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Nowak, D. G., Katsenelson, K. C., Watrud, K. E., Chen, M., Mathew, G., D'Andrea, V. D., Lee, M. F., Swamynathan, M. M., Casanova-Salas, I., Jibilian, M. C., Buckholtz, C. L., Ambrico, A. J., Pan, C. H., Wilkinson, J. E., Newton, A. C., Trotman, L. C. (May 2019) The PHLPP2 phosphatase is a druggable driver of prostate cancer progression. J Cell Biol, 218 (6). pp. 1943-1957. ISSN 0021-9525

Chen, M., Nowak, D. G., Narula, N., Robinson, B., Watrud, K., Ambrico, A., Herzka, T. M., Zeeman, M. E., Minderer, M., Zheng, W., Ebbesen, S. H., Plafker, K. S., Stahlhut, C., Wang, V. M., Wills, L., Nasar, A., Castillo-Martin, M., Cordon-Cardo, C., Wilkinson, J. E., Powers, S., Sordella, R., Altorki, N. K., Mittal, V., Stiles, B. M., Plafker, S. M., Trotman, L. C. (March 2017) The nuclear transport receptor Importin-11 is a tumor suppressor that maintains PTEN protein. J Cell Biol, 216 (3). pp. 641-656. ISSN 0021-9525

Naguib, Adam, Bencze, Gylua, Cho, Hyejin, Zheng, Wu, Tocilj, Ante, Elkayam, Elad, Faehnle, Christopher R, Jaber, Nadia, Pratt, Christopher, Chen, Muhan, Zong, Wei-Xing, Marks, Michael S, Joshua-Tor, Leemor, Pappin, Darryl J, Trotman, Lloyd C (August 2015) PTEN function is controlled by recruitment to cytoplasmic vesicles. In: AACR 106th Annual Meeting 2015.

Trotman, L. C.,