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  1. Elucidation of the dynamic nature of interactome networks: A practical tutorial
  2. Role of connexin 43 in different forms of intercellular communication – gap junctions, extracellular vesicles and tunnelling nanotubes
  3. MicroRNA-424(322) as a new marker of disease progression in pulmonary arterial hypertension and its role in right ventricular hypertrophy by targeting SMURF1
  4. The Expression of Connexins and SOX2 Reflects the Plasticity of Glioma Stem-Like Cells
  5. Exosomes secreted by cardiomyocytes subjected to ischaemia promote cardiac angiogenesis
  6. Characterization of phospholipid nitroxidation by LC-MS in biomimetic models and in H9c2 Myoblast using a lipidomic approach
  7. Hyperglycemia-induced degradation of HIF-1α contributes to impaired response of cardiomyocytes to hypoxia
  8. Glioblastoma entities express subtle differences in molecular composition and response to treatment
  9. Cardiac-released extracellular vesicles can activate endothelial cells
  10. Targeted Approach for Proteomic Analysis of a Hidden Membrane Protein
  11. Protective Effects of Terpenes on the Cardiovascular System: Current Advances and Future Perspectives
  12. The role of galectin-1 in in vitro and in vivo photodynamic therapy with a galactodendritic porphyrin
  13. Mitochondria-Targeted Photodynamic Therapy with a Galactodendritic Chlorin to Enhance Cell Death in Resistant Bladder Cancer Cells
  14. Proteostasis and SUMO in the heart
  15. One small step for exosomes, one giant leap for Kawasaki disease
  16. One small step for exosomes, one giant leap for Kawasaki disease
  17. Alteration in Phospholipidome Profile of Myoblast H9c2 Cell Line in a Model of Myocardium Starvation and Ischemia
  18. Acetylated bacterial cellulose coated with urinary bladder matrix as a substrate for retinal pigment epithelium
  19. Presence of Cx43 in extracellular vesicles reduces the cardiotoxicity of the anti-tumour therapeutic approach with doxorubicin
  20. Chemical characterization and cytotoxic potential of an ellagitannin-enriched fraction from Fragaria vesca leaves
  21. New platinum(II)–bipyridyl corrole complexes: Synthesis, characterization and binding studies with DNA and HSA
  22. Interacting Network of the Gap Junction (GJ) Protein Connexin43 (Cx43) is Modulated by Ischemia and Reperfusion in the Heart
  23. Gap junctional protein Cx43 is involved in the communication between extracellular vesicles and mammalian cells
  24. The Force at the Tip - Modelling Tension and Proliferation in Sprouting Angiogenesis
  25. To beat or not to beat: degradation of Cx43 imposes the heart rhythm: Figure 1
  26. Connexin 43 ubiquitination determines the fate of gap junctions: restrict to survive: Figure 1
  27. K63 linked ubiquitin chain formation is a signal for HIF1A degradation by Chaperone-Mediated Autophagy
  28. Heart ischemia results in connexin43 ubiquitination localized at the intercalated discs
  29. Ischaemia-induced autophagy leads to degradation of gap junction protein connexin43 in cardiomyocytes
  30. Bacterial Cellulose As a Support for the Growth of Retinal Pigment Epithelium
  31. Autophagy and Ubiquitination in Cardiovascular Diseases
  32. Tamoxifen in combination with temozolomide induce a synergistic inhibition of PKC-pan in GBM cell lines
  33. Cholinergic stimulation with pyridostigmine protects myocardial infarcted rats against ischemic-induced arrhythmias and preserves connexin43 protein
  34. Synthesis, characterization and biomolecule-binding properties of novel tetra-platinum(ii)-thiopyridylporphyrins
  35. Bioactivity of Fragaria vesca leaves through inflammation, proteasome and autophagy modulation
  36. AMSH-mediated deubiquitination of Cx43 regulates internalization and degradation of gap junctions
  37. P145Degradation of gap junction protein Cx43 by autophagy in ischemic heart is determined by the triggering signal: the role of AMPK Vs Beclin1
  38. DNAJB4 molecular chaperone distinguishes WT from mutant E-cadherin, determining their fate in vitro and in vivo
  39. STUB1/CHIP is required for HIF1A degradation by chaperone-mediated autophagy
  40. Ubiquitin induces interference in communication: ubiquitination of cx43 leads to gap junction degradation in ischemic heart
  41. To beat or not to beat: detrimental autophagy contributes to gap junctions degradation in ischemic heart
  42. Autophagy modulates dynamics of connexins at the plasma membrane in a ubiquitin-dependent manner
  43. Ubiquitin-mediated internalization of connexin43 is independent of the canonical endocytic tyrosine-sorting signal
  44. Eps15 interacts with ubiquitinated Cx43 and mediates its internalization
  45. Actin in the endocytic pathway: From yeast to mammals
  46. The proteasome regulates the interaction between Cx43 and ZO-1
  47. Subcellular Redistribution of Components of the Ubiquitin–Proteasome Pathway during Lens Differentiation and Maturation
  48. High Glucose Down-regulates Intercellular Communication in Retinal Endothelial Cells by Enhancing Degradation of Connexin 43 by a Proteasome-dependent Mechanism
  49. Cholesterol oxides mediated changes in cytoskeletal organisation involves Rho GTPases☆☆
  50. Lens fibers have a fully functional ubiquitin-proteasome pathway
  51. Cholesterol may act as an antioxidant in lens membranes
  52. Cholesterol Oxides Accumulate in Human Cataracts