Autophagy Related ProteinsAutophagy is a catabolic trafficking pathway for bulk destruction/ turnover of long-lived proteins and organelles via regulated lysosomal degradaton. This process has been shown to be important in cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, and cardiovascular diseases. The process consists of sequential signaling, sequestration of cytoplasm, formation of a unique double membrane vesicle (autophagosome), targeting of the completed vesicle to the lysosome/vacuole followed by docking and fusion, and breakdown.
From the hallmark autophagy antibody APG8 (MAPLC3) to the newest autophagy antibodies such as LAMP and APG1, rely on the most extensive collection of autophagy antibodies, see table below.
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|Autophagy Protein Detection Set||PSI-1813-PS||1 set||702 €||DETAILS||Add to Cart|
|ER Signaling Protein Detection Set||PSI-1814-PS||1 set||600 €||DETAILS||Add to Cart|