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MCCB Upcoming Events

  • lunes, diciembre 06, 2021

    UMass Cancer Center

    Hosted By: Jonathan Gerber, MD & Marcus Ruscetti, PhD
    11:00 AM

    Jason R Pitarresi, PhD
    Research Associate, University of Pennsylvania

    “Collateralamplification ofKRASlinked genePTHLHgoverns pancreatic cancer
    growth andmetastasis and reveals a
    new therapeutic vulnerability”

    Zoom: 947 5341 3678     Password: 422613

  • jueves, diciembre 09, 2021

    In-House Seminar

    12:00 PM

    Levi Ali | Haynes Lab
    Dimpi Mukhopadhyay | Mercurio Lab
    Zoom Link - click here

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MCCB Publications

Shih YH et al. (2021) Integrated molecular analysis identifies a conserved pericyte gene signature in zebrafish.
Article | Lawson Lab

Gopalan S et al. (2021) Simultaneous profiling of multiple chromatin proteins in the same cells.
Article | Fazzio Lab

Arsenault HE et al. (2021) Ubc1 turnover contributes to the spindle assembly checkpoint in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Article | Benanti Lab

Wu T et al. (2021) Characterization of R-loop-interacting proteins in embryonic stem cells reveals roles in ribosomal RNA processing and gene expression.
Article | Fazzio Lab

Shen JL et al. (2021) Vps13D functions in a Pink1-dependent and Parkin-independent mitophagy pathway.
Article | Baehrecke Lab

Oikemus SR et al. (2021) Allele-specific knockdown of mutant HTT protein via editing at coding region SNP heterozygosities.
Article | Brodsky Lab

Garwain O et al. (2021)  The chromatin-binding domain of Ki-67 together with p53 protects human chromosomes from mitotic damage.
Article | Kaufman Lab

Ando K et al. (2021) Conserved and context-dependent roles for pdgfrb signaling during zebrafish vascular mural cell development.
Article | Lawson Lab

Brown C et al. (2021) Targeting prominin2 transcription to overcome ferroptosis resistance in cancer.
Article | Mercurio Lab

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