Review paper

Cargo recognition and degradation by selective autophagy

Volume: 20, Issue: 3, Pages: 233 - 242
Published: Feb 23, 2018
Abstract
Macroautophagy, initially described as a non-selective nutrient recycling process, is essential for the removal of multiple cellular components. In the past three decades, selective autophagy has been characterized as a highly regulated and specific degradation pathway for removal of unwanted cytosolic components and damaged and/or superfluous organelles. Here, we discuss different types of selective autophagy, emphasizing the role of ligand...
Paper Details
Title
Cargo recognition and degradation by selective autophagy
Published Date
Feb 23, 2018
Volume
20
Issue
3
Pages
233 - 242
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