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41 thoughts on “Mitochondria, Apoptosis, and Oxidative Stress
  1. Oh yeah, baby!  Write that Caspase out suggestively ;).
    Hypothetically, if a lot of cells underwent apoptosis, could a healthy cell pick up enough cytochrome-C from its environment to accidentally trigger the apoptotic mechanism?

  2. Really helped me with my Patho Class, thanks alot! also weird question but what kind of software/hardware (e.g. ipad? surface pro?) are you using? I would love to use to take class notes!

  3. Great Video and information on cell death and the mitochondria. I recently found a way to help repair and create more mitochondria within your cells. Super excited about what we found. Again great video.

  4. nteresting! You can ingest redox signaling molecules through a drink called ASEA and you can put them on your skin, muscles, joints in a gel called Renu28 … redoxsignalingmoleculedotcom for more info …

  5. To all the clever dicks that claim that the second 'p' in apoptosis is silent, and should be pronounced apo-tosis (see the earlier comments): YOU ARE WRONG! Or do you go around saying o-tic instead of optic, o-tion instead of option, ada-tation instead of adaptation or syna-tic instead of synaptic??? Its ancient Greek(ἀπόπτωσις), not French or English and the Greek pronunced their 'p's, for your kind Information!

  6. Most obnoxious distracting nonsensical speaking voices ever. Speech is sing song accenting words with no respect to meaning. Very obnoxious and distracting. Detached from audience, aloof.

  7. Thanks for the video! I'm writing a paper on caspases for my a college biochemistry course, and this was extremely helpful in understanding their role in apoptosis. I work in an undergraduate lab that studies caspase structure-function, but wanted to learn about caspases in a greater context. 10/10 would recommend 🙂

  8. To summarise- Mitochondria play key roles in activating apoptosis in mammalian cells. Bcl-2 family members regulate the release of cytochrome c proteins from the space between the mitochondrial inner and outer membrane that, once in the cytosol, activate caspase proteases that dismantle cells and signal efficient phagocytosis of cell corpses.

  9. To summarise- Mitochondria play key roles in activating apoptosis in mammalian cells. Bcl-2 family members regulate the release of cytochrome c proteins from the space between the mitochondrial inner and outer membrane that, once in the cytosol, activate caspase proteases that dismantle cells and signal efficient phagocytosis of cell corpses.

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