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    1. Brandt, R; Wong, AML; Hynes, NE
      Mammary glands reconstituted with Neu/ErbB2 transformed HC11 cells providea novel orthotopic tumor model for testing anti-cancer agents

      ONCOGENE
    2. Raval-Pandya, M; Dhawan, P; Barletta, F; Christakos, S
      YY1 represses vitamin D receptor-mediated 25-hydroxyvitamin D-3 24-hydroxylase transcription: Relief of repression by CREB-binding protein

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    3. Horsch, K; Schaller, MD; Hynes, NE
      The protein tyrosine phosphatase-PEST is implicated in the negative regulation of epidermal growth factor on PRL signaling in mammary epithelial cells

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Reichardt, HM; Horsch, K; Grone, HJ; Kolbus, A; Beug, H; Hynes, N; Schutz, G
      Mammary gland development and lactation are controlled by different glucocorticoid receptor activities

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    5. Jolivet, G; Meusnier, C; Chaumaz, G; Houdebine, LM
      Extracellular matrix regulates alpha S1-casein gene expression in rabbit primary mammary cells and CCAAT enhancer binding protein (C/EBP) binding activity

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Rival, S; Attal, J; Delville-Giraud, C; Yerle, M; Laffont, P; Rogel-Gaillard, C; Houdebine, LM
      Cloning, transcription and chromosomal localization of the porcine whey acidic protein gene and its expression in HC11 cell line

      GENE
    7. Beisenherz-Huss, C; Mundt, M; Herrala, A; Vihko, P; Schubert, A; Groner, B
      Specific DNA binding and transactivation potential of recombinant, purified Stat5

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    8. Doppler, W; Windegger, M; Soratroi, C; Tomasi, J; Lechner, J; Rusconi, S; Cato, ACB; Almlof, T; Liden, J; Okret, S; Gustafsson, JA; Richard-Foy, H; Starr, DB; Klocker, H; Edwards, D; Geymayer, S
      Expression level-dependent contribution of glucocorticoid receptor domainsfor functional interaction with STAT5

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Mukhopadhyay, SS; Wyszomierski, SL; Gronostajski, RM; Rosen, JM
      Differential interactions of specific nuclear factor I isoforms with the glucocorticoid receptor and STAT5 in the cooperative regulation of WAP gene transcription

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Shea-Eaton, WK; Lee, PPH; Ip, MM
      Regulation of milk protein gene expression in normal mammary epithelial cells by tumor necrosis factor

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    11. Groner, B; Fritsche, M; Stocklin, E; Berchtold, S; Merkle, C; Moriggl, R; Pfitzner, E
      Regulation of the trans-activation potential of STAT5 through its DNA-binding activity and interactions with heterologous transcription factors

      GROWTH HORMONE & IGF RESEARCH
    12. Wright, RM; Riley, MG; Weigel, LK; Ginger, LA; Costantino, DA; McManaman, JL
      Activation of the human aldehyde oxidase (hAOX(1)) promoter by tandem cooperative Sp1/Sp3 binding sites: Identification of complex architecture in the hAOX upstream DNA that includes a proximal promoter, distal activation sites, and a silencer element

      DNA AND CELL BIOLOGY
    13. Olazabal, I; Munoz, J; Ogueta, S; Obregon, E; Garcia-Ruiz, JP
      Prolactin (PRL)-PRL receptor system increases cell proliferation involvingJNK (c-jun amino terminal kinase) and AP-1 activation: Inhibition by glucocorticoids

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    14. Peters, CA; Maizels, ET; Robertson, MC; Shiu, RPC; Soloff, MS; Hunzicker-Dunn, M
      Induction of relaxin messenger RNA expression in response to prolactin receptor activation requires protein kinase C delta signaling

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    15. Gingras, S; Cote, S; Simard, J
      Multiple signaling pathways mediate interleukin-4-induced 3 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase/Delta(5)-Delta(4) isomerase type 1 gene expression in human breast cancer cells

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    16. Goupille, O; Barnier, JV; Guibert, B; Paly, J; Djiane, J
      Effect of PRL on MAPK activation: negative regulatory role of the C-terminal part of the PRL receptor

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    17. Seyfert, HM; Pitra, C; Meyer, L; Brunner, RM; Wheeler, TT; Molenaar, A; McCracken, JY; Herrmann, J; Thiesen, HJ; Schwerin, M
      Molecular characterization of STAT5A-and STAT5B-encoding genes reveals extended intragenic sequence homogeneity in cattle and mouse and different degrees of divergent evolution of various domains

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    18. Beuvink, I; Hess, D; Flotow, H; Hofsteenge, J; Groner, B; Hynes, NE
      Stat5a serine phosphorylation - Serine 779 is constitutively phosphorylated in the mammary gland, and serine 725 phosphorylation influences prolactin-stimulated in vitro DNA binding activity

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Molenaar, AJ; Wheeler, TT; Grigor, MR
      Nuclear localisation of the transcription factor Stat5b is associated withovine milk protein gene expression during lactation but not during late pregnancy or forced weaning

      HISTOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    20. Schorr, K; Furth, PA
      Induction of bcl-x(L) expression in mammary epithelial cells is glucocorticoid-dependent but not signal transducer and activator of transcription 5-dependent

      CANCER RESEARCH
    21. Decker, T; Kovarik, P
      Transcription factor activity of STAT proteins: structural requirements and regulation by phosphorylation and interacting proteins

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    22. Litscher, ES; Liu, CY; Echelard, Y; Wassarman, PM
      Zona pellucida glycoprotein mZP3 produced in milk of transgenic mice is active as a sperm receptor, but can be lethal to newborns

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    23. Wyszomierski, SL; Yeh, J; Rosen, JM
      Glucocorticoid receptor/signal transducer and activator of transcription 5(STAT5) interactions enhance STAT5 activation by prolonging STAT5 DNA binding and tyrosine phosphorylation

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    24. Stelwagen, K; McFadden, HA; Demmer, J
      Prolactin, alone or in combination with glucocorticoids, enhances tight junction formation and expression of the tight junction protein occludin in mammary cells

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    25. Rosen, JM; Wyszomierski, SL; Hadsell, D
      Regulation of milk protein gene expression

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NUTRITION
    26. Kim, SJ; Sohn, BH; Jeong, S; Pak, KW; Park, JS; Park, IY; Lee, TH; Choi, YH; Lee, CS; Han, YM; Yu, DY; Lee, KK
      High-level expression of human lactoferrin in milk of transgenic mice using genomic lactoferrin sequence

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Valgeirsdottir, S; Ruusala, A; Heldin, CH
      MEK is a negative regulator of Stat5b in PDGF-stimulated cells

      FEBS LETTERS
    28. Benton, ME; Chen, KS; Haag, JD; Sattler, CA; Gould, MN
      Precocious differentiation of the virgin Wistar-Kyoto rat mammary gland

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    29. Adachi, K; Tanaka, T; Saito, H; Oka, T
      Hormonal induction of mouse selenocysteine transfer ribonucleic acid (tRNA) gene transcription-activating factor and its functional importance in theselenocysteine tRNA gene transcription in mouse mammary gland

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    30. Murray, JD; Maga, EA
      Changing the composition and properties of milk

      TRANSGENIC ANIMALS IN AGRICULTURE
    31. VIJAY IK
      DEVELOPMENTAL AND HORMONAL-REGULATION OF PROTEIN N-GLYCOSYLATION IN THE MAMMARY-GLAND

      Journal of mammary gland biology and neoplasia
    32. STREULI CH; EDWARDS GM
      CONTROL OF NORMAL MAMMARY EPITHELIAL PHENOTYPE BY INTEGRINS

      Journal of mammary gland biology and neoplasia
    33. ZHANG KZ; JIANG PH; LU DR; HUANG WD; CHEN L; XUE JL; QIU XF
      EXPRESSION AND REGULATION OF HFIX MINIGENE AND CDNA DRIVEN BY BETA-CASEIN GENE IN MOUSE MAMMARY-GLAND

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    34. RIJNKELS M; KOOIMAN PM; PLATENBURG GJ; VANDIXHOORN M; NUIJENS JH; DEBOER HA; PIEPER FR
      HIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSION OF BOVINE ALPHA(S1)-CASEIN IN MILK OF TRANSGENIC MICE

      Transgenic research
    35. MALEWSKI T
      COMPUTER-ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTION OF PUTATIVE CIS-REGULATORY AND TRANSREGULATORY ELEMENTS IN MILK PROTEIN GENE PROMOTERS

      Biosystems
    36. CELLA N; GRONER B; HYNES NE
      CHARACTERIZATION OF STAT5A AND STAT5B HOMODIMERS AND HETERODIMERS ANDTHEIR ASSOCIATION WITH THE GLUCOCORTIOCOID RECEPTOR IN MAMMARY CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    37. MYERS CA; SCHMIDHAUSER C; MELLENTINMICHELOTTI J; FRAGOSO G; ROSKELLEY CD; CASPERSON G; MOSSI R; PUJUGUET P; HAGER G; BISSELL MJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF BCE-1, A TRANSCRIPTIONAL ENHANCER REGULATED BY PROLACTIN AND EXTRACELLULAR-MATRIX AND MODULATED BY THE STATE OF HISTONEACETYLATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    38. Kannius-Janson, M; Lidberg, U; Hulten, K; Gritli-Linde, A; Bjursell, G; Nilsson, J
      Studies of the regulation of the mouse carboxyl ester lipase gene in mammary gland

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    39. KOLETTAS E; LYMBOURA M; KHAZAIE K; LUQMANI Y
      MODULATION OF ELONGATION FACTOR-I DELTA (EF-1-DELTA) EXPRESSION BY ONCOGENES IN HUMAN EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Anticancer research
    40. PETERSEN H; HALDOSEN LA
      EGF MODULATES EXPRESSION OF STAT5 IN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Experimental cell research
    41. Mayr, S; Welte, T; Windegger, M; Lechner, J; May, P; Heinrich, PC; Horn, F; Doppler, W
      Selective coupling of STAT factors to the mouse prolactin receptor

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    42. HUMPHREYS RC; ROSEN JM
      STABLY TRANSFECTED HC11 CELLS PROVIDE AN IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO MODEL SYSTEM FOR STUDYING WNT GENE-FUNCTION

      Cell growth & differentiation
    43. STOECKLIN E; WISSLER M; MORIGGL R; GRONER B
      SPECIFIC DNA-BINDING OF STAT5, BUT NOT OF GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR, ISREQUIRED FOR THEIR FUNCTIONAL COOPERATION IN THE REGULATION OF GENE-TRANSCRIPTION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    44. LECHNER J; WELTE T; DOPPLER W
      MECHANISM OF INTERACTION BETWEEN THE GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR AND STAT5 - ROLE OF DNA-BINDING

      Immunobiology
    45. WALL RJ; KERR DE; BONDIOLI KR
      TRANSGENIC DAIRY-CATTLE - GENETIC-ENGINEERING ON A LARGE-SCALE

      Journal of dairy science
    46. JACKSON D; BRESNICK J; ROSEWELL I; CRAFTON T; POULSOM R; STAMP G; DICKSON C
      FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR SIGNALING HAS A ROLE IN LOBULOALVEOLAR DEVELOPMENT OF THE MAMMARY-GLAND

      Journal of Cell Science
    47. HENNIGHAUSEN L; ROBINSON GW; WAGNER KU; LIU XW
      PROLACTIN SIGNALING IN MAMMARY-GLAND DEVELOPMENT

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    48. LEE TH; BAIK MG; IM WB; LEE CS; HAN YM; KIM SJ; LEE KK; CHOI YJ
      EFFECTS OF EHS MATRIX ON EXPRESSION OF TRANSGENES IN HC11 CELLS

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal
    49. GUTIERREZ A; MEADE HM; DITULLIO P; POLLOCK D; HARVEY M; JIMENEZFLORES R; ANDERSON GB; MURRAY JD; MEDRANO JF
      EXPRESSION OF A BOVINE KAPPA-CN CDNA IN THE MAMMARY-GLAND OF TRANSGENIC MICE UTILIZING A GENOMIC MILK PROTEIN GENE AS AN EXPRESSION CASSETTE

      Transgenic research
    50. OGG SL; KOMARAGIRI MVS; MATHER IH
      STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION AND MAMMARY-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF THE BUTYROPHILIN GENE

      Mammalian genome
    51. CELLA N; CORNEJOURIBE RR; MONTES GS; HYNES NE; CHAMMAS R
      THE LYSOSOMAL-ASSOCIATED MEMBRANE-PROTEIN LAMP-1 IS A NOVEL DIFFERENTIATION MARKER FOR HC11 MOUSE MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Differentiation
    52. KUROSAKI M; ZANOTTA S; CALZI ML; GARATTINI E; TERAO M
      EXPRESSION OF XANTHINE OXIDOREDUCTASE IN MOUSE MAMMARY EPITHELIUM DURING PREGNANCY AND LACTATION - REGULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION BY GLUCOCORTICOIDS AND PROLACTIN

      Biochemical journal
    53. POPOV LS
      SOME ASPECTS OF STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION OF MILK PROTEIN GENES (A REVIEW)

      Molecular biology
    54. HEIM MH
      THE JAK-STAT PATHWAY - SPECIFIC SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION FROM THE CELL-MEMBRANE TO THE NUCLEUS

      European journal of clinical investigation
    55. SAPI E; FLICK MB; RODOV S; GILMOREHEBERT M; KELLEY M; ROCKWELL S; KACINSKI BM
      INDEPENDENT REGULATION OF INVASION AND ANCHORAGE-INDEPENDENT GROWTH BY DIFFERENT AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION SITES OF THE MACROPHAGE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR-1 RECEPTOR

      Cancer research
    56. ROSEN JM; LI S; RAUGHT B; HADSELL D
      THE MAMMARY-GLAND AS A BIOREACTOR - FACTORS REGULATING THE EFFICIENT EXPRESSION OF MILK PROTEIN-BASED TRANSGENES

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    57. GRONER B; GOUILLEUX F
      PROLACTIN-MEDIATED GENE ACTIVATION IN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL CELLS

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    58. DAS R; VONDERHAAR BK
      TRANSDUCTION OF PROLACTINS (PRL) GROWTH SIGNAL THROUGH BOTH LONG AND SHORT FORMS OF THE PRL RECEPTOR

      Molecular endocrinology
    59. MARTE BM; JESCHKE M; GRAUSPORTA D; TAVERNA D; HOFER P; GRONER B; YARDEN Y; HYNES NE
      NEU DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR HEREGULIN MODULATES GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION OF HC11 MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Molecular endocrinology
    60. MAGA EA; MURRAY JD
      MAMMARY-GLAND EXPRESSION OF TRANSGENES AND THE POTENTIAL FOR ALTERINGTHE PROPERTIES OF MILK

      Bio/technology
    61. LI S; ROSEN JM
      NUCLEAR FACTOR-I AND MAMMARY-GLAND FACTOR (STAT5) PLAY A CRITICAL ROLE IN REGULATING RAT WHEY ACIDIC PROTEIN GENE-EXPRESSION IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    62. GOUILLEUX F; PALLARD C; DUSANTERFOURT I; WAKAO H; HALDOSEN LA; NORSTEDT G; LEVY D; GRONER B
      PROLACTIN, GROWTH-HORMONE, ERYTHROPOIETIN AND GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR INDUCE MGF-STAT5 DNA-BINDING ACTIVITY

      EMBO journal
    63. DARCY KM; SHOEMAKER SF; LEE PPH; GANIS BA; IP MM
      HYDROCORTISONE AND PROGESTERONE REGULATION OF THE PROLIFERATION, MORPHOGENESIS, AND FUNCTIONAL-DIFFERENTIATION OF NORMAL RAT MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS IN 3-DIMENSIONAL PRIMARY CULTURE

      Journal of cellular physiology
    64. WIRL G; HERMANN M; EKBLOM P; FASSLER R
      MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELL DIFFERENTIATION IN-VITRO IS REGULATED BY AN INTERPLAY OF EGF ACTION AND TENASCIN-C DOWN-REGULATION

      Journal of Cell Science
    65. LEE PPH; DARCY KM; SHUDO K; IP MM
      INTERACTION OF RETINOIDS WITH STEROID AND PEPTIDE-HORMONES IN MODULATING MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL-DIFFERENTIATION OF NORMAL RAT MAMMARYEPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Endocrinology
    66. NINOMIYA T; HIRABAYASHI M; SAGARA J; YUKI A
      FUNCTIONS OF MILK PROTEIN GENE 5' FLANKING REGIONS ON HUMAN GROWTH-HORMONE GENE

      Molecular reproduction and development
    67. WILMUT I; WHITELAW CBA
      STRATEGIES FOR PRODUCTION OF PHARMACEUTICAL PROTEINS IN MILK

      Reproduction, fertility and development
    68. MERLO GR; HYNES NE
      COOPERATION BETWEEN MUTANT P53 AND THE RAS, RAF, ERBB-2 AND FGF-3 ONCOGENES FOR TRANSFORMATION OF MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      International journal of oncology
    69. WALSH CT; NEVILLE MC
      EFFECTS OF XENOBIOTICS ON MILK SECRETION AND COMPOSITION

      Journal of nutritional biochemistry
    70. MERLO GR; VENESIO T; TAVERNA D; MARTE BM; CALLAHAN R; HYNES NE
      GROWTH SUPPRESSION OF NORMAL MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS BY WILD-TYPE P53

      Oncogene
    71. BROAD TE; BURKIN DJ; CAMBRIDGE LM; MAHER DW; LEWIS PE; ANSARI HA; PEARCE PD; JONES C
      7 LOCI ON HUMAN-CHROMOSOME-4 MAP ONTO SHEEP CHROMOSOME-6 - A PROPOSALTO RESTORE THE ORIGINAL NOMENCLATURE OF THIS SHEEP CHROMOSOME

      Mammalian genome
    72. UBERALL F; KAMPFER S; DOPPLER W; GRUNICKE HH
      ACTIVATION OF C-FOS EXPRESSION BY TRANSFORMING HA-RAS IN HC11 MOUSE MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS IS PKC-DEPENDENT AND MEDIATED BY THE SERUM RESPONSE ELEMENT

      Cellular signalling
    73. WELTE T; GARIMORTH K; PHILIPP S; DOPPLER W
      PROLACTIN-DEPENDENT ACTIVATION OF A TYROSINE-PHOSPHORYLATED DNA-BINDING FACTOR IN MOUSE MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Molecular endocrinology
    74. STEVENS AM; YULEE LY
      MULTIPLE PROLACTIN-RESPONSIVE ELEMENTS MEDIATE G1 AND S-PHASE EXPRESSION OF THE INTERFERON REGULATORY FACTOR-I GENE

      Molecular endocrinology
    75. GRONER B; ALTIOK S; MEIER V
      HORMONAL-REGULATION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR ACTIVITY IN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    76. GROENEN MAM; VANDERPOEL JJ
      REGULATION OF EXPRESSION OF MILK PROTEIN GENES - A REVIEW

      Livestock production science
    77. WAKAO H; GOUILLEUX F; GRONER B
      MAMMARY-GLAND FACTOR (MGF) IS A NOVEL MEMBER OF THE CYTOKINE REGULATED TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GENE FAMILY AND CONFERS THE PROLACTIN RESPONSE

      EMBO journal
    78. GOUILLEUX F; WAKAO H; MUNDT M; GRONER B
      PROLACTIN INDUCES PHOSPHORYLATION OF TYR694 OF STAT5 (MGF), A PREREQUISITE FOR DNA-BINDING AND INDUCTION OF TRANSCRIPTION

      EMBO journal
    79. HOUDEBINE LM
      PRODUCTION OF PHARMACEUTICAL PROTEINS FROM TRANSGENIC ANIMALS

      Journal of biotechnology
    80. HORSEMAN ND; YULEE LY
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION BY THE HELIX BUNDLE PEPTIDE-HORMONES - GROWTH-HORMONE, PROLACTIN, AND HEMATOPOIETIC CYTOKINES

      Endocrine reviews
    81. WADA T; DARCY KM; GUAN XP; IP MM
      PHORBOL 12-MYRISTATE 13-ACETATE STIMULATES PROLIFERATION AND DUCTAL MORPHOGENESIS AND INHIBITS FUNCTIONAL-DIFFERENTIATION OF NORMAL RAT MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS IN PRIMARY CULTURE

      Journal of cellular physiology
    82. WELTE T; PHILIPP S; CAIRNS C; GUSTAFSSON JA; DOPPLER W
      GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR-BINDING SITES IN THE PROMOTER REGION OF MILK PROTEIN GENES

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    83. LAMIAN V; GONZALEZ BY; MICHEL FJ; SIMMEN RCM
      NONCONSENSUS PROGESTERONE RESPONSE ELEMENTS MEDIATE THE PROGESTERONE-REGULATED ENDOMETRIAL EXPRESSION OF THE UTEROFERRIN GENE

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    84. BOUNIOL C; PRINTZ C; MERCIER JC
      BOVINE ALPHA(S2)-CASEIN-D IS GENERATED BY EXON-VIII SKIPPING

      Gene
    85. BLECK GT; BREMEL RD
      SEQUENCE AND SINGLE-BASE POLYMORPHISMS OF THE BOVINE ALPHA-LACTALBUMIN 5'-FLANKING REGION

      Gene
    86. MARTIN P; GROSCLAUDE F
      IMPROVEMENT OF MILK PROTEIN-QUALITY BY GENE TECHNOLOGY

      Livestock production science
    87. MERCIER JC; VILOTTE JL
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF MILK PROTEIN GENES

      Journal of dairy science


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