PANoptosis Pathway

PANoptosis is a unique inflammatory programmed cell death pathway involving a cytoplasmic multiprotein complex called the PANoptosome to restrict the pathogen number (bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc) and developing the host defense. It triggers pyroptosis, apoptosis, and necroptosis by activating RIPK, CASP-8, NLRP3 inflammasome, etc. This pathway helps in understanding the host-pathogen evolution to aid the discovery of new treatment strategies for infectious diseases. BioVision offers a variety of useful tools for your research in this area.
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