My research goal is to elucidate how changes in gene expression regulation contribute to cancer. My lab focuses on characterizing the role of alternative-splicing misregulation in breast and ovarian cancer by using 3D cell culture and PDX models. Our unique expertise in both RNA biology and cancer research allows us to connect these distinct fields, and by combining innovative tools and interdisciplinary approaches, to gain novel insights into the molecular mechanism of gene expression regulation in normal and cancer cells. My research findings should lead to the development of novel biomarkers and promising drugs for cancer therapy.
Anczuków O and Krainer AR (2016). Splicing-factor alterations in cancers. RNA, 22:1285-301, 2016.
Anczuków O, Akerman M, Cléry A, Wu J, Shen C, Shirole NH, Raimer A, Sun S, Jensen MA, Hua Y, Allain FH, Krainer AR. SRSF1-Regulated Alternative Splicing in Breast Cancer. Molecular Cell. 60(1):105-17, 2015.
Anczuków O, Rosenberg AZ, Akerman M, Das S, Zhan L, Karni R, Muthuswamy SK, Krainer AR. The splicing factor SRSF1 regulates apoptosis and proliferation to promote mammary epithelial cell transformation. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 19(2):220-8, 2012.
Anczuków O, Buisson M, Léoné M, Coutanson C, Lasset C, Calender A, Sinilnikova OM, Mazoyer S. BRCA2 deep intronic mutation causing activation of a cryptic exon: opening toward a new preventive therapeutic strategy. Clin Cancer Res. 18(18):4903-9, 2012.
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