J. Lynch

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Thrombospondin (Thbs) proteins are induced in sites of tissue damage or active remodeling. The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress response is also prominently induced with disease where it regulates protein production and resolution of misfolded proteins. Here we describe a function for Thbs as ER-resident effectors of an adaptive ER stress response. Thbs4(More)
We uncovered a new pathway of interplay between calreticulin and myocyte-enhancer factor (MEF) 2C, a cardiac-specific transcription factor. We establish that calreticulin works upstream of calcineurin and MEF2C in a Ca(2+)-dependent signal transduction cascade that links the endoplasmic reticulum and the nucleus during cardiac development. In the absence of(More)
  • Dave Alley, Tim Andvaag, +40 authors Bahman Mobassser
  • 1999
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