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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.
Researchers use cachexia model to assess cancer-derived myocardial impairments

Researchers use cachexia model to assess cancer-derived myocardial impairments

HIV: New therapeutic approach to restore the effectiveness of immune cells

HIV: New therapeutic approach to restore the effectiveness of immune cells

Researchers find new clues to how SARS-CoV-2 infects cells

Researchers find new clues to how SARS-CoV-2 infects cells

Stopping cell recycling could help treat HER2-positive breast cancer

Stopping cell recycling could help treat HER2-positive breast cancer

Researchers call for trials of rapamycin to treat COVID-19

Researchers call for trials of rapamycin to treat COVID-19

Iron release can be detrimental to the heart, study suggests

Iron release can be detrimental to the heart, study suggests

Cancer cells hibernate to survive harsh environment created by chemotherapy

Cancer cells hibernate to survive harsh environment created by chemotherapy

Liver cancer cells cause stromal cells to secrete protein  that enhances tumor growth

Liver cancer cells cause stromal cells to secrete protein that enhances tumor growth

Study reveals the role of SETD2 protein in cancer cells, cell migration, and autophagy

Study reveals the role of SETD2 protein in cancer cells, cell migration, and autophagy

Anti-diarrhea drug triggers cell death in glioblastoma cells

Anti-diarrhea drug triggers cell death in glioblastoma cells

Researchers discover novel mechanism by which cells turn over mitochondria

Researchers discover novel mechanism by which cells turn over mitochondria

Cholesterol in the plasma membrane is essential for SARS-CoV-2 entry and syncytia formation

Cholesterol in the plasma membrane is essential for SARS-CoV-2 entry and syncytia formation

Researchers identify key gene necessary for cells to consume and destroy viruses

Researchers identify key gene necessary for cells to consume and destroy viruses

Copper gluconate supplementation could reduce SARS-CoV-2 infection in vitro

Copper gluconate supplementation could reduce SARS-CoV-2 infection in vitro

Drug may increase vaccine protection in older adults

Drug may increase vaccine protection in older adults

Researchers identify potential drug combination to treat uveal melanoma

Researchers identify potential drug combination to treat uveal melanoma

New insight into role of autophagy in controlling SARS-CoV-2 infection

New insight into role of autophagy in controlling SARS-CoV-2 infection

Cancer cells exhibit metabolic changes that make them vulnerable to ferroptosis

Cancer cells exhibit metabolic changes that make them vulnerable to ferroptosis

Potential SARS-CoV-2 antiviral: Ionophore X-206 found to inhibit viral replication in cell cultures

Potential SARS-CoV-2 antiviral: Ionophore X-206 found to inhibit viral replication in cell cultures

New reviews provide timely updates for scholars, professionals focused on antimicrobial research

New reviews provide timely updates for scholars, professionals focused on antimicrobial research