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Center for Cancer and Cell Biology

Recent Publications

Choi W#, Clemente N#, Sun W, Du J*, Lü W*. 2019. The structures and gating mechanism of human calcium homeostasis modulator 2. Nature.
#Equal contributions
*Co-corresponding authors

Zhao LH*, Ma S*, Sutkeviciute I*, Shen DD*, Zhou XE, de Waal PW, Li CH, Kang Y, Clark LJ, Jean-Alphonse FG, White AD, Yang D, Dai A, Cai X, Chen J, Li C, Jiang Y, Watanbe T, Gradella TJ, Melcher K, Wang MW#, Vilardaga JP#, Xu HE#, Zhang Y#. 2019. Structure and dynamics of the active human parathyroid hormone receptor-1. Science
* Equal contributions 
# Co-corresponding authors

Saibil SD*, St. Paul *, Laister RC, Garcia-Batres CR, Israni-Winger K, Elford AR, Grimshaw N, Robert-Tissot C, Roy DG, Jones RG, Nguyen LT, Ohashi PS. 2019. Activation of peroxisome proliferator activated receptors α and δ synergizes with inflammatory signals to enhance adoptive cell therapy. Cancer Res 79(3):445–451.

Yan Y, Zhou EX, Novick SJ, Shaw SJ, Li Y, Brunzelle JS, Hitoshi Y, Griffin PR, Xu HE, Melcher K. 2019. Structures of AMP-activated protein kinase bound to novel pharmacological activators in phosphorylated, non-phosphorylated and nucleotide-free states. J Biol Chem 294(3):953–967.

Klamer Z, Hsueh P, Ayala-Talavera D, Haab BB. 2019. Deciphering protein glycosylation by computational integration of on-chip profiling, glycan-array data, and mass spectrometryMol Cell Proteomics 18(1):28-40.

Announcements

March 2, 2020
Mark your calendars for the 2020 Origins of Cancer symposium!

Origins of Cancer is a one-day symposium that brings together students, scientists and medical professionals to discuss the latest breakthroughs in cancer research. This year’s meeting will highlight the tumor macroenvironment, which comprises near and far cells, tissues and systems that interact with primary cancer cells to promote tumor survival. Invited speakers also will discuss novel and integrative treatment approaches that target this larger interactome to outsmart cancer cells.

Learn more at originsofcancer.org. For questions or to be added to our email list, please contact Beth Resau at Beth.Resau@vai.org.

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