Last bits of Boris’ PhD published!

VHLnm23Better late than never, one might think. Once upon a time when I spent time in Tien Hsu’s lab, back in 2001 at the Medical University of South Carolina, I conducted a 2-hybrid experiment with the fly von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) tumor suppressor. Amongst a few other candidates, we found the nm23 tumour suppressor as interaction partner for VHL. We published a very nice paper on nm23 function in tracheal development, but never quite revealed where we had found the inspiration to chose exactly that gene to work on. Now in this semi-review article we’re finally coming clean and show about 13 years later that VHL and nm23 do stuff together. Unfortunately, pay per view in Naunyn Schmiedeberg’s Archives of Pharmacology: Interaction between Nm23 and the tumor suppressor VHL.

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