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https://www.connsante.com/cn/custom_118360.html 期刊论文 期刊论文 ■ PDPK FA/GSK-3α蛋白表现与癌细胞分化程度相关1.Yang CC, Hsu CP, Sheu JC, Mai XY, Yang SD. Differential tyrosine phosphorylation/activation of oncogenic proline-directed protein kinase FA /GSK-3α in well and poorly differentiated human prostate carcinoma cells. J Protein Chem 17: 329-335 (1998). 2.Yang SD, Yu JS, Yang CC, Lee SC, Lee TT, Ni MH, Kuan CY, Chen HC. Overexpression of protein kinase FA/GSK-3α (a proline-directed protein kinase) correlates with human hepatoma dedifferentiation/progression. J Cell Biochem 61: 238-245 (1995). 3.Lee TT, Ho YS, Yu JS, Yang SD. Overexpression of cellular activity and protein level of protein kinase FA/GSK-3α correlates with human thyroid tumor cell dedifferentiation. J Cell Biochem 58: 474-480 (1995). 4.Yang SD, Yu JS, Lee TT, Ni MH, Yang CC, Ho YS, Tsen TZ. Association of protein kinase FA/GSK-3alpha (a proline-directed kinase and a regulator of protooncogenes) with human cervical carcinoma dedifferentiation/progression. J Cell Biochem 59: 143-150 (1995).

■ PDPK FA/GSK-3α蛋白表现与癌细胞分化程度相关

1.Yang CC, Hsu CP, Sheu JC, Mai XY, Yang SD. Differential tyrosine phosphorylation/activation of oncogenic proline-directed protein kinase FA /GSK-3α in well and poorly differentiated human prostate carcinoma cells. J Protein Chem 17: 329-335 (1998).

2.Yang SD, Yu JS, Yang CC, Lee SC, Lee TT, Ni MH, Kuan CY, Chen HC. Overexpression of protein kinase FA/GSK-3α (a proline-directed protein kinase) correlates with human hepatoma dedifferentiation/progression. J Cell Biochem 61: 238-245 (1995).

3.Lee TT, Ho YS, Yu JS, Yang SD. Overexpression of cellular activity and protein level of protein kinase FA/GSK-3α correlates with human thyroid tumor cell dedifferentiation. J Cell Biochem 58: 474-480 (1995).

4.Yang SD, Yu JS, Lee TT, Ni MH, Yang CC, Ho YS, Tsen TZ. Association of protein kinase FA/GSK-3alpha (a proline-directed kinase and a regulator of protooncogenes) with human cervical carcinoma dedifferentiation/progression. J Cell Biochem 59: 143-150 (1995).

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