Melissa Daly

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Exosomes (EVs) have relevance in cell-to-cell communication carrying pro-tumorigenic factors that participate in oncogenesis and drug resistance and are proposed to have potential as self-delivery systems. Advancing on our studies of EVs in triple-negative breast cancer, here we more comprehensively analysed isogenic cell line variants and their EV(More)
A series of novel benzoxazole benzenesulfonamides was synthesized as inhibitors of fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase (FBPase-1). Extensive SAR studies led to a potent inhibitor, 53, with an IC(50) of 0.57microM. Compound 17 exhibited excellent bioavailability and a good pharmacokinetic profile in rats.
We have identified benzoxazole benzenesulfonamide 1 as a novel allosteric inhibitor of fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase (FBPase-1). X-ray crystallographic and biological studies of 1 indicate a distinct binding mode that recapitulates features of several previously reported FBPase-1 inhibitor classes.
Exosomes are nano-sized membrane-bound vesicles released by a range of different cell types. Exosomes have been shown to specifically package certain membrane and cytosolic proteins and nucleic acids. Furthermore, it has been shown that their contents can be transferred to secondary cells, affecting the recipient cells' cellular processes. Exosomes are(More)
Euro-American 2nd- and 4th-grade children (Ms=7.67 and 9.82 years) heard stories about Black and White characters who produced artwork yielding a windfall reward. Children allocated rewards to characters, justified their allocations, and judged the fairness of patterns representing different justice principles. Older children allocated more money to Black(More)
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