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Autophagy Protects Neurons – But Not in the Way We Thought

News   Nov 06, 2020 | Original story from Forschungsverbund Berlin

 
Autophagy Protects Neurons – But Not in the Way We Thought

The endoplasmic reticulum strongly accumulates in KO synapses. Neurotransmitter-containing synaptic vesicles are shown in blue. Credit: Authors: Dmytro Puchkov, Marijn Kuijpers

 
 
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