CXCL12 and MYC control energy metabolism to support adaptive responses after kidney injury. Yakulov, T. A, Todkar, A. P, Slanchev, K., Wiegel, J., Bona, A., Groß, M., Scholz, A., Hess, I., Wurditsch, A., Grahammer, F., Huber, T. B, Lecaudey, V., Bork, T., Hochrein, J., Boerries, M., Leenders, J., de Tullio, P., Jouret, F., Kramer-Zucker, A., & Walz, G. Nature communications, 9(1):3660, September, 2018.
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@article{Yakulov:2018iq,
author = {Yakulov, Toma A and Todkar, Abhijeet P and Slanchev, Krasimir and Wiegel, Johannes and Bona, Alexandra and Gro{\ss}, Martin and Scholz, Alexander and Hess, Isabell and Wurditsch, Anne and Grahammer, Florian and Huber, Tobias B and Lecaudey, Virginie and Bork, Tillmann and Hochrein, Jochen and Boerries, Melanie and Leenders, Justine and de Tullio, Pascal and Jouret, Fran{\c c}ois and Kramer-Zucker, Albrecht and Walz, Gerd},
title = {{CXCL12 and MYC control energy metabolism to support adaptive responses after kidney injury.}},
journal = {Nature communications},
year = {2018},
volume = {9},
number = {1},
pages = {3660},
month = sep
}
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