Apoptosis, a programmed cell death to eliminate damaged or abnormal cells, is a highly organized physiological process characterized by condensation of nuclear heterochromatin, cell shrinkage and loss of positional organization of organelles in the cytoplasm. Apoptosis inducers are a collection of compounds that are capable of inducing apoptosis in cells. Apoptosis has been extensively studied in numerous researches, where induction of apoptosis has been associated with a variety of events, including activation of p53 gene, transcription factor NF-κB or caspases. Apoptosis inducers have the potential to be incorporated into the management and therapy or prevention of cancer for their ability to induce apoptosis in cancer cells.
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- 7BIOCatalog No. :C5685caspase independent nonapoptotic cell death inducer
- F16Catalog No. :C5565potential antitumor agent
- ML-291Catalog No. :C5358apoptosis inducer
- PsoralidinCatalog No. :C4962apoptosis inducer
- (±)-Jasmonic Acid methyl esterCatalog No. :C4403suppresses proliferation and induces apoptosis
- 15-acetoxy ScirpenolCatalog No. :C4698mycotoxin that induce apoptotic cell death
- Destruxin BCatalog No. :C4423insecticidal and phytotoxic activity;induces apoptosis
- CitrininCatalog No. :C3528mycotoxin that induces apoptosis and blocks tubulin polymerization as well as mitotic spindle assembly
- MPI-0441138Catalog No. :C3296inducer of apoptosis and growth inhibition
- EpibrassinolideCatalog No. :B4782Potential apoptosis inducer;steroidal plant growth stimulantEpibrassinolide (EBR; B1105; 24-Epibrassinolide) is a biologically active compound of the brassinosteroids, steroid-derived plant growth regulator family; was shown as a potential apoptotic inducer in various cancer cells without affecting the non-tumor cell growth.