apoptose

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Verb[edit]

apoptose (third-person singular simple present apoptoses, present participle apoptosing, simple past and past participle apoptosed)

  1. (biology, cytology, transitive, intransitive) To cause the cell to undergo apoptosis, a process of programmed cell death.
    • 2000, edited by William E. Garrett, Donald T. Kirkendall, Exercise and Sport Science
      Part of the resolution of inflammation, particularly the removal of accumulated neutrophils, is because neutrophils are induced to apoptose (43).

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Noun[edit]

apoptose f (plural apoptoses)

  1. (biology) apoptosis