2018 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2005 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1994 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Susan Band Horwitz mainly investigates Tubulin, Microtubule, Paclitaxel, Cell biology and Biochemistry. Susan Band Horwitz has included themes like Molecular biology, Biophysics, Vinca alkaloid and Binding site in her Tubulin study. Her Binding site research includes themes of Amino acid and Stereochemistry.
In her study, Cell cycle, A549 cell and Discodermolide is strongly linked to Mitosis, which falls under the umbrella field of Microtubule. The Paclitaxel study combines topics in areas such as Plasma protein binding, Pharmacology, Mechanism of action, GTP' and Drug resistance. Her Cell biology research integrates issues from Cell culture and Colchicine.
Her primary areas of investigation include Microtubule, Tubulin, Biochemistry, Molecular biology and Cell culture. Her Microtubule study contributes to a more complete understanding of Cell biology. Her Tubulin research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Taxane, Microtubule-associated protein, Plasma protein binding, Photoaffinity labeling and GTP'.
Susan Band Horwitz usually deals with Molecular biology and limits it to topics linked to DNA and Camptothecin. She combines subjects such as Phenotype, Multiple drug resistance and Glycoprotein with her study of Cell culture. Her Discodermolide study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cancer research and Eleutherobin.
Her primary scientific interests are in Tubulin, Cancer research, Microtubule, Molecular biology and Discodermolide. Tubulin is a subfield of Cell biology that Susan Band Horwitz studies. Susan Band Horwitz interconnects Cancer cell, Cancer, Protein kinase B, Bioinformatics and Ovarian carcinoma in the investigation of issues within Cancer research.
Her Microtubule research includes elements of Photoaffinity labeling, Biophysics, Biochemistry and Protein subunit. Her research in Molecular biology intersects with topics in Vinblastine, Cell culture, Peptide sequence and Antibody. Her Discodermolide study incorporates themes from Cell, A549 cell, Senescence, Paclitaxel and Ixabepilone.
Her main research concerns Microtubule, Tubulin, Discodermolide, Cell biology and Molecular biology. Her study connects Biophysics and Microtubule. The study incorporates disciplines such as Plasma protein binding, Biochemistry and Binding site in addition to Tubulin.
Susan Band Horwitz studied Discodermolide and Cell that intersect with Molecular Pharmacology, Transcription factor and Cell growth. Her Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computational biology and A549 cell. Her studies in Molecular biology integrate themes in fields like Cancer research, Protein kinase B, Signal transduction and Ovarian carcinoma, Ovarian cancer.
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Promotion of microtubule assembly in vitro by taxol
Peter B. Schiff;Jane Fant;Susan B. Horwitz.
Taxol stabilizes microtubules in mouse fibroblast cells.
Peter B. Schiff;Susan Band Horwitz.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1980)
Mechanism of action of taxol
Susan Band Horwitz.
Trends in Pharmacological Sciences (1992)
Studies With RP 56976 (Taxotere): A Semisynthetic Analogue of Taxol
Israel Ringel;Susan Band Horwitz.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (1991)
Mechanisms of Taxol resistance related to microtubules.
George A Orr;Pascal Verdier-Pinard;Hayley McDaid;Susan Band Horwitz.
Taxol-resistant epithelial ovarian tumors are associated with altered expression of specific beta-tubulin isotypes.
Maria Kavallaris;Dennis Y.S. Kuo;Catherine A. Burkhart;Donna Lee Regl.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (1997)
Taxol: an antimitotic agent with a new mechanism of action
James J. Manfredi;Susan Band Horwitz.
Pharmacology & Therapeutics (1984)
Activated bleomycin. A transient complex of drug, iron, and oxygen that degrades DNA.
R M Burger;J Peisach;S B Horwitz.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1981)
Taxol binds to cellular microtubules.
James J. Manfredi;Jerome Parness;Susan Band Horwitz.
Journal of Cell Biology (1982)
EFFECT OF CHELATING AGENTS AND METAL IONS ON THE DEGRADATION OF DNA BY BLEOMYCIN
Edward A. Sausville;Jack Peisach;Susan B. Horwitz.
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