Literature associating CPA6 and juvenile myoclonic epilepsy
Carboxypeptidase A6; May be involved in the proteolytic inactivation of enkephalins and neurotensin in some brain areas. May convert inactive angiotensin I into the biologically active angiotensin II. Releases a C-terminal amino acid, with preference for large hydrophobic C-terminal amino acids and shows only very weak activity toward small amino acids and histidine; M14 carboxypeptidases
Synonyms: CPA6, CPA6p, hCPA6, F8WAH2, Q8N4T0 ...