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- Cell Cycle, Neurological Disorders, and Reactive Gliosis
- Sickle Cell Disease
- Oxidative stress, cell cycle, and neurodegeneration
Cell Cycle, Neurological Disorders, and Reactive Gliosis
Cell cycle dysregulation has been implicated in the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative disorders. Specialised function obligates neuronal cells to subsist in a quiescent state of cell cycle once differentiated and therefore the circumstances and mechanisms underlying aberrant cell cycle activation in post-mitotic neurons in physiological and disease conditions remains an intriguing area of research. There is a strict requirement of concurrence to cell cycle regulation for neurons to ensure intracellular biochemical conformity as well as interrelationship with other cells within neural tissues. This review deliberates on various mechanisms underlying cell cycle regulation in neuronal cells and underscores potential implications of their non-compliance in neural pathology. Recent research suggests that successful duplication of genetic material without subsequent induction of mitosis induces inherent molecular flaws that eventually assert as apoptotic changes.
Sickle Cell Disease
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Sickle cell disease SCD is a group of inherited red blood cell disorders. If you have SCD, there is a problem with your hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen throughout the body. With SCD, the hemoglobin forms into stiff rods within the red blood cells. This changes the shape of the red blood cells. The cells are supposed to be disc-shaped, but this changes them into a crescent, or sickle, shape.
PDF. Sections. Abstract; Introduction; Cell death: historical and Defective cell cycle and cell death regulation in disease It would be impossible to address all theses cell cycle/cell death‐related disorders in this introductory.
Oxidative stress, cell cycle, and neurodegeneration
If your institution subscribes to this resource, and you don't have a MyAccess Profile, please contact your library's reference desk for information on how to gain access to this resource from off-campus. Please consult the latest official manual style if you have any questions regarding the format accuracy. The cells of the body continue to grow, divide, and differentiate throughout life. Normally, growth and differentiation are controlled in such a way as to maintain the normal structure of a particular tissue. In tissues characterized by continuous cell loss skin, intestinal mucosa, blood , labile stem cells continuously undergo mitosis to replace lost cells.
Neurons and glia play a critical role in the normal development of the central nervous system and contribute to injury and disease via numerous pathological pathways. Internal and external stimuli induce signaling cascades that are incorporated into apoptotic mechanisms, ultimately culminating in cell death or cell survival.