Apoptotic Cell Death and Its Importance in Toxicological Response
What is it about?
Insecticides are widely used all over the world.Acute and chronic toxicity that are occured by a variety of xenobiotic chemicals, radiation and toxins, can cause neurodegenerative diseases, ischemic damage, autoimmune disorders and many types of cancer, which depend on apoptotic processes.We have shown that pyrethroid insecticide causes apoptosis in neuronal cells.
Why is it important?
Cell death and cell death mechanisms are one of the most important elements to focus in toxicological assessment.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr Dilek Guvenc and Dr Enes Atmaca
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