A differential autophagic response to hyperglycemia in the developing murine embryo.

Abstract

Autophagy is critical to the process of development because mouse models have shown that lack of autophagy leads to developmental arrest during the pre-implantation stage of embryogenesis. The process of autophagy is regulated through signaling pathways, which respond to the cellular environment. Therefore, any alteration in the environment may lead to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1530/REP-10-0265

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