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    1. Wilson, CM; Ellenberg, JH; Sawyer, MK; Belzer, M; Crowley-Nowick, PA; Puga, A; Futterman, DC; Peralta, L
      Serologic response to hepatitis B vaccine in HIV infected and high-risk HIV uninfected adolescents in the REACH cohort

      JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH
    2. Borde-Chiche, P; Diederich, M; Morceau, F; Puga, A; Wellman, M; Dicato, M
      Regulation of transcription of the glutathione S-transferase P1 gene by methylation of the minimal promoter in human leukemia cells

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    3. Strobeck, MW; Fribourg, AF; Puga, A; Knudsen, ES
      Restoration of retinoblastoma mediated signaling to Cdk2 results in cell cycle arrest

      ONCOGENE
    4. Maier, A; Dalton, TP; Puga, A
      Disruption of dioxin-inducible phase I and phase II gene expression patterns by cadmium, chromium, and arsenic

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    5. Leikauf, GD; McDowell, SA; Gammon, K; Wesselkamper, SC; Bachurski, CJ; Puga, A; Wiest, JS; Leikauf, JE; Prows, DR
      Functional genomics of particle-induced lung injury

      INHALATION TOXICOLOGY
    6. Puga, A; Barnes, SJ; Dalton, TP; Chang, CY; Knudsen, ES; Maier, MA
      Aromatic hydrocarbon receptor interaction with the retinoblastoma protein potentiates repression of E2F-dependent transcription and cell cycle arrest

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Puga, A; Maier, A; Medvedovic, M
      The transcriptional signature of dioxin in human hepatoma HepG2 cells

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Puga, A; Barnes, SJ; Chang, CY; Zhu, H; Nephew, KP; Khan, SA; Shertzer, HG
      Activation of transcription factors activator protein-1 and nuclear factor-kappa B by 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    9. Carvan, MJ; Ponomareva, LV; Solis, WA; Matlib, RS; Puga, A; Nebert, DW
      Trout CYP1A3 gene: Recognition of fish DNA motifs by mouse regulatory proteins

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    10. Vasiliou, V; Reuter, SF; Williams, S; Puga, A; Nebert, DW
      Mouse cytosolic class 3 aldehyde dehydrogenase (Aldh3a1): gene structure and regulation of constitutive and dioxin-inducible expression

      PHARMACOGENETICS
    11. Escartin, EF; Castillo, A; Hinojosa-Puga, A; Saldana-Lozano, J
      Prevalence of Salmonella in chorizo and its survival under different storage temperatures

      FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    12. Dalton, TD; Shertzer, HG; Puga, A
      Regulation of gene expression by reactive oxygen

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    13. Shertzer, HG; Puga, A; Chang, CY; Smith, P; Nebert, DW; Setchell, KDR; Dalton, TP
      Inhibition of CYP1A1 enzyme activity in mouse hepatoma cell culture by soybean isoflavones

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    14. FITZGERALD CT; NEBERT DW; PUGA A
      REGULATION OF MOUSE AH RECEPTOR (AHR) GENE BASAL EXPRESSION BY MEMBERS OF THE SP FAMILY OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      DNA and cell biology
    15. CHANG CY; PUGA A
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF THE AROMATIC HYDROCARBON RECEPTOR

      Molecular and cellular biology
    16. MAIER A; MICKA J; MILLER K; DENKO T; CHANG CY; NEBERT DW; PUGA A
      AROMATIC HYDROCARBON RECEPTOR POLYMORPHISM - DEVELOPMENT OF NEW METHODS TO CORRELATE GENOTYPE WITH PHENOTYPE

      Environmental health perspectives
    17. Shertzer, HG; Nebert, DW; Puga, A; Ary, M; Sonntag, D; Dixon, K; Robinson, LJ; Cianciolo, E; Dalton, TP
      Dioxin causes a sustained oxidative stress response in the mouse

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    18. PUGA A; NEBERT DW; MCKINNON RA; MENON AG
      GENETIC POLYMORPHISMS IN HUMAN DRUG-METABOLIZING-ENZYMES - POTENTIAL USES OF REVERSE GENETICS TO IDENTIFY GENES OF TOXICOLOGICAL RELEVANCE

      Critical reviews in toxicology
    19. MICKA J; MILATOVICH A; MENON A; GRABOWSKI GA; PUGA A; NEBERT DW
      HUMAN AH RECEPTOR (AHR) GENE - LOCALIZATION TO 7P15 AND SUGGESTIVE CORRELATION OF POLYMORPHISM WITH CYP1A1 INDUCIBILITY

      Pharmacogenetics
    20. MICKA J; MILATOVICH A; MENON A; GRABOWSKI GA; PUGA A; NEBERT DW
      HUMAN AH RECEPTOR (AHR) GENE - LOCALIZATION TO 7P15 AND SUGGESTIVE CORRELATION OF POLYMORPHISM WITH CYP1A1 INDUCIBILITY

      Pharmacogenetics
    21. ZABNER J; FREIMUTH P; PUGA A; FABREGA A; WELSH MJ
      LACK OF HIGH-AFFINITY FIBER RECEPTOR ACTIVITY EXPLAINS THE RESISTANCEOF CILIATED AIRWAY EPITHELIA TO ADENOVIRUS INFECTION

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    22. PUGA A; HOFFER A; ZHOU SY; BOHM JM; LEIKAUF GD; SHERTZER HG
      SUSTAINED INCREASE IN INTRACELLULAR FREE CALCIUM AND ACTIVATION OF CYCLOOXYGENASE-2 EXPRESSION IN MOUSE HEPATOMA-CELLS TREATED WITH DIOXIN

      Biochemical pharmacology
    23. CHILLON M; PUGA A; WELSH MJ
      ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED GENE-TRANSFER TO THE RESPIRATORY-TRACT OF FETAL MICE

      Journal of investigative medicine
    24. NEBERT DW; MCKINNON RA; PUGA A
      HUMAN DRUG-METABOLIZING ENZYME POLYMORPHISMS - EFFECTS ON RISK OF TOXICITY AND CANCER

      DNA and cell biology
    25. PUGA A
      PLAYS BY EARLY AMERICAN WOMEN, 1775-1850 - KRITZER,AH

      Theater
    26. HOFFER A; CHANG CY; PUGA A
      DIOXIN INDUCES TRANSCRIPTION OF FOS AND JUN GENES BY AH RECEPTOR-DEPENDENT AND RECEPTOR-INDEPENDENT PATHWAYS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    27. LIANG HCL; LI H; MCKINNON RA; DUFFY JJ; POTTER SS; PUGA A; NEBERT DW
      CYP1A2(- -) NULL MUTANT MICE DEVELOP NORMALLY BUT SHOW DEFICIENT DRUG-METABOLISM/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    28. FITZGERALD CT; FERNANDEZSALGUERO P; GONZALEZ FJ; NEBERT DW; PUGA A
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF MOUSE AH RECEPTOR GENE-EXPRESSION IN CELL-LINES OF DIFFERENT TISSUE ORIGINS

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    29. NEBERT DW; LIANG HCL; REUTER SF; MCKINNON RA; SHERTZER HG; PUGA A; VASILIOU V
      ROLE OF THE MURINE [AH] GENE BATTERY IN OXIDATIVE STRESS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    30. YAO Y; HOFFER A; CHANG CY; PUGA A
      DIOXIN ACTIVATES HIV-1 GENE-EXPRESSION BY AN OXIDATIVE STRESS PATHWAYREQUIRING A FUNCTIONAL CYTOCHROME-P450 CYP1A1 ENZYME

      Environmental health perspectives
    31. DUH JL; ZHU HA; SHERTZER HG; NEBERT DW; PUGA A
      THE Y-BOX MOTIF MEDIATES REDOX-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION IN MOUSE CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    32. VASILIOU V; PUGA A; CHANG CY; TABOR MW; NEBERT DW
      INTERACTION BETWEEN THE AH RECEPTOR AND PROTEINS BINDING TO THE AP-1-LIKE ELECTROPHILE RESPONSE ELEMENT (EPRE) DURING MURINE PHASE-II [AH] BATTERY GENE-EXPRESSION

      Biochemical pharmacology
    33. VASILIOU V; THEURER MJ; PUGA A; REUTER SF; NEBERT DW
      MOUSE DIOXIN-INDUCIBLE NAD(P)H-MENADIONE OXIDOREDUCTASE - NM01 CDNA SEQUENCE AND GENETIC-DIFFERENCES IN MRNA(-) LEVELS

      Pharmacogenetics
    34. VASUNIA KB; MILLER ML; PUGA A; BAXTER CS
      GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR (GM-CSF) IS EXPRESSED IN MOUSE SKIN IN RESPONSE TO TUMOR-PROMOTING AGENTS AND MODULATES DERMAL INFLAMMATION AND EPIDERMAL DARK CELL NUMBERS

      Carcinogenesis
    35. LIU RM; VASILIOU V; ZHU H; DUH JL; TABOR MW; PUGA A; NEBERT DW; SAINSBURY M; SHERTZER HG
      REGULATION OF [AH] GENE BATTERY ENZYMES AND GLUTATHIONE LEVELS BY 5,10-DIHYDROINDENO[1,2-B]INDOLE IN MOUSE HEPATOMA-CELL LINES

      Carcinogenesis
    36. CARRIER F; CHANG CY; DUH JL; NEBERT DW; PUGA A
      INTERACTION OF THE REGULATORY DOMAINS OF THE MURINE CYP1A1 GENE WITH 2 DNA-BINDING PROTEINS IN ADDITION TO THE AH RECEPTOR AND THE AH RECEPTOR NUCLEAR TRANSLOCATOR (ARNT)

      Biochemical pharmacology
    37. CHANG CY; SMITH DR; PRASAD VS; SIDMAN CL; NEBERT DW; PUGA A
      10 NUCLEOTIDE DIFFERENCES, 5 OF WHICH CAUSE AMINO-ACID CHANGES, ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE AH RECEPTOR LOCUS POLYMORPHISM OF C57BL 6 AND DBA/2MICE/

      Pharmacogenetics
    38. PILON AL; KOZAK CA; NEBERT DW; PUGA A
      LOCALIZATION OF THE MURINE HMG1 GENE, ENCODING AN HMG-BOX PROTEIN, TOMOUSE CHROMOSOME-2

      Mammalian genome
    39. DIEDERICH M; WELLMAN M; VISVIKIS A; PUGA A; SIEST G
      THE 5' UNTRANSLATED REGION OF THE HUMAN GAMMA-GLUTAMYL-TRANSFERASE MESSENGER-RNA CONTAINS A TISSUE-SPECIFIC ACTIVE TRANSLATIONAL ENHANCER

      FEBS letters


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