PI3K-AKT signaling via Nrf2 protects against hyperoxia-induced acute lung injury, but promotes inflammation post-injury independent of Nrf2 in mice

Narsa M. Reddy, Haranatha R. Potteti, Suryanarayana Vegiraju, Hsin Jou Chen, Chandra Mohan Tamatam, Sekhar P. Reddy

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