LE WE PMID CA
ATG58046ATG5

3 methyladenosine ttAutophagy

Apoptosis

ATG5

ATG6 Beclin1

ATG9

Autophagy

BAR protein domain

Bid

Bif1 SH3GLB1 Endophilin B

CathepsinB

Cell stress (ER stress)

Ceramide

EIF2AK3 PERK

hVps34

Interleukin24 MDA7

JNK

LC3

OSU 03012 AR 12

Prostate (Neoplasia)

UVRAG

Vps34

2007  
1
Atg5 and Bcl-2 provide novel insights into the interplay between apoptosis and autophagy.
[17431417] Cell Death Differ 14(7): 1247-50 (2007)
2009  
2
Bif-1/endophilin B1: a candidate for crescent driving force in autophagy.
[19265852] Cell Death Differ 16(7): 947-55 (2009)
2011  
3
Autophagy switches to apoptosis in prostate cancer cells infected with melanoma differentiation associated gene-7/interleukin-24 (mda-7/IL-24).
[21610321] Autophagy 7(9): 1076-7 (2011)
2010  
4
OSU-03012 enhances Ad.7-induced GBM cell killing via ER stress and autophagy and by decreasing expression of mitochondrial protective proteins.
[20107314] Cancer Biol Ther 9(7): 526-36 (2010)
2010  
5
Mechanism of autophagy to apoptosis switch triggered in prostate cancer cells by antitumor cytokine melanoma differentiation-associated gene 7/interleukin-24.
[20406981] Cancer Res 70(9): 3667-76 (2010)
2008  
6
Caspase-, cathepsin-, and PERK-dependent regulation of MDA-7/IL-24-induced cell killing in primary human glioma cells.
[18281515] Mol Cancer Ther 7(2): 297-313 (2008)

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