Heterogeneity of cell death.

  title={Heterogeneity of cell death.},
  author={Joshua B. Stevens and Batoul Y. Abdallah and Gou Liu and Steven D. Horne and Steven W. Bremer and Karen J. Ye and Julie H Y Huang and Markku Kurkinen and Christine J. Ye and Henry H Heng},
  journal={Cytogenetic and genome research},
  volume={139 3},
Cell death constitutes a number of heterogeneous processes. Despite the dynamic nature of cell death, studies of cell death have primarily focused on apoptosis, and cell death has often been viewed as static events occurring in linear pathways. In this article we review cell death heterogeneity with specific focus on 4 aspects of cell death: the type of cell death; how it is induced; its mechanism(s); the results of cell death, and the implications of cell death heterogeneity for both basic and… CONTINUE READING
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