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Michael Rape, Ph.D.

Molecular and Cell Biology University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Cell cycle, Ubiquitin
"Michael Rape"
Mean distance: 17.41 (cluster 18)
Cross-listing: Cell Biology Tree - Chemistry Tree


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Stefan Jentsch grad student UC Berkeley (RNA) Delete Edit
Marc W. Kirschner post-doc Harvard (Cell Biology Tree) (RNA) Delete Edit


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Adam Williamson grad student 2012 UC Berkeley (pq) Delete Edit
Katherine E. Wickliffe grad student 2013 UC Berkeley (pq) Delete Edit
David Akopian post-doc 2014- UC Berkeley and HHMI (Chemistry Tree) (ATPase) Delete Edit
Kevin Mark post-doc 2015- (Chemistry Tree) (toczyski) Delete Edit
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Mena EL, Jevtić P, Greber BJ, et al. (2020) Structural basis for dimerization quality control. Nature
Oh E, Mark KG, Mocciaro A, et al. (2020) Gene expression and cell identity controlled by anaphase-promoting complex. Nature
Mena EL, Kjolby RAS, Saxton RA, et al. (2018) Dimerization quality control ensures neuronal development and survival. Science (New York, N.Y.)
Oh E, Akopian D, Rape M. (2018) Principles of Ubiquitin-Dependent Signaling. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology
Werner A, Baur R, Teerikorpi N, et al. (2018) Multisite dependency of an E3 ligase controls monoubiquitylation-dependent cell fate decisions. Elife. 7
Yau RG, Doerner K, Castellanos ER, et al. (2017) Assembly and Function of Heterotypic Ubiquitin Chains in Cell-Cycle and Protein Quality Control. Cell
Werner A, Rape M. (2017) Powering stem cell decisions with ubiquitin. Cell Death and Differentiation
Werner A, Manford AG, Rape M. (2017) Ubiquitin-Dependent Regulation of Stem Cell Biology. Trends in Cell Biology
Akopian D, Rape M. (2017) Conducting the finale of DNA replication. Genes & Development. 31: 226-227
Roberts AM, Miyamoto DK, Huffman TR, et al. (2017) Chemoproteomic Screening of Covalent Ligands Reveals UBA5 as a Novel Pancreatic Cancer Target. Acs Chemical Biology
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