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Robert W. Mason, PhD

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Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Inhibitors of cathepsins B and L induce autophagy and cell death in neuroblastoma cells
  2. Efficient differentiation of mouse embryonic stem cells into motor neurons
  3. Identification of the phosphorylation sites in the survival motor neuron protein by protein kinase A
  4. Proteomic assessment of a cell model of spinal muscular atrophy
  5. Induction of cell death in neuroblastoma by inhibition of cathepsins B and L
  6. Protein processing by the placental protease, cathepsin P
  7. Role of cathepsins in blastocyst hatching in the golden hamster
  8. Emerging Functions of Placental Cathepsins
  9. Development of a specific inhibitor for the placental protease, cathepsin P
  10. Expression of Cathepsin P mRNA, Protein and Activity in the Rat Choriocarcinoma Cell Line, Rcho-1, During Giant Cell Transformation
  11. Cathepsin L stabilizes the histone modification landscape on the Y chromosome and pericentromeric heterochromatin
  12. Defining the substrate specificity of mouse cathepsin P
  13. Nitric oxide does not mediate promotion of cellular potassium release by phenolphthalein in COS-7 cells
  14. Expression and characterization of cathepsin P
  15. Regulation of 86Rb+ ion transport across polarized human colonocytes by bis-phenolic compounds
  16. Evolution of placentally expressed cathepsins
  17. Evolution of placental proteases
  18. Further characterization of the interaction between the cytoskeletal proteins talin and vinculin
  19. Characterization of mouse cathepsin R, a new member of a family of placentally expressed cysteine proteases
  20. Mouse cathepsin M, a placenta-specific lysosomal cysteine protease related to cathepsins L and P
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