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Cancer research, paper in press

August 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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2014 fall starts

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11aug

cancer res., in press

Sakamori et al., CDC42 inhibition suppresses progression of incipient intestinal tumors.
24jul

embo j, in press

Yu et al., TLR sorting by Rab11 endosomes maintains intestinal epithelial-microbial homeostasis.
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