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Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, ISSN 0006-291X, 11/2019, Volume 520, Issue 1, pp. 186 - 191
Epigallocatechin-3- -gallate (EGCG)-induced cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) plays a crucial role in EGCG-induced cell death in various types of cancer... 
Protein kinase C delta | EGCG | Cyclic guanosine monophosphate | Phospholipase C | Cancer | Catechin | Agricultural biotechnology | Cell death | Multiple myeloma | Phospholipases | Protein kinases | Cyclic guanylic acid
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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2017, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp. 1917 - 11
Journal Article
Journal of Biological Chemistry, ISSN 0021-9258, 2017, Volume 292, Issue 26, pp. 10813 - 10823
Journal Article
by G. Todd Milne and on behalf of the Ironwood team and Peter Sandner and Kathleen A. Lincoln and Paul C. Harrison and Hongxing Chen and Hong Wang and Holly Clifford and Hu Sheng Qian and Diane Wong and Chris Sarko and Ryan Fryer and Jeremy Richman and Glenn A. Reinhart and Carine M. Boustany and Steven S. Pullen and Henriette Andresen and Lise Román Moltzau and Alessandro Cataliotti and Finn Olav Levy and Robert Lukowski and Sandra Frankenreiter and Andreas Friebe and Timothy Calamaras and Robert Baumgartner and Angela McLaughlin and Mark Aronovitz and Wendy Baur and Guang-Rong Wang and Navin Kapur and Richard Karas and Robert Blanton and Stefan Hell and Scott A. Waldman and Jieru E. Lin and Francheska Colon-Gonzalez and Gilbert W. Kim and Erik S. Blomain and Dante Merlino and Adam Snook and Jeanette Erdmann and Jana Wobst and Thorsten Kessler and Heribert Schunkert and Ulrich Walter and Oliver Pagel and Elena Walter and Stepan Gambaryan and Albert Smolenski and Kerstin Jurk and Rene Zahedi and James R. Klinger and Raymond L. Benza and Paul A. Corris and David Langleben and Robert Naeije and Gérald Simonneau and Christian Meier and Pablo Colorado and Mi Kyung Chang and Dennis Busse and Marius M. Hoeper and Jaime L. Masferrer and Sarah Jacobson and Guang Liu and Renee Sarno and Sylvie Bernier and Ping Zhang and G. Todd Milne and Roger Flores-Costa and Mark Currie and Katherine Hall and Dorit Möhrle and Katrin Reimann and Steffen Wolter and Markus Wolters and Evanthia Mergia and Nicole Eichert and Hyun-Soon Geisler and Peter Ruth and Andreas Friebe and Robert Feil and Ulrike Zimmermann and Doris Koesling and Marlies Knipper and Lukas Rüttiger and Yasutake Tanaka and Atsuko Okamoto and Takashi Nojiri and Motofumi Kumazoe and Takeshi Tokudome and Koichi Miura and Jun Hino and Hiroshi Hosoda and Mikiya Miyazato and Kenji Kangawa and Vikas Kapil and Amrita Ahluwalia and Nazareno Paolocci and Philip Eaton and ...
BMC Pharmacology and Toxicology, 10/2017, Volume 18, Issue S1, pp. 1 - 35
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Archives of Clinical and Experimental Surgery (ACES), ISSN 2146-8133, 2012, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp. 50 - 53
Mechanical prosthetic valve dysfunction caused by pannus formation is rare. Pannus restricts movement of prosthetic valve leaflets, resulting in severe aortic... 
aortic valve replacement | pannus | mechanical valve dysfunction
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by Todd Milne, G and Sandner, Peter and Lincoln, Kathleen A and Harrison, Paul C and Chen, Hongxing and Wang, Hong and Clifford, Holly and Qian, Hu Sheng and Wong, Diane and Sarko, Chris and Fryer, Ryan and Richman, Jeremy and Reinhart, Glenn A and Boustany, Carine M and Pullen, Steven S and Andresen, Henriette and Moltzau, Lise Román and Cataliotti, Alessandro and Levy, Finn Olav and Lukowski, Robert and Frankenreiter, Sandra and Friebe, Andreas and Calamaras, Timothy and Baumgartner, Robert and McLaughlin, Angela and Aronovitz, Mark and Baur, Wendy and Wang, Guang-Rong and Kapur, Navin and Karas, Richard and Blanton, Robert and Hell, Stefan and Waldman, Scott A and Lin, Jieru E and Colon-Gonzalez, Francheska and Kim, Gilbert W and Blomain, Erik S and Merlino, Dante and Snook, Adam and Erdmann, Jeanette and Wobst, Jana and Kessler, Thorsten and Schunkert, Heribert and Walter, Ulrich and Pagel, Oliver and Walter, Elena and Gambaryan, Stepan and Smolenski, Albert and Jurk, Kerstin and Zahedi, Rene and Klinger, James R and Benza, Raymond L and Corris, Paul A and Langleben, David and Naeije, Robert and Simonneau, Gérald and Meier, Christian and Colorado, Pablo and Chang, Mi Kyung and Busse, Dennis and Hoeper, Marius M and Masferrer, Jaime L and Jacobson, Sarah and Liu, Guang and Sarno, Renee and Bernier, Sylvie and Zhang, Ping and Flores-Costa, Roger and Currie, Mark and Hall, Katherine and Möhrle, Dorit and Reimann, Katrin and Wolter, Steffen and Wolters, Markus and Mergia, Evanthia and Eichert, Nicole and Geisler, Hyun-Soon and Ruth, Peter and Feil, Robert and Zimmermann, Ulrike and Koesling, Doris and Knipper, Marlies and Rüttiger, Lukas and Tanaka, Yasutake and Okamoto, Atsuko and Nojiri, Takashi and Kumazoe, Motofumi and Tokudome, Takeshi and Miura, Koichi and Hino, Jun and Hosoda, Hiroshi and Miyazato, Mikiya and Kangawa, Kenji and Kapil, Vikas and Ahluwalia, Amrita and Paolocci, Nazareno and Eaton, Philip and Campbell, James C and Henning, Philipp and Franz, Eugen and ... and on behalf of the Ironwood team and RD-CURE consortium
BMC pharmacology & toxicology, ISSN 2050-6511, 10/2017, Volume 18, Issue Suppl 1, p. 64
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Journal of Experimental Medicine, ISSN 0022-1007, 03/2005, Volume 201, Issue 6, pp. 915 - 923
Toll-like receptors (TLRs) recognize microbial pathogens and trigger innate immune responses. Among TLR family members, TLR7, TLR8, and TLR9 induce interferon... 
MEDICINE, RESEARCH & EXPERIMENTAL | ACTIVATION | DENDRITIC CELL SUBSETS | SIGNALING PATHWAY | DNA | IRAK FAMILY | IL-1 RECEPTOR | IMMUNOLOGY | REGULATORY FACTOR-7 | VIRAL-INFECTION | MICE LACKING | MYD88
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