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    1. Ikeguchi, A; Yang, HY; Gao, GX; Goff, SP
      Inhibition of v-Abl transformation in 3T3 cells overexpressing different forms of the Abelson interactor protein Abi-1

      ONCOGENE
    2. Granger, SW; Fan, H
      The helper virus envelope glycoprotein affects the disease specificity of a recombinant murine leukemia virus carrying a v-myc oncogene

      VIRUS GENES
    3. Kumar, A; Ta, D; Henderson, D; Mushinski, JF; Reed, JC; Kuus-Reichel, K; Saedi, MS
      bcl2 and v-abl oncogenes cooperate to immortalize murine B cells that secrete antigen specific antibodies

      IMMUNOLOGY LETTERS
    4. Li, SG; Ilaria, RL; Million, RP; Daley, GQ; Van Etten, RA
      The P190, P210, and P230 forms of the BCR/ABL oncogene induce a similar chronic myeloid leukemia-like syndrome in mice but have different lymphoid leukemogenic activity

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    5. JONULEIT T; PESCHEL C; SCHWAB R; VANDERKUIP H; BUCHDUNGER E; FISCHER T; HUBER C; AULITZKY WE
      BCR-ABL KINASE PROMOTES CELL-CYCLE ENTRY OF PRIMARY MYELOID CML CELLSIN THE ABSENCE OF GROWTH-FACTORS

      British Journal of Haematology
    6. CHUNG SW; CHEN H; WONG PMC
      ACTIVATION OF QUIESCENT ABL-TRANSDUCED HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Oncogene
    7. OSTERMEYER AG; ANDERSON SM
      INDUCTION OF GROWTH FACTOR-INDEPENDENCE AND GM-CSF SECRETION BY THE V-SRC ONCOGENE IN MURINE MYELOID CELLS DOES NOT REQUIRE MEMBRANE ASSOCIATION OF PP60(V-SRC)

      Experimental hematology
    8. WEN ST; JACKSON PK; VANETTEN RA
      THE CYTOSTATIC FUNCTION OF C-ABL IS CONTROLLED BY MULTIPLE NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION SIGNALS AND REQUIRES THE P53 AND RB TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE-PRODUCTS

      EMBO journal
    9. ANDERSON SM; MLADENOVIC J
      THE BCR-ABL ONCOGENE REQUIRES BOTH KINASE-ACTIVITY AND SRC-HOMOLOGY-2DOMAIN TO INDUCE CYTOKINE SECRETION

      Blood
    10. VANETTEN RA; DEBNATH J; ZHOU H; CASANOVAS JM
      INTRODUCTION OF A LOSS-OF-FUNCTION POINT MUTATION FROM THE SH3 REGIONOF THE CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS SEM-5 GENE ACTIVATES THE TRANSFORMING ABILITY OF C-ABL IN-VIVO AND ABOLISHES BINDING OF PROLINE-RICH LIGANDS IN-VITRO

      Oncogene
    11. WONG KK; ZOU XM; MERRELL KT; PATEL AJ; MARCU KB; CHELLAPPAN S; CALAME K
      V-ABL ACTIVATES C-MYC TRANSCRIPTION THROUGH THE E2F SITE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    12. DANIAL NN; PERNIS A; ROTHMAN PB
      JAK-STAT SIGNALING INDUCED BY THE V-ABL ONCOGENE

      Science
    13. OWENLYNCH PJ; WONG AKY; WHETTON AD
      V-ABL-MEDIATED APOPTOTIC SUPPRESSION IS ASSOCIATED WITH SHC PHOSPHORYLATION WITHOUT CONCOMITANT MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    14. ZHU GC; DECKER SJ; MACLEAN D; MCNAMARA DJ; SINGH J; SAWYER TK; SALTIEL AR
      SEQUENCE SPECIFICITY IN THE RECOGNITION OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR BY THE ABL SRC-HOMOLOGY-2 DOMAIN

      Oncogene
    15. CHUNG SW; CAI YL; NYEIN R; BRIZZOLARA E; DERIEL K; WONG PMC
      ENDOGENOUS GROWTH-FACTOR PATTERNS MODULATE HEMATOPOIETIC LINEAGE DEVELOPMENT

      Oncogene
    16. JIANG X; VILLENEUVE L; TURMEL C; KOZAK CA; JOLICOEUR P
      THE MYB AND AHI-1 GENES ARE PHYSICALLY VERY CLOSELY LINKED ON MOUSE CHROMOSOME-10

      Mammalian genome
    17. KLUG CA; GERETY SJ; SHAH PC; CHEN YY; RICE NR; ROSENBERG N; SINGH H
      THE V-ABL TYROSINE KINASE NEGATIVELY REGULATES NF-KAPPA-B REL FACTORSAND BLOCKS KAPPA-GENE TRANSCRIPTION IN PRE-B-LYMPHOCYTES

      Genes & development
    18. SPOONCER E; FAIRBAIRN L; COWLING GJ; DEXTER TM; WHETTON AD; OWENLYNCH PJ
      BIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF P160(V-ABL) PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE-ACTIVITY IN A PRIMITIVE MULTIPOTENT HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL LINE

      Leukemia
    19. OKA Y; SHIMIZU Y; TSUKADA S; SUGIYAMA H
      CYCLIC REGULATION OF B220 ANTIGEN EXPRESSION IN IMMATURE B-CELL LINES

      Immunology and cell biology
    20. TAKAHASHI M; FURUKAWA T; TANAKA I; OHSAWA Y; NIKKUNI K; AOKI A; GOTO T; HASHIMOTO T; KISHI K; KOIKE T; MORIYAMA Y; SHIBATA A
      TRANSFECTION OF THE BCR ABL ONCOGENE INTO FACTOR-DEPENDENT CELLS BY ELECTROPORATION - ACQUISITION OF AUTONOMOUS PROLIFERATION/

      Hematological oncology
    21. SIRARD C; LANEUVILLE P; DICK JE
      EXPRESSION OF BCR-ABL ABROGATES FACTOR-DEPENDENT GROWTH OF HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC M07E CELLS BY AN AUTOCRINE MECHANISM

      Blood
    22. ARORA N; MIN KU; COSTA JJ; RHIM JS; METCALFE DD
      IMMORTALIZATION OF MOUSE BONE MARROW-DERIVED MAST-CELLS WITH AD12-SV40 VIRUS

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    23. KIMOTO H; KITAMURA K; SUDO T; SUDA T; OGAWA Y; KITAGAWA H; TANIGUCHI M; TAKEMORI T
      THE FETAL THYMUS STORES IMMATURE HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS CAPABLE OF DIFFERENTIATING INTO NON-T-LINEAGE CELLS CONSTITUTING THE THYMUS STROMAL ELEMENT

      International immunology
    24. MCCUBREY JA; SMITH SR; ALGATE PA; DEVENTE JE; WHITE MK; STEELMAN LS
      RETROVIRAL INFECTION CAN ABROGATE THE FACTOR-DEPENDENCY OF HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS BY AUTOCRINE AND NONAUTOCRINE MECHANISMS DEPENDING ON THE PRESENCE OF A FUNCTIONAL VIRAL ONCOGENE

      Oncogene
    25. ELWOOD NJ; COOK WD; METCALF D; BEGLEY CG
      SCL, THE GENE IMPLICATED IN HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA, IS ONCOGENIC IN A MURINE T-LYMPHOCYTE CELL-LINE

      Oncogene
    26. MATULONIS U; SALGIA R; OKUDA K; DRUKER B; GRIFFIN JD
      INTERLEUKIN-3 AND P210 BCR ABL ACTIVATE BOTH UNIQUE AND OVERLAPPING PATHWAYS OF SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN A FACTOR-DEPENDENT MYELOID CELL-LINE/

      Experimental hematology
    27. CLARK SS; CHEN E; FIZZOTTI M; WITTE ON; MALKOVSKA V
      BCR-ABL AND V-ABL ONCOGENES INDUCE DISTINCT PATTERNS OF THYMIC LYMPHOMA INVOLVING DIFFERENT LYMPHOCYTE SUBSETS

      Journal of virology
    28. OWEN PJ; MUSK P; EVANS CA; WHETTON AD
      CELLULAR SIGNALING EVENTS ELICITED BY V-ABL ASSOCIATED WITH GROWTH-FACTOR INDEPENDENCE IN AN INTERLEUKIN-3-DEPENDENT CELL-LINE

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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