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Prostate Cancer Cells

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Tessabella Magliochetti

on 1 August 2013

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Transcript of Prostate Cancer Cells

Prostate Cancer Cells
Prostate Cancer cells in
final step of division called cytokinesis
Normal Cell Division
Cytokinesis in normal cell division
Cancerous: No Regulation
Cancerous vs Normal
P53
Normal-
found in
low amounts
When
DNA is damaged
in cell P53 is not degraded as fast which
causes an increase of P53
in cells
When there is an
increase in P53
the cell will stop dividing and/or
will go into apoptosis
, programmed cell death
Mutated/Absence P53
Prostate Cancer
Mutated/ Cancerous
bad
because involved in
cell cycle control, apoptosis, overseeing genetic material
Mutation/Absence
allows cells to divide
when
cancerous
- not into apoptosis
Cancerous cells:
able to suvive
Normal Cell Regulation
PROSTATE CANCER
By Tessabella Magliochetti-Cammarata
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