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Chewing the Fat: Panel and Discussion about Autophagy and Future Directions of the Autophagy Field
panel discussion occurred during the "Autophagy: Molecular and
Physiological Mechanisms" Keystone Symposia conference in Whistler, British
Columbia, Canada on June 7, 2016. Eric Baehrecke, Ana Maria Cuervo, Vojo
Deretic and Leon Murphy met to discuss their interests in autophagy. Topics
included some history, current and future areas of research focus, controversies,
and speculation about the future directions of the autophagy field.
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