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Interdependenz von Adhäsionsverlust und Apoptose als tragendes Prinzip der Gewebshomöostase und deren Störung in der Neoplasie

  • Ulrike von Reyher
  • Jörn Sträter
  • Peter Möller
Part of the Handbuch der Molekularen Medizin book series (HDBMOLEK, volume 2)

Zusammenfassung

Zellen multizellularer Organismen verfügen über Programme der gezielten Selbstelimination. Dabei werden Proteasen aktiviert, die bereits als inaktive Vorstufen vorliegen. Diese Proteasen katalysieren einerseits intrazellulare Signalkaskaden, andererseits bewirken sie die Degradation von intrazellularen Makromolekülen.

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  • Ulrike von Reyher
  • Jörn Sträter
  • Peter Möller

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