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What is the pathogenuc mechanism of brown pigment lipofuscin in muscle atrophy?
I think it is autophagy. Lysosomal degradation. Autophagocytosis. Example of the brown pigment (lipofuscin) here: I am not sure if autophagy is the right answer to the "pathogenic" mechanism of ...
Mar 17 at 9:12
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