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  Welcome to the p53Lab
   
 
The p53 lab is focusing on the development of new therapies, new diagnostics and new discoveries in the p53 pathway. 11 Million people living with cancer have specific mutations in the p53 gene leading to the production of a faulty p53 protein. This is half the cases of human cancer. In those that have an apparently normal p53 gene we believe that there are faults in the p53 pathway. We are using a variety of approaches to translate this extraordinary finding into clinical benefit. We work closely with many other groups both in Singapore and in the rest of the world to acheive this. We are using biochemical, biophysical, cell biological and genetic approaches in our work and offer an outstanding international training environment.

News & Events

Upcoming Conferences (2019)

23 Sept Singapore 6th Antibody Symposium - Antibody Engineering The Next Wave
12 - 13 Dec Singapore Peptides and Proteins Society Singapore (P2S2) Symposium 2019

 

 

 

 

 

July 2019 - p53 Lab is featured on cover of Cancer Research

Current Publications

Abdel-Fatah, Broom RJ, Lu J, Moseley PM, Huang B, Li L, Liu S, Chen L, Ma RZ, Cao W, Wang X, Li Y, Perry JK, Aleskandarany M, Nolan CC, Rakha EA, Lobie PE, Chan SYT, Ellis IO, Hwang LA, Lane DP, Green AR, Liu DX,19 (2019). SHON expression predicts response and relapse risk of breast cancer patients after anthracycline-based combination chemotherapy or tamoxifen treatment (2019). B J Cancer, 120(7), 728-745.

Ng S, Juang YC, Chandramohan A, Kaan HYK, Sadruddin A, Yuen TY, Ferrer FJ, Lee XEC, Xi L, Johannes CW, Brown CJ, Kannan S, Aronica PG, Berglund N, Verma CS, Liu LJ, Stoeck A, Sawyer TK, Partridge AW, Lane DP (2019). De-risking drug discovery of intracellular targeting peptides: screening strategies to eliminate false-positive hits. BioRXiv, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/636563.

Pradhan MR, Siau JW, Kannan S, Nguyen MN, Ouaray Z, Kwoh CK, Lane DP, Ghadessy F, Verma CS (2019). Simulations of mutant p53 DNA binding domains reveal a novel druggable pocket. Nucleic Acids Research, 47(4), 1637–1652.

Xue Y, Barker N, Hoon S, He P, Thakur T, Abdeen SR, Maruthappan P, Ghadessy FJ, Lane DP (2019). Bortezomib Stabilizes and Activates p53 in Proliferative Compartments of both Normal and Tumor Tissues In Vivo. Cancer Res, 79(14), 3595-3607.

Partridge AW, Kaan HYK, Juang YC, Sadruddin A, Lim S, Brown CJ, Ng S, Thean D, Ferrer F, Johannes C, Yuen TY, Kannan S, Aronica P, Tan YS, Pradhan MR, Verma CS, Hochman J, Chen S, Wan H, Ha S, Sherborne B2, Lane DP, Sawyer TK (2019). Incorporation of putative helix-breaking amino acids in the design of novel stapled peptides: Exploring biophysical and cellular permeability properties. Molecules, 24(12).

Koh XY, Koh XH, Hwang LA, Ferrer FJ, Rahmat SAB, Lama D, Lane DP (2019). Therapeutic anti-cancer activity of antibodies targeting sulfhydryl bond constrained epitopes on unglycosylated RON receptor tyrosine kinase . Oncogene. doi: 10.1038/s41388-019-0946-8. [Epub ahead of print].

Ong JFM, Goh HC, Lim SC, Pang LM, Chin JSF, Tan KS, Liang ZX, Yang L, Glukhov E, Gerwick WH, Tan LT (2019). Integrated Genomic and Metabolomic Approach to the Discovery of Potential Anti-Quorum Sensing Natural Products from Microbes Associated with Marine Samples from Singapore. Mar Drugs, 17(1), 72.

Sana B, Chee SMQ, Wongsantichon J, Raghavan S, Robinson RC, Ghadessy FJ (2019). Development and structural characterization of an engineered multi-copper oxidase reporter of protein-protein interactions. J Biol Chem, 294(17), 7002-7012. doi: 10.1074/jbc.RA118.007141. Epub 2019 Feb 15.

Yuen TY, Brown CJ, Xue Y, Tan YS, Ferrer Gago FJ, Lee XE, Neo JY, Thean D, Kaan HYK, Partridge AW, Verma CS, Lane DP, Johannes CW (2019). Stereoisomerism of stapled peptide inhibitors of the p53-Mdm2 interaction: an assessment of synthetic strategies and activity profiles. Chem Sci, 10(26).

Yuri Frosi, Rachael Usher, Dawn Thean Gek Lian, David P. Lane, Christopher J. Brown (2019). Monitoring flux in signaling pathways through measurements of 4EBP1-mediated eIF4F Complex assembly. BMC Biology, 17(1).

Lama D, Liberatore AM, Frosi Y, Nakhle J, Tsomaia N, Bashir T, Lane DP, Brown CJ, Verma CS, Auvin, S. (2019). Structural insights reveal arecognition feature for tailoring hydrocarbon stapled-peptides againstthe eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E protein. S. Chem Sci., 10(8), 2489-2500.