message was truncated but as of note: senescent cells (Hayflick
cells) are not necessarily apoptotic.
Many post-mitotic cells undergo apoptosis. See all the work on
insects by me et al, Truman, Schwartz, Locke, etc.
The story of apoptosis as an aborted mitosis derives from lymphocytes
and is not necessarily valid, though the signalling mechansisms are
interesting. See upcoming meetings at Lake Placid 9/29; Keystone
Feb 95, Gordon Conf July 95.
Richard A. Lockshin/Dept. Biol. Sci. St. John's University/8000 Utopia P
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In article <35se7t$nru at expert.cc.purdue.edu> ckwen at expert.cc.purdue.edu (Chi-kuang Wen) writes:
> Can anyone tell me that if the cells in a mature animal or plant tissue still keep cell-division and cell-death to keep homeostasi
>cell-division and let the cells become senescent? In addition to the inactivation of telemerase may contribute to senescence, is th
>inducing senescence? If most of the cells in animal or plant tissues do not go
>to cell-cycle, what the factors could be to induce senescence?
> I am interested in learing senescence, apoptosos and cell-cycle. Any
>idea, references and suggestions would be very appreciated.
>>please gie me your comments by e-mail :ckwen at expert.cc.purdue.edu>>Thanks in advance.