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Human and Animal Cells Atg5^(+/+)MEF(RCB2710) , Atg5^(-/-)MEF(RCB2711) Translational control during endoplasmic reticulum stress beyond phosphorylation of the translation initiation factor eIF2α.
Human and Animal Cells MG6(RCB2403) Oxytocin Suppresses Inflammatory Responses Induced by Lipopolysaccharide through Inhibition of the eIF-2-ATF4 Pathway in Mouse Microglia.
Drosophila 調査中 Mitochondrial dysfunction induces dendritic loss via eIF2α phosphorylation.
Human and Animal Cells WI-38 Intervention in genotoxic stress-induced senescence by cordycepin through activation of eIF2α and suppression of Sp1.
Human and Animal Cells Mechanism for the decrease in the FIP1L1-PDGFRalpha protein level in EoL-1 cells by histone deacetylase inhibitors.
Pathogenic microorganisms ? Tetracaine, a local anesthetic, preferentially induces translational inhibition with processing body formation rather than phosphorylation of eIF2α in yeast.
DNA material pUC-T7-HCV HA-2A-2B-FLAG (RDB13261) , pUC-T7-HCV HA-2A-2B-HA (RDB13262) , pUC-T7-HCV HA-2A(silent-1)2B-HA (RDB13263) , pUC-T7-HCV HA-2A(silent-2)2B-HA (RDB13264) , pUC-T7-HCV HA-2A(uORF2) (RDB13265) , pUC-T7-EMCV-His-eEF1A (RDB13266) , pUC-T7-EMCV-His-eEF1Bgamma (RDB13267) , pUC-T7-EMCV-eEF1Balpha (RDB13268) , pGEX6P-eRF1 (RDB13269) , pGEX6P-eRF3 (RDB13270) , ... A translation system reconstituted with human factors proves that processing of encephalomyocarditis virus proteins 2A and 2B occurs in the elongation phase of translation without eukaryotic release factors.
Yeast BYP1419 Role of Gcn4 for adaptation to methylglyoxal in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: methylglyoxal attenuates protein synthesis through phosphorylation of eIF2alpha.
C.elegans tm1267 , tm629 Semaphorin controls epidermal morphogenesis by stimulating mRNA translation via eIF2alpha in Caenorhabditis elegans.