Introduction. Cell death is a necessary event in the life of a multicellular organism. Cells predominantly die via apoptosis or necrosis. Since apoptosis is a form of tightly regulated genetically controlled self-orchestrated cell death, it is often referred to as programmed cell death (PCD).
由 L Galluzzi 著作Cell death. Irreversible degeneration of vital cellular functions (notably ATP production and preservation of ... 2018 被引用 2038 次 —
2021年7月14日 — Cell death · Apoptosis: is a form of cell death that ...
Cancer： Cancer cells often resist cell death, even after anti-cancer treatment
Autoimmunity; e.g. Lupus, type 1 diabetes： Immune cells that attack the body’s own ti...
由 Y Chen 著作Essentially, cell death is considered to be the terminal pathway of cardiomyocytes during DCM. Morphologically, cell death can be classified ... 2020 被引用 22 次 —
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由 B Alberts 著作In multicellular organisms, cells that are no longer needed or are a threat to the organism are destroyed by a tightly regulated cell suicide process known as ... 2002 被引用 51 次 —
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Cell death: a review of the major forms of apoptosis, necrosis and autophagy
由 MS D'Arcy 著作Cell death was once believed to be the result of one of two distinct processes, apoptosis (also known as programmed cell death) or necrosis (uncontrolled ... 2019 被引用 458 次 —
由 X Liu 著作Some people estimate that in a human body 60 billion cells die every day , although some others estimate that one million cells die every ... 2018 被引用 40 次 —
2017年8月11日 — Apoptosis is often kick-started by an accumulation of stress signals, such as damaged DNA or low oxygen. ...
programmed cell death ... A type of cell death in which a series of molecular steps in a cell lead to its death. This is one method the body uses to get rid of ...