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cellular respiration, Inhibiting autophagy during interleukin 2 immunotherapy promotes long term tumor regression, Cell‐mediated autophagy promotes cancer cell survival, Autophagy‐mediated clearance of huntingtin aggregates triggered by the insulin‐signaling pathway, Role of non‐canonical Beclin 1‐independent autophagy in cell death induced by resveratrol in human breast cancer cells, Discovery of Atg5/Atg7‐independent alternative macroautophagy. : therapeutic Possibilities formation 40 cancer therapy to exogenous bacterial products ( as. 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