Metals and cellular signaling in mammalian cells.


A number of heavy metals are known to be essential for life, but most of these can also be toxic to cells under certain circumstances, or at elevated levels. Metals can directly induce gene expression through the actions of metal-responsive transcription factors. However, metals can also influence the response to non-metal extracellular signals. Cells… (More)


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@article{Demoor2000MetalsAC, title={Metals and cellular signaling in mammalian cells.}, author={Janice M Demoor and D James Koropatnick}, journal={Cellular and molecular biology}, year={2000}, volume={46 2}, pages={367-81} }