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Pathways reviewed by Vaux, David L (141456)

DB_ID Name
73887 Death Receptor Signalling
75108 Activation, myristolyation of BID and translocation to mitochondria
75157 FasL/ CD95L signaling
111447 Activation of BAD and translocation to mitochondria
111446 Activation of BIM and translocation to mitochondria
111457 Release of apoptotic factors from the mitochondria
111461 Cytochrome c-mediated apoptotic response
111469 SMAC-mediated apoptotic response
114452 Activation of BH3-only proteins
139910 Activation of BMF and translocation to mitochondria
109581 Apoptosis

Details on Person Vaux, David L

Class:IdPerson:141456
_displayNameVaux, David L
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:37:39
affiliation[Affiliation:1247556] La Trobe University, Institute for Molecular Science
created[InstanceEdit:141455] Joshi-Tope, G, 2004-09-20 18:43:35
crossReference[DatabaseIdentifier:5626739] ORCID:0000-0003-2703-1651
firstnameDavid L
initialDL
modified[InstanceEdit:1247563] D'Eustachio, P, 2011-04-01
[InstanceEdit:5626745] Matthews, Lisa, 2014-10-10
[InstanceEdit:8932050] D'Eustachio, Peter, 2016-07-20
surnameVaux
(author)[InstanceEdit:165094] Vaux, D, 0000-00-00 00:00:00
[InstanceEdit:165110] Hengartner, M, Ranganathan, S, Vaux, D, 0000-00-00 00:00:00
[LiteratureReference:2028239] Association of mammalian sterile twenty kinases, Mst1 and Mst2, with hSalvador via C-terminal coiled-coil domains, leads to its stabilization and phosphorylation
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