Defining the morphologic features and products of cell disassembly during apoptosis

@article{Tixeira2017DefiningTM,
  title={Defining the morphologic features and products of cell disassembly during apoptosis},
  author={Rochelle Tixeira and Sarah Caruso and Stephanie Paone and A. A. Baxter and Georgia K. Atkin-Smith and M. Hulett and I. K. Poon},
  journal={Apoptosis},
  year={2017},
  volume={22},
  pages={475-477}
}
Although the establishment of specific terminologies to describe apoptotic morphologies/products is beneficial to the field, inappropriate use can also lead to confusion and misinterpretation of function. The reason for misuse can be due to (i) unclear definition of terms, (ii) a single term being used for multiple apoptotic morphologies/products, and (iii) multiple terms being used to describe a single morphologic feature/product. For example, Rubartelli et al. [3] demonstrated the importance… Expand
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