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臺大學術典藏 2021-09-02T00:03:31Z Mitochondrial CaMKII causes adverse metabolic reprogramming and dilated cardiomyopathy Luczak E.D;Wu Y;Granger J.M;Joiner M.-L.A;Wilson N.R;Gupta A;Umapathi P;Murphy K.R;Reyes Gaido O.E;Sabet A;Corradini E;Tseng W.-W;Wang Y;Heck A.J.R;Wei A.-C;Weiss R.G;Anderson M.E.; Luczak E.D; AN-CHI WEI et al.
臺大學術典藏 2021-09-02T00:03:30Z MICAL1 constrains cardiac stress responses and protects against disease by oxidizing CaMKII Konstantinidis K;Bezzerides V.J;Lai L;Isbell H.M;Wei A.-C;Wu Y;Viswanathan M.C;Blum I.D;Granger J.M;Heims-Waldron D;Zhang D;Luczak E.D;Murphy K.R;Lu F;Gratz D.H;Manta B;Wang Q;Wang Q;Kolodkin A.L;Gladyshev V.N;Hund T.J;Pu W.T;Wu M.N;Cammarato A;Bianchet M.A;Shea M.A;Levine R.L;Anderson M.E.; Konstantinidis K; AN-CHI WEI et al.
臺大學術典藏 2021-09-02T00:03:29Z Excessive O-GlcNAcylation Causes Heart Failure and Sudden Death Umapathi P;Mesubi O.O;Banerjee P.S;Abrol N;Wang Q;Luczak E.D;Wu Y;Granger J.M;Wei A.-C;Reyes Gaido O.E;Florea L;Talbot C.C;Hart G.W;Zachara N.E;Anderson M.E.; Umapathi P; AN-CHI WEI et al.
臺大學術典藏 2021-09-02T00:03:28Z CaMKII oxidation is a critical performance/disease trade-off acquired at the dawn of vertebrate evolution Wang Q;Hern?ndez-Ochoa E.O;Viswanathan M.C;Blum I.D;Do D.C;Granger J.M;Murphy K.R;Wei A.-C;Aja S;Liu N;Antonescu C.M;Florea L.D;Talbot C.C;Jr;Mohr D;Wagner K.R;Regot S;Lovering R.M;Gao P;Bianchet M.A;Wu M.N;Cammarato A;Schneider M.F;Bever G.S;Anderson M.E.; Wang Q; AN-CHI WEI et al.

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