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How the TP53 Family Proteins TP63 and TP73 Contribute to Tumorigenesis: Regulators and Effectors

Candi, Eleonora et al.

Human mutation. Volume 35:Issue 6 (2014, June); pp 702-714 -- Wiley Blackwell

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Emerging roles of HECT‐type E3 ubiquitin ligases in autophagy regulation

Melino, Gerry et al.

Molecular oncology. Volume 13:Number 10 (2019, October); pp 2033-2048 -- FEBS Press and John Wiley & Sons Ltd

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Transcription factor TLX1 controls retinoic acid signaling to ensure spleen development

Lenti, Elisa et al.

Journal of clinical investigation -- American Society for Clinical Investigation -- Volume: 126 7; (pages 2452-2620) -- 2016

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p63 regulates glutaminase 2 expression

Arianna, Giacobbe et al.

Cell cycle -- Taylor & Francis, Taylor & Francis Group -- Volume: 12 Issue: 9; (pages 1395-1405) -- 2013

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Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy

Klionsky, Daniel J. et al.

Autophagy -- Taylor & Francis -- Volume: 8 Issue: 4; (pages 445-544) -- 2012

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Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (3rd edition)

Klionsky, Daniel J et al.

Autophagy. Volume 12:Issue 1 (2016, January); pp 1-222 -- Taylor & Francis

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Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (3rd edition)

Klionsky, Daniel J et al.

Autophagy. Volume 12:Issue 1 (2016, January); pp 1-222 -- Taylor & Francis

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Specific mutations in the C-terminus domain of HBV surface antigen significantly correlate with low level of serum HBV-DNA in patients with chronic HBV infection

Mirabelli, Carmen et al.

Journal of infection. Volume 70:Issue 3 (2015); pp 288-298 -- Elsevier

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