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Timing Your Apoptosis Assays

Terri Sundquist, Rich Moravec, Andrew Niles, Martha O’Brien, and Terry Riss
Publication Date: 2006

Abstract

The term apoptosis refers to a series of specific morphological changes associated with cell death. We present a number of factors that can affect the timeline of biochemical events associated with apoptosis to emphasize the importance of monitoring these biochemical events over an appropriate time period.

Cell Notes 16, 18–21.

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