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In vitro analyses of suspected arrhythmogenic thin filament variants as a cause of sudden cardiac death in infants

April 12th, 2019|News, Research|

Shafaattalab, S., Li, A.Y., Lin, E., Stevens, C.M., Dewar, L.J., Lynn, F.C., Sanatani, S., Laksman, Z., Morin, R.D., van Petegem, F., Hove-Madsen, L., Peter Tieleman, D., Davis, J.P., Tibbits, G.F. In vitro analyses of suspected arrhythmogenic thin filament variants as a cause of sudden cardiac death in infants. View abstract. 

Podocalyxin is required for maintaining blood–brain barrier function during acute inflammation

March 12th, 2019|News, Research|

Cait, J., Hughes, M.R., Zeglinski, M.R., Chan, A.W., Osterhof, S., Wilder Scott, R., Hernaez, D.C., Cait, A., Wayne Vogl, A., Bernatchez, P., Michael Underhill, T., Granville, D.J., Murphy, T.H., Roskelley, C.D., McNagny, K.M. Podocalyxin is required for maintaining blood–brain barrier function during acute inflammation. View abstract. 

HDAC2 Regulates Site-Specific Acetylation of MDM2 and Its Ubiquitination Signaling in Tumor Suppression

February 15th, 2019|News, Research|

Patel, N., Wang, J., Shiozawa, K., Jones, K.B., Zhang, Y., Prokop, J.W., Davenport, G.G., Nihira, N.T., Hao, Z., Wong, D., Brandsmeier, L., Meadows, S.K., Sampaio, A.V., Werff, R.V., Endo, M., Capecchi, M.R., McNagny, K.M., Mak, T.W., Nielsen, T.O., Underhill, T.M., Myers, R.M., Kondo, T., Su, L. HDAC2 Regulates Site-Specific Acetylation of MDM2 and Its Ubiquitination Signaling in Tumor Suppression. View abstract. View abstract.

In vivo characterization of doxycycline-mediated protection of aortic function and structure in a mouse model of Marfan syndrome-associated aortic aneurysm

February 14th, 2019|News, Research|

Cui, J.Z., Lee, L., Sheng, X., Chu, F., Gibson, C.P., Aydinian, T., Walker, D.C., Sandor, G.G.S., Bernatchez, P., Tibbits, G.F., van Breemen, C., Esfandiarei, M. In vivo characterization of doxycycline-mediated protection of aortic function and structure in a mouse model of Marfan syndrome-associated aortic aneurysm. View Abstract. 

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