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Christy, Edwin P. (1815–62)

62 S.P. to B. St. Michel

A PYY Q62P variant linked to human obesity

P-0005CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF EXPRESSION OF BECLIN1 AND P62 IN GASTRIC CANCER

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

P-62THE DIFFERENCE OF ATTITUDE TOWARD DOPING BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN IN JAPAN

TBK1 controls autophagosomal engulfment of polyubiquitinated mitochondria through p62/SQSTM1 phosphorylation

Depletion of p62 reduces nuclear inclusions and paradoxically ameliorates disease phenotypes in Huntington's model mice

CD21 and CD62L shedding are both inducible via P2X7Rs

P17.62THE IMPORTANCE OF DELAYED PSEUDOPROGRESSION AND THE PROBLEM WITH RANO IN GBM

148 Nuclear changes and expression of nucleoporin p62 in ischaemic and dilated cardiomyopathy

Cereblon suppresses the formation of pathogenic protein aggregates in a p62-dependent manner

p62/SQSTM1 interacts with vimentin to enhance breast cancer metastasis

KN-62 enhances Chlamydia pneumoniae-induced p44/p42 mitogen-activated protein kinase activation in murine fibroblasts and attenuates in vitro infection

Parkin-induced ubiquitination of Mff promotes its association with p62/SQSTM1 during mitochondrial depolarization

Role of Nrf2 and p62/ZIP in the neurite outgrowth by carnosic acid in PC12h cells

PLATELET CD62p EXPRESSION AND MICROPARTICLE FORMATION IN MURINE ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME AND CHRONIC ETHANOL CONSUMPTION

140. Tu. 1 June '62. George Staunton. Address (Boswell): To Dr. Staunton. Not traced (see Addenda, p. 428).—Boswell 1791, i. 199 (Hill i. 367).

 

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1. A subunit of dynactin.

2. A signalling adaptor (p62/*DOK1) downstream of tyrosine kinases.

3. Polyubiquitin-binding protein component of the sequestosome, p62/SQSTM1.

4. A subunit of the protein kinase C ζ (PKCζ)–p62–Kvβ complex, a potassium channel-modulating complex.

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