LE WE PMID CA
TRB311095TRB3

Autophagy

Cell stress (Genotoxic)

Diabetes mellitus (BASKET)

Diabetes mellitus (Involvement kidney)

ERS UFR (Apoptosis)

ERS UFR (Induced Mediators)

ERS UFR (Pharmacology)

Fatty acids (Free)

FoxO3A

GADD153 CHOP

IGF1

Kidney (Podocytes)

MCP1 Monocyte chemotactic protein1

Osteoarthritis

P38MAPK

Palmitate

Protein kinase B Akt

PUMA

SB212090 ttp38MAPK

TRB3

Wortmannin

2010  
1
TRB3 is stimulated in diabetic kidneys, regulated by the ER stress marker CHOP, and is a suppressor of podocyte MCP-1.
[20660016] Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 299(5): F965-72 (2010)
2009  
2
Increased expression of the Akt/PKB inhibitor TRB3 in osteoarthritic chondrocytes inhibits insulin-like growth factor 1-mediated cell survival and proteoglycan synthesis.
[19180501] Arthritis Rheum 60(2): 492-500 (2009)
2009  
3
TRB3 links ER stress to autophagy in cannabinoid anti-tumoral action.
[19652543] Autophagy 5(7): 1048-9 (2009)
2005  
4
Genotoxic and endoplasmic reticulum stresses differentially regulate TRB3 expression.
[16294033] Cancer Biol Ther 4(10): 1063-7 (2005)
2010  
5
TRB3 function in cardiac endoplasmic reticulum stress.
[20360254] Circ Res 106(9): 1516-23 (2010)
2009  
6
The molecular mechanism of endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced apoptosis in PC-12 neuronal cells: the protective effect of insulin-like growth factor I.
[18801901] Endocrinology 150(1): 277-85 (2009)

Downloaded from http://www.kidney.de - The Database of Free Medical Reviews - The Metatextbook of Medicine - Ossip Groth

All Medline data shown were primarily retrieved from MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.



  • TRB3

  • The BDOM Bibliographic Dictionary of Medicine is a curated collection of free medical articles tagged to concepts.
    Contents until 2011 are reviews from PubMed, contents flagged 'PMC' are regular articles from PubMed Central.
    Search BDOM
    Nephrology Collection
    Radiology Locator

    PubMedCentral monthly collection of free medical articles by major subject

    The framed wikipedia articles are from en.wikipedia.org and they are the actual versions; the first is from Nephropedia