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Park, TaejuPerson Why?
Curran, TomPerson Why?
The adaptor protein CRK is a pro-apoptotic transducer of endoplasmic reticulum stress.Academic Article Why?
Oncogene Protein v-crkConcept Why?
Dok-7 regulates neuromuscular synapse formation by recruiting Crk and Crk-L.Academic Article Why?
Fibroblast Growth Requires CT10 Regulator of Kinase (Crk) and Crk-like (CrkL).Academic Article Why?
Crk-Associated Substrate ProteinConcept Why?
CRK proteins selectively regulate T cell migration into inflamed tissues.Academic Article Why?
Crk proteins transduce FGF signaling to promote lens fiber cell elongation.Academic Article Why?
Crk Adaptor Proteins Regulate NK Cell Expansion and Differentiation during Mouse Cytomegalovirus Infection.Academic Article Why?
Essential roles of Crk and CrkL in fibroblast structure and motility.Academic Article Why?
Crk1/2 and CrkL form a hetero-oligomer and functionally complement each other during podocyte morphogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Tyrosine phosphorylated Disabled 1 recruits Crk family adapter proteins.Academic Article Why?
Crk and CrkL as Therapeutic Targets for Cancer Treatment.Academic Article Why?
Requirement for Crk and CrkL during postnatal lens development.Academic Article Why?
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