How to use Apoptosis in a sentence

apoptosis
  • When a cell undergoes apoptosis, they have distinct morphological characteristics.

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  • More generally, over 100 molecules are in development as apoptosis agonists, although approaching 70% of these remain in preclinical development.

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  • There appear to be two different pathways of ECM remodeling and apoptosis induction in POAG.

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  • Other inhibitors that have been identified include a number of inhibitors of apoptosis or " IAPs " .

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  • We are seeking to unravel the relationship between DNA damage, apoptosis and the genomic instability of cancer.

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  • T cell receptor gene rearrangement problems contribute to thymic involution by making the cells less resistant to apoptosis.

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  • Apoptosis is an important biological factor in low-grade lymphomas, and NO is able to prevent apoptosis.

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  • Hughes et al ' Bisphosphonates promote apoptosis in murine osteoclasts in vitro and vivo ' .

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  • MyoganeTM also increases neurite outgrowth, reverses oxidative damage and reverses neuronal apoptosis in vitro.

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  • Overproduction also impaired a process called apoptosis, whereby damaged or unwanted cells self-destruct 14.

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  • The C. elegans homolog of the p53 tumor suppressor is required for DNA damage induced apoptosis.

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  • His major focus has been on signal transduction inhibitors, and on the regulators of cell cycle checkpoints and modulators of apoptosis.

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  • In the early 2000s ongoing research is focused on new treatment and prevention methods, including molecular-targeted therapies, virus therapy, immunotherapy, and drug therapy that stimulates the self-destruction of cancer cells (apoptosis).

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  • The study of chromatin condensation is a major focus of our apoptosis studies.

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  • The maintenance of tissue homeostasis is also aided by apoptosis, which acts to remove damaged, aged, autoimmune or malignant cells.

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