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CREB and neuronal selection for memory trace

Kim, Jieun; Kwon, Jeongtae; Kim, Hyung-Su; Han, Jin-Heeresearcher, FRONTIERS IN NEURAL CIRCUITS, v.7, no.44, 2013-03

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Crosstalk Between PKA and Epac Regulates the Phenotypic Maturation and Function of Human Dendritic Cells

Garay, Jone; D'Angelo, June A.; Park, YongKeunresearcher; Summa, Christopher M.; Aiken, Martha L.; Morales, Eric; Badizadegan, Kamran; et al, JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, v.185, no.6, pp.3227 - 3238, 2010-09

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Exogenous dibutyryl cAMP affects meiotic maturation via protein kinase A activation; it stimulates further embryonic development including blastocyst quality in pigs

Kim, JS; Cho, YS; Song, BS; Wee, G; Park, JS; Choo, YK; Yu, K; et al, THERIOGENOLOGY, v.69, no.3, pp.290 - 301, 2008-02

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p21-Activated kinase 4 promotes prostate cancer progression through CREB

Park, M-H; Lee, H-S; Lee, C-S; You, S. T.; Kim, D-J; Park, B-H; Kang, M. J.; et al, ONCOGENE, v.32, no.19, pp.2475 - 2482, 2013-05

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PKA-activated ApAF-ApC/EBP heterodimer is a key downstream effector of ApCREB and is necessary and sufficient for the consolidation of long-term facilitation

Lee, Jin-A; Lee, Sue-Hyunresearcher; Lee, Changhoon; Chang, Deok-Jin; Lee, Yong; Kim, Hyoung; Cheang, Ye-Hwang; et al, JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY, v.174, no.6, pp.827 - 838, 2006-09

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PKC phosphorylation disrupts gap junctional communication at G(0)/S phase in clone 9 cells

Koo, SK; Kim, DY; Park, SD; Kang, Kae Won; Joe, Cheol Oresearcher, MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY, v.167, no.1, pp.41 - 49, 1997-01

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Regulation of the activity of M-phase promoting factor through protein kinase A-mediated pathway in LP1-1 cells

Oh, WJ; Joe, Cheol Oresearcher; Choi, KH, BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, v.39, no.5, pp.991 - 999, 1996-08

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Regulation of the ahpC Gene Encoding Alkyl Hydroperoxide Reductase in Mycobacterium smegmatis

Lee, Ha-Na; Lee, Na-On; Han, Seung J.; Ko, In-Jeong; Oh, JI, PLOS ONE, v.9, no.11, 2014-11

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Regulation of the PI3K, Akt/PKB, FRAP/mTOR, and S6K1 signaling pathways by thyroid stimulating hormone and stimulating-type TSH receptor antibodies in the thyroid gland.

Suh JM; Song JH; Kim DW; Kim H; Chung HK; Hwang JH; Kim JM; et al, JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, v.278, no.24, pp.21960 - 21971, 2003-06

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