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The Mitochondrial Death Pathway.

Anas Chalah, R. Khosravi-Far
Published 2008 · Medicine, Biology

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Mitochondria have long been known to be critical for cell survival due to their role in energy metabolism. However, not until the mid-1990s did it become evident that mitochondria are also active participants in programmed cell death (PCD). This chapter focuses mainly on the role the mitochondria in mammalian cell death and cancer progression and therapy.
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