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Global Proteome and Phospho-proteome Analysis of Merlin-deficient Meningioma and Schwannoma Identifies PDLIM2 as a Novel Therapeutic Target Bassiri, K; Ferluga, S; Sharma, V; Syed, N; Adams, CL; Lasonder, E; Hanemann, CO (2017-02-01)
Palles, C; Chegwidden, L; Li, X; Findlay, JM; Farnham, G; Castro Giner, F; Peppelenbosch, MP; Kovac, M; Adams, CL; Prenen, H; Briggs, S; Harrison, R; Sanders, S; MacDonald, D; Haigh, C; Tucker, A; Love, S; Nanji, M; deCaestecker, J; Ferry, D; Rathbone, B; Hapeshi, J; Barr, H; Moayyedi, P; Watson, P; Zietek, B; Maroo, N; Gay, L; Underwood, T; Boulter, L; McMurtry, H; Monk, D; Patel, P; Ragunath, K; Al Dulaimi, D; Murray, I; Koss, K; Veitch, A; Trudgill, N; Nwokolo, C; Rembacken, B; Atherfold, P; Green, E; Ang, Y; Kuipers, EJ; Chow, W; Paterson, S; Kadri, S; Beales, I; Grimley, C; Mullins, P; Beckett, C; Farrant, M; Dixon, A; Kelly, S; Johnson, M; Wajed, S; Dhar, A; Sawyer, E; Roylance, R; Onstad, L; Gammon, MD; Corley, DA; Shaheen, NJ; Bird, NC; Hardie, LJ; Reid, BJ; Ye, W; Liu, G; Romero, Y; Bernstein, L; Wu, AH; Casson, AG; Fitzgerald, R; Whiteman, DC; Risch, HA; Levine, DM; Vaughan, TL; Verhaar, AP; van den Brande, J; Toxopeus, EL; Spaander, MC; Wijnhoven, BPL; van der Laan, LJW; Krishnadath, K; Wijmenga, C; Trynka, G; McManus, R; Reynolds, JV; O'Sullivan, J; MacMathuna, P; McGarrigle, SA; Kelleher, D; Vermeire, S; Cleynen, I; Bisschops, R; Tomlinson, I; Jankowski, J (United States, 2015-02)BACKGROUND & AIMS: Barrett's esophagus (BE) increases the risk of esophageal adenocarcinoma (EAC). We found the risk to be BE has been associated with single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) on chromosome 6p21 (within the ...
Proteomic analysis discovers the differential expression of novel proteins and phosphoproteins in meningioma including NEK9, HK2 and SET and deregulation of RNA metabolism. Dunn, J; Ferluga, S; Sharma, V; Futschik, M; Hilton, DA; Adams, CL; Lasonder, E; Hanemann, CO (Elsevier, 2018-12-26)BACKGROUND: Meningioma is the most frequent primary intracranial tumour. Surgical resection remains the main therapeutic option as pharmacological intervention is hampered by poor knowledge of their proteomic signature. ...