Ken Lau
Ken Lau
Professor, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
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Complex N-glycan number and degree of branching cooperate to regulate cell proliferation and differentiation
KS Lau, EA Partridge, A Grigorian, CI Silvescu, VN Reinhold, ...
Cell 129 (1), 123-134, 2007
Proteogenomic analysis of human colon cancer reveals new therapeutic opportunities
S Vasaikar, C Huang, X Wang, VA Petyuk, SR Savage, B Wen, Y Dou, ...
Cell 177 (4), 1035-1049. e19, 2019
N-Glycans in cancer progression
KS Lau, JW Dennis
Glycobiology 18 (10), 750-760, 2008
The human body at cellular resolution: the NIH Human Biomolecular Atlas Program
Caltech-UW TMC Cai Long lcai@ caltech. edu 21 b Shendure Jay 9 Trapnell Cole ...
Nature 574 (7777), 187-192, 2019
The human tumor atlas network: charting tumor transitions across space and time at single-cell resolution
O Rozenblatt-Rosen, A Regev, P Oberdoerffer, T Nawy, A Hupalowska, ...
Cell 181 (2), 236-249, 2020
Genome-wide detection of segmental duplications and potential assembly errors in the human genome sequence
J Cheung, X Estivill, R Khaja, JR MacDonald, K Lau, LC Tsui, SW Scherer
Genome biology 4 (4), 1-10, 2003
Adaptive Regulation at the Cell Surface by N‐Glycosylation
JW Dennis, KS Lau, M Demetriou, IR Nabi
Traffic 10 (11), 1569-1578, 2009
Unsupervised trajectory analysis of single-cell RNA-seq and imaging data reveals alternative tuft cell origins in the gut
CA Herring, A Banerjee, ET McKinley, AJ Simmons, J Ping, JT Roland, ...
Cell systems 6 (1), 37-51. e9, 2018
Genetics and the environment converge to dysregulate N-glycosylation in multiple sclerosis
H Mkhikian, A Grigorian, CF Li, HL Chen, B Newton, RW Zhou, C Beeton, ...
Nature communications 2 (1), 334, 2011
Succinate produced by intestinal microbes promotes specification of tuft cells to suppress ileal inflammation
A Banerjee, CA Herring, B Chen, H Kim, AJ Simmons, AN Southard-Smith, ...
Gastroenterology 159 (6), 2101-2115. e5, 2020
Optimized multiplex immunofluorescence single-cell analysis reveals tuft cell heterogeneity
ET McKinley, Y Sui, Y Al-Kofahi, BA Millis, MJ Tyska, JT Roland, ...
JCI insight 2 (11), 2017
Differential pre-malignant programs and microenvironment chart distinct paths to malignancy in human colorectal polyps
B Chen, S Cherie’R, ET McKinley, AJ Simmons, MA Ramirez-Solano, ...
Cell 184 (26), 6262-6280. e26, 2021
In vivo systems analysis identifies spatial and temporal aspects of the modulation of TNF-α–induced apoptosis and proliferation by MAPKs
KS Lau, AM Juchheim, KR Cavaliere, SR Philips, DA Lauffenburger, ...
Science signaling 4 (165), ra16-ra16, 2011
Interpreting heterogeneity in intestinal tuft cell structure and function
A Banerjee, ET McKinley, J von Moltke, RJ Coffey, KS Lau
The Journal of clinical investigation 128 (5), 1711-1719, 2018
Combinatorial transcriptional profiling of mouse and human enteric neurons identifies shared and disparate subtypes in situ
AA May-Zhang, E Tycksen, AN Southard-Smith, KK Deal, JT Benthal, ...
Gastroenterology 160 (3), 755-770. e26, 2021
Inhibition of the sodium/potassium ATPase impairs N-glycan expression and function
RB Zavareh, KS Lau, R Hurren, A Datti, DJ Ashline, M Gronda, P Cheung, ...
Cancer research 68 (16), 6688-6697, 2008
Increased efficiency for performing colony formation assays in 96-well plates: novel applications to combination therapies and high-throughput screening
D Katz, E Ito, KS Lau, JD Mocanu, C Bastianutto, AD Schimmer, FF Liu
BioTechniques 44 (2), ix, 2008
Non-redundancy within the RAS oncogene family: Insights into mutational disparities in cancer
KS Lau, KM Haigis
Molecules and cells 28, 315-320, 2009
Multiplexed 3D atlas of state transitions and immune interaction in colorectal cancer
JR Lin, S Wang, S Coy, YA Chen, C Yapp, M Tyler, MK Nariya, CN Heiser, ...
Cell 186 (2), 363-381. e19, 2023
Complex N-glycan and metabolic control in tumor cells
R Mendelsohn, P Cheung, L Berger, E Partridge, K Lau, A Datti, J Pawling, ...
Cancer research 67 (20), 9771-9780, 2007
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