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- » Autophagy
- » Cellular stress responses: ER stress and related phenomena, incl. stress detection, signaling and response mechanisms
- » Cellular stress responses: heat shock response
- » Cellular stress responses: oxidative stress
- » Cellular stress responses: responses to misfolded proteins
- » Function of macrophages
- » Necroptosis
- » Physiological cell death: apoptosis
- » Physiological cell death: caspase-dependent cell death
- » Physiological cell death: hypersensitivity response
- » Physiological cell death: non-caspase-dependent cell death (e.g. in plants, or mediated by granzymes or complement) incl. survival/death signaling and effector mechanisms
- » Physiological cell death: programmed cell death
The C-terminal transactivation domain of HIF, when hypohydroxylated under hypoxia, binds the TAZ1 domain of CBP/p300 coactivator. It is inhibited by subsequent binding of CITED2 to TAZ1. This study shows that CITED2 can...
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