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    • APC/C is an essential regulator of centrosome clustering. 

      Drosopoulos, K; Tang, C; Chao, WC; Linardopoulos, S (2014-01)
      Centrosome amplification has been extensively associated with cancer. Cancer cells with extra centrosomes have the ability to cluster the extra centrosomes and divide in a bipolar fashion. Although a number of proteins ...
    • Assessing histone demethylase inhibitors in cells: lessons learned. 

      Hatch, SB; Yapp, C; Montenegro, RC; Savitsky, P; Gamble, V; Tumber, A; Ruda, GF; Bavetsias, V; Fedorov, O; Atrash, B; Raynaud, F; Lanigan, R; Carmichael, L; Tomlin, K; Burke, R; Westaway, SM; Brown, JA; Prinjha, RK; Martinez, ED; Oppermann, U; Schofield, CJ; Bountra, C; Kawamura, A; Blagg, J; Brennan, PE; Rossanese, O; Müller, S (2017)
      BACKGROUND: Histone lysine demethylases (KDMs) are of interest as drug targets due to their regulatory roles in chromatin organization and their tight associations with diseases including cancer and mental disorders. The ...
    • CHD1 loss sensitizes prostate cancer to DNA damaging therapy by promoting error-prone double-strand break repair. 

      Shenoy, TR; Boysen, G; Wang, MY; Xu, QZ; Guo, W; Koh, FM; Wang, C; Zhang, LZ; Wang, Y; Gil, V; Aziz, S; Christova, R; Rodrigues, DN; Crespo, M; Rescigno, P; Tunariu, N; Riisnaes, R; Zafeiriou, Z; Flohr, P; Yuan, W; Knight, E; Swain, A; Ramalho-Santos, M; Xu, DY; de Bono, J; Wu, H (2017-07-01)
      Background: Deletion of the chromatin remodeler chromodomain helicase DNA-binding protein 1 (CHD1) is a common genomic alteration found in human prostate cancers (PCas). CHD1 loss represents a distinct PCa subtype characterized ...