MCQ on Apoptosis (Programmed Cell Death)




Apoptosis is a programmed cell death process that occurs naturally in multicellular organisms. It plays a crucial role in maintaining tissue homeostasis and removing damaged or unnecessary cells. Apoptosis is characterized by cellular shrinkage, DNA fragmentation, and controlled elimination without causing inflammation or harm to neighboring cells. The MCQ on Apoptosis will help you to study the molecular mechanism of programmed cell death.

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Welcome to your MCQ on Apoptosis

Which of the following is an external stimulus that can induce apoptosis?

Which enzyme is responsible for the cleavage of DNA during apoptosis?

What happens to the apoptotic bodies formed during apoptosis?

Which cellular process is regulated by apoptosis?

Which signaling pathway is commonly associated with apoptosis?

What is apoptosis?

Which of the following is a pro-apoptotic protein?

Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of apoptosis?

Which of the following is an example of an extrinsic apoptotic pathway?

Which of the following is NOT a phase of apoptosis?

Which proteins are often referred to as "executioners" in the apoptotic pathway?

Which organelle plays a crucial role in initiating apoptosis?

What is the role of caspases in apoptosis?

Which of the following diseases is associated with defective apoptosis?

What is the function of anti-apoptotic proteins?




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