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Desai, R and East, D A and Hardy, L and Crosby, J and Rigon, M and Faccenda, D and Alvarez, M S and Singh, A and Mainenti, M and Hussey, L K and Bentham, R and Szabadkai, G and Zappulli, V and Dhoot, G and Romano, L E and Dong, X and Coppens, I and Hamacher-Brady, A and Chapple, J P and Abeti, R and Fleck, R A and Vizcay-Barrena, G and Smith, K and Campanella, M (2020) Mitochondria form contact sites with the nucleus to couple pro-survival retrograde response. Science Advances.

Patel, K and Simbi, B H and Ritvos, O and Vaiyapuri, S and Dhoot, G K (2019) Dysregulated cell signalling and reduced satellite cell potential in ageing muscle. Experimental Cell Research, 385 (2).

Hughes, A and Dhoot, G K (2018) Dysregulated cancer cell transdifferentiation into erythrocytes is an additional metabolic stress in hepatocellular carcinoma. Tumor Biology, 40 (11).

Desai, R and East, D A and Hardy, L and Crosby, J and Faccenda, D and Alvarex, M S and Mainenti, M and Kuhlman Hussy, L and Bentham, R and Szabadkai, G and Zappulli, V and Dhoot, G and Fleck, R A and Vizcay-Barrena, G and Smith, K and Campanella, M (2018) Mitochondria form cholesterol-rich contact sites with the nucleus during retrograde response. bioRxiv. (In Press)

Krishnakumar, K and Chakravorty, I and Foy, W and Allen, S and Justo, T and Mukherjee, A and Dhoot, G K (2018) Multi-tasking Sulf1/Sulf2 enzymes do not only facilitate extracellular cell signalling but also participate in cell cycle related nuclear events. Experimental Cell Research.

Faccenda, D and Nakamura, J and Gorini, G and Dhoot, G K and Piacentini, M and Yoshida, M and Campanella, M (2017) Control of Mitochondrial Remodeling by the ATPase Inhibitory Factor 1 Unveils a Pro-survival Relay via OPA1. Cell Reports.

Faccenda, D and Nakamura, J and Dhoot, G K and Piacentini, M and Yoshida, M and Campanella, M (2017) Control of Mitochondrial Structure and Antioxidant Response by the ATPase Inhibitory Factor 1 Define a Novel Potential Oncogenic Mechanism. BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL, 112 (3). 133a.

Gill, R M S and Mehra, V and Milford, E and Dhoot, G K (2016) Short SULF1/SULF2 splice variants predominate in mammary tumours with a potential to facilitate receptor tyrosine kinase-mediated cell signalling. HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY, 146. pp. 431-144.

Graham, K and Murphy, J I and Dhoot, G K (2016) SULF1/SULF2 reactivation during liver damage and tumour growth. HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY, 146 (1). pp. 85-97.

Zaman, G and Staines, K A and Farquharson, C and Newton, P T and Dudhia, J and Chenu, C and Pitsillides, A A and Dhoot, G K (2016) Expression of Sulf1 and Sulf2 in cartilage, bone and endochondral fracture healing. HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY, 145 (1). pp. 67-79.

Joy, M T and Vrbova, G and Dhoot, G K and Anderson, P N (2014) Sulf1 and Sulf2 expression in the nervous system and its role in limiting neurite outgrowth in vitro. Experimental Neurology, 263. pp. 150-160.

Gill, R M S and Michael, A and Westley, L and Kocher, H M and Murphy, J I and Dhoot, G K (2014) SULF1/SULF2 splice variants differentially regulate pancreatic tumour growth progression. Experimental Cell Research, 324. pp. 157-171.

Hitchins, L and Fletcher, F and Allen, S P and Dhoot, G K (2013) Role of Sulf1A in Wnt1- and Wnt6-induced growth regulation and myoblast hyperelongation. FEBS Open Bio, 3. pp. 30-34.

Gill, R B S and Day, A and Barstow, A and Zaman, G and Chenu, C and Dhoot, G K (2012) Mammalian Sulf1 RNA alternative splicing and its significance to tumour growth regulation. Tumour Biology, 33 (5). pp. 1669-1680.

Dhoot, G K (2012) Recent Progress and Related Patents on the Applications of SULF1/SULF2 Enzymes in Regenerative Medicine and Cancer Therapies. Recent patents on regenerative medicine, 2 (1). pp. 137-145.

Gill, R B S and Day, A and Barstow, A and Hongxiang, L and Zaman, G and Dhoot, G K (2011) Sulf2 gene is alternatively spliced in mammalian developing and turmour tissues with functional implications. BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS, 414 (3). pp. 468-473.

Roop, G and Hitchins, L and Fletcher, F and Dhoot, G K (2010) Sulf1A and HGF regulate satellite-cell growth. Journal of Cell Science, 123 (11). pp. 1873-1883.

Sahota, A P and Dhoot, G K (2009) A novel SULF1 splice variant inhibits Wnt signalling but enhances angiogenesis by opposing SULF1 activity. Experimental Cell Research, 315 (16). pp. 2572-2764.

Zhao, W and Allen, S P and Dhoot, G K (2007) FGF mediated sulf1 regulation. FEBS LETTERS, 581 (25). pp. 4960-4964.

Zhao, W F and Sala-Newby, G B and Dhoot, G K (2006) Sulf1 expression pattern and its role in cartilage and joint development. DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS, 235 (12). pp. 3327-3335.

Krishan, K and McKinnell, I and Patel, K and Dhoot, G K (2005) Dynamic Id2 expression in the medial and lateral domains of avian dermamyotome. DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS, 234 (2). pp. 363-370.

Dhoot, G K and Perry, S V (2005) Expression of slow skeletal myosin binding C-protein in normal adult mammalian heart. JOURNAL OF MUSCLE RESEARCH AND CELL MOTILITY, 26 (2-3). pp. 143-148.

Sala-Newby, G B and George, S J and Bond, M and Dhoot, G K and Newby, A C (2005) Regulation of vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation, migration and death by heparan sulfate 6-O-endosulfatase1. FEBS LETTERS, 579 (28). pp. 6493-6498.

Stoutamyer, A and Dhoot, G K (2005) Transient expression of fast troponin C transcripts in embryonic quail heart. JOURNAL OF MUSCLE RESEARCH AND CELL MOTILITY, 26 (4-5). pp. 237-245.

Earnshaw, J C and Kyprianou, P and Kirshan, K and Dhoot, G K (2002) Differentiation of original and regenerated skeletal muscle fibres in mdx dystrophic muscles. HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY, 118 (1). pp. 19-27.

Dhoot, G K and Gustafsson, M K and Ai, X B and Sun, W T and Standiford, D M and Emerson, C P (2001) Regulation of Wnt signaling and embryo patterning by an extracellular sulfatase. SCIENCE, 293 (5535). pp. 1663-1666.

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Barton, P J R and Felkin, L E and Koban, M U and Cullen, M E and Brand, N J and Dhoot, G K (2004) The slow skeletal muscle troponin T gene is expressed in developing and diseased human heart. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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