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    1. Krauchenco, S; Silva, JA; Nagem, RAP; Neto, JRB; Forrer, VP; Ferreira, RCE; Macedo, MLR; Novello, JC; Marangoni, S; Polikarpov, I
      Crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffraction analysis of a novel trypsin inhibitor from seeds of Copaifera langsdorffii

      ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
    2. Dittmann, KH; Gueven, N; Mayer, C; Rodemann, HP
      Characterization of the amino acids essential for the photo- and radioprotective effects of a Bowman-Birk protease inhibitor-derived nonapeptide

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    3. Hu, GL; Chiang, H; Zeng, QL; Fu, YD
      ELF magnetic field inhibits gap junctional intercellular communication andinduces hyperphosphorylation of connexin43 in NIH3T3 cells

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    4. Syljuasen, RG; Krolewski, B; Little, JB
      Molecular events in radiation transformation

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    5. Kerzee, JK; Ramos, KS
      Constitutive and inducible expression of Cyp1a1 and Cyp1b1 in vascular smooth muscle cells - Role of the Ahr bHLH/PAS transcription factor

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    6. Armstrong, WB; Kennedy, AR; Wan, XS; Taylor, TH; Nguyen, QA; Jensen, J; Thompson, W; Lagerberg, W; Meyskens, FL
      Clinical modulation of oral leukoplakia and protease activity by Bowman-Birk inhibitor concentrate in a phase IIa chemoprevention trial

      CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
    7. Peyre, HM; Coffigny, H; Reillaudou, M; Beaumatin, J; Morin, M; Luccioni, C
      Transformation by radiation of rat foetal glial cells

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY
    8. Brylawski, BP; Cohen, SM; Longmire, JL; Doggett, NA; Cordeiro-Stone, M; Kaufman, DG
      Construction of a cosmid library of DNA replicated early in the S phase ofnormal human fibroblasts

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    9. Tsuchiya, T; Kato-Masatsuji, E; Tsuzuki, T; Umeda, M
      Anti-transforming nature of ascorbic acid and its derivatives examined by two-stage cell transformation using BALB/c 3T3 cells

      CANCER LETTERS
    10. Griffin, GD; Khalaf, W; Hayden, KE; Miller, EJ; Dowray, VR; Creekmore, AL; Carruthers, CW; Williams, MW; Gailey, PC
      Power frequency magnetic field exposure and gap junctional communication in Clone 9 cells

      BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY
    11. Little, JB
      Radiation carcinogenesis

      CARCINOGENESIS
    12. Roy, K; Kodama, S; Suzuki, K; Fukase, K; Watanabe, M
      Hypoxia relieves X-ray-induced delayed effects in normal human embryo cells

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    13. Griffin, GD; Williams, MW; Gailey, PC
      Cellular communication in clone 9 cells exposed to magnetic fields

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    14. Djurhuus, R; Svardal, AM; Thorsen, E
      Glutathione in the cellular defense of human lung cells exposed to hyperoxia and high pressure

      UNDERSEA & HYPERBARIC MEDICINE
    15. Hill, CK; Williams-Hill, D
      Neutron carcinogenesis: Past, present, and future

      JOURNAL OF RADIATION RESEARCH
    16. Vaccari, M; Argnani, A; Horn, W; Silingardi, P; Giungi, M; Mascolo, MG; Bartoli, S; Grilli, S; Colacci, A
      Effects of the protease inhibitor antipain on cell malignant transformation

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    17. Foehr, MW; Tomei, LD; Goddard, JG; Pemberton, PA; Bathurst, IC
      Antiapoptotic activity of the Bowman-Birk inhibitor can be attributed to copurified phospholipids

      NUTRITION AND CANCER-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
    18. Lehane, MM; Bryant, PE; Riches, AC; Allen, LA; Briscoe, CV; Melville, J; Mill, AJ
      Pu-238 alpha-particle-induced C3H10T1/2 transformants are less tumorigenicthan the X-ray-induced equivalent

      CARCINOGENESIS
    19. Zhao, YL; Johnson, PG; Jahreis, GP; Hui, SW
      Increased DNA synthesis in INIT/10T1/2 cells after exposure to a 60 Hz magnetic field: A magnetic-field or a thermal effect?

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    20. Eltom, SE; Zhang, LY; Jefcoate, CR
      Regulation of cytochrome P-450 (CYP) 1B1 in mouse hepa-1 variant cell lines: A possible role for aryl hydrocarbon receptor nuclear translocator (ARNT) as a suppressor of CYP1B1 gene expression

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    21. DURANTE M; CELLA L; FURUSAWA Y; GEORGE K; GIALANELLA G; GROSSI G; PUGLIESE M; SAITO M; YANG TC
      THE EFFECT OF TRACK STRUCTURE ON THE INDUCTION OF CHROMOSOMAL-ABERRATIONS IN MURINE CELLS

      International journal of radiation biology
    22. CROMPTON NEA
      PROGRAMMED CELLULAR-RESPONSE IN RADIATION ONCOLOGY - BASIC AND TRANSLATIONAL STUDIES

      Acta oncologica
    23. WANG CJ; HUANG HP; LEE MJ; LIN YL; LIN WL; CHANG WC
      PROMOTIONAL EFFECT OF NITROSO-N-(3-KETO-1,2-BUTANEDIOL)-3'-NITROTYRAMINE (A NITROSATED MAILLARD REACTION-PRODUCT) IN MOUSE FIBROBLAST CELLS

      Food and chemical toxicology
    24. KENNEDY AR
      CHEMOPREVENTIVE AGENTS - PROTEASE INHIBITORS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    25. SUZUKI K; KODAMA S; WATANABE M
      SUPPRESSIVE EFFECT OF LOW-DOSE PREIRRADIATION ON GENETIC INSTABILITY INDUCED BY X-RAYS IN NORMAL HUMAN EMBRYONIC-CELLS

      Radiation research
    26. SUZUKI K; TAKAHARA R; KODAMA S; WATANABE M
      IN-SITU DETECTION OF CHROMOSOME BRIDGE FORMATION AND DELAYED REPRODUCTIVE DEATH IN NORMAL HUMAN EMBRYONIC-CELLS SURVIVING X-IRRADIATION

      Radiation research
    27. REGULLA DF; HIEBER LB; SEIDENBUSCH M
      PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL INTERFACE DOSE EFFECTS IN TISSUE DUE TO X-RAY-INDUCED RELEASE OF SECONDARY RADIATION FROM METALLIC GOLD SURFACES

      Radiation research
    28. BRAKE PB; ZHANG LY; JEFCOATE CR
      ARYL-HYDROCARBON RECEPTOR REGULATION OF CYTOCHROME P4501B1 IN RAT MAMMARY FIBROBLASTS - EVIDENCE FOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION BY GLUCOCORTICOIDS

      Molecular pharmacology
    29. Kennedy, AR
      The Bowman-Birk inhibitor from soybeans as an anticarcinogenic agent

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    30. NADADUR SS; LISCIANDRO K; MUDIPALLI A; MACCUBBIN AE; FALETTO MB; GURTOO HL
      ALTERED BIOCHEMICAL PROFILE AND GENE-EXPRESSION IN AFLATOXIN B-1-TRANSFORMED C3H10T1 2 CELLS/

      International journal of oncology
    31. RICHES AC; HERCEG Z; BRYANT PE; STEVENS DL; GOODHEAD DT
      RADIATION-INDUCED TRANSFORMATION OF SV40-IMMORTALIZED HUMAN THYROID EPITHELIAL-CELLS BY SINGLE EXPOSURE TO PLUTONIUM ALPHA-PARTICLES IN-VITRO

      International journal of radiation biology
    32. BETTEGA D; CALZOLARI P; PIAZZOLLA A; TALLONE L; REDPATH JL
      ALPHA-PARTICLE-INDUCED NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION IN SYNCHRONIZED HYBRID-CELLS OF HELA AND HUMAN SKIN FIBROBLASTS

      International journal of radiation biology
    33. SUZUKI K
      MULTISTEP NATURE OF X-RAY-INDUCED NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS - GENETIC ALTERATIONS AND INSTABILITY

      Journal of radiation research
    34. HARRISON GH; BALCERKUBICZEK EK; SHI ZM; ZHANG YF; MCCREADY WA; DAVIS CC
      KINETICS OF GENE-EXPRESSION FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO 60 HZ, 2 MT MAGNETIC-FIELDS IN 3 HUMAN CELL-LINES

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    35. SCOTT BR
      A MECHANISTIC MODEL FOR NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION OF CELLS BY HIGH-LET RADIATION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR LOW-DOSE, LOW-DOSE RATE, RISK ASSESSMENT

      Radiation protection dosimetry
    36. ALKHARAM AS; WATT DE
      RISK SCALING FACTORS FROM INACTIVATION TO CHROMOSOME-ABERRATIONS, MUTATIONS AND ONCOGENIC TRANSFORMATIONS IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Radiation protection dosimetry
    37. SHIMADA T; GILLAM EMJ; SUTTER TR; STRICKLAND PT; GUENGERICH FP; YAMAZAKI H
      OXIDATION OF XENOBIOTICS BY RECOMBINANT HUMAN CYTOCHROME-P450 1B1

      Drug metabolism and disposition
    38. SIGG M; CROMPTON NEA; BURKART W
      ENHANCED NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION IN AN INHOMOGENEOUS RADIATION-FIELD - AN EFFECT OF THE PRESENCE OF HEAVILY DAMAGED CELLS

      Radiation research
    39. DAHLE J; KAALHUS O; MOAN J; STEEN HB
      COOPERATIVE EFFECTS OF PHOTODYNAMIC TREATMENT OF CELLS IN MICROCOLONIES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    40. HUANG CS; MA WY; RYAN CA; DONG ZG
      PROTEINASE-INHIBITOR-I AND PROTEINASE-INHIBITOR-II FROM POTATOES SPECIFICALLY BLOCK UV-INDUCED ACTIVATOR PROTEIN-1 ACTIVATION THROUGH A PATHWAY THAT IS INDEPENDENT OF EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-REGULATED KINASES, C-JUN N-TERMINAL KINASES, AND P38 KINASE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    41. ALEXANDER DL; ELTOM SE; JEFCOATE CR
      AH RECEPTOR REGULATION OF CYP1B1 EXPRESSION IN PRIMARY MOUSE EMBRYO-DERIVED CELLS

      Cancer research
    42. SAVAS U; CARSTENS CP; JEFCOATE CR
      BIOLOGICAL OXIDATIONS AND P450 REACTIONS - RECOMBINANT MOUSE CYP1B1 EXPRESSED IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI EXHIBITS SELECTIVE BINDING BY POLYCYCLIC-HYDROCARBONS AND METABOLISM WHICH PARALLELS C3H10T1 2 CELL MICROSOMES,BUT DIFFERS FROM HUMAN RECOMBINANT CYP1B1/

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    43. PAZZAGLIA S; SARAN A; PARISET L; REBESSI S; DIMAJO V; COPPOLA M; COVELLI V
      SENSITIVITY OF C3H10T1 2 CELLS TO RADIATION-INDUCED KILLING AND NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION AS A FUNCTION OF CELL-CYCLE/

      International journal of radiation biology
    44. ZARETZKY AN; LEGUIZAMON CA
      THE ALGEBRAIC RELATIONAL THEORY IN THE ANALYSIS OF THE REVERSIBILITY OF BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES BECOMING MALIGNANT

      Mathematical and computer modelling
    45. CLAWSON GA
      PROTEASE INHIBITORS AND CARCINOGENESIS - A REVIEW

      Cancer investigation
    46. KOWALSKI LA; TSANG SS; DAVISON AJ
      ARSENIC AND CHROMIUM ENHANCE TRANSFORMATION OF BOVINE PAPILLOMAVIRUS DNA-TRANSFECTED C3H 10T1/2 CELLS/

      Cancer letters
    47. SAFFER JD; PHILLIPS JL
      EVALUATING THE BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF IN-VITRO STUDIES IN BIOELECTROMAGNETICS

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    48. BALCERKUBICZEK EK; ZHANG XF; HARRISON GH; MCCREADY WA; SHI ZM; HAN LH; ABRAHAM JM; AMPEY LL; MELTZER SJ; JACOBS MC; DAVIS CC
      RODENT CELL-TRANSFORMATION AND IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENE-EXPRESSION FOLLOWING 60-HZ MAGNETIC-FIELD EXPOSURE

      Environmental health perspectives
    49. YAKOVLEV A; POLIG E
      A DIVERSITY OF RESPONSES DISPLAYED BY A STOCHASTIC-MODEL OF RADIATIONCARCINOGENESIS ALLOWING FOR CELL-DEATH

      Mathematical biosciences
    50. KOLMAN A; HARMSRINGDAHL M
      RADIATION-INDUCED NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION OF STATIONARY-PHASE C3H 10T1/2 CELLS IN RESPONSE TO DIFFERENT DOSE-RATES AND TO POSTIRRADIATIONTREATMENT WITH TUMOR PROMOTER/

      Chemico-biological interactions
    51. ELKIND MM
      ENHANCED RISKS OF CANCER FROM PROTRACTED EXPOSURES TO X-RAYS OR GAMMA-RAYS - A RADIOBIOLOGICAL MODEL OF RADIATION-INDUCED BREAST-CANCER

      British Journal of Cancer
    52. LITTLE JB; LI C; NAGASAWA H; PFENNING T; VETROVS H
      GENOMIC INSTABILITY AND RADIATION MUTAGENESIS

      Journal de chimie physique et de physico-chimie biologique
    53. WANG CJ; HUANG HP; TSENG TH; LIN YL; SHIOW SJ
      N-NITROSO-N-(3-KETO-1,2 BUTANEDIOL)-3'-NITROTYRAMINE - A NEW GENOTOXIC AGENT DERIVED FROM THE REACTION OF TYROSINE AND GLUCOSE IN THE PRESENCE OF SODIUM-NITRITE

      Archives of toxicology
    54. DURANTE M; GROSSI GF; GIALANELLA G; PUGLIESE M; NAPPO M; YANG TC
      EFFECTS OF ALPHA-PARTICLES ON SURVIAL AND CHROMOSOMAL-ABERRATIONS IN HUMAN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Radiation and environmental biophysics
    55. BALCERKUBICZEK EK; YIN J; LIN K; HARRISON GH; ABRAHAM JM; MELTZER SJ
      P53 MUTATIONAL STATUS AND SURVIVAL OF HUMAN BREAST-CANCER MCF-7 CELL VARIANTS AFTER EXPOSURE TO X-RAYS OR FISSION NEUTRONS

      Radiation research
    56. MARTIN SG; MILLER RC; GEARD CR; HALL EJ
      THE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTIVENESS OF RADON-PROGENY ALPHA-PARTICLES .4. MORPHOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION OF SYRIAN-HAMSTER EMBRYO CELLS AT LOW-DOSES

      Radiation research
    57. REDPATH JL; ANTONIONO RJ; SUN C; GERSTENBERG HM; BLAKELY WF
      LATE MITOSIS EARLY G(1)-PHASE AND MID-G(1)-PHASE ARE NOT HYPERSENSITIVE CELL-CYCLE PHASES FOR NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION OF HELA X SKIN FIBROBLAST HUMAN HYBRID-CELLS INDUCED BY FISSION-SPECTRUM NEUTRONS

      Radiation research
    58. RUBIN H; YAO A; CHOW M
      NEOPLASTIC DEVELOPMENT - PARADOXICAL RELATION BETWEEN IMPAIRED CELL-GROWTH AT LOW POPULATION-DENSITY AND EXCESSIVE GROWTH AT HIGH-DENSITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    59. RUBIN H; YAO A; CHOW M
      HERITABLE, POPULATION-WIDE DAMAGE TO CELLS AS THE DRIVING-FORCE OF NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    60. EKRAMI H; KENNEDY AR; SHEN WC
      DISPOSITION OF POSITIVELY CHARGED BOWMAN-BIRK PROTEASE INHIBITOR CONJUGATES IN MICE - INFLUENCE OF PROTEIN CONJUGATE CHARGE-DENSITY AND SIZE ON LUNG TARGETING

      Journal of pharmaceutical sciences
    61. KENNEDY AR
      THE EVIDENCE FOR SOYBEAN PRODUCTS AS CANCER PREVENTIVE AGENTS

      The Journal of nutrition
    62. WAN XS; KOCH CJ; LORD EM; MANZONE H; BILLINGS PC; DONAHUE JJ; ODELL CS; MILLER JH; SCHMIDT NA; KENNEDY AR
      MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES DIFFERENTIALLY REACTIVE WITH NATIVE AND REDUCTIVELY MODIFIED BOWMAN-BIRK PROTEASE INHIBITOR

      Journal of immunological methods
    63. EKRAMI HM; KENNEDY AR; SHEN WC
      WATER-SOLUBLE FATTY-ACID DERIVATIVES AS ACYLATING AGENTS FOR REVERSIBLE LIPIDIZATION OF POLYPEPTIDES

      FEBS letters
    64. CLARK WH; GOLDSTEIN AM; TUCKER MA
      PROSPECTIVES FOR CUTANEOUS MALIGNANT-MELANOMA CONSIDERATIONS OF THE PRECURSOR STATE AND HERITABILITY

      British Medical Bulletin
    65. KENNEDY SH; MANEVICH Y; BIAGLOW J
      BENZOYL PEROXIDE ACTS AS A PROMOTER OF RADIATION-INDUCED MALIGNANT TRANSFORMATION IN-VITRO

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    66. BANERJI AP; FERNANDES AO
      FIELD BEAN PROTEASE INHIBITOR PREPARATION, UNLIKE METHOTREXATE, CAN COMPLETELY SUPPRESS YOSHIDA SARCOMA TUMOR IN RATS

      Cell biology international
    67. RICHES AC; HERCEG Z; BRYANT PE; WYNFORDTHOMAS D
      RADIATION-INDUCED TRANSFORMATION OF SV40-IMMORTALIZED HUMAN THYROID EPITHELIAL-CELLS BY SINGLE AND FRACTIONATED EXPOSURE TO GAMMA-IRRADIATION IN-VITRO

      International journal of radiation biology
    68. BALCERKUBICZEK EK; HARRISON GH; TORRES BA; MCCREADY WA
      APPLICATION OF THE CONSTANT EXPOSURE TIME TECHNIQUE TO TRANSFORMATIONEXPERIMENTS WITH FISSION NEUTRONS - FAILURE TO DEMONSTRATE DOSE-RATE DEPENDENCE

      International journal of radiation biology
    69. SCHMIDT J; HEERMEIER K; LINZNER U; LUZ A; SILBERMANN M; LIVNE E; ERFLE V
      OSTEOSARCOMAGENIC DOSES OF RADIUM (RA-224) AND INFECTIOUS ENDOGENOUS RETROVIRUSES ENHANCE PROLIFERATION AND OSTEOPENIC DIFFERENTIATION OF SKELETAL TISSUE DIFFERENTIATING IN-VITRO

      Radiation and environmental biophysics
    70. DAS S; MUKHOPADHYAY P
      PROTEASE INHIBITORS IN CHEMOPREVENTION OF CANCER - AN OVERVIEW

      Acta oncologica
    71. SMITH JW; JACKSON WE; CLARK EP; RAAPHORST GP
      ONCOGENIC POTENTIAL OF HYPERTHERMIA IN COMBINATION WITH RADIATION

      International journal of hyperthermia
    72. KOLMAN A; DUSINSKA M; SLAMENOVA D
      IN-VITRO TRANSFORMATION OF C3H 10T1/2 AND SHE CELLS BY PROPYLENE-OXIDE AND EPICHLOROHYDRIN/

      ATLA. Alternatives to laboratory animals
    73. JANIK P; SZANIAWSKA B; KOWALCZYK D; MILOSZEWSKA J
      THE EFFECT OF PHORBOL ESTER TREATMENT ON MIGRATION OF C3H 10T1 2 AND BT5C GLIOMA-CELLS - POSSIBLE APPLICATION TO CARCINOGENESIS/

      Journal of cancer research and clinical oncology
    74. DURANTE M; GROSSI GF; PUGLIESE M; MANTI L; NAPPO M; GIALANELLA G
      SINGLE CHARGED-PARTICLE DAMAGE TO LIVING CELLS - A NEW METHOD BASED ON TRACK-ETCH DETECTORS

      Nuclear instruments & methods in physics research. Section B, Beam interactions with materials and atoms
    75. NICKELS JT; SCHEPIS LT; YAVELOW J
      PARTIAL-PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF A SERINE-PROTEASE FROM TRANSFORMED C3H 10T1/2 CELLS/

      Journal of food biochemistry
    76. COLEMAN WB; THRONEBURG DB; GRISHAM JW; SMITH GJ
      OVEREXPRESSION OF C-K-RAS, C-N-RAS AND TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA CO-SEGREGATE WITH TUMORIGENICITY IN MORPHOLOGICALLY TRANSFORMED C3H-10T1 2 CELL-LINES/

      Carcinogenesis
    77. LITTLE JB
      CHANGING VIEWS OF CELLULAR RADIOSENSITIVITY

      Radiation research
    78. LING CC; WEISS H; STRAUSS A; ENDLICH B; SHEH Y; WEI YX; ORAZEM J
      NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION DOSE-RESPONSE OF ONCOGENE-TRANSFECTED RAT EMBRYO CELLS BY GAMMA-RAYS OR 6 MEV ALPHA-PARTICLES

      Radiation research
    79. RUBIN AL; RUBIN H
      SELECTIVE NATURE OF PHORBOL 12-MYRISTATE 13-ACETATE-INDUCED NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION IN NIH 3T3 CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    80. RUBIN H
      INCIPIENT AND OVERT STAGES OF NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    81. YAO A; RUBIN H
      A CRITICAL TEST OF THE ROLE OF POPULATION-DENSITY IN PRODUCING TRANSFORMATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    82. NESNOW S; BECK S; ROSENBLUM S; LASLEY J; TIANO HF; HOSOKAWA M; CRESPI CL; LANGENBACH R
      N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE AND 4-(METHYLNITROSAMINO)-1-(3-PYRIDYL)-1-BUTANONE INDUCED MORPHOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION OF C3H 10T1/2CL8 CELLS EXPRESSING HUMAN CYTOCHROME-P450 2A6/

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    83. DURANTE M; GIALANELLA G; GROSSI GF; NAPPO M; PUGLIESE M
      THE INDUCTION OF ROBERTSONIAN TRANSLOCATIONS BY X-RAYS AND MITOMYCIN-C IN MOUSE CELLS

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    84. KENNEDY AR
      PREVENTION OF CARCINOGENESIS BY PROTEASE INHIBITORS

      Cancer research
    85. YU MW; ZHANG YJ; BLANER WS; SANTELLA RM
      INFLUENCE OF VITAMIN-A, VITAMIN-C, AND VITAMIN-E AND BETA-CAROTENE ONAFLATOXIN B-1 BINDING TO DNA IN WOODCHUCK HEPATOCYTES

      Cancer
    86. SORSCHER DH; BARRETT JC; CORDEIROSTONE M
      TIMING OF REPLICATION OF DIFFERENTIALLY TRANSCRIBED GENES IN SYRIAN-HAMSTER EMBRYO FIBROBLASTS

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    87. KENNEDY AR; SZUHAJ BF; NEWBERNE PM; BILLINGS PC
      PREPARATION AND PRODUCTION OF A CANCER CHEMOPREVENTIVE AGENT, BOWMAN-BIRK INHIBITOR CONCENTRATE

      Nutrition and cancer
    88. KENNEDY AR
      CANCER PREVENTION BY PROTEASE INHIBITORS

      Preventive medicine
    89. MENDONCA MS; ANTONIONO RJ; REDPATH JL
      DELAYED HERITABLE DAMAGE AND EPIGENETICS IN RADIATION-INDUCED NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION OF HUMAN HYBRID-CELLS

      Radiation research
    90. KENNEDY AR
      USE OF CELL AND ORGAN-CULTURES IN THE IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AGENTS THAT MODIFY CARCINOGENESIS

      Cancer research
    91. BILLINGS PC; STCLAIR WH; MAKI PA; KENNEDY AR
      DISTRIBUTION OF THE BOWMAN BIRK PROTEASE INHIBITOR IN MICE FOLLOWING ORAL-ADMINISTRATION

      Cancer letters
    92. BILLINGS PC; HABRES JM
      A GROWTH-REGULATED PROTEASE ACTIVITY THAT IS INHIBITED BY THE ANTICARCINOGENIC BOWMAN-BIRK PROTEASE INHIBITOR

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America


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