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Autophagy is a normal process in which a cell destroys proteins and other substances in its cytoplasm (the fluid inside the cell membrane but outside the nucleus), which may lead to cell death. Autophagy may prevent normal cells from developing into cancer cells, but it may also protect cancer cells by destroying anticancer drugs or substances taken up by them.
New research pinpoints key pathways in prostate cancer's vulnerability to ferroptosis

New research pinpoints key pathways in prostate cancer's vulnerability to ferroptosis

Understanding regulatory effects of miRNAs on myocardial cell injury after coronary microembolization

Understanding regulatory effects of miRNAs on myocardial cell injury after coronary microembolization

Rare variants in the YKT6 gene cause new neurological disorder, study finds

Rare variants in the YKT6 gene cause new neurological disorder, study finds

Exploring the link between prenatal nutrition and congenital craniofacial malformations

Exploring the link between prenatal nutrition and congenital craniofacial malformations

ADSC-Exos enhance healing process of diabetic wounds, study finds

ADSC-Exos enhance healing process of diabetic wounds, study finds

Unraveling the complexities of muscle repair in diabetes: A call for targeted research and therapies

Unraveling the complexities of muscle repair in diabetes: A call for targeted research and therapies

Researchers pioneer a novel approach to enhance diabetic wound healing

Researchers pioneer a novel approach to enhance diabetic wound healing

Novel therapy harnesses stem cell-derived exosomes for diabetic wound healing

Novel therapy harnesses stem cell-derived exosomes for diabetic wound healing

Researchers develop novel nanomedicine loaded with genetic material to fight  HIV

Researchers develop novel nanomedicine loaded with genetic material to fight HIV

Canagliflozin reduces atherosclerosis and modulates inflammatory, oxidative pathways in mice

Canagliflozin reduces atherosclerosis and modulates inflammatory, oxidative pathways in mice

A high-protein diet and elevation in the amino acid leucine may contribute to buildup of plaque in arteries

A high-protein diet and elevation in the amino acid leucine may contribute to buildup of plaque in arteries

Magnesium's pivotal role in slowing aging's impact

Magnesium's pivotal role in slowing aging's impact

Olive oil's secret weapon against Alzheimer's: phenolic compounds

Olive oil's secret weapon against Alzheimer's: phenolic compounds

Drinkable, carbon monoxide-infused foam supercharges cancer therapy

Drinkable, carbon monoxide-infused foam supercharges cancer therapy

Study sheds light on how impaired autophagy can play a role in causing heart failure

Study sheds light on how impaired autophagy can play a role in causing heart failure

SickKids scientists untangle cellular waste buildup in Zellweger Spectrum Disorder

SickKids scientists untangle cellular waste buildup in Zellweger Spectrum Disorder

Early-acting autophagy genes extend lifespan through alternative "garbage disposal" pathway in neurons

Early-acting autophagy genes extend lifespan through alternative "garbage disposal" pathway in neurons

Deciphering how amino acids control cell growth and autophagy in yeast

Deciphering how amino acids control cell growth and autophagy in yeast

TMDU researchers develop novel method to identify protein-protein binding interfaces

TMDU researchers develop novel method to identify protein-protein binding interfaces

NEMO protein's crucial role in Parkinson's defense revealed

NEMO protein's crucial role in Parkinson's defense revealed

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