Caspases | Apoptosis | Cell Death | Inflammation

Caspases are a family of cysteine proteases involved in development, cytokine maturation and programmed cell death.

The caspases are made up of two subgroups according to their functions in cell death. Initiator caspases (caspases 2, 8, 9, and 10) are activated through the apoptosis-signaling pathways and activate the caspases 3, 6 and 7 named effector caspases, which carry out programmed cell death.

Check out below a selection of proteins from the caspase family:

Active caspase proteins

FamilyProduct nameSpeciesApplicationsProduct code
Caspase 1 Caspase 1 protein Hu FuncS ab39901
  Caspase 1 protein Ms FuncS ab52079
Caspase 2 Caspase 2 protein Hu FuncS,SDS-PAGE ab52098
Caspase 3 Caspase 3 protein Hu FuncS ab52101
  Caspase 3 protein Ms FuncS ab52071
Caspase 4 Caspase 4 protein Hu FuncS ab51994
Caspase 5 Caspase 5 protein Hu FuncS,SDS-PAGE ab52109
Caspase 6 Caspase 6 protein Hu FuncS,SDS-PAGE ab52157
Caspase 8 Caspase 8 protein Hu FuncS,SDS-PAGE ab54117
  Caspase 8 protein Ms FuncS ab61298
Caspase 9 Caspase 9 protein Hu FuncS,SDS-PAGE ab52203
Caspase 10 Caspase 10 protein Hu  FuncS,SDS-PAGE ab52080

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