Maciej B Szefler

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Atg8 is a ubiquitin-like protein that controls the expansion of the phagophore during autophagosome formation. It is recruited to the phagophore during the expansion stage and released upon the completion of the autophagosome. One possible model explaining the function of Atg8 is that it acts as an adaptor of a coat complex. Here, we tested the coat-adaptor(More)
Administration of ovine or rat PRL to animals, including man, has resulted in decreased urine volume and increased urine osmolality. Contamination of PRL preparations with vasopressin is the most likely explanation for the apparent antidiuretic effect. In this study, diabetes insipidus rats lacking vasopressin(homozygous Brattleboro rats) had extra anterior(More)
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