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|Astrocytes in injury states rapidly produce anti-inflammatory factors and attenuate microglial inflammatory responses.
|Astrocytes induce hemeoxygenase-1 expression in microglia: a feasible mechanism for preventing excessive brain inflammation.
|김승업, 양명순, 조은혜, 주일로
|Brain tumor tropism of transplanted human neural stem cells is induced by vascular endothelial growth factor.
|Conditioned media derived from human fetal progenitor cells improves skin regeneration in burn wound healing
|민병현, 박도영, 박인수
|Epithelial-mesenchymal interaction during photodynamic therapy-induced photorejuvenation
|김수경, 김유선, 김유찬
|Estrogen-responsive cancer-associated fibroblasts promote invasive property of gastric cancer in a paracrine manner via CD147 production
|김석휘, 이다근, 한재호
|G Protein betagamma subunits augment UVB-induced apoptosis by stimulating the release of soluble heparin-binding epidermal growth factor from human keratinocytes.
|Hepatocyte growth factor induces delayed STAT3 phosphorylation through interleukin-6 expression.
|High Mobility Group Box 1 as an Autocrine Chemoattractant for Oligodendrocyte Lineage Cells in White Matter Stroke
|고승연, 김병곤, 최준영
|Ionizing radiation induces astrocyte gliosis through microglia activation.
|Molecular mechanisms of biogenesis of apoptotic exosome-like vesicles and their roles as damage-associated molecular patterns
|김경민, 박선, 신호준, 최용준
|NF-κB and STAT3 cooperatively induce IL6 in starved cancer cells.
|김경민, 박선, 신호준, 윤사라, 최용준
|Photodynamic therapy inhibits melanogenesis through paracrine effects by keratinocytes and fibroblasts
|Presence of autocrine hepatocyte growth factor-Met signaling and its role in proliferation and migration of SNU-484 gastric cancer cell line.
|김욱환, 박민선, 이재호, 조혜성
|Regulation of TIM-3 expression in a human T cell line by tumor-conditioned media and cyclic AMP-dependent signaling
|김경민, 박선, 이미진
|Thrombin-activated microglia contribute to death of dopaminergic neurons in rat mesencephalic cultures: dual roles of mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling pathways.
|Wnt5a stimulates chemotactic migration and chemokine production in human neutrophils.