Cell Death and Deubiquitinases: Perspectives in Cancer

@inproceedings{Bhattacharya2014CellDA,
  title={Cell Death and Deubiquitinases: Perspectives in Cancer},
  author={Seemana Bhattacharya and Mrinal Kanti Ghosh},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2014}
}
The process of cell death has important physiological implications. At the organism level it is mostly involved in maintenance of tissue homeostasis. At the cellular level, the strategies of cell death may be categorized as either suicide or sabotage. The mere fact that many of these processes are programmed and that these are often deregulated in pathological conditions is seed to thought. The various players that are involved in these pathways are highly regulated. One of the modes of… CONTINUE READING
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