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"What is Apoptosis?" The Apoptotic Pathways and the Caspase Cascade

Video   Mar 21, 2019 | Video by Elvire Thouvenot-Nitzan, created in collaboration with the University of Dundee

 

Apoptosis is an important cellular process that allows cells to die in a programmed fashion, essential for embryo development, homeostasis, and cancer development. This 3D animation provides an overview of the intrinsic and extrinsic pathways involved and demonstrates how activation of the caspase cascade occurs.


Video credit: Elvire Thouvenot-Nitzan, created in collaboration with University of Dundee

 
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