Autophagy

Autophagy is a cellular self-digestion process for the purpose of providing nutrients to allow for cell survival during stress conditions. Autophagy can be selective (mitophagy) or non-selective (nutrient poor). Autophagy plays an important role in maintaining the cell homeostasis by removing non-essential cell components. Recent research has also shown an association of mammalian autophagy with pathological conditions including neurodegenerative diseases, infection, cardiac disease, cancer and aging.

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Antibodies against p62/SQSTM1

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Mitophagy is the process of selective mitochondrial degradation by autophagy. It has been found to be involved in neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases as well as cancer.

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