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Editors: Scott R. Erlich
Book Description:
Apoptosis is the regulated form of cell death. It is a complex process defined by a set of characteristic morphological and biochemical features that involves the active participation of affected cells in a self-destruction cascade. This programmed cell death plays a critical role in physiological functions such as cell deletion during embryonic development, balancing cell number in continuously renewing tissues and immune system development. Additionally, a dysregulation of apoptosis is underlying in numerous pathological situations such as Parkinson, Alzheimer´s disease and cancer. A number of studies have pointed out an association between consumption of fruits and vegetables, and certain beverages such as tea and wine, which are rich in polyphenols, with reduced risk of chronic diseases, including cancer. Apoptosis is also the regulatory mechanism involved in the removal of unnecessary cells during development and in tissue homeostasis in a wide range of organisms from insects to mammals. The aim of this book is to provide new studies in the field of apoptosis research.

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Preface

Chapter 1.- The Two Faces of a Same Function: Pro- and Antiapoptotic Role of Ubiquinone; pp. 1-35
(E. Siendones, G. Brea-Calvo and M.V. Cascajo-Almenara et al., Univ. Pablo de Olavide-CSIC, Spain)

Chapter 2.- Cytochemical and Apoptotic Markers of Tissue Remodeling; pp. 37-104
(Svetlana Zunic, Clinical Center of Serbia, Serbia and Montenegro, Ljubisa Rakic, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Serbia and Montenegro and Snezana Zunic-Bozinovski et al., Univ. of Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro)

Chapter 3.- Chemical Messengers as Male Germ Cell Apoptosis Inducers; pp. 105-124
(M.A. Aragón, L.P. Reyes and S.N. Pescador)

Chapter 4.- Impact and Significance of Apoptosis in Human Ejaculated Spermatozoa; pp. 125-138
(Philippe Marchetti and Carole Marchetti, INSERM U814 et Laboratoire de Biochimie CHRU, France)

Chapter 5.- Reactive Oxygen Species-Mediated Apoptosis; pp. 139-152 (Peter Storz, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, USA)

Chapter 6.- Apoptosis from Lab Bench to Clinical Implications;
pp. 153-171
(Marlene Shehata, Univ. of Ottowa Heart Institute, Canada)

Chapter 7.- Photoinduced Apoptosis by Photosensitizer Drugs;
pp. 173-185
(Franklin Vargas, Tamara Zoltan and Carlos Rivas et al., Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas I.V.I.C., Venezuela)

Chapter 8.- Apoptosis During Pregnancy; pp. 187-202
(Aggeliki Kolialexi, Athens Univ. School of Medicine, Greece, George Th. Tsangaris, Institute of Biomedical Research of the Academy of Athens, Greece, Aris Antsaklis, Athens Univ. School of Medicine, Greece and Ariadni Mavrou, Athens Univ. School of Medicine, Greece.

Chapter 9.- Snake-Like Chromatin is not a Form of Apoptosis;
pp. 203-212
(Katerina Jirsova, Gabriela Jechova and Kristyna Juklova, General Teaching Hospital and Charles Univ., Czech Republic)

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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 1-60021-450-9
   Status: AV
  
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