Pro-apoptotic Bim suppresses breast tumor cell metastasis and is a target gene of SNAI2
D Merino, SA Best, M-L Asselin-Labat, F Vaillant, B Pal, RA Dickins, RL Anderson, A Strasser, P Bouillet, GJ Lindeman, JE Visvader
Oncogene | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2015
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council, Australia (NHMRC)
Awarded by NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship
Awarded by NHMRC Australia Fellowship
We are grateful to K Rogers, L Whitehead, C Nowell for help with imaging, K Birchall, L Reid and G Siciliano for animal husbandry; B Helbert and C Young for mouse genotyping; K Breslin, M Robati and K Liu for technical assistance. We thank D Metcalf and JM Adams for useful discussion and advice, LA O'Reilly for antibodies and D Huang for knockout MEF cell lines. This work was supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council, Australia (NHMRC, 461221 and 1016701); NHMRC IRIISS; the Victorian State Government through Victorian Cancer Agency funding of the Victorian Breast Cancer Research Consortium and Operational Infrastructure Support; the Australian Cancer Research Foundation; and The National Breast Cancer Foundation. DM was supported by a NBCF Early Career Fellowship, RLA by a senior NBCF Fellowship, and SAB by a NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship #1017256. JEV and GJL were supported by an NHMRC Australia Fellowship and Research Fellowship (637307), respectively.