LE WE PMID CA
NDPK NM2310897NDPK NM23

AMP activated protein kinase

Breast cancer metastasis suppressor1

CFTR ABCC7

CK2 casein kinase2

CRSP3

Endocytosis

KAI1

KISS1

MKK4

NDPK NM23

Neoplasia (Invasion and metastasis)

RhoGDI

RHOGDI2

Thioredoxin interacting protein

2007  
1
The cystic fibrosis transmembrane recruiter the alter ego of CFTR as a multi-kinase anchor.
[17805562] Pflugers Arch 455(2): 215-21 (2007)
2011  
2
Understanding protein kinase CK2 mis-regulation upon F508del CFTR expression.
[21607646] Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol 384(4-5): 473-88 (2011)
2006  
3
Nucleoside diphosphate kinase A as a controller of AMP-kinase in airway epithelia.
[17039396] J Bioenerg Biomembr 38(3-4): 181-7 (2006)
2008  
4
Clinical-translational approaches to the Nm23-H1 metastasis suppressor.
[18698018] Clin Cancer Res 14(16): 5006-12 (2008)
2003  
5
Metastasis suppressor genes: basic biology and potential clinical use.
[12744759] Clin Breast Cancer 4(1): 51-62 (2003)
2010  
6
The Nm23-H1 metastasis suppressor as a translational target.
[20304626] Eur J Cancer 46(7): 1278-82 (2010)
2009  
7
Developmental function of Nm23/awd: a mediator of endocytosis.
[19373545] Mol Cell Biochem 329(1-2): 35-44 (2009)
2009  
8
Potential contributions of antimutator activity to the metastasis suppressor function of NM23-H1.
[19381784] Mol Cell Biochem 329(1-2): 161-5 (2009)

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