NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms
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beclin 1 (BEH-klin …)
|A protein involved in autophagy (the process by which a cell destroys proteins and other substances in its cytoplasm). Beclin 1 is found at lower levels in several types of cancer cells than in normal cells. It is a type of tumor suppressor.|