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Cystatin C as a potential therapeutic mediator against Parkinson's disease via VEGF-induced angiogenesis and enhanced neuronal autophagy in neurovascular units Journal article
CELL DEATH & DISEASE, 2017,Volume: 8
Authors:  Zou, Jing;  Chen, Zhaoyu;  Wei, Xiaobo;  Chen, Zhigang;  Fu, Yongmei;  Yang, Xiaoyan;  Chen, Dan;  Wang, Rui;  Jenner, Peter;  Lu, Jia-Hong;  Li, Min;  Zhang, Zhuohua;  Tang, Beisha;  Jin, Kunlin;  Wang, Qing
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Cystatin C as a potential therapeutic mediator against Parkinson's disease via VEGF-induced angiogenesis and enhanced neuronal autophagy in neurovascular units Journal article
CELL DEATH & DISEASE, 2017,Volume: 8
Authors:  Zou, Jing;  Chen, Zhaoyu;  Wei, Xiaobo;  Chen, Zhigang;  Fu, Yongmei;  Yang, Xiaoyan;  Chen, Dan;  Wang, Rui;  Jenner, Peter;  Lu, Jia-Hong;  Li, Min;  Zhang, Zhuohua;  Tang, Beisha;  Jin, Kunlin;  Wang, Qing
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Cystatin C as a potential therapeutic mediator against Parkinson's disease via VEGF-induced angiogenesis and enhanced neuronal autophagy in neurovascular units Journal article
CELL DEATH & DISEASE, 2017,Volume: 8
Authors:  Zou, Jing;  Chen, Zhaoyu;  Wei, Xiaobo;  Chen, Zhigang;  Fu, Yongmei;  Yang, Xiaoyan;  Chen, Dan;  Wang, Rui;  Jenner, Peter;  Lu, Jia-Hong;  Li, Min;  Zhang, Zhuohua;  Tang, Beisha;  Jin, Kunlin;  Wang, Qing
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Cystatin C as a potential therapeutic mediator against Parkinson's disease via VEGF-induced angiogenesis and enhanced neuronal autophagy in neurovascular units Journal article
CELL DEATH & DISEASE, 2017,Volume: 8
Authors:  Zou, Jing;  Chen, Zhaoyu;  Wei, Xiaobo;  Chen, Zhigang;  Fu, Yongmei;  Yang, Xiaoyan;  Chen, Dan;  Wang, Rui;  Jenner, Peter;  Lu, Jia-Hong;  Li, Min;  Zhang, Zhuohua;  Tang, Beisha;  Jin, Kunlin;  Wang, Qing
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Phosphoproteome-based kinase activity profiling reveals the critical role of MAP2K2 and PLK1 in neuronal autophagy Journal article
AUTOPHAGY, 2017,Volume: 13,Issue: 11,Page: 1969-1980
Authors:  Chen, Lei-Lei;  Wang, Yong-Bo;  Song, Ju-Xian;  Deng, Wan-Kun;  Lu, Jia-Hong;  Ma, Li-Li;  Yang, Chuan-Bin;  Li, Min;  Xue, Yu
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autophagy  corynoxine  kinase activity  phosphoproteome  phosphorylation  protein kinase  
HMGB1 is involved in autophagy inhibition caused by SNCA/a-synuclein overexpression :A process modulated by the natural autophagy inducer corynoxine B Journal article
Autophagy, 2014,Volume: 10,Issue: 1,Page: 144-154
Authors:  Song J.-X.;  Lu J.-H.;  Liu L.-F.;  Chen L.-L.;  Durairajan S.S.K.;  Yue Z.;  Zhang H.-Q.;  Li M.
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Autophagy  Corynoxine B  HMGB1  Parkinson disease  SNCA