Jonathan A. kelber, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biology California State University, Northridge, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Area:
Cancer and Regenerative biology, receptor and non-receptor kinases
Website:
http://developmentaloncogenelab.gutensite.net/
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Parents

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Wylie Vale grad student 2004-2009 UCSD
 (Mechanism, function and modulation of oncogenic Cripto signaling.)
Richard  L. Klemke post-doc 2009-2012 UCSD
Laurence L. Brunton post-doc 2010-2012 UCSD
Joan S. Brugge research scientist 2017-2017 Harvard Medical School (Biomechanics Tree)
Martin J. Humphries research scientist 2019-2020 University of Manchester

Children

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Analine Aguayo research assistant CSUN (Chemistry Tree)
Megan Agajanian grad student 2013-2015 CSUN
Armen Gharibi grad student 2014-2016 CSUN
Yvess Adamian grad student 2014-2017 CSUN
Malachia Hoover grad student 2014-2017 CSUN
Justin Molnar grad student 2014-2017 CSUN
Preston Shisgal grad student 2014-2018 CSUN
Sarkis Hamalian grad student 2016-2018 CSUN
Kayla Meade grad student 2016-2018 CSUN
Sa La Kim grad student 2017-2019 CSUN
Cameron Geller grad student 2018-2020 CSUN
Francesca Sanchez grad student 2018-2020 CSUN
Matthew Wallace grad student 2019-2021 CSUN
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Hamalian S, Güth R, Runa F, et al. (2021) A SNAI2-PEAK1-INHBA stromal axis drives progression and lapatinib resistance in HER2-positive breast cancer by supporting subpopulations of tumor cells positive for antiapoptotic and stress signaling markers. Oncogene
Conner C, Lager TW, Guldner IH, et al. (2020) Cell surface GRP78 promotes stemness in normal and neoplastic cells. Scientific Reports. 10: 3474
Güth R, Adamian Y, Geller C, et al. (2019) DHPS-dependent hypusination of eIF5A1/2 is necessary for TGFβ/fibronectin-induced breast cancer metastasis and associates with prognostically unfavorable genomic alterations in TP53. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications
Meade KJ, Sanchez F, Aguayo A, et al. (2019) Secretomes from metastatic breast cancer cells, enriched for a prognostically unfavorable LCN2 axis, induce anti-inflammatory MSC actions and a tumor-supportive premetastatic lung. Oncotarget. 10: 3027-3039
Sanchez F, Meade K, Aguayo A, et al. (2019) Abstract LB-129: Metastatic breast cancer cells promote anti-inflammatory MSC actions and release Lipocalin 2 to induce a tumor-supportive premetastatic lung microenvironment Cancer Research. 79
Hoover M, Runa F, Booker E, et al. (2018) Identification of myosin II as a cripto binding protein and regulator of cripto function in stem cells and tissue regeneration. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications
Guth R, Kutscher L, Adamian Y, et al. (2018) Abstract 4998: Targeting DHPS to abrogate TGFβ-induced metastasis in breast cancer Cancer Research. 78: 4998-4998
Hamalian S, Güth R, Zervantonakis I, et al. (2018) Abstract 2140: Mesenchymal stromal cells expressing a PEAK1/Cripto axis sustain pro-survival NF-κB signaling in adjacent tumor cells to promote disease progression and therapy resistance Cancer Research. 78: 2140-2140
Lager TW, Conner HC, Guldner IH, et al. (2018) Abstract 1990: Aberrant cell surface expression of GRP78 in breast cancer cells marks a stem-like population that has increased metastatic potential in vivo Cancer Research. 78: 1990-1990
Runa F, Hamalian S, Meade K, et al. (2017) Tumor microenvironment heterogeneity: challenges and opportunities. Current Molecular Biology Reports. 3: 218-229
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