In apoptosis, after Caspase 3 tears a cell apart, why doesn't it continue to
tear apart nearby cells, too? ?
-- faye kane homeless brain
In apoptosis, the cell doesn't lyse. Therefore, caspase 3 and other pro-apoptotic compounds are not released to interact with other cells. In addition, how would these compounds get in the other cells?
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