Cell death genes in invertebrates and (maybe) vertebrates.

@article{Freeman1993CellDG,
  title={Cell death genes in invertebrates and (maybe) vertebrates.},
  author={Robert S Freeman and Steven Estus and Kazuhiko Horigome and Eugene Malcolm Johnson},
  journal={Current opinion in neurobiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={3 1},
  pages={25-31}
}
That naturally occurring cell death in the nervous and other systems is an active and physiologically appropriate process has received much attention recently and has gained a significant degree of acceptance. The identification of cell death genes in invertebrates, the characterization of gene products that function as cell death suppressors, and the demonstration that some proto-oncogenes elicit cell death, as well as proliferation, in certain cell types have heightened interest in the… CONTINUE READING