BioCentury

7:00 AM GMT, Sep 13, 2004
This article and the information contained in BioCentury's publications and services are solely for your own personal, non-transferable licensed use and cannot be shared with any other individuals. For information about adding subscribers to your account or obtaining article reprints, please contact support@biocentury.com.
Tools & Techniques

Engineering apoptosis

Cell death plays a role in many human diseases, and protein-protein interactions are the vessel through which most cellular signaling is transduced. Two groups of academic researchers now have addressed both issues, developing compounds that promote cell death by regulating protein-protein interactions.

The Bcl-2 family of proteins is composed of both pro- and anti-apoptotic proteins and as such has long been of therapeutic interest. All Bcl-2 family

Read the full 660 word article

This article and the information contained in BioCentury's publications and services are solely for your own personal, non-transferable licensed use and cannot be shared with any other individuals. For information about adding subscribers to your account or obtaining article reprints, please contact support@biocentury.com.