Classification of cell death used to classify three classes by their morphology features. Type I is programmed cell death is apoptosis, type II programmed cell death is autophagy, type III is necrosis.
Istanbul University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, Istanbul, Turkey
Dr. Mehmet R. TOPCUL is currently Assistant Professor at University of Istanbul, Faculty of Science in Turkey. He served as Vice-Chairman of Biology Department. He taught Genetics, Health Physics, General Biology, Innovative Approaches in Cancer Biology, Nanotechnology in Biology, Trace Elements. In addition to this short e-book, he has written book chapters which are titled “Cancer Stem Cells”, “Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine” and “Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells” in Stem Cells in Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine; “The Biology Of Cancer Metastasis “ and “Breast Cancer” in Cancer: Disease of the Age; “Treatment of Colon Cancer” in Clinical Diagnosis and Therapy of Colorectal Cancer; “Latest Advances In Cancer Stem Cell Research; Treatment Options For Colorectal Cancer” in Modern Technology Present and Future and “Mutation Prevention” in Cancer Treatment Strategies in OMICS International. He has also written numerous researches and review articles about cancer and stem cells. He is director of Advanced Stem Cell & Biomolecular Technology Research Laboratories in University of Istanbul. He is an editorial board member in several prestigious journals in cancer research. His research interests have involved cancer molecular biology, cytogenetic, oncology, radiobiology, cell cultures, genetics, cancer stem cells, breast cancer and gynecological cancers. Based on this research he has received several awards and honors, such as: Publication Incentive Award and Successful Researcher Award. He has honored as International Selected Member by ESTRO and ASTRO.