LE WE PMID CA
BNIP38056BNIP3

Apoptosis

Autophagy

BNIP3

ERS UFR (Diseases)

Heart (Cardiomyopathy BASKET)

Heart (Remodeling)

Hypoxia (tissue local)

Ischemia reperfusion

Mitochondria (Dysfunction)

Mitophagy

Nix

PLAGL2

Pulmonary emphysema

SP C (Surfactant)

2009  
1
Role of BNIP3 and NIX in cell death, autophagy, and mitophagy.
[19229244] Cell Death Differ 16(7): 939-46 (2009)
2009  
2
The role of Bcl-2 family member BNIP3 in cell death and disease: NIPping at the heels of cell death.
[19136941] Cell Death Differ 16(4): 515-23 (2009)
2006  
3
Regulation of BNIP3 in normal and cancer cells.
[16511341] Mol Cells 21(1): 1-6 (2006)
2004  
4
A unique pathway of cardiac myocyte death caused by hypoxia-acidosis.
[15299040] J Exp Biol 207(Pt 18): 3189-200 (2004)
2009  
5
PLAGL2 expression-induced lung epithelium damages at bronchiolar alveolar duct junction in emphysema: bNip3- and SP-C-associated cell death/injury activity.
[19574421] Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol 297(3): L455-66 (2009)
2011  
6
Bnip3 as a dual regulator of mitochondrial turnover and cell death in the myocardium.
[21210091] Pediatr Cardiol 32(3): 267-74 (2011)
2010  
7
Mitochondrial pruning by Nix and BNip3: an essential function for cardiac-expressed death factors.
[20559783] J Cardiovasc Transl Res 3(4): 374-83 (2010)
2008  
8
BNIP3 subfamily BH3-only proteins: mitochondrial stress sensors in normal and pathological functions.
[19641497] Oncogene 27 Suppl 1(-): S114-27 (2008)

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