Cell death mechanisms and the immune system.

Abstract

The immune system provides good models for cell death, a phenomenon now recognized to be of fundamental importance in many fields of biology. Cell death is strikingly polymorphic: it can proceed via necrosis (as in complement-mediated cell death) or apoptosis, but the latter displays different patterns (in the receptor-mediated death of some thymocytes, in… (More)

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