DNA-damage-induced apoptosis in stem and cancer cells
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CitationLiu, Julia Chang. 2014. DNA-damage-induced apoptosis in stem and cancer cells. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractThis work comprises analyses of cell fate decision-making in response to DNA damage. DNA damage is a ubiquitous threat to genomic stability, and depending on the type and extent of the damage, can lead to widespread changes in cell function as well as cell death. How apoptosis, or programmed cell death, is triggered in damaged cells was studied in different cell types for different types of damage.
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