*Entosis

Therefore, entosis acts as a nonapoptotic cell death mechanism, and could possibly be a new way in which cancer cells can be ... Entosis (from Greek ἐντός entos, "within" and -ωσις -osis, "disease") is the invasion of a living cell into another cell's ... A cell trapped by entosis is initially alive and can divide inside the cell that has enveloped it. On occasion, the entotic ... Entosis differs greatly from apoptosis in that the entotic process exhibits behavior closely resembling cellular invasion ...

*Microtubule associated scaffold protein 2

"Aurora A orchestrates entosis by regulating a dynamic MCAK-TIP150 interaction". J Mol Cell Biol. 6 (3): 240-54. doi:10.1093/ ...

*Apicomplexa

Typically, a host is infected via an active invasion by the parasites (similar to entosis), which divide to produce sporozoites ...

*Programmed cell death

Calpains Caspases Cell damage Cornification Cytochrome c Cytotoxicity Diablo homolog Entosis Excitotoxicity Ferroptosis ...

*Apoptosis

Autolysis Autophagy Cisplatin Cytotoxicity Entosis Immunology Necrobiosis Necrosis Necrotaxis p53 Paraptosis Pseudoapoptosis ...