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Cell Death, Stem Cell and Heart Failure
May 23, 2014, Shanghai, China
Research Progress
Concentration-dependent wrestling between detrimental and protective effects of H2O2 during myocardial ischemia/reperfusion.

Wang ZH, Liu JL, Wu L, Yu Z, Yang HT.

Cell Death Dis. 2014 Jun 19;5:e1297.
A microRNA 221- and 222-mediated feedback loop, via PDLIM2, maintains constitutive activation of NFκB and STAT3 in colorectal cancer cells.

Liu S, Sun X, Wang M, Hou Y, Zhan Y, Jiang Y, Liu Z, Cao X, Chen P, Liu Z, Chen X, Tao Y, Xu C, Mao J, Cheng C, Li C, Hu Y, Wang L, Chin YE, Shi Y, Siebenlist U, Zhang X.
Gastroenterology. 2014 Jun 12. pii: S0016-5085(14)00744-6.
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Concentration-dependent Wrestling between Detrimental and Protective Effects of H2O2 during Myocardial Ischemia/Reperfusion
Scientists Reveal New Mechanism Underlying Constitutive Activation of NFκB and STAT3 in Human Colorectal Cancer
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