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  • 1485 Citations
  • 16 h-Index
  • 26 Article
  • 3 Review article
  • 1 Conference contribution

Loss of Setd4 delays radiation-induced thymic lymphoma in mice

Feng, X., Lu, H., Yue, J., Schneider, N., Liu, J., Denzin, L. K., Chan, C. S., De, S. & Shen, Z., Feb 2020, In : DNA Repair. 86, 102754.

Rutgers, The State University

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
  • 1 Scopus citations

    Function and clinical relevance of RHAMM isoforms in pancreatic tumor progression

    Choi, S., Wang, D., Chen, X., Tang, L. H., Verma, A., Chen, Z., Kim, B. J., Selesner, L., Robzyk, K., Zhang, G., Pang, S., Han, T., Chan, C. S., Fahey, T. J., Elemento, O. & Du, Y. C. N., May 9 2019, In : Molecular Cancer. 18, 1, 92.

    Rutgers, The State University

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • 2 Scopus citations

    Integrative genomic characterization identifies molecular subtypes of lung carcinoids

    Laddha, S. V., Da Silva, E. M., Robzyk, K., Untch, B. R., Ke, H., Rekhtman, N., Poirier, J. T., Travis, W. D., Tang, L. H. & Chan, C. S., Sep 1 2019, In : Cancer Research. 79, 17, p. 4339-4347 9 p.

    Rutgers, The State University

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Scopus citations

    ATRX, DAXX or MEN1 mutant pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors are a distinct alpha-cell signature subgroup

    Chan, C. S., Laddha, S. V., Lewis, P. W., Koletsky, M. S., Robzyk, K., Da Silva, E., Torres, P. J., Untch, B. R., Li, J., Bose, P., Chan, T. A., Klimstra, D. S., Allis, C. D. & Tang, L. H., Dec 1 2018, In : Nature communications. 9, 1, 4158.

    Rutgers, The State University

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 12 Scopus citations

    Why are there hotspot mutations in the TP53 gene in human cancers?

    Baugh, E. H., Ke, H., Levine, A. J., Bonneau, R. A. & Chan, C. S., Jan 1 2018, In : Cell Death and Differentiation. 25, 1, p. 154-160 7 p.

    Rutgers, The State University

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

  • 50 Scopus citations