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Inhibition of influenza M2-induced cell death alleviates its negative contribution to vaccination efficiency.Academic Article Why?
Mechanisms of neurodegenerative disorders: Part 2: control of cell death.Academic Article Why?
Necroptosis is a novel mechanism of radiation-induced cell death in anaplastic thyroid and adrenocortical cancers.Academic Article Why?
Regulation of T-cell death genes: selective inhibition of FasL- but not Fas-mediated function.Academic Article Why?
The role of cell death in regulating the size and shape of the mammalian forebrain.Academic Article Why?
Consequences of Shb and c-Abl interactions for cell death in response to various stress stimuli.Academic Article Why?
Caveolin-1 regulates the secretion and cytoprotection of Cyr61 in hyperoxic cell death.Academic Article Why?
Cyr61 protects against hyperoxia-induced cell death via Akt pathway in pulmonary epithelial cells.Academic Article Why?
Depletion of intracellular glutathione mediates zinc-induced cell death in rat primary astrocytes.Academic Article Why?
hBub1 negatively regulates p53 mediated early cell death upon mitotic checkpoint activation.Academic Article Why?
Hyperoxia-induced LC3B interacts with the Fas apoptotic pathway in epithelial cell death.Academic Article Why?
Mammalian prion protein suppresses Bax-induced cell death in yeast.Academic Article Why?
Opposing roles for membrane bound and soluble Fas ligand in glaucoma-associated retinal ganglion cell death.Academic Article Why?
Proapoptotic Noxa is required for particulate matter-induced cell death and lung inflammation.Academic Article Why?
Angiotensin II protects cultured midbrain dopaminergic neurons against rotenone-induced cell death.Academic Article Why?
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