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Other contributors to the study include: Nicklaus A. Sparrow from UCF, Yaozu Ye from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Christian A. Refakis, Jessica L. Feldman and Audrey L. Stokes from Franklin and Marshall College, Manuela Basso and Thong C. Ma from the Burke Medical Research Institute, Raquel M. Melero Fernández de Mera from Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Noel Y. Calingasan, Mahmoud Kiaei and M. Flint Beal from Weill Cornell Medical College, Timothy W. Rhoads, and Ryan Mehl from Oregon State University and Martin Grumet from Rutgers State University of New Jersey
The National Institutes of Health, the Burke Medical Research Institute, the ALS Association and other agencies financially supported this study.
Nitration of Hsp90 induces cell death, Maria Clara Franco, Yaozu Ye, Christian A. Refakis, Jessica L. Feldman, Audrey L. Stokes, Manuela Basso, Raquel M. Melero Fernández de Mera, Nicklaus A. Sparrow, Noel Y. Calingasan, Mahmoud Kiaei, Timothy W. Rhoads, Thong C. Ma, Martin Grumet, Stephen Barnes, M. Flint Beal, Joseph S. Beckman, Ryan Mehl, and Alvaro G. Estévez, Published online before print March 4, 2013, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1215177110
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