Brian E Burke

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Institute of Medical Biology, A*STAR 
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Graham Warren post-doc (Cell Biology Tree)
Larry Gerace post-doc 1986 Institute of Medical Biology, A*STAR

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Yin Loon Lee grad student

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Bruno CADOT collaborator 2015- Institut de Myologie (Cell Biology Tree)
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Merigliano C, Burla R, La Torre M, et al. (2021) AKTIP interacts with ESCRT I and is needed for the recruitment of ESCRT III subunits to the midbody. Plos Genetics. 17: e1009757
Chojnowski A, Werner H, Cook M, et al. (2019) Protein-Protein Interaction Mapping by 2C-BioID. Current Protocols in Cell Biology. 84: e96
Chojnowski A, Sobota RM, Ong PF, et al. (2018) 2C-BioID: An Advanced Two Component BioID System for Precision Mapping of Protein Interactomes. Iscience. 10: 40-52
Lim JSY, Wright GD, Burke B, et al. (2018) A user-interactive algorithm quantifying nuclear pore complex distribution within the nuclear lamina network in single molecular localization microscopic image. Methods (San Diego, Calif.)
Burke B. (2018) LINC complexes as regulators of meiosis. Current Opinion in Cell Biology. 52: 22-29
Lee YL, Burke B. (2017) LINC complexes and nuclear positioning. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology
Di Pascale F, Nama S, Muhuri M, et al. (2017) C/EBPβ mediates RNA polymerase III-driven transcription of oncomiR-138 in malignant gliomas. Nucleic Acids Research
Gimpel P, Lee YL, Sobota RM, et al. (2017) Nesprin-1α-Dependent Microtubule Nucleation from the Nuclear Envelope via Akap450 Is Necessary for Nuclear Positioning in Muscle Cells. Current Biology : Cb
Sundaram GM, Ismail HM, Bashir M, et al. (2017) EGF hijacks miR-198/FSTL1 wound-healing switch and steers a two-pronged pathway toward metastasis. The Journal of Experimental Medicine
Maric M, Wong E, Burke B. (2017) SLAP75 (Soluble Lamina-Associated Protein 75) – a novel determinant of higher order chromatin organization Mechanisms of Development. 145: S138
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