Thaned Kangsamaksin, Ph.D.

2011 Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine Columbia University, New York, NY 
Pathology, Oncology
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Jan Kitajewski grad student 2011 Columbia
 (Notch Signaling in Tumor Angiogenesis.)
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Edwards AK, Glithero K, Grzesik P, et al. (2017) NOTCH3 regulates stem-to-mural cell differentiation in infantile hemangioma. Jci Insight. 2
Banerjee D, Hernandez SL, Garcia A, et al. (2015) Notch suppresses angiogenesis and progression of hepatic metastases. Cancer Research. 75: 1592-602
Kangsamaksin T, Murtomaki A, Kofler NM, et al. (2015) NOTCH decoys that selectively block DLL/NOTCH or JAG/NOTCH disrupt angiogenesis by unique mechanisms to inhibit tumor growth. Cancer Discovery. 5: 182-97
Kangsamaksin T, Tattersall IW, Kitajewski J. (2014) Notch functions in developmental and tumour angiogenesis by diverse mechanisms. Biochemical Society Transactions. 42: 1563-8
Hernandez SL, Banerjee D, Garcia A, et al. (2013) Notch and VEGF pathways play distinct but complementary roles in tumor angiogenesis. Vascular Cell. 5: 17
Pajvani UB, Qiang L, Kangsamaksin T, et al. (2013) Inhibition of Notch uncouples Akt activation from hepatic lipid accumulation by decreasing mTorc1 stability. Nature Medicine. 19: 1054-60
Singh A, Park H, Kangsamaksin T, et al. (2012) Keratinocyte stem cells and the targets for nonmelanoma skin cancer. Photochemistry and Photobiology. 88: 1099-110
Kofler NM, Shawber CJ, Kangsamaksin T, et al. (2011) Notch signaling in developmental and tumor angiogenesis. Genes & Cancer. 2: 1106-16
Kangsamaksin T, Morris RJ. (2011) Bone morphogenetic protein 5 regulates the number of keratinocyte stem cells from the skin of mice. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 131: 580-5
Kangsamaksin T, Park HJ, Trempus CS, et al. (2007) A perspective on murine keratinocyte stem cells as targets of chemically induced skin cancer. Molecular Carcinogenesis. 46: 579-84
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