An inspiring model for translational research: nuclear factor-kappaΒ (NF-κΒ), bench to bedside

Rauh, Michael J.
June 2002
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Jun2002, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p65
Academic Journal
Highlights a symposium on the gap between the nuclear factor-kappa*Beta family of proteins research and clinical application of the results. Participants of the event; Significance of the meeting to the industry; Facts about the nuclear factor-kapp*Beta.


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