Fasting associated with sickness behavior critical to surviving bacterial infection | Guido Kroemer

Fasting associated with sickness behavior critical to surviving bacterial infection | Guido Kroemer

[Rhonda]: That’s the question. Do we know the threshold for the stress threshold for, you know, activating autophagy, and when that pushes the mitochondria then to permeabilize and cause cell death? Like, where, for example, with Valter’s work in mice, he had done 48-hour fasts and there was both autophagy and massive apoptosis occurring. So,…