Terumi Kohwi-Shigematsu, Ph.D.

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
email: TKohwi-Shigematsu@lbl.gov

Grants

Global Gene Regulation by SATB1 in Metastatic Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
IDEA (Innovative, Developmental, and Exploratory Awards) 8IB-0183 $161,176
DNA Packaging Defects in Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
IDEAS II 6JB-0134 $333,261
The Role of MAR-Binding Protein in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
Research Project Awards 1RB-0381 $223,201
The Role of MAR-Binding Protein in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
Research Project Awards 1RB-0381A $328,849


Caught in the act: binding of Ku and PARP to MARs reveals novel aspects of their functional interaction.
  Periodical: Critical Reviews in Eukaryotic Gene Expression
  Author(s): Galande S, Kohwi-Shigematsu T.
  Yr: 2000 Vol: 10 Nbr: 1 Pgs: 63-72
  Associated Grant: DNA Packaging Defects in Breast Cancer
 
Linking chromatin architecture to cellular phenotype: BUR-binding proteins and cancer
  Periodical: Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. Supplement
  Author(s): Galande S and Kohwi-Shigematsu T
  Yr: 2000 Vol: Suppl 35 Nbr: Pgs: 36-45
  Associated Grant: DNA Packaging Defects in Breast Cancer
 
Poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase and Ku autoantigen form a complex and synergistically bind to matrix attachment sequences
  Periodical: Journal of Biological Chemistry
  Author(s): Galande S and Kohwi-Shigematsu T
  Yr: 1999 Vol: 274 Nbr: 29 Pgs: 20521-20528
  Associated Grant: The Role of MAR-Binding Protein in Breast Cancer
 
A matrix attachment region (MAR)-binding activity due to a p114 kilodalton protein is found only in human breast carcinomas and not in normal and benign breast disease tissues
  Periodical: Cancer Research
  Author(s): Yanagisawa J, Ando J, Nakayama J, Kohwi Y, and Kohwi-Shigematsu T
  Yr: 1996 Vol: 56 Nbr: Pgs: 457-462
  Associated Grant: The Role of MAR-Binding Protein in Breast Cancer