A comprehensive glossary of autophagy-related molecules and processes (2nd edition).

  title={A comprehensive glossary of autophagy-related molecules and processes (2nd edition).},
  author={Daniel J Klionsky and Eric H. Baehrecke and John H Brumell and Charleen T Chu and Patrice Codogno and Ana Marie Cuervo and Jayanta Debnath and Vojo Deretic and Zvulun Elazar and E L Eskelinen and Steven Finkbeiner and Juan Fueyo-Margareto and David Gewirtz and Marja J{\"a}{\"a}ttel{\"a} and Guido Kroemer and Beth Levine and Thomas J. Melia and Noboru Mizushima and David C Rubinsztein and Anne Simonsen and Andrew P. Thorburn and Michael Thumm and Sharon A Tooze},
  volume={7 11},
The study of autophagy is rapidly expanding, and our knowledge of the molecular mechanism and its connections to a wide range of physiological processes has increased substantially in the past decade. The vocabulary associated with autophagy has grown concomitantly. In fact, it is difficult for readers--even those who work in the field--to keep up with the ever-expanding terminology associated with the various autophagy-related processes. Accordingly, we have developed a comprehensive glossary… CONTINUE READING

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