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Pathways authored by Moustakas, A (174854)

DB_ID Name
170834 Signaling by TGF-beta Receptor Complex
201451 Signaling by BMP

Details on Person Moustakas, A

Class:IdPerson:174854
_displayNameMoustakas, A
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:38:13
affiliation[Affiliation:174856] Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
created[InstanceEdit:174857] Jassal, B, 2006-02-21 15:06:00
firstnameAris
initialA
surnameMoustakas
(author)[InstanceEdit:171270] Heldin, CH, Moustakas, A, Huminiecki, L, Jassal, B, 2006-02-02
[InstanceEdit:202631] Huminiecki, L, Moustakas, A, 2007-11-07 10:22:00
[LiteratureReference:177258] The transforming growth factor beta receptors types I, II, and III form hetero-oligomeric complexes in the presence of ligand
[LiteratureReference:178148] Transforming growth factor-beta induces nuclear import of Smad3 in an importin-beta1 and Ran-dependent manner
[LiteratureReference:181967] Ecsit-ement on the crossroads of Toll and BMP signal transduction
[LiteratureReference:1181288] cDNA cloning, expression studies and chromosome mapping of human type I serine/threonine kinase receptor ALK7 (ACVR1C)
[LiteratureReference:2187315] PARP-1 attenuates Smad-mediated transcription
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