Synthetic anisomycin analogues activating the JNK/SAPK1 and p38/SAPK2 pathways

Edward M. Rosser, Simon Morton, Kate S. Ashton, Philip Cohen (Lead / Corresponding author), Alison N. Hulme (Lead / Corresponding author)

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