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The role of p53 in UV radiation DNA damage and subsequent tumorogenesis
p53, the protein product of the tp53 gene, is one of the most widely studied tumor suppressor proteins in cancer research. p53 is unique in that it demonstrates both tumor suppressive and tumor progressive properties depending on whether it is fu... Read full blog post.
MAPK8/JNK1 - A multifunctional kinase and drug target for cancer therapeutics
The c-Jun N-terminal kinase (JNK) family is a group of regulatory kinases with important functions in cell morphogenesis, inflammation, differentiation, and cell death (1). Aberrant activation of JNK family proteins in cancers has led to interest i... Read full blog post.
p53 - Investigating an important tumor suppressor
p53 is a tumor suppressor that has a central role in regulating cell cycle arrest, DNA repair, and apoptosis. p53 is widely studied for its role in cancer and is mutated or altered in more than half of all cancers (1). This widespread role in tumor... Read full blog post.
ATM - detecting and responding to DNA damage
Ataxia telangiectasia mutated (ATM) is essential for the maintenance of genomic stability. ATM is a 370 kDa serine-threonine kinase that is constitutively expressed in various tissues. Although primarily nuclear, ATM is also found at lower levels... Read full blog post.
NOXA - a BH3-only protein balancing cell death decisions
Noxa is a BH3-only protein involved in regulating cell death decisions. Noxa is a primary p53-response gene and is upregulated in response to p53 overexpression or DNA damage. Noxa can also be induced by alternative mechanisms including through a ... Read full blog post.
p73: An Important Tumor Suppressor Cousin of p53
p73 has been identified as a long-lost cousin of the p53 tumor suppressor protein. It has high homology with both p53 and with p63, a gene implicated in the maintenance of epithelial stem cells. The presence of significant homology between the DNA-bin... Read full blog post.
PRMT6: One Function, Many Roles
Protein arginine methylation is a prevalent posttranslational modification in eukaryotic cells. It regulates RNA processing, trafficking and nascent pre-RNA metabolism, receptor-mediated signal transduction, and transcriptional activation processes. P... Read full blog post.
Nanog is a Master Controller of ES cell Pluripotency
Nanog, a homeodomain (HD) transcription factor, plays a critical role in the maintenance of embryonic stem (ES) cell self-renewal. Transcription regulator involved in inner cell mass and ES cell proliferation and self-renewal. Imposes pluripotency on... Read full blog post.
p14 ARF is an Important Tumor Suppressor
The p14ARF (Alternative Reading Frame) tumor suppressor is a protein product of the alternative reading frame (ARF) of the human INK4a locus which regulates a series of cell cycle regulatory proteins to promote cell cycle arrest in response to abnorma... Read full blog post.
No Monkey Business: APE1 is a Critical DNA Repair Enzyme
APE1 (aka. HAP1, /Ref-1 or APEX) the mammalian ortholog of Escherichia coli Xth is a multifunctional protein possessing both DNA repair and transcriptional regulatory activity. APE1 acts essentially as master regulator of controlling cellular response... Read full blog post.