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p62/sequestosome 1 as a regulator of proteasome inhibitor-induced autophagy in human retinal pigment epithelial cells

By Johanna Viiri, Juha M. T. Hyttinen, Tuomas Ryhänen, Kirsi Rilla, Tuomas Paimela, Erkki Kuusisto, Ari Siitonen, Arto Urtti, Antero Salminen and Kai Kaarniranta
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Publisher: Molecular Vision
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