BioProbes 62, March 2010
When it comes to managing stress, our cells function like efficient machines, quickly assessing the situation and finding ways to adjust. Autophagy is one way that cells deal with typical day-to-day stress as well as unexpected disasters. The cellular machinery either digests the damaged or defective molecules, effectively eliminating the stressors that threaten cell health. Read more about cell stress
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- Probes for Visualizing Secretory Transport and Autophagy—Illuminating Organelle Dynamics in Live Cells
- Optimal Pairing of Dyes and Antibodies for Flow Cytometry
- A Closer Look at Mitochondrial Dysfunction With MitoSOX™ Red Mitochondrial Superoxide Indicator
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