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Cytosolic HMGB1 controls the cellular autophagy/apoptosis checkpoint during inflammation.Academic Article Why?
Autophagy: cellular and molecular mechanisms.Academic Article Why?
Targeting by AutophaGy proteins (TAG): Targeting of IFNG-inducible GTPases to membranes by the LC3 conjugation system of autophagy.Academic Article Why?
Autophagy gene ATG7 regulates ultraviolet radiation-induced inflammation and skin tumorigenesis.Academic Article Why?
Studies of Non-Protective Autophagy Provide Evidence that Recovery from Therapy-Induced Senescence is Independent of Early Autophagy.Academic Article Why?
The Roles of Autophagy and Senescence in the Tumor Cell Response to Radiation.Academic Article Why?
Astrocytes promote progression of breast cancer metastases to the brain via a KISS1-mediated autophagy.Academic Article Why?
Human autophagy gene ATG16L1 is post-transcriptionally regulated by MIR142-3p.Academic Article Why?
Soluble bioactive microbial mediators regulate proteasomal degradation and autophagy to protect against inflammation-induced stress.Academic Article Why?
Trafficking and signaling in mammalian autophagy.Academic Article Why?
Autophagy is a critical mechanism for the induction of the antileukemic effects of arsenic trioxide.Academic Article Why?
Autophagy regulates pancreatic beta cell death in response to Pdx1 deficiency and nutrient deprivation.Academic Article Why?
Autophagy: Snapshot of the network.Academic Article Why?
Coordinated regulation of autophagy by p38alpha MAPK through mAtg9 and p38IP.Academic Article Why?
Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy in higher eukaryotes.Academic Article Why?
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