Publications by Researcher: Hoch, NC

2012 ATM Substrate Chk2-interacting Zn2+ Finger (ASCIZ) Is a Bi-functional Transcriptional Activator and Feedback Sensor in the Regulation of Dynein Light Chain (DYNLL1) Expression
Journal Of Biological Chemistry
Jurado, S Conlan, LA Baker, EK Ng, JL Tenis, N Hoch, NC Gleeson, K Smeets, M Izon, D Heierhorst, J
2013 Molecular Basis of the Essential S Phase Function of the Rad53 Checkpoint Kinase
Molecular And Cellular Biology
Hoch, NC Chen, ESW Buckland, R Wang, SC Fazio, A Hammet, A Pellicioli, A Chabes, A Tsai, MD Heierhorst, J
2014 Use of Quantitative Mass Spectrometric Analysis to Elucidate the Mechanisms of Phospho-priming and Auto-activation of the Checkpoint Kinase Rad53 in Vivo
Molecular & Cellular Proteomics
Chen, ESW Hoch, NC Wang, SC Pellicioli, A Heierhorst, J Tsai, MD
2017 Quantitative Analysis of Yeast Checkpoint Protein Kinase Activity by Combined Mass Spectrometry Enzyme Assays
Methods Enzymol.
Hoch, NC Chen, ESW Tsai, MD Heierhorst, J
2017 ASCIZ/ATMIN is dispensable for ATM signaling in response to replication stress
Dna Repair
Liu, R King, A Hoch, NC Chang, C Kelly, GL Deans, AJ Heierhorst, J
2019 Dynll1 is essential for development and promotes endochondral bone formation by regulating intraflagellar dynein function in primary cilia
Human Molecular Genetics
King, A Hoch, NC McGregor, NE Sims, NA Smyth, IM Heierhorst, J