Apoptosis - apoptosis o transformation from normal...

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(Images:RnD Systems) cytochrome C release activates caspases other changes include o electron transport, loss of mitochondrial transmembrane potential o altered cellular oxidation-reduction o Bcl-2 family proteins (pro- and antiapoptotic) Vesicular Mitochondria begin to appear during the release of cytochrome C which initiates mitochondrial mediated
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Unformatted text preview: apoptosis o transformation from normal morphology with an inner boundary membrane connected to lamellar cristae via crista junctions o multiple vesicular matrix compartments o facilitates membrane fission or fragmentation as the matrix is fragmented at this stage, o fragmentation of the mitochondrion requires only outer membrane fission....
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This document was uploaded on 11/03/2011 for the course BIOLOGY BSC1105 at Broward College.

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