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Apoptotic cell death is a fundamental and highly regulated biological process in which a cell is instructed to actively participate in its own demise. This process of cellular suicide is activated by developmental and environmental cues and normally plays an essential role in eliminating superfluous, damaged, and senescent cells of many tissue types. In recent years, a number of experimental studies have provided evidence of widespread neuronal and glial apoptosis following injury to thedoi:10.5483/bmbrep.2002.35.1.094 pmid:16248974 fatcat:orz2bf77lrgrboi7xkq6ukri34