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    1. Nishikawa, M; Yamamoto, M; Watanabe, Y; Kita, K; Shiku, H
      Clinical significance of low protein phosphatase-1 activity of blasts in acute myelogenous leukemia with high white cell counts

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    2. Cassinat, B; Chomienne, C
      Biological features of primary APL blasts: their relevance to the understanding of granulopoiesis, leukemogenesis and patient management

      ONCOGENE
    3. Ozpolat, B; Lopez-Berestein, G; Mehta, K
      ATRA(ouble) in the treatment of acute promyelocytic leukemia

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL REGULATORS AND HOMEOSTATIC AGENTS
    4. Janssens, V; Goris, J
      Protein phosphatase 2A: a highly regulated family of serine/threonine phosphatases implicated in cell growth and signalling

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    5. Rego, EM; Pandolfi, PP
      Analysis of the molecular genetics of acute promyelocytic leukemia in mouse models

      SEMINARS IN HEMATOLOGY
    6. Yen, A; Placanica, L; Bloom, S; Varvayanis, S
      Polyomavirus small t antigen prevents retinoic acid-induced retinoblastomaprotein hypophosphorylation and redirects retinoic acid-induced G(0) arrest and differentiation to apoptosis

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    7. Treigyte, G; Navakauskiene, R; Kulyte, A; Gineitis, A; Magnusson, KE
      Tyrosine phosphorylation of cytoplasmic proteins in proliferating, differentiating, apoptotic HL-60 cells and blood neutrophils

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    8. Alsayed, Y; Modi, S; Uddin, S; Mahmud, N; Druker, BJ; Fish, EN; Hoffman, R; Platanias, LC
      All-trans-retinoic acid induces tyrosine phosphorylation of the CrkL adapter in acute promyelocytic leukemia cells

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    9. Yamamoto, M; Suzuki, Y; Kihira, H; Miwa, H; Kita, K; Nagao, M; Tamura, S; Shiku, H; Nishikawa, M
      Expressions of four major protein Ser/Thr phosphatases in human primary leukemic cells

      LEUKEMIA
    10. Melnick, A; Licht, JD
      Deconstructing a disease: RAR alpha, its fusion partners, and their roles in the pathogenesis of acute promyelocytic leukemia

      BLOOD
    11. KIHARA H; HIASA A; YAMAMOTO M; KATAYAMA N; KUNO T; OHTSUKA K; SHIKU H; NISHIKAWA M
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF CALCINEURIN IN RETINOIC ACID-INDUCED INHIBITION OF LEUKEMIC HL-60 CELL-PROLIFERATION

      International journal of oncology
    12. NASONBURCHENAL K; TAKLE G; PACE U; FLYNN S; ALLOPENNA J; MARTIN P; GEORGE ST; GOLDBERG AR; DMITROVSKY E
      TARGETING THE PML RAR-ALPHA TRANSLOCATION PRODUCT TRIGGERS APOPTOSIS IN PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA-CELLS/

      Oncogene
    13. ALRIC S; FROESCHLE A; PIQUEMAL D; CARNAC G; BONNIEU A
      FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICITY OF THE 2 RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR RAR AND RXR FAMILIES IN MYOGENESIS

      Oncogene
    14. NASONBURCHENAL K; ALLOPENNA J; BEGUE A; STEHELIN D; DMITROVSKY E; MARTIN P
      TARGETING OF PML RAR-ALPHA IS LETHAL TO RETINOIC ACID-RESISTANT PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA-CELLS/

      Blood
    15. CARPENTIER A; BALITRAND N; ROCHETTEEGLY C; SHROOT B; DEGOS L; CHOMIENNE C
      DISTINCT SENSITIVITY OF NEUROBLASTOMA-CELLS FOR RETINOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS - EVIDENCE FOR FUNCTIONAL RECEPTOR HETERODIMERS

      Oncogene
    16. NASONBURCHENAL K; MAERZ W; ALBANELL J; ALLOPENNA J; MARTIN P; MOORE MAS; DMITROVSKY E
      COMMON DEFECTS OF DIFFERENT RETINOIC ACID-RESISTANT PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA-CELLS ARE PERSISTENT TELOMERASE ACTIVITY AND NUCLEAR-BODY DISORGANIZATION

      Differentiation
    17. WALLINGTON LA; DURHAM J; BUNCE CM; DRAYSON MT; BROWN G
      TRIIODOTHYRONINE BLOCKS POTENTIATION OF HL60 MONOCYTE DIFFERENTIATIONBY ANTIINFLAMMATORY AGENTS AND BY STEROIDS AND INDUCES APOPTOSIS OF ALL-TRANS-RETINOIC ACID PRIMED CELLS

      Leukemia research
    18. FENAUX P; CHOMIENNE C; DEGOS L
      ACUTE PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA - BIOLOGY AND TREATMENT

      Seminars in oncology
    19. HE LZ; TRIBIOLI C; RIVI R; PERUZZI D; PELICCI PG; SOARES V; CATTORETTI G; PANDOLFI PP
      ACUTE-LEUKEMIA WITH PROMYELOCYTIC FEATURES IN PML RAR-ALPHA TRANSGENIC MICE/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    20. TENEN DG; HROMAS R; LICHT JD; ZHANG DE
      TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS, NORMAL MYELOID DEVELOPMENT, AND LEUKEMIA

      Blood
    21. GRISOLANO JL; WESSELSCHMIDT RL; PELICCI PG; LEY TJ
      ALTERED MYELOID DEVELOPMENT AND ACUTE-LEUKEMIA IN TRANSGENIC MICE EXPRESSING PML-RAR-ALPHA UNDER CONTROL OF CATHEPSIN-G REGULATORY SEQUENCES

      Blood
    22. JAMES SY; WILIAMS MA; KELSEY SM; NEWLAND AC; COLSTON KW
      THE ROLE OF VITAMIN-D DERIVATIVES AND RETINOIDS IN THE DIFFERENTIATION OF HUMAN LEUKEMIA-CELLS

      Biochemical pharmacology
    23. DASILVA N; MEYERMONARD S; MENOT ML; DEGOS L; BARUCHEL A; DOMBRET H; CHOMIENNE C
      G-CSF ACTIVATES STAT PATHWAYS IN KASUMI-1 MYELOID LEUKEMIC-CELLS WITHTHE T(8, 21) TRANSLOCATION - BASIS FOR POTENTIAL THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY

      Cytokines cellular & molecular therapy
    24. CHOMIENNE C; FENAUX P; DEGOS L
      RETINOID DIFFERENTIATION THERAPY IN PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA

      The FASEB journal
    25. RAELSON JV; NERVI C; ROSENAUER A; BENEDETTI L; MONCZAK Y; PEARSON M; PELICCI PG; MILLER WH
      THE PML RAR-ALPHA ONCOPROTEIN IS A DIRECT MOLECULAR TARGET OF RETINOIC ACID IN ACUTE PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA-CELLS/

      Blood
    26. VERSTUYF A; MATHIEU C; VERLINDEN L; WAER M; TAN BK; BOUILLON R
      DIFFERENTIATION INDUCTION OF HUMAN LEUKEMIA-CELLS (HL-60) BY A COMBINATION OF 1,25-DIHYDROXYVITAMIN D-3 AND RETINOIC ACID (ALL-TRANS OR 9-CIS)

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    27. OMAY SB; NISHIKAWA M; MORITA K; TOYODA H; NAKAI K; SHIMA H; NAGAO M; KITAGAWA S; SAITO M; SHIKU H
      DECREASED EXPRESSION OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE TYPE 2A IN HL-60 VARIANT (HL-6ORA) CELLS RESISTANT TO INDUCTION OF CELL-DIFFERENTIATION BY ALL-TRANS-RETINOIC ACID

      Experimental hematology
    28. NILSSON A; FARRANTS AKO; NESLAND JM; FINSTAD HS; PEDERSEN JI
      POTENTIATING EFFECTS OF CLOFIBRIC ACID ON THE DIFFERENTIATION OF HL-60 HUMAN PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA-CELLS INDUCED BY RETINOIDS

      European journal of cell biology


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