In vitro & in vivo evidences

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Alberti S, et al., Granulostasis: protein quality control of RNP granules, Front Mol Neurosci. 2017, 10, 84. [Link]

Mateju D, et al., An aberrant phase transition of stress granules triggered by misfolded protein and prevented by chaperone function. EMBO J. 2017, e201695957 [Link]

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Ganassi M, et al., A Surveillance Function of the HSPB8-BAG3-HSP70 Chaperone Complex Ensures Stress Granule Integrity and Dynamism. Mol Cell. 2016, 63, 796-810. [Link]

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Inflammation & Infection

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Pini P, et al. Clinical performance of a commercial real-time PCR assay for Aspergillus DNA detection in serum samples from high-risk patients: comparison with a galactomannan enzyme immunoassay. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis, 2015, 34, 131-6. [Link]

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