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    1. Chase, A; Huntly, BJP; Cross, NCP
      Cytogenetics of chronic myeloid leukaemia

      BEST PRACTICE & RESEARCH CLINICAL HAEMATOLOGY
    2. Raymond, E; Faivre, S; Weiss, G; McGill, J; Davidson, K; Izbicka, E; Kuhn, JG; Allred, C; Clark, GM; Von Hoff, DD
      Effects of hydroxyurea on extrachromosomal DNA in patients with advanced ovarian carcinomas

      CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
    3. Andersen, MK; Christiansen, DH; Kirchhoff, M; Pedersen-Bjergaard, J
      Duplication or amplification of chromosome band 11q23, including the unrearranged MLL gene, is a recurrent abnormality in therapy-related MDS and AML, and is closely related to mutation of the TP53 gene and to previous therapy with alkylating agents

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    4. Wong, KF; So, CC
      Acute myeloid leukemia with concomitant trisomies 4 and 10: a distinctive form of myeloid leukemia?

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    5. Hilgenfeld, E; Padilla-Nash, H; McNeil, N; Knutsen, T; Montagna, C; Tchinda, J; Horst, J; Ludwig, WD; Serve, H; Buchner, T; Berdel, WE; Schrock, E; Ried, T
      Spectral karyotyping and fluorescence in situ hybridization detect novel chromosomal aberrations, a recurring involvement of chromosome 21 and amplification of the MYC oncogene in acute myeloid leukaemia M2

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    6. Haque, MDM; Hirano, T; Itoh, N; Utiyama, H
      Evolution of large extrachromosomal elements in HL-60 cells during cultureand the associated phenotype alterations

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    7. Yoshikawa, T; Nakanishi, F; Itami, S; Kameoka, D; Omasa, T; Katakura, Y; Kishimoto, M; Suga, K
      Evaluation of stable and highly productive gene amplified CHO cell line based on the location of amplified genes

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    8. Cuthbert, G; Thompson, K; McCullough, S; Watmore, A; Dickinson, H; Telford, N; Mugneret, F; Harrison, C; Griffiths, M; Bown, N
      MLL amplification in acute leukaemia: a United Kingdom Cancer CytogeneticsGroup (UKCCG) study

      LEUKEMIA
    9. Colosimo, A; Goncz, KK; Holmes, AR; Kunzelmann, K; Novelli, G; Malone, RW; Bennett, MJ; Gruenert, DC
      Transfer and expression of foreign genes in mammalian cells

      BIOTECHNIQUES
    10. Kanda, T; Wahl, CM
      The dynamics of acentric chromosomes in cancer cells revealed by GFP-basedchromosome labeling strategies

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    11. Bartova, E; Kozubek, S; Kozubek, M; Jirsova, P; Lukasova, E; Skalnikova, M; Cafourkova, A; Koutna, I
      Nuclear topography of the c-myc gene in human leukemic cells

      GENE
    12. Park, JP; Ladd, SL; Fly, P; Weiner, NJ; Wojiski, SA; Hawk, AB; Noll, WW; Mohandas, TK
      Amplification of the MLL region in acute myeloid leukemia

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    13. Falzetti, D; Vermeesch, JR; Matteucci, C; Ciolli, S; Martelli, MF; Marynen, P; Mecucci, C
      Microdissection and FISH investigations in acute myeloid leukemia: A step forward to full identification of complex karyotypic changes

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    14. Tanaka, T; Shimizu, N
      Induced detachment of acentric chromatin from mitotic chromosomes leads totheir cytoplasmic localization at G(1) and the micronucleation by lamin reorganization at S phase

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    15. Fann, CH; Guirgis, F; Chen, G; Lao, MS; Piret, JM
      Limitations to the amplification and stability of human tissue-type plasminogen activator expression by Chinese hamster ovary cells

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    16. Ariyama, Y; Mori, T; Shinomiya, T; Sakabe, T; Fukuda, Y; Kanamaru, A; Yamada, Y; Isobe, M; Seto, M; Nakamura, Y; Inazawa, J
      Chromosomal imbalances in adult T-cell leukemia revealed by comparative genomic hybridization: gains at 14q32 and 2p16-22 in cell lines

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    17. Nesbit, CE; Tersak, JM; Prochownik, EV
      MYC oncogenes and human neoplastic disease

      ONCOGENE
    18. Klein, HO; Demir, G
      "Multi-enzyme-targeted" immunochemotherapy: A salvage therapy protocol

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    19. Wang, MB; Alavi, S; Engstrom, M; Lee, J; Namazie, A; Moatamed, F; Srivatsan, ES
      Detection of chromosome 11q13 amplification in head and neck cancer using fluorescence in situ hybridization

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    20. Goike, HM; Asplund, AC; Pettersson, EH; Liu, L; Sanoudou, D; Collins, VP
      Acquired rearrangement of an amplified epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) gene in a human glioblastoma xenograft

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPATHOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    21. Rizwana, R; Hahn, PJ
      CPG methylation reduces genomic instability

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    22. Schoenlein, PV; Barrett, JT; Welter, D
      The degradation profile of extrachromosomal circular DNA during cisplatin-induced apoptosis is consistent with preferential cleavage at matrix attachment regions

      CHROMOSOMA
    23. PAULSON TG; ALMASAN A; BRODY LL; WAHL GM
      GENE AMPLIFICATION IN A P53-DEFICIENT CELL-LINE REQUIRES CELL-CYCLE PROGRESSION UNDER CONDITIONS THAT GENERATE DNA BREAKAGE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    24. CANUTE GW; LONGO SL; LONGO JA; SHETLER MM; COYLE TE; WINFIELD JA; HAHN PJ
      THE HYDROXYUREA-INDUCED LOSS OF DOUBLE-MINUTE CHROMOSOMES CONTAINING AMPLIFIED EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR GENES REDUCES THE TUMORIGENICITY AND GROWTH OF HUMAN GLIOBLASTOMA-MULTIFORME

      Neurosurgery
    25. SHIMIZU N; ITOH N; UTIYAMA H; WAHL GM
      SELECTIVE ENTRAPMENT OF EXTRACHROMOSOMALLY AMPLIFIED DNA BY NUCLEAR BUDDING AND MICRONUCLEATION DURING S-PHASE

      The Journal of cell biology
    26. SANCHEZ AM; BARRETT JT; SCHOENLEIN PV
      FRACTIONATED IONIZING-RADIATION ACCELERATES LOSS OF AMPLIFIED MDR1 GENES HARBORED BY EXTRACHROMOSOMAL DNA IN TUMOR-CELLS

      Cancer research
    27. KUO MT; SEN S; HITTELMAN WN; HSU TC
      CHROMOSOMAL FRAGILE SITES AND DNA AMPLIFICATION IN DRUG-RESISTANT CELLS

      Biochemical pharmacology
    28. HALL MJ; LAWRENCE DA; LANSIEDEL JC; WALSH AC; COMSTOCK LL; KREMER JM
      LONG-TERM EXPOSURE TO METHOTREXATE INDUCES IMMUNOPHENOTYPIC CHANGES, DECREASED METHOTREXATE UPTAKE AND INCREASED DIHYDROFOLATE GENE COPY NUMBER IN JURKAT T-CELLS

      International journal of immunopharmacology
    29. FUGAZZA G; BRUZZONE R; PUPPO L; PATRONE F; SESSAREGO M
      AMPLIFIED C-MYC SEQUENCES LOCALIZED BY FLUORESCENCE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION ON DOUBLE MINUTE CHROMOSOMES IN ACUTE MYELOID LEUKEMIAS

      Leukemia research
    30. SHIMIZU N; KANDA T; WAHL GM
      SELECTIVE CAPTURE OF ACENTRIC FRAGMENTS BY MICRONUCLEI PROVIDES A RAPID METHOD FOR PURIFYING EXTRACHROMOSOMALLY AMPLIFIED DNA

      Nature genetics
    31. WANG M; SHOUSE S; LIPES B; KIM UJ; SHIZUYA H; LAI E
      BACTERIAL ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOME CLONING AND MAPPING OF A 630-KB HUMANEXTRACHROMOSOMAL STRUCTURE

      PCR methods and applications
    32. COHEN S; LAVI S
      INDUCTION OF CIRCLES OF HETEROGENEOUS SIZES IN CARCINOGEN-TREATED CELLS - 2-DIMENSIONAL GEL ANALYSIS OF CIRCULAR DNA-MOLECULES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    33. CANUTE GW; LONGO SL; LONGO JA; WINFIELD JA; NEVALDINE BH; HAHN PJ
      HYDROXYUREA ACCELERATES THE LOSS OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR GENES AMPLIFIED AS DOUBLE-MINUTE CHROMOSOMES IN HUMAN GLIOBLASTOMA-MULTIFORME

      Neurosurgery
    34. KARASAWA M; OKAMOTO K; MAEHARA T; TSUKAMOTO N; MORITA K; NARUSE T; OMINE M
      DETECTION OF C-MYC ONCOGENE AMPLIFICATION IN A CML ELASTIC PHASE PATIENT WITH DOUBLE MINUTE CHROMOSOMES

      Leukemia research
    35. VANDEVANTER DR; TSENG JCH; YIRDAW G
      ELECTROPHORETIC ISOLATION OF EXTRACHROMOSOMAL DNA FROM TUMOR-CELLS

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    36. ABKEN H
      EXTRACHROMOSOMAL DNA ELEMENTS IN HUMAN TUMOR-CELLS

      The Cancer journal
    37. BONOMI R; LECONIAT M; BERGER R
      IS TRISOMY-4 A SECONDARY CHROMOSOMAL ABNORMALITY IN ACUTE MYELOBLASTIC-LEUKEMIA

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    38. GOTTESMAN MM; HRYCYNA CA; SCHOENLEIN PV; GERMANN UA; PASTAN I
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF THE MULTIDRUG TRANSPORTER

      Annual review of genetics
    39. SIMONSEN CC; MCGROGAN M
      THE MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF PRODUCTION CELL-LINES

      Biologicals
    40. VANDENBERG CL; MCGILL JR; KUHN JG; WALSH JT; DELACRUZ PS; DAVIDSON KK; WAHL GM; VONHOFF DD
      PHARMACOKINETICS OF HYDROXYUREA IN NUDE-MICE

      Anti-cancer drugs
    41. ESNAULT C; LEE H; LAI E
      STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION OF A STABLE EXTRACHROMOSOMAL ELEMENT IN HUMAN-CELLS

      Gene
    42. VANLOON N; MILLER D; MURNANE JP
      FORMATION OF EXTRACHROMOSOMAL CIRCULAR DNA IN HELA-CELLS BY NONHOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION

      Nucleic acids research
    43. YAMADA K; KATO H; KANDA N; FUJIIKURIYAMA Y; UTAKOJI T; ITOH R
      SEQUENCE HOMOLOGY OF CHINESE-HAMSTER METALLOTHIONEIN GENE-I AND GENE-II TO THOSE OF THE MOUSE AND RAT, AND THEIR AMPLIFICATION IN CD-RESISTANT CELLS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    44. KWONG YL; LAM CK; CHAN AYY; LIE AKW; CHAN LC
      CYTOGENETIC TRICLONALITY IN ACUTE MYELOID-LEUKEMIA - A MORPHOLOGIC, IMMUNOLOGICAL AND IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION STUDY

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    45. ECKHARDT SG; DAI AH; DAVIDSON KK; FORSETH BJ; WAHL GM; VONHOFF DD
      INDUCTION OF DIFFERENTIATION IN HL-60 CELLS BY THE REDUCTION OF EXTRACHROMOSOMALLY AMPLIFIED C-MYC

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    46. BENYEHUDA D; HOULDSWORTH J; PARSA NZ; CHAGANTI RSK
      GENE AMPLIFICATION IN NON-HODGKINS-LYMPHOMA

      British Journal of Haematology
    47. ROELOFS H; SCHUURING E; WIEGANT J; MICHALIDES R; GIPHARTGASSLER M
      AMPLIFICATION OF THE 11Q13 REGION IN HUMAN CARCINOMA CELL-LINES - A MECHANISTIC VIEW

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    48. SCHOENLEIN PV
      MOLECULAR CYTOGENETICS OF MULTIPLE-DRUG RESISTANCE

      Cytotechnology
    49. NONET GH; WAHL GM
      INTRODUCTION OF YACS CONTAINING A PUTATIVE MAMMALIAN REPLICATION ORIGIN INTO MAMMALIAN-CELLS CAN GENERATE STRUCTURES THAT REPLICATE AUTONOMOUSLY

      Somatic cell and molecular genetics
    50. TESTA JR; GRAZIANO SL
      MOLECULAR IMPLICATIONS OF RECURRENT CYTOGENETIC ALTERATIONS IN HUMAN SMALL-CELL LUNG-CANCER

      Cancer detection and prevention
    51. CARROLL SM; DEROSE ML; KOLMAN JL; NONET GH; KELLY RE; WAHL GM
      LOCALIZATION OF A BIDIRECTIONAL DNA-REPLICATION ORIGIN IN THE NATIVE LOCUS AND IN EPISOMALLY AMPLIFIED MURINE ADENOSINE-DEAMINASE LOCI

      Molecular and cellular biology
    52. DILEONARDO A; LINKE SP; YIN Y; WAHL GM
      CELL-CYCLE REGULATION OF GENE AMPLIFICATION

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    53. LEONG PK; THORNER P; YEGER H; NG K; ZHANG Z; SQUIRE J
      DETECTION OF MYCN GENE AMPLIFICATION AND DELETIONS OF CHROMOSOME 1P IN NEUROBLASTOMA BY IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION USING ROUTINE HISTOLOGIC SECTIONS

      Laboratory investigation


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