LE WE PMID CA
Chymase3924Chymase

Carboxypeptidase A

CathepsinC

Chymase

Fibrosis

Mast cells

NK3201

RAAS (Angiotensin converting enzyme1)

RAAS (Renin angiotensin system)

Tryptase

2003  
1
Application of a chymase inhibitor, NK3201, for prevention of vascular proliferation.
[12931253] Cardiovasc Drug Rev 21(3): 185-98 (2003)
2002  
2
Effect of chymase inhibitor on vascular proliferation.
[12499576] Jpn J Pharmacol 90(3): 223-7 (2002)
2004  
3
Vascular chymase: pathophysiological role and therapeutic potential of inhibition.
[14985062] Cardiovasc Res 61(4): 653-62 (2004)
2010  
4
Mast cell proteases: multifaceted regulators of inflammatory disease.
[20233968] Blood 115(24): 4981-90 (2010)
2006  
5
Tissue angiotensin II generating system by angiotensin-converting enzyme and chymase.
[16799256] J Pharmacol Sci 100(5): 391-7 (2006)
2010  
6
New approaches to blockade of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system: chymase as an important target to prevent organ damage.
[20675958] J Pharmacol Sci 113(4): 301-9 (2010)
2010  
7
2010  
8
Mast cell peptidases: chameleons of innate immunity and host defense.
[19933375] Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol 42(3): 257-67 (2010)
PMC   
9
Mast cell chymase and tryptase as targets for cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.
[23016684] Curr Pharm Des 19(6):1114-25 (2013)

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