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jbc in pressOctober 10, 8:58 AM
Yu et al. Global Ablation of Mouse Rab11a Impairs Early Embryogenesis and Matrix Metalloproteinase Secretion. Using a Rab11a null mouse allele, the transport of multiple membrane-associated and soluble cargos was analyzed in mouse blastocysts and MEFs. Conclusion: Rab11a ablation impairs mouse blastocyst development and the secretion of soluble matrix metalloproteinases. Significance: In vivo functions of Rab11a in mouse fetal development and soluble MMP secretion were uncovered.
Cancer research, paper in pressAugust 28, 10:58 AM
Sakamori R et al., CDC42 inhibition suppresses progression of incipient intestinal tumors. Our results suggest that early-stage mutant intestinal epithelial cells must recruit the pleiotropic functions of Cdc42 for malignant progression, suggesting its relevance as a biomarker and therapeutic target for selective CRC intervention.
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