Preface, L.M. Schwartz and B.A. Osbourne; Anatomical Methods in Cell Death, J.F.R. Kerr, G.C. Gobe, C.M. Winterford, and B.V. Harmon; Identification of Dying Cells - In Situ Staining, S.A. Ben-Sasson and Y. Gavrieli; Assays of DNA Fragmentation, Endonucleases, and Intracellular pH and Ca2+ Associated with Apoptosis, A. Eastman; Quantitation of Apoptotic Events in Pure and Heterogeneous Populations of Cells using the Flow Cytometer, P.J. Fraker, L.E. King, D. Lill-Elghanian, and W.G. Telford; Cell Cycle Analysis of Apoptosis Using Flow Cytometry, S.W. Sherwood and R.T. Schimke; Transient Transfection Assays to Examine the Requirement of Putative Cell Death Genes, B.A. Osborne, S. Smith, S.-G. Liu, K. McLaughlin, and L. M. Schwartz; Cloning Cell Death Genes, L.M. Schwartz, C.E. Milligan, W. Bielke, and S.J. Robinson; Use of the Yeast Two-Hybrid System for Identifying the Cascade of Protein Interactions Resulting in Apoptotic Cell Death, L.T. Bemis, F.J. Geske, and R. Strange; The End of the (Cell) Line: Methods for the Study of Apoptosis In Vitro, A.J. McGahon, S.J. Martin, R.P. Bissonnette, A. Mahboubi, Y. Shi, R.J. Mogil, and D.R. Green; Calcium, Free Radicals, and Excitotoxic Neuronal Death in Primary Cell Culture, M.P. Mattson, S.W. Barger, J.G. Begley, and R.J. Mark; Use of Cultured Neurons and Neuronal Cell Lines to Study Morphological, Biochemical, and Molecular Changes Occurring in Cell Death, J.C. Mills, S. Wang, M. Ericinska, and R.N. Pittman; Methods for Studying Cell Death and Viability of Primary Neuronal Cultures, J.E. Johnson; Neuron Death in Vertebrate Development: In Vivo Methods, P.G.H. Clarke and R.W. Oppenheim; Methods for the Study of Cell Death in the Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, M. Driscoll; Programmed Cell Death during Mammary Gland Involution, R. Strange, R.R. Friis, L.T. Bemis, and F.J. Geske; Methods for the Study of Apoptosis in the Ventral Prostate Gland, R. Buttyan; Genetic Approaches for Studying Programmed Cell Death during Development of the Laboratory Mouse, E.C. Coucouvanis, G.R. Martin, and J.H, Nadeau; Subject Index.