The aim of Apoptosis and Cancer is to describe the performance of contemporary techniques for studying the biology of apoptosis and its role in cancer. The protocols described will aid both the academic laboratory interested in further characterizing the mechanisms of apoptosis, as well as the industry laboratory, aimed at identifying new target molecules or screening for new compounds with potential clinical use.The pro-form of caspase-3 (p32 caspase-3) is sequestered as a zymogen, where upon proteolysis at a conserved ... organism as observed in Caenorhabditis elegans that results in the systematic disassembly and recycling of a cell (1, 2).
|Title||:||Apoptosis and Cancer|
|Author||:||Gil Mor, Ayesha Alvero|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-10-11|