In response, cells can make adjustments to their protein folding and degradation machineries to stay in a healthy state of homeostasis.
If protein folding defects occur and cannot be corrected in a sufficient and timely manner, cells induce suicide programs. Programmed cell death is thought to protect an organism from malfunctioning rogue cells that result from an accumulation of defective protein. Studies of the regulation of proteostasis now emerge as focal points of foundational basic research that powerfully connects to a wide spectrum of unmet clinical needs.
The UPR signals through three molecularly distinct branches. As such, the UPR emerges as a prime example of the power of fundamental cell biological discoveries to address problems of immense societal impact.
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