Visceral regeneration in a sea cucumber involves extensive expression of survivin and mortalin homologs in the mesothelium

@inproceedings{Mashanov2010VisceralRI,
  title={Visceral regeneration in a sea cucumber involves extensive expression of survivin and mortalin homologs in the mesothelium},
  author={Vladimir S Mashanov and Olga R. Zueva and Carmencita Rojas-Catagena and Jos{\'e} E. Garc{\'i}a-Arrar{\'a}s},
  booktitle={BMC Developmental Biology},
  year={2010}
}
The proper balance of cell division and cell death is of crucial importance for all kinds of developmental processes and for maintaining tissue homeostasis in mature tissues. Dysregulation of this balance often results in severe pathologies, such as cancer. There is a growing interest in understanding the factors that govern the interplay between cell death and proliferation under various conditions. Survivin and mortalin are genes that are known to be implicated in both mitosis and apoptosis… CONTINUE READING
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