Active Human Caspases Group I, Active Human recombinant protein
Active Human Caspases Group I, Active Human
|Calculated MW||49736 Da|
|Gene ID||CASP1- 834 CASP4- 837 CASP5 -838|
|Gene Symbol||CASP1 CASP4 CASP5|
|Application Notes||Reconstitute to 1 unit/ µl in PBS containing 15% glycerol.|
|Storage||-70°C; Lyophilized powder|
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The caspase family consists of more than 10 members. Based on their extended substrate specificities, these enzymes were divided into three major groups: Group I (contains caspase-1,-4,-5), Group II (contains caspase-2,-3,-7), and Group III (contains caspase-6,-8,-9,-10). Evidences have suggested that Group I caspases are involved primarily in the production of inflammatory cytokines, while group II and III enzymes function in apoptosis as effectors and upstream activators, respectively. The group I caspases were expressed in E. coli and routinely tested for their ability to enzymatically cleave the substrate YVAD-pNA (for caspase-1) and WEHD-pNA (for caspase-4 & -5).
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