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Publication Listing for the MeSH term oxidative stress. Found 14 abstracts

Zhao S, Song T, Gu Y, Zhang Y, Cao S, Miao Q, Zhang X, Chen H, Gao Y, Zhang L, Han Y, Wang H, Pu J, Xie L, Ji Y. Hydrogen sulfide alleviates liver injury via S-sulfhydrated-Keap1/Nrf2/LRP1 pathway. Hepatology (Baltimore, Md). 2020 Mar 27;.
Bevelacqua JJ, Welsh J, Mortazavi SM. Commentary: Introduction to the Frontiers Research Topic: Optimization of Exercise Countermeasures for Human Space Flight-Lessons From Terrestrial Physiology and Operational Considerations. Frontiers in physiology. 2019 Jan;10:915.   PMCID: PMC6659347
Herman AB, Silva Afonso M, Kelemen SE, Ray M, Vrakas CN, Burke AC, Scalia RG, Moore K, Autieri MV. Regulation of Stress Granule Formation by Inflammation, Vascular Injury, and Atherosclerosis. Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology. 2019 Oct;39(10):2014-27.   PMCID: PMC6761003
Perez-Leal O, Barrero CA, Merali S. Pharmacological stimulation of nuclear factor (erythroid-derived 2)-like 2 translation activates antioxidant responses. The Journal of biological chemistry. 2017 Jul 06;292(34):14108-21.   PMCID: PMC5572918
Shao Y, Nanayakkara G, Cheng J, Cueto R, Yang WY, Park JY, Wang H, Yang X. Lysophospholipids and Their Receptors Serve as Conditional DAMPs and DAMP Receptors in Tissue Oxidative and Inflammatory Injury. Antioxidants & redox signaling. 2017 Apr 26;.   PMCID: PMC5849278
Shukla A, Barrett TF, MacPherson MB, Hillegass JM, Fukagawa NK, Swain WA, O'Byrne KJ, Testa JR, Pass HI, Faux SP, Mossman BT. An Extracellular Signal-Regulated Kinase 2 Survival Pathway Mediates Resistance of Human Mesothelioma Cells to Asbestos-Induced Injury. American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology. 2011 Nov;45(5):906-14.   PMCID: PMC3262687
Zhuo JM, Kruger WD, Pratico D. The Herp Protein Pathway is Not Involved in the Pro-Amyloidogenic Effect of Hyperhomocysteinemia. Journal of Alzheimers Disease. 2010 Jan;20(2):569-76.   PMCID: NIH funded - needs PMCID
Townsend DM, Findlay VJ, Fazilev F, Ogle M, Fraser J, Saavedra JE, Ji XH, Keefer LK, Tew KD. A glutathione S-transferase pi-activated prodrug causes kinase activation concurrent with S-glutathionylation of proteins. Molecular Pharmacology. 2006 Feb;69(2):501-8.
Ren Q, Yang H, Rosinski M, Conrad MN, Dresser ME, Guacci V, Zhang ZJ. Mutation of the cohesin related gene PDS5 causes cell death with predominant apoptotic features in Saccharomyces cerevisiae during early meiosis. Mutation Research-Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis. 2005 Mar;570(2):163-73.
Vilenchik MM, Knudson AG. Inverse radiation dose-rate effects on somatic and germ-line mutations and DNA damage rates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2000 May 09;97(10):5381-6.
Yin ZM, Ivanov VN, Habelhah H, Tew K, Ronai Z. Glutathione S-transferase p elicits protection against H2O2- induced cell death via coordinated regulation of stress kinases. Cancer Research. 2000 Aug;60(15):4053-7.
Adler V, Yin ZM, Tew KD, Ronai Z. Role of redox potential and reactive oxygen species in stress signaling. Oncogene. 1999 Nov;18(45):6104-11.
Jaiswal AK. Antioxidant Response Element. Biochemical pharmacology. 1994 Aug 03;48(3):439-44.
Jaiswal AK. Human Nad(P)H-Quinone Oxidoreductase(2) - Gene Structure, Activity, and Tissue-Specific Expression. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 1994 May 20;269(20):14502-8.
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MeSH cloud from publications including the MeSH term oxidative stress

oxidative stress apoptosis expression protein transcriptional regulation ya-subunit gene condensation rat-brain neurogranin ROS agents quinone reductase activated protein-kinases phosphorylation inflammation AKT Gyy4137 Amyloid-beta antioxidant Tg-278Cbs(- atherosclerosis nitric-oxide modification oxygen radicals space conserved cysteine thiol proteins human lymphoblasts mice inducible expression induction by antioxidants and mitochondrial reactive oxygen species endoplasmic-reticulum stress Nuclear factor 2 (erythroid-derived 2-like factor) (NFE2L2) (Nrf2) activity controlling inducible expression gamma- fos jun rays mouse model conditional danger-associated molecular patterns adaptive response reactive oxygen species human-lymphocytes genes encoding detoxifying enzymes cells terminal kinase plasma beta-protein astronauts sv40 xenobiotics necrosis alzheimers-disease malignant mesothelioma glutathione-s-transferase planar aromatic-compounds exercise gene-expression dt-diaphorase actin NF- t-lymphocytes thymine glycol simian-virus-40 -) induction Pds5p residues growth-factor-receptor Tg2576 molecular pharmacology risk factor mammalian-cells homocysteine localization aromatic-compounds fibrosis l5178y cells nitric-oxide protein-kinase-c akt asbestos mesothelioma kappa B GST dna-binding pathways endoplasmatic reticulum stress smooth muscle-vascular oxidoreductase gene planar liver dysfunction gene dna-damage activated protein-kinase ionizing-radiation electrophile-responsive element nad(p)h-quinone G-protein-coupled receptors translation control stress kinases vascular diseases Saccharomyces cerevisiae protein kinase B meiosis metabolism nad(p)h fission yeast normal and tumor tissues enzymes regulation space radiation amyloid-beta metabolism epidermal growth factor receptor lipid deposition nf-kappa-b parkinsons-disease drug recombination degradation chromosome segregation reductase gene replication sister-chromatid cohesion thioredoxin lysophospholipids toxicity transduction pathways jun nh2-terminal kinase
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