The Interplay of apoptosis regulating Bcl-2 proteins at mitochondrial membranes

The powerhouse of our cells are mitochondria who are also crucially involved in programmed cell death (apoptosis). The main regulator is the Bcl-2 protein family who controls the permeability of the mitochondrias' outer membranes. While apoptotic (killing) Bax perforates those membranes and killing cells, the anti-apoptotic (protecting) Bcl-2 membrane protein inhibits Bax activity. Many treatment-resistant tumours are enriched in this protecting Bcl-2 protein. However, the molecular basis of apoptotic regulation by those opposing Bcl-2 members...
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