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Proteomics analysis of autophagy-deficient Atg7-/- MEFs reveals a close relationship between F-actin and autophagy

Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications

Jul 16, 2013

Cuiqin ZhuoYifei Wang

Abstract

Autophagy plays a crucial role in a wide array of physiological processes. To uncover the complex regulatory networks and mechanisms underlying basal autophagy, we performed a quantitative proteomics analysis of autophagy-deficient mouse embryonic fibroblast cells (MEFs) using iTRAQ lab...read more

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Microtubule-Associated Protein 3
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Isoactin
Atg7 protein, mouse
Filamentous Actin Location
ATG7 gene
Myopathy, X-LINKED, With Excessive Autophagy (Disorder)
Phagosomes
Physiological Processes
Autophagic Vacuole Assembly
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Proteomics analysis of autophagy-deficient Atg7-/- MEFs reveals a close relationship between F-actin and autophagy

Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications

Jul 16, 2013

Cuiqin ZhuoYifei Wang

PMID: 23850690

DOI: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2013.06.111

Abstract

Autophagy plays a crucial role in a wide array of physiological processes. To uncover the complex regulatory networks and mechanisms underlying basal autophagy, we performed a quantitative proteomics analysis of autophagy-deficient mouse embryonic fibroblast cells (MEFs) using iTRAQ lab...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Microtubule-Associated Protein 3
Mouse Embryonic Fibroblast
Isoactin
Atg7 protein, mouse
Filamentous Actin Location
ATG7 gene
Myopathy, X-LINKED, With Excessive Autophagy (Disorder)
Phagosomes
Physiological Processes
Autophagic Vacuole Assembly

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