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About p38 Signaling Pathway

Introduction The p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase (p38MAPK) signaling pathway is a member of the mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) family and is composed of MAPK kinase kinase, MAPK kinase and p38MAPK. The p38MAPK pathway can transduce a variety of extracellular signals, especially in oxidative stress environments, which can produce a large number of inflammatory mediators including inflammatory cells, inflammatory factors, podocyte apoptosis, and matrix deposition. Composition and Distribution of p38MAPK Signaling Pathway The p38MAPK signaling pathway is mainly composed of MAPK kinase kinase, MAPK kinase and p38MAPK. Luo et al found that the structural subtypes of p38MAPK include six species, namely p38α (p38α1, p38α2), p38β (p38β1, p38β2), p38γ and p38δ. In the primary structure, a "T-ring structure" containing tyrosine and threonine exists on p38MAPK, and a tyrosine and threonine are separated by one amino acid to form a tri

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