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Stem Cell Reports, ISSN 2213-6711, 11/2014, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp. 905 - 914
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2013
Human pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes (hPSC-CMs) may serve as tools in pharmacology for drug screening and safety evaluations and in future... 
Dissertation
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 01/2010, Volume 107, Issue 3, p. 1112
  The phospholipase neutral sphingomyelinase (N-SMase) has been recognized as a major mediator of processes such as inflammation, development and growth,... 
Proteins | Signal transduction | Yeast | Cytokines | Alzheimers disease | Cells | Apoptosis
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by Denning, Chris and Mitrophanous, Kyriacos and Waddington, Simon and Buckley, Suzanne and Karda, Rajvinder and McKay, Tristan and Shantikumar, Saran and Meloni, Marco and Emanueli, Costanza and Berry, Martin and Logan, Ann and Leadbeater, Wendy and Scheven, Ben and Broadstock, Martin and Yáñez-Muñoz, Rafael J and Mandegar, Mohammad and Khoja, Suhail and Cowley, Sally and Mukherjee, Sayandip and Blundell, Michael and Blundell, Michael and Thrasher, Adrian and Thrasher, Adrian and James, William and Monaco, Zoia and Baker, Andrew and Wong, Suet Ping and Abdul-Razak, Hayder H and Rocca, Céline and Howe, Steven J and Alonso-Ferrero, María Eugenia and Gabriel, Richard and Bartholomae, Cynthia C and Gan, Chih Hao Victor and Garin, Marina and Molina-Estévez, Francisco Javier and Roberts, Alison C and Blundell, Michael and Güenechea, Guillermo and Holmes, Michael C and Gregory, Philip D and Kinnon, Christine and von Kalle, Christof and Schmidt, Manfred and Schmidt, Manfred and Bueren, Juan A and Thrasher, Adrian J and Heeroma, Joost and Mantoan, Laura and Wykes, Robert and Kaetzel, Dennis and Chabrol, Elodie and Schorge, Stephanie and Walker, Matthew and Ellison, Stuart and Trabalza, Antonio and Tisato, Veronica and Pazarentzos, Evangelos and Lee, Shirley and Papadaki, Vasiliki and Goniotaki, Despoina and Morgan, Sarah and Mirzaei, Nazanin and Mazarakis, Nicholas and Matsa, Elena and Kriston-Vizi, Janos and Leja, Thomas and Amisten, Stefan and Kolker, Ljudmila and Mioulane, Maxime and Vauchez, Karine and Aranyi, Tamas and Ketteler, Robin and Schneider, Michael and Denning, Chris and Harding, Sian and Zhan, Hong and Farzaneh, Farzin and Farzaneh, Farzin and Gilmour, Kimberly and Gilmour, Kimberly and Chan, Lucas and Chan, Lucas and McNicol, Anne-Marie and Xu-Bayford, Jin Hua and Adams, Stuart and Bhalla, Joti and Swift, Sue and Swift, Sue and Fehse, Boris and Baum, Christopher and Veys, Paul and Thrasher, Adrian and Thrasher, Adrian and Thrasher, Adrian and Thrasher, Adrian and Thrasher, Adrian and Thrasher, Adrian and Gaspar, H Bobby and Qasim, Waseem and ...
Human Gene Therapy, ISSN 1043-0342, 05/2013, Volume 24, Issue 5, pp. A1 - A42
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