Tag: Bax

GL0388 Activates Bax and Induce Bax-Mediated Apoptosis

Bax is a member of the bcl-2 gene family. Specifically, BCL2 family members are relevant to a variety of anti-apoptotic or pro-apoptotic regulators. The expression of this gene is regulated by the tumor suppressor gene p53. Besides, Bax interacts with mitochondrial voltage-dependent anion channel VDAC and induces its opening....

BTSA1 is a High Affinity and Orally Active BAX Activator

The BCL-2 family protein BAX is a central mediator of apoptosis. Besides, overexpression of anti-apoptotic BCL-2 proteins contributes to tumor development and resistance to therapy by suppressing BAX and its activators. Cancer cells depend on their ability to enforce cell survival pathways and block cell death mechanisms. Moreover, pro-apoptotic...

MSN-125 is a Potent Bax and Bak Oligomerization Inhibitor

Aberrant apoptosis can lead to acute or chronic degenerative diseases. Apoptosis largely divides into two pathways ultimately leading to caspase activation and subsequent cellular disintegration. Extracellular signals activating death receptors triggers the extrinsic pathway, and intracellular stress activates the intrinsic pathway. It largely regulated at the mitochondrial outer membrane...