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    • Gauging NOTCH1 Activation in Cancer Using Immunohistochemistry 

      Kluk, Michael J.; Ashworth, Todd; Wang, Hongfang; Knoechel, Birgit; Mason, Emily F.; Morgan, Elizabeth A.; Dorfman, David; Pinkus, Geraldine; Weigert, Oliver; Hornick, Jason L.; Chirieac, Lucian R.; Hirsch, Michelle; Oh, David J.; South, Andrew P.; Leigh, Irene M.; Pourreyron, Celine; Cassidy, Andrew J.; DeAngelo, Daniel J.; Weinstock, David M.; Krop, Ian E.; Dillon, Deborah; Brock, Jane E.; Lazar, Alexander J. F.; Peto, Myron; Cho, Raymond J.; Stoeck, Alexander; Haines, Brian B.; Sathayanrayanan, Sriram; Rodig, Scott; Aster, Jon C. (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      Fixed, paraffin-embedded (FPE) tissues are a potentially rich resource for studying the role of NOTCH1 in cancer and other pathologies, but tests that reliably detect activated NOTCH1 (NICD1) in FPE samples have been ...
    • High-Level IGF1R Expression is Required for Leukemia-Initiating Cell Activity in T-ALL and is Supported by Notch Signaling 

      Medyouf, Hind; Gusscott, Samuel; Wai, Carol; Nemirovsky, Oksana; Trumpp, Andreas; Pflumio, Francoise; Carboni, Joan; Gottardis, Marco; Pollak, Michael; Holzenberger, Martin; Weng, Andrew P.; Wang, Hongfang; Tseng, Jen-Chieh; Kung, Andrew Li-Jen; Aster, Jon Christopher (Rockefeller University Press, 2011)
      T cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (T-ALL) is an aggressive cancer of immature T cells that often shows aberrant activation of Notch1 and PI3K–Akt pathways. Although mutations that activate PI3K–Akt signaling have previously ...
    • Network analysis of gene essentiality in functional genomics experiments 

      Jiang, Peng; Wang, Hongfang; Li, Wei; Zang, Chongzhi; Li, Bo; Wong, Yinling J.; Meyer, Cliff; Liu, Jun S.; Aster, Jon C.; Liu, X. Shirley (BioMed Central, 2015)
      Many genomic techniques have been developed to study gene essentiality genome-wide, such as CRISPR and shRNA screens. Our analyses of public CRISPR screens suggest protein interaction networks, when integrated with gene ...
    • PKCθ Regulates T-Cell Leukemia-Initiating Activity via Reactive Oxygen Species 

      Giambra, Vincenzo; Jenkins, Christopher R.; Wang, Hongfang; Lam, Sonya H.; Shevchuk, Olena O.; Nemirovsky, Oksana; Wai, Carol; Gusscott, Sam; Chiang, Mark Y.; Aster, Jon C.; Humphries, R. Keith; Eaves, Connie; Weng, Andrew P. (2013)
      Reactive oxygen species (ROS), a by-product of cellular metabolism, damage intracellular macromolecules and, in excess, can promote normal hematopoietic stem cell differentiation and exhaustion1–3. However, mechanisms that ...