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In this issue of Molecular Cell, Chen et al. (2017) demonstrate that the tumor suppressor protein ARF sensitizes cancer cells to programmed death through a surprising mechanism: ARF physically interacts with and antagonizes activation by acetylation of the master redox regulator NRF2, providing an unusual mode of posttranslational NRF2 regulation.
Contribution by NRF2 Upregulation to Lung Carcinogenesis and the Possible Therapeutic Value of NRF2 Inhibition by GSK-3 (Joint with Universities of St Andrews, Edinburgh and Pennsylvania)
1/05/16 → 31/10/19