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Induction of the angiogenic modulator FGF-BP by epidermal growth factor is mediated through both MEK/ERK and p38 signal transduction pathways

Harris VK., Cottichia CM., Kagan BL., Wellstein A. and Riegel AT. "Induction of the angiogenic modulator FGF-BP by epidermal growth factor is mediated through both MEK/ERK and p38 signal transduction pathways." J Biol Chem 275, 10802-10811, 2000. 275 (2000): 10802-10811.

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