Contents

Current Molecular Medicine, Volume 15 - Number 9

Meet Our Associate Editor

, 15(9): 801

Min Li


DOI: 10.2174/156652401509151105132158




Editorial

Editorial (Theamtic Issue: Cell-in-Cell: A Century-Old Mystery Comes to the Table)

, 15(9): 802 - 804

Michael Overholtzer and Xiaoning Wang


DOI: 10.2174/1566524015999151026143028




Entosis and Related Forms of Cell Death within Cells.

, 15(9): 805 - 809

Y. Wang and X. -D. Wang


DOI: 10.2174/1566524015666151026100339




Cell-in-cell phenomenon: A New Paradigm in Life Sciences.

, 15(9): 810 - 818

X. Wang


DOI: 10.2174/1566524015666151026095730




Suicidal emperipolesis: a process leading to cell-in-cell structures, T cell clearance and immune homeostasis.

, 15(9): 819 - 827

F. Sierro, S. S. Tay, A. Warren, D. G. Le Couteur, G. W. McCaughan, D. G. Bowen and P. Bertolino


DOI: 10.2174/1566524015666151026102143




Thymic Nurse Cells Participate in Heterotypic Internalization and Repertoire Selection of Immature Thymocytes; Their Removal from the Thymus of Autoimmune Animals May be Important to Disease Etiology

, 15(9): 828 - 835

J. C. Guyden, M. Martinez, R. V.E. Chilukuri, V. Reid, F. Kelly and M. -O.D. Samms


DOI: 10.2174/1566524015666151026102328




Cancer Cell Cannibalism: A Primeval Option to Survive.

, 15(9): 836 - 841

F. Lozupone and S. Fais


DOI: 10.2174/1566524015666151026100916




Phagoptosis - Cell Death By Phagocytosis - Plays Central Roles in Physiology, Host Defense and Pathology

, 15(9): 842 - 851

G. C. Brown, A. Vilalta and M. Fricker


DOI: 10.2174/156652401509151105130628




Mammalian Cell Competitions, Cell-in-Cell Phenomena and Their Biomedical Implications.

, 15(9): 852 - 860

H. Huang, Z. Chen and Q. Sun


DOI: 10.2174/1566524015666151026101101




Entosis: Cell-in-Cell Formation that Kills Through Entotic Cell Death

, 15(9): 861 - 866

O. Florey, S. E. Kim and M. Overholtzer


DOI: 10.2174/1566524015666151026100042




The physics for the formation of cell-in-cell structures.

, 15(9): 867 - 872

X. Ning, T. Luo, Z. Chen and Q. Sun


DOI: 10.2174/1566524015666151026105123




Emperipolesis is a potential histological hallmark associated with chronic hepatitis B.

, 15(9): 873 - 881

Y. Hu, L. Jiang, G. Zhou, S. Liu, Y. Liu, X. Zhang, S. Zhao, L. Wu, M. Yang, L. Ma, X. Wang and J. Zhao


DOI: 10.2174/1566524015666151026105411




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