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Cell autonomous role of iASPP deficiency in causing cardiocutaneous disorders

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Dedeić Z. et al, (2018), Cell Death & Differentiation, 25, 1289 - 1303

ASPP2 deficiency causes features of 1q41q42 microdeletion syndrome

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Zak J. et al, (2016), Cell Death & Differentiation, 23, 1973 - 1984

Caspase cleavage of iASPP potentiates its ability to inhibit p53 and NF-κB

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Hu Y. et al, (2015), Oncotarget, 6

Phosphorylation of ASPP2 by RAS/MAPK Pathway Is Critical for Its Full Pro-Apoptotic Function

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Godin-Heymann N. et al, (2013), PLoS ONE, 8, e82022 - e82022

Requirement for phosphorylation of P53 at Ser312 in suppression of chemical carcinogenesis

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Slee EA. and Lu X., (2013), Scientific Reports, 3

In the right place at the right time: Analysis of p53 serine 312 phosphorylation in vivo

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Slee EA. and Lu X., (2011), Cell Cycle, 10, 1345 - 1346

Phosphorylation of Ser312 contributes to tumor suppression by p53 in vivo

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Slee EA. et al, (2010), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107, 19479 - 19484

RPLC-Ion-Trap-FTMS Method for Lipid Profiling of Plasma: Method Validation and Application to p53 Mutant Mouse Model

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Hu C. et al, (2008), Journal of Proteome Research, 7, 4982 - 4991

A complex barcode underlies the heterogeneous response of p53 to stress

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Murray-Zmijewski F. et al, (2008), Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, 9, 702 - 712

ASPP2: A Gene that Controls Life and Death in Vivo

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Vives V. et al, (2006), Cell Cycle, 5, 2187 - 2190

ASPP2 is a haploinsufficient tumor suppressor that cooperates with p53 to suppress tumor growth

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Vives V., (2006), Genes & Development, 20, 1262 - 1267

The N-terminus of a novel isoform of human iASPP is required for its cytoplasmic localization

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Slee EA. et al, (2004), Oncogene, 23, 9007 - 9016