Without the atpase pump na and water enters the cell

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Unformatted text preview: reased cellular activity Lethal and Sublethal Cell Damage Mild damaging stimulus can still allow cell response, sublethal. The autophagic response in the cell can respond and return back to normal. Sublethal Cell Damage Recoverable, necrosis is not The earliest visible sign of both lethal and sublethal damage is ultrastructural damage to mitochondria Later sublethal damage can be seen as swelling of cellular organelles Fatty change is a manifestation of sublethal impairment of metabolism and is common in the liver Necrosis is always pathologic ATP is no longer produces, thus no more protein synthesis, no Na/K ATPase pump, no calcium membrane pumps, must then switch to anaerobic metabolism. Without the ATPa...
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