Pascal Duijf
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Heterozygous germline mutations in the p53 homolog p63 are the cause of EEC syndrome
J Celli, P Duijf, BCJ Hamel, M Bamshad, B Kramer, APT Smits, ...
Cell 99 (2), 143-153, 1999
Hay–Wells syndrome is caused by heterozygous missense mutations in the SAM domain of p63
JA McGrath, PHG Duijf, V Doetsch, AD Irvine, R Waal, KRJ Vanmolkot, ...
Human molecular genetics 10 (3), 221-230, 2001
p63 Gene mutations in EEC syndrome, limb-mammary syndrome, and isolated split hand–split foot malformation suggest a genotype-phenotype correlation
H Van Bokhoven, BCJ Hamel, M Bamshad, E Sangiorgi, F Gurrieri, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 69 (3), 481-492, 2001
Complex transcriptional effects of p63 isoforms: identification of novel activation and repression domains
P Ghioni, F Bolognese, PHG Duijf, H Van Bokhoven, R Mantovani, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 22 (24), 8659-8668, 2002
Pathogenesis of split-hand/split-foot malformation
PHG Duijf, H van Bokhoven, HG Brunner
Human molecular genetics 12 (suppl_1), R51-R60, 2003
A C-terminal inhibitory domain controls the activity of p63 by an intramolecular mechanism
Z Serber, HC Lai, A Yang, HD Ou, MS Sigal, AE Kelly, BD Darimont, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 22 (24), 8601-8611, 2002
Treating cancer with microRNA replacement therapy: A literature review
N Hosseinahli, M Aghapour, PHG Duijf, B Baradaran
Journal of cellular physiology 233 (8), 5574-5588, 2018
Mad2 is a critical mediator of the chromosome instability observed upon Rb and p53 pathway inhibition
JM Schvartzman, PHG Duijf, R Sotillo, C Coker, R Benezra
Cancer cell 19 (6), 701-714, 2011
Mutations in the human TBX4 gene cause small patella syndrome
EMHF Bongers, PHG Duijf, SEM van Beersum, J Schoots, A Van Kampen, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 74 (6), 1239-1248, 2004
Gain-of-function mutation in ADULT syndrome reveals the presence of a second transactivation domain in p63
PHG Duijf, KRJ Vanmolkot, P Propping, W Friedl, E Krieger, F McKeon, ...
Human molecular genetics 11 (7), 799-804, 2002
Cancer cells preferentially lose small chromosomes
PHG Duijf, N Schultz, R Benezra
International journal of cancer 132 (10), 2316-2326, 2013
The cancer biology of whole-chromosome instability
PHG Duijf, R Benezra
Oncogene 32 (40), 4727-4736, 2013
MicroRNAs in cancer cell death pathways: Apoptosis and necroptosis
S Shirjang, B Mansoori, S Asghari, PHG Duijf, A Mohammadi, M Gjerstorff, ...
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 139, 1-15, 2019
A novel translation re-initiation mechanism for the p63 gene revealed by amino-terminal truncating mutations in Rapp-Hodgkin/Hay-Wells-like …
T Rinne, SE Clements, E Lamme, PHG Duijf, E Bolat, R Meijer, H Scheffer, ...
Human molecular genetics 17 (13), 1968-1977, 2008
miR‐142‐3p as tumor suppressor miRNA in the regulation of tumorigenicity, invasion and migration of human breast cancer by targeting Bach‐1 expression
B Mansoori, A Mohammadi, M Ghasabi, S Shirjang, R Dehghan, ...
Journal of cellular physiology 234 (6), 9816-9825, 2019
microRNAs in cancer stem cells: Biology, pathways, and therapeutic opportunities
Z Asadzadeh, B Mansoori, A Mohammadi, M Aghajani, ...
Journal of cellular physiology 234 (7), 10002-10017, 2019
Delineation of the ADULT syndrome phenotype due to arginine 298 mutations of the p63 gene
T Rinne, E Spadoni, KW Kjaer, C Danesino, D Larizza, M Kock, ...
European journal of human genetics 14 (8), 904-910, 2006
Heritable DNA methylation marks associated with susceptibility to breast cancer
JE Joo, JG Dowty, RL Milne, EM Wong, PA Dugué, D English, JL Hopper, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-12, 2018
Fine-mapping of 150 breast cancer risk regions identifies 191 likely target genes
L Fachal, H Aschard, J Beesley, DR Barnes, J Allen, S Kar, KA Pooley, ...
Nature genetics 52 (1), 56-73, 2020
In epithelial cancers, aberrant COL17A1 promoter methylation predicts its misexpression and increased invasion
PU Thangavelu, T Krenács, E Dray, PHG Duijf
Clinical epigenetics 8 (1), 1-13, 2016
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