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Caspases are a type of cysteine protease closely linked to the process of apoptosis (cell self-destruction). Existing in inactive forms within the cell, caspases are cleaved to become active enzymes upon the start of apoptosis. The processing and activation of a caspase can be regulated by molecules such as FADD, APAF-1, Bcl-2 family members, FLIP and IAPs. Active caspases can be controlled by a variety of inhibitors that directly interact with the protease.
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