Sathyavageeswaran Shreeram

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Deletion of Ppm1d, the gene encoding the Wip1 phosphatase, renders cells resistant to transformation and mice resistant to tumor development. Here, we report that deficiency of Wip1 resulted in activation of the ataxia-telangiectasia mutated (ATM) kinase. In turn, overexpression of Wip1 was sufficient to reduce activation of the ATM-dependent signaling(More)
The ataxia telangiectasia mutated (ATM) kinase is a key tumor suppressor that regulates numerous cell cycle checkpoints as well as apoptosis. Here, we report that ATM is a critical player in the regulation of apoptosis and lymphomagenesis in the presence of c-myc. In turn, deletion of the inhibitory ATM phosphatase, Wip1, results in ATM up-regulation and(More)
Post-translational modifications of NF-kappaB through phosphorylations enhance its transactivation potential. Much is known about the kinases that phosphorylate NF-kappaB, but little is known about the phosphatases that dephosphorylate it. By using a genome-scale siRNA screen, we identified the WIP1 phosphatase as a negative regulator of NF-kappaB(More)
The Wip1 phosphatase is an oncogene that is overexpressed in a variety of primary human cancers. We were interested in identifying genetic variants that could change Wip1 activity. We identified 3 missense SNPs of the human Wip1 phosphatase, L120F, P322Q, and I496V confer a dominant-negative phenotype. On the other hand, in primary human cancers, PPM1D(More)
The cell division cycle 25A (Cdc25A) phosphatase is a critical regulator of cell cycle progression under normal conditions and after stress. Stress-induced degradation of Cdc25A has been proposed as a major way of delaying cell cycle progression. In vitro studies pointed toward serine 123 as a key site in regulation of Cdc25A stability after exposure to(More)
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