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Mitotic phase of cell division apoptosis programmed

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Mitotic phase of cell division
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Apoptosis Programmed Cell Death Suicide lack of survival signal extensive DNA damage Murder clearing of “useless” cells during development destroying potentially self- attacking immune cells
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Changes to normal cellular regulation Signal transduction Cell cycle checkpoints Apoptosis Cell cycle Cell motility
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Stem Cells in Development and Therapy
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Model Organisms in Research
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Literature summary and critique Research Article Literature review Learned the key components of scientific writing
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Test the effects of drugs on inducing tumor cell apoptosis Does nicotine affect apoptosis- inducing ability of chemotherapies? If so describe how the data support your conclusion. Chemotherapies- cisplatin and taxol Answer: Nicotine inhibits the apopotsis-inducing effects. This conclusion is supported by the decrease in TUNEL positive cells when tumors are treated with chemotherapies and nicotine.
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From the data provided below, which proteins are affected by nicotine co-treatment? Answer: Nicotine prevents p53 stabilization as noted by western blot of p53 levels and also the decreased levels of p21, a target of p53. Nicotine also prevents the degradation of PARP, which prevents its activation.
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