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    1. Gonzalez, L; Sotelo, AI; Bartke, A; Turyn, D
      Growth hormone (GH) and estradiol regulation of membrane-associated GH binding protein and GH receptors in GH releasing hormone transgenic mice

      GROWTH HORMONE & IGF RESEARCH
    2. Ishibashi, S
      Lipoprotein(a) and atherosclerosis

      ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Collinge, J
      Prion diseases of humans and animals: Their causes and molecular basis

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Caughey, B; Chesebro, B
      Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies and prion protein interconversions

      ADVANCES IN VIRUS RESEARCH, VOL 56
    5. Wuthrich, K; Riek, R
      Three-dimensional structures of prion proteins

      ADVANCES IN PROTEIN CHEMISTRY, VOL 57
    6. Asante, EA; Collinge, J
      Transgenic studies of the influence of the PrP structure on TSE diseases

      ADVANCES IN PROTEIN CHEMISTRY, VOL 57
    7. Cooper, DKC; Keogh, AM; Brink, J; Corris, PA; Klepetko, W; Pierson, RN; Schmoeckel, M; Shirakura, R; Stevenson, LW
      Report of the Xenotransplantation Advisory Committee of the International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation: The present status of xenotransplantation and its potential role in the treatment of end-stage cardiac andpulmonary diseases

      JOURNAL OF HEART AND LUNG TRANSPLANTATION
    8. Offen, D; Kaye, JF; Bernard, O; Merims, D; Coire, CI; Panet, H; Melamed, E; Ben-Nun, A
      Mice overexpressing bcl-2 in their neurons are resistant to myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein (MOG)-induced experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE)

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Telling, GC
      Prion protein genes and prion diseases: studies in transgenic mice

      NEUROPATHOLOGY AND APPLIED NEUROBIOLOGY
    10. Bartke, A
      Effects of growth hormone on male reproductive functions

      JOURNAL OF ANDROLOGY
    11. Garcia, FL; Zahn, R; Riek, R; Wuthrich, K
      NMR structure of the bovine prion protein

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    12. Fan, JL; Challah, M; Shimoyamada, H; Shiomi, M; Marcovina, S; Watanabe, T
      Defects of the LDL receptor in WHHL transgenic rabbits lead to a marked accumulation of plasma lipoprotein[a]

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    13. Cheesman, EJ; Sharp, RJ; Zlot, CH; Liu, CYY; Taylor, S; Marcovina, SM; Young, SG; McCormick, SPA
      An analysis of the interaction between mouse apolipoprotein B100 and apolipoprotein(a)

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    14. Svindland, A; Berg, K; Eliassen, K; Lawn, RM; Djurovic, S; Alestrom, P; Noren, T; Smith, A
      Histopathology of arterial lesions in LPA transgenic mice on cholesterol-enriched chow

      ATHEROSCLEROSIS
    15. Debeljuk, L; Steger, RW; Wright, JC; Mattison, J; Bartke, A
      Effects of overexpression of growth hormone-releasing hormone on the hypothalamo-pituitary-gonadal function in the mouse

      ENDOCRINE
    16. Kretzschmar, HA
      Molecular pathogenesis of prion diseases

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Dumic, J; Lauc, G; Flogel, M
      Glycosylation of stress glycoprotein GP62 in cells exposed to heat-shock and subculturing

      GLYCOCONJUGATE JOURNAL
    18. Jenkins, ES; Combes, RD
      Transgenic models for prion disease: Have they outlived their useful purpose?

      ATLA-ALTERNATIVES TO LABORATORY ANIMALS
    19. Mollnes, TE; Fiane, AE
      Xenotransplantation: how to overcome the complement obstacle?

      MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    20. Mallucci, GR; Campbell, TA; Dickinson, A; Beck, J; Holt, M; Plant, G; de Pauw, KW; Hakin, RN; Clarke, CE; Howell, S; Davies-Jones, GAB; Lawden, M; Smith, CML; Ince, P; Ironside, JW; Bridges, LR; Dean, A; Weeks, I; Collinge, J
      Inherited prion disease with an alanine to valine mutation at codon 117 inthe prion protein gene

      BRAIN
    21. SCANU AM
      PROTEOLYTIC MODIFICATIONS OF LIPOPROTEIN(A) - POTENTIAL RELEVANCE TO ITS POSTULATED ATHEROTHROMBOGENIC ROLE

      Journal of investigative medicine
    22. PRUSINER SB
      THE PRION DISEASES

      Brain pathology
    23. Blanchfield, JR
      Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) - a review

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    24. FISHER E; TELLING G; COLLINGE J
      PRIONS AND THE PRION DISORDERS

      Mammalian genome
    25. HOEG JM
      LIPOPROTEINS AND ATHEROGENESIS

      Endocrinology and metabolism clinics of North America
    26. STITZ J; MULLER P; MERGETMILLITZER H; CICHUTEK K
      HIGH-TITER RETROVIRAL PSEUDOTYPE VECTORS FOR SPECIFIC TARGETING OF HUMAN CD4-POSITIVE CELLS

      Biogenic amines
    27. LOU XJ; BOONMARK NW; HORRIGAN FT; DEGEN JL; LAWN RM
      FIBRINOGEN DEFICIENCY REDUCES VASCULAR ACCUMULATION OF APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) AND DEVELOPMENT OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) TRANSGENICMICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    28. XIAO Q; DANTON MJS; WITTE DP; KOWALA MC; VALENTINE MT; DEGEN JL
      FIBRINOGEN DEFICIENCY IS COMPATIBLE WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN MICE

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    29. ROUY D; DUVERGER N; LIN SD; EMMANUEL F; HOUDEBINE LM; DENEFLE P; VIGLIETTA C; GONG E; RUBIN EM; HUGHES SD
      APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) YEAST ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOME TRANSGENIC RABBITS - LIPOPROTEIN(A) ASSEMBLY WITH HUMAN AND RABBIT APOLIPOPROTEIN-B

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    30. TRIEU VN; MCCONATHY WJ
      FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF T7 AND T8 OF HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN (A)

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications (Print)
    31. SOTELO AI; PARTATA WA; MARQUES M; TURYN D
      IDENTIFICATION AND INITIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF SERUM GROWTH-HORMONE BINDING-PROTEIN IN THE TURTLE CHRYSEMYS DORBIGNI

      Archives of physiology and biochemistry
    32. MOORE RC; MELTON DW
      TRANSGENIC ANALYSIS OF PRION DISEASES

      Molecular human reproduction
    33. COLLINGE J
      HUMAN PRION DISEASES AND BOVINE SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHY (BSE)

      Human molecular genetics
    34. BEDELL MA; LARGAESPADA DA; JENKINS NA; COPELAND NG
      MOUSE MODELS OF HUMAN-DISEASE .2. RECENT PROGRESS AND FUTURE-DIRECTIONS

      Genes & development
    35. GABIZON R; TARABOULOS A
      OF MICE AND (MAD) COWS - TRANSGENIC MICE HELP TO UNDERSTAND PRIONS

      Trends in genetics
    36. PRUSINER SB
      PRION DISEASES AND THE BSE CRISIS

      Science
    37. PICARD L; SIMMONS G; POWER CA; MEYER A; WEISS RA; CLAPHAM PR
      MULTIPLE EXTRACELLULAR DOMAINS OF CCR-5 CONTRIBUTE TO HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 ENTRY AND FUSION

      Journal of virology
    38. BOONMARK NW; LOU XJ; YANG ZJ; SCHWARTZ K; ZHANG JL; RUBIN EM; LAWN RM
      MODIFICATION OF APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) LYSINE BINDING-SITE REDUCES ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    39. WHITE AL
      BIOGENESIS OF LP(A) IN TRANSGENIC MOUSE HEPATOCYTES

      Clinical genetics
    40. DEGROENE EM; JAHN A; HORBACH GJ; FINKGREMMELS J
      MUTAGENICITY AND GENOTOXICITY OF THE MYCOTOXIN OCHRATOXIN-A

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    41. CAMPBELL IL; GOLD LH
      TRANSGENIC MODELING OF NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS

      Molecular psychiatry
    42. DRON M; MANUELIDIS L
      VISUALIZATION OF VIRAL CANDIDATE CDNAS IN INFECTIOUS BRAIN FRACTIONS FROM CREUTZFELDT-JAKOB-DISEASE BY REPRESENTATIONAL DIFFERENCE ANALYSIS

      Journal of neurovirology
    43. PRIOLA SA
      SIMILAR PROTEIN SIGNATURES FOR BSE AND VCJD

      Nature medicine
    44. PICARD L; DRAGIC T; WIELS J; ALIZON M
      POSSIBLE ROLE OF NONPROTEIN COMPONENTS OF THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE IN CD4-DEPENDENT MEMBRANE-FUSION AND HIV ENTRY

      Perspectives in drug discovery and design
    45. LEHMANN S
      ROLE OF THE PRION PROTEIN IN HUMAN SPONGI FORM ENCEPHALOPATHIES

      MS. Medecine sciences

    46. BSE - BOVINE SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHY (MAD-COW DISEASE) (REPRINTED)

      Journal of the Royal Society of Health
    47. RIST CE; NIELSEN JO
      MAD COW DISEASE AND CREUTZFELDT-JAKOB-DISEASE - IS THERE A LINK

      Scandinavian journal of infectious diseases
    48. COLLINGE J
      NEW DIAGNOSTIC-TESTS FOR PRION DISEASES

      The New England journal of medicine
    49. COLLINGE J; SIDLE KCL; MEADS J; IRONSIDE J; HILL AF
      MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF PRION STRAIN VARIATION AND THE ETIOLOGY OF NEW VARIANT CJD

      Nature
    50. BERSON JF; LONG D; DORANZ BJ; RUCKER J; JIRIK FR; DOMS RW
      A 7-TRANSMEMBRANE DOMAIN RECEPTOR INVOLVED IN FUSION AND ENTRY OF T-CELL-TROPIC HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 STRAINS

      Journal of virology
    51. RIDLEY RM; BAKER HF
      VARIATION ON A THEME OF CREUTZFELDT-JAKOB-DISEASE - IMPLICATIONS OF NEW CASES WITH A YOUNG AGE AT ONSET

      Journal of General Virology
    52. LAWN RM; PEARLE AD; KUNZ LL; RUBIN EM; RECKLESS J; METCALFE JC; GRAINGER DJ
      FEEDBACK MECHANISM OF FOCAL VASCULAR LESION FORMATION IN TRANSGENIC APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) MICE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    53. MANCINI FP; NEWLAND DL; MOOSER V; MURATA J; MARCOVINA S; YOUNG SG; HAMMER RE; SANAN DA; HOBBS HH
      RELATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) AND APOLIPOPROTEIN-B TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF FATTY LESIONS IN THE PROXIMAL AORTA OF MICE

      Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology
    54. PALABRICA TM; LIU AC; ARONOVITZ MJ; FURIE B; LAWN RM; FURIE BC
      ANTIFIBRINOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) IN-VIVO - HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) TRANSGENIC MICE ARE RESISTANT TO TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR-MEDIATED THROMBOLYSIS

      Nature medicine
    55. RIDKER PM
      AN EPIDEMIOLOGIC REASSESSMENT OF LIPOPROTEIN(A) AND ATHEROTHROMBOTIC RISK

      Trends in cardiovascular medicine
    56. DURRINGTON PN
      LIPOPROTEIN (A)

      Bailliere's clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    57. HARPEL PC; HERMANN A; ZHANG XX; OSTFELD I; BORTH W
      LIPOPROTEIN(A), PLASMIN MODULATION, AND ATHEROGENESIS

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    58. TRIEU VN; MCCONATHY WJ
      THE BINDING OF ANIMAL LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS TO HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN(A)

      Biochemical journal
    59. PLUMP AS; BRESLOW JL
      APOLIPOPROTEIN-E AND THE APOLIPOPROTEIN E-DEFICIENT MOUSE

      Annual review of nutrition
    60. CALLOW MJ; VERSTUYFT J; TANGIRALA R; PALINSKI W; RUBIN EM
      ATHEROGENESIS IN TRANSGENIC MICE WITH HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN-B AND LIPOPROTEIN (A)

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    61. CALLOW MJ; RUBIN EM
      SITE-SPECIFIC MUTAGENESIS DEMONSTRATES THAT CYSTEINE-4326 OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-B IS REQUIRED FOR COVALENT LINKAGE WITH APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) IN-VIVO

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    62. TRIEU VN; MCCONATHY WJ
      A 2-STEP MODEL FOR LIPOPROTEIN(A) FORMATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    63. DZAU VJ; GIBBONS GH; KOBILKA BK; LAWN RM; PRATT RE
      GENETIC MODELS OF HUMAN VASCULAR-DISEASE

      Circulation
    64. SCANU AM; EDELSTEIN C
      KRINGLE-DEPENDENT STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL POLYMORPHISM OF APOLIPOPROTEIN

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    65. LIU AC; LAWN RM
      LIPOPROTEIN(A) AND ATHEROGENESIS

      Trends in cardiovascular medicine
    66. QIAO JH; XIE PZ; FISHBEIN MC; KREUZER J; DRAKE TA; DEMER LL; LUSIS AJ
      PATHOLOGY OF ATHEROMATOUS LESIONS IN INBRED AND GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED MICE - GENETIC DETERMINATION OF ARTERIAL CALCIFICATION

      Arteriosclerosis and thrombosis
    67. KEESLER GA; LI YQ; SKIBA PJ; FLESS GM; TABAS I
      MACROPHAGE FOAM CELL LIPOPROTEIN(A) APOPROTEIN(A) RECEPTOR - CELL-SURFACE LOCALIZATION, DEPENDENCE OF INDUCTION ON NEW-PROTEIN SYNTHESIS, AND LIGAND SPECIFICITY/

      Arteriosclerosis and thrombosis
    68. LIANG TJ
      A MARRIAGE OF MICE PRODUCES ANSWERS TO OLD QUESTIONS ABOUT MAN

      Hepatology
    69. KREUZER J; VONHODENBERG E
      THE ROLE OF APOLIPOPROTEINS IN LIPID-METABOLISM AND ATHEROGENESIS - ASPECTS IN MAN AND MICE

      Journal of hypertension
    70. RUBIN EM; SMITH DJ
      ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN MICE - GETTING TO THE HEART OF A POLYGENIC DISORDER

      Trends in genetics
    71. BRESLOW JL
      INSIGHTS INTO LIPOPROTEIN METABOLISM FROM STUDIES IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Annual review of physiology
    72. BARTKE A; CECIM M; TANG KC; STEGER RW; CHANDRASHEKAR V; TURYN D
      NEUROENDOCRINE AND REPRODUCTIVE CONSEQUENCES OF OVEREXPRESSION OF GROWTH-HORMONE IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
    73. BARTKE A; TURYN D; AGUILAR CC; SOTELO AI; STEGER RW; CHEN XZ; KOPCHICK JJ
      GROWTH-HORMONE (GH) BINDING AND EFFECTS OF GH ANALOGS IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
    74. GRAINGER DJ; KEMP PR; LIU AC; LAWN RM; METCALFE JC
      ACTIVATION OF TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA IS INHIBITED IN TRANSGENIC APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) MICE

      Nature
    75. LIU AC; LAWN RM; VERSTUYFT JG; RUBIN EM
      HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN-A-I PREVENTS ATHEROSCLEROSIS ASSOCIATED WITH APOLIPOPROTEIN[A] IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Journal of lipid research
    76. WHITE AL; LANFORD RE
      CELL-SURFACE ASSEMBLY OF LIPOPROTEIN(A) IN PRIMARY CULTURES OF BABOONHEPATOCYTES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    77. RUBIN EM
      STUDIES OF LIPOPROTEIN(A) AND HIGH-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEINS IN TRANSGENICMICE

      Atherosclerosis
    78. BYRNE CD; LAWN RM
      STUDIES ON THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) GENE

      Clinical genetics
    79. KARMANSKY I; GRUENER N
      STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE BIOLOGICAL ROLES OF LP(A)

      Clinical biochemistry
    80. BYRNE CD; WILD SH
      LIPOPROTEIN(A) IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

      British journal of clinical practice
    81. STOLTZFUS L; RUBIN EM
      ATHEROGENESIS - INSIGHTS FROM THE STUDY OF TRANSGENIC AND GENE-TARGETED MICE

      Trends in cardiovascular medicine
    82. BRUNNER C; KRAFT HG; UTERMANN G; MULLER HJ
      CYS4057 OF APOLIPOPROTEIN(A) IS ESSENTIAL FOR LIPOPROTEIN(A) ASSEMBLY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    83. SCANU AM
      STRUCTURAL BASIS FOR THE PRESUMPTIVE ATHEROTHROMBOGENIC ACTION OF LIPOPROTEIN(A) - FACTS AND SPECULATIONS

      Biochemical pharmacology


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