Hepatitis B virus X stimulates redox signaling through activation of ataxia telangiectasia mutated kinase

Yasunobu Matsuda; Ayumi Sanpei; Toshifumi Wakai; Masayuki Kubota; Mami Osawa; Yuki Hirose; Jun Sakata; Takashi Kobayashi; Shun Fujimaki; Masaaki Takamura; Satoshi Yamagiwa; Masahiko Yano; Shogo Ohkoshi; Yutaka Aoyagi
May 2014
International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Pathology;2014, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p2032
Academic Journal
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