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대학, 생리학교실(Department of Physiology) Currently indexed
[School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine] - [Department of Physiology]

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-Effective Therapeutic Approach for Head and Neck Cancer by an Engineered Minibody Targeting the EGFR Receptor-
-Role of JAK3 in Early Cortical development-
-Characterization and Relationship between Circulating Tumor Cells and Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition-induced phenotype in Breast cancer cells-
-Palmitate-Induced Insulin Resistance of Human Skeletal Muscle Myotubes are improved by GLP-1 through SIRT-1-
-Downregulation of NF-kB Activity by Tribbles Homolog 3 (TRB3) is Associated with the Suppression of Akt in RAW264.7 Macrophages-
-Energetic Rescue by Glutamine and Glutamate in Brain Ischemia and Reperfusion-
-JAK2 Activity Regulates Astrogliosis Following Brain Injury-
-Prostaglanidn E2 induces ICAM-1 expression through EP-4 associated signaling pathways in bEnd.3 brain endothelial cells-
-Tribbles homolog 3 (TRB3) downregulates endotoxin-induced NO production and NF-kB activation in murine macrophages.-
-Benefits of beta-lapachone in brain metabolic insult-
-Role of JAK2/STAT3 on Injury-Induced Astrogliosis-
-Vulnerable seizure activity in neonatal brain through little COX activity-
-Allium cepa attenuates brain edema and BBB dysfunction-
-Downregulation of JAK2/STAT3 Activation Attenuates Astrogliosis Following Brain Injury.-
-Antagonism between PKA and Epac signaling is involved in the regulation of PGE2-induced ICAM-1 expression in bEnd.3 cells-
-Tribbles homolog 3 (TRB3) downregulates endotoxin-induced NO production in murine macrophages-
-Energetic rescue of bata-lapachone in mouse brain ischemic insult-
-Vulnerability of Neonatal Seizure with Little COX Activity-
-A time-series analysis of gene expression profiles and phenotype changes in the process of HDF replicative senescence-
-KR-33028 attenuates ischemia/hypoxia-induced blood-brain barrier hyperpermeability through maintaining tight junction integrity-
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