Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ), Basic Research

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    Acquired resistance to HER2-targeted therapies creates vulnerability to ATP synthase inhibition

    Gale, M., Li, Y., Cao, J., Liu, Z. Z., Holmbeck, M. A., Zhang, M., Lang, S. M., Wu, L., Carmo, M. D., Gupta, S., Aoshima, K., DiGiovanna, M. P., Stern, D. F., Rimm, D. L., Shadel, G. S., Chen, X. & Yan, Q., Feb 1 2020, In : Cancer Research. 80, 3, p. 524-535 12 p.

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  • Autophagy promotes mammalian survival by suppressing oxidative stress and p53

    Yang, Y., Karsli-Uzunbas, G., Poillet-Perez, L., Sawant, A., Hu, Z. S., Zhao, Y., Moore, D., Hu, W. & White, E., May 1 2020, In : Genes and Development. 34, 9-10, p. 688-700 13 p.

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    Autophagy suppresses TRP53/p53 and oxidative stress to enable mammalian survival

    Yang, Y. & White, E., Jul 2 2020, In : Autophagy. 16, 7, p. 1355-1357 3 p.

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