Protein kinase CK2 inhibition suppresses neointima formation via a proline-rich homeodomain-dependent mechanism

K. S. Wadey, Bethan Brown, G. B. Sala-Newby, P. S. Jayaraman, K. Gaston, S. J. George*

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