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  • Activation of protein kinas... Activation of protein kinase cascades in the heart by hypertrophic G protein–coupled receptor agonists
    Clerk, Angela; Sugden, Peter H The American journal of cardiology, 1999, 1999-Jun-17, 1999-06-00, 19990617, Letnik: 83, Številka: 12
    Journal Article, Conference Proceeding
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    Cardiac myocyte hypertrophy involves changes in cell structure and alterations in protein expression regulated at both the transcriptional and translational levels. Hypertrophic G protein–coupled ...
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  • Matrix Metalloproteinase-19... Matrix Metalloproteinase-19 Expression in Dermal Wounds and by Fibroblasts in Culture
    Hieta, Niina; Impola, Ulla; López-Otín, Carlos ... Journal of investigative dermatology, November 2003, 2003-11-00, 2003-Nov, 20031101, 2003-11-01, Letnik: 121, Številka: 5
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    Here, we have examined the expression of matrix metalloproteinase-19 (MMP-19) in human cutaneous wounds and by human skin fibroblasts in culture. Expression of MMP-19 was detected by ...
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  • Adriamycin-induced oxidativ... Adriamycin-induced oxidative stress, activation of MAP kinases and apoptosis in isolated cardiomyocytes
    Lou, Huiquan; Kaur, Kuljeet; Sharma, Anita K ... Pathophysiology (Amsterdam), 2006, 2006-May, 2006-05-00, 20060511, 20060501, Letnik: 13, Številka: 2
    Journal Article
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    Background: Adriamycin (ADR) induced heart failure is associated with an increase in oxidative stress and apoptosis. Changes due to ADR in mitogen-activated protein kinases (ERK1/2 and p38 MAPKs), ...
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  • ZAK re-programs atrial natr... ZAK re-programs atrial natriuretic factor expression and induces hypertrophic growth in H9c2 cardiomyoblast cells
    Huang, Chih-Yang; Ju Chueh, Pin; Tseng, Chien-Tang ... Biochemical and biophysical research communications, 2004, 2004-Nov-19, 2004-11-00, 20041119, Letnik: 324, Številka: 3
    Journal Article
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    Various intracellular or intercellular stimuli have been associated with the development of cardiac cell hypertrophy. However, the mechanisms underlying this association are not completely ...
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  • Transforming growth factor-... Transforming growth factor-β induces the expression of ANF and hypertrophic growth in cultured cardiomyoblast cells through ZAK
    Huang, Chih-Yang; Kuo, Wei-Wen; Chueh, Pin Ju ... Biochemical and biophysical research communications, 2004, 2004-Nov-05, 2004-11-00, 20041105, Letnik: 324, Številka: 1
    Journal Article
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    Transforming growth factor-β (TGF-β) has been associated with the onset of cardiac cell hypertrophy, but the mechanisms underlying this dissociation are not completely understood. By a previous ...
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  • Cardiac hypertrophy, sortin... Cardiac hypertrophy, sorting out the circuitry
    McKinsey, Timothy A; Olson, Eric N Current opinion in genetics & development, June 1999, 1999-Jun, 1999-06-00, 19990601, Letnik: 9, Številka: 3
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    Cardiac hypertrophy is an adaptive response of the heart to a variety of intrinsic and extrinsic stimuli. The hypertrophic response, during which cardiomyocytes increase in size without undergoing ...
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  • MEK6 Regulates Human Involu... MEK6 Regulates Human Involucrin Gene Expression via a p38α- and p38δ-dependent Mechanism
    Dashti, Shervin R; Efimova, Tatiana; Eckert, Richard L The Journal of biological chemistry, 07/2001, Letnik: 276, Številka: 29
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    A signaling cascade that includes protein kinase C (PKC), Ras, and MEKK1 regulates involucrin (hINV) gene expression in epidermal keratinocytes (Efimova, T., LaCelle, P., Welter, J. F., and Eckert, ...
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  • MEK7-dependent Activation o... MEK7-dependent Activation of p38 MAP Kinase in Keratinocytes
    Dashti, Shervin R; Efimova, Tatiana; Eckert, Richard L The Journal of biological chemistry, March 2001, 20010316, 2001-Mar-16, 2001-03-00, Letnik: 276, Številka: 11
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    Previous studies suggest that a PKC/Ras/MEKK1 cascade regulates involucrin (hINV) gene expression in human epidermal keratinocytes. MEK7, which is expressed in epidermis, has been identified as a ...
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  • Reciprocal modulation of mi... Reciprocal modulation of mitogen-activated protein kinases and mitogen-activated protein kinase phosphatase 1 and 2 in failing human myocardium
    Communal, Catherine; Colucci, Wilson S; Remondino, Andrea ... Journal of cardiac failure, April 2002, 2002-Apr, 2002-04-00, 20020401, Letnik: 8, Številka: 2
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    Background: Mitogen-activated protein kinases (MAPKs), consisting of the ERK1/2, JNKs, and p38-kinase families, play a key role in the regulation of myocyte growth and apoptosis in vitro. The ...
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  • Mechanical stress-induced a... Mechanical stress-induced apoptosis in the cardiovascular system
    Wernig, Florian; Xu, Qingbo Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, 2002, 2002 Feb-Apr, 2002-02-00, 20020201, Letnik: 78, Številka: 2
    Book Review, Journal Article
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    All tissues in the body are subjected to physical forces originating either from tension, created by cells themselves, or from the environment. Particularly, the cardiovascular system is continuously ...
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