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2022
1 Munson, Michael Joseph; Mathai, Benan John; Ng, Matthew; Trachsel-Moncho, Laura; de la Ballina, Laura R; Simonsen, Anne Gjøen.
GAK and PRKCD kinases regulate basal mitophagy.. Autophagy 2022
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2021
2 Munson, Michael Joseph; Mathai, Benan J.; Ng, Matthew; Trachsel Moncho, Laura Cristina; de la Ballina, Laura R; Schultz, Sebastian W.; Aman, Yahyah; Lystad, Alf H.; Singh, Sakshi; Singh, Sachin; Wesche, Jørgen; Fang, Evandro F.; Simonsen, Anne.
GAK and PRKCD are positive regulators of PRKN-independent mitophagy. Nature Communications 2021 ;Volum 12.(1) s. -
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3 Simonsen, Anne Gjøen; Ng, Matthew; Wai, Timothy.
Quality control of the mitochondrion. Developmental Cell 2021 ;Volum 5.(56) s. 881-905
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2020
4 Kocere, Agnese; Resseguier, Julien; Wohlmann, Jens; Skjeldal, Frode Miltzow; Khan, Shanawaz; Speth, Martin; Dal, Nils-Jørgen Knudsen; Ng, Matthew Yoke Wui; Alonso Rodriguez, Noelia; Scarpa, Edoardo; Rizzello, Loris; Battaglia, Giuseppe; Griffiths, Gareth Wyn; Fenaroli, Federico.
Real-time imaging of polymersome nanoparticles in zebrafish embryos engrafted with melanoma cancer cells: Localization, toxicity and treatment analysis. EBioMedicine 2020 ;Volum 58. s. 1-12
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2019
5 Abudu, Yakubu Princely; Pankiv, Serhiy; Mathai, Benan John; Lystad, Alf Håkon; Bindesbøll, Christian; Brenne, Hanne Britt; Ng, Matthew Yoke Wui; Thiede, Bernd; Yamamoto, Ai; Nthiga, Thaddaeus Mutugi; Lamark, Trond; Esguerra, Camila Vicencio; Johansen, Terje; Simonsen, Anne.
NIPSNAP1 and NIPSNAP2 act as “eat-me signal” for mitophagy. Developmental Cell 2019 ;Volum 49.(4) s. 509-525.e12
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2017
6 Repnik, Urska; Distefano, Marita Borg; Speth, Martin; NG, Matthew Yoke Wui; Progida, Cinzia; Hoflack, Bernard; Gruenberg, Jean; Griffiths, Gareth.
L-leucyl-L-leucine methyl ester does not release cysteine cathepsins to the cytosol but inactivates them in transiently permeabilized lysosomes. Journal of Cell Science 2017 ;Volum 130.(18) s. 3124-3140
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