LE WE PMID CA
Cyclophilin615Cyclophilin

CD147

Collagen

CRTAP

Cyclophilin

Kidney (Failure acute)

Mitochondria (BASKET)

Prolyl3 hydroxylase1

Redox (BASKET)

2009  
1
Cyclophilin A: potential functions and therapeutic target for human cancer.
[19865066] Med Sci Monit 15(11): RA221-32 (2009)
2005  
2
2010  
3
Cyclophilin D in mitochondrial pathophysiology.
[20026006] Biochim Biophys Acta 1797(6-7): 1113-8 (2010)
2007  
4
Components of the collagen prolyl 3-hydroxylation complex are crucial for normal bone development.
[17630507] Cell Cycle 6(14): 1675-81 (2007)
2010  
5
Cyclophilin A: promising new target in cardiovascular therapy.
[20962430] Circ J 74(11): 2249-56 (2010)
2010  
6
Oxidative stress and vascular smooth muscle cell growth: a mechanistic linkage by cyclophilin A.
[19747062] Antioxid Redox Signal 12(5): 675-82 (2010)
2010  
7
Cyclophilin-CD147 interactions: a new target for anti-inflammatory therapeutics.
[20345978] Clin Exp Immunol 160(3): 305-17 (2010)
2007  
8
Liver proteomics for therapeutic drug discovery: inhibition of the cyclophilin receptor CD147 attenuates sepsis-induced acute renal failure.
[17944020] Crit Care Med 35(10): 2319-28 (2007)
2010  
9
Current implications of cyclophilins in human cancers.
[20637127] J Exp Clin Cancer Res 29(-): 97 (2010)

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