Fusicoccin in relation to 14-3-3 eta proteins and Estrogen receptor alpha

Fusicoccin in relation to 14-3-3 eta proteins and Estrogen receptor alpha
The story needs to start with breastcancer in general and then how the estrogen receptors are involved in this disease. Then I need a full background on the estrogen receptors and then going specific on estrogen receptor alpha. Then I need a background on the 14-3-3 proteins and more specific on the 14-3-3 eta protein and how this prevents breastcancer. Then I need the introduction of fusicoccin A and how this stabilizes the estrogen/14-3-3 complex. Finally I need to end with how plantexatrct are described in literature as similar to fusicoccin and how they seem to have potential.

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Filename Title
14-3-3_#1 14-3-3 proteins: a highly conservedwidespread family of eukaryoticproteins
14-3-3_#2 14-3-3 Proteins and signal transduction
14-3-3_#3 14-3-3 proteins as potential therapeutic targets
14-3-3_#4 Interaction of 14-3-3 proteins with the Estrogen
Receptor Alpha F domain provides a drug
target interface (IMPORTANT)
14-3-3_#5 14-3-3 proteins in plant physiology
14-3-3_#6 14-3-3 Proteins: A Number of Functions for a
Numbered Protein
14-3-3_#7 14-3-3 proteins: Structure, Function,
and Regulation
14-3-3_#8 14-3-3 Proteins: A Family of Versatile Molecular Regulators
14-3-3_#9 Molecular concepts for the modulation of the 14-3-3 protein-protein interactions; small-molecule stabilization, supramolecular multivalent binders and peptidic inhibition
14-3-3_#10 Small-molecules, peptides, natural products: getting a grip on 14-3-3 protein-protein modulation
14-3-3_#11 The role of the 14-3-3 protein family in
health, disease, and drug
development
14-3-3_#12 14-3-3 proteins: A historic overview
14-3-3_#13 The 14-3-3 Proteins: Gene, Gene Expression, and Function
14-3-3_#14 Purification, Properties, and Immunohistochemical
Localisation of Human Brain 14-3-3 Protein
14-3-3_#15 THE 14-3-3 CANCER CONNECTION
Estrogen_#1 The expression and function of estrogen
receptor a and ß in human breast cancer
and its clinical application
Estrogen_#2 The Dynamic Structure of the Estrogen Receptor
Estrogen_#3 Estrogen Receptor Alpha in Human
Breast Cancer: Occurrence and
Significance
Estrogen_#4 The origins of estrogen receptor alpha-positive and estrogen
receptor alpha-negative human breast cancer
Estrogen_#5 Endocrine-responsive breast cancer and strategies for combating resistance
Estrogen_#6 Overcoming endocrine therapy resistance by signal transduction inhibition
Fusiccocin_#1 The structure of Fusicoccin A
Fusiccocin_#2 Fusicoccin-A selectively induces apoptosis in tumor cells after interferon-a
priming
Fusiccocin_#3 FUSICOCCIN -TOOL IN CANCER CELL BIOLOGY
Fusiccocin_#4 Fusicoccin: a new wilting Toxin produced by Fusicoccumamygdali Del.
Fusiccocin_#5 Fusicoccin: a tool in plant physiology
Fusiccocin_#6 The PhytotoxinFusicoccin Differently Regulates14-3-3 Proteins Association to Mode III Targets
Fusiccocin_#7 Fusicoccin, 14-3-3 Proteins, and Defense Responses in
Tomato Plants
Fusiccocin_#8 Endogenous fusicoccin-like ligand revealed in higher plants
by radioreceptor and radioimmunoassays
Fusiccocin_#9 Fusicoccin Activates the Plasma Membrane H+-ATPase by a
Mechanism lnvolving the C-Terminal lnhibitory Domain
Fusiccocin_#10 ‘H NMR CONFORMATIONAL STUDY OF FUSICOCCIN
AND RELATEDCOMPOUNDS: MOLECULAR CONFORMATION AND
BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY*
Fusicoccin_#11 Fusicoccin – a key to multiple 14-3-3locks ?
Fusicoccin_#12 Fusicoccanes: diterpenes with
surprising biological functions
Fusicoccin_#13 Fusicoccin A, a PhytotoxicCarbotricyclicDiterpene
Glucoside of Fungal Origin,Reduces Proliferation and
Invasion of GlioblastomaCells by Targeting Multiple
Tyrosine Kinases
Fusicoccin_#14 The fusicoccin receptor of plants is a member of the 14-3-3 superfamily
of eukaryotic regulatory proteins

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