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    1. Gabrielson, EW; Pinn, ML; Testa, JR; Kuhajda, FP
      Increased fatty acid synthase is a therapeutic target in mesothelioma

      CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
    2. Wang, Y; Kuhajda, FP; Li, JN; Pizer, ES; Han, WF; Sokoll, LJ; Chan, DW
      Fatty acid synthase (FAS) expression in human breast cancer cell culture supernatants and in breast cancer patients

      CANCER LETTERS
    3. Wang, Y; Kuhajda, FP; Sokoll, LJ; Chan, DW
      Two-site ELISA for the quantitative determination of fatty acid synthase

      CLINICA CHIMICA ACTA
    4. Thupari, JN; Pinn, ML; Kuhajda, FP
      Fatty acid synthase inhibition in human breast cancer cells leads to malonyl-CoA-induced inhibition of fatty acid oxidation and cytotoxicity

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    5. Kuhajda, FP
      Fatty-acid synthase and human cancer: New perspectives on its role in tumor biology

      NUTRITION
    6. Loftus, TM; Jaworsky, DE; Frehywot, GL; Townsend, CA; Ronnett, GV; Lane, MD; Kuhajda, FP
      Reduced food intake and body weight in mice treated with fatty acid synthase inhibitors

      SCIENCE
    7. Kuhajda, FP; Pizer, ES; Li, JN; Mani, NS; Frehywot, GL; Townsend, CA
      Synthesis and antitumor activity of an inhibitor of fatty acid synthase

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    8. Pizer, ES; Thupari, J; Han, WF; Pinn, ML; Chrest, FJ; Frehywot, GL; Townsend, CA; Kuhajda, FP
      Malonyl-coenzyme-A is a potential mediator of cytotoxicity induced by fatty-acid synthase inhibition in human breast cancer cells and xenograft

      CANCER RESEARCH
    9. Parrish, NM; Kuhajda, FP; Heine, HS; Bishai, WR; Dick, JD
      Antimycobacterial activity of cerulenin and its effects on lipid biosynthesis

      Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
    10. KADKOL SS; BRODY JR; EPSTEIN JI; KUHAJDA FP; PASTERNACK GR
      NOVEL NUCLEAR PHOSPHOPROTEIN PP32 IS HIGHLY EXPRESSED IN INTERMEDIATE-GRADE AND HIGH-GRADE PROSTATE-CANCER

      The Prostate
    11. LOFTUS TM; KUHAJDA FP; LANE MD
      INSULIN DEPLETION LEADS TO ADIPOSE-SPECIFIC CELL-DEATH IN OBESE BUT NOT LEAN MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    12. PIZER ES; LAX SF; KUHAJDA FP; PASTERNACK GR; KURMAN RJ
      FATTY-ACID SYNTHASE EXPRESSION IN ENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMA - CORRELATIONWITH CELL-PROLIFERATION AND HORMONE RECEPTORS

      Cancer
    13. MILGRAUM LZ; WITTERS LA; PASTERNACK GR; KUHAJDA FP
      ENZYMES OF THE FATTY-ACID SYNTHESIS PATHWAY ARE HIGHLY EXPRESSED IN IN-SITU BREAST-CARCINOMA

      Clinical cancer research
    14. PIZER ES; KURMAN RJ; PASTERNACK GR; KUHAJDA FP
      EXPRESSION OF FATTY-ACID SYNTHASE IS CLOSELY LINKED TO PROLIFERATION AND STROMAL DECIDUALIZATION IN CYCLING ENDOMETRIUM

      International journal of gynecological pathology
    15. MANDRUP S; LOFTUS TM; MACDOUGALD OA; KUHAJDA FP; LANE MD
      OBESE GENE-EXPRESSION AT IN-VIVO LEVELS BY FAT PADS DERIVED FROM SC IMPLANTED 3T3-F442A PREADIPOCYTES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    16. RASHID A; PIZER ES; MOGA M; MILGRAUM LZ; ZAHURAK M; PASTERNACK GR; KUHAJDA FP; HAMILTON SR
      ELEVATED EXPRESSION OF FATTY-ACID SYNTHASE AND FATTY-ACID SYNTHETIC ACTIVITY IN COLORECTAL NEOPLASIA

      The American journal of pathology
    17. CHEN TH; BRODY JR; ROMANTSEV RE; YU JG; KAYLER AE; VONEIFF E; KUHAJDA FP; PASTERNACK GR
      STRUCTURE OF PP32, AN ACIDIC NUCLEAR-PROTEIN WHICH INHIBITS ONCOGENE-INDUCED FORMATION OF TRANSFORMED FOCI

      Molecular biology of the cell
    18. BRODY JR; REBEL JM; KADKOL SS; KUHAJDA FP; PASTERNACK GR
      IDENTIFICATION OF PP32 SEQUENCES INHIBITING ONCOGENE-MEDIATED TRANSFORMATION

      Molecular biology of the cell
    19. REBEL JMJ; KADKOL SS; BRODY JR; ROMANTSEV FE; CHEN TH; KUHAJDA FP; PASTERNACK GR
      REGULATION OF NUCLEAR PHOSPHOPROTEIN PP32 EXPRESSION DURING EMBRYOGENESIS AND DIFFERENTIATION

      Molecular biology of the cell
    20. GUSEV Y; ROMANTSEV FE; CHEN TTH; KAYLER AE; KUHAJDA FP; DOOLEY WC; PASTERNACK GR
      PP32 OVEREXPRESSION INDUCES NUCLEAR PLEOMORPHISM IN RAT PROSTATIC-CARCINOMA CELLS

      Cell proliferation
    21. MILGRAUM LZ; WITTERS LA; PASTERNACK GR; KUHAJDA FP
      THE ENZYMES OF FATTY-ACID SYNTHESIS IN BREAST EPITHELIUM - INCREASED EXPRESSION OCCURS AS AN EARLY EVENT IN BREAST-CANCER PROGRESSION

      Laboratory investigation
    22. PIZER ES; KURMAN RJ; PASTERNACK GR; KUHAJDA FP
      FATTY-ACID SYNTHASE EXPRESSION - CORRELATION WITH HORMONE RECEPTORS AND CELL-PROLIFERATION IN ENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMA

      Laboratory investigation
    23. PIZER ES; KURMAN RJ; PASTERNACK GR; KUHAJDA FP
      FATTY-ACID SYNTHASE EXPRESSION IS CLOSELY LINKED TO CELL-PROLIFERATION IN TROPHOBLAST AND FETAL TISSUES

      Laboratory investigation
    24. PIZER ES; WOOD FD; HEINE HS; ROMANTSEV FE; PASTERNACK GR; KUHAJDA FP
      INHIBITION OF FATTY-ACID SYNTHESIS DELAYS DISEASE PROGRESSION IN A XENOGRAFT MODEL OF OVARIAN-CANCER

      Cancer research
    25. PIZER ES; WOOD FD; PASTERNACK GR; KUHAJDA FP
      FATTY-ACID SYNTHASE (FAS) - A TARGET FOR CYTOTOXIC ANTIMETABOLITES INHL-60 PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA-CELLS

      Cancer research
    26. PIZER ES; JACKISCH C; WOOD FD; PASTERNACK GR; DAVIDSON NE; KUHAJDA FP
      INHIBITION OF FATTY-ACID SYNTHESIS INDUCES PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH IN HUMAN BREAST-CANCER CELLS

      Cancer research
    27. PIZER ES; WOOD FD; PASTERNACK GR; KUHAJDA FP
      ALTERED FATTY-ACID BIOSYNTHESIS IN ENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMA

      Laboratory investigation
    28. KUHAJDA FP; JENNER K; WOOD FD; HENNIGAR RA; JACOBS LB; DICK JD; PASTERNACK GR
      FATTY-ACID SYNTHESIS - A POTENTIAL SELECTIVE TARGET FOR ANTINEOPLASTIC THERAPY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America


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