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Johannes L. Bos grad student 1989-1993 Utrecht (Chemistry Tree)
 (p21ras and insulinsignal transduction.)
Robert A. Weinberg post-doc 1993-1995 Whitehead Institute (MIT)
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Koob L, Friskes A, van Bergen L, et al. (2023) MND1 enables homologous recombination in somatic cells primarily outside the context of replication. Molecular Oncology
Friskes A, Koob L, Krenning L, et al. (2022) Double-strand break toxicity is chromatin context independent. Nucleic Acids Research. 50: 9930-9947
Pogacar Z, Johnson JL, Krenning L, et al. (2022) Indisulam synergizes with palbociclib to induce senescence through inhibition of CDK2 kinase activity. Plos One. 17: e0273182
Laine A, Nagelli SG, Farrington C, et al. (2021) CIP2A interacts with TopBP1 and drives basal-like breast cancer tumorigenesis. Cancer Research
Storchova R, Burdova K, Palek M, et al. (2021) A novel assay for screening WIP1 phosphatase substrates in nuclear extracts. The Febs Journal
Schep R, Brinkman EK, Leemans C, et al. (2021) Impact of chromatin context on Cas9-induced DNA double-strand break repair pathway balance. Molecular Cell. 81: 2216-2230.e10
Shaltiel IA, Llopis A, Aprelia M, et al. (2021) Combined Inactivation of Pocket Proteins and APC/C by Cdk4/6 Controls Recovery from DNA Damage in G1 Phase. Cells. 10
Menegakis A, Klompmaker R, Vennin C, et al. (2021) Resistance of Hypoxic Cells to Ionizing Radiation Is Mediated in Part via Hypoxia-Induced Quiescence. Cells. 10
Will Castro LSEP, Pieters W, Alemdehy MF, et al. (2021) The Widely Used Antihelmintic Drug Albendazole is a Potent Inducer of Loss of Heterozygosity. Frontiers in Pharmacology. 12: 596535
García-Santisteban I, Llopis A, Krenning L, et al. (2021) Sustained CHK2 activity, but not ATM activity, is critical to maintain a G1 arrest after DNA damage in untransformed cells. Bmc Biology. 19: 35
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