Abstract: Protein hydroxylation affects protein stability, activity, and interactome, therefore contributing to various diseases including cancers. However, the transiency of the hydroxylation reaction hinders the identification of hydroxylase substrates.
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The third edition of “On the Record with LP.”
The second edition of “On the Record with LP.”
This paper describes a ground-breaking multi-omics technology to discover drivers of proliferative and invasive breast tumors.
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Thesis title: Secretotranscriptomics: A Novel Approach to the Discovery of Liquid Biopsy Biomarkers for Breast Cancer Prognosis Seminar is based upon the doctoral dissertation of Astor Ankney under the direction of Dr. Xian Chen ABSTRACT Presently, a 50-gene expression model (PAM50) serves as a breast cancer subtype classifier that is insufficient to distinguish, within each … Continued
BING ZHANG, PHD ǀ Baylor College of Medicine Host: Xian Chen “Proteogenomics: A New Avenue for Cancer Research” Proteogenomics is a new research field at the interface of genomics and proteomics. In this talk, I will introduce our computational infrastructure and bioinformatics tools for cancer proteogenomic data analysis. Using proteogenomics data from the Clinical … Continued
Spring 2018 JANUARY 16 VICTORIA D’ SOUZA, PHD ǀ Harvard UniversityHost: Qi Zhang “Unraveling Viral RNA Genomes: One Segment at a time” Joint Seminar with the UNC Program in Molecular & Cellular Biophysics JANUARY, 30 UNC BIOCHEMISTRY & BIOPHYSICS GRADUATE STUDENT INVITED LECTURE BILL CLEMONS, PHD ǀ Cal Tech “Structural insights into the targeting of tail-anchored membrane … Continued
In a new study published in the Cell Press journal “Chemistry & Biology”, researchers in the Chen lab share a discovery that could lead to a new strategy for sensitizing radiation-resistant cancer cells to the treatment.