Wun Chey Sin
Wun Chey Sin
Research Associate, University of British Columbia
Verified email at mail.ubc.ca
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Dendrite growth increased by visual activity requires NMDA receptor and Rho GTPases
WC Sin, K Haas, ES Ruthazer, HT Cline
Nature 419 (6906), 475-480, 2002
4432002
Single-cell electroporationfor gene transfer in vivo
K Haas, WC Sin, A Javaherian, Z Li, HT Cline
Neuron 29 (3), 583-591, 2001
3762001
RhoA-binding kinase α translocation is facilitated by the collapse of the vimentin intermediate filament network
WC Sin, XQ Chen, T Leung, L Lim
Molecular and cellular biology 18 (11), 6325-6339, 1998
1601998
Targeted electroporation in Xenopus tadpoles in vivo–from single cells to the entire brain
K Haas, K Jensen, WC Sin, L Foa, HT Cline
Differentiation 70 (4-5), 148-154, 2002
1542002
Connexin43 enhances glioma invasion by a mechanism involving the carboxy terminus
DC Bates, WC Sin, Q Aftab, CC Naus
Glia 55 (15), 1554-1564, 2007
1162007
Alpha 2-chimerin, an SH2-containing GTPase-activating protein for the ras-related protein p21rac derived by alternate splicing of the human n-chimerin gene, is selectively …
C Hall, WC Sin, M Teo, GJ Michael, P Smith, JM Dong, HH Lim, E Manser, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 13 (8), 4986-4998, 1993
1011993
G protein-coupled receptors GPR4 and TDAG8 are oncogenic and overexpressed in human cancers
WC Sin, Y Zhang, W Zhong, S Adhikarakunnathu, S Powers, T Hoey, S An, ...
Oncogene 23 (37), 6299-6303, 2004
952004
Opposing roles of connexin43 in glioma progression
WC Sin, S Crespin, M Mesnil
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1818 (8), 2058-2067, 2012
942012
Gap junctions modulate glioma invasion by direct transfer of microRNA
X Hong, WC Sin, AL Harris, CC Naus
Oncotarget 6 (17), 15566, 2015
922015
Connexin43 confers Temozolomide resistance in human glioma cells by modulating the mitochondrial apoptosis pathway
PR Gielen, Q Aftab, N Ma, VC Chen, X Hong, S Lozinsky, CC Naus, ...
Neuropharmacology 75, 539-548, 2013
792013
Gap junction intercellular communication mediated by connexin43 in astrocytes is essential for their resistance to oxidative stress
HT Le, WC Sin, S Lozinsky, J Bechberger, JL Vega, XQ Guo, JC Sáez, ...
Journal of Biological chemistry 289 (3), 1345-1354, 2014
782014
The carboxy‐terminal tail of connexin43 gap junction protein is sufficient to mediate cytoskeleton changes in human glioma cells
S Crespin, J Bechberger, M Mesnil, CC Naus, WC Sin
Journal of cellular biochemistry 110 (3), 589-597, 2010
782010
Astrocytes promote glioma invasion via the gap junction protein connexin43
WC Sin, Q Aftab, JF Bechberger, JH Leung, H Chen, CC Naus
Oncogene 35 (12), 1504-1516, 2016
762016
Dose‐dependent differential upregulation of CCN1/Cyr61 and CCN3/NOV by the gap junction protein Connexin43 in glioma cells
WC Sin, JF Bechberger, WJ Rushlow, CC Naus
Journal of cellular biochemistry 103 (6), 1772-1782, 2008
542008
Pannexin 2 protein expression is not restricted to the CNS
M Le Vasseur, J Lelowski, JF Bechberger, WC Sin, CC Naus
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 8, 392, 2014
532014
Role of gap junction protein connexin43 in astrogliosis induced by brain injury
N Theodoric, JF Bechberger, CC Naus, WC Sin
PLoS One 7 (10), e47311, 2012
512012
Matricellular protein CCN3 (NOV) regulates actin cytoskeleton reorganization
WC Sin, M Tse, N Planque, B Perbal, PD Lampe, CC Naus
Journal of Biological Chemistry 284 (43), 29935-29944, 2009
402009
TGF-β1 promotes cerebral cortex radial glia-astrocyte differentiation in vivo
J Stipursky, D Francis, RS Dezonne, AP Bérgamo de Araújo, L Souza, ...
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 8, 393, 2014
372014
Podoplanin: a marker for reactive gliosis in gliomas and brain injury
K Kolar, M Freitas-Andrade, JF Bechberger, H Krishnan, GS Goldberg, ...
Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology 74 (1), 64-74, 2015
352015
Reduction in gap junction intercellular communication promotes glioma migration
Q Aftab, WC Sin, CC Naus
Oncotarget 6 (13), 11447, 2015
342015
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