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Fig. 5. Caspase-8 shows delayed activation during anoikis. IECs were processed as described above. Caspase-8 (p48 and p45 isoforms) is preformed in IECs and remains initially inactivated during anoikis. Thirty min after loss of anchorage, the prodomain of caspase-8 is processed (yielding the p43 and p41 fragments), and the p16 subunit of activated caspase-8 is detectable after 45–60 min.





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