Homo sapiens

MDPSGVKVLETAEDIQERRQQVLDRYHRFKELSTLRRQKLEDSYRFQFFQRDAEELEKWI
QEKLQIASDENYKDPTNLQGKLQKHQAFEAEVQANSGAIVKLDETGNLMISEGHFASETI
RTRLMELHRQWELLLEKMREKGIKLLQAQKLVQYLRECEDVMDWINDKEAIVTSEELGQD
LEHVEVLQKKFEEFQTDMAAHEERVNEVNQFAAKLIQEQHPEEELIKTKQDEVNAAWQRL
KGLALQRQGKLFGAAEVQRFNRDVDETISWIKEKEQLMASDDFGRDLASVQALLRKHEGL
ERDLAALEDKVKALCAEADRLQQSHPLSATQIQVKREELITNWEQIRTLAAERHARLNDS
YRLQRFLADFRDLTSWVTEMKALINADELASDVAGAEALLDRHQEHKGEIDAHEDSFKSA
DESGQALLAAGHYASDEVREKLTVLSEERAALLELWELRRQQYEQCMDLQLFYRDTEQVD
NWMSKQEAFLLNEDLGDSLDSVEALLKKHEDFEKSLSAQEEKITALDEFATKLIQNNHYA
MEDVATRRDALLSRRNALHERAMRRRAQLADSFHLQQFFRDSDELKSWVNEKMKTATDEA
YKDPSNLQGKVQKHQAFEAELSANQSRIDALEKAGQKLIDVNHYAKDEVAARMNEVISLW
KKLLEATELKGIKLREANQQQQFNRNVEDIELWLYEVEGHLASDDYGKDLTNVQNLQKKH
ALLEADVAAHQDRIDGITIQARQFQDAGHFDAENIKKKQEALVARYEALKEPMVARKQKL
ADSLRLQQLFRDVEDEETWIREKEPIAASTNRGKDLIGVQNLLKKHQALQAEIAGHEPRI
KAVTQKGNAMVEEGHFAAEDVKAKLHELNQKWEALKAKASQRRQDLEDSLQAQQYFADAN
EAESWMREKEPIVGSTDYGKDEDSAEALLKKHEALMSDLSAYGSSIQALREQAQSCRQQV
APTDDETGKELVLALYDYQEKSPREVTMKKGDILTLLNSTNKDWWKVEVNDRQGFVPAAY
VKKLDPAQSASRENLLEEQGSIALRQEQIDNQTRITKEAGSVSLRMKQVEELYHSLLELG
EKRKGMLEKSCKKFMLFREANELQQWINEKEAALTSEEVGADLEQVEVLQKKFDDFQKDL
KANESRLKDINKVAEDLESEGLMAEEVQAVQQQEVYGMMPRDETDSKTASPWKSARLMVH
TVATFNSIKELNERWRSLQQLAEERSQLLGSAHEVQRFHRDADETKEWIEEKNQALNTDN
YGHDLASVQALQRKHEGFERDLAALGDKVNSLGETAERLIQSHPESAEDLQEKCTELNQA
WSSLGKRADQRKAKLGDSHDLQRFLSDFRDLMSWINGIRGLVSSDELAKDVTGAEALLER
HQEHRTEIDARAGTFQAFEQFGQQLLAHGHYASPEIKQKLDILDQERADLEKAWVQRRMM
LDQCLELQLFHRDCEQAENWMAAREAFLNTEDKGDSLDSVEALIKKHEDFDKAINVQEEK
IAALQAFADQLIAAGHYAKGDISSRRNEVLDRWRRLKAQMIEKRSKLGESQTLQQFSRDV
DEIEAWISEKLQTASDESYKDPTNIQSKHQKHQAFEAELHANADRIRGVIDMGNSLIERG
ACAGSEDAVKARLAALADQWQFLVQKSAEKSQKLKEANKQQNFNTGIKDFDFWLSEVEAL
LASEDYGKDLASVNNLLKKHQLLEADISAHEDRLKDLNSQADSLMTSSAFDTSQVKDKRD
TINGRFQKIKSMAASRRAKLNESHRLHQFFRDMDDEESWIKEKKLLVGSEDYGRDLTGVQ
NLRKKHKRLEAELAAHEPAIQGVLDTGKKLSDDNTIGKEEIQQRLAQFVEHWKELKQLAA
ARGQRLEESLEYQQFVANVEEEEAWINEKMTLVASEDYGDTLAAIQGLLKKHEAFETDFT
VHKDRVNDVCTNGQDLIKKNNHHEENISSKMKGLNGKVSDLEKAAAQRKAKLDENSAFLQ
FNWKADVVESWIGEKENSLKTDDYGRDLSSVQTLLTKQETFDAGLQAFQQEGIANITALK
DQLLAAKHVQSKAIEARHASLMKRWSQLLANSAARKKKLLEAQSHFRKVEDLFLTFAKKA
SAFNSWFENAEEDLTDPVRCNSLEEIKALREAHDAFRSSLSSAQADFNQLAELDRQIKSF
RVASNPYTWFTMEALEETWRNLQKIIKERELELQKEQRRQEENDKLRQEFAQHANAFHQW
IQETRTYLLDGSCMVEESGTLESQLEATKRKHQEIRAMRSQLKKIEDLGAAMEEALILDN
KYTEHSTVGLAQQWDQLDQLGMRMQHNLEQQIQARNTTGVTEEALKEFSMMFKHFDKDKS
GRLNHQEFKSCLRSLGYDLPMVEEGEPDPEFEAILDTVDPNRDGHVSLQEYMAFMISRET
ENVKSSEEIESAFRALSSEGKPYVTKEELYQNLTREQADYCVSHMKPYVDGKGRELPTAF
DYVEFTRSLFVN

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InterPro Domain:
CutDB Proteolytic Event:
Protease:
MEROPS family:
Seq range: -
Cleavage position:
Cleavage residues:

is proteolytically cut by caspase-3 (C14.003) cleavage..

is proteolytically cut by caspase-3 (C14.003) cleavage..

is proteolytically cut by caspase-3 (C14.003) cleavage. DETD-SKTA.

is proteolytically cut by caspase-1 (C14.001) cleavage. DETD-SKTA.

is proteolytically cut by caspase-7 (C14.004) cleavage. DETD-SKTA.

is proteolytically cut by caspase-6 (C14.005) cleavage. DETD-SKTA.