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For both fundamental and translational scientists, a molecular and mechanistic knowledge of the control of stem cell fate is a major concern. One of the most fundamental problems in biology is how cellular variety is formed. Homeostasis necessitates the continuous activity of stem cells to renew and replace terminally differentiated or senescent cells once development is complete.
Apoptosis, or programmed cell death, is a type of cell death that occurs in multicellular organisms. Apoptosis regulates the self-renewal and population of stem cells to some extent. Apoptosis is what keeps the number of stem cells in balance between those that are lost due to differentiation or apoptosis and those that are gained due to proliferation. As a result, apoptosis is crucial in the regulation of cell number and growth, as well as the elimination of aberrant and severely damaged cells. Because of its importance, the apoptosis process is meticulously controlled.
Cell apoptosis signalling can start on the cell surface via the receptor-induced signalling pathway, or inside the cell via the release of proapoptotic substances such cytochrome c from activated mitochondria. In response to both intrinsic and external stimuli, many kinase signal transduction pathways regulate the fundamental pluripotency transcription factors, retaining stem cell self-renewal and differentiation potential.