Bibliographical noteThe authors wish to thank the staff of the CRUK Beatson Institute Biological Services Unit for animal husbandry and assistance with in vivo experiments; the staff of the CRUK BI Histology core facility and William Clark of the NGS core facility; David McGarry, Rene Jackstadt, Jiska Van der Reest, Justin Bower and Heather McKinnon for many helpful discussions, and countless colleagues
at the CRUK BI and Glasgow Institute of Cancer Sciences for support; Prem Premsrirut & Mirimus Inc. for design and generation of dox-inducible Nuak1 shRNA expressing mice Nathanael Gray for initial provision of NUAK1 inhibitors. Funding was provided by the University of Glasgow and the CRUK Beaton Institute. J.P. was supported by European Commission Marie Curie actions C.I.G.
618448 “SERPLUC” to D.J.M.; N.M. was supported through Worldwide Cancer (formerly AICR) grant 15-0279 to O.J.S. & D.J.M.; B.K. was funded through EC Marie Curie actions mobility award 705190 “NuSiCC”; T.M. was funded through British Lung Foundation grant APHD13-5. The laboratories of S.R.Z. (A12935), O.J.S. (A21139) and M.D. (A17096) are funded by Cancer Research UK. O.J.S. was additionally supported by European Research Council grant 311301 “ColoCan”.
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