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Reduced FRG1 expression promotes prostate cancer progression and affects prostate cancer cell migration and invasion., Tiwari A, Mukherjee B, Hassan MK, Pattanaik N, Jaiswal AM, Dixit M., BMC Cancer. April 11, 2019; 19 (1): 346.                  

Overexpression of TPX2 is associated with progression and prognosis of prostate cancer., Zou J, Huang RY, Jiang FN, Chen DX, Wang C, Han ZD, Liang YX, Zhong WD., Oncol Lett. September 1, 2018; 16 (3): 2823-2832.            

RARγ is required for mesodermal gene expression prior to gastrulation in Xenopus., Janesick A, Tang W, Shioda T, Blumberg B., Development. January 1, 2018; 145 (18):                           

Assembly of protein complexes restricts diffusion of Wnt3a proteins., Takada R, Mii Y, Krayukhina E, Maruyama Y, Mio K, Sasaki Y, Shinkawa T, Pack CG, Sako Y, Sato C, Uchiyama S, Takada S., Commun Biol. January 1, 2018; 1 165.              

Identification of new regulators of embryonic patterning and morphogenesis in Xenopus gastrulae by RNA sequencing., Popov IK, Kwon T, Crossman DK, Crowley MR, Wallingford JB, Chang C., Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 426 (2): 429-441.                    

Spatiotemporal transcriptomics reveals the evolutionary history of the endoderm germ layer., Hashimshony T, Feder M, Levin M, Hall BK, Yanai I., Nature. March 12, 2015; 519 (7542): 219-22.                    

Paxillin regulates androgen- and epidermal growth factor-induced MAPK signaling and cell proliferation in prostate cancer cells., Sen A, O'Malley K, Wang Z, Raj GV, Defranco DB, Hammes SR., J Biol Chem. September 10, 2010; 285 (37): 28787-95.

The role of XBtg2 in Xenopus neural development., Sugimoto K, Okabayashi K, Sedohara A, Hayata T, Asashima M., Dev Neurosci. January 1, 2007; 29 (6): 468-79.

TIS21 (/BTG2/PC3) as a link between ageing and cancer: cell cycle regulator and endogenous cell death molecule., Lim IK., J Cancer Res Clin Oncol. July 1, 2006; 132 (7): 417-26.

XBtg2 is required for notochord differentiation during early Xenopus development., Sugimoto K, Hayata T, Asashima M., Dev Growth Differ. September 1, 2005; 47 (7): 435-43.        

Cloning and characterization of a novel human TGF-beta activated kinase-like gene., Li J, Ji C, Yang Q, Chen J, Gu S, Ying K, Xie Y, Mao Y., Biochem Genet. April 1, 2004; 42 (3-4): 129-37.

Hyaluronan synthase elevation in metastatic prostate carcinoma cells correlates with hyaluronan surface retention, a prerequisite for rapid adhesion to bone marrow endothelial cells., Simpson MA, Reiland J, Burger SR, Furcht LT, Spicer AP, Oegema TR, McCarthy JB., J Biol Chem. May 25, 2001; 276 (21): 17949-57.

Differences in the autocatalytic cleavage of pro-PC2 and pro-PC3 can be attributed to sequences within the propeptide and Asp310 of pro-PC2., Scougall K, Taylor NA, Jermany JL, Docherty K, Shennan KI., Biochem J. September 15, 1998; 334 ( Pt 3) 531-7.

Processing of pro-islet amyloid polypeptide (proIAPP) by the prohormone convertase PC2., Badman MK, Shennan KI, Jermany JL, Docherty K, Clark A., FEBS Lett. January 15, 1996; 378 (3): 227-31.

Differences in pH optima and calcium requirements for maturation of the prohormone convertases PC2 and PC3 indicates different intracellular locations for these events., Shennan KI, Taylor NA, Jermany JL, Matthews G, Docherty K., J Biol Chem. January 20, 1995; 270 (3): 1402-7.

Structure and function of eukaryotic proprotein processing enzymes of the subtilisin family of serine proteases., Van de Ven WJ, Roebroek AJ, Van Duijnhoven HL., Crit Rev Oncog. January 1, 1993; 4 (2): 115-36.

A member of the eukaryotic subtilisin family (PC3) has the enzymic properties of the type 1 proinsulin-converting endopeptidase., Bailyes EM, Shennan KI, Seal AJ, Smeekens SP, Steiner DF, Hutton JC, Docherty K., Biochem J. July 15, 1992; 285 ( Pt 2) 391-4.

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