Catalogo Articoli (Spogli Riviste)

HELP
ATTENZIONE: attualmente gli articoli Current Contents (fonte ISI) a partire dall'anno 2002 sono consultabili sulla Risorsa On-Line

Le informazioni sugli articoli di fonte ISI sono coperte da copyright

La ricerca find articoli where authors phrase all words ' HUPP TR' sort by level,fasc_key/DESCEND, pagina_ini_num/ASCEND ha restituito 40 riferimenti
Selezionare un intervallo

Per ulteriori informazioni selezionare i riferimenti di interesse.

    1. Dornan, D; Hupp, TR
      Inhibition of p53-dependent transcription by BOX-I phospho-peptide mimetics that bind to p300

      EMBO REPORTS
    2. Blaydes, JP; Luciani, MG; Pospisilova, S; Ball, HML; Vojtesek, B; Hupp, TR
      Stoichiometric phosphorylation of human p53 at Ser(315) stimulates p53-dependent transcription

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    3. Yagui-Beltran, A; Craig, AL; Lawrie, L; Thompson, D; Pospisilova, S; Johnston, D; Kernohan, N; Hopwood, D; Dillon, JF; Hupp, TR
      The human oesophageal squamous epithelium exhibits a novel type of heat shock protein response

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Ball, HML; Hupp, TR; Ziyaie, D; Purdie, CA; Kernohan, NM; Thompson, AM
      Differential p53 protein expression in breast cancer fine needle aspirates: the potential for in vivo monitoring

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    5. Ziyaie, D; Hupp, TR; Thompson, AM
      p53 and breast cancer

      BREAST
    6. Blaydes, JP; Craig, AL; Wallace, M; Ball, HML; Traynor, NJ; Gibbs, NK; Hupp, TR
      Synergistic activation of p53-dependent transcription by two cooperating damage recognition pathways

      ONCOGENE
    7. Hupp, TR; Lane, DP; Ball, KL
      Strategies for manipulating the p53 pathway in the treatment of human cancer

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    8. Luciani, MG; Hutchins, JRA; Zheleva, D; Hupp, TR
      The C-terminal regulatory domain of p53 contains a functional docking sitefor cyclin A

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Burch, LR; Midgley, CA; Currie, RA; Lane, DP; Hupp, TR
      Mdm2 binding to a conformationally sensitive domain on p53 can be modulated by RNA

      FEBS LETTERS
    10. Blaydes, JP; Vojtesek, B; Bloomberg, GB; Hupp, TR
      The development and use of phospho-specific antibodies to study protein phosphorylation

      STRESS RESPONSE
    11. Hupp, TR
      Development of physiological models to study stress protein responses

      STRESS RESPONSE
    12. Hupp, TR
      Regulation of p53 protein function through alterations in protein-folding pathways

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    13. Craig, AL; Blaydes, JP; Burch, LR; Thompson, AM; Hupp, TR
      Dephosphorylation of p53 at Ser20 after cellular exposure to low levels ofnon-ionizing radiation

      ONCOGENE
    14. Craig, AL; Burch, L; Vojtesek, B; Mikutowska, J; Thompson, A; Hupp, TR
      Novel phosphorylation sites of human tumour suppressor protein p53 at Ser(20) and Thr(18) that disrupt the binding of mdm2 (mouse double minute 2) protein are modified in human cancers

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    15. Cohen, PA; Hupp, TR; Lane, DP; Daniels, DA
      Biochemical characterization of different conformational states of the Sf9cell-purified p53His175 mutant protein

      FEBS LETTERS
    16. MacCallum, DE; Hupp, TR
      Induction of p53 protein as a marker for ionizing radiation exposure in vivo

      DNA REPAIR PROTOCOLS
    17. Blaydes, JP; Sparks, A; Hupp, TR
      Activation of p53 protein function in response to cellular irradiation

      DNA REPAIR PROTOCOLS
    18. BLAYDES JP; HUPP TR
      DNA-DAMAGE TRIGGERS DRB-RESISTANT PHOSPHORYLATION OF HUMAN P53 AT THECK2 SITE

      Oncogene
    19. LOMAX ME; BARNES DM; HUPP TR; PICKSLEY SM; CAMPLEJOHN RS
      CHARACTERIZATION OF P53 OLIGOMERIZATION DOMAIN MUTATIONS ISOLATED FROM LI-FRAUMENI AND LI-FRAUMENI LIKE FAMILY MEMBERS

      Oncogene
    20. AXFORD S; HUPP TR; VOJTESEK B; ROSS PE; REYNOLDS N; SCOBIE G; HOPWOOD D
      SEP-70 A NOVEL ESOPHAGEAL MUCOSAL HEAT-SHOCK (STRESS) PROTEIN - ITS DISTRIBUTION IN NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL TISSUES

      Journal of pathology
    21. HUPP TR
      STRESS PROTEIN RESPONSE IN HUMAN ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM MAY BE INFLUENCED BY THE EX-VIVO CULTURE TECHNIQUE - REPLY

      Gut
    22. PALECEK E; VLK D; STANKOVA V; BRAZDA V; VOJTESEK B; HUPP TR; SCHAPER A; JOVIN TM
      TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR PROTEIN P53 BINDS PREFERENTIALLY TO SUPERCOILED DNA

      Oncogene
    23. FOURIE AM; HUPP TR; LANE DP; SANG BC; BARBOSA MS; SAMBROOK JF; GETHING MJH
      HSP70 BINDING-SITES IN THE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR PROTEIN P53

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    24. HOPWOOD D; MOITRA S; VOJTESEK B; JOHNSTON DA; DILLON JF; HUPP TR
      BIOCHEMICAL-ANALYSIS OF THE STRESS PROTEIN RESPONSE IN HUMAN ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIUM

      Gut
    25. HOPWOOD D; HUPP TR; REYNOLDS N; JOHNSTON DA; DILLON JF
      ESOPHAGEAL HEAT-SHOCK-PROTEIN P70 - ITS IMMUNOCHEMICAL DISTRIBUTION AND THE EFFECT OF ANOXIC STRESS

      Gut
    26. MACCALLUM DE; HUPP TR; MIDGLEY CA; STUART D; CAMPBELL SJ; HARPER A; WALSH FS; WRIGHT EG; BALMAIN A; LANE DP; HALL PA
      THE P53 RESPONSE TO IONIZING-RADIATION IN ADULT AND DEVELOPING MURINETISSUES

      Oncogene
    27. KERNOHAN NM; HUPP TR; LANE DP
      MODIFICATION OF AN N-TERMINAL REGULATORY DOMAIN OF T-ANTIGEN RESTORESP53-T ANTIGEN COMPLEX-FORMATION IN THE ABSENCE OF AN ESSENTIAL METAL-ION COFACTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    28. HANSEN S; HUPP TR; LANE DP
      ALLOSTERIC REGULATION OF THE THERMOSTABILITY AND DNA-BINDING ACTIVITYOF HUMAN P53 BY SPECIFIC INTERACTING PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    29. HANSEN S; MIDGLEY CA; LANE DP; FREEMAN BC; MORIMOTO RI; HUPP TR
      MODIFICATION OF 2 DISTINCT COOH-TERMINAL DOMAINS IS REQUIRED FOR MURINE P53 ACTIVATION BY BACTERIAL HSP70

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    30. MARSZALEK J; ZHANG WG; HUPP TR; MARGULIES C; CARR KM; CHERRY S; KAGUNI JM
      DOMAINS OF DNAA PROTEIN INVOLVED IN INTERACTION WITH DNAB PROTEIN, AND IN UNWINDING THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI CHROMOSOMAL ORIGIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. LANE DP; MIDGLEY CA; HUPP TR; LU X; VOJTESEK B; PICKSLEY SM
      ON THE REGULATION OF THE P53 TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR, AND ITS ROLE IN THE CELLULAR-RESPONSE TO DNA-DAMAGE

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    32. HUPP TR; SPARKS A; LANE DP
      SMALL PEPTIDES ACTIVATE THE LATENT SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC DNA-BINDING FUNCTION OF P53

      Cell
    33. HUPP TR; LANE DP
      2 DISTINCT SIGNALING PATHWAYS ACTIVATE THE LATENT DNA-BINDING FUNCTION OF P53 IN A CASEIN KINASE-II-INDEPENDENT MANNER

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    34. HUPP TR; LANE DP
      ALLOSTERIC ACTIVATION OF LATENT P53 TETRAMERS

      Current biology
    35. HUPP TR; KEASLING JD; COOPER S; KAGUNI JM
      SYNTHESIS OF DNAK PROTEIN DURING THE DIVISION CYCLE OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Research in microbiology
    36. HUPP TR; LANE DP
      REGULATION OF THE CRYPTIC SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC DNA-BINDING FUNCTION OF P53 BY PROTEIN-KINASES

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    37. HUPP TR; MEEK DW; MIDGLEY CA; LANE DP
      ACTIVATION OF THE CRYPTIC DNA-BINDING FUNCTION OF MUTANT FORMS OF P53

      Nucleic acids research
    38. HUPP TR; KAGUNI JM
      DNAA5 PROTEIN IS THERMOLABILE IN INITIATION OF REPLICATION FROM THE CHROMOSOMAL ORIGIN OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. HUPP TR; KAGUNI JM
      ACTIVATION OF DNAA5 PROTEIN BY GRPE AND DNAK HEAT-SHOCK PROTEINS IN INITIATION OF DNA-REPLICATION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    40. HUPP TR; KAGUNI JM
      ACTIVATION OF MUTANT FORMS OF DNAA PROTEIN OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI BY DNAK AND GRPE PROTEINS OCCURS PRIOR TO DNA-REPLICATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry


ASDD Area Sistemi Dipartimentali e Documentali, Università di Bologna, Catalogo delle riviste ed altri periodici
Documento generato il 25/10/20 alle ore 01:54:54