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New Clues into How ‘Trash Bag of the Cell’ Traps and Seals off Waste

News   Aug 16, 2018 | Original story by Katie Bohn

 
New Clues into How ‘Trash Bag of the Cell’ Traps and Seals off Waste

Researchers have found key insights into how phagophores close and seal off the autophagosome. The process is more sophisticated than depicted here... Image credit: Pixabay.

 
 
 

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