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    1. Islam, MQ
      Structural break, unit root, and the causality between government expenditures and revenues

      APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS
    2. Gao, X; Islam, MQ
      A gene on pig chromosome 14 suppresses cellular anchorage independence of the mouse cell line GM05267

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    3. Eklund, LK; Islam, K; Soderkvist, P; Islam, MQ
      Regional mapping of suppressor loci for anchorage independence and tumorigenicity on human chromosome 9

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    4. Islam, MQ; Islam, K
      Suppressor genes for malignant and anchorage-independent phenotypes located on human chromosome 9 have no dosage effects

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    5. Islam, MQ; Islam, K
      Evidence for suppression of cellular growth in vitro and selection againstthe indigenous mouse X chromosome in A9 cell hybrids after microcell-mediated transfer of an X from other mammalian species

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    6. Islam, MQ; Islam, K
      A new functional classification of tumor-suppressing genes and its therapeutic implications

      BIOESSAYS
    7. Islam, MQ; Islam, K
      Lack of tumor suppression but induced loss of copies of indigenous chromosome 10 in vitro following microcell-mediated transfer of a deleted human der(9)t(X;9) chromosome to Syrian hamster BHK-191-5C cells

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    8. VANDAM CJ; BECKER KM; NDOWA F; ISLAM MQ
      SYNDROMIC APPROACH TO STD CASE-MANAGEMENT - WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE

      SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
    9. Islam, MQ
      Intertemporally dependent preferences and the welfare cost of capital income taxation

      INTERNATIONAL TAX AND PUBLIC FINANCE
    10. Islam, MQ; Hambright, P
      Lithium complexes and the kinetics of interactions of zinc ions with tetra(N-methyl-4-pyridyl)porphyrins in basic solution

      TRANSITION METAL CHEMISTRY
    11. MIGGINS M; FETTINGER JC; ISLAM MQ; KNIGHT DA
      SPECTROSCOPIC EVIDENCE FOR HEMILABILE BEHAVIOR IN A BETA-KETOPHOSPHONATE COMPLEX OF MOLYBDENUM(VI)

      Synthesis and reactivity in inorganic and metal-organic chemistry
    12. ISLAM MQ; ISLAM K; LEVAN G; HORVATH G
      MONOCHROMOSOME TRANSFERS TO SYRIAN-HAMSTER BHK CELLS VIA MICROCELL FUSION PROVIDE FUNCTIONAL EVIDENCE FOR SUPPRESSOR GENES ON HUMAN-CHROMOSOME-9 BOTH FOR ANCHORAGE INDEPENDENCE AND FOR TUMORIGENICITY

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    13. ISLAM K; ISLAM MQ; LEVAN G
      ASSIGNMENT OF THE GENE CODING FOR HPRT ENZYME TO SYRIAN-HAMSTER X-CHROMOSOME BY MICROCELL FUSION

      Mammalian genome
    14. ISLAM MQ; FANG G; ISLAM K; LEVAN G
      ASSIGNMENT OF 3 LOCI - TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR-PROTEIN-53 (TP53), RETINOIC-ACID-RECEPTOR-A (RARA), COLLAGEN-1A1 (COL1A1) TO SYRIAN-HAMSTER CHROMOSOME-9 - EVIDENCE THAT THIS CHROMOSOME IS HOMOLOGOUS WITH HUMAN CHROMOSOME-17, MOUSE CHROMOSOME-11, AND RAT CHROMOSOME-10

      Mammalian genome
    15. ISLAM MQ
      CONSUMPTION PATH-FOLLOWING A TAX INCREASE - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF THE WELFARE COST OF TAXATION

      Economics letters
    16. ISLAM MQ; ISLAM AKMS
      THE AERODYNAMIC PERFORMANCE OF A HORIZONTAL-AXIS WIND TURBINE CALCULATED BY STRIP THEORY AND CASCADE THEORY

      JSME international journal. Series B, fluids and thermal engineering
    17. ISLAM K; ISLAM MQ
      ASSIGNMENT OF TK1 ENCODING THYMIDINE KINASE TO SYRIAN-HAMSTER CHROMOSOME-9 BY MICROCELL-MEDIATED CHROMOSOME TRANSFER

      Cytogenetics and cell genetics
    18. PIOT P; ISLAM MQ
      SEXUALLY-TRANSMITTED DISEASES IN THE 1990S - GLOBAL EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CHALLENGES FOR CONTROL

      Sexually transmitted diseases
    19. LEVINE WC; BERG AO; JOHNSON RE; ROLFS RT; STONE KM; HOOK EW; HANDSFIELD HH; HOLMES KK; ISLAM MQ; PIOT P; BRADY WE; SCHMID GP; BRANSON BM; BECHER JA; BERMAN SM; BROWN ST; EFFLER PV; HIGGINS DL; JOESOEF R; KAMB ML; KASSLER WJ; MORAN JS; MACKAY HT; PETERMAN TA; PETERSON HB; PINNER RW; REEF SE; SCHULTE J; WEBER JT; HOLMES K; CHITWARAKORN A; DALLABETTA G; FRANSEN L; FOUMBI J; GROSSKURTH H; GUERRERO E; HART G; HALL R; LIND I; MABEY D; NDOYE I; PAAVONEN J; ROSEBERRY W; STOLZ E
      DEVELOPMENT OF SEXUALLY-TRANSMITTED DISEASES TREATMENT GUIDELINES, 1993 - NEW METHODS, RECOMMENDATIONS, AND RESEARCH PRIORITIES

      Sexually transmitted diseases
    20. WISIANNEILSON P; HUANG LM; ISLAM MQ; CRANE RA
      SYNTHESIS OF POLY(ALKYL ARYLPHOSPHAZENE)S WITH ESTER SUBSTITUENTS/

      Polymer
    21. ISLAM MQ
      MASS-SPECTRAL STUDIES ON QUADRUPLY BONDED MOLYBDENUM COMPLEXES, MO2(S2PF2)4 AND MO2(S2PME2)4

      Indian journal of chemistry. Sect. A: Inorganic, physical, theoretical & analytical
    22. ISLAM MQ
      TAX INCIDENCE WITH VARIABLE LABOR SUPPLY

      Public finance quarterly


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