Execution Phase Of Apoptosis Pathway Bioinformatics
Apoptosis is a form of programmed cell death, which can be either a developmental process or a response from the human immune system. During the execution phase of apoptosis, the cell undergoes changes including cell shrinkage, chromosomal condensation, nuclear and chromosomal DNA fragmentation, and blebbing. In particular, caspase-3 cleaves the DNAase inhibitor as well as proteins of the cytoskeleton, facilitating the process of cellular fragmentation. The execution phase occurs after the cells fully commit to die, and once this phase is initiated, cell death occurs very quickly. A preliminary step in this phase is microtubule disassembly through the depolymerization of actomyosin filaments, which helps to disperse cellular fragments and keep the plasma membrane, which results in the cellular packaging that keeps the apoptosis from becoming an inflammatory event. The final event of apoptosis is the phagocytosis of the apoptotic bodies by another cell, avoiding inflammation and any other adverse reactions to the cellular particles.
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