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E Gabandé-Rodríguez et al.
Cell death and differentiation, 21(6), 864-875 (2014-02-04)
Niemann Pick disease type A (NPA), which is caused by loss of function mutations in the acid sphingomyelinase (ASM) gene, is a lysosomal storage disorder leading to neurodegeneration. Yet, lysosomal dysfunction and its consequences in the disease are poorly characterized.
Atg5: more than an autophagy factor.
Patrice Codogno et al.
Nature cell biology, 8(10), 1045-1047 (2006-10-03)
Bernadette Carroll et al.
The Journal of cell biology, 216(7), 1949-1957 (2017-06-02)
Mammalian target of rapamycin complex 1 (mTORC1) and cell senescence are intimately linked to each other and to organismal aging. Inhibition of mTORC1 is the best-known intervention to extend lifespan, and recent evidence suggests that clearance of senescent cells can
Soraya Santana et al.
Neurobiology of aging, 33(2), 430-430 (2011-01-29)
Mounting evidence suggests that herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) is involved in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Epidemiological analyses have shown that HSV-1 is a risk factor for AD in people with at least 1 type 4 allele
Arne Herring et al.
Alzheimer's & dementia : the journal of the Alzheimer's Association, 12(12), 1273-1287 (2016-06-22)
Memory loss and increased anxiety are clinical hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Kallikrein-8 is a protease implicated in memory acquisition and anxiety, and its mRNA is known to be up-regulated in AD-affected human hippocampus. Therefore, an involvement of Kallikrein-8 in
Péter Nagy et al.
Autophagy, 10(3), 453-467 (2014-01-15)
Phagophore-derived autophagosomes deliver cytoplasmic material to lysosomes for degradation and reuse. Autophagy mediated by the incompletely characterized actions of Atg proteins is involved in numerous physiological and pathological settings including stress resistance, immunity, aging, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases. Here we
Jong Woo Lee et al.
PloS one, 10(4), e0122628-e0122628 (2015-04-22)
Lung adenocarcinoma, the most common subtype of lung cancer, is the leading cause of cancer death worldwide. Despite attempts for the treatment of lung cancer which have been accumulating, promising new therapies are still needed. Here, we found that cyclic-AMP
Clémence Richetta et al.
PLoS pathogens, 9(9), e1003599-e1003599 (2013-10-03)
The interplay between autophagy and intracellular pathogens is intricate as autophagy is an essential cellular response to fight against infections, whereas numerous microbes have developed strategies to escape this process or even exploit it to their own benefit. The fine
Marine Maud Desgeorges et al.
Scientific reports, 7(1), 14000-14000 (2017-10-27)
In stroke patients, loss of skeletal muscle mass leads to prolonged weakness and less efficient rehabilitation. We previously showed that expression of myostatin, a master negative regulator of skeletal muscle mass, was strongly increased in skeletal muscle in a mouse
Sören Mai et al.
Autophagy, 8(1), 47-62 (2011-12-16)
Mitochondrial health is maintained by the quality control mechanisms of mitochondrial dynamics (fission and fusion) and mitophagy. Decline of these processes is thought to contribute to aging and neurodegenerative diseases. To investigate the role of mitochondrial quality control in aging
Mandy Oj Grootaert et al.
Autophagy, 11(11), 2014-2032 (2015-09-24)
Autophagy is triggered in vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs) of diseased arterial vessels. However, the role of VSMC autophagy in cardiovascular disease is poorly understood. Therefore, we investigated the effect of defective autophagy on VSMC survival and phenotype and its
Julian Nüchel et al.
Autophagy, 14(3), 465-486 (2018-01-04)
TGFB1 (transforming growth factor beta 1) is a potent cytokine playing a driving role in development, fibrosis and cancer. It is synthesized as prodomain-growth factor complex that requires tethering to LTBP (latent transforming growth factor beta binding protein) for efficient
N Mizushima et al.
The Journal of cell biology, 152(4), 657-668 (2001-03-27)
In macroautophagy, cytoplasmic components are delivered to lysosomes for degradation via autophagosomes that are formed by closure of cup-shaped isolation membranes. However, how the isolation membranes are formed is poorly understood. We recently found in yeast that a novel ubiquitin-like
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Noboru Mizushima et al.
Journal of cell science, 116(Pt 9), 1679-1688 (2003-04-01)
Macroautophagy is the major intracellular degradation system delivering cytoplasmic components to the lysosome/vacuole. We have shown that, in yeast and mammalian cells, the Apg12-Apg5 protein conjugate, which is formed by a ubiquitin-like system, is essential for autophagosome formation. In yeast
Arne Herring et al.
Alzheimer's & dementia : the journal of the Alzheimer's Association, 12(12), 1273-1287 (2016-06-22)
Memory loss and increased anxiety are clinical hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Kallikrein-8 is a protease implicated in memory acquisition and anxiety, and its mRNA is known to be up-regulated in AD-affected human hippocampus. Therefore, an involvement of Kallikrein-8 in
Isabel Pombo Grégoire et al.
PLoS pathogens, 7(12), e1002422-e1002422 (2011-12-17)
Autophagy is a conserved degradative pathway used as a host defense mechanism against intracellular pathogens. However, several viruses can evade or subvert autophagy to insure their own replication. Nevertheless, the molecular details of viral interaction with autophagy remain largely unknown.
Kyle Caution et al.
Journal of cystic fibrosis : official journal of the European Cystic Fibrosis Society, 18(4), 491-500 (2019-02-10)
Autophagy is a highly regulated, biological process that provides energy during periods of stress and starvation. This conserved process also acts as a defense mechanism and clears microbes from the host cell. Autophagy is impaired in Cystic Fibrosis (CF) patients
Péter Nagy et al.
Autophagy, 10(3), 453-467 (2014-01-15)
Phagophore-derived autophagosomes deliver cytoplasmic material to lysosomes for degradation and reuse. Autophagy mediated by the incompletely characterized actions of Atg proteins is involved in numerous physiological and pathological settings including stress resistance, immunity, aging, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases. Here we
Mia F Tazi et al.
Autophagy, 12(11), 2026-2037 (2016-11-02)
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a fatal, genetic disorder that critically affects the lungs and is directly caused by mutations in the CF transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) gene, resulting in defective CFTR function. Macroautophagy/autophagy is a highly regulated biological process that
Kumsal Ayse Tekirdag et al.
Autophagy, 9(3), 374-385 (2013-01-17)
Macroautophagy (autophagy herein) is a cellular catabolic mechanism activated in response to stress conditions including starvation, hypoxia and misfolded protein accumulation. Abnormalities in autophagy were associated with pathologies including cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. Hence, elucidation of the signaling pathways controlling
Clémence Richetta et al.
PLoS pathogens, 9(9), e1003599-e1003599 (2013-10-03)
The interplay between autophagy and intracellular pathogens is intricate as autophagy is an essential cellular response to fight against infections, whereas numerous microbes have developed strategies to escape this process or even exploit it to their own benefit. The fine
Shintaro Seto et al.
PloS one, 8(12), e86017-e86017 (2014-01-01)
Mycobacterium tuberculosis is an intracellular pathogen that can survive within phagocytic cells by inhibiting phagolysosome biogenesis. However, host cells can control the intracellular M. tuberculosis burden by the induction of autophagy. The mechanism of autophagosome formation to M. tuberculosis has
Defective autophagy in vascular smooth muscle cells accelerates senescence and promotes neointima formation and atherogenesis
Grootaert M O A J, et al.
Autophagy, 11(11), 2014-2032 (2015)
Yun Zhang et al.
EBioMedicine, 33, 242-252 (2018-07-13)
Mucus secretion accumulation in the airways may act as a contributing factor for the development of airflow limitation in severe fetal asthma patients. Accumulated evidences showed that transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β) plays a regulatory role in airway remodeling including
Zhaoxia Zhang et al.
Infection and immunity, 88(5) (2020-02-26)
Gamma interferon (IFN-γ)-induced innate immune responses play important roles in the inhibition of Toxoplasma gondii infection. It has been reported that IFN-γ stimulates non-acidification-dependent growth restriction of T. gondii in HeLa cells, but the mechanism remains unclear. Here, we found
Denitsa S Petkova et al.
Viruses, 9(5) (2017-05-23)
Autophagy is a potent cell autonomous defense mechanism that engages the lysosomal pathway to fight intracellular pathogens. Several autophagy receptors can recognize invading pathogens in order to target them towards autophagy for their degradation after the fusion of pathogen-containing autophagosomes
Marwa Khabir et al.
Journal of virology, 94(4) (2019-11-22)
A substantial number of viruses have been demonstrated to subvert autophagy to promote their own replication. Recent publications have reported the proviral effect of autophagy induction on hepatitis B virus (HBV) replication. Hepatitis delta virus (HDV) is a defective virus
Autophagy adaptor protein p62/SQSTM1 and autophagy-related gene Atg5 mediate autophagosome formation in response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in dendritic cells
Seto S, et al.
PLoS ONE, 8(12), e86017-e86017 (2013)
Secil Erbil et al.
The Journal of biological chemistry, 291(32), 16753-16765 (2016-06-22)
Autophagy is biological mechanism allowing recycling of long-lived proteins, abnormal protein aggregates, and damaged organelles under cellular stress conditions. Following sequestration in double- or multimembrane autophagic vesicles, the cargo is delivered to lysosomes for degradation. ATG5 is a key component
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