Bradley J Ungurait

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Initiation of the genetic programs for inflammation and immunity involves nuclear mobilization of transcription factor NF-kappaB. This signal-dependent process is controlled in part by the beta-catalytic subunit of IkappaB kinase (IKKbeta), which marks IkappaBalpha and other cytoplasmic inhibitors of NF-kappaB for proteolytic destruction. The catalytic(More)
Transcription factor NF-kappaB plays a pivotal regulatory role in the genetic programs for cell cycle progression and inflammation. Nuclear translocation of NF-kappaB is controlled by an inducible protein kinase called IKK, which earmarks cytoplasmic inhibitors of NF-kappaB for proteolytic destruction. IKK contains two structurally related catalytic(More)
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