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Haripriya Sridharan et al.
EMBO reports, 18(8), 1429-1441 (2017-06-14)
DNA-dependent activator of interferon regulatory factors/Z-DNA binding protein 1 (DAI/ZBP1) is a crucial sensor of necroptotic cell death induced by murine cytomegalovirus (MCMV) in its natural host. Here, we show that viral capsid transport to the nucleus and subsequent viral
Nadinath B Nillegoda et al.
eLife, 6 (2017-05-16)
Hsp70 participates in a broad spectrum of protein folding processes extending from nascent chain folding to protein disaggregation. This versatility in function is achieved through a diverse family of J-protein cochaperones that select substrates for Hsp70. Substrate selection is further
Ahmed Almatrafi et al.
Oncoscience, 1(11), 745-750 (2015-01-17)
Bona fide germline genes have expression restricted to the germ cells of the gonads. Testis-specific germline development-associated genes can become activated in cancer cells and can potentially drive the oncogenic process and serve as therapeutic/biomarker targets; such germline genes are
Chao-Chieh Lin et al.
Cell death and differentiation, 27(7), 2234-2247 (2020-01-29)
The molecular and genetic basis of tumor recurrence is complex and poorly understood. RIPK3 is a key effector in programmed necrotic cell death and, therefore, its expression is frequently suppressed in primary tumors. In a transcriptome profiling between primary and
Valentina Lo Sardo et al.
Nature biotechnology, 35(1), 69-74 (2016-12-13)
Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) are being pursued as a source of cells for autologous therapies, many of which will be aimed at aged patients. To explore the impact of age on iPSC quality, we produced iPSCs from blood cells
Muwan Chen et al.
Stem cell research, 45, 101781-101781 (2020-04-20)
We generated an induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) line from fibroblasts of a clinically diagnosed 70 year old female Parkinson's disease (PD) patient heterozygous for a pathogenic missense variant (p.G2019S; c. 6055 G > A) in the leucine-rich repeat kinase 2 (LRRK2) gene
Tao Yu et al.
BMC biotechnology, 19(1), 28-28 (2019-05-24)
In vivo use of monoclonal antibodies has become routine clinical practice in the treatment of human cancer. CD38 is an attractive target, because it has double roles, as a receptor and an ectoenzyme. Daratumumab, an anti-CD38 antibody, is currently in
Yoichiro Sugimoto et al.
Nature protocols, 12(3), 611-637 (2017-02-24)
The structure of RNA molecules has a critical role in regulating gene expression, largely through influencing their interactions with RNA-binding proteins (RBPs). RNA hybrid and individual-nucleotide resolution UV cross-linking and immunoprecipitation (hiCLIP) is a transcriptome-wide method of monitoring these interactions
Pingyu Liu et al.
Nature cell biology, 23(4), 355-365 (2021-04-03)
Methyltransferase-like 3 (METTL3) and 14 (METTL14) are core subunits of the methyltransferase complex that catalyses messenger RNA N6-methyladenosine (m6A) modification. Despite the expanding list of m6A-dependent functions of the methyltransferase complex, the m6A-independent function of the METTL3 and METTL14 complex
Doris Höglinger et al.
eLife, 4 (2015-11-28)
To elucidate new functions of sphingosine (Sph), we demonstrate that the spontaneous elevation of intracellular Sph levels via caged Sph leads to a significant and transient calcium release from acidic stores that is independent of sphingosine 1-phosphate, extracellular and ER
Ziyang Hao et al.
Molecular cell, 78(3), 382-395 (2020-03-19)
N6-Methyldeoxyadenosine (6mA) has recently been shown to exist and play regulatory roles in eukaryotic genomic DNA (gDNA). However, the biological functions of 6mA in mammals have yet to be adequately explored, largely due to its low abundance in most mammalian
Giovanna Barba-Spaeth et al.
Nature, 536(7614), 48-53 (2016-06-25)
Zika virus is a member of the Flavivirus genus that had not been associated with severe disease in humans until the recent outbreaks, when it was linked to microcephaly in newborns in Brazil and to Guillain-Barré syndrome in adults in
Natalia Gomez-Escobar et al.
Oncotarget, 7(23), 33809-33820 (2016-05-18)
Translin and Trax proteins are highly conserved nucleic acid binding proteins that have been implicated in RNA regulation in a range of biological processes including tRNA processing, RNA interference, microRNA degradation during oncogenesis, spermatogenesis and neuronal regulation. Here, we explore
Arun Vaidyanath et al.
Stem cell research, 48, 101992-101992 (2020-09-25)
Liver cirrhosis accompanied with hepatic encephalopathy commonly causes cognitive impairment in patients. To model this disease, two independent patient specific induced pluripotent stem cell-line (iPSC) clones, NCCSi011-A and NCCSi011-B were generated by reprogramming the CD4+ T cells of an Indian
Yuxiao Yao et al.
Cancer research, 78(19), 5548-5560 (2018-08-02)
There is limited understanding of the effects of major oncogenic pathways and their combinatorial actions on lipid composition and transformation during hepatic tumorigenesis. Here, we report a negative correlation of Wnt/Myc activity with steatosis in human hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and
Seyed Mehdi Jafarnejad et al.
eLife, 7 (2018-02-08)
MicroRNAs (miRNAs) exert a broad influence over gene expression by directing effector activities that impinge on translation and stability of mRNAs. We recently discovered that the cap-binding protein 4EHP is a key component of the mammalian miRNA-Induced Silencing Complex (miRISC)
C Corral-Vázquez et al.
Cell and tissue banking, 18(2), 271-280 (2017-03-04)
Establishment of continuous cell lines from human normal and tumor tissues is an extended and useful methodology for molecular characterization of cancer pathophysiology and drug development in research laboratories. The exchange of these cell lines between different labs is a
Swetha Parvathaneni et al.
Oncotarget, 8(44), 75924-75942 (2017-11-05)
Sensitivity of cancer cells to DNA damaging chemotherapeutics is determined by DNA repair processes. Consequently, cancer cells may upregulate the expression of certain DNA repair genes as a mechanism to promote chemoresistance. Here, we report that RECQ1, a breast cancer
Moloy T Goswami et al.
Molecular cancer research : MCR, 17(8), 1652-1664 (2019-05-22)
Tumor protein 53 (TP53; p53) is the most frequently altered gene in human cancer. Identification of vulnerabilities imposed by TP53 alterations may enable effective therapeutic approaches. Through analyzing short hairpin RNA (shRNA) screening data, we identified TP53RK-Binding Protein (TPRKB), a
Xiaoni Liu et al.
Molecular cancer therapeutics, 18(3), 706-717 (2018-12-14)
Tumor heterogeneity is a major challenge for cancer treatment, especially due to the presence of various subpopulations with stem cell or progenitor cell properties. In mouse melanomas, both CD34+p75- (CD34+) and CD34-p75- (CD34-) tumor subpopulations were characterized as melanoma-propagating cells
Violet R Mukaro et al.
Nature communications, 9(1), 1365-1365 (2018-04-11)
Despite anti-TNF therapy advancements for inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, the burden of diseases remains high. An 11-mer TNF peptide, TNF70-80, is known to stimulate selective functional responses compared to the parent TNF molecule. Here, we show that TNF70-80
Feng Liu et al.
Nature communications, 9(1), 4295-4295 (2018-10-18)
Tuberculosis (TB) caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) kills millions every year, and there is urgent need to develop novel anti-TB agents due to the fast-growing of drug-resistant TB. Although autophagy regulates the intracellular survival of Mtb, the role of calcium
Young-Tae Lee et al.
Nature communications, 12(1), 2953-2953 (2021-05-21)
Recent cryo-EM structures show the highly dynamic nature of the MLL1-NCP (nucleosome core particle) interaction. Functional implication and regulation of such dynamics remain unclear. Here we show that DPY30 and the intrinsically disordered regions (IDRs) of ASH2L work together in
Satyajit Patra et al.
Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP, 18(8), 2209-2213 (2017-08-28)
Studies show that approximately 20% of all breast cancer patients have a breast tumor that tests positive for Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2, otherwise known as the HER2 gene. As such, treatments for breast cancer usually include drugs that
Yu-Chih Chen et al.
Cell reports, 27(13), 3916-3926 (2019-06-27)
Twenty percent of breast cancer (BC) patients develop distant metastasis for which there is no cure. Mesenchymal stem/stromal cells (MSCs) in the tumor microenvironment were shown to stimulate metastasis, but the mechanisms are unclear. Here, we identified and quantified cancer
Tae Woo Jung et al.
Molecular and cellular endocrinology, 518, 110928-110928 (2020-07-24)
Kynurenic acid (KA), an endogenous product of L-tryptophan metabolism in the kynurenine pathway, regulates adipose tissue energy homeostasis and inflammation. However, its role in palmitate-induced insulin resistance and detailed underlying mechanisms in skeletal muscles and adipose tissues are unclear. Herein
Efraín E Rivera-Serrano et al.
eLife, 8 (2019-02-26)
Many 'non-enveloped' viruses, including hepatitis A virus (HAV), are released non-lytically from infected cells as infectious, quasi-enveloped virions cloaked in host membranes. Quasi-enveloped HAV (eHAV) mediates stealthy cell-to-cell spread within the liver, whereas stable naked virions shed in feces are
M Swayampakula et al.
Oncogene, 36(45), 6244-6261 (2017-07-12)
Carbonic anhydrase IX (CAIX) is a hypoxia inducible factor 1-induced, cell surface pH regulating enzyme with an established role in tumor progression and clinical outcome. However, the molecular basis of CAIX-mediated tumor progression remains unclear. Here, we have utilized proximity
Joanna C Fowler et al.
Cancer discovery, 11(2), 340-361 (2020-10-23)
Skin cancer risk varies substantially across the body, yet how this relates to the mutations found in normal skin is unknown. Here we mapped mutant clones in skin from high- and low-risk sites. The density of mutations varied by location.
Arvind Arora et al.
Molecular cancer therapeutics, 16(1), 239-250 (2016-11-12)
RECQL1, a key member of the RecQ family of DNA helicases, is required for DNA replication and DNA repair. Two recent studies have shown that germline RECQL1 mutations are associated with increased breast cancer susceptibility. Whether altered RECQL1 expression has
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