Computational Competitive and Negative Design To Derive a Specific cJun Antagonist.

Computational Competitive and Negative Design To Derive a Specific cJun Antagonist.
Related ArticlesComputational Competitive and Negative Design To Derive a Specific cJun Antagonist. Biochemistry. 2018 10 23;57(42):6108-6118 Authors: Lathbridge A, Mason JM Abstract Basic leucine zipper (bZIP) proteins reside at the end of cell-signaling cascades and function to modulate transcription of specific gene targets. bZIPs are recognized as important regulators of cellular processes such as cell growth, apoptosis, and cell ... read more
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