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Calreticulin: not just another calcium-binding protein.Academic Article Why?
Defining the requirements for the pathogenic interaction between mutant calreticulin and MPL in MPN.Academic Article Why?
Mutant Calreticulin Requires Both Its Mutant C-terminus and the Thrombopoietin Receptor for Oncogenic Transformation.Academic Article Why?
Suppressive roles of calreticulin in prostate cancer growth and metastasis.Academic Article Why?
Calcium-Binding Protein, Vitamin D-DependentConcept Why?
Ca2+-dependent nuclear export mediated by calreticulin.Academic Article Why?
Calreticulin Is a receptor for nuclear export.Academic Article Why?
Calreticulin promotes immunity and type I interferon-dependent survival in mice with acute myeloid leukemia.Academic Article Why?
CalreticulinConcept Why?
A polypeptide binding conformation of calreticulin is induced by heat shock, calcium depletion, or by deletion of the C-terminal acidic region.Academic Article Why?
The leukemic fusion gene AML1-MDS1-EVI1 suppresses CEBPA in acute myeloid leukemia by activation of Calreticulin.Academic Article Why?
Type I but Not Type II Calreticulin Mutations Activate the IRE1a/XBP1 Pathway of the Unfolded Protein Response to Drive Myeloproliferative Neoplasms.Academic Article Why?
The Calcium-Binding Protein S100A6 Accelerates Human Osteosarcoma Growth by Promoting Cell Proliferation and Inhibiting Osteogenic Differentiation.Academic Article Why?
The E-F hand calcium-binding protein S100A4 regulates the proliferation, survival and differentiation potential of human osteosarcoma cells.Academic Article Why?
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