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Volume 36, Issue 6 (February 2017)

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microRNAs with AAGUGC seed motif constitute an integral part of an oncogenic signaling network OPEN

Y Zhou, O Frings, R M Branca, J Boekel, C le Sage, E Fredlund, R Agami and L M Orre

Oncogene 2017 36: 731-745; advance online publication, August 1, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.242

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Loss of BRCA1 or BRCA2 markedly increases the rate of base substitution mutagenesis and has distinct effects on genomic deletions OPEN

J Zámborszky, B Szikriszt, J Z Gervai, O Pipek, Á Póti, M Krzystanek, D Ribli, J M Szalai-Gindl, I Csabai, Z Szallasi, C Swanton, A L Richardson and D Szüts

Oncogene 2017 36: 746-755; advance online publication, July 25, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.243

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Inhibition of MAPK pathway is essential for suppressing Rheb-Y35N driven tumor growth

Y Wang, X Hong, J Wang, Y Yin, Y Zhang, Y Zhou, H-l Piao, Z Liang, L Zhang, G Li, G Xu, D J Kwiatkowski and Y Liu

Oncogene 2017 36: 756-765; advance online publication, July 11, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.246

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EWS-FLI1-mediated suppression of the RAS-antagonist Sprouty 1 (SPRY1) confers aggressiveness to Ewing sarcoma

F Cidre-Aranaz, T G P Grünewald, D Surdez, L García-García, J Carlos Lázaro, T Kirchner, L González-González, A Sastre, P García-Miguel, S E López-Pérez, S Monzón, O Delattre and J Alonso

Oncogene 2017 36: 766-776; advance online publication, July 4, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.244

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Endogenous GABAA receptor activity suppresses glioma growth

A Blanchart, R Fernando, M Häring, N Assaife-Lopes, R A Romanov, M Andäng, T Harkany and P Ernfors

Oncogene 2017 36: 777-786; advance online publication, July 4, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.245

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FBW7 mutations mediate resistance of colorectal cancer to targeted therapies by blocking Mcl-1 degradation

J Tong, S Tan, F Zou, J Yu and L Zhang

Oncogene 2017 36: 787-796; advance online publication, July 11, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.247

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Overproduction of IGF-2 drives a subset of colorectal cancer cells, which specifically respond to an anti-IGF therapeutic antibody and combination therapies

H Zhong, C Fazenbaker, C Chen, S Breen, J Huang, X Yao, P Ren, Y Yao, R Herbst and R E Hollingsworth

Oncogene 2017 36: 797-806; advance online publication, July 11, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.248

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A novel FOXM1 isoform, FOXM1D, promotes epithelial–mesenchymal transition and metastasis through ROCKs activation in colorectal cancer OPEN

X Zhang, L Zhang, Y Du, H Zheng, P Zhang, Y Sun, Y Wang, J Chen, P Ding, N Wang, C Yang, T Huang, X Yao, Q Qiao, H Gu, G Cai, S Cai, X Zhou and W Hu

Oncogene 2017 36: 807-819; advance online publication, July 11, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.249

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TRIP12 as a mediator of human papillomavirus/p16-related radiation enhancement effects

L Wang, P Zhang, D P Molkentine, C Chen, J M Molkentine, H Piao, U Raju, J Zhang, D R Valdecanas, R C Tailor, H D Thames, T A Buchholz, J Chen, L Ma, K A Mason, K-K Ang, R E Meyn and H D Skinner

Oncogene 2017 36: 820-828; advance online publication, July 18, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.250

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Synergistic functions of E2F7 and E2F8 are critical to suppress stress-induced skin cancer OPEN

I Thurlings, L M Martínez-López, B Westendorp, M Zijp, R Kuiper, P Tooten, L N Kent, G Leone, H J Vos, B Burgering and A de Bruin

Oncogene 2017 36: 829-839; advance online publication, July 25, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.251

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Downregulation of CXCL12 in mesenchymal stromal cells by TGFβ promotes breast cancer metastasis OPEN

P F Yu, Y Huang, C L Xu, L Y Lin, Y Y Han, W H Sun, G H Hu, A B Rabson, Y Wang and Y F Shi

Oncogene 2017 36: 840-849; advance online publication, September 26, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.252

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FoxF1 and FoxF2 transcription factors synergistically promote rhabdomyosarcoma carcinogenesis by repressing transcription of p21Cip1 CDK inhibitor

D Milewski, A Pradhan, X Wang, Y Cai, T Le, B Turpin, V V Kalinichenko and T V Kalin

Oncogene 2017 36: 850-862; advance online publication, July 18, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.254

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Elevated hydrostatic pressure enhances the motility and enlarges the size of the lung cancer cells through aquaporin upregulation mediated by caveolin-1 and ERK1/2 signaling

Y-C Kao, J-R Jheng, H-J Pan, W-Y Liao, C-H Lee and P-L Kuo

Oncogene 2017 36: 863-874; advance online publication, August 8, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.255

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MMP7-mediated cleavage of nucleolin at Asp255 induces MMP9 expression to promote tumor malignancy

T-I Hsu, S-C Lin, P-S Lu, W-C Chang, C-Y Hung, Y-M Yeh, W-C Su, P-C Liao and J-J Hung

Oncogene 2017 36: 875-876; advance online publication, August 1, 2016; 10.1038/onc.2016.274

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