The calcium-binding domain of the stress protein SEP53 is required for survival in response to deoxycholic acid-mediated injury

Joanne Darragh, Mairi Hunter, Elizabeth Pohler, Lenny Nelson, John F. Dillon, Rudolf Nenutil, Borek Vojtesek, Peter E. Ross, Neil Kernohan, Ted R. Hupp

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