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Publications

Owen, J, S. Gray, J.S. House, R.C. Smart and  J.R. Hall. C/EBPβ deficiency selectively reprograms the keratinocyte interferome to enhance the keratinocyte-autonomous innate immune response. In preparation

Tam, H.W., J.R. Hall, Z.J. Messenger, D.D. Jima, J.S. House, K.Linder, and R.C. Smart. C/EBPβ Suppresses Keratinocyte Autonomous Type 1 IFN Response and p53 to Increase Cell Survival and Susceptibility to UVB-induced Skin Cancer. Carcinogenesis. 2019 Jan 29

Messenger, Z.J., J.R. Hall, D.D. Jima, J.S. House, H.W. Tam, and R.C. Smart. C/EBPβ deletion in oncogenic Ras skin tumors is a synthetic lethal event. Cell Death and Dis 2018 Oct 15;9(11):1054

Hall, J.R., Z.J. Messenger, H.W. Tam, S.L. Phillips, L. Recio and R.C. Smart. Long noncoding RNA lincRNA-p21 is the major mediator of UVB-induced and p53-dependent apoptosis in keratinocytes. Cell Death and Dis Mar 19:6 e1700 2015

Hall, J.R., M.S. Bereman, A.I. Nepomuceno, E.A Thompson, D.C. Muddiman and R.C. Smart. C/EBPα regulates CRL4Cdt2-mediated degradation of p21 in response to UVB-induced DNA damage to control the G1/S checkpoint. Cell Cycle 13:3602-3610 2014

Thompson, E.A., S. Zhu, J.R. Hall, J.S. House, R. Ranjan, J.A. Burr, Y-Y. He, D.M. Owens and R.C. Smart. C/EBPα expression is downregulated in human nonmelanoma skin cancers and inactivation of C/EBPa confers susceptibility to UVB-induced skin squamous cell carcinomas. J. Invest. Dermatol. 131:1339-1346 2011