Autophagy in Immune Response Impact on Cancer Immunotherapy

Autophagy in Immune Response  Impact on Cancer Immunotherapy
Author: Salem Chouaib
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 242
Release: 2020-05-11
ISBN 10: 0128227575
ISBN 13: 9780128227572
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Autophagy in Immune Response Impact on Cancer Immunotherapy Book Review:

Autophagy in Immune Response: Impact on Cancer Immunotherapy focuses on the status and future directions of autophagy with respect to different aspects of its interaction with the immune system and immunotherapy. The book takes scientific research in autophagy a step further by presenting reputable information on the topic and offering integrated content with advancements in autophagy, from cell biology and biochemical research, to clinical treatments. This book is a valuable source for cancer researchers, oncologists, graduate students and several members of biomedical field who are interested in learning more on the relationship between autophagy and immunotherapies. Presents updated knowledge on autophagy at the basic level and its potential use in cancer treatment Offers the first book to cover autophagy at the interface of cell biology, immunology and tumor biology Provides a wealth of information on the topic in a coherent and comprehensive collection of contributions by world renowned scientists and investigators

Autophagy and Cancer

Autophagy and Cancer
Author: Hong-Gang Wang
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 261
Release: 2013-03-30
ISBN 10: 1461465613
ISBN 13: 9781461465614
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Autophagy and Cancer Book Review:

With the explosion of information on autophagy in cancer, this is an opportune time to speed the efforts to translate our current knowledge about autophagy regulation into better understanding of its role in cancer. This book will cover the latest advances in this area from the basics, such as the molecular machinery for autophagy induction and regulation, up to the current areas of interest such as modulation of autophagy and drug discovery for cancer prevention and treatment. The text will include an explanation on how autophagy can function in both oncogenesis and tumor suppression and a description of its function in tumor development and tumor suppression through its roles in cell survival, cell death, cell growth as well as its influences on inflammation, immunity, DNA damage, oxidative stress, tumor microenvironment, etc. The remaining chapters will cover topics on autophagy and cancer therapy. These pages will serve as a description on how the pro-survival function of autophagy may help cancer cells resist chemotherapy and radiation treatment as well as how the pro-death functions of autophagy may enhance cell death in response to cancer therapy, and how to target autophagy for cancer prevention and therapy − what to target and how to target it. ​

Systems Biology in Cancer Immunotherapy

Systems Biology in Cancer Immunotherapy
Author: Mahbuba Rahman
Publsiher: Bentham Science Publishers
Total Pages: 165
Release: 2016-06-07
ISBN 10: 1681083078
ISBN 13: 9781681083070
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Systems Biology in Cancer Immunotherapy Book Review:

Over the past decades, systems biology approaches have been applied in different areas of life science research including oncology. Researchers now understand the hallmarks of cancer cells such as abnormal cell growth, inflammation, dysregulated metabolic pathways and drug resistance properties at a molecular level. Systems biology approaches have enabled researchers to investigate cancer immunology by identifying cancer related biomarkers on immune cells, and to study the effect of different therapies in tissue cultures and mouse models. Systems Biology in Cancer Immunotherapy explains the scope of systems biology in understanding the immune response to neoplasms. The book introduces readers to the concepts crucial to cancer immunology before delving into the applied systems biology topics such as the metabolic pathways in cancer cells, the biomolecular roles of signal transduction molecules and their respective biochemical pathways ad cancer immunotherapy. A brief conclusion at the end also provides some information from a clinical and commercial perspective on cancer immunotherapy. This volume is intended as an introductory reference for life science and medical students, researchers and academics interested in the application of systems biology to the immune system in oncology research and chemotherapy practice.

Autophagy in tumor and tumor microenvironment

Autophagy in tumor and tumor microenvironment
Author: Sujit Kumar Bhutia
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 280
Release: 2020-10-24
ISBN 10: 9811569304
ISBN 13: 9789811569302
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Autophagy in tumor and tumor microenvironment Book Review:

This book deals with the paradoxical role of autophagy in tumor suppression and tumor promotion in cancer cells. Autophagy plays opposing, context-dependent roles in tumors; accordingly, strategies based on inhibiting or stimulating autophagy could offer as potential cancer therapies. The book elucidates the physiological role of autophagy in modulating cancer metastasis, which is the primary cause of cancer-associated mortality. Further, it reviews its role in the differentiation, development, and activation of multiple immune cells, and its potential applications in tumor immunotherapy. In addition, it examines the effect of epigenetic modifications of autophagy-associated genes in regulating tumor growth and therapeutic response and summarizes autophagy’s role in the development of resistance to a variety of anti-cancer drugs in cancer cells. In closing, it assesses autophagy as a potential therapeutic target for cancer treatment. Given its scope, the book offers a valuable asset for all oncologists and researchers who wish to understand the potential role of autophagy in tumor biology.

Autophagy Cancer Other Pathologies Inflammation Immunity Infection and Aging

Autophagy  Cancer  Other Pathologies  Inflammation  Immunity  Infection  and Aging
Author: M. A. Hayat
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 430
Release: 2016-12-28
ISBN 10: 0128094273
ISBN 13: 9780128094273
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Autophagy Cancer Other Pathologies Inflammation Immunity Infection and Aging Book Review:

Autophagy: Cancer, Other Pathologies, Inflammation, Immunity, Infection, and Aging is an eleven volume series that discusses in detail all aspects of autophagy machinery in the context of health, cancer, and other pathologies. Autophagy maintains homeostasis during starvation or stress conditions by balancing the synthesis of cellular components and their deregulation by autophagy. This series discusses the characterization of autophagosome-enriched vaccines and its efficacy in cancer immunotherapy. Autophagy serves to maintain healthy cells, tissues, and organs, but also promotes cancer survival and growth of established tumors. Impaired or deregulated autophagy can also contribute to disease pathogenesis. Understanding the importance and necessity of the role of autophagy in health and disease is vital for the studies of cancer, aging, neurodegeneration, immunology, and infectious diseases. Comprehensive and forward-thinking, these books offer a valuable guide to cellular processes while also inciting researchers to explore their potentially important connections. Presents the most advanced information regarding the role of the autophagic system in life and death Examines whether autophagy acts fundamentally as a cell survivor or cell death pathway or both Introduces new, more effective therapeutic strategies in the development of targeted drugs and programmed cell death, providing information that will aid in preventing detrimental inflammation Features recent advancements in the molecular mechanisms underlying a large number of genetic and epigenetic diseases and abnormalities, including atherosclerosis and CNS tumors, and their development and treatment Includes chapters authored by leaders in the field around the globe—the broadest, most expert coverage available

Self Eating on Demand Autophagy in Cancer and Cancer Therapy

Self Eating  on  Demand   Autophagy  in  Cancer  and  Cancer  Therapy
Author: Patrizia Agostinis,Jon D. Lane
Publsiher: Frontiers Media SA
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2018-02-19
ISBN 10: 2889454223
ISBN 13: 9782889454228
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Self Eating on Demand Autophagy in Cancer and Cancer Therapy Book Review:

Macroautophagy, the major lysosomal pathway for recycling intracellular components including whole organelles, has emerged as a key process modulating tumorigenesis, tumor–stroma interactions, and cancer therapy. An impressive number of studies over the past decade have unraveled the plastic role of autophagy during tumor development and dissemination. The discoveries that autophagy may either support or repress neoplastic growth and contextually favor or weaken resistance and impact antitumor immunity have spurred efforts from many laboratories trying to conceptualize the complex role of autophagy in cancer using cellular and preclinical models. This complexity is further accentuated by recent findings highlighting that various autophagy-related genes have roles beyond this catabolic mechanism and interface with oncogenic pathways, other trafficking and degradation mechanisms and the cell death machinery. From a therapeutic perspective, knowledge of how autophagy modulates the tumor microenvironment is crucial to devise autophagy-targeting strategies using smart combination of drugs or anticancer modalities. This eBook contains a collection of reviews by autophagy researchers and provides a background to the state-of-the-art in the field of autophagy in cancer, focusing on various aspects of autophagy regulation ranging from its molecular components to its cell autonomous role, e.g. in cell division and oncogenesis, miRNAs regulation, cross-talk with cell death pathways as well as cell non-autonomous role, e.g. in secretion, interface with tumor stroma and clinical prospects of autophagy-based biomarkers and autophagy modulators in anticancer therapy. This eBook is part of the TransAutophagy initiative to better understand the clinical implications of autophagy in cancer.

Autophagy A Double Edged Sword

Autophagy   A Double Edged Sword
Author: Yannick Bailly
Publsiher: BoD – Books on Demand
Total Pages: 524
Release: 2013-04-17
ISBN 10: 9535110624
ISBN 13: 9789535110620
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Autophagy A Double Edged Sword Book Review:

The chapters in this book review the latest advances in the molecular mechanisms of autophagy, highlighting some of the most challenging research topics. The focus is mainly on how this basic cell defense mechanism comes into play in various pathologies, including liver diseases, myopathies, infectious diseases, cancers and neurodegenerative diseases. In these diseases, the contradictory autophagy roles of cell survival versus cell death emphasize the necessity of taking into account this double-edged nature in future development of already promising, autophagy- modulating, therapies.

Autophagy in Health and Disease

Autophagy in Health and Disease
Author: Roberta A. Gottlieb
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 227
Release: 2012-10-16
ISBN 10: 0123851017
ISBN 13: 9780123851017
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Autophagy in Health and Disease Book Review:

Autophagy in Health and Disease offers an overview of the latest research in autophagy with a translational emphasis. This publication takes scientific research in autophagy a step further and offers integrated content with advancements in autophagy from cell biology and biochemical research to clinical treatments. A necessary reference for the bookshelf of medical and scientific researchers and students, Autophagy in Health and Disease presents high quality, reputable information on autophagy, allowing the reader quick access to the most applicable information. Discusses current understanding of the roles of autophagy in health and disease Covers the background of autophagy, the development of tools and therapeutics to measure and modulate autophagy, and autophagy in tissues and disease processes Features an accompanying website with figures and tables

Autophagy Regulation of the Tumor Immunity An Old Machinery for a New Function

Autophagy Regulation of the Tumor Immunity   An Old Machinery for a New Function
Author: Tsolere Arakelian
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2015
ISBN 10: 1928374650XXX
ISBN 13: OCLC:1154291568
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Autophagy Regulation of the Tumor Immunity An Old Machinery for a New Function Book Review:

Cancer was initially thought to be just a disease of cells with deregulated gene expression. It may be more accurate to consider cancer as a disease of the microenvironment. Despite the remarkable and fairly rapid progress over the past two decades regarding the role of the microenvironment in cancer biology and treatment, our understanding of its actual contribution to cancer resistance is still poor and fragmented. Nevertheless, the microenvironment is now considered to be of critical importance during the initiation and progression of carcinogenesis since it is involved in shaping and remodeling stroma reactivity and in reprogramming phenotypic and functional plasticity. Therefore, the tumor microenvironment represents an important hallmark of cancer, and the challenge now is to better understand how the tumor microenvironment participates in the emergence of immune-resistant tumor cell variants, which appears to be the greatest impediment to successful immunotherapy. In this context, autophagy has recently emerged as a new player in regulating the antitumor immune response under hostile tumor microenvironment. In this review, we will summarize recent data describing how autophagy activation under hypoxic stress impairs the antitumor immune response. In addition, we will discuss how tumor manages to hide from the immune attack and either mounts a "counterattack" or develops resistance to immune cells. In particular, we will focus on the effect of hypoxia-induced autophagy in allowing tumor cells to outmaneuver an effective immune response and escape from immunosurveillance. It is our belief that autophagy may represent a conceptual realm for new immunotherapeutic strategies aiming to block immune escape and therefore providing rational approach to future tumor immunotherapy design.

Immunogenic Cell Death in Cancer From Benchside Research to Bedside Reality

Immunogenic Cell Death in Cancer  From Benchside Research to Bedside Reality
Author: Abhishek D Garg,Patrizia Agostinis
Publsiher: Frontiers Media SA
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2016-04-29
ISBN 10: 2889198383
ISBN 13: 9782889198382
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Immunogenic Cell Death in Cancer From Benchside Research to Bedside Reality Book Review:

Classically, anti-cancer therapies have always been applied with the primary aim of tumor debulking achieved through widespread induction of cancer cell death. While the role of host immune system is frequently considered as host protective in various (antigen-bearing) pathologies or infections yet in case of cancer overtime it was proposed that the host immune system either plays no role in therapeutic efficacy or plays a limited role that is therapeutically unemployable. The concept that the immune system is dispensable for the efficacy of anticancer therapies lingered on for a substantial amount of time; not only because evidence supporting the claim that anti-cancer immunity played a role were mainly contradictory, but also largely because it was considered acceptable (and sometimes still is) to test anticancer therapies in immunodeficient mice (i.e. SCID/athymic mice lacking adaptive immune system). This latter practice played a detrimental role in appreciating the role of anticancer immunity in cancer therapy. This scenario is epitomized by the fact that for a long time the very existence of cancer-associated antigens or cancer-associated ‘danger signaling’ remained controversial. However, over last several years this dogmatic view has been considerably modified. The existence of cancer-associated antigens and ‘danger signaling’ has been proven to be incontrovertible. These developments have together paved way for the establishment of the attractive concept of “immunogenic cell death” (ICD). It has been established that a restricted class of chemotherapeutics/targeted therapeutics, radiotherapy, photodynamic therapy and certain oncolytic viruses can induce a form of cancer cell death called ICD which is accompanied by spatiotemporally defined emission of danger signals. These danger signals along with other factors help cancer cells undergoing ICD to activate host innate immune cells, which in turn activate T cell-based immunity that helps eradicate live (or residual) surviving cancer cells. The emergence of ICD has been marred by some controversy. ICD has been criticized to be either experimental model or setting-specific or mostly a concept based on rodent studies that may have very limited implications for clinical application. However, in recent times it has emerged (through mainly retrospective or prognostic studies) that ICD can work in various human clinical settings hinting towards clinical applicability of ICD. However a widespread consensus on this issue is still transitional. In the current Research Topic we aimed to organize and intensify a discussion that strives to bring together the academic and clinical research community in order to provide a background to the current state-of-the-art in ICD associated bench-side research and to initiate fruitful discussions on present and future prospects of ICD translating towards the clinical, bedside reality.

Targeting the Tumor Microenvironment for a More Effective and Efficient Cancer Immunotherapy

Targeting the Tumor Microenvironment for a More Effective and Efficient Cancer Immunotherapy
Author: Salem Chouaib,James Lorens
Publsiher: Frontiers Media SA
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2020-07-02
ISBN 10: 2889638170
ISBN 13: 9782889638178
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Targeting the Tumor Microenvironment for a More Effective and Efficient Cancer Immunotherapy Book Review:

Harnessing Oncolytic Virus mediated Antitumor Immunity

Harnessing Oncolytic Virus mediated Antitumor Immunity
Author: Philippe Fournier,Volker Schirrmacher
Publsiher: Frontiers Media SA
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2015-03-02
ISBN 10: 2889194507
ISBN 13: 9782889194506
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Harnessing Oncolytic Virus mediated Antitumor Immunity Book Review:

Oncolytic viruses (OVs) have emerged as a promising anticancer treatment. OVs selectively infect, replicate in, and kill tumor cells. Oncolytic viral therapy occurs in two phases: an initial phase where the virus mediates direct oncolysis of tumor cells, and a second phase where an induced post-oncolytic immune response continues to mediate tumor destruction and retards progression of the disease. For a long time, the therapeutic efficacy was thought to depend mainly on the direct viral oncolysis based on their tumor selective replication and killing activities. But the post-oncolytic anti-tumor activity induced by the OV therapy is also a key factor for an efficient therapeutic activity. The topic adresses various strategies how to optimize OVs anti-tumor activity.

Targeting Autophagy in Cancer Therapy

Targeting Autophagy in Cancer Therapy
Author: Jin-Ming Yang
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 141
Release: 2016-09-02
ISBN 10: 3319427407
ISBN 13: 9783319427409
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Targeting Autophagy in Cancer Therapy Book Review:

This volume will detail the current state and perspectives of autophagy-based cancer therapy. Covering a wide range of topics, it will include an overview of autophagy as a therapeutic target in cancer, autophagy modulators as cancer therapeutic agents, implications of micro-RNA-regulated autophagy in cancer therapy, modulation of autophagy through targeting PI3 kinase in cancer therapy, targeting autophagy in cancer stem cells, and roles of autophagy in cancer immunotherapy. In addition, the volume will review applications of system biology and bioinformatics approaches to discovering cancer therapeutic targets in the autophagy regulatory network. The volume will be beneficial for a variety of basic and clinical scientists, including cancer biologists, autophagy researchers, pharmacologists, and clinical oncologists who wish to delve more deeply into this field of cancer research. This volume will be the first book to focus solely on autophagy as a target in cancer therapy. As well, it will comprehensively discuss the roles of autophagy in most currently available cancer treatments.

Autophagy Cancer Other Pathologies Inflammation Immunity Infection and Aging

Autophagy  Cancer  Other Pathologies  Inflammation  Immunity  Infection  and Aging
Author: M. A. Hayat
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 360
Release: 2013-07-29
ISBN 10: 0124055354
ISBN 13: 9780124055353
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Autophagy Cancer Other Pathologies Inflammation Immunity Infection and Aging Book Review:

Understanding the importance and necessity of the role of autophagy in health and disease is vital for the studies of cancer, aging, neurodegeneration, immunology, and infectious diseases. Comprehensive and forward thinking, these books offer a valuable guide to both cellular processes while inciting researchers to explore their potentially important connections. Considering that autophagy is associated with numerous biological processes, including cellular development and differentiation, cancer (both antitumor and protumor functions), immunity, infectious diseases, inflammation, maintenance of homeostasis, response to cellular stress, and degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson's, Huntington's, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and prion diseases, there is a great need to understanding its role. Cell homeostasis is achieved by balancing biosynthesis and cellular turnover. In spite of the increasing importance of autophagy in various pathophysiological situations (conditions) mentioned above, this process remains underestimated and overlooked. As a consequence, its role in the initiation, stability, maintenance, and progression of these and other diseases (e.g., autoimmune disease) remains poorly understood. Volumes in the Series

Hypoxia and Human Diseases

Hypoxia and Human Diseases
Author: Jing Zheng,Chi Zhou
Publsiher: BoD – Books on Demand
Total Pages: 454
Release: 2017-02-01
ISBN 10: 9535128957
ISBN 13: 9789535128953
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Hypoxia and Human Diseases Book Review:

This book contains a total of 21 chapters, each of which was written by experts in the corresponding field. The objective of this book is to provide a comprehensive and updated overview of cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying hypoxia's impacts on human health, as well as current advances and future directions in the detection, recognition, and management of hypoxia-related disorders. This collection of articles provides a clear update in the area of hypoxia research for biomedical researchers, medical students, nurse practitioners, and practicing clinicians in the fields of high altitude biology, cardiovascular biology and medicine, tumor oncology, obstetrics, pediatrics, and orthodontics and for others who may be interested in hypoxia.

Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy Cellular Methods Part B

Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy   Cellular Methods Part B
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 586
Release: 2020-01-29
ISBN 10: 0128186763
ISBN 13: 9780128186763
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy Cellular Methods Part B Book Review:

Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy – Cellular Methods Part B, Volume 632, the latest release in the Methods in Enzymology series, continues the legacy of this premier serial with quality chapters authored by leaders in the field. Topics covered include Quantitation of calreticulin exposure associated with immunogenic cell death, Side-by-side comparisons of flow cytometry and immunohistochemistry for detection of calreticulin exposure in the course of immunogenic cell death, Quantitative determination of phagocytosis by bone marrow-derived dendritic cells via imaging flow cytometry, Cytofluorometric assessment of dendritic cell-mediated uptake of cancer cell apoptotic bodies, Methods to assess DC-dependent priming of T cell responses by dying cells, and more. Contains content written by authorities in the field Provides a comprehensive view on the topics covered Includes a high level of detail

Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy Integrated Methods Part B

Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy   Integrated Methods Part B
Author: Nils-Petter Rudqvist
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 412
Release: 2020-04
ISBN 10: 0128206675
ISBN 13: 9780128206676
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy Integrated Methods Part B Book Review:

Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy - Integrated Methods Part B, Volume 636 in the Methods in Enzymology series, continues the legacy of this premier serial with quality chapters authored by leaders in the field. Chapters in this update include Quantification methods of Transforming Growth Factor beta (TGF˗β) activity in the setting of cancer immunotherapy, Decoding cancer cell death-driven immune cell recruitment: An in vivo method for site-of-vaccination analyses, Tracking and interrogating tissue-resident and recruited microglia in brain tumors, Metabolomics and lipidomics of the tumor microenvironment, Monitoring abscopal responses to radiation in mice, and much more.

Oncoimmunology

Oncoimmunology
Author: Laurence Zitvogel,Guido Kroemer
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 724
Release: 2017-12-13
ISBN 10: 3319624318
ISBN 13: 9783319624310
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Oncoimmunology Book Review:

In this book, leading experts in cancer immunotherapy join forces to provide a comprehensive guide that sets out the main principles of oncoimmunology and examines the latest advances and their implications for clinical practice, focusing in particular on drugs with FDA/EMA approvals and breakthrough status. The aim is to deliver a landmark educational tool that will serve as the definitive reference for MD and PhD students while also meeting the needs of established researchers and healthcare professionals. Immunotherapy-based approaches are now inducing long-lasting clinical responses across multiple histological types of neoplasia, in previously difficult-to-treat metastatic cancers. The future challenges for oncologists are to understand and exploit the cellular and molecular components of complex immune networks, to optimize combinatorial regimens, to avoid immune-related side effects, and to plan immunomonitoring studies for biomarker discovery. The editors hope that this book will guide future and established health professionals toward the effective application of cancer immunology and immunotherapy and contribute significantly to further progress in the field.

Autophagy Cancer Other Pathologies Inflammation Immunity Infection and Aging

Autophagy  Cancer  Other Pathologies  Inflammation  Immunity  Infection  and Aging
Author: M. A. Hayat
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 338
Release: 2014-09-26
ISBN 10: 0128010541
ISBN 13: 9780128010549
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Autophagy Cancer Other Pathologies Inflammation Immunity Infection and Aging Book Review:

Understanding the importance and necessity of the role of autophagy in health and disease is vital for the studies of cancer, aging, neurodegeneration, immunology, and infectious diseases. Comprehensive and up-to-date, this book offers a valuable guide to these cellular processes whilst inciting researchers to explore their potentially important connections. Volume 5 comprehensively describes the role of autophagy in human diseases, delivering coverage of the antitumor and protumor roles of autophagy; the therapeutic inhibition of autophagy in cancer; and the duality of autophagy’s effects in various cardiovascular, metabolic, and neurodegenerative disorders. In spite of the increasing importance of autophagy in the various pathophysiological conditions mentioned above, this process remains underestimated and overlooked. As a consequence, its role in the initiation, stability, maintenance, and progression of these and other diseases remains poorly understood. This book is an asset to newcomers as a concise overview of the diverse disease implications of autophagy, while serving as an excellent reference for more experienced scientists and clinicians looking to update their knowledge. Volumes in the Series

Non Canonical Autophagy

Non Canonical Autophagy
Author: Giulia Petroni,Lorenzo Galluzzi
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 182
Release: 2021-05-01
ISBN 10: 0128209119
ISBN 13: 9780128209110
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Non Canonical Autophagy Book Review:

Non-canonical Autophagy: Mechanisms and Pathophysiological Implications outlines the differences between ‘canonical’ and ‘non-canonical’ forms of autophagy, highlighting the discoveries concerning the molecular mechanisms underlying these unconventional forms of autophagy and the advancements in pathophysiological features of ‘non-canonical’ autophagy. The book discusses all forms of ‘non-canonical’ autophagy and the complexity of autophagy-dependent cell death. Readers will gain a better understanding of mechanisms underlying ‘non-canonical’ autophagy so that they can interpret the biological effects of autophagy correctly and identify reliable, novel and effective treatment strategies. Presents the most advanced information surrounding the molecular mechanisms underlying non-canonical autophagy Outlines the increasing evidence regarding the involvement of non-canonical autophagy in multiple physiological and pathological processes Discusses the therapeutic potential of autophagy modulators and the obstacles that have limited their development