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SMAD2557SMAD

Bone (Development)

Pancreas (Neoplasia)

RNA (MicroRNA)

SMAD

TGF beta

2005  
1
1998  
2
Smads and early developmental signaling by the TGFbeta superfamily.
[9716398] Genes Dev 12(16): 2445-62 (1998)
2001  
3
2007  
4
Emerging insights into Transforming growth factor beta Smad signal in hepatic fibrogenesis.
[17303605] Gut 56(2): 284-92 (2007)
2005  
5
Fine tuning and cross-talking of TGF-beta signal by inhibitory Smads.
[15715940] J Biochem Mol Biol 38(1): 9-16 (2005)
2000  
6
Regulation of Smad activity.
[10660041] Cell 100(2): 189-92 (2000)
1998  
7
Smads: transcriptional activators of TGF-beta responses.
[9865691] Cell 95(6): 737-40 (1998)
2003  
8
New intracellular components of bone morphogenetic protein/Smad signaling cascades.
[12829249] FEBS Lett 546(1): 133-9 (2003)
2006  
9
2009  
10
Smad signaling in skeletal development and regeneration.
[19926329] Cytokine Growth Factor Rev 20(5-6): 379-88 (2009)
2009  
11
Control of microRNA biogenesis by TGFbeta signaling pathway-A novel role of Smads in the nucleus.
[19892582] Cytokine Growth Factor Rev 20(5-6): 517-21 (2009)
2008  
12
To (TGF)beta or not to (TGF)beta: fine-tuning of Smad signaling via post-translational modifications.
[18387785] Cell Signal 20(9): 1579-91 (2008)
2011  
13
The Smad family and its role in pancreatic cancer.
[21921337] Indian J Cancer 48(3): 351-60 (2011)

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