Anthony J. Cesare, Ph.D.

2005 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Molecular Biology
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Jack D. Griffith grad student 2005 UNC Chapel Hill
 (A structural role for telomeric DNA in recombinational telomere elongation.)
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Yang SF, Nelson CB, Wells JK, et al. (2024) ZNF827 is a single-stranded DNA binding protein that regulates the ATR-CHK1 DNA damage response pathway. Nature Communications. 15: 2210
Lu R, Nelson CB, Rogers S, et al. (2023) Distinct modes of telomere synthesis and extension contribute to Alternative Lengthening of Telomeres. Iscience. 27: 108655
Sobinoff AP, Di Maro S, Low RRJ, et al. (2023) Irreversible inhibition of TRF2 recruiting functions by a covalent cyclic peptide induces telomeric replication stress in cancer cells. Cell Chemical Biology
Lamm N, Rogers S, Cesare AJ. (2021) Chromatin mobility and relocation in DNA repair. Trends in Cell Biology
Ruis P, Van Ly D, Borel V, et al. (2020) TRF2-independent chromosome end protection during pluripotency. Nature
Pinzaru AM, Kareh M, Lamm N, et al. (2020) Replication stress conferred by POT1 dysfunction promotes telomere relocalization to the nuclear pore. Genes & Development
Mehta S, Algie M, Al-Jabry T, et al. (2020) Critical Role for Cold Shock Protein YB-1 in Cytokinesis. Cancers. 12
Tomáška Ľ, Cesare AJ, AlTurki TM, et al. (2020) Twenty years of t-loops: A case study for the importance of collaboration in molecular biology. Dna Repair. 102901
Kafer GR, Cesare AJ. (2020) A Survey of Essential Genome Stability Genes Reveals That Replication Stress Mitigation Is Critical for Peri-Implantation Embryogenesis. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. 8: 416
Mehta S, McKinney C, Algie M, et al. (2020) Dephosphorylation of YB-1 is Required for Nuclear Localisation During G Phase of the Cell Cycle. Cancers. 12
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