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what role do lysosomes play in apoptosis, digit formation, and syndactyly?

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Default Re: what role do lysosomes play in apoptosis, digit formation, and syndactyly?

Well in development, the fetus will have webbing between the digits, and eventually a molecular mechanism triggers programmed apoptosis, and the web cells die off and disappear.
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