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PFKFB3 activation in cancer cells by the p38/MK2 pathway in response to stress stimuli.

Bibliographic reference Novellasdemunt, Laura ; Bultot, Laurent ; Manzano, Anna ; Ventura, Francesc ; Rosa, Jose Luis ; et. al. PFKFB3 activation in cancer cells by the p38/MK2 pathway in response to stress stimuli.. In: Biochemical Journal, Vol. 452, no.3, p. 531-43 (2013)
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