Its been a big month for publications, with 2 new co-author papers coming out. The first entitled “Trp53 and Rb1 regulate autophagy and ligand-dependent Hedgehog signaling” was published in the prestigious Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI). [Link] Ligand-dependent activation of Hedgehog (Hh) signaling in cancer occurs without mutations in canonical pathway genes. Consequently, the genetic […]Read More New Co-author publications in Cancers and JCI
I am very excited to announce our new review paper which is out now in Front Cell Dev Biol [Link]. This is also the first paper from Dr Kamila Marzec who recently joined the lab. Great work! MASTL kinase is a master regulator of mitosis, essential for ensuring that mitotic substrate phosphorylation is correctly maintained. It […]Read More New Publication: The Oncogenic Functions of MASTL Kinase
Great news, we have had a co-author review published in the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Biology. You can check out the full review here. Abstract The major cause of death from breast cancer is not the primary tumour, but relapsing, drug-resistant, metastatic disease. Identifying factors that contribute to aggressive cancer offers important leads for […]Read More New Review Published “The role of MDM2 and MDM4 in breast cancer development and prevention”
Great news, we recently published a collaborative paper in the journal Cell Division with the Lab of Dr Liz Caldon here at the Garvan. The title of the paper is “Cyclin E2 is the predominant E-cyclin associated with NPAT in breast cancer cells”, and you can find it online here It also marked the […]Read More Congratulation to Sam our PhD student on his 1st Author Publication!
Great news, Cell Division Lab and Dr Andrew Burgess will be presenting a Poster of some of our latest research at the 29th International Association for Breast Cancer Research Conference (#IABCR14). The conference will be held from the 14 – 17 September 2014 at The Novotel Sydney Manly, New South Wales, and has an amazing line up […]Read More Cell Division Lab will be at the 2014 IABCR Conference
Rachael’s Paper is now on-line [Link] Role of endoplasmic reticulum stress induction by the plant toxin, persin, in overcoming resistance to the apoptotic effects of tamoxifen in human breast cancer cells “The cytotoxic effects of persin are CASP-4 dependent and mediated by CHOP-dependent and -independent ERS signalling cascades. Increased ERS signalling contributes to persin-induced reversal […]Read More Persin Paper on reversal of Tamoxifen resistance Now Online !