Journal article

Differential Remodeling of Actin Cytoskeleton Architecture by Profilin Isoforms Leads to Distinct Effects on Cell Migration and Invasion

Ghassan Mouneimne, Scott D Hansen, Laura M Selfors, Lara Petrak, Michele M Hickey, Lisa L Gallegos, Kaylene J Simpson, James Lim, Frank B Gertler, John H Hartwig, R Dyche Mullins, Joan S Brugge

Cancer Cell | CELL PRESS | Published : 2012

University of Melbourne Researchers

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Funding Acknowledgements

We thank James Bui and Wa Xian for technical assistance; Rachel Davidowitz, Taru Muranen, and Scott Valastyan for their blinded analysis of the human tumor tissue arrays; the Nikon Imaging Center, particularly Jennifer Waters and Wendy Salmon; and the Rodent Histopathology Core Facility, particularly Roderick Bronson. This work was funded by the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the NIGMS Cell Migration Consortium, a gift from the Lee Jeans Foundation through the Entertainment Industry Foundation (to J.S.B.); NIH Grant P01 HL059561 (to J.H.H.); NIH Grant ROI #GM61010, UCSF/UC Berkeley Nanomedicine Development Center and the National Science Foundation (to R.D.M. and S.D.H.); and NIH #GM58801 (to F.B.G.).