Cell death.

@article{Hotchkiss2009CellD,
  title={Cell death.},
  author={Richard S Hotchkiss and Andreas Strasser and J Mcdunn and Paul E. Swanson},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={361 16},
  pages={
          1570-83
        }
}
One of the abiding mysteries of all multi-cellular organisms is the requirement for controlled death —apoptosis — of unwanted cells. It has been estimated that without apoptosis an 80 year old person would have two tons of bone marrow and lymph nodes and an intestine 16 kilometers long.1 Progress in defining pathways of apoptosis has revealed complex interconnections between various cell death programs that may affect the treatment of a wide range of diseases.2–10 This article reviews advances… CONTINUE READING
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