Gilles Rademaker, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Anatomy
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address513 Parnassus Avenue, HSW
San Francisco CA 94143
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    1. Lysosomal retargeting of Myoferlin mitigates membrane stress to enable pancreatic cancer growth. Nat Cell Biol. 2021 03; 23(3):232-242. Gupta S, Yano J, Mercier V, Htwe HH, Shin HR, Rademaker G, Cakir Z, Ituarte T, Wen KW, Kim GE, Zoncu R, Roux A, Dawson DW, Perera RM. PMID: 33686253.
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    2. Ferlin Overview: From Membrane to Cancer Biology. Cells. 2019 08 22; 8(9). Peulen O, Rademaker G, Anania S, Turtoi A, Bellahcène A, Castronovo V. PMID: 31443490.
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    3. Myoferlin Contributes to the Metastatic Phenotype of Pancreatic Cancer Cells by Enhancing Their Migratory Capacity through the Control of Oxidative Phosphorylation. Cancers (Basel). 2019 Jun 19; 11(6). Rademaker G, Costanza B, Anania S, Agirman F, Maloujahmoum N, Di Valentin E, Goval JJ, Bellahcène A, Castronovo V, Peulen O. PMID: 31248212.
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    4. Transforming growth factor beta-induced, an extracellular matrix interacting protein, enhances glycolysis and promotes pancreatic cancer cell migration. Int J Cancer. 2019 09 15; 145(6):1570-1584. Costanza B, Rademaker G, Tiamiou A, De Tullio P, Leenders J, Blomme A, Bellier J, Bianchi E, Turtoi A, Delvenne P, Bellahcène A, Peulen O, Castronovo V. PMID: 30834519.
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    5. Human colon cancer cells highly express myoferlin to maintain a fit mitochondrial network and escape p53-driven apoptosis. Oncogenesis. 2019 Mar 08; 8(3):21. Rademaker G, Costanza B, Bellier J, Herfs M, Peiffer R, Agirman F, Maloujahmoum N, Habraken Y, Delvenne P, Bellahcène A, Castronovo V, Peulen O. PMID: 30850580.
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    6. Myoferlin controls mitochondrial structure and activity in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma, and affects tumor aggressiveness. Oncogene. 2018 08; 37(32):4398-4412. Rademaker G, Hennequière V, Brohée L, Nokin MJ, Lovinfosse P, Durieux F, Gofflot S, Bellier J, Costanza B, Herfs M, Peiffer R, Bettendorff L, Deroanne C, Thiry M, Delvenne P, Hustinx R, Bellahcène A, Castronovo V, Peulen O. PMID: 29720728.
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