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Concept Eukaryotic Initiation Factor-2
Concept eIF-2 Kinase
Academic Article PERK utilizes intrinsic lipid kinase activity to generate phosphatidic acid, mediate Akt activation, and promote adipocyte differentiation.
Academic Article miR-211 is a prosurvival microRNA that regulates chop expression in a PERK-dependent manner.
Academic Article Unfolded Protein Response and PERK Kinase as a New Therapeutic Target in the Pathogenesis of Alzheimer's Disease.
Academic Article Enzymatic Characterization of ER Stress-Dependent Kinase, PERK, and Development of a High-Throughput Assay for Identification of PERK Inhibitors.
Academic Article [Small molecule inhibitors of PERK-dependent signaling pathway as a novel, therapeutic molecular strategy in Alzheimer's disease treatment].
Academic Article PERK Is a Haploinsufficient Tumor Suppressor: Gene Dose Determines Tumor-Suppressive Versus Tumor Promoting Properties of PERK in Melanoma.
Academic Article Inhibition of PERK-dependent pro-adaptive signaling pathway as a promising approach for cancer treatment.
Academic Article [Niskoczasteczkowe inhibitory szlaku adaptacyjnej odpowiedzi na stres zaleznego od kinazy PERK jako nowatorska strategia terapeutyczna w leczeniu choroby Alzheimera].
Academic Article Inhibition of the PERK-Dependent Unfolded Protein Response Signaling Pathway Involved in the Pathogenesis of Alzheimer's Disease.
Academic Article Potential therapeutic application of PERK inhibitors
Academic Article Use of Small-molecule Inhibitory Compound of PERK-dependent Signaling Pathway as a Promising Target-based Therapy for Colorectal Cancer.
Academic Article The Potential Role of Small-Molecule PERK Inhibitor LDN-0060609 in Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma Treatment.
Academic Article The PERK-Dependent Molecular Mechanisms as a Novel Therapeutic Target for Neurodegenerative Diseases.
Academic Article Carbon Monoxide Activates PERK-Regulated Autophagy to Induce Immunometabolic Reprogramming and Boost Antitumor T-cell Function.
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