Blue-Print Autophagy: Potential for Cancer Treatment

@inproceedings{Ruocco2016BluePrintAP,
  title={Blue-Print Autophagy: Potential for Cancer Treatment},
  author={Nadia Ruocco and Susan Costantini and Maria Costantini},
  booktitle={Marine drugs},
  year={2016}
}
The marine environment represents a very rich source of biologically active compounds with pharmacological applications. This is due to its chemical richness, which is claiming considerable attention from the health science communities. In this review we give a general overview on the marine natural products involved in stimulation and inhibition of autophagy (a type of programmed cell death) linked to pharmacological and pathological conditions. Autophagy represents a complex multistep… CONTINUE READING
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