Microautophagy is essential for preventing aging, finds lysosomes study

To age or not to age? How does aging affect organisms on a cellular level? What mechanisms help cells survive self-inflicted or external harm? It is known that lysosomes—critically important cellular structures—are crucial for digesting damaged cellular components and pathogens, and to maintain stability within cells and tissues. But can they also be repaired, and if so, how?  Read More 

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