Can I use the HAP1 cell line for my research?
The HAP1 cell line has been applied across a wide range of biological processes, such as DNA damage repair pathway and stress responses, as well as in disease modeling. These selected articles show the broad applicability of the HAP1 cell line, and provide characterization data to help your research.
- Persistence of the mitochondrial permeability transition in the absence of subunit c of human ATP synthase
- Translation of Sindbis Subgenomic mRNA is Independent of eIF2, eIF2A and eIF2DJ
- Stress-specific differences in assembly and composition of stress granules and related foci
- Recycling of Apolipoprotein(a) After PlgRKT-Mediated Endocytosis of Lipoprotein(a)
- The RNA-binding protein Secisbp2 differentially modulates UGA codon reassignment and RNA decay
- The Selenocysteine-Specific Elongation Factor Contains Unique Sequences That Are Required for Both Nuclear Export and Selenocysteine Incorporation
- Dual loss of succinate dehydrogenase (SDH) and complex I activity is necessary to recapitulate the metabolic phenotype of SDH mutant tumors
- Parallel reverse genetic screening in mutant human cells using transcriptomics