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Things apoptosis often describes (“apoptosis ________”)
gene, protein, signaling, survivin, induction, genes, proteins, function, link, resistance, family, effector, xiap, factor

Descriptive words:
induced, mediated, neuronal, dependent, endothelial, cell, spontaneous, cellular, independent, epithelial, osteoclast, massive, defective, cardiac, extensive, related, osteoblast, rapid, nitric, excessive, subsequent, neural, smooth, oxidative, triggered, enhanced, mitochondrial, selective, myocardial, nuclear, mammalian, abnormal, hepatic, tumor, oligodendrocyte, fulminant, tubular, classical, widespread, associated, prostate, inducing, radiationinduced, developmental, hepatocellular, premature, interdigital, p53dependent, renal, regulated, dendritic, inappropriate, intestinal, cytotoxic, underwent, vascular, anti, enterocyte, neutrophil, lymphocyte, gastric, constitutive, physiological, delayed, ovarian, attenuated, anticancer, inflammatory, thymic, oocyte, excess, hepatocyte, placental, retinal, stimulating, intrathymic, amyloid, hippocampal, activated, driven, nonsteroidal, classic, skeletal, osteocyte

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