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1Aug-1996Arabidopsis profilins are functionally similar to yeast profilins; Identification of a vascular bundle-specific profilin and a pollen-specific profilinChristensen, H.E.M. ; Ramachandan, S. ; Tan, C.-T. ; Surana, U. ; Dong, C.-H. ; Chua, N.-H.
21996Cdc20, a β-transducin homologue, links RAD9-mediated Q2/M checkpoint control to mitosis in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeLim, H.H. ; Surana, U. 
32018Conformational landscape of the epidermal growth factor receptor kinase reveals a mutant specific allosteric pocketKannan, S.; Venkatachalam, G.; Lim, H.H.; Surana, U. ; Verma, C. 
41996Dephosphorylation of threonine 169 of Cdc28 is not required for exit from mitosis but may be necessary for start in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeLim, H.H. ; Loy, C.J. ; Zaman, S. ; Surana, U. 
51993Destruction of the CDC2S/CLB mitotic kinase is not required for the metaphase to anaphase transition in budding yeastSurana, U. ; Amon, A.; Dowzer, C.; McGrew, J.; Byers, B.; Nasmyth, K.
61996Molecular and genetic characterization of SLC1, a putative Saccharomyces cerevisiae homolog of the metazoan cytoplasmic dynein light chain 1Dick, T. ; Surana, U. ; Chia, W. 
7May-1999NDD1, a high-dosage suppressor of cdc28-1N, is essential for expression of a subset of late-S-phase-specific genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeLoy, C.J. ; Lydall, D.; Surana, U. 
82009Oscillations of the p53-Akt network: Implications on cell survival and deathWee K.B.; Surana U. ; Aguda B.D. 
9Aug-2010p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase promotes cell survival in response to DNA damage but is not required for the G2 DNA damage checkpoint in human cancer cellsPhong, M.S.; Van Horn, R.D.; Li, S.; Tucker-Kellogg, G. ; Surana, U. ; Ye, X.S.
109-Jun-2022Potential Therapeutics Targeting Upstream Regulators and Interactors of EHMT1/2Ang, Gareth Chin Khye; Gupta, Amogh; Surana, Uttam ; Yap, Shirlyn Xue Ling; Taneja, Reshma 
111-Oct-2017Replication stress-induced endogenous DNA damage drives cellular senescence induced by a sub-lethal oxidative stressVenkatachalam, G; Surana, U ; Clement, MV 
121996Spindle pole body separation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae requires dephosphorylation of the tyrosine 19 residue of Cdc28Lim, H.H. ; Goh, P.-Y. ; Surana, U.