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Cell growth

Cell growth refers to an increase in the total mass of a cell, including both cytoplasmic, nuclear and organelle volume. Cell growth occurs when the overall rate of cellular biosynthesis (production of biomolecules or anabolism) is greater than the overall rate of cellular degradation (the destruction of biomolecules via the proteasome, lysosome or autophagy, or catabolism).

Metrics Summary

Total Publications
Lifetime
83,716
Prior Five Years
17,263
Total Citations
Lifetime
2,480,010
Prior Five Years
213,840
Total Scholars
Lifetime
220,062
Prior Five Years
167,760

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