Nrf2-regulated chaperon-mediated autophagy is involved in apoptosis modulation in COPD pathogenesis.

Y. Hosaka (Tokyo, Japan), J. Araya (Tokyo, Japan), Y. Fujita (Tokyo, Japan), K. Tsubouchi (Tokyo, Japan), T. Kadota (Tokyo, Japan), M. Yoshida (Tokyo, Japan), S. Minagawa (Tokyo, Japan), H. Hara (Tokyo, Japan), H. Kawamoto (Tokyo, Japan), N. Watanabe (Tokyo, Japan), A. Ito (Tokyo, Japan), A. Ichikawa (Tokyo, Japan), N. Saito (Tokyo, Japan), T. Numata (Tokyo, Japan), K. Kuwano (Tokyo, Japan)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Cellular stress in respiratory diseases
Session: Cellular stress in respiratory diseases
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 608
Disease area: Airway diseases

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Y. Hosaka (Tokyo, Japan), J. Araya (Tokyo, Japan), Y. Fujita (Tokyo, Japan), K. Tsubouchi (Tokyo, Japan), T. Kadota (Tokyo, Japan), M. Yoshida (Tokyo, Japan), S. Minagawa (Tokyo, Japan), H. Hara (Tokyo, Japan), H. Kawamoto (Tokyo, Japan), N. Watanabe (Tokyo, Japan), A. Ito (Tokyo, Japan), A. Ichikawa (Tokyo, Japan), N. Saito (Tokyo, Japan), T. Numata (Tokyo, Japan), K. Kuwano (Tokyo, Japan). Nrf2-regulated chaperon-mediated autophagy is involved in apoptosis modulation in COPD pathogenesis.. 608

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