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Decrease of mitochondrial p53 during late apoptosis is linked to its dephosphorylation on serine 20.

Bibliographic reference Castrogiovanni, Cédric ; Vandaudenard, Marie ; Waterschoot, Béranger ; De Backer, Olivier ; Dumont, Patrick R.. Decrease of mitochondrial p53 during late apoptosis is linked to its dephosphorylation on serine 20.. In: Cancer Biology & Therapy, Vol. 16, no.9, p. 1296-1307 (2015)
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