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Programmed cell death

Roya Khosravi-Far

Programmed cell death

The biology and therapeutic implications of cell death

by Roya Khosravi-Far

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Published by Academic Press/Elsevier in San Diego, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Life Sciences,
  • Cancer cells,
  • SCIENCE,
  • Cell Death,
  • Apoptosis,
  • Anatomy & Physiology,
  • Variation

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBiology and therapeutic implications of cell death
    Statementedited by Roya Khosravi-Far ... [et al.].
    SeriesMethods in enzymology -- v. 446
    ContributionsScienceDirect (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH671 .M49 v.446eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25540034M
    ISBN 100080888135, 0123744644
    ISBN 109780080888132, 9780123744647
    OCLC/WorldCa302357160

    Apoptosis is a form of programmed cell death, or “cellular suicide.” It is different from necrosis, in which cells die due to injury. Apoptosis is not the only form of programmed cell death, but it . programmed cell death normal physiological form of cell death that plays a key role in the maintenance of adult tissues and in embryonic development (as well as .

    Programmed Cell Death - CRC Press Book Programmed Cell Death 1st Edition. Martin Lavin, Diane Watters. Hardback $ CRC Press Published December 8, Reference - Pages ISBN - CAT# TF For Instructors . Moreover, programmed cell death also might play a role in plant biology [Solomon, ], and apoptosis-like cell death mechanisms even have been observed and used as a model system in yeast [Frohlich, ; Skulachev, ]. Fascinating insights into the origin and evolution of programmed cell death .

      More than 50 years ago, cells were observed to die during insect development via a process that was named 'programmed cell death'. Later, a similar cell death process was found to occur in humans Cited by: CTLA-4 acts as a checkpoint as T-cells are maturing, while they are still in lymph nodes, and PD-1 (programmed cell death protein 1) acts later, to control overactive T-cells throughout the body. Both are found on the surface of T-cells, and they perform their regulatory function when activated by other immune system cells.


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Programmed Cell Death (Apoptosis) The cells of a multicellular organism are members of a highly organized community. The Programmed cell death book of cells in this community is tightly regulated—not simply by controlling the rate of cell division, but also by controlling the rate of cell by: Research on programmed cell death has expanded so extensively that no one meet­ ing can cover all the important subjects related to apoptosis.

The Shanghai meeting fo­ cused on several key areas ranging from well-established ones, such as cell death in the immune system, to emerging ones, such as the role ofECM in regUlating cell : Hardcover.

This book brings together the latest international research on the complex subject of programmed cell Programmed cell death book and covers such areas as the biochemical mechanisms, introduction of DNA fragmentation, genetic regulation, and the importance of apoptosis in the immune system, particularly during T-cell development, and in cancer.

Programmed cell death is an integral component of C. elegans development. Genetic studies in C. elegans have led to the identification of more than two dozen genes that are important for the specification of which cells should live or die, the activation of the suicide program, and the dismantling and removal of dying by: This book incorporates developments in our understanding of cell death mechanisms and highlights recent advances in programmed cell death regulation processes.

It provides the reader with the network of pathways targeted by herbal anticancer drugs and discusses the role of endoplasmic reticulum stress in cell death mechanisms in addition to highlighting the mechanisms of autophagy and its role in Author: Hala Gali-Muhtasib, Omar Nasser Rahal.

Purchase Programmed Cell Death, Volume II, Volume 6 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThis detailed volume explores numerous protocols that can be specifically used for studying plant programmed cell death (PCD), a mechanism involved in a number of physiological and pathological processes that are triggered by developmental requirements as well.

therefore, it is not only known which cells undergo programmed cell death but also when and where they die (Sulston and Horvitz, ; Sulston et al., ). These unique features made it possible to genetically dissect the process of programmed cell death in C.

elegans at single cell resolution. The resulting ground-breaking work was. The second process of cell death, autophagy, is a genetically programmed and evolutionarily conserved process that produces the degradation of obsolete organelles and proteins.

It is activated by such extracellular stimuli as nutrient starvation, hypoxia, high temperature, and Cited by: 3. Abstract. Programmed cell death is an integral component of C.

elegans development. Genetic studies in C. elegans have led to the identification of more than two dozen genes that are important for the specification of which cells should live or die, the activation of the suicide program, and the dismantling and removal of dying cells.

Programmed Cell Death: Methods and Protocols is comprised of 20 chapters: Chapters describe apoptosis detection techniques; Chapter describe methods for studying apoptosis associated with various pathologies in different organs including the lymphoid compartment, intestinal epithelium, granulocytes, and cardiomyocytes; Chapter Brand: Humana Press.

Purchase Programmed Cell Death, Volume I, Volume 5 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Programmed Cell Death: Methods and Protocols is comprised of 20 chapters: Chapters describe apoptosis detection techniques; Chapter describe methods for studying apoptosis associated with various pathologies in different organs including the lymphoid compartment, intestinal epithelium, granulocytes, and cardiomyocytes; Chapter Programmed cell death (apoptosis) is a genetically controlled mechanism that is essential for the maintenance of cellular homeostasis within tissues involving the.

Apoptosis is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the rapid publication of innovative basic and clinically-oriented investigations into programmed cell death. It aims to stimulate research on the basis of mechanisms of apoptosis and on its role in various human disease processes including: cancer, autoimmune disease, viral.

Programmed cell death (PCD) is a genetically encoded, active process which results in the death of individual cells, tissues, or whole organs. PCD plays an essential role in plant development and defense, and occurs throughout a plant’s lifecycle from the death of the embryonic suspensor.

In addition, programmed cell death rids the developing animal of superfluous or unwanted cells. For example, large numbers of self-reactive lymphocytes or lymphocytes that fail to produce useful antigen-specific receptors are deleted by programmed cell death.

Apoptosis: Programmed Cell Death. In book: Plant and Microbes: An Innovative Approach, Edition: I, Chapter: 12, Publisher: BBW Publishers, Delhi (India), Editors: Pankaj Goyal, Abhishek. Programmed cell death (PCD) plays a fundamental role in animal development and tissue homeostasis.

Abnormal regulation of this process is associated with a wide variety of human diseases, including immunological and developmental disorders, neurodegeneration, and cancer. Here, we provide a brief historical overview of the field and reflect on the regulation, roles, and modes of PCD during Cited by:   The process of programmed cell death, or apoptosis, is generally characterized by distinct morphological characteristics and energy-dependent biochemical mechanisms.

Apoptosis is considered a vital component of various processes including normal cell turnover, proper development and functioning of the immune system, hormone-dependent atrophy Cited by:.

CERAMIDE is an important regulatory participant of programmed cell death (apoptosis) induced by tumour-necrosis factor (TNF)-α and Fas ligand, members of Cited by: Book: All Authors / Contributors: T G Cotter.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Andrew C. Phillips --The final step in programmed cell death: phagocytes carry apoptotic cells to the grave / Aimee M. deCathelineau, Peter M. Henson --Apoptosis in disease.Research on programmed cell death has expanded so extensively that no one meet­ ing can cover all the important subjects related to apoptosis.

The Shanghai meeting fo­ cused on several key areas ranging from well-established ones, such as cell death in the immune system, to emerging ones, such as the role ofECM in regUlating cell : Springer US.