Arabidopsis ATG11, a scaffold that links the ATG1-ATG13 kinase complex to general autophagy and selective mitophagy

@article{Li2014ArabidopsisAA,
  title={Arabidopsis ATG11, a scaffold that links the ATG1-ATG13 kinase complex to general autophagy and selective mitophagy},
  author={F. Li and R. Vierstra},
  journal={Autophagy},
  year={2014},
  volume={10},
  pages={1466 - 1467 - 807}
}
  • F. Li, R. Vierstra
  • Published 2014
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Autophagy
  • Autophagy is essential for nutrient recycling and intracellular housekeeping in plants by removing unwanted cytoplasmic constituents, aggregated polypeptides, and damaged organelles. The autophagy-related (ATG)1-ATG13 kinase complex is an upstream regulator that integrates metabolic and environmental cues into a coherent autophagic response directed by other ATG components. Our recent studies with Arabidopsis thaliana revealed that ATG11, an accessory protein of the ATG1-ATG13 complex, acts as… CONTINUE READING
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