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E-GEOD-19500 - An EGFR autocrine loop encodes a slow-reacting but dominant mode of mechanotransduction in a polarized epithelium
Released on 15 December 2009, last updated on 27 March 2012
Normal human bronchial epithelial cells were studied under four different conditions: control, pressure 30 cmH2O, AG1478 (1 microM), and pressure plus AG1478 at 1, 3, and 8 hours, all in the absence of exogenous EGF. Keywords: Normal human bronchial epithelial cells. Time series under 4 different stimuli with no replicate measurements.
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Alvin T. Kho <email@example.com>, Alvin T Kho, Daniel T Tschumperlin, Nikola Kojic
An EGFR autocrine loop encodes a slow-reacting but dominant mode of mechanotransduction in a polarized epithelium. Kojic N, Chung E, Kho AT, Park JA, Huang A, So PT, Tschumperlin DJ. , PMID:20056713