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Papers associated with dyrk1a.2



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Differential maturation and chaperone dependence of the paralogous protein kinases DYRK1A and DYRK1B., Papenfuss M, Lützow S, Wilms G, Babendreyer A, Flaßhoff M, Kunick C, Becker W., Sci Rep. February 14, 2022; 12 (1): 2393.


CEP97 phosphorylation by Dyrk1a is critical for centriole separation during multiciliogenesis., Lee M, Nagashima K, Yoon J, Sun J, Wang Z, Carpenter C, Lee HK, Hwang YS, Westlake CJ, Daar IO., J Cell Biol. January 3, 2022; 221 (1):                       


Deep learning is widely applicable to phenotyping embryonic development and disease., Naert T, Çiçek Ö, Ogar P, Bürgi M, Shaidani NI, Kaminski MM, Xu Y, Grand K, Vujanovic M, Prata D, Hildebrandt F, Brox T, Ronneberger O, Voigt FF, Helmchen F, Loffing J, Horb ME, Willsey HR, Lienkamp SS., Development. November 1, 2021; 148 (21):                                                                 


The neurodevelopmental disorder risk gene DYRK1A is required for ciliogenesis and control of brain size in Xenopus embryos., Willsey HR, Xu Y, Xu Y, Everitt A, Dea J, Exner CRT, Willsey AJ, State MW, Harland RM., Development. June 22, 2020; 147 (21):                             


DYRK1A-related intellectual disability: a syndrome associated with congenital anomalies of the kidney and urinary tract., Blackburn ATM, Bekheirnia N, Uma VC, Corkins ME, Xu Y, Xu Y, Rosenfeld JA, Bainbridge MN, Yang Y, Liu P, Madan-Khetarpal S, Delgado MR, Hudgins L, Krantz I, Rodriguez-Buritica D, Wheeler PG, Al-Gazali L, Mohamed Saeed Mohamed Al Shamsi A, Gomez-Ospina N, Chao HT, Mirzaa GM, Scheuerle AE, Kukolich MK, Scaglia F, Eng C, Willsey HR, Braun MC, Lamb DJ, Miller RK, Bekheirnia MR., Genet Med. December 1, 2019; 21 (12): 2755-2764.            


Similarity in gene-regulatory networks suggests that cancer cells share characteristics of embryonic neural cells., Zhang Z, Lei A, Xu L, Chen L, Chen Y, Chen Y, Zhang X, Gao Y, Yang X, Zhang M, Cao Y, Cao Y., J Biol Chem. August 4, 2017; 292 (31): 12842-12859.        


The adaptor protein DCAF7 mediates the interaction of the adenovirus E1A oncoprotein with the protein kinases DYRK1A and HIPK2., Glenewinkel F, Cohen MJ, King CR, Kaspar S, Bamberg-Lemper S, Mymryk JS, Becker W., Sci Rep. June 16, 2016; 6 28241.                    


Selective inhibition of the kinase DYRK1A by targeting its folding process., Kii I, Sumida Y, Goto T, Sonamoto R, Okuno Y, Yoshida S, Kato-Sumida T, Koike Y, Abe M, Nonaka Y, Ikura T, Ito N, Shibuya H, Hosoya T, Hagiwara M., Nat Commun. April 22, 2016; 7 11391.                    


Down''s-syndrome-related kinase Dyrk1A modulates the p120-catenin-Kaiso trajectory of the Wnt signaling pathway., Hong JY, Park JI, Lee M, Muñoz WA, Miller RK, Ji H, Gu D, Ezan J, Sokol SY, McCrea PD., J Cell Sci. February 1, 2012; 125 (Pt 3): 561-9.                


Development of a novel selective inhibitor of the Down syndrome-related kinase Dyrk1A., Ogawa Y, Nonaka Y, Goto T, Ohnishi E, Hiramatsu T, Kii I, Yoshida M, Ikura T, Onogi H, Shibuya H, Hosoya T, Ito N, Hagiwara M., Nat Commun. October 5, 2010; 1 86.  


Development of a sensitive non-radioactive protein kinase assay and its application for detecting DYRK activity in Xenopus laevis oocytes., Lilienthal E, Kolanowski K, Becker W., BMC Biochem. May 20, 2010; 11 20.        


The dual-specificity kinases, TOPK and DYRK1A, are critical for oocyte maturation induced by wild-type--but not by oncogenic--ras-p21 protein., Qu Y, Adler V, Izotova L, Pestka S, Bowne W, Michl J, Boutjdir M, Friedman FK, Pincus MR., Front Biosci. September 1, 2007; 12 5089-97.


Two dual specificity kinases are preferentially induced by wild-type rather than by oncogenic RAS-P21 in Xenopus oocytes., Qu Y, Adler V, Chu T, Platica O, Michl J, Pestka S, Izotova L, Boutjdir M, Pincus MR., Front Biosci. September 1, 2006; 11 2420-7.

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