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