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GO:0097189 apoptotic body

Term Information

ID GO:0097189
Name apoptotic body
Ontology Cellular Component
Definition A vesicle containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled. Apoptotic bodies may range in size from 0.8 to 5um.
PMID:15242875 PMID:24223256
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related apoptotic bleb
exact apoptotic vesicle

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Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2015-11-21 Deleted DEFINITION A fragment containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled. Apoptotic bodies may range in size from 0.8 to 5um.
2015-11-21 Added DEFINITION A vesicle containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled. Apoptotic bodies may range in size from 0.8 to 5um.
2015-11-21 Added RELATION is a GO:1903561 (extracellular vesicle)
2015-11-21 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0044421 (extracellular region part)
2015-04-25 Deleted DEFINITION A fragment containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled.
2015-04-25 Added DEFINITION A fragment containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled. Apoptotic bodies may range in size from 0.8 to 5um.
2015-04-19 Added SYNONYM apoptotic bleb
2015-04-19 Added SYNONYM apoptotic vesicle
2011-11-24 Added RELATION is a GO:0044421 (extracellular region part)
2011-11-24 Added TERM apoptotic body
2011-11-24 Added DEFINITION A fragment containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled.

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2011-11-24 Added TERM apoptotic body

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2015-11-21 Deleted DEFINITION A fragment containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled. Apoptotic bodies may range in size from 0.8 to 5um.
2015-11-21 Added DEFINITION A vesicle containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled. Apoptotic bodies may range in size from 0.8 to 5um.
2015-04-25 Deleted DEFINITION A fragment containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled.
2015-04-25 Added DEFINITION A fragment containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled. Apoptotic bodies may range in size from 0.8 to 5um.
2015-04-19 Added SYNONYM apoptotic bleb
2015-04-19 Added SYNONYM apoptotic vesicle
2011-11-24 Added DEFINITION A fragment containing parts of a dying cell. Apoptotic bodies can be formed during the execution phase of the apoptotic process, when the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward. These bulges may separate from the cell, taking a portion of cytoplasm with them, to become apoptotic bodies. These are then engulfed by phagocytic cells, and their components recycled.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2015-11-21 Added RELATION is a GO:1903561 (extracellular vesicle)
2015-11-21 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0044421 (extracellular region part)
2011-11-24 Added RELATION is a GO:0044421 (extracellular region part)
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