CASPASE


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Related to CASPASE: Caspase 3, Caspase 9
AcronymDefinition
CASPASECysteine Aspartic Acid Specific Protease
CASPASECleaving At Cysteine-Aspartic Residues
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Treatment with Nec-1 alone decreased the expression of RIPK3 mRNA, but did not have any effect on MLKL and caspase 3 mRNA expression levels.
Moreover, compared with conventional surrogate markers such as ALT and AST, detection of caspase activity in serum can serve as better tool for detecting early liver injury.
Barker, "Death of dopaminergic neurons in vitro and in nigral grafts: reevaluating the role of caspase activation," Experimental Neurology, vol.
Caspase activation and neuroprotection in caspase-3-deficient mice after in vivo cerebral ischemia and in vitro oxygen glucose deprivation.
In order to determine whether the PFOS and ZnO-NPs induced apoptosis through the caspase pathway, the Caspase-3 and Caspase-9 activities were examined.
From the ELISA result, we found that the ESFAM extract with a concentration of 10 [micro]g/ml gives higher result of caspase, which gives a concentration value of 1422 ng/ml than that of leucovorin and placebo where the values of caspase-3 were 1373 ng/ml and 1297 ng/ml, respectively (Figure 2).
Caspase Inhibition Did Not Induce Necroptosis in MVEC under Acidic Conditions.
It is probable that the inhibition of bacterial growth is mediated by other caspase components.
MCF-7 cancer cell lines are characterized by resistance chemotherapeutic agents, [17,18] responsive estrogen receptors (ER+), overexpression of Bcl-2, [19,20] and with no expression of Caspase 3.
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