Apoptosis

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Subject: Apoptosis
Date: Sat, 3 Jan 1998 16:19:22 -0500 (EST)

Apoptosis

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ISSN: 1360-8185

Apoptosis is a subscription-based electronic version of the print journal
of the same title. Full-text is available to subscribers as PDF files.

Apoptosis, or programmed cell death, is a natural process by which damaged
or unwanted cells are dismantled in an orderly and non-traumatic fashion.
It is of critical importance in development, homeostasis and cell
population control. Although apoptosis was originally recognised and
defined in terms of the characteristic morphological changes displayed by
cells undergoing apoptosis, and contrasting these with those seen in cells
undergoing necrosis; current research is focused on molecular signalling
and genetic processes occurring in cells undergoing apoptosis.

Apoptosis is an international peer-reviewed publication devoted to the
rapid publication of innovative basic and clinically-oriented
investigations into apoptosis and programmed cell-death. Apoptosis aims to
stimulate both research on the basic mechanisms of apoptosis and on its
role in various human disease processes including: cancer, autoimmune
disease, viral infection, cardiovascular disease, Neurodegenerative
disorders, AIDS, osteoporosis and ageing. The Editor-in-Chief and the
Editorial Board recognize the need to encourage the development of
clinical therapies against apoptosis-related diseases.

Recent Contents:

Intraepithelial lymphocytes vs. colorectal neoplastic cells: Who is
winning the apoptotic battle?: C. A. Rubio

Caspase-2/NEDD-2 protease mediates execution of apoptosis in AK-5 tumor
cells: A. Khar, B. V. V. Pardhasardhi, C. Varalakshmi, A. M. Ali, A. L.
Kumari

Role of XIAP protein, a human member of the inhibitor of apoptosis (IAP)
protein family, in phytohemagglutinin-induced apoptosis of human T cell
lines: I. Vitté-Mony, R. G. Korneluk, R. G. Korneluk, F. Diaz-Mitoma, F.
Diaz-Mitoma

Inhibition of protein synthesis sensitizes thermotolerant cells to heat
shock induced apoptosis: B. S. Poe, K. L. O'Neill

Butyrate-induced reversal of dexamethasone resistance in autonomous rat
Nb2 lymphoma cells: A. R. Buckley, J. S. Krumenacker, D. J. Buckley, M. A.
Leff, N. S. Magnuson, J. C. Reed, T. Miyashita, G. de Jong, P. W. Gout

Apoptosis and Bcl-2 protein changes in L1210 leukaemic cells exposed to
oxidative stress: W. Zimowska, T. Motyl, J. Skierski, B. Balasinska, T.
Ploszaj, A. Orzechowski, M. Filipecki

Role of apoptosis and apoptosis-related proteins in the
cisplatin-resistant phenotype of human tumor cell lines: P. Perego, S. C.
Righetti, R. Supino, D. Delia, C. Caserini, N. Carenini, B. Bedogné, E.
Broome, S. Krajewski, J. C. Reed, F. Zunino

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