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  • Song, H. and Xu, Y. (2007). Gain of function of p53 cancer mutants in disrupting critical DNA damage response pathways. Cell Cycle 6: 1570-1573.
  • Song,J., Chao, C. and Xu, Y. (2007). Ser18 and Ser23 phosphorylation plays synergistic roles in activating p53-dependent neuronal apoptosis. Cell Cycle 6: 1412-1414.
  • Song, H., Hollstein, M. and Xu, Y. (2007) p53 gain-of-function cancer mutants induce genetic instability by inactivating ATM. Nat. Cell. Biol. 9:573-80.


  • Borges, HL, Chao, C., Xu, Y, Linden, R. and Wang J.Y. (2004). Rdiation-Induced Apoptosis in Developing Mouse Retina Exhibits Dose-Dependent Requirement for ATM Phosphorylation of p53.  Cell Death Differ.  11, 494-502.
  • Inlay, M., Tian, H., Lin, T. and Xu, Y. (2004). Functional dissection of the immunoglobulin kappa light chain intronic enhancer reveals important roles for E protein binding sites in activating VkappaJkappa rearrangement. J. Exp. Med. 200, 1205-1211.