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    1. Kumamoto, H; Kinouchi, Y; Ooya, K
      Telomerase activity and telomerase reverse transcriptase (TERT) expressionin ameloblastomas

      JOURNAL OF ORAL PATHOLOGY & MEDICINE
    2. Luscher, B
      Function and regulation of the transcription factors of the Mye/Max/Mad network

      GENE
    3. Suhardja, A; Kovacs, K; Rutka, J
      Genetic basis of pituitary adenoma invasiveness: A review

      JOURNAL OF NEURO-ONCOLOGY
    4. Low, W; Harries, M; Ye, HT; Du, MQ; Boshoff, C; Collins, M
      Internal ribosome entry site regulates translation of Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus FLICE inhibitory protein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    5. Hermann, S; Berndt, KD; Wright, AP
      How transcriptional activators bind target proteins

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Ioannidis, P; Trangas, T; Dimitriadis, E; Samiotaki, M; Kyriazoglou, I; Tsiapalis, CM; Kittas, C; Agnantis, N; Nielsen, FC; Nielsen, J; Christiansen, J; Pandis, N
      C-myc and IGF-II mRNA-binding protein (CRD-BP/IMP-1) in benign and malignant mesenchymal tumors

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER
    7. Cho-Chung, YS
      Antisense and therapeutic oligonucleotides: toward a gene-targeting cancerclinic

      EXPERT OPINION ON THERAPEUTIC PATENTS
    8. Grandori, C; Cowley, SM; James, LP; Eisenman, RN
      The Myc/Max/Mad network and the transcriptional control of cell behavior

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. Drexler, HCA; Risau, W; Konerding, MA
      Inhibition of proteasome function induces programmes cell death in proliferating endothelial cells

      FASEB JOURNAL
    10. Hong, SL; O'Hagan, RC; Hou, H; Horner, JW; Lee, HW; DePinho, RA
      Essential role for Max in early embryonic growth and development

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    11. Sandhu, H; Dehnen, W; Roller, M; Abel, J; Unfried, K
      mRNA expression patterns in different stages of asbestos-induced carcinogenesis in rats

      CARCINOGENESIS
    12. Teng, CS
      Protooncogenes as mediators of apoptosis

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL. 197
    13. Langlois, NEI; Eremin, O; Heys, SD
      Apoptosis and prognosis in cancer: rationale and relevance

      JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF EDINBURGH
    14. Tepper, CG; Seldin, MF; Mudryj, M
      Fas-mediated apoptosis of proliferating, transiently growth-arrested, and senescent normal human fibroblasts

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    15. Heath, VJ; Gillespie, DAF; Crouch, DH
      Inhibition of the terminal stages of adipocyte differentiation by cMyc

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    16. Kam, PCA; Ferch, NI
      Apoptosis: mechanisms and clinical implications

      ANAESTHESIA
    17. Lee, ND; Chen, J; Shpall, RL; Naumovski, L
      Subcellular localization of interferon-inducible Myc/Stat-interacting protein Nmi is regulated by a novel IFP 35 homologous domain

      JOURNAL OF INTERFERON AND CYTOKINE RESEARCH
    18. Ramael, M; Nagels, J; Heylen, H; De Schepper, S; Paulussen, J; De Maeyer, M; Van Haesendonck, C
      Detection of SV40 like viral DNA and viral antigens in malignant pleural mesothelioma

      EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
    19. Shichiri, M; Kato, H; Doi, M; Marumo, F; Hirata, Y
      Induction of Max by adrenomedullin and calcitonin gene-related peptide antagonizes endothelial apoptosis

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    20. Kiya, T; Endo, T; Henmi, H; Goto, T; Kitajima, Y; Manase, K; Takahashi, S; Kudo, R
      The effects of growth hormone on corpus luteum of superovulated rats

      ENDOCRINE RESEARCH
    21. Lin, H; Blank, M; Goodman, R
      A magnetic field-responsive domain in the human HSP70 promoter

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    22. Cohen, SB; Zheng, GX; Heyman, HC; Stavnezer, E
      Heterodimers of the SnoN and Ski oncoproteins form preferentially over homodimers and are more potent transforming agents

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    23. Boyd, KE; Farnham, PJ
      Coexamination of site-specific transcription factor binding and promoter activity in living cells

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    24. Linden, R; Chiarini, LB
      Nuclear exclusion of transcription factors associated with apoptosis in developing nervous tissue

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    25. Ramael, M; Nagels, J
      Re. SV40-like DNA sequences in pleural mesothelioma, bronchopulmonary carcinoma and non-malignant pulmonary disease

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    26. Kuramoto, N; Ogita, K; Yoneda, Y
      Gene transcription through Myc family members in eukaryotic cells

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    27. ZHOU W; YE SH
      ACTIVATION OF CELLULAR ONCOGENES IN HUMAN-DIPLOID CELL STRAIN (KMB-13) CELLS BY SCOOTER EXHAUST PARTICULATE MATTER EMISSIONS

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health. Part A
    28. KASIBHATLA S; BRUNNER T; GENESTIER L; ECHEVERRI F; MAHBOUBI A; GREEN DR
      DNA-DAMAGING AGENTS INDUCE EXPRESSION OF FAS LIGAND AND SUBSEQUENT APOPTOSIS IN T-LYMPHOCYTES VIA THE ACTIVATION OF NF-KB AND AP-1

      MOLECULAR CELL
    29. WATANABE H; SHINOZAKI T; SHIBA S; SUZUKI H; TAKAGISHI K
      DEATH ACTIVATION DOES NOT STOP TUMOR-GROWTH - QUANTITATIVE EVIDENCE FOR CONCOMITANT ACTIVATION OF APOPTOSIS IN TUMOR-GROWTH IN-VITRO

      International journal of oncology
    30. QUEVA C; HURLIN PJ; FOLEY KP; EISENMAN RN
      SEQUENTIAL EXPRESSION OF THE MAD FAMILY OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSORSDURING DIFFERENTIATION AND DEVELOPMENT

      Oncogene
    31. YIN XY; GROVE L; PROCHOWNIK EV
      LACK OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION BY MAX HOMODIMERS

      Oncogene
    32. LIN AW; BARRADAS M; STONE JC; VANAELST L; SERRANO M; LOWE SW
      PREMATURE SENESCENCE INVOLVING P53 AND P16 IS ACTIVATED IN RESPONSE TO CONSTITUTIVE MEK MAPK MITOGENIC SIGNALING/

      Genes & development
    33. LIN H; HEAD M; BLANK M; HAN L; JIN M; GOODMAN R
      MYC-MEDIATED TRANSACTIVATION OF HSP70 EXPRESSION FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO MAGNETIC-FIELDS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    34. SCHULZ WA; JANKEVICIUS F; GERHARZ CD; KUSHIMA M; VANROEYEN C; BULTEL H; GOBELL P; SCHMITZDRAGER BJ
      PREDICTIVE VALUE OF MOLECULAR ALTERATIONS FOR THE PROGNOSIS OF UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA

      Cancer detection and prevention
    35. SCHREIBERAGUS N; DEPINHO RA
      REPRESSION BY THE MAD(MXI1)-SIN3 COMPLEX

      BioEssays
    36. HAWLEY SR; PENNINGTON SR
      ATTACHMENT STAINING - A NOVEL METHOD FOR FLOW CYTOMETRIC QUANTITATIONOF PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN LIMITED NUMBERS OF ADHERENT CELLS

      Cytometry
    37. BRANDTRAUF PW; PINCUS MR
      MOLECULAR MARKERS OF CARCINOGENESIS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    38. SOMMER A; BOUSSET K; KREMMER E; AUSTEN M; LUSCHER B
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SPECIFIC DNA-BINDING COMPLEXESCONTAINING MEMBERS OF THE MYC MAX/MAD NETWORK OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORS/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. JACKEL MC
      GENETIC-CONTROL OF PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH (APOPTOSIS) - PROSPECTS FOR BIOLOGICAL TUMOR STAGING

      HNO. Hals-, Nasen-, Ohrenarzte
    40. EASTON J; WEI T; LAHTI JM; KIDD VJ
      DISRUPTION OF THE CYCLIN-D CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE INK4 RETINOBLASTOMA PROTEIN REGULATORY PATHWAY IN HUMAN NEUROBLASTOMA

      Cancer research
    41. CHUNG JD; SINSKEY AJ; STEPHANOPOULOS G
      GROWTH-FACTOR AND BCL-2 MEDIATED SURVIVAL DURING ABORTIVE PROLIFERATION OF HYBRIDOMA CELL-LINE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    42. BROWNLIE P; CESKA TA; LAMERS M; ROMIER C; STIER G; TEO H; SUCK D
      THE CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF AN INTACT HUMAN MAX-DNA COMPLEX - NEW INSIGHTS INTO MECHANISMS OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL

      Structure
    43. LARSSON LG; BAHRAM F; BURKHARDT H; LUSCHER B
      ANALYSIS OF THE DNA-BINDING ACTIVITIES OF MYC MAX/MAD NETWORK COMPLEXES DURING INDUCED-DIFFERENTIATION OF U-937 MONOBLASTS AND F9 TERATOCARCINOMA CELLS/

      Oncogene
    44. TAIRA T; NARITA T; IGUCHIARIGA SMM; ARIGA H
      A NOVEL G(1)-SPECIFIC ENHANCER IDENTIFIED IN THE HUMAN HEAT-SHOCK-PROTEIN-70 GENE

      Nucleic acids research
    45. VITALE M; ZAMAI L; FALCIERI E; ZAULI G; GOBBI P; SANTI S; CINTI C; WEBER G
      IMP DEHYDROGENASE INHIBITOR, TIAZOFURIN, INDUCES APOPTOSIS IN K562 HUMAN ERYTHROLEUKEMIA-CELLS

      Cytometry
    46. LIAO Y; TANG ZY; LIU KD; YE SL; HUANG Z
      APOPTOSIS OF HUMAN BEL-7402 HEPATOCELLULAR-CARCINOMA CELLS RELEASED BY ANTISENSE H-RAS DNA - IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO STUDIES

      Journal of cancer research and clinical oncology
    47. ENGELHARD HH; DUNCAN HA; DALCANTO M
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF GLIOBLASTOMA CELL-DIFFERENTIATION

      Neurosurgery
    48. BRANDTRAUF PW
      BIOMARKERS OF GENE-EXPRESSION - GROWTH-FACTORS AND ONCOPROTEINS

      Environmental health perspectives
    49. NISHIO E; WATANABE Y
      NO INDUCED APOPTOSIS ACCOMPANYING THE CHANGE OF ONCOPROTEIN EXPRESSION AND THE ACTIVATION OF CPP32 PROTEASE

      Life sciences
    50. ZHANG H; FAN SJ; PROCHOWNIK EV
      DISTINCT ROLES FOR MAX PROTEIN ISOFORMS IN PROLIFERATION AND APOPTOSIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    51. BRENNAND DM; SCULLY MF; KAKKAR VV; PATEL G
      A CYCLIC PEPTIDE ANALOG OF LOOP-III OF PDGF-BB CAUSES APOPTOSIS IN HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      FEBS letters
    52. WECHSLER DS; SHELLY CA; PETROFF CA; DANG CV
      MXI1, A PUTATIVE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE, SUPPRESSES GROWTH OF HUMAN GLIOBLASTOMA CELLS

      Cancer research
    53. TENNISWOOD M
      APOPTOSIS, TUMOR INVASION AND PROSTATE-CANCER

      British Journal of Urology
    54. CHANG TC; TSAI LC; HUNG MW; CHU LL; CHU JT; CHEN YC
      EFFECTS OF TRANSCRIPTION AND TRANSLATION INHIBITORS ON A HUMAN GASTRIC-CARCINOMA CELL-LINE - POTENTIAL ROLE OF BCL-X-S IN APOPTOSIS TRIGGERED BY THESE INHIBITORS

      Biochemical pharmacology
    55. SCHWEMMLE S; DEGRAAFF E; DEISSLER H; GLASER D; WOHRLE D; KENNERKNECHT I; JUST W; OOSTRA BA; DORFLER W; VOGEL W; STEINBACH P
      CHARACTERIZATION OF FMR1 PROMOTER ELEMENTS BY IN-VIVO - FOOTPRINTING ANALYSIS

      American journal of human genetics
    56. SHIBATA Y; NISHIMURA S; OKUYAMA A; NAKAMURA T
      P53-INDEPENDENT INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS BY CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE INHIBITION

      Cell growth & differentiation
    57. YOSHIDA Y; ANZAI N; KAWABATA H
      APOPTOSIS IN NORMAL AND NEOPLASTIC HEMATOPOIESIS

      Critical reviews in oncology/hematology
    58. TULCHIN N; ORNSTEIN L; BLEIWEISS IJ; DIKMAN S; CARDIFF RD
      IMMUNOHISTOLOGIC C-MYC PROTEIN IN BENIGN BREAST DISEASE AND CANCER

      International journal of oncology
    59. LITTLEWOOD T; MCCARTHY N; WHYTE M; PELENGARIS S; JAMES C; EVAN G
      CONTROLLABLE GENETIC MANIPULATION OF APOPTOSIS OF CELLS IN CULTURE

      Cytotechnology
    60. HAN JH; SABBATINI P; PEREZ D; RAO L; MODHA D; WHITE E
      THE E1B 19K PROTEIN BLOCKS APOPTOSIS BY INTERACTING WITH AND INHIBITING THE P53-INDUCIBLE AND DEATH-PROMOTING BAX PROTEIN

      Genes & development
    61. NIEMANN G; VONBESSER H; WALTER RD
      PANAGRELLUS REDIVIVUS ORNITHINE DECARBOXYLASE - STRUCTURE OF THE GENE, EXPRESSION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RECOMBINANT PROTEIN

      Biochemical journal
    62. LADEROUTE MP
      ALTERATIONS IN P53 DO NOT CORRELATE WITH RADIORESISTANT DNA-SYNTHESIS

      Anticancer research
    63. AKIYAMA H; KANAI S; HIRANO M; KUMEI Y; SHIMOKAWA H; KATANO H; HARA E; SONG SL; MUKAI C; NAGAOKA S
      AN IMPROVED QUANTITATIVE RT-PCR FLUORESCENT METHOD FOR ANALYSIS OF GENE TRANSCRIPTS IN THE STS-65 SPACE-SHUTTLE EXPERIMENT

      Journal of biotechnology
    64. NEURATH MF; ZUMBUSCHENFELDE KHM
      TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS OF T-LYMPHOCYTE AND B-LYMPHOCYTE - BASIC RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PERSPECTIVES FOR GASTROENTEROLOGY

      Zeitschrift fur Gastroenterologie
    65. LUO X; SAWADOGO M
      ANTIPROLIFERATIVE PROPERTIES OF THE USF FAMILY OF HELIX-LOOP-HELIX TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    66. REDDY DS
      ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES - A NEW CLASS OF POTENTIAL ANTI-AIDS AND ANTICANCER DRUGS

      Medicamentos de actualidad
    67. JAGGI R; MARTI A; GUO K; FENG ZW; FRIIS RR
      REGULATION OF A PHYSIOLOGICAL APOPTOSIS - MOUSE MAMMARY INVOLUTION

      Journal of dairy science
    68. SHOJI Y; SAEGUSA M; TAKANO Y; OHBU M; OKAYASU I
      CORRELATION OF APOPTOSIS WITH TUMOR-CELL DIFFERENTIATION, PROGRESSION, AND HPV INFECTION IN CERVICAL-CARCINOMA

      Journal of Clinical Pathology
    69. WANG DG; BARROS AAB; JOHNSTON CF; BUCHANAN KD
      ONCOGENE EXPRESSION IN CAROTID-BODY TUMORS

      Cancer
    70. MARTI A; FENG ZW; JEHN B; DJONOV V; CHICAIZA G; ALTERMATT HJ; JAGGI R
      EXPRESSION AND ACTIVITY OF CELL-CYCLE REGULATORS DURING PROLIFERATIONAND PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH IN THE MAMMARY-GLAND

      Cell death and differentiation
    71. TOBIAS KE; KAHANA C
      EXPOSURE TO ORNITHINE RESULTS IN EXCESSIVE ACCUMULATION OF PUTRESCINEAND APOPTOTIC CELL-DEATH IN ORNITHINE DECARBOXYLASE OVERPRODUCING MOUSE MYELOMA CELLS

      Cell growth & differentiation
    72. TULCHIN N; LEE FS; ORNSTEIN L; STRAUCHEN JA; CARDIFF RD
      C-MYC PROTEIN DISTRIBUTION - MAMMARY ADENOCARCINOMAS OF MTV MYC TRANSGENIC MICE/

      International journal of oncology
    73. SMITH MR; ABUBAKR Y; MOHAMMAD R; XIE T; HAMDAN M; ALKATIB A
      ANTISENSE OLIGODEOXYRIBONUCLEOTIDE DOWN-REGULATION OF BCL-2 GENE-EXPRESSION INHIBITS GROWTH OF THE LOW-GRADE NON-HODGKINS-LYMPHOMA CELL-LINE WSU-FSCCL

      Cancer gene therapy
    74. NUMOTO M; YOKORO K; YANAGIHARA K; KAMIYA K; NIWA O
      OVER-EXPRESSED ZF5 GENE-PRODUCT, A C-MYC-BINDING PROTEIN RELATED TO GL1-KRUPPEL PROTEIN, HAS A GROWTH-SUPPRESSIVE ACTIVITY IN MOUSE-CELL LINES

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    75. ALBAROSA R; DIDONATO S; FINOCCHIARO G
      REDEFINITION OF THE CODING SEQUENCE OF THE MXI1 GENE AND IDENTIFICATION OF A POLYMORPHIC REPEAT IN THE 3' NONCODING REGION THAT ALLOWS THE DETECTION OF LOSS OF HETEROZYGOSITY OF CHROMOSOME 10Q25 IN GLIOBLASTOMAS

      Human genetics
    76. KERKHOFF E; ZIFF EB
      DEREGULATED MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION DURING T-CELL APOPTOSIS

      Nucleic acids research
    77. MCCONKEY DJ; FERNANDEZ A; TRENT J; ANANTHASWAMY HN
      ONCOGENE REGULATION OF ENDONUCLEASE ACTIVATION IN APOPTOSIS

      Cancer letters
    78. PATEL T; GORES GJ
      APOPTOSIS AND HEPATOBILIARY DISEASE

      Hepatology
    79. HOCKENBERY DM
      BCL-2, A NOVEL REGULATOR OF CELL-DEATH

      BioEssays
    80. JANS DA
      THE REGULATION OF PROTEIN-TRANSPORT TO THE NUCLEUS BY PHOSPHORYLATION

      Biochemical journal
    81. GJERTSEN BT; DOSKELAND SO
      PROTEIN-PHOSPHORYLATION IN APOPTOSIS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    82. ZERVOS AS; FACCIO L; GATTO JP; KYRIAKIS JM; BRENT R
      MXI2, A MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE THAT RECOGNIZES AND PHOSPHORYLATES MAX PROTEIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    83. VASTRIK I; KAIPAINEN A; PENTTILA TL; LYMBOUSSAKIS A; ALITALO R; PARVINEN M; ALITALO K
      EXPRESSION OF THE MAD GENE DURING CELL-DIFFERENTIATION IN-VIVO AND ITS INHIBITION OF CELL-GROWTH IN-VITRO

      The Journal of cell biology
    84. NISHIKAWA Y; CARR BI; WANG M; KAR S; FINN F; DOWD P; ZHENG ZB; KERNS J; NAGANATHAN S
      GROWTH-INHIBITION OF HEPATOMA-CELLS INDUCED BY VITAMIN-K AND ITS ANALOGS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    85. SWANSON HI; CHAN WK; BRADFIELD CA
      DNA-BINDING SPECIFICITIES AND PAIRING RULES OF THE AH RECEPTOR, ARNT,AND SIM PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    86. GRAND RJA; MILNER AE; MUSTOE T; JOHNSON GD; OWEN D; GRANT ML; GREGORY CD
      A NOVEL PROTEIN EXPRESSED IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS UNDERGOING APOPTOSIS

      Experimental cell research
    87. BENNETT MR; EVAN GI; SCHWARTZ SM
      APOPTOSIS OF RAT VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS IS REGULATED BY P53-DEPENDENT AND P53-INDEPENDENT PATHWAYS

      Circulation research
    88. SHI YF; FRANKEL A; RADVANYI LG; PENN LZ; MILLER RG; MILLS GB
      RAPAMYCIN ENHANCES APOPTOSIS AND INCREASES SENSITIVITY TO CISPLATIN IN-VITRO

      Cancer research
    89. MOOY CM; LUYTEN GPM; DEJONG PTVM; LUIDER TM; STIJNEN T; VANDEHAM F; VANVROONHOVEN CCJ; BOSMAN FT
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL AND PROGNOSTIC ANALYSIS OF APOPTOSIS AND PROLIFERATION IN UVEAL MELANOMA

      The American journal of pathology
    90. AFONSO CL; GALBRAITH DW
      THE CALLUS ASSOCIATED PROTEIN (CAP) GENE OF NICOTIANA-TABACUM - ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND EVIDENCE FOR POSSIBLE FUNCTION AS A TRANSCRIPTIONAL FACTOR

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Plant
    91. KUMAKURA S; ISHIKURA H; TSUMURA H; HAYASHI H; ENDO J; TSUNEMATSU T
      C-MYC PROTEIN EXPRESSION DURING CELL-CYCLE PHASES IN DIFFERENTIATING HL-60 CELLS

      Leukemia & lymphoma
    92. RAY RB; SHEIKH SM; FONTANA JA; MILLER DM
      HUMAN BREAST-CARCINOMA CELLS SHOW CORRELATION IN EXPRESSION OF C-MYC ONCOGENE AND THE C-MYC BINDING-PROTEIN (MBP-1)

      International journal of oncology
    93. RAY RB; SHRESTHA K; MILLER DM
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CDNA CLONE SHOWING C-MYC BINDING-ACTIVITY

      International journal of oncology
    94. MIKULSKI SM
      PATHOGENESIS OF CANCER IN VIEW OF MUTUALLY OPPOSING APOPTOTIC AND ANTI-APOPTOTIC GROWTH SIGNALS

      International journal of oncology
    95. HEMESATH TJ; STEINGRIMSSON E; MCGILL G; HANSEN MJ; VAUGHT J; HODGKINSON CA; ARNHEITER H; COPELAND NG; JENKINS NA; FISHER DE
      MICROPHTHALMIA, A CRITICAL FACTOR IN MELANOCYTE DEVELOPMENT, DEFINES A DISCRETE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR FAMILY

      Genes & development
    96. WATERS CM; MOSER W; WALKINSHAW G; MITCHELL IJ
      DEATH OF NEURONS IN THE NEONATAL RODENT AND PRIMATE GLOBUS-PALLIDUS OCCURS BY A MECHANISM OF APOPTOSIS

      Neuroscience
    97. HANNAH S; COTTER TG; WYLLIE AH; HASLETT C
      THE ROLE OF ONCOGENE PRODUCTS IN NEUTROPHIL APOPTOSIS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    98. RAGHAVAN R; HARRISON D; INCE PG; JAMES RA; DANIELS M; BIRCH P; CALDWELL GI; KENDALLTAYLOR P
      ONCOPROTEIN IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN HUMAN PITUITARY-TUMORS

      Clinical endocrinology
    99. ARTANDI SE; COOPER C; SHRIVASTAVA A; CALAME K
      THE BASIC HELIX-LOOP-HELIX-ZIPPER DOMAIN OF TFE3 MEDIATES ENHANCER-PROMOTER INTERACTION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    100. PELEG Y; METZENBERG RL
      ANALYSIS OF THE DNA-BINDING AND DIMERIZATION ACTIVITIES OF NEUROSPORA-CRASSA TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR NUC-1

      Molecular and cellular biology


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