Gustavo W. Leone

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Biochemistry Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
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Biochemistry
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Ravi Rajmohan research assistant Ohio State (Neurotree)
Hui-Zi Chen grad student 2011 Ohio State
Madhu M. Ouseph grad student 2012 Ohio State
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Gao X, Qin S, Wu Y, et al. (2021) Nuclear PFKP promotes CXCR4 dependent T cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia infiltration. The Journal of Clinical Investigation
Koivisto CS, Parrish M, Bonala SB, et al. (2020) Evaluating the efficacy of enzalutamide and the development of resistance in a preclinical mouse model of type-I endometrial carcinoma. Neoplasia (New York, N.Y.). 22: 484-496
Gao X, Leone GW, Wang H. (2020) Cyclin D-CDK4/6 functions in cancer. Advances in Cancer Research. 148: 147-169
Thies KA, Hammer AM, Hildreth BE, et al. (2020) Stromal platelet-derived growth factor receptor-β signaling promotes breast cancer metastasis in the brain. Cancer Research
Zhang A, Shinde N, Koivisto CS, et al. (2020) Abstract P5-07-11: Mammary gland specific Stat3 deletion during involution results in distinct histological changes and higher collagen deposition Cancer Research. 80
Koivisto CS, Melodie P, Santosh B, et al. (2020) Abstract 627: Evaluating the efficacy of enzalutamide and the development of resistance in a preclinical mouse model of type-I endometrial carcinoma Cancer Research. 80: 627-627
Thies KA, Lefler JE, Leone G, et al. (2019) PTEN in the Stroma. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Medicine
Talbert EE, Cuitiño MC, Ladner KJ, et al. (2019) Modeling Human Cancer-induced Cachexia. Cell Reports. 28: 1612-1622.e4
Basree MM, Shinde N, Koivisto C, et al. (2019) Abrupt involution induces inflammation, estrogenic signaling, and hyperplasia linking lack of breastfeeding with increased risk of breast cancer. Breast Cancer Research : Bcr. 21: 80
Bowen C, Ostrowski MC, Leone G, et al. (2019) Loss of PTEN Accelerates NKX3.1 Degradation to Promote Prostate Cancer Progression. Cancer Research
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