Molecular Playground/Caspase-6 (new)

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Caspase-6 is a CBI Molecules being studied in the University of Massachusetts Amherst Chemistry-Biology Interface Program at UMass Amherst and on display at the Molecular Playground.


Liganded Caspase-6, with active site inhibitor cacodylate, aspartic aldehyde 3od5

Caspase-6 has been found to have a critical role in neurodegeneration diseases like Alzheimer's and Huntington. The experimental evidence is based on transgenic mice as well as in vitro studies.

3D structures of capsase


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For additional information, see: Cancer

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