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Apoptosis: death and transfiguration

Phuong B. Tran, Richard J. Miller
From: Science & Medicine: Volume 6 Number 3: Page 18 (June 1999)

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Abstract: Any survey of the current biological and medical literature, however cursory, will quickly reveal that apoptosis, or programmed cell death, is one of the most active fields of investigation. From an idea based on morphological observation less than 30 years ago, apoptosis has come to influence thinking and reasearch in many disciplines. The search for factors that promote or block apoptosis has produced a number of surprises, while the fundamental cellular processes involved are now reasonably well understood.

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