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Apoptosome cell death protein

Apoptosome cell death protein

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Caption

Apoptosome cell death protein, molecular model. Apoptosomes are large protein structures formed during programmed cell death (PCD, also called apoptosis). They play a critical role in triggering the cascade of biochemical reactions that cause the death of a cell. This is an octomeric (eight-part) assembly of the apoptosome CED-4, from the nematode roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans. The eight components (shown here in different colours) form this funnel shape.

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