Entosis: The emerging face of non-cell-autonomous type IV programmed death

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The present review summarizes recent experimental evidences about the existence of the non-cell-autonomous death entosis in physiological and pathophysiological contexts, discusses some aspects of this form of cell death, including morphological, biochemical and signaling pathways that distinguish non-cell-autonomous demises from other death modalities and propose to define this new modality of death as type IV programmed cell death.

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Martins, I., Raza, S. Q., Voisin, L., Dakhli, H., Law, F., De Jong, D., … Perfettini, J. L. (2017, June 1). Entosis: The emerging face of non-cell-autonomous type IV programmed death. Biomedical Journal. Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bj.2017.05.001

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