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Permeabilization leads to intracellular acidification and release of various enzymes that can promote necrosis. Although it is not clear how the cell controls necrosis following irradiation, the frequency with which this is observed does vary among different cell types. This suggests that, just as for all the other forms of cell death, cellular pathways control the sensitivity of its activation. Senescence Cellular senescence is the term given to the observation that over time normal cells permanently lose their ability to divide.
Pathway. Two mentioned here briefly because of their importance are PARP-1, which efficiently and rapidly detects SSBs, and XRCC1, which is a helper protein for both PNK (damage processing) and ligase 3. Mutation, deletion or inhibition of either of these can lead to reduced repair and radiosensitization. Inhibition of PARP is particularly effective in HR-deficient tumours (see above), illustrating the relevance of the BER/SSBR pathways for possible clinical exploitation. g. C with T). As with all repair pathways it comprises a recognition step, an excision and resynthesis step and ligation.
The sensor molecules are involved in making the decision to initiate apoptosis whereas the effectors are responsible for carrying out that decision. Apoptotic cell death is characterized by the sequential activation of several different enzymes known as caspases. These proteins are initially expressed in an inactive form (procaspase) and are also kept in check by a family of inhibitors of apoptosis (IAP) proteins. Apoptosis begins following the activation of a ‘sensor’ caspase such as caspase 8 or 9, which generates the initial signal to induce apoptosis.