A curated census of autophagy-modulating proteins and small molecules

@inproceedings{Lorenzi2014ACC,
  title={A curated census of autophagy-modulating proteins and small molecules},
  author={Philip L. Lorenzi and Sofie Claerhout and Gordon B Mills and John N. Weinstein},
  booktitle={Autophagy},
  year={2014}
}
Autophagy, a programmed process in which cell contents are delivered to lysosomes for degradation, appears to have both tumor-suppressive and tumor-promoting functions; both stimulation and inhibition of autophagy have been reported to induce cancer cell death, and particular genes and proteins have been associated both positively and negatively with autophagy. To provide a basis for incisive analysis of those complexities and ambiguities and to guide development of new autophagy-targeted… CONTINUE READING

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