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Ndfip1 regulates nuclear Pten import in vivo to promote neuronal survival following cerebral ischemia

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Descripción: PTEN nuclear entry driven by ubiquitination is mediated by the ligase-interacting protein Ndfip1 and is essential for neuronal survival in mice after cerebral ischemia.

Autor(es): Howitt, Jason -  Lackovic, Jenny -  Low, Ley -  Hian -  Naguib, Adam -  Macintyre, Alison -  Goh, Choo -  Peng -  Callaway, Jennifer K. -  Hammond, Vicki -  Thomas, Tim -  Dixon, Matthew -  Putz, Ulrich -  Silke, John -  Bartlett, Perry -  Yang, Baoli -  Kumar, Sharad -  Trotman, Lloyd C. -  Tan, Seong -  Seng - 

Id.: 55537808

Idioma: English  - 

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