Journal article

Physiological restraint of Bak by Bcl-x(L) is essential for cell survival

Erinna F Lee, Stephanie Grabow, Stephane Chappaz, Grant Dewson, Colin Hockings, Ruth M Kluck, Marlyse A Debrincat, Daniel H Gray, Matthew T Witkowski, Marco Evangelista, Anne Pettikiriarachchi, Philippe Bouillet, Rachael M Lane, Peter E Czabotar, Peter M Colman, Brian J Smith, Benjamin T Kile, W Douglas Fairlie

Genes & Development | COLD SPRING HARBOR LAB PRESS, PUBLICATIONS DEPT | Published : 2016

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Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia


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Awarded by Cancer Council of Victoria


Awarded by Leukemia and Lymphoma Society


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Funding Acknowledgements

We thank Lorraine O'Reilly (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) and Andreas Strasser (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) for provision of some antibodies, and Sweta Iyer (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) for technical assistance. This work was supported by Program Grants (1016701 and 1016647), Project Grants (1041936 and 575561), a Career Development Fellowship (1024620), and Fellowships (1022618, 1063008, 1042629, and 1079700) from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia; a Fellowship (FT100100791) from the Australian Research Council (ARC); a Cancer Council of Victoria Grant-in-Aid (1057949); and a Specialised Center of Research grant (7015) from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. S.G. was supported by Cancer Council of Victoria, Leukaemia Foundation Australia, the Lady Tata Memorial Trust, Melbourne International Research, the Melbourne International Fee Remission Scholarship (University of Melbourne), and Cancer Therapeutics CRC Top-up Scholarship. Infrastructure support was provided by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia Independent Research Institute Infrastructure Support Scheme grant 361646 and a Victorian State Government Operational Infrastructure Program grant.