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Activating protein phosphatase 2A (PP2A) enhances tristetraprolin (TTP) anti-inflammatory function in A549 lung epithelial cells 24 18 0
Alterations in γ-actin and tubulin-targeted drug resistance in childhood leukemia 112 102 0
Dephosphorylation of CaMKII at T253 controls the metaphase-anaphase transition 32 24 0
Protein phosphatase 2A carboxymethylation and regulatory B subunits differentially regulate mast cell degranulation 173 135 0
Essential requirement for PP2A inhibition by the oncogenic receptor c-KIT suggests PP2A reactivation as a strategy to treat c-KIT⁺ cancers 121 104 0
Activity-associated miRNA are packaged in Map1b-enriched exosomes released from depolarized neurons 93 83 7
Activiating protein phosphatase 2A (PP2A) enhances tristetraprolin (TTP) anti-inflammatory function in A549 lung epithelial cells 75 58 0
Identification of novel diagnostic biomarkers for asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 235 224 0
Mast cell function: regulation of degranulation by serine/threonine phosphatases 79 67 0
Controlling the cell cycle: the role of calcium/calmodulin-stimulated protein kinases I and II 23 20 0
Ser/thr phosphatases: the new frontier for myeloid leukemia therapy? 53 37 7
Essential role of protein phosphatase 2A in metaphase II arrest and activation of mouse eggs shown by okadaic acid, dominant negative protein phosphatase 2A, and FTY720 58 47 0
PP2A phosphatase suppresses function of the mesenchymal invasion regulator NEDD9 31 22 0
Regulation of CaMKII by phospho-Thr253 or phospho-Thr286 sensitive targeting alters cellular function 167 151 0
Proteomic analysis reveals a novel role for the actin cytoskeleton in vincristine resistant childhood leukemia: an in vivo study 90 83 0
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