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The Origin Of Programmed Cell Death

J. C. Ameisen
Published 1996 · Biology, Medicine

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Cells from multicellular organisms self-destruct when they are no longer needed. Ameisen describes how such programmed cell death has now been found in lower organisms and what this tells us about evolution of the process of cell death.
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