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- Draetta Group
Veronique BaldinCurrent information Scientist Toulouse, France E-mail Nationality: FrenchEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Draetta Group Developmental Biology From 1991 to 1992 Biography Hide biographyBiography: Baldin V. et al., (1997) Oncogene, 14, 2485-2495.
'Alternative splicing of the human CDC25B tyrosine phosphatase. Possible implication for growth control'
Baldin V. et al., (1997) Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun.,236, 130-134.
'Evidence for a mammalian Nim1-like kinase pathway controlling G1/S transition'
Baldin V., et al., (1997) J. Biol. Chem., 272, 32731-32734.
'Phosphorylation of human CDC25B phosphatase by CDK1-cyclin A triggers its proteasome-dependent degradation'
Cans C., Ducommun B. and Baldin V. (1999)Molecular Biology Reports, 26, 53-57.
'Proteasome-dependent degradation of human CDC25B phosphatase'
Mils V., Baldin V., et al.,(2000) Oncogene, 19, 1257-1265.
'Specific interaction between 14.3.3 isoforms and the human CDC25B phosphatase'
Davezac N., Baldin V., et al., (2000) Oncogene, 19, 2179-2185.
'Regulation of CDC25B phosphatase subcellular localisation'
Baldin V. (2000) Progress in Cell Cycle Research, 4, 49-60 (Review).
'14-3-3 proteins and growth control'
*Davezac N., *Baldin V.,.(in press) Oncogene.
'Human pEg3 kinase associates with and phosphorylates CDC25B phosphatase. A potential role for pEg3 in cell cycle regulation.' (* equal contribution).
Baldin V., Pelpel K., Cazalés M. Cans C. and Ducommun B. (in press) J. Biol. Chem.
'Nuclear localisation of CDC25B1 and serine 146 integrity are required for induction of mitosis'
Current information Professor, New York University School of Medicine
522 First Ave. SRB 1107 New York, USA E-mail Nationality: ItalianEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Draetta Group Developmental Biology From 08.1990 to 11.1992 Research interests: CELL CYCLE, UBIQUITIN SYSTEM Biography Hide biographyBiography: Dr. Pagano is an internationally recognized molecular and cell biologist who studies the cell division cycle and how the deregulation of this process contributes to malignant transformation. He received his doctorate in Medicine and a Specialty Diploma in Molecular Endocrinology in 1989 from the Federico II University in his native Napoli, Italy. He was subsequently a post-doctoral fellow at the EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany (1990-92) and a principal investigator and scientific co-founder of Mitotix Inc., Cambridge, MA (1992-96). He joined the NYU School of Medicine in September 1996 and has been the director of the Growth Control Program of the NYU Cancer Institute for the past eight years. He has received many prestigious grants and in 2006 obtained a MERIT Award from the National Cancer Institute in recognition of his outstanding achievements in cancer biology. In 2008, he was nominated Investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.