Chaperone-Assisted Selective Autophagy Is Essential for Muscle Maintenance

@article{Arndt2010ChaperoneAssistedSA,
  title={Chaperone-Assisted Selective Autophagy Is Essential for Muscle Maintenance},
  author={Verena Arndt and Nikolaus Dick and Riga Tawo and Michael Dreiseidler and Daniela Wenzel and Michael Hesse and Dieter O. F{\"u}rst and Paul Saftig and Robert B. Saint and Bernd K. Fleischmann and Michael Hoch and J{\"o}rg H{\"o}hfeld},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={20},
  pages={143-148}
}

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