Peroxisomal Atg37 binds Atg30 or palmitoyl-CoA to regulate phagophore formation during pexophagy

@inproceedings{Nazarko2014PeroxisomalAB,
  title={Peroxisomal Atg37 binds Atg30 or palmitoyl-CoA to regulate phagophore formation during pexophagy},
  author={Taras Y. Nazarko and Katharine Ozeki and Andreas Till and Geetha Ramakrishnan and Pouya Lotfi and Mingda Yan and Suresh Subramani},
  booktitle={The Journal of cell biology},
  year={2014}
}
Autophagy is a membrane trafficking pathway that sequesters proteins and organelles into autophagosomes. The selectivity of this pathway is determined by autophagy receptors, such as the Pichia pastoris autophagy-related protein 30 (Atg30), which controls the selective autophagy of peroxisomes (pexophagy) through the assembly of a receptor protein complex (RPC). However, how the pexophagic RPC is regulated for efficient formation of the phagophore, an isolation membrane that sequesters the… CONTINUE READING
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