There exist certain proteinases of the Ced-3/interleukin-1 beta converting enzyme family that can trigger a multi-enzyme cascade that leads to apoptotic events, which occurs due to the cleavage of the genome which activates a nuclease to fragment the DNA of the cell. This is known as nuclear changes in apoptosis, and ZIP kinase can trigger nuclear promyelocytic leukemia oncogenic domains that can lead to a nuclear pathway for apoptosis. When the nucleus is affected in apoptosis, it is condensed in a phenomenon called pyknosis. Nuclear fragmentation can also result from an abnormal apoptotic event.
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