A study led by Dr. Sachiko Koyama shows cross-generational influence of male pheromone on female mice
Jul 1st, 2015
In a study led by Associate Research Scientist Sachiko Koyama of Anatomy and Cell Biology, exposure of female mice to male murine pheromone was found to induce mammary gland expansion and to improve cognitive function in the next generation.
Microenvironment-induced downregulation of miR-193b drives ovarian cancer metastasis
Apr 28th, 2015
Anirban K Mitra, Assistant Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics has recently published his research in Oncogene. His study links paracrine signals from the microenvironment to the regulation of a key miRNA - miR-193b - in ovarian cancer cells, which promotes metastatic colonization.
New link between motor proteins and breast cancer
Apr 21th, 2015
Collaborative work between Claire Walczak (Medical Sciences) and Ritu Aneja (Georgia Tech) reveals that overexpression of the mitotic kinesin, HSET, promotes tumor progression.
Cross-generational impact of a male murine pheromone 2-sec-butyl-4,5-dihydrothiazole in female mice
Koyama S, Soini HA, Wager-Miller J, Alley WR, Pizzo MJ, Rodda C, Alberts J, Crystal JD, Lai C, Foley J, Novotny MV
Mismatch repair proteins recruit DNA methyltransferase 1 to sites of oxidative DNA damage
Ding N, Bonham EM, Hannon BE, Amick TR, Baylin SB, O'Hagan HM
Comparison of MAPK specificity across the ETS transcription factor family identifies a high-affinity ERK interaction required for ERG function in prostate cells