Series on Autophagy

Autophagy is a catabolic process through which cells replenish their macromolecular stores in response to nutrient deficiency, and also maintain homeostatic health and survival by degrading damaged proteins and organelles. Autophagy has emerged as a fundamental and conserved cellular mechanism with complex roles in health and disease. Nature Cell Biology presents a series of specially commissioned articles that will discuss recent advances and outstanding questions driving this expanding and diverse field. An accompanying online library contains research and Review articles on this topic published in the past two years by Nature Cell Biology and the Nature journals.

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