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Publications

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Screens for proteotoxicity-induced changes in the mitochondria proteome. J Neurosci. 2004 [Abstr].
Kumaraswamy A, Sanchez I.

Modulation of the calcium activated potassium channel subunit 3 (SK3) by expanded polyglutamine repeats and ER Stress. J Neurosci. 2004.[Abstr]
Zacharin K, Lipovsky A, Sanchez I.

 

 

 

Pivotal role for Oligomerization in Expanded Polyglutamine Neurodegenerative disorders. Nature 421: 373- 379 (2003)

Ivelisse Sanchez ,Mahlke C, Yuan J.

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Caspase 8 is required for Polyglutamine-induced cell death Neuron 22: 623-633 (1999).

I. Sanchez , C-J Xu, Juo P, Kakisuka A, Blenis J, Yuan J.

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A convoluted way to die. Neuron 29: 563-566: 1013-1024 (2001).  

Sanchez I, Yuan J.

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Local Control of Neurofilament Accumulation during Radial Growth of Myelinating Axons In Vivo: Selective Role of a Site Specific Phosphorylation. J Cell Biol. 151: 1013-1024 (2000).

Sanchez I, Hassinger L, Sihag RK, DW Cleveland, P. Mohan, Nixon RA.

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Oligodendroglia influence neurofilaments and axon caliber growth during neuronal development independently of myelin formation. J Neurosc. 16: 5095-5105 (1996).  

Sanchez I, Hassinger L, Paskevich PA, Nixon RA.

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Dissociation between Neurodegeneration and Caspase-11-Mediated Activation of Caspase-1 and Caspase-3 in a Mouse Model of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. J Neurosc. 23: 5455–5460 (2003).  

Shin Jung Kang, I. Sanchez, N. Jing, and J. Yuan

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