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Journal of Tissue Science & Engineering

ISSN: 2157-7552

Journal of Tissue Science & Engineering

Apoptosis

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  • 9th International Conference on Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
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Apotosis is a programmed cell death. Organs are organized by multi cells, The number of cells in the organ community is tightly regulated by the equilibrium between cell production and cell death. Whenever the cells are no longer needed or they prone to any damage, they themselves commit suicide by activating their death intracellularly. During the process they form phagocytic cells that can engulf the dead contents of the cell before they spread to the surrounding cells and prevent their damage.

Related Journals of Apoptosis

Cellular & Molecular Pathology, Cell Science & Therapy, Cell & Developmental Biology, Apoptosis: an international journal on programmed cell death, Cell Death and Differentiation, Cell death & disease, Journal of Cell Death, Apotosis Journals.

Apoptosis

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  • Jalil Mehrzd
    Bioluminescence-based detection of brain immune cells apoptosis and ATP depletion induced by aflatoxin B1
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  • Antonio Cilla
    Antiproliferative effect of main dietary phytosterols and/or β-cryptoxanthin in human colon cancer Caco-2 cells through cytosolic Ca2+ - and oxidative stress-induced apoptosis
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  • Paul J. Davis
    Nanotetrac targets the thyroid hormone receptor on integrin αvβ3 on tumor cells to promote apoptosis, disorder cell defense pathways and block angiogenesis
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