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Anthony K.L. Leung, Ph.D.
Joint Appointment in Molecular Biology and Genetics
Research Interests: non-coding RNAs; RNA-binding proteins; post-translational modifications; PARP inhibitors; RNA granules; diagnostics; proteomics
- Joint Appointment in Molecular Biology and Genetics
- Joint Appointment in Oncology
Centers & Institutes
- Ph.D., University of Dundee (United Kingdom) (2003)
Research & Publications
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Daniels C.M., Ong S.E., Leung A.K.* 2015 The Promise of Proteomics for the Study of ADP-Ribosylation. Mol Cell. 58(6):911-24.
Daniels, C.M., Ong, S. E., and Leung, A.K.* 2014. Phosphoproteomic Approach to Characterize Protein Mono- and Poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation Sites from Cells. J Proteome Res. 13:3510-22
Leung, A.K., Vyas, S., Rood, J.E., Bhutkar, A.J., Sharp, P.A. and Chang, P. 2011. Poly(ADP-ribose) Regulates microRNA activity and stress responses in the Cytoplasm. Mol Cell 42:489-99.
Leung, A.K., Young, G.A., Bhutkar, A.J. Zheng, G.X. and Sharp, P.A. 2011. Genomewide Identification of Endogenous Argonaute Binding sites in Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells with and without Mature microRNAs. Nature Struct. Mol. Biol. 18:237-44.
Leung, A.K., Calabrese, M.J., and Sharp, P.A. 2006. Quantitative analysis of Argonaute protein reveals microRNA-dependent Localisation to Stress Granules. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 103:18125-30.