G protein-coupled receptors and the regulation of autophagy

@article{Wauson2014GPR,
  title={G protein-coupled receptors and the regulation of autophagy},
  author={Eric M. Wauson and Hashem A. Dbouk and Anwesha B. Ghosh and Melanie H Cobb},
  journal={Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={274-282}
}
Autophagy is an important catabolic cellular process that eliminates damaged and unnecessary cytoplasmic proteins and organelles. Basal autophagy occurs during normal physiological conditions, but the activity of this process can be significantly altered in human diseases. Thus, defining the regulatory inputs and signals that control autophagy is essential. Nutrients are key modulators of autophagy. Although autophagy is generally accepted to be regulated in a cell-autonomous fashion, recent… CONTINUE READING
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