Inactivation of jNK ACtivity by mitogen-activated protein kinase phosphatase-2 in Eahy926 endothelial cells is dependent upon agonist-specific jNK translocation to the nucleus

C. Robinson, C.M. Sloss, R.J. Plevin

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