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How does the process of apoptosis protect the healthy cells that surround the
dying cell? 1)Dividing into small vesicles prevents digestive enzymes from leaking out and damaging other cells.
2)Phagocytosis prevents bits of membrane from the dying cell from merging with the neighboring cells.
3)The lysis of the dying cell releases any contaminated cell contents to the surrounding fluid where it is destroyed.
4)Internal digestion of organelles and DNA prevent mutated DNA strands from spreading to any surrounding cells
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