Mitophagy in yeast occurs through a selective mechanism.

@article{Kanki2008MitophagyIY,
  title={Mitophagy in yeast occurs through a selective mechanism.},
  author={Tomotake Kanki and Daniel J Klionsky},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2008},
  volume={283 47},
  pages={
          32386-93
        }
}
The regulation of mitochondrial degradation through autophagy is expected to be a tightly controlled process, considering the significant role of this organelle in many processes ranging from energy production to cell death. However, very little is known about the specific nature of the degradation process. We developed a new method to detect mitochondrial autophagy (mitophagy) by fusing the green fluorescent protein at the C terminus of two endogenous mitochondrial proteins and monitored… CONTINUE READING

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