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Programmed Cell Death: Unlocking the Secrets of Cellular Self-Destruction


Hanley Patrick*

Programmed cell death, also known as apoptosis, is a tightly regulated cellular process that plays a critical role in development, tissue homeostasis, and the elimination of damaged or unwanted cells. Apoptosis involves a series of molecular events orchestrated by a complex network of signalling pathways. Dysregulation of programmed cell death can have profound implications in various pathological conditions, including cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, and autoimmune disorders. Understanding the mechanisms and molecular players involved in apoptosis has significant implications for the development of novel therapeutic strategies targeting cell death pathways. This abstract provides an overview of the concept of programmed cell death, its molecular mechanisms, regulatory factors, and its relevance in human health and disease.

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