TEAD Proteins Associate With DNA Repair Proteins to Facilitate Cellular Recovery

WuXi AppTec scientists recently contributed to a research study which utilized an affinity purification mass spectrometry approach to identify nuclear interacting partners of Transcriptional Enhanced Associate Domain (TEAD) proteins.  The authors found a significant enrichment of interacting proteins linked to DNA damage, and they showed that depletion of TEAD transcription factors makes cells more susceptible to DNA damage.

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