Congratulations to Danielle Cook for her stunning cover image in Genes & Cancer, October, 2011

Martin, T.D., Samuel, J.C., Routh, E.D., Der, C.J. and Yeh, J.J.  (2011). Activation and involvement of Ral GTPases in colorectal cancer.  Cancer Res., 71:206-215.

Justilien, V., Jameison, L., Der, C.J., Rossman, K.L., Fields, A.P. (2011). The oncogenic activity of ECT2 is regulated through protein kinase Ci mediated phosphorylation. J. Biol. Chem., 286, 8149-8157.

Zand, T.P., Reiner, D.J. and Der, C.J. (2011). Ras effector switching promotes divergent cell fates in C. elegans vulva patterning.  Dev. Cell, 20:84-96.

Stevens, E.V., Banet, N., Onesto, C., Plachco, A., Alan, J.K., Nikolaishvili-Feinberg, N., Midkiff, B.R., Kuan,P.F., Liu,J., Miller, C.R., Vigil, D., Graves, L.M., and Der, C.J. (2011) RhoGDI2 antagonizes ovarian carcinoma growth, invasion and metastasis.  Small GTPases. 2011 Jul;2(4):202-210.

Lindsay, C.R., Lawn, S., Campbell, A.D., Faller, W.J., Rambow, F., Mort, R.L., Timpson, P., Li, A., Cammareri, P., Ridgway, R.A., Morton, J.P., Doyle, B., Hegarty, S., Rafferty, M., Murphy, I.G., McDermott, E.W., Sheahan, K, Pedone, K, Finn, A.J., Groben, P.A., Thomas, N.E., Hao, H., Carson, C., Norman, J.C., Machesky, L.M., Gallagher, W.M., Jackson, I.J., Van Kempen, L., Beermann, F, Der, C.J., Larue, L., Welch, H.C., Ozanne, B.W. and Sansom, O.J. (2011). P-Rex1 is required for efficient melanoblast migration and melanoma metastasis. Nat Commun. 2011. 2:555. doi: 10.1038/ncomms1560.

Chenette, E. J. and Der, C.J. (2011). Lipid Modification of Ras Superfamily GTPases: Not Just Membrane Glue. In The Enzymes, Vol. 29, Protein Prenylation Part A (F. Tamanoi, C. Hrycyna and M. Bergo, eds), Academic Press, Chapter 5, pp 59-95.

Baines, A.T., Xu, D., Der, C.J. Inhibition of Ras for cancer treatment: the search continues. 2011. Future Med. Chem. Oct 3 (14): 1787-808. PMID:22004085

Cook, DR, Solski, PA, Bultman, SJ, Kauselmann, G, Schoor, M, Kuehn, R, Friedman, LS, Cowley, DO, Van Dyke, T, Yeh, JJ, Johnson, L and Der, CJ. (2012). The Ect2 Rho guanine nucleotide exchange factor is essential for early mouse development and normal cell cytokinesis and migration. Genes Cancer. 2011 Oct;2(10):932-42. doi: 10.1177/1947601912437035. PMID: 22701760


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