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  • Cell Research
    Hearn 6 Olivier Elemento 7 Navid Paknejad 8 Katia Manova Todorova 8 Karl Welte 9 Jacqueline Bromberg 10 Héctor Peinado 1 and David Lyden 1 1 Children s Cancer and Blood Foundation Laboratories Departments of Pediatrics Cell and Developmental Biology Weill Cornell Medical College New York NY 10021 USA 2 Department of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Hannover Medical School Hannover 30625 Germany 3 Genomic Resource Core Facility Weill Cornell Medical College New York NY 10065 USA 4 Department of Pathology Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai New York NY 10029 USA 5 Bioinformatics Laboratory Department of Medicine Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai One Gustave L Levy Place New York NY 10029 USA 6 Microscopy Facility Hershey Building Room 103 Laboratory of Cancer Systems Biology Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Cold Spring Harbor NY 11724 USA 7 Department of Physiology and Biophysics Institute for Computational Biomedicine Weill Cornell Medical College New York NY 10065 USA 8 Molecular Cytology Core Facility Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center New York NY 10065 USA 9 Department of Molecular Hematopoiesis Hannover Medical School Hannover 30625 Germany 10 Department of Medicine Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Weill Cornell Medical College New York NY 10065 USA Exosomes small membrane vesicles 30 100 nm of endocytic origin secreted by most cell types contain functional biomolecules which can be horizontally transferred to recipient cells1 Exosomes bear a specific protein and lipid composition and carry a select set of functional mRNAs and microRNAs2 Recently our group has shown that c Met shed in exosomes can promote a proangiogenic and prometastatic phenotype in bone marrow derived progenitor cells during melanoma progression3 In previous research retrotransposon RNA transcripts single stranded DNA ssDNA mitochondrial DNA and oncogene amplifications i e c myc have been detected in microvesicles4 5 6 In this

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  • Cell Research
    Ecology Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences Chinese Academy of Sciences Shanghai 200032 China 2 State Key Laboratory of Drug Research Institute of Materia Medica Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences Chinese Academy of Sciences Shanghai 201203 China 3 State Key Laboratory of Genetic Engineering Department of Microbiology School of Life Sciences and Institute of Biomedical Sciences Fudan University Shanghai 200032 China 4 Shanghai MOST Key Laboratory for Health and Disease Genomics Chinese National Human Genome Center Shanghai 201203 China 5 Department of Microbiology and Li KaShing Institute of Health Sciences The Chinese University of Hong Kong Prince of Wales Hospital Shatin New Territories Hong Kong SAR China Correspondence Zhihua Zhou Tel 86 21 54924050 Fax 86 21 54924049 E mail zhouzhihua sippe ac cn Jianmin Yue Tel Fax 86 21 50806718 E mail jmyue mail shcnc ac cn Guoping Zhao Tel Fax 86 21 54924002 E mail gpzhao sibs ac cn Ginseng has been traditionally used as herbal medicine in Asia for thousands of years to enhance physical performance and to increase resistance to stress and aging and has been developed into various kinds of dietary supplement with increasing market demand1 Its active constituents are ginsenosides a group of triterpene saponins

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  • Cell Research
    redefines itself FREE Nicholas C Sennett 1 and Dylan J Taatjes 1 1 Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of Colorado Boulder CO 80303 USA Correspondence Dylan J Taatjes Tel 1 303 492 6929 Fax 1 303 492 5894 E mail Taatjes colorado edu Mediator is a large and structurally dynamic protein complex that is globally required for eukaryotic transcription by RNA polymerase II In a recent paper published in

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  • Cell Research
    Martine Simonelig 1 1 mRNA Regulation and Development Institute of Human Genetics CNRS UPR1142 141 rue de la Cardonille 34396 Montpellier Cedex 5 France Correspondence Martine Simonelig Tel 33 4 34 35 99 59 Fax 33 4 34 35 99 57 E mail Martine Simonelig igh cnrs fr Piwi interacting RNAs piRNAs have a major function in the repression of transposable elements in the germline in addition they have been

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  • Cell Research
    782 Keeping 53BP1 out of focus in mitosis FREE Rimma Belotserkovskaya 1 and Stephen P Jackson 1 2 1 The Wellcome Trust and Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute and Department of Biochemistry University of Cambridge Cambridge CB2 1QN England UK 2 The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute CB10 1SA Hinxton Cambridge UK Correspondence Stephen P Jacksona E mail s jackson gurdon cam ac uk Rimma Belotserkovskaya E mail r belotserkovskaya gurdon

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  • Cell Research
    and Andrew Thorburn 1 1 Department of Pharmacology University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora CO 80045 USA Correspondence Andrew Thorburn E mail Andrew Thorburn ucdenver edu Macroautophagy has been implicated in numerous diseases yet our understanding of the proteins responsible for the turnover of specific cargo by autophagy is limited In a recent paper published in Nature Mancias et al used quantitative proteomics to identify a cohort of autophagosome

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  • Cell Research
    2 Quan Chen 1 and Koji Okamoto 2 1 State Key Laboratory of Biomembrane and Membrane Biotechnology Institute of Zoology Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing 100101 China 2 Laboratory of Mitochondrial Dynamics Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences Osaka University Suita Osaka 565 0871 Japan Correspondence Quan Chen E mail chenq ioz ac cn Koji Okamoto E mail kokamoto fbs osaka u ac jp Mitophagy or mitochondria autophagy plays a critical role in selective removal of damaged or unwanted mitochondria Several protein receptors including Atg32 in yeast NIX BNIP3L BNIP3 and FUNDC1 in mammalian systems directly act in mitophagy Atg32 interacts with Atg8 and Atg11 on the surface of mitochondria promoting core Atg protein assembly for mitophagy NIX BNIP3L BNIP3 and FUNDC1 also have a classic motif to directly bind LC3 Atg8 homolog in mammals for activation of mitophagy Recent studies have shown that receptor mediated mitophagy is regulated by reversible protein phosphorylation Casein kinase 2 CK2 phosphorylates Atg32 and activates mitophagy in yeast In contrast in mammalian cells Src kinase and CK2 phosphorylate FUNDC1 to prevent mitophagy Notably in response to hypoxia and FCCP treatment the mitochondrial phosphatase PGAM5 dephosphorylates FUNDC1 to activate mitophagy Here we mainly focus on recent

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