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Autophagy Regulation

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Autophagy is an essential component of cellular homeostasis, responsible for clearing long-lived proteins and organelles and recycling cellular building blocks.

Autophagy is involved in numerous physiological processes including stress responses, cell growth, and aging. Accordingly, autophagy dysregulation is associated with different pathologies such as cancer, neurodegenerative and infectious diseases. 

Download this eBook to learn more about: 

  • Different types of autophagy and its regulation 
  • Recent advances in autophagy research in health and disease 
  • Innovative immunoassay solutions for autophagy research