Nune Markosyan
Nune Markosyan
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Lack of immunoediting in murine pancreatic cancer reversed with neoantigen
RA Evans, MS Diamond, AJ Rech, T Chao, MW Richardson, JH Lin, ...
JCI insight 1 (14), 2016
662016
Myeloid Cell COX-2 deletion reduces mammary tumor growth through enhanced cytotoxic T-lymphocyte function
EP Chen, N Markosyan, E Connolly, JA Lawson, X Li, GR Grant, ...
Carcinogenesis 35 (8), 1788-1797, 2014
422014
Deletion of cyclooxygenase 2 in mouse mammary epithelial cells delays breast cancer onset through augmentation of type 1 immune responses in tumors
N Markosyan, EP Chen, VN Ndong, Y Yao, CJ Sterner, LA Chodosh, ...
Carcinogenesis 32 (10), 1441-1449, 2011
422011
Prostaglandin E2 acts via multiple receptors to regulate plasminogen-dependent proteolysis in the primate periovulatory follicle
N Markosyan, DM Duffy
Endocrinology 150 (1), 435-444, 2009
412009
Mammary Carcinoma Cell Derived Cyclooxygenase 2 Suppresses Tumor Immune Surveillanceby Enhancing Intratumoral Immune Checkpoint Activity
N Markosyan, EP Chen, RA Evans, V Ndong, RH Vonderheide, EM Smyth
Breast Cancer Research 15 (5), 1-13, 2013
372013
Primate granulosa cell response via prostaglandin E2 receptors increases late in the periovulatory interval
N Markosyan, BL Dozier, FA Lattanzio, DM Duffy
Biology of reproduction 75 (6), 868-876, 2006
252006
Tumor cell–intrinsic EPHA2 suppresses antitumor immunity by regulating PTGS2 (COX-2)
N Markosyan, J Li, YH Sun, LP Richman, JH Lin, F Yan, L Quinones, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 129 (9), 2019
162019
Estrogen promotes luteolysis by redistributing prostaglandin F2α receptors within primate luteal cells
SO Kim, N Markosyan, GJ Pepe, DM Duffy
Reproduction (Cambridge, England) 149 (5), 453, 2015
112015
Heterodimerization with the prostacyclin receptor triggers thromboxane receptor relocation to lipid rafts
S Ibrahim, A McCartney, N Markosyan, EM Smyth
Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology 33 (1), 60-66, 2013
112013
Targeting COX-2 abrogates mammary tumorigenesis: Breaking cancer-associated suppression of immunosurveillance
N Markosyan, EP Chen, EM Smyth
Oncoimmunology 3 (6), e29287, 2014
82014
Targeting COX-2 abrogates mammary tumorigenesis.
N Markosyan, EP Chen, EM Smyth
OncoImmunology 3 (6), 2014
12014
Abstract B33: Tumor cell-intrinsic EPHA2 suppresses antitumor immunity by regulating PTGS2 (COX-2) in pancreatic adenocarcinoma
N Markosyan, J Li, Y Sun, L Richman, J Lin, F Yan, L Quinones, Y Sela, ...
Cancer Research 79 (24 Supplement), B33-B33, 2019
2019
Abstract A28: Investigation of tumor-cell-intrinsic factors regulating immune infiltration and response to immunotherapy in pancreatic cancer
J Li, KT Byrne, N Markosyan, T Yamazoe, F Yan, Z Chen, YH Sun, J Lin, ...
Cancer Research 79 (24 Supplement), A28-A28, 2019
2019
Investigation of tumor-cell-intrinsic factors regulating immune infiltration and response to immunotherapy in pancreatic cancer
J Li, KT Byrne, N Markosyan, T Yamazoe, F Yan, Z Chen, YH Sun, J Lin, ...
CANCER RESEARCH 79 (24), 2019
2019
Abstract A094: mPGES1 deletion increases tumor susceptibility to immune suppression
N Markosyan, A Rech, R Vonderheide
Cancer Immunology Research 4 (11 Supplement), A094-A094, 2016
2016
mPGES1 deletion and the mechanisms of tumor growth suppression
N Markosyan, A Rech, RH Vonderheide, GA FitzGerald, EM Smyth
Cancer Research 75 (15 Supplement), 469-469, 2015
2015
Deletion of mammary epithelial mPGES1 suppresses tumor development in mice: a possible effect of substrate re-diversion
N Markosyan, EM Smyth
Cancer Research 74 (19 Supplement), 928-928, 2014
2014
Abstract A71: HER2/neu oncogene induced tumors in mammary epithelial cell COX-2 deficient mice have disease delaying modifications of tumor microenvironment.
N Markosyan, C Edward, V Ndong, E Smyth
Cancer Research 73 (1 Supplement), A71-A71, 2013
2013
HER2/neu oncogene induced tumors in mammary epithelial cell COX-2 deficient mice have disease delaying modifications of tumor microenvironment
N Markosyan, EP Chen, VN Ndong, EM Smyth
Cancer Research 72 (8 Supplement), 311-311, 2012
2012
Prostaglandin F2alpha Receptors (FP) in Human Granulosa-Lutein Cells: Acquisition of Function During Transition from Granulosa to Luteal Cell Phenotype.
SO Kim, N Markosyan, LC Aschenbach, DM Duffy
Biology of Reproduction 85 (Suppl_1), 757-757, 2011
2011
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