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    1. Perlman, R; Schiemann, WP; Brooks, MW; Lodish, HF; Weinberg, RA
      TGF-beta-induced apoptosis is mediated by the adapter protein Daxx that facilitates JNK activation

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    2. Constantinescu, SN; Huang, LJS; Nam, HS; Lodish, HF
      The erythropoietin receptor cytosolic juxtamembrane domain contains an essential, precisely oriented, hydrophobic motif

      MOLECULAR CELL
    3. Stahl, A; Gimeno, RE; Tartaglia, LA; Lodish, HF
      Fatty acid transport proteins: a current view of a growing family

      TRENDS IN ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    4. Bogan, JS; Mckee, AE; Lodish, HF
      Insulin-responsive compartments containing GLUT4 in 3T3-L1 and CHO cells: Regulation by amino acid concentrations

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Constantinescu, SN; Keren, T; Socolovsky, M; Nam, HS; Henis, YI; Lodish, HF
      Ligand-independent oligomerization of cell-surface erythropoietin receptoris mediated by the transmembrane domain

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    6. Fruebis, J; Tsao, TS; Javorschi, S; Ebbets-Reed, D; Erickson, MRS; Yen, FT; Bihain, BE; Lodish, HF
      Proteolytic cleavage product of 30-kDa adipocyte complement-related protein increases fatty acid oxidation in muscle and causes weight loss in mice

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    7. Blobe, GC; Liu, XD; Fang, SJJ; How, T; Lodish, HF
      A novel mechanism for regulating transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta) signaling - Functional modulation of type III TGF-beta receptor expression through interaction with the PDZ domain protein, GIPC

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Xiao, Z; Watson, N; Rodriguez, C; Lodish, HF
      Nucleocytoplasmic shuttling of Smad1 conferred by its nuclear localizationand nuclear export signals

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Rodriguez, C; Huang, LJS; Son, JK; McKee, A; Xiao, Z; Lodish, HF
      Functional cloning of the proto-oncogene brain factor-1 (BF-1) as a smad-binding antagonist of transforming growth factor-beta signaling

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Blobe, GC; Schiemann, WP; Pepin, MC; Beauchemin, M; Moustakas, A; Lodish, HF; O'Connor-McCourt, MD
      Functional roles for the cytoplasmic domain of the type III transforming growth factor beta receptor in regulating transforming growth factor beta signaling

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Socolovsky, M; Nam, H; Fleming, MD; Haase, VH; Brugnara, C; Lodish, HF
      Ineffective erythropoiesis in Stat5a(-/-)5b(-/-) mice due to decreased survival of early erythroblasts

      BLOOD
    12. Ghaffari, S; Kitidis, C; Fleming, MD; Neubauer, H; Pfeffer, K; Lodish, HF
      Erythropoiesis in the absence of janus-kinase 2: BCR-ABL induces red cell formation in JAK2(-/-) hematopoietic progenitors

      BLOOD
    13. Pandey, A; Ozaki, K; Baumann, H; Levin, SD; Puel, A; Farr, AG; Ziegler, SF; Leonard, WJ; Lodish, HF
      Cloning of a receptor subunit required for signaling by thymic stromal lymphopoietin

      NATURE IMMUNOLOGY
    14. Liu, XD; Sun, Y; Ehrlich, M; Lu, T; Kloog, Y; Weinberg, RA; Lodish, HF; Henis, YI
      Disruption of TGF-beta growth inhibition hy oncogenic ras is linked to p27(Kip1) mislocalization

      ONCOGENE
    15. Blobe, GC; Schiemann, WP; Lodish, HF
      Mechanisms of disease: Role of transforming growth factor beta in human disease.

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    16. Xiao, Z; Liu, XD; Henis, YI; Lodish, HF
      A distinct nuclear localization signal in the N terminus of Smad 3 determines its ligand-induced nuclear translocation

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    17. Pandey, A; Podtelejnikov, AV; Blagoev, B; Bustelo, XR; Mann, M; Lodish, HF
      Analysis of receptor signaling pathways by mass spectrometry: Identification of Vav-2 as a substrate of the epidermal and platelet-derived growth factor receptors

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    18. Chi, NW; Lodish, HF
      Tankyrase is a Golgi-associated mitogen-activated protein kinase substratethat interacts with IRAP in GLUT4 vesicles

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Pandey, A; Fernandez, MM; Steen, H; Blagoev, B; Nielsen, MM; Roche, S; Mann, M; Lodish, HF
      Identification of a novel immunoreceptor tyrosine-based activation motif-containing molecule, STAM2, by mass spectrometry and its involvement in growth factor and cytokine receptor signaling pathways

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Yamamura, Y; Hua, XX; Bergelson, S; Lodish, HF
      Critical role of Smads and AP-1 complex in transforming growth factor-beta-dependent apoptosis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    21. Hua, XX; Miller, ZA; Benchabane, H; Wrana, JL; Lodish, HF
      Synergism between transcription factors TFE3 and Smad3 in transforming growth factor-beta-induced transcription of the Smad7 gene

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    22. Xiao, Z; Liu, XD; Lodish, HF
      Importin beta mediates nuclear translocation of Smad 3

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Brooks, CC; Scherer, PE; Cleveland, K; Whittemore, JL; Lodish, HF; Cheatham, B
      Pantophysin is a phosphoprotein component of adipocyte transport vesicles and associates with GLUT4-containing vesicles

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Liu, XD; Constantinescu, SN; Sun, Y; Bogan, JS; Hirsch, D; Weinberg, RA; Lodish, HF
      Generation of mammalian cells stably expressing multiple genes at predetermined levels

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    25. Sun, Y; Liu, XD; Eaton, EN; Lane, WS; Lodish, HF; Weinberg, RA
      Interaction of the Ski oncoprotein with Smad3 regulates TGF-beta signaling

      MOLECULAR CELL
    26. Stahl, A; Hirsch, DJ; Gimeno, RE; Punreddy, S; Ge, P; Watson, N; Patel, S; Kotler, M; Raimondi, A; Tartaglia, LA; Lodish, HF
      Identification of the major intestinal fatty acid transport protein

      MOLECULAR CELL
    27. Constantinescu, SN; Ghaffari, S; Lodish, HF
      The erythropoietin receptor: Structure, activation and intracellular signal transduction

      TRENDS IN ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    28. Ghaffari, S; Daley, GQ; Lodish, HF
      Growth factor independence and BCR/ABL transformation: promise and pitfalls of murine model systems and assays

      LEUKEMIA
    29. Constantinescu, SN; Liu, XD; Beyer, W; Fallon, A; Shekar, S; Henis, YI; Smith, SO; Lodish, HF
      Activation of the erythropoietin receptor by the gp55-P viral envelope protein is determined by a single amino acid in its transmembrane domain

      EMBO JOURNAL
    30. Socolovsky, M; Fallon, AEJ; Wang, S; Brugnara, C; Lodish, HF
      Fetal anemia and apoptosis of red cell progenitors in Stat5a(-/-)5b(-/-) mice: A direct role for Stat5 in Bcl-X-L induction

      CELL
    31. Socolovsky, M; Constantinescu, SN; Bergelson, S; Sirotkin, A; Lodish, HF
      Cytokines in hematopoiesis: Specificity and redundancy in receptor function

      CYTOKINES
    32. Chatterton, JE; Hirsch, D; Schwartz, JJ; Bickel, PE; Rosenberg, RD; Lodish, HF; Krieger, M
      Expression cloning of LDLB, a gene essential for normal Golgi function andassembly of the 1d1Cp complex

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    33. Hua, XX; Miller, ZA; Wu, G; Shi, YG; Lodish, HF
      Specificity in transforming growth factor beta-induced transcription of the plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 gene: Interactions of promoter DNA, transcription factor mu E3, and Smad proteins

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    34. Ghaffari, S; Wu, H; Gerlach, M; Han, Y; Lodish, HF; Daley, GQ
      BCR-ABL and v-SRC tyrosine kinase oncoproteins support normal erythroid development in erythropoietin receptor-deficient progenitor cells

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    35. Sun, Y; Liu, XD; Ng-Eaton, E; Lodish, HF; Weinberg, RA
      SnoN and Ski protooncoproteins ave rapidly degraded in response to transforming growth factor beta signaling

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    36. Bogan, JS; Lodish, HF
      Two compartments for insulin-stimulated exocytosis in 3T3-L1 adipocytes defined by endogenous ACRP30 and GLUT4

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    37. Wells, RG; Gilboa, L; Sun, Y; Liu, XD; Henis, YI; Lodish, HF
      Transforming growth factor-beta induces formation of a dithiothreitol-resistant type I type II receptor complex in live cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    38. Schiemann, WP; Pfeifer, WM; Levi, E; Kadin, ME; Lodish, HF
      A deletion in the gene for transforming growth factor beta type I receptorabolishes growth regulation by transforming growth factor beta in a cutaneous T-cell lymphoma

      BLOOD
    39. SCHERER PE; BICKEL PE; KOTLER M; LODISH HF
      CLONING OF CELL-SPECIFIC SECRETED AND SURFACE-PROTEINS BY SUBTRACTIVEANTIBODY SCREENING

      Nature biotechnology
    40. HUA XX; LIU XD; ANSARI DO; LODISH HF
      SYNERGISTIC COOPERATION OF TFE3 AND SMAD PROTEINS IN TGF-BETA-INDUCEDTRANSCRIPTION OF THE PLASMINOGEN-ACTIVATOR INHIBITOR-1 GENE

      Genes & development
    41. RODRIGUEZ C; LODISH HF
      ENHANCED EFFICIENCY OF CLONING FACS(R)-SORTED MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      BioTechniques
    42. HIRSCH D; STAHL A; LODISH HF
      A FAMILY OF FATTY-ACID TRANSPORTERS CONSERVED FROM MYCOBACTERIUM TO MAN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. SOCOLOVSKY M; LODISH HF; DALEY GQ
      CONTROL OF HEMATOPOIETIC DIFFERENTIATION - LACK OF SPECIFICITY IN SIGNALING BY CYTOKINE RECEPTORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    44. GILBOA L; WELLS RG; LODISH HF; HENIS YI
      OLIGOMERIC STRUCTURE OF TYPE-I AND TYPE-II TRANSFORMING-GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA RECEPTORS - HOMODIMERS FORM IN THE ER AND PERSIST AT THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE

      The Journal of cell biology
    45. BRINK R; LODISH HF
      TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR RECEPTOR (TNFR)-ASSOCIATED FACTOR 2A (TRAF2A), A TRAF2 SPLICE VARIANT WITH AN EXTENDED RING FINGER DOMAIN THAT INHIBITS TNFR2-MEDIATED NF-KAPPA-B ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    46. BERGELSON S; KLINGMULLER U; SOCOLOVSKY M; HSIAO JG; LODISH HF
      TYROSINE RESIDUES WITHIN THE INTRACELLULAR DOMAIN OF THE ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR MEDIATE ACTIVATION OF AP-1 TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    47. Lin, RS; Rodriguez, C; Veillette, A; Lodish, HF
      Zinc is essential for binding of p56(lck) to CD4 and CD8 alpha

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    48. SOCOLOVSKY M; FALLON AEJ; LODISH HF
      THE PROLACTIN RECEPTOR RESCUES EPOR(- -) ERYTHROID PROGENITORS AND REPLACES EPOR IN A SYNERGISTIC INTERACTION WITH C-KIT/

      Blood
    49. CONSTANTINESCU SN; WU H; LIU XD; BEYER W; FALLON A; LODISH HF
      THE ANEMIC FRIEND-VIRUS GP55 ENVELOPE PROTEIN INDUCES ERYTHROID-DIFFERENTIATION IN FETAL LIVER COLONY-FORMING UNITS-ERYTHROID

      Blood
    50. LEE HJ; SIIVA DA; LEE SW; LISANTI MP; LODISH HF; CHUN M
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION BY ENDOTHELIN RECEPTOR IN CAVEOLAE

      Molecular biology of the cell
    51. GUERREMILLO M; BALDINI G; LODISH HF; LAVAU M; CUSHMAN SW
      RAB 3D IN RAT ADIPOSE-CELLS AND ITS OVEREXPRESSION IN GENETIC OBESITY(ZUCKER FATTY RAT)

      Biochemical journal
    52. LUO KX; LODISH HF
      POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE REGULATION OF TYPE-II TGF-BETA RECEPTOR SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION BY AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION ON MULTIPLE SERINE RESIDUES

      EMBO journal
    53. KLINGMULLER U; WU H; HSIAO JG; TOKER A; DUCKWORTH BC; CANTLEY LC; LODISH HF
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL PATHWAY IMPORTANT FOR PROLIFERATION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF PRIMARY ERYTHROID PROGENITORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    54. WU H; KLINGMULLER U; ACURIO A; HSIAO JG; LODISH HF
      FUNCTIONAL INTERACTION OF ERYTHROPOIETIN AND STEM-CELL FACTOR RECEPTORS IS ESSENTIAL FOR ERYTHROID COLONY FORMATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    55. LIU XD; SUN Y; CONSTANTINESCU SN; KARAM E; WEINBERG RA; LODISH HF
      TRANSFORMING-GROWTH-FACTOR BETA-INDUCED PHOSPHORYLATION OF SMAD3 IS REQUIRED FOR GROWTH-INHIBITION AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL INDUCTION IN EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    56. DECOTEAU JF; KNAUS PI; YANKELEV H; REIS MD; LOWSKY R; LODISH HF; KADIN ME
      LOSS OF FUNCTIONAL CELL-SURFACE TRANSFORMING-GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA (TGF-BETA) TYPE-1 RECEPTOR CORRELATES WITH INSENSITIVITY TO TGF-BETA IN CHRONIC LYMPHOCYTIC-LEUKEMIA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    57. SOCOLOVSKY M; DUSANTERFOURT I; LODISH HF
      THE PROLACTIN RECEPTOR AND SEVERELY TRUNCATED ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTORS SUPPORT DIFFERENTIATION OF ERYTHROID PROGENITORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    58. BICKEL PE; SCHERER PE; SCHNITZER JE; OH P; LISANTI MP; LODISH HF
      FLOTILLIN AND EPIDERMAL SURFACE-ANTIGEN DEFINE A NEW FAMILY OF CAVEOLAE-ASSOCIATED INTEGRAL MEMBRANE-PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    59. WELLS RG; YANKELEV H; LIN HY; LODISH HF
      BIOSYNTHESIS OF THE TYPE-I AND TYPE-II TGF-BETA RECEPTORS - IMPLICATIONS FOR COMPLEX-FORMATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    60. WU H; KLINGMULLER U; ACURIO A; HSIAO J; LODISH HF
      THE COORDINATE EFFECTS OF STEM-CELL FACTOR AND ERYTHROPOIETIN ON ERYTHROCYTE FORMATION

      Blood
    61. KLINGMULLER U; WU H; HSIAO JG; LODISH HF
      REDUNDANT SIGNALS ARE ORCHESTRATED BY THE ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR TO SUPPORT PROLIFERATION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF PRIMARY ERYTHROID PROGENITORS

      Blood
    62. GRAMPP GE; LODISH HF; STEPHANOPOULOS G
      ANALYSIS OF SECRETORY DYNAMICS AND DEVELOPMENT OF MEDIA FOR THE CONTROLLED SECRETION OF INSULIN-RELATED PEPTIDES FROM BETA-TC-3 INSULINOMA CELLS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    63. GRAMPP GE; LODISH HF; STEPHANOPOULOS G
      PROCESSING AND SECRETION OF INSULIN-RELATED PEPTIDES IN AN INSULINOMACELL-LINE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    64. WATOWICH SS; WU H; SOCOLOVSKY M; KLINGMULLER U; CONSTANTINESCU SN; LODISH HF
      CYTOKINE RECEPTOR SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION AND THE CONTROL OF HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL DEVELOPMENT

      Annual review of cell and developmental biology
    65. MAN MZ; HUI TY; SCHAFFER JE; LODISH HF; BERNLOHR DA
      REGULATION OF THE MURINE ADIPOCYTE FATTY-ACID TRANSPORTER GENE BY INSULIN

      Molecular endocrinology
    66. KNAUS PI; LINDEMANN D; DECOTEAU JF; PERLMAN R; YANKELEV H; HILLE M; KADIN ME; LODISH HF
      DOMINANT INHIBITORY MUTANT OF THE TYPE-II TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA RECEPTOR IN THE MALIGNANT PROGRESSION OF A CUTANEOUS T-CELL LYMPHOMA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    67. COHEN NR; KNECHT DA; LODISH HF
      FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF RAT GLUT-1 GLUCOSE-TRANSPORTER IN DICTYOSTELIUM-DISCOIDEUM

      Biochemical journal
    68. NEUMANN D; YUK MH; LODISH HF; LEDERKREMER Z
      BLOCKING INTRACELLULAR DEGRADATION OF THE ERYTHROPOIETIN AND ASIALOGLYCOPROTEIN RECEPTORS BY CALPAIN INHIBITORS DOES NOT RESULT IN THE SAMEINCREASE IN THE LEVELS OF THEIR MEMBRANE AND SECRETED FORMS

      Biochemical journal
    69. LUO KX; LODISH HF
      SIGNALING BY CHIMERIC ERYTHROPOIETIN-TGF-BETA RECEPTORS - HOMODIMERIZATION OF THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF THE TYPE-I TGF-BETA RECEPTOR AND HETERODIMERIZATION WITH THE TYPE-II RECEPTOR ARE BOTH REQUIRED FOR INTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      EMBO journal
    70. KLINGMULLER U; BERGELSON S; HSIAO JG; LODISH HF
      MULTIPLE TYROSINE RESIDUES IN THE CYTOSOLIC DOMAIN OF THE ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR PROMOTE ACTIVATION OF STAT5

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    71. SCHERER PE; OKAMOTO T; CHUN MY; NISHIMOTO I; LODISH HF; LISANTI MP
      IDENTIFICATION, SEQUENCE, AND EXPRESSION OF CAVEOLIN-2 DEFINES A CAVEOLIN GENE FAMILY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    72. SCHERER PE; LEDERKREMER GZ; WILLIAMS S; FOGLIANO M; BALDINI G; LODISH HF
      CAB45, A NOVEL CA2-BINDING PROTEIN LOCALIZED TO THE GOLGI LUMEN()

      The Journal of cell biology
    73. HILTON DJ; WATOWICH SS; KATZ L; LODISH HF
      SATURATION MUTAGENESIS OF THE WSXWS MOTIF OF THE ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    74. TANG ZL; SCHERER PE; OKAMOTO T; SONG K; CHU C; KOHTZ DS; NISHIMOTO I; LODISH HF; LISANTI MP
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF CAVEOLIN-3, A NOVEL MEMBER OF THE CAVEOLIN GENE FAMILY EXPRESSED PREDOMINANTLY IN MUSCLE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    75. DECOTEAU JF; KNAUS PL; REIS MD; LOWSKY R; LODISH HF; KADIN ME
      LOSS OF TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA RECEPTOR-TYPE-1 (T-BETA-RI) CELL-SURFACE EXPRESSION CORRELATES WITH INSENSITIVITY TO TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA-1 (TGF-1) IN HUMAN CLL

      Blood
    76. MARTELLI AM; BAREGGI R; BALDINI G; SCHERER PE; LODISH HF; BALDINI G
      RAB3D IDENTIFIES A DISTINCT CLASS OF VESICLES IN ATT-20 CELLS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    77. SCHAFFER JE; LODISH HF
      MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF LONG-CHAIN FATTY-ACID UPTAKE

      Trends in cardiovascular medicine
    78. CHEN KQ; STEPHANOPOULOS GN; SINSKEY AJ; LODISH HF
      REGULATED SECRETION OF PROLACTIN BY THE MOUSE INSULINOMA CELL-LINE BETA-TC-3

      Bio/technology
    79. BEAUCHEMIN M; PEPIN MC; MOUSTAKAS A; PLAMONDON J; LODISH HF; OCONNORMCOURT MD
      MAPPING OF AN INTERACTION BETWEEN THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAINS OF THE TGF-BETA-RECEPTOR TYPE-II AND TYPE-III USING AN ANTIPEPTIDE ANTIBODY

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    80. KLINGMULLER U; LORENZ U; CANTLEY LC; NEEL BG; LODISH HF
      SPECIFIC RECRUITMENT OF THE HEMATOPOIETIC PHOSPHOTYROSYL PHOSPHATASE SH-PTP1 TO THE EPO-R CAUSES DEPHOSPHORYLATION OF JAK2

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    81. YUK MH; LODISH HF
      ENHANCED FOLDING AND PROCESSING OF A CYSTEINE TO ALANINE MUTANT OF THE HUMAN ASIALOGLYCOPROTEIN RECEPTOR

      Protein engineering
    82. LIN RSY; LODISH HF
      STUDY AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Protein engineering
    83. WU H; LIU X; JAENISCH R; LODISH HF
      GENERATION OF COMMITTED ERYTHROID BFU-E AND CFU-E PROGENITORS DOES NOT REQUIRE ERYTHROPOIETIN OR THE ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR

      Cell
    84. KLINGMULLER U; LORENZ U; CANTLEY LC; NEEL BG; LODISH HF
      SPECIFIC RECRUITMENT OF SH-PTP1 TO THE ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR CAUSESINACTIVATION OF JAK2 AND TERMINATION OF PROLIFERATIVE SIGNALS

      Cell
    85. LODISH HF; HILTON DJ; KLINGMULLER U; WATOWICH SS; WU H
      THE ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR - BIOGENESIS, DIMERIZATION, AND INTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    86. WEINTRAUB H; ASHBURNER M; GOODFELLOW PN; LODISH HF; ARNTZEN CJ; ANDERSON PW; RICE TM; GEBALLE TH; MEANS AR; RANNEY HM; CECH TR; COLWELL RR; BOURNE HR; RICHTER B; SINGER IM; MARRACK P; FEARON DT; PENZIAS A; BARD AJ; BRINKMAN WF; MARKS PA; VOGELSTEIN B; KINZLER KW; BISHOP JM; ZARE RN; SCHATZ G; BENKOVIC SJ; GRAY HB; VALENTINE JS; CRUTZEN PJ; CHOI DW; NAKANISHI S; KOSSLYN SM; BRAUMAN JI; REES DC; BRILL WJ; SCHELL J; LUHRMANN R; WILL CL; WULF W; VERMEIJ GJ; ARROW KJ; SMELSER NJ; ANDERSON DL; ABELSON PH
      THROUGH THE GLASS LIGHTLY

      Science
    87. WU H; KLINGMULLER U; BESMER P; LODISH HF
      INTERACTION OF THE ERYTHROPOIETIN AND STEM-CELL-FACTOR RECEPTORS

      Nature
    88. LUO KX; ZHOU P; LODISH HF
      THE SPECIFICITY OF THE TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA RECEPTOR KINASES DETERMINED BY A SPATIALLY ADDRESSABLE PEPTIDE LIBRARY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    89. BALDINI G; SCHERER PE; LODISH HF
      NONNEURONAL EXPRESSION OF RAB3A - INDUCTION DURING ADIPOGENESIS AND ASSOCIATION WITH DIFFERENT INTRACELLULAR MEMBRANES THAN RAB3D

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    90. HILTON DJ; WATOWICH SS; MURRAY PJ; LODISH HF
      INCREASED CELL-SURFACE EXPRESSION AND ENHANCED FOLDING IN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM OF A MUTANT ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    91. LIN HY; MOUSTAKAS A; KNAUS P; WELLS RG; HENIS YI; LODISH HF
      THE SOLUBLE EXOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF THE TYPE-II TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR (TGF)-BETA RECEPTOR - A HETEROGENEOUSLY GLYCOSYLATED PROTEIN WITH HIGH-AFFINITY AND SELECTIVITY FOR TGF-BETA LIGANDS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    92. SCHERER PE; WILLIAMS S; FOGLIANO M; BALDINI G; LODISH HF
      A NOVEL SERUM-PROTEIN SIMILAR TO C1Q, PRODUCED EXCLUSIVELY IN ADIPOCYTES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    93. YUK MH; LODISH HF
      ENHANCED FOLDING AND PROCESSING OF A DISULFIDE MUTANT OF THE HUMAN ASIALOGLYCOPROTEIN RECEPTOR H2B SUBUNIT

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    94. RODRIGUEZ C; CHEN F; WEINBERG RA; LODISH HF
      COOPERATIVE BINDING OF TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR (TGF)-BETA-2 TO THETYPE-I AND TYPE-II TGF-BETA RECEPTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    95. SCHERER PE; TANG ZL; CHUN MY; SARGIACOMO M; LODISH HF; LISANTI MP
      CAVEOLIN ISOFORMS DIFFER IN THEIR N-TERMINAL PROTEIN-SEQUENCE AND SUBCELLULAR-DISTRIBUTION - IDENTIFICATION AND EPITOPE MAPPING OF AN ISOFORM-SPECIFIC MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY PROBE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    96. MOUSTAKAS A; TAKUMI T; LIN HY; LODISH HF
      GH3 PITUITARY-TUMOR CELLS CONTAIN HETEROMERIC TYPE-I AND TYPE-II RECEPTOR COMPLEXES FOR TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA AND ACTIVIN-A

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    97. CHUN MY; LIN HY; HENIS YI; LODISH HF
      ENDOTHELIN-INDUCED ENDOCYTOSIS OF CELL-SURFACE ET(A) RECEPTORS ENDOTHELIN REMAINS INTACT AND BOUND TO THE ET(A) RECEPTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
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