LE WE PMID CA
4 phenylbutyrate111374 Phenylbutyrat

3 phenylpropionate

4 phenylbutyrate

5 phenylvaleric acid

6 phenylhexanoic acid

Albumin

Autosomal recessive juvenile parkinsonism

Chaperone (Pharmacological)

Diabetes mellitus (Beta cell decay)

ERS UFR (Diseases)

ERS UFR (Pharmacology)

Insulin (resistance)

Lipotoxicity

Oleic acid

Pael R

Protein kinase B Akt

2012  
1
Protective effects of 4-phenylbutyrate derivatives on the neuronal cell death and endoplasmic reticulum stress.
[22223342] Biol Pharm Bull 35(1): 84-90 (2012)
2011  
2
Sodium phenylbutyrate, a drug with known capacity to reduce endoplasmic reticulum stress, partially alleviates lipid-induced insulin resistance and beta-cell dysfunction in humans.
[21270237] Diabetes 60(3): 918-24 (2011)
2011  
3
Oleate blocks palmitate-induced abnormal lipid distribution, endoplasmic reticulum expansion and stress, and insulin resistance in skeletal muscle.
[21505048] Endocrinology 152(6): 2206-18 (2011)

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