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controlled cell death in a sentence

1. After metamorphosis, these organs become redundant and will be reabsorbed by controlled cell death, called apoptosis.

2. After metamorphosis, these organs become redundant and will be resorbed by controlled cell death, called apoptosis.

3. The cells can stop actively growing and dividing (a decrease in cell viability), or the cells can activate a genetic program of controlled cell death (apoptosis).

4. In a 1994 article entitled "Tolerance, Danger and the Extended Family", Matzinger went several steps further by laying out the idea that antigen-presenting cells respond to "danger signals" — most notably from cells undergoing injury, stress or "bad cell death" (as opposed to apoptosis, controlled cell death).

5. This pathway is unique and independent of the mitochondrial and death receptor pathways that lead to controlled cell death.

6. When MEK is inhibited, cell proliferation is blocked and apoptosis (controlled cell death) is induced.

7. This results in the ceasing of cell apoptosis (inhibition of controlled cell death – a safety mechanism within cells to stop more damage from occurring), resulting in rapid growth and multiplication of cancer cells.

8. This includes controlled cell death and responses to wounds.

9. "Danger signals" are also introduced into extracellular space when stressed cells die by immunologic not-silent cell death such as necrosis or pyroptosis (as opposed to apoptosis, controlled cell death).

10. Apoptosis, a form of controlled cell death, has been suggested to be regulated by O-GlcNAc.

11. Apoptosis is a controlled cell death process that must not occur if a cell is to proliferate.