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Evidence of p38γ and p38δ involvement in cell transformation processes

Regulation of Hippo signalling by p38 signalling

Evidence for Cross Talk between PPARα and p38 MAP Kinase

Specific Regulation of Cytokine-Dependent p38 MAP Kinase Activation by p62/SQSTM1

Atheroprone flow activates inflammation via endothelial ATP-dependent P2X7-p38 signalling

Nitration of p38 MAPK in the placenta: association of nitration with reduced catalytic activity of p38 MAPK in pre-eclampsia

Interferon-α induces the growth inhibition of human T-cell leukaemia line Jurkat through p38α and p38β

Oestrogen prevents cardiomyocyte apoptosis by suppressing p38α-mediated activation of p53 and by down-regulating p53 inhibition on p38β

p38 MAP kinase is a mediator of ischemic preconditioning in pigs

Comparative expression profiling identifies differential roles for Myogenin and p38α MAPK signaling in myogenesis

Characterization of p38 MAPK isoforms for drug resistance study using systems biology approach

The Ebolavirus VP24 Protein Blocks Phosphorylation of p38 Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase

Molecular mechanisms for the p38-induced cellular senescence in normal human fibroblast

HAT-P-38b: A Saturn-Mass Planet Transiting a Late G Star

Mechanism of AP-1-mediated gene expression by select organochlorines through the p38 MAPK pathway

Atrogin-1 ubiquitin ligase is upregulated by doxorubicin via p38-MAP kinase in cardiac myocytes

DICAM inhibits angiogenesis via suppression of AKT and p38 MAP kinase signalling

 

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1. A subset of the MAP kinases (p38MAPK).

2. tRNA synthetase cofactor (312 aa), one of three auxiliary proteins (p18, p38, and p43) associated with the multi-tRNA synthetase complex.

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