Apicomplexan autophagy and modulation of autophagy in parasite-infected host cells.

Abstract

Apicomplexan parasites are responsible for a number of important human pathologies. Obviously, as Eukaryotes they share a number of cellular features and pathways with their respective host cells. One of them is autophagy, a process involved in the degradation of the cell's own components. These intracellular parasites nonetheless seem to present a number… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bj.2017.01.001

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@article{Lat2017ApicomplexanAA, title={Apicomplexan autophagy and modulation of autophagy in parasite-infected host cells.}, author={Perle Latr{\'e} de Lat{\'e} and Miguel Pineda and Margaret M Harnett and W Harnett and S{\'e}bastien Besteiro and Gordon Langsley}, journal={Biomedical journal}, year={2017}, volume={40 1}, pages={23-30} }