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Methods for detecting autophagy and determining autophagy-induced cell deathYONGQIANG CHEN; AZAD, Meghan B; GIBSON, Spencer B et al.Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology. 2010, Vol 88, Num 3, pp 285-295, issn 0008-4212, 11 p.Conference Paper

Identification of programmed cell death in situ via specific labeling of nuclear DNA fragmentationGAVRIELI, Y; SHERMAN, Y; BEN-SASSON, S. A et al.The Journal of cell biology. 1992, Vol 119, Num 3, pp 493-501, issn 0021-9525Article

The final steps to toxic cell deathSHIER, W. T.Journal of toxicology. Toxin reviews. 1985, Vol 4, Num 2, pp 191-249, issn 0731-3837Article

The death of an amoebaLEITH, A. G.The Journal of protozoology. 1984, Vol 31, Num 1, pp 177-180, issn 0022-3921Article

Recent advances in the imaging of programmed cell death : PET and SPECT in drug evaluation and drug design: Novel techniquesBLANKENBERG, Francis G.Current pharmaceutical design. 2004, Vol 10, Num 13, pp 1457-1467, issn 1381-6128, 11 p.Article

Different modes of cell death and related phenomena: a proposal for a meaningful terminology in relation to tests of lethalityWOLMAN, M.Journal of theoretical biology. 1985, Vol 114, Num 2, pp 343-350, issn 0022-5193Article

La mort cellulaire programmée : histoire et avenir d'un concept : Mort cellulaire programmée: Origine(s), mécanismes moléculaires et implications physiopathologiques = Programmed cell death : history and future of a concept : Programmed cell death: Origin(s), molecular mechanisms and physiopathological implicationsLOCKSHIN, Richard A.Journal de la Société de biologie. 2005, Vol 199, Num 3, pp 169-173, issn 1295-0661, 5 p.Article

Autophagy is involved in starvation response and cell death in BlastocystisJING YIN; YE, Angeline J. J; TAN, Kevin S. W et al.Microbiology (Reading). 2010, Vol 156, pp 665-677, issn 1350-0872, 13 p., 3Article

Palmitate-induced NO production has a dual action to reduce cell death through NO and accentuate cell death through peroxynitrite formationRABKIN, Simon W; KLASSEN, Shaun S.Prostaglandins, leukotrienes and essential fatty acids. 2008, Vol 78, Num 2, pp 147-155, issn 0952-3278, 9 p.Article

L'autophagie : un mécanisme de survie et de mort cellulaire : Mort cellulaire programmée: Origine(s), mécanismes moléculaires et implications physiopathologiques = Autophagy in cell survival and death : Programmed cell death: Origin(s), molecular mechanisms and physiopathological implicationsCODOGNO, Patrice.Journal de la Société de biologie. 2005, Vol 199, Num 3, pp 233-241, issn 1295-0661, 9 p.Article

Programme de mort ou programme de vie ? A la recherche des origines de la mort cellulaire programmée au cours de l'évolution du vivant : Mort cellulaire programmée: Origine(s), mécanismes moléculaires et implications physiopathologiques = Selective death programs or pleiotropic life programs ? Looking for programmed cell death in the light of evolution : Programmed cell death: Origin(s), molecular mechanisms and physiopathological implicationsAMEISEN, Jean-Claude.Journal de la Société de biologie. 2005, Vol 199, Num 3, pp 175-189, issn 1295-0661, 15 p.Article

Cette mort nécessaire à la vie : Mort cellulaire programmée: Origine(s), mécanismes moléculaires et implications physiopathologiques = This death which allows life : Programmed cell death: Origin(s), molecular mechanisms and physiopathological implicationsAMEISEN, Jean-Claude; CHIKU, Anissa; BONGIORNO-BORBONE, Lucilla et al.Journal de la Société de biologie. 2005, Vol 199, Num 3, pp 267-276, issn 1295-0661, 10 p.Article

Approches génétiques des mécanismes moléculaires de mort cellulaire programmée chez Dictyostelium : Mort cellulaire programmée: Origine(s), mécanismes moléculaires et implications physiopathologiques = Genetic approaches to molecular mechanisms of programmed cell death in Dictyostelium : Programmed cell death: Origin(s), molecular mechanisms and physiopathological implicationsLAM, David; GOLSTEIN, Pierre.Journal de la Société de biologie. 2005, Vol 199, Num 3, pp 191-198, issn 1295-0661, 8 p.Article

ADN extracellulaire et nucléosomes: marqueurs de cytotoxicité = Extracellular DNA and nucleosomes: markers of cytotoxicityBret, Lydie; Fournie, Gilbert.1992, 176 p.Thesis

A Mutant Connexin50 with Enhanced Hemichannel Function Leads to Cell DeathMINOGUE, Peter J; TONG, Jun-Jie; ARORA, Anita et al.Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 2009, Vol 50, Num 12, pp 5837-5845, issn 0146-0404, 9 p.Article

Bax mediates the apoptosis-sensitizing effect of maspinJIAYOU LIU; SHUPING YIN; REDDY, Neelima et al.Cancer research (Baltimore). 2004, Vol 64, Num 5, pp 1703-1711, issn 0008-5472, 9 p.Article

L'apoptose : mécanismes moléculaires : Apoptose : biologie et pathologie = Apoptosis : molecular mechanisms : Apoptosis : biology and pathologySOLARY, E.Comptes rendus des séances de la Société de biologie et de ses filiales. 1998, Vol 192, Num 6, pp 1065-1076, issn 0037-9026Article

Immunopathological consequences of the loss of engulfment genes : the case of ABCA1 : Mort cellulaire programmée: Origine(s), mécanismes moléculaires et implications physiopathologiques = Programmed cell death: Origin(s), molecular mechanisms and physiopathological implicationsGRAU, Georges E; CHIMINI, Giovanna.Journal de la Société de biologie. 2005, Vol 199, Num 3, pp 199-206, issn 1295-0661, 8 p.Article

Familial dysautonomia model reveals Ikbkap deletion causes apoptosis of Pax3+ progenitors and peripheral neuronsGEORGE, Lynn; CHAVERRA, Marta; LEFCORT, Frances et al.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2013, Vol 110, Num 46, pp 18698-18703, issn 0027-8424, 6 p.Article

Cell Death Mediated by the N-Terminal Domains of a Unique and Highly Conserved Class of NB-LRR ProteinCOLLIER, Sarah M; HAMEL, Louis-Philippe; MOFFETT, Peter et al.Molecular plant-microbe interactions. 2011, Vol 24, Num 8, pp 918-931, issn 0894-0282, 14 p.Article

Cell DeathHOTCHKISS, Richard S; STRASSER, Andreas; MCDUNN, Jonathan E et al.The New England journal of medicine. 2009, Vol 361, Num 16, pp 1570-1583, issn 0028-4793, 14 p.Article

Protein Aggregates : an Aging Factor Involved in Cell DeathMAISONNEUVE, Etienne; EZRATY, Benjamin; DUKAN, Sam et al.Journal of bacteriology. 2008, Vol 190, Num 18, pp 6070-6075, issn 0021-9193, 6 p.Article

Is Cell Death a Critical End Point for Anticancer Therapies or Is Cytostasis Sufficient? : Targeting the cell death-survival equationRIXE, Olivier; FOJO, Tito.Clinical cancer research. 2007, Vol 13, Num 24, pp 7280-7287, issn 1078-0432, 8 p.Article

Signalling cell cycle arrest and cell death through the MMR SystemO'BRIEN, Vincent; BROWN, Robert.Carcinogenesis (New York. Print). 2006, Vol 27, Num 4, pp 682-692, issn 0143-3334, 11 p.Article

FLIP protein and TRAIL-induced apoptosisROTH, Wilfried; REED, John C.Vitamins and hormones. 2004, Vol 67, pp 189-206, issn 0083-6729, 18 p.Article

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