Selective Autophagy: Talking with the UPS

  title={Selective Autophagy: Talking with the UPS},
  author={Caroline N. Park and Ana Mar{\'i}a Cuervo},
  journal={Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics},
Far from now are the days when investigators raced to identify the proteolytic system responsible for the degradation of their favorite protein. Nowadays, it is well accepted that a given protein can be degraded by different systems depending on factors such as cell type, cellular conditions, or functionality of each proteolytic pathway. The realization of this sharing of substrates among pathways has also helped to unveil deeper levels of communication among the different proteolytic systems… CONTINUE READING

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