Rachana Garg
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Dietary curcumin modulates transcriptional regulators of phase I and phase II enzymes in benzo[ a ]pyrene-treated mice: mechanism of its anti …
R Garg, S Gupta, GB Maru
Carcinogenesis 29 (5), 1022-1032, 2008
Protein kinase C and cancer: what we know and what we do not
R Garg, LG Benedetti, MB Abera, H Wang, M Abba, MG Kazanietz
Oncogene 33 (45), 5225, 2014
Curcumin decreases 12- O -tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate-induced protein kinase C translocation to modulate downstream targets in mouse skin
R Garg, AG Ramchandani, GB Maru
Carcinogenesis 29 (6), 1249-1257, 2008
Activation of nuclear factor κB (NF-κB) in prostate cancer is mediated by protein kinase C ϵ (PKCϵ)
R Garg, J Blando, CJ Perez, HB Wang, FJ Benavides, MG Kazanietz
Journal of Biological Chemistry 287 (44), 37570-37582, 2012
Transgenic overexpression of PKCε in the mouse prostate induces preneoplastic lesions
F Benavides, J Blando, C Perez, R Garg, CJ Conti, J DiGiovanni, ...
Cell cycle 10 (2), 268-277, 2011
Chemopreventive Herbal Anti-Oxidants: Current Status and Future Perspectives
R Patel, R Garg, S Erande, GB Maru
Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition 40 (2), 82-91, 2007
Dietary turmeric modulates DMBA-induced p21ras, MAP kinases and AP-1/NF-κB pathway to alter cellular responses during hamster buccal pouch carcinogenesis
R Garg, A Ingle, G Maru
Toxicology and applied pharmacology 232 (3), 428-439, 2008
Protein kinase C epsilon cooperates with PTEN loss for prostate tumorigenesis through the CXCL13-CXCR5 pathway
R Garg, JM Blando, CJ Perez, MC Abba, F Benavides, MG Kazanietz
Cell reports 19 (2), 375-388, 2017
Regulation of transcriptional networks by PKC isozymes: identification of c-Rel as a key transcription factor for PKC-regulated genes
R Garg, MC Caino, MG Kazanietz
PLoS One 8 (6), 2013
Transcriptional regulation of oncogenic protein kinase Cϵ (PKCϵ) by STAT1 and Sp1 proteins
HB Wang, A Gutierrez-Uzquiza, R Garg, L Barrio-Real, MB Abera, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 289 (28), 19823-19838, 2014
COX-2 mediates pro-tumorigenic effects of PKCε in prostate cancer
R Garg, JM Blando, CJ Perez, P Lal, MD Feldman, EM Smyth, E Ricciotti, ...
Oncogene 37 (34), 4735-4749, 2018
Characterization of a P-Rex1 gene signature in breast cancer cells
L Barrio-Real, E Wertheimer, R Garg, MC Abba, MG Kazanietz
Oncotarget 7 (32), 51335, 2016
Dietary curcumin enhances benzo (a) pyrene-induced apoptosis resulting in a decrease in BPDE-DNA adducts in mice
R Garg, G Maru
Journal of Environmental Pathology, Toxicology and Oncology 28 (2), 2009
Characterization of AJH-836, a diacylglycerol-lactone with selectivity for novel PKC isozymes
M Cooke, X Zhou, V Casado-Medrano, C Lopez-Haber, MJ Baker, R Garg, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 293 (22), 8330-8341, 2018
Curcumin-Mediated Cellular Responses in Chemical Carcinogenesis: In Vivo Studies
GB Maru, AG Ramchandani, G Kumar, R Garg
Bioactive foods and extracts, 189-211, 2010
Abstract LB-154: COX-2 as a mediator of oncogenic PKCε in prostate cancer.
R Garg, P Lal, J Blando, FJ Benavides, MD Feldman, EM Smyth, ...
Cancer Research 73 (8 Supplement), LB-154-LB-154, 2013
Oncogenic PKC epsilon and Pten loss converge on activating CXCL13 via atypical NF-kappa B transcriptional signaling in prostate cancer progression
R Garg, J Blando, C Perez, M Abba, F Benavides, M Kazanietz
Abstract LB-230: Oncogenic PKC epsilon and Pten loss converge on activating CXCL13 via atypical NF-κB transcriptional signaling in prostate cancer progression
R Garg, J Blando, C Perez, M Abba, F Benavides, M Kazanietz
Cancer Research 77 (13 Supplement), LB-230-LB-230, 2017
Protein kinase C epsilon is a mediator of KRAS-driven lung tumorigenesis
R Garg, V Kapoor, M Abba, DM Feldser, SM Albelda, MG Kazanietz
Cancer Research 76 (14 Supplement), 5164-5164, 2016
Protein kinase C ε cooperates with Pten deficiency to regulate NF-κB pathway in prostate cancer progression
R Garg, J Blando, CJ Perez, FJ Benavides, MG Kazanietz
Cancer Research 75 (15 Supplement), 799-799, 2015
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