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PUMA, a novel proapoptotic gene, is induced by p53.
The p53 tumor-suppressor protein functions as a transcriptional activator, and several p53-inducible genes that play a role in the induction of apoptosis in response to p53 have been described. WeExpand
Blinded by the Light: The Growing Complexity of p53
While the tumor suppressor functions of p53 have long been recognized, the contribution of p53 to numerous other aspects of disease and normal life is only now being appreciated. This burgeoningExpand
Live or let die: the cell's response to p53
Compared with many normal tissues, cancer cells are highly sensitized to apoptotic signals, and survive only because they have acquired lesions — such as loss of p53 — that prevent or impede cellExpand
TIGAR, a p53-Inducible Regulator of Glycolysis and Apoptosis
The p53 tumor-suppressor protein prevents cancer development through various mechanisms, including the induction of cell-cycle arrest, apoptosis, and the maintenance of genome stability. We haveExpand
Molecular mechanisms of cell death: recommendations of the Nomenclature Committee on Cell Death 2018
Over the past decade, the Nomenclature Committee on Cell Death (NCCD) has formulated guidelines for the definition and interpretation of cell death from morphological, biochemical, and functionalExpand
Regulation of p53 stability by Mdm2
The tumour-suppressor p53 is a short-lived protein that is maintained at low, often undetectable, levels in normal cells. Stabilization of the protein in response to an activating signal, such as DNAExpand
The alternative product from the human CDKN2A locus, p14ARF, participates in a regulatory feedback loop with p53 and MDM2
The two distinct proteins encoded by the CDKN2A locus are specified by translating the common second exon in alternative reading frames. The product of the α transcript, p16INK4a, is a recognizedExpand
Mutant p53 in Cancer: New Functions and Therapeutic Opportunities
Many different types of cancer show a high incidence of TP53 mutations, leading to the expression of mutant p53 proteins. There is growing evidence that these mutant p53s have both lost wild-type p53Expand
p53 in health and disease
  • K. Vousden, D. Lane
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology
  • 1 April 2007
As a component of the response to acute stress, p53 has a well established role in protecting against cancer development. However, it is now becoming clear that p53 can have a much broader role andExpand
Regulation of HDM2 activity by the ribosomal protein L11.
The HDM2 protein plays an important role in regulating the stability and function of the p53 tumor suppressor protein. In this report, we show that the ribosomal protein L11 can interact with HDM2Expand
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