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    1. Rosenberg, SA
      Progress in the development of immunotherapy for the treatment of patientswith cancer

      JOURNAL OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    2. Todd, JA; Weston, T; Macdonald, TM; Johnston, DA; Dillon, JF
      The prescribing of acid suppressants prior to the endoscopic diagnosis of Barrett's oesophagus and oesophagitis

      ALIMENTARY PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    3. Gilloteaux, J; Jamison, JM; Arnold, D; Taper, HS; Summers, JL
      Ultrastructural aspects of autoschizis: A new cancer cell death induced bythe synergistic action of ascorbate/menadione on human bladder carcinoma cells

      ULTRASTRUCTURAL PATHOLOGY
    4. Prakash, O; Rodriguez, VE; Tang, ZY; Zhou, P; Coleman, R; Dhillon, G; Shellito, JE; Nelson, S
      Inhibition of hematopoietic progenitor cell proliferation by ethanol in human immunodeficiency virus type 1 Tat-expressing transgenic mice

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    5. Taper, HS; Jamison, JM; Gilloteaux, J; Gwin, CA; Gordon, T; Summers, JL
      In vivo reactivation of DNases in implanted human prostate tumors after administration of a vitamin C/K-3 combination

      JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY & CYTOCHEMISTRY
    6. Konishi, K; Maruo, S; Kato, H; Takada, K
      Role of Epstein-Barr virus-encoded latent membrane protein 2A on virus-induced immortalization and virus activation

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    7. Kulkosky, J; Bouhamdan, M; Geist, A; Nunnari, G; Phinney, DG; Pomerantz, RJ
      Pathogenesis of HIV-1 infection within bone marrow cells

      LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA
    8. Isgro, A; Mezzaroma, I; Aiuti, A; De Vita, L; Franchi, F; Pandolfi, F; Alario, C; Ficara, F; Riva, E; Antonelli, G; Aiuti, F
      Recovery of hematopoietic activity in bone marrow from human immunodeficiency virus type 1-infected patients during highly active antiretroviral therapy

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    9. Bolad, A; Berzins, K
      Antigenic diversity of Plasmodium falciparum and antibody-mediated parasite neutralization

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    10. Longnecker, R
      Epstein-Barr virus latency: LMP2, a regulator or means for Epstein-Barr virus persistence?

      ADVANCES IN CANCER RESEARCH, VOL 79
    11. Voulgaropoulou, F; Pontow, SE; Ratner, L
      Productive infection of CD34+-cell-derived megakaryocytes by X4 and R5 HIV-1 isolates

      VIROLOGY
    12. Caldwell, RG; Brown, RG; Longnecker, R
      Epstein-Barr virus LMP2A-induced B-cell survival in two unique classes of E mu LMP2A transgenic mice

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    13. Merchant, M; Caldwell, RG; Longnecker, R
      LMP2A ITAM is essential for providing B cells with development and survival signals in vivo

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    14. Smith, AM; Watson, SA
      Gastrin and gastrin receptor activation: an early event in the adenoma-carcinoma sequence

      GUT
    15. Adams, GB; McMullen, M; Turner, S; Olszak, IT; Scadden, DT; McClure, MO; Poznansky, MC
      Isolation and transduction of CD34(+) cells from small quantities of peripheral blood from HIV-1-infected patients not treated with hemopoietic growth factors

      JOURNAL OF ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROMES AND HUMAN RETROVIROLOGY
    16. Molto, L; Carballido, J; Manzano, L; Martinez-Martin, B; Esquivel, F; Chafer, J; Olivier, C; Alvarez-Mon, M
      Immunological changes in peripheral blood mononuclear cells of patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma after low doses of subcutaneous immunotherapy with IFN-alpha-2b and IL-2

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOTHERAPY
    17. O'Hearn, DJ; Leiferman, KM; Askin, F; Georas, SN
      Pulmonary infiltrates after cytokine therapy for stem cell transplantation- Massive deposition of eosinophil major basic protein detected by immunohistochemistry

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    18. Knutsen, AP; Roodman, ST; Freeman, JJ; Mueller, KR; Bouhasin, JD
      Inhibition of thymopoiesis of CD34(+) cell maturation by HIV-1 in an in vitro CD34(+) cell and thymic epithelial organ culture model

      STEM CELLS
    19. Yurasov, SV; Pettoello-Mantovani, M; Raker, CA; Goldstein, H
      HIV type 1 infection of human fetal bone marrow cells induces apoptotic changes in hematopoietic precursor cells and suppresses their in vitro differentiation and capacity to engraft SCID mice

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    20. Hariharan, D; Li, YA; Campbell, DE; Douglas, SD; Starr, SE; Ho, WH
      Human immunodeficiency virus infection of human placental cord blood CD34(+)AC133(+) stem cells and their progeny

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    21. Croizat, H; Nagel, RL
      Circulating cytokines response and the level of erythropoiesis in sickle cell anemia

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEMATOLOGY
    22. Flores-Figueroa, E; Gutierrez-Espindola, G; Guerrero-Rivera, S; Pizzuto-Chavez, J; Mayani, H
      Hematopoietic progenitor cells from patients with myelodysplastic syndromes: in vitro colony growth and long-term proliferation

      LEUKEMIA RESEARCH
    23. Swart, R; Fruehling, S; Longnecker, R
      Tyrosines 60, 64, and 101 of Epstein-Barr virus LMP2A are not essential for blocking B cell signal transduction

      VIROLOGY
    24. Glenn, M; Rainbow, L; Aurade, F; Davison, A; Schulz, TF
      Identification of a spliced gene from Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus encoding a protein with similarities to latent membrane proteins 1 and 2A of Epstein-Barr virus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    25. Mattapallil, JJ; Smit-McBride, Z; Dandekar, S
      Gastrointestinal epithelium is an early extrathymic site for increased prevalence of CD34(+) progenitor cells in contrast to the thymus during primary simian immunodeficiency virus infection

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    26. Voulgaropoulou, F; Tan, B; Soares, M; Hahn, B; Ratner, L
      Distinct human immunodeficiency virus strains in the bone marrow are associated with the development of thrombocytopenia

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    27. Ruf, IK; Moghaddam, A; Wang, F; Sample, J
      Mechanisms that regulate Epstein-Barr virus EBNA-1 gene transcription during restricted latency are conserved among lymphocryptoviruses of old world primates

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    28. Imdahl, A; Hock, M; Kuzeawu, A; Mantamadiotis, T; Baldwin, GS
      Expression of gastrin/CCK-B receptors does not lead to a mitogenic response to gastrin in two colon cell lines

      JOURNAL OF SURGICAL RESEARCH
    29. Speck, P; Kline, KA; Cheresh, P; Longnecker, R
      Epstein-Barr virus lacking latent membrane protein 2 immortalizes B cells with efficiency indistinguishable from that of wild-type virus

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    30. Watson, SA; Michaeli, D; Grimes, S; Morris, TM; Varro, A; Clarke, PA; Smith, AM; Justin, TA; Hardcastle, JD
      A comparison of an anti-gastrin antibody and cytotoxic drugs in the therapy of human gastric ascites in SCID mice

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER
    31. CALDWELL RG; WILSON JB; ANDERSON SJ; LONGNECKER R
      EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS LMP2A DRIVES B-CELL DEVELOPMENT AND SURVIVAL IN THE ABSENCE OF NORMAL B-CELL RECEPTOR SIGNALS

      Immunity (Cambridge, Mass.)
    32. PROPST A; GRAZIADEI I; HEROLD M; PROPST T; VOGEL W
      THE ACUTE-PHASE PROTEIN ALPHA-1-ANTITRYPSIN INHIBITS TRANSFERRIN UPTAKE IN PLC PRF/5 CELLS AND INCREASES RELEASE OF HEPATITIS-B VIRUS SURFACE-ANTIGEN AND ALPHA-FETOPROTEIN/

      European journal of gastroenterology & hepatology
    33. CHEN D; DESTREE M; HAKANSON R; WILLEMS G
      ENDOGENOUS HYPERGASTRINEMIA DOES NOT PROMOTE GROWTH OF COLONIC MUCOSAOR OF A TRANSPLANTED COLON ADENOCARCINOMA IN RATS

      European journal of gastroenterology & hepatology
    34. Viardot, A; Kronenwett, R; Deichmann, M; Haas, R
      The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-type 1 coreceptor CXCR-4 (fusin) ispreferentially expressed on the more immature CD34+ hematopoietic stem cells

      ANNALS OF HEMATOLOGY
    35. DHOPLE AM; WILLIAMS SL
      THE ACTIVITY OF RIFABUTIN AGAINST MYCOBACTERIUM-LEPRAE IN ARMADILLOS

      International journal of antimicrobial agents
    36. KAMIYA T; SHIRAI A; KAWASHIMA S; SATO S; TAMAOKI T
      HAIR FOLLICLE ELONGATION IN ORGAN-CULTURE OF SKIN FROM NEWBORN AND ADULT MICE

      Journal of dermatological science
    37. BUCUR SZ; LACKEY DA; ADAMS JW; LEE ME; VILLINGER F; MAYNE A; BRAY RA; WINTON EF; NOVEMBRE F; STROBERT EA; DEROSAYRO J; DAILEY PJ; ANSARI AA; HILLYER CD
      HEMATOLOGIC AND VIROLOGICAL EFFECTS OF LINEAGE-SPECIFIC AND NON-LINEAGE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINANT HUMAN AND RHESUS CYTOKINES IN A COHORT OF SIVMAC239-INFECTED MACAQUES

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    38. GRAZIADEI I; KAHLER CM; WIEDERMANN CJ; VOGEL W
      THE ACUTE-PHASE PROTEIN ALPHA-1-ANTITRYPSIN INHIBITS TRANSFERRIN-RECEPTOR BINDING AND PROLIFERATION OF HUMAN SKIN FIBROBLASTS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    39. DHOPLE AM
      FACTORS INFLUENCING THE IN-VITRO GROWTH OF MYCOBACTERIUM-LEPRAE - EFFECT OF INOCULUM

      Microbios
    40. GARCIA MM
      THE PATHOGENESIS OF ANEMIA ASSOCIATED WIT H THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS (HIV) INFECTION

      Medicina Clinica
    41. WEICHOLD FF; ZELLA D; BARABITSKAJA O; MACIEJEWSKI JP; DUNN DE; SLOAND EM; YOUNG NS
      NEITHER HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-1 (HIV-1) NOR HIV-2 INFECTS MOST-PRIMITIVE HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS AS ASSESSED IN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES

      Blood
    42. MARTINEZROMAN S; BALASCH J; CREUS M; FABREGUES F; CARMONA F; VILELLA R; VANRELL JA
      TRANSFERRIN RECEPTOR (CD71) EXPRESSION IN PERITONEAL-MACROPHAGES FROMFERTILE AND INFERTILE WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT ENDOMETRIOSIS

      American journal of reproductive immunology [1989]
    43. WEN JG; VANSTEENBRUGGE GJ; EGELER RM; NIJMAN RM
      PROGRESS OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH IN WILMS-TUMOR

      Urological research
    44. SLOAND EM; YOUNG NS; SATO T; KUMAR P; KIM S; WEICHOLD FF; MACIEJEWSKI JP
      SECONDARY COLONY FORMATION AFTER LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURE USING PERIPHERAL-BLOOD AND BONE-MARROW OF HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS

      AIDS
    45. TENWOLDE S; ENGELS F; MILTENBURG AMM; KUIJPERS EAP; STRUIJKWIELINGA GI; DIJKMANS BAC
      SESAME OIL IN INJECTABLE GOLD - 2 DRUGS IN ONE

      British journal of rheumatology
    46. KEMP JD
      IRON DEPRIVATION AND CANCER - A VIEW BEGINNING WITH STUDIES OF MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES AGAINST THE TRANSFERRIN RECEPTOR

      Histology and histopathology
    47. GRAZIADEI I; WEISS G; BOHM A; WERNERFELMAYER G; VOGEL W
      UNIDIRECTIONAL UP-REGULATION OF THE SYNTHESIS OF THE MAJOR IRON PROTEINS, TRANSFERRIN-RECEPTOR AND FERRITIN, IN HEPG2 CELLS BY THE ACUTE-PHASE PROTEIN ALPHA-1-ANTITRYPSIN

      Journal of hepatology
    48. ZACCHINI M; MORINI S; VITAGLIANO C
      EFFECT OF PHOTOPERIOD ON SOME STOMATAL CHARACTERISTICS OF IN-VITRO CULTURED FRUIT TREE SHOOTS

      Plant cell, tissue and organ culture
    49. FRUEHLING S; LONGNECKER R
      THE IMMUNORECEPTOR TYROSINE-BASED ACTIVATION MOTIF OF EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS LMP2A IS ESSENTIAL FOR BLOCKING BCR-MEDIATED SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Virology
    50. MESSERSCHMITT AS; DUNANT N; BALLMERHOFER K
      DNA TUMOR-VIRUSES AND SRC FAMILY TYROSINE KINASES, AN INTIMATE-RELATIONSHIP

      Virology
    51. LANARI C; MONTECCHIA MF; PAZOS P; SIMIAN M; VANZULLI S; LAMB C; MOLINOLO AA
      PROGESTIN-INDUCED MAMMARY ADENOCARCINOMASIN BALB C MICE - PROGRESSIONFROM HORMONE-DEPENDENT TO AUTONOMOUS TUMORS/

      Medicina
    52. PANOUSIS CG; ROWE DT
      EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS LATENT MEMBRANE-PROTEIN-2 ASSOCIATES WITH AND IS ASUBSTRATE FOR MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE

      Journal of virology
    53. FRIES KL; SCULLEY TB; WEBSTERCYRIAQUE J; RAJADURAI P; SADLER RH; RAABTRAUB N
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL PROTEIN ENCODED BY THE BAMHI-A REGION OF THE EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    54. GILL V; SHATTOCK RJ; SCOPES J; HAYES P; FREEDMAN AR; GRIFFIN GE; GORDONSMITH EC; GIBSON FM
      HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS INFECTION IMPAIRS HEMATOPOIESIS IN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES - NONREVERSAL BY NUCLEOSIDE ANALOGS

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    55. ESSER MT; DINGLASAN RD; KRISHNAMURTHY B; GULLO CA; GRAHAM MB; BRACIALE VL
      IL-2 INDUCES FAS LIGAND FAS (CD95L CD95) CYTOTOXICITY IN CD8(+) AND CD4(+) T-LYMPHOCYTE CLONES/

      The Journal of immunology
    56. NIV Y; HEIZELRACHT N; LAMPRECHT SA
      GASTRIN-LEVELS IN COLORECTAL-CANCER

      Israel journal of medical sciences
    57. FLYG BW; PERLMANN H; PERLMANN P; ESPOSITO F; BERZINS K
      WILD ISOLATES OF PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM MALARIA SHOW DECREASED SENSITIVITY TO IN-VITRO INHIBITION OF PARASITE GROWTH MEDIATED BY AUTOLOGOUS HOST ANTIBODIES

      Clinical and experimental immunology
    58. BAIN BJ
      THE HEMATOLOGICAL FEATURES OF HIV-INFECTION

      British Journal of Haematology
    59. BAHNER I; KEARNS K; COUTINHO S; LEONARD EH; KOHN DB
      INFECTION OF HUMAN MARROW STROMA BY HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-1 (HIV-1) IS BOTH REQUIRED AND SUFFICIENT FOR HIV-1-INDUCED HEMATOPOIETIC SUPPRESSION IN-VITRO - DEMONSTRATION BY GENE MODIFICATION OF PRIMARY HUMAN STROMA

      Blood
    60. JUNKER U; MOON JJ; KALFOGLOU CS; SNIECINSKI I; FORMAN SJ; ZAIA JA; KANESHIMA H; BOHNLEIN E
      HEMATOPOIETIC POTENTIAL AND RETROVIRAL TRANSDUCTION OF CD34(-1(+) PERIPHERAL-BLOOD STEM-CELLS FROM ASYMPTOMATIC HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS MOBILIZED WITH GRANULOCYTE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR()THY)

      Blood
    61. SERRES A; LEGENDRE E; JOZEFONVICZ J; MULLER D
      AFFINITY OF MOUSE IMMUNOGLOBULIN-G SUBCLASSES FOR SIALIC-ACID DERIVATIVES IMMOBILIZED ON DEXTRAN-COATED SUPPORTS

      Journal of chromatography B. Biomedical applications
    62. YOONG KF; ADAMS DH
      TUMOR-INFILTRATING LYMPHOCYTES - INSIGHTS INTO TUMOR IMMUNOLOGY AND POTENTIAL THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS

      JCP. Clinical molecular pathology
    63. RUIZ ME; FREEMAN J; BOUHASIN JD; KNUTSEN AP; HENDRIX MJC
      ARREST OF IN-VITRO T-CELL DIFFERENTIATION OF NORMAL BONE-MARROW-DERIVED CD34(-CELLS WITH THYMIC EPITHELIAL FRAGMENTS FROM CHILDREN WITH AIDS() STEM)

      Stem cells
    64. RUIZ M; ROODMAN ST; BOUHASIN JD; KNUTSEN AP
      T-CELL DIFFERENTIATION MATURATION OF CD34(-CELLS FROM HIV-SEROPOSITIVE HEMOPHILIACS IN CULTURED THYMIC EPITHELIAL FRAGMENTS() STEM)

      Stem cells
    65. SAWAMURA M; MURAKAMI H; TSUCHIYA J
      TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA AND INTERLEUKIN-4 IN MYELOMA CELL PRECURSOR DIFFERENTIATION

      Leukemia & lymphoma
    66. NOCENTINI G
      RIBONUCLEOTIDE REDUCTASE INHIBITORS - NEW STRATEGIES FOR CANCER-CHEMOTHERAPY

      Critical reviews in oncology/hematology
    67. ZAULI G; CAPITANI S
      HIV-1-RELATED MECHANISMS OF SUPPRESSION OF CD34+ HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS

      Pathobiology
    68. GEISSLER RG; ROSSOL R; MENTZEL U; OTTMANN OG; KLEIN AS; GUTE P; HELM EB; HOELZER D; GANSER A
      GAMMA-DELTA-T-CELL-RECEPTOR-POSITIVE LYMPHOCYTES INHIBIT HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR-CELL GROWTH IN HIV TYPE 1-INFECTED PATIENTS

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    69. PLANKEN EV; DIJKSTRA NH; WILLEMZE R; KLUINNELEMANS JC
      PROLIFERATION OF B-CELL MALIGNANCIES IN ALL STAGES OF DIFFERENTIATIONUPON STIMULATION IN THE CD40 SYSTEM

      Leukemia
    70. FISH RG
      ROLE OF GANGLIOSIDES IN TUMOR PROGRESSION - A MOLECULAR TARGET FOR CANCER-THERAPY

      Medical hypotheses
    71. KURBACHER CM; WAGNER U; KOLSTER B; ANDREOTTI PE; KREBS D; BRUCKNER HW
      ASCORBIC-ACID (VITAMIN-C) IMPROVES THE ANTINEOPLASTIC ACTIVITY OF DOXORUBICIN, CISPLATIN, AND PACLITAXEL IN HUMAN BREAST-CARCINOMA CELLS IN-VITRO

      Cancer letters
    72. GLINSKY GV; MOSSINE VV; PRICE JE; BIELENBERG D; GLINSKY VV; ANANTHASWAMY HN; FEATHER MS
      INHIBITION OF COLONY FORMATION IN AGAROSE OF METASTATIC HUMAN BREAST-CARCINOMA AND MELANOMA-CELLS BY SYNTHETIC GLYCOAMINE ANALOGS

      Clinical & experimental metastasis
    73. PATTANAPANYASAT K; YONGVANITCHIT K; HEPPNER DG; TONGTAWE P; KYLE DE; WEBSTER HK
      CULTURE OF MALARIA PARASITES IN 2 DIFFERENT RED-BLOOD-CELL POPULATIONS USING BIOTIN AND FLOW-CYTOMETRY

      Cytometry
    74. BROOKS G; BROOKS SF; GOSS MW
      MARCKS FUNCTIONS AS A NOVEL GROWTH SUPPRESSOR IN CELLS OF MELANOCYTE ORIGIN

      Carcinogenesis
    75. CLAREBOUT G; GAMAIN B; SLOMIANNY C; CAMUS D; DIVE D
      THE COURSE OF PLASMODIUM-BERGHEI, P-CHABAUDI AND P-YOELII INFECTIONS IN BETA-THALASSEMIC MICE

      Parasitology
    76. ROBERTSON ES; OOKA T; KIEFF ED
      EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS VECTORS FOR GENE DELIVERY TO B-LYMPHOCYTES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    77. DHOPLE AM
      IN-VITRO SUSCEPTIBILITY OF MYCOBACTERIUM-LEPRAE TO OXYGEN-MEDIATED DAMAGE

      Microbios
    78. GONZALEZBARCA E; GRANENA A
      INTERLEUKIN-2 - A STEP FORWARD IN THE TRE ATMENT OF CANCER

      Medicina Clinica
    79. FRUEHLING S; LEE SK; HERROLD R; FRECH B; LAUX G; KREMMER E; GRASSER FA; LONGNECKER R
      IDENTIFICATION OF LATENT MEMBRANE-PROTEIN 2A (LMP2A) DOMAINS ESSENTIAL FOR THE LMP2A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE EFFECT ON B-LYMPHOCYTE SURFACE-IMMUNOGLOBULIN SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Journal of virology
    80. HERROLD RE; MARCHINI A; FRUEHLING S; LONGNECKER R
      GLYCOPROTEIN-110, THE EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS HOMOLOG OF HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS GLYCOPROTEIN-B, IS ESSENTIAL FOR EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS REPLICATION IN-VIVO

      Journal of virology
    81. RAMESHWAR P; DENNY TN; GASCON P
      ENHANCED HIV-1 ACTIVITY IN BONE-MARROW CAN LEAD TO MYELOPOIETIC SUPPRESSION PARTIALLY CONTRIBUTED BY GAG P24

      The Journal of immunology
    82. BRIELMEIER M; MAUTNER J; LAUX G; HAMMERSCHMIDT W
      THE LATENT MEMBRANE-PROTEIN-2 GENE OF EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS IS IMPORTANTFOR EFFICIENT B-CELL IMMORTALIZATION

      Journal of General Virology
    83. ZAULI G; VITALE M; GIBELLINI D; CAPITANI S
      INHIBITION OF PURIFIED CD34(-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS-1 OR GP120 MEDIATED BY ENDOGENOUS TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA-1() HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS BY HUMAN)

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    84. KLING PJ; DRAGSTEN PR; ROBERTS RA; DOSSANTOS B; BROOKS DJ; HEDLUND BE; TAETLE R
      IRON DEPRIVATION INCREASES ERYTHROPOIETIN PRODUCTION IN-VITRO, IN NORMAL SUBJECTS AND PATIENTS WITH MALIGNANCY

      British Journal of Haematology
    85. BASCH RS; DOLZHANSKIY A; ZHANG XM; KARPATKIN S
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN MEGAKARYOCYTES .2. CD4 EXPRESSION OCCURS DURING HEMATOPOIETIC DIFFERENTIATION AND IS AN EARLY STEP IN MEGAKARYOCYTE MATURATION

      British Journal of Haematology
    86. GILL V; SHATTOCK RJ; FREEDMAN AR; ROBINSON G; GRIFFIN GE; GORDONSMITH EC; GIBSON FM
      MACROPHAGES ARE THE MAJOR TARGET-CELL FOR HIV-INFECTION IN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURE AND DEMONSTRATE DUAL SUSCEPTIBILITY TO LYMPHOCYTOTROPIC AND MONOCYTOTROPIC STRAINS OF HIV-1

      British Journal of Haematology
    87. MARANDIN A; KATZ A; OKSENHENDLER E; TULLIEZ M; PICARD F; VAINCHENKER W; LOUACHE F
      LOSS OF PRIMITIVE HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS IN PATIENTS WITH HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS INFECTION

      Blood
    88. KAUSHAL S; LARUSSA VF; GARTNER S; KESSLER S; PERFETTO S; YU Z; RITCHEY DW; XU J; PERERA P; KIM J; REID T; MAYERS DL; STLOUIS D; MOSCA JD
      EXPOSURE OF HUMAN CD34(-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 DOES NOT INFLUENCE THEIR EXPANSION AND PROLIFERATION OF HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS IN-VITRO() CELLS TO HUMAN)

      Blood
    89. CLEVELAND RP; LIU YC
      CD4 EXPRESSION BY ERYTHROID PRECURSOR CELLS IN HUMAN BONE-MARROW

      Blood
    90. MOSES AV; WILLIAMS S; HENEVELD ML; STRUSSENBERG J; RARICK M; LOVELESS M; BAGBY G; NELSON JA
      HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS INFECTION OF BONE-MARROW ENDOTHELIUM REDUCES INDUCTION OF STROMAL HEMATOPOIETIC GROWTH-FACTORS

      Blood
    91. FURLINI G; VIGNOLI M; RAMAZZOTTI E; RE MC; VISANI G; LAPLACA M
      CONCURRENT HUMAN HERPESVIRUS-6 INFECTION RENDERS 2 HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR (TF-1 AND KG-1) CELL-LINES SUSCEPTIBLE TO HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1

      Blood
    92. MORELLO A; PAVANI M; GARBARINO JA; CHAMY MC; FREY C; MANCILLA J; GUERRERO A; REPETTO Y; FERREIRA J
      EFFECTS AND MODE OF ACTION OF 1,4-NAPHTHOQUINONES ISOLATED FROM CALCEOLARIA-SESSILIS ON TUMORAL CELLS AND TRYPANOSOMA PARASITES

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part C, Pharmacology toxicology & endocrinology
    93. BROOKS D; TAYLOR C; DOSSANTOS B; LINDEN H; HOUGHTON A; HECHT TT; KORNFELD S; TAETLE R
      PHASE IA TRIAL OF MURINE IMMUNOGLOBULIN-A ANTITRANSFERRIN RECEPTOR ANTIBODY-42 6/

      Clinical cancer research
    94. MILLER CL; BURKHARDT AL; LEE JH; STEALEY B; LONGNECKER R; BOLEN JB; KIEFF E
      INTEGRAL MEMBRANE-PROTEIN 2 OF EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS REGULATES REACTIVATION FROM LATENCY THROUGH DOMINANT-NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON PROTEIN-TYROSINEKINASES

      Immunity
    95. KAMIYA T; SATO S; KAWASHIMA S; TAMAOKI T
      HAIR FOLLICLE ELONGATION IN-VITRO OF WHOLE SKIN PIECES FROM MICE

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