• Critical role of SCD1 in autophagy regulation via lipogenesis and lipid rafts-coupled AKT-FOXO1 signaling pathway
  • Symbiophagy and biomineralization in the “living fossil” <i>Astrosclera willeyana</i>
  • BECN1/Beclin 1 is recruited into lipid rafts by prion to activate autophagy in response to amyloid β 42
  • Label-free detection and dynamic monitoring of drug-induced intracellular vesicle formation enabled using a 2-dimensional matched filter

Critical role of SCD1 in autophagy regulation via lipogenesis and lipid rafts-coupled AKT-FOXO1 signaling pathway

Shi-Hao Tan, Guanghou Shui, Jing Zhou, Yin Shi, Jingxiang Huang, Dajing Xia, Markus R Wenk and Han-Ming Shen

 Symbiophagy and biomineralization in the “living fossil” Astrosclera willeyana

Daniel J Jackson and Gert Wörheide

BECN1/Beclin 1 is recruited into lipid rafts by prion to activate autophagy in response to amyloid β 42

Jihoon Nah, Jong-Ok Pyo, Sunmin Jung, Seung-Min Yoo, Tae-In Kam, JaeWoong Chang, Jonghee Han, Seong Soo A. An, Takashi Onodera and Yong-Keun Jung

Label-free detection and dynamic monitoring of drug-induced intracellular vesicle formation enabled using a 2-dimensional matched filter

Obaid Aftab, Mårten Fryknäs, Xiaonan Zhang, Angelo De Milito, Ulf Hammerling, Stig Linder, Rolf Larsson and Mats G Gustafsson

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September 2014

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Yersinia pseudotuberculosis is contained within single-membrane, non-acidic, LC3-positive vacuoles in HeLa cells as observed using correlative light-electron microscopy (CLEM). The upper panel shows the confocal light scanning microscopy (CLSM) image of one infected cell labeled with DAPI (blue) and stably expressing mRFP-GFP-LC3. The lower panel shows the corresponding transmission electron microscopy (TEM) image. The insets show dividing bacteria inside a non-acidic vacuole positive for mRFP and GFP with a single limiting membrane. For more information, see Ligeon et al., pp. 1588–1602.

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