Genomic Instability Research Center44

Pub YearTitleAuthor(s)
-Acetylstion/deacetylation regulates mitofusin1 stability.-
-Age-dependent decline of BubR1 promotes Chromosome Mis-segregation in HDF cells-
-Age-dependent decline of BubR1 promotes Chromosome Mis-segregation in HDF cells-
-Angelica gigas Inhibits Proliferation, Migration, and Invasion via Hippo signaling-
-ATM-dependent chromatin remodeler Rsf-1 facilitates DNA damage checkpoints and homologous recombination repair-
-Cdk1 dependent phosphorylation of chromatin remodeler Rsf-1 in mitotic centromeres establishes a stable kinetochore localization of Plk1-
-Defective Base Excision Repair resulting from DNA Polymerase β inactivation in the nervous system-
-DNMT1 is the responsible for RIP3 maintaing as silencing in cancer cell lines-
-Dual Targets of RIG-I and MAVS Aggregates by MARCH5 E3 ligase at the Mitochondrial Membrane-
-Dual Targets of RIG-I and MAVS Aggregates by MARCH5 E3 ligase at the Mitochondrial Membrane-
-A formulated red ginseng extract inhibits autophagic flux and sensitizes to doxorubicin-induced cell death-
-Functional correlation between RSF1 and RMI1 in the DNA damage and repair pathways-
-Functional study of the TFB2M c.790C>T (His264Tyr) variant for intellectual disability-
-Hypoxia-mediated SIRT1 controls stabilization of MFN1 by promoting protein deacetylation.-
-Identification of a Novel E3 Ubiquitin Ligase for Regulation of RIP3-
-Impact of Rsf1 deficiency on DNA damage response in the nervous system-
-Impact of Rsf1 deficiency on DNA damage response in the nervous system-
-Inhibition of Cdk1 by ROS induces nuclear shape alteration possibly via formation of aggregated lamin during mitosis.-
-Mitochondria elongation under hypoxic condition is mediated through SIRT1-mediated MFN1 stabilization-
-Mitochondrial Dynamics - Nuclear Communication in Response to DNA damage-
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