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Peter F. Johnson, Ph.D.

Selected Publications

1)  Landschulz WH, Johnson PF, McKnight SL.
The leucine zipper: a hypothetical structure common to a new class of DNA binding proteins.
Science. 240: 1759-64, 1988.
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2)  Williams SC, Cantwell CA, Johnson PF.
A family of C/EBP-related proteins capable of forming covalently linked leucine zipper dimers in vitro.
Genes Dev. 5: 1553-67, 1991.
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3)  Sterneck E, Tessarollo L, Johnson PF.
An essential role for C/EBPbeta in female reproduction.
Genes Dev. 11: 2153-62, 1997.
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4)  Sebastian T, Malik R, Thomas S, Sage J, Johnson PF.
C/EBPβ cooperates with RB:E2F to implement Ras(V12)-induced cellular senescence.
EMBO J. 24: 3301-3312, 2005.
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5)  Basu SK, Malik R, Huggins CJ, Lee S, Sebastian T, Sakchaisri K, Quiñones OA, Alvord WG, Johnson PF.
3'UTR elements inhibit Ras-induced C/EBPβ post-translational activation and senescence in tumour cells.
EMBO J. 30: 3714-28, 2011.
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6)  Yan C, Tang H, Gao H, Johnson PF, Ye Y, Wu M.
Authors" reply.
Am. J. Pathol. 182: 1459-60, 2013.
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7)  Huggins CJ, Malik R, Lee S, Salotti J, Thomas S, Martin N, Quiñones OA, Alvord WG, Olanich ME, Keller JR, Johnson PF.
C/EBPγ Suppresses Senescence and Inflammatory Gene Expression by Heterodimerizing with C/EBPβ.
Mol. Cell. Biol. 33: 3242-3258, 2013.
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8)  Yan C, Johnson PF, Tang H, Ye Y, Wu M, Gao H.
CCAAT/enhancer-binding protein δ is a critical mediator of lipopolysaccharide-induced acute lung injury.
Am. J. Pathol. 182: 420-30, 2013.
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9)  Duitman J, Hoogendijk AJ, van der Poll T, Spek CA, Yan C, Tang H, Gao H, Johnson PF, Ye Y, Wu M.
CCAAT/Enhancer-Binding Protein δ: Multifaceted Regulator in Respiratory Disease.
Am. J. Pathol. 182: 1459-60, 2013.
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10)  Wang X, Zhao Y, Zhang X, Badie H, Zhou Y, Mu Y, Loo LS, Cai L, Thompson RC, Yang B, Chen Y, Johnson PF, Wu C, Bu G, Mobley WC, Zhang D, Gage FH, Ranscht B, Zhang Y, Lipton SA, Hong W, Xu H.
Loss of sorting nexin 27 contributes to excitatory synaptic dysfunction by modulating glutamate receptor recycling in Down's syndrome.
Nat Med. 19: 473-480, 2013.
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