Edward Gunther

Cell and Molecular Biology Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Cell Biology, Molecular Biology
"Edward Gunther"
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Li S, Gestl SA, Gunther EJ. (2019) A multistage murine breast cancer model reveals long-lived premalignant clones refractory to parity-induced protection. Cancer Prevention Research (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Keller RR, Gestl SA, Lu AQ, et al. (2016) Carcinogen-specific mutations in preferred Ras-Raf pathway oncogenes directed by strand bias. Carcinogenesis
Cleary AS, Leonard TL, Gestl SA, et al. (2014) Tumour cell heterogeneity maintained by cooperating subclones in Wnt-driven mammary cancers. Nature. 508: 113-7
Plichta KA, Mathers JL, Gestl SA, et al. (2012) Basal but not luminal mammary epithelial cells require PI3K/mTOR signaling for Ras-driven overgrowth. Cancer Research. 72: 5856-66
McHenry PR, Sears JC, Herrick MP, et al. (2010) P190B RhoGAP has pro-tumorigenic functions during MMTV-Neu mammary tumorigenesis and metastasis. Breast Cancer Research : Bcr. 12: R73
Shen Q, Uray IP, Li Y, et al. (2008) Targeting the activator protein 1 transcription factor for the prevention of estrogen receptor-negative mammary tumors. Cancer Prevention Research (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1: 45-55
Debies MT, Gestl SA, Mathers JL, et al. (2008) Tumor escape in a Wnt1-dependent mouse breast cancer model is enabled by p19Arf/p53 pathway lesions but not p16 Ink4a loss. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 118: 51-63
Gestl SA, Leonard TL, Biddle JL, et al. (2007) Dormant Wnt-initiated mammary cancer can participate in reconstituting functional mammary glands. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 27: 195-207
Jones RA, Campbell CI, Gunther EJ, et al. (2007) Transgenic overexpression of IGF-IR disrupts mammary ductal morphogenesis and induces tumor formation. Oncogene. 26: 1636-44
Shen Q, Zhang Y, Uray IP, et al. (2006) The AP-1 transcription factor regulates postnatal mammary gland development. Developmental Biology. 295: 589-603
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