Andrew W. B. Craig

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UNLABELLED Triple-negative breast cancers (TNBCs) are highly aggressive cancers that lack targeted therapies. However, EGFR is frequently activated in a subset of TNBCs and represents a viable clinical target. Because the endocytic adaptor protein Endophilin A2 (SH3GL1/Endo II) has been implicated in EGFR internalization, we investigated Endo II expression(More)
Transducer of Cdc42-dependent actin assembly-1 (Toca-1) recruits actin regulatory proteins to invadopodia, and promotes breast tumor metastasis. Since metastatic breast tumors frequently harbor mutations in the tumor suppressor p53, we tested whether p53 regulates Toca-1 expression. Normal mammary epithelial cells (HBL-100, MCF10A) and breast cancer cell(More)
Matrix metalloproteinase-14 (MMP-14) is a clinically relevant target in metastatic cancers due to its role in tumor progression and metastasis. Since active MMP-14 is localized on the cell surface, it is amenable to antibody-mediated blockade in cancer, and here we describe our efforts to develop novel inhibitory anti-MMP-14 antibodies. A phage-displayed(More)
Since the dawn of human civilization, stories of fierce family rivalries have captured our interest. While the outcomes are less severe than the classic tales of family feuds during Tudor reign in England, there is increasing evidence for family infighting within the Src family protein-tyrosine kinases (SFKs) in immunity and allergic diseases. In mast cells(More)
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