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Oncogene

Print ISSN
0950-9232
Electronic ISSN
1476-5594
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7.414
Publisher
nature
URL
http://www.nature.com/onc/
Usage rank
98
Article count
15971
Free count
8085
Free percentage
0.50623
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CSA, Gale, Proquest, Nature, and Ovid from 2003

  1. Deacetylation of tumor-suppressor MST1 in Hippo pathway induces its degradation through HBXIP-elevated HDAC6 in promotion of breast cancer growth.

    Oncogene (2015) PMID 26657153

    Reduction or loss of tumor-suppressor mammalian STE20-like kinase 1 (MST1) in Hippo pathway contributes to the tumorigenesis. However, the mechanism leading to reduction of MST1 in cancers remains poorly understood. In this study, we explored the hypothesis that the oncoprotein hepatitis B X-inte...
  2. A new ER-specific photosensitizer unravels (1)O2-driven protein oxidation and inhibition of deubiquitinases as a generic mechanism for cancer PDT.

    Oncogene (2015) PMID 26686091

    Photosensitizers (PS) are ideally devoid of any activity in the absence of photoactivation, and rely on molecular oxygen for the formation of singlet oxygen ((1)O2) to produce cellular damage. Off-targets and tumor hypoxia therefore represent obstacles for the use of PS for cancer photodynamic th...
  3. HER2 induced EMT and tumorigenicity in breast epithelial progenitor cells is inhibited by coexpression of EGFR.

    Oncogene (2015) PMID 26686087

    The members of the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) kinase family are important players in breast morphogenesis and cancer. EGFR2/HER2 and EGFR expression have a prognostic value in certain subtypes of breast cancer such as HER2-amplified, basal-like and luminal type B. Many clinically app...
  4. Arginyltransferase suppresses cell tumorigenic potential and inversely correlates with metastases in human cancers.

    Oncogene (2015) PMID 26686093

    Arginylation is an emerging post-translational modification mediated by arginyltransferase (ATE1) that is essential for mammalian embryogenesis and regulation of the cytoskeleton. Here, we discovered that Ate1-knockout (KO) embryonic fibroblasts exhibit tumorigenic properties, including abnormall...
  5. The Arkadia-ESRP2 axis suppresses tumor progression: analyses in clear-cell renal cell carcinoma.

    Oncogene (2015) PMID 26522722

    Tumor-specific alternative splicing is implicated in the progression of cancer, including clear-cell renal cell carcinoma (ccRCC). Using ccRCC RNA sequencing data from The Cancer Genome Atlas, we found that epithelial splicing regulatory protein 2 (ESRP2), one of the key regulators of alternative...
  6. Oxidative stress enables Epstein-Barr virus-induced B-cell transformation by posttranscriptional regulation of viral and cellular growth-promoting factors.

    Oncogene (2015) PMID 26592445

    Infection of human B lymphocytes by Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) leads to the establishment of immortalized lymphoblastoid cell lines (LCLs) that are widely used as a model of viral oncogenesis. An early consequence of infection is the induction of DNA damage and activation of the DNA damage response...
  7. Interaction of MYC with host cell factor-1 is mediated by the evolutionarily conserved Myc box IV motif.

    Oncogene (2015) PMID 26522729

    The MYC family of oncogenes encodes a set of three related transcription factors that are overexpressed in many human tumors and contribute to the cancer-related deaths of more than 70,000 Americans every year. MYC proteins drive tumorigenesis by interacting with co-factors that enable them to re...
  8. ASCT2/SLC1A5 controls glutamine uptake and tumour growth in triple-negative basal-like breast cancer.

    Oncogene (2015) PMID 26455325

    Alanine, serine, cysteine-preferring transporter 2 (ASCT2; SLC1A5) mediates uptake of glutamine, a conditionally essential amino acid in rapidly proliferating tumour cells. Uptake of glutamine and subsequent glutaminolysis is critical for activation of the mTORC1 nutrient-sensing pathway, which r...
  9. The role of APC/C(Cdh1) in replication stress and origin of genomic instability.

    Oncogene (2015) PMID 26455319

    It has been proposed that the APC/C(Cdh1) functions as a tumor suppressor by maintaining genomic stability. However, the exact nature of genomic instability following loss of Cdh1 is unclear. Using biochemistry and live cell imaging of single cells we found that Cdh1 knockdown (kd) leads to stron...
  10. USP4 inhibits p53 and NF-?B through deubiquitinating and stabilizing HDAC2.

    Oncogene (2015) PMID 26411366

    Histone deacetylases (HDACs) are major epigenetic modulators involved in a broad spectrum of human diseases including cancers. As HDACs are promising targets of cancer therapy, it is important to understand the mechanisms of HDAC regulation. In this study, we show that ubiquitin-specific peptidas...