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InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
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    1. Arnold JM, Gu F, Ambati CR, Rasaily U, Ramirez-Pena E, Joseph R, Manikkam M, Martin RS, Charles C, Pan Y, Chatterjee SS, Den Hollander P, Zhang W, Nagi C, Sikora AG, Rowley D, Putluri N, Zhang XH, Karanam B, Mani SA, Sreekumar A. Correction: UDP-glucose 6-dehydrogenase regulates hyaluronic acid production and promotes breast cancer progression. Oncogene. 2020 Apr; 39(15):3226-3228. PMID: 32214199.
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    2. Kim IS, Gao Y, Welte T, Wang H, Liu J, Janghorban M, Sheng K, Niu Y, Goldstein A, Zhao N, Bado I, Lo HC, Toneff MJ, Nguyen T, Bu W, Jiang W, Arnold J, Gu F, He J, Jebakumar D, Walker K, Li Y, Mo Q, Westbrook TF, Zong C, Rao A, Sreekumar A, Rosen JM, Zhang XH. Immuno-subtyping of breast cancer reveals distinct myeloid cell profiles and immunotherapy resistance mechanisms. Nat Cell Biol. 2019 09; 21(9):1113-1126. PMID: 31451770.
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    3. Arnold JM, Gu F, Ambati CR, Rasaily U, Ramirez-Pena E, Joseph R, Manikkam M, San Martin R, Charles C, Pan Y, Chatterjee SS, Den Hollander P, Zhang W, Nagi C, Sikora AG, Rowley D, Putluri N, Zhang XH, Karanam B, Mani SA, Sreekumar A. UDP-glucose 6-dehydrogenase regulates hyaluronic acid production and promotes breast cancer progression. Oncogene. 2020 Apr; 39(15):3089-3101. PMID: 31308490.
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    4. Purwaha P, Gu F, Piyarathna DWB, Rajendiran T, Ravindran A, Omilian AR, Jiralerspong S, Das G, Morrison C, Ambrosone C, Coarfa C, Putluri N, Sreekumar A. Unbiased Lipidomic Profiling of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Tissues Reveals the Association of Sphingomyelin Levels with Patient Disease-Free Survival. Metabolites. 2018 Jul 13; 8(3). PMID: 30011843.
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    5. Jin F, Thaiparambil J, Donepudi SR, Vantaku V, Piyarathna DWB, Maity S, Krishnapuram R, Putluri V, Gu F, Purwaha P, Bhowmik SK, Ambati CR, von Rundstedt FC, Roghmann F, Berg S, Noldus J, Rajapakshe K, Gödde D, Roth S, Störkel S, Degener S, Michailidis G, Kaipparettu BA, Karanam B, Terris MK, Kavuri SM, Lerner SP, Kheradmand F, Coarfa C, Sreekumar A, Lotan Y, El-Zein R, Putluri N. Tobacco-Specific Carcinogens Induce Hypermethylation, DNA Adducts, and DNA Damage in Bladder Cancer. Cancer Prev Res (Phila). 2017 Oct; 10(10):588-597. PMID: 28851690.
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    6. Noonepalle SK, Gu F, Lee EJ, Choi JH, Han Q, Kim J, Ouzounova M, Shull AY, Pei L, Hsu PY, Kolhe R, Shi F, Choi J, Chiou K, Huang TH, Korkaya H, Deng L, Xin HB, Huang S, Thangaraju M, Sreekumar A, Ambs S, Tang SC, Munn DH, Shi H. Promoter Methylation Modulates Indoleamine 2,3-Dioxygenase 1 Induction by Activated T Cells in Human Breast Cancers. Cancer Immunol Res. 2017 04; 5(4):330-344. PMID: 28264810.
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    7. Nehring RB, Gu F, Lin HY, Gibson JL, Blythe MJ, Wilson R, Bravo Núñez MA, Hastings PJ, Louis EJ, Frisch RL, Hu JC, Rosenberg SM. An ultra-dense library resource for rapid deconvolution of mutations that cause phenotypes in Escherichia coli. Nucleic Acids Res. 2016 Mar 18; 44(5):e41. PMID: 26578563.
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    8. Jin F, Bhowmik SK, Putluri V, Gu F, Gohlke J, Von Rundstedt FC, Dasgupta S, Krishnapuram R, O'Malley BW, Sreekumar A, Putluri N. A Novel [15N] Glutamine Flux using LC-MS/MS-SRM for Determination of Nucleosides and Nucleobases. J Anal Bioanal Tech. 2015 Oct; 6(5). PMID: 27158554.
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    9. Shee C, Cox BD, Gu F, Luengas EM, Joshi MC, Chiu LY, Magnan D, Halliday JA, Frisch RL, Gibson JL, Nehring RB, Do HG, Hernandez M, Li L, Herman C, Hastings PJ, Bates D, Harris RS, Miller KM, Rosenberg SM. Engineered proteins detect spontaneous DNA breakage in human and bacterial cells. Elife. 2013 Oct 29; 2:e01222. PMID: 24171103.
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