Methods in enzymology vol 587: molecular characterization of autophagic responses, Part A

GALLUZZI, L ed
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BRAVO-SAN PEDRO, J M ed
KROEMER, G ed
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USA Elsevier Inc / Academic Press 2017
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9780128096758
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xxix 561p
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E-BOOKS
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LIFE SCIENCES
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Summary
In this book, world-leading experts in the field offer a comprehensive panel of techniques that can be used to measure virtually all aspects of autophagy, in vitro and in vivo. Thus, each of the 55 chapters provides a detailed description of one or a few protocols that are suitable for the characterization of autophagy in models as diverse as cultured human cancer cells, mice, fish, insects, worms, plants, and yeasts.