p62/SQSTM1-droplet serves as a platform for autophagosome formation and anti-oxidative stress response

Authors Shun Kageyama , Sigurdur Runar Gudmundsson , Yu-Shin Sou , Yoshinobu Ichimura , Naoki Tamura , Saiko Kazuno , Takashi Ueno , Yoshiki Miura , Daisuke Noshiro , Manabu Abe , Tsunehiro Mizushima , Nobuaki Miura , Shujiro Okuda , Hozumi Motohashi , Jin-A Lee , Kenji Sakimura , Tomoyuki Ohe , Nobuo N Noda , Satoshi Waguri , Eeva-Liisa Eskelinen  , Masaaki Komatsu 
Details Shun Kageyama et al; Nat Commun; 2021;
DOI 10.1038/s41467-020-20185-1
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Here’s the 2nd paper that came out in the same day about p62 bodies. If you don’t know much about them (no judging, I didn’t either ;), these papers might help you get up to speed!