Autophagy triggered by magnolol derivative negatively regulates angiogenesis

@inproceedings{Kumar2013AutophagyTB,
  title={Autophagy triggered by magnolol derivative negatively regulates angiogenesis},
  author={Suresh Kumar and Santosh Kumar Guru and Anup Singh Pathania and Anil R. Kumar and Shashi Bhushan and Fayaz Malik},
  booktitle={Cell Death and Disease},
  year={2013}
}
Angiogenesis has a key role in the tumor progression and metastasis; targeting endothelial cell proliferation has emerged as a promising therapeutic strategy for the prevention of cancer. Previous studies have revealed a complex association between the process of angiogenesis and autophagy and its outcome on tumorigenesis. Autophagy, also known as type-II cell death, has been identified as an alternative way of cell killing in apoptotic-resistant cancer cells. However, its involvement in… CONTINUE READING
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