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    1. Weisburger, JH
      Antimutagenesis and anticarcinogenesis, from the past to the future

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    2. Farinati, F; Cardin, R; Fiorentino, M; D'Errico, A; Grigioni, W; Cecchetto, A; Naccarato, R
      Imbalance between cytoproliferation and apoptosis in hepatitis C virus related chronic liver disease

      JOURNAL OF VIRAL HEPATITIS
    3. Krewski, D; Byus, CV; Glickman, BW; Lotz, WG; Mandeville, R; McBride, ML; Prato, FS; Weaver, DF
      Potential health risks of radiofrequency fields from wireless telecommunication devices

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-PART B-CRITICAL REVIEWS
    4. Inoue, H; Seitz, HK
      Viruses and alcohol in the pathogenesis of primary hepatic carcinoma

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER PREVENTION
    5. Stettler, PM; Sengstag, C
      Liver carcinogen aflatoxin B-1 as an inducer of mitotic recombination in ahuman cell line

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    6. De Miglio, MR; Muroni, MR; Simile, MM; Virdis, P; Asara, G; Frau, M; Calvisi, DF; Seddaiu, MA; Pascale, RM; Feo, F
      Frequent loss of heterozygosity at the Hcr1 (hepatocarcinogenesis resistance) locus on chromosome 10 in primary hepatocellular carcinomas from LFF1 rat strain

      HEPATOLOGY
    7. Frachon, S; Gouysse, G; Dumortier, J; Couvelard, A; Nejjari, M; Mion, F; Berger, F; Paliard, P; Boillot, O; Scoazec, JY
      Endothelial cell marker expression in dysplastic lesions of the liver: an immunohistochemical study

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    8. Melnick, RL
      Is peroxisome proliferation an obligatory precursor step in the carcinogenicity of di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)?

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    9. Winzer, K; Van Noorden, CJF; Kohler, A
      Quantitative cytochemical analysis of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity in living isolated hepatocytes of European flounder for rapid analysis of xenobiotic effects

      JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY & CYTOCHEMISTRY
    10. Marvin, C; Allan, L; Bryant, D; McCarry, B
      Use of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) as a bioindicator for aromatic hydrocarbons in Hamilton Harbour

      WATER QUALITY RESEARCH JOURNAL OF CANADA
    11. Bitsch, A; Hadjiolov, N; Klohn, PC; Bergmann, O; Zwirner-Baier, I; Neumann, HG
      Dose response of early effects related to tumor promotion of 2-acetylaminofluorene

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    12. Kong, FM; Anscher, MS; Washington, MK; Killian, JK; Jirtle, RL
      M6P/IGF2R is mutated in squamous cell carcinoma of the lung

      ONCOGENE
    13. Kishida, H; Nakae, D; Kobayashi, Y; Kusuoka, O; Kitayama, W; Denda, A; Fukui, H; Konishi, Y
      Enhancement of hepatocarcinogenesis initiated with diethylnitrosamine or N-nitrosobis(2-hydroxypropyl)amine by a choline-deficient, L-amino acid-defined diet administered prior to the carcinogen exposure in rats

      EXPERIMENTAL AND TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    14. Teeguarden, JG; Newton, MA; Dragan, YP; Pitot, HC
      Genome-wide loss of heterozygosity analysis of chemically induced rat hepatocellular carcinomas reveals elevated frequency of allelic imbalances on chromosomes 1, 6, 8, 11, 15, 17, and 20

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    15. Thorgeirsson, SS; Factor, VM; Snyderwine, EG
      Transgenic mouse models in carcinogenesis research and testing

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    16. Laconi, E; Tomasi, C; Curreli, F; Diana, S; Laconi, S; Serra, G; Collu, M; Pani, P
      Early exposure to restraint stress enhances chemical carcinogenesis in ratliver

      CANCER LETTERS
    17. Furukawa, F; Nishikawa, A; Lee, IS; Son, HY; Nakamura, H; Miyauchi, M; Takahashi, M; Hirose, M
      Inhibition by methionine of pancreatic carcinogenesis in hamsters after initiation with N-nitrosobis(2-oxopropyl) amine

      CANCER LETTERS
    18. Ledda-Columbano, GM; Pibiri, M; Perra, A; Piga, R; Loi, R; Dore, M; Shinozuka, H; Columbano, A
      Ciprofibrate and triiodothyronine do not suppress in vivo induction of placental glutathione S-transferase expression in rat hepatocytes

      CANCER LETTERS
    19. Bock, KW; Gschaidmeier, H; Bock-Hennig, BS; Eriksson, LC
      Density-dependent growth of normal and nodular hepatocytes

      TOXICOLOGY
    20. Davies, TS; Lynch, BS; Monro, AM; Munro, IC; Nestmann, ER
      Rodent carcinogenicity tests need be no longer than 18 months: An analysisbased on 210 chemicals in the IARC monographs

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    21. Van Gijssel, HE; Ohlson, LCE; Torndal, UB; Mulder, GJ; Eriksson, LC; Porsch-Hallstrom, I; Meerman, JHN
      Loss of nuclear p53 protein in preneoplastic rat hepatocytes is accompanied by Mdm2 and Bcl-2 overexpression and by defective response to DNA damage in vivo

      HEPATOLOGY
    22. Bishayee, A; Oinam, S; Basu, M; Chatterjee, M
      Vanadium chemoprevention of 7,12-dimethylbenz(a)anthracene-induced rat mammary carcinogenesis: probable involvement of representative hepatic phase Iand II xenobiotic metabolizing enzymes

      BREAST CANCER RESEARCH AND TREATMENT
    23. Hussain, SP; Raja, K; Amstad, PA; Sawyer, M; Trudel, LJ; Wogan, GN; Hofseth, LJ; Shields, PG; Billiar, TR; Trautwein, C; Hohler, T; Galle, PR; Phillips, DH; Markin, R; Marrogi, AJ; Harris, CC
      Increased p53 mutation load in nontumorous human liver of Wilson disease and hemochromatosis: Oxyradical overload diseases

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    24. Nakae, D; Akai, H; Kishida, H; Kusuoka, O; Tsutsumi, M; Konishi, Y
      Age and organ dependent spontaneous generation of nuclear 8-hydroxydeoxyguanosine in male Fischer 344 rats

      LABORATORY INVESTIGATION
    25. Tornillo, L; Carafa, V; Richter, J; Sauter, G; Moch, H; Minola, E; Gambacorta, M; Bianchi, L; Vecchione, R; Terracciano, LM
      Marked genetic similarities between hepatitis B virus-positive and hepatitis C virus-positive hepatocellular carcinomas

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    26. Ikeda, Y; Koyota, S; Ihara, H; Yamaguchi, Y; Korekane, H; Tsuda, T; Sasai, K; Taniguchi, N
      Kinetic basis for the donor nucleotide-sugar specificity of beta 1,4-N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase III

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Tanaka, K; Sakai, H; Hashizume, M; Hirohata, T
      Serum testosterone: Estradiol ratio and the development of hepatocellular carcinoma among male cirrhotic patients

      CANCER RESEARCH
    28. Bawa, S; Xiao, W
      Methionine reduces spontaneous and alkylation-induced mutagenesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells deficient in O-6-methylguanine-DNA methyltransferase

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    29. Pulford, DJ; Falls, JG; Killian, JK; Jirtle, RL
      Polymorphisms, genomic imprinting and cancer susceptibility

      MUTATION RESEARCH-REVIEWS IN MUTATION RESEARCH
    30. Lyons, BP; Stewart, C; Kirby, MF
      The detection of biomarkers of genotoxin exposure in the European flounder(Platichthys flesus) collected from the River Tyne Estuary

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    31. Kanduc, D; Bannasch, P; Farber, E
      A critical perspective in cancer research (Review)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    32. Killian, JK; Jirtle, RL
      Genomic structure of the human M6P/IGF2 receptor

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    33. Nielsen, B; Albregtsen, F; Danielsen, HE
      The use of fractal features from the periphery of cell nuclei as a classification tool

      ANALYTICAL CELLULAR PATHOLOGY
    34. Patel, HRH
      Intestinal mucosa versus dietary carcinogens: The carcinogenic consequenceof metabolic defense enzyme disruption

      NUTRITION
    35. Christensen, JG; Goldsworthy, TL; Cattley, RC
      Dysregulation of apoptosis by c-myc in transgenic hepatocytes and effects of growth factors and nongenotoxic carcinogens

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    36. Yamasaki, H; Krutovskikh, V; Mesnil, M; Tanaka, T; Zaidan-Dagli, ML; Omori, Y
      Role of connexin (gap junction) genes in cell growth control and carcinogenesis

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    37. Bitsch, A; Klohn, PC; Hadjiolov, N; Bergmann, O; Neumann, HG
      New insights into carcinogenesis of the classical model arylamine 2-acetylaminofluorene

      CANCER LETTERS
    38. Yoshida, M; Miyajima, K; Shiraki, K; Ando, J; Kudoh, K; Nakae, D; Takahashi, M; Maekawa, A
      Hepatotoxicity and consequently increased cell proliferation are associated with flumequine hepatocarcinogenesis in mice

      CANCER LETTERS
    39. Morimura, K; Salim, EI; Yamamoto, S; Wanibuchi, H; Fukushima, S
      Dose-dependent induction of aberrant crypt foci in the colons but no neoplastic lesions in the livers of heterozygous p53-deficient mice treated withlow dose 2-amino-3-methylimidazo [4,5-f]quinoline

      CANCER LETTERS
    40. Adinehzadeh, M; Reo, NV; Jarnot, BM; Taylor, CA; Mattie, DR
      Dose-response hepatotoxicity of the peroxisome proliferator, perfluorodecanoic acid and the relationship to phospholipid metabolism in rats

      TOXICOLOGY
    41. Williams, GM; Iatropoulos, MJ; Whysner, J
      Safety assessment of butylated hydroxyanisole and butylated hydroxytolueneas antioxidant food additives

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    42. Wada, I; Kanada, H; Nomura, K; Kato, Y; Machinami, R; Kitagawa, T
      Failure to detect genetic alteration of the mannose-6-phosphate/insulin-like growth factor 2 receptor (M6P/IGF2R) gene in hepatocellular carcinomas in Japan

      HEPATOLOGY
    43. Huang, ZZ; Mato, JM; Kanel, G; Lu, SC
      Differential effect of thioacetamide on hepatic methionine adenosyltransferase expression in the rat

      HEPATOLOGY
    44. Nishino, H; Murakoshi, M; Masuda, M; Tokuda, H; Satomi, Y; Onozuka, M; Yamaguchi, S; Bu, P; Tsuruta, A; Nosaka, K; Baba, M; Takasuka, N
      Suppression of lung and liver carcinogenesis in mice by oral administration of myo-inositol

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    45. Gariboldi, M; Pascale, R; Manenti, G; De Miglio, MR; Calvisi, D; Carru, A; Dragani, TA; Feo, F
      Analysis of loss of heterozygosity in neoplastic nodules induced by diethylnitrosamine in the resistant BFF1 rat strain

      CARCINOGENESIS
    46. Ogawa, K; Osanai, M; Obata, M; Ishizaki, K; Kamiya, K
      Gain of chromosomes 15 and 19 is frequent in both mouse hepatocellular carcinoma cell lines and primary tumors, but loss of chromosomes 4 and 12 is detected only in the cell lines

      CARCINOGENESIS
    47. Diwan, BA; Riggs, CW; Logsdon, D; Haines, DC; Olivero, OA; Rice, JM; Yuspa, SH; Poirier, MC; Anderson, LM
      Multiorgan transplacental and neonatal carcinogenicity of 3 '-azido-3 '-deoxythymidine in mice

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    48. Byrd, JC; Devi, GR; De Souza, AT; Jirtle, RL; MacDonald, RG
      Disruption of ligand binding to the insulin-like growth factor II/mannose 6-phosphate receptor by cancer-associated missense mutations

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    49. De Miglio, MR; Canzian, F; Pascale, RM; Simile, MM; Muroni, MR; Calvisi, D; Romeo, G; Feo, F
      Identification of genetic loci controlling hepatocarcinogenesis on rat chromosomes 7 and 10

      CANCER RESEARCH
    50. Devi, GR; De Souza, AT; Byrd, JC; Jirtle, RL; MacDonald, RG
      Altered ligand binding by insulin-like growth factor II/mannose 6-phosphate receptors bearing missense mutations in human cancers

      CANCER RESEARCH
    51. Ryu, DY; Pratt, VSW; Davis, CD; Schut, HAJ; Snyderwine, EG
      In vivo mutagenicity and hepatocarcinogenicity of 2-amino-3,8-dimethylimidazo[4,5-f]quinoxaline (MeIQx) in bitransgenic c-myc/lambda lacZ mice

      CANCER RESEARCH
    52. Santoni-Rugiu, E; Jensen, MR; Factor, VM; Thorgeirsson, SS
      Acceleration of c-myc-induced hepatocarcinogenesis by co-expression of transforming growth factor (TGF)-alpha in transgenic mice is associated with TGF-beta 1 signaling disruption

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    53. MASSEY KA; BLAKESLEE CH; PITKOW HS
      A REVIEW OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF ESSENTIAL AMINO-ACIDS

      Amino acids
    54. Nakae, D; Denda, A; Kobayashi, Y; Akai, H; Kishida, H; Tsujiuchi, T; Konishi, Y; Suzuki, T; Muramatsu, M
      Inhibition of early-phase exogenous and endogenous liver carcinogenesis intransgenic rats harboring a rat glutathione S-transferase placental form gene

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    55. LIU GY; FRANK N; BARTSCH H; LIN JK
      INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS BY THIURAMDISULFIDES, THE REACTIVE METABOLITESOF DITHIOCARBAMATES, THROUGH COORDINATIVE MODULATION OF NF-KAPPA-B, C-FOS C-JUN, AND P53 PROTEINS/

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    56. DEVI GR; BYRD JC; SLENTZ DH; MACDONALD RG
      AN INSULIN-LIKE-GROWTH-FACTOR-II (IGF-II) AFFINITY-ENHANCING DOMAIN LOCALIZED WITHIN EXTRACYTOPLASMIC REPEAT-13 OF THE IGF-II MANNOSE-6-PHOSPHATE RECEPTOR

      Molecular endocrinology
    57. WANG LQ; YU YZ; SELL S
      P53 AND PCNA AS DIFFERENTIATION MARKERS OF HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMAS

      Journal of tumor marker oncology
    58. LAW JM; LOPEZ L; DEANGELO AB
      HEPATOTOXICITY OF THE DRINKING-WATER DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCT, DICHLOROACETIC ACID, IN THE MEDAKA SMALL FISH MODEL

      Toxicology letters
    59. MEHTA R; LOK E; ROWSELL PR; MILLER JD; SUZUKI CAM; BONDY GS
      GLUTATHIONE S-TRANSFERASE-PLACENTAL FORM EXPRESSION AND PROLIFERATIONOF HEPATOCYTES IN FUMONISIN B-1-TREATED MALE AND FEMALE SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS

      Cancer letters
    60. Perin, F; Perin-Roussel, O; Taras-Valero, D; Mouton, D; Covelli, V; Zajdela, F
      Inversion of genetic predisposition to carcinogenesis in liver of two lines of mice selected for resistance (Car-R) or susceptibility (Car-S) to skincarcinogenesis

      CANCER LETTERS
    61. Thorgeirsson, SS; Teramoto, T; Factor, VM
      Dysregulation of apoptosis in hepatocellular carcinoma

      SEMINARS IN LIVER DISEASE
    62. SALVADORI DMF; BARBISAN LF; BAZO AP; DESANTANA EQ; DENADAI R; DEOLIVEIRA SV; RIBEIRO LR; DECAMARGO JLV
      COCAINE MUTAGENICITY AND HEPATOCARCINOGENICITY EVALUATIONS IN RODENTS

      Teratogenesis, carcinogenesis, and mutagenesis
    63. YOGESAN K; SCHULERUD H; ALBREGTSEN F; DANIELSEN HE
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL TEXTURE ANALYSIS AS A DIAGNOSTIC-TOOL IN MOUSE-LIVER CARCINOGENESIS

      Ultrastructural pathology
    64. KOHLER A; VANNOORDEN CJF
      INITIAL VELOCITIES IN-SITU OF G6PDH AND PGDH AND EXPRESSION OF PROLIFERATING CELL NUCLEAR ANTIGEN (PCNA) - SENSITIVE DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS OF ENVIRONMENTALLY-INDUCED HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOGENESIS IN A MARINE FLATFISH (PLATICHTHYS-FLESUS L)

      Aquatic toxicology
    65. WU D; KELLER WL; PARK CS
      LIPOTROPE DEFICIENCY INHIBITS CELL-GROWTH AND INDUCES PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH IN HUMAN BREAST-CANCER CELL-LINE MCF-7

      Nutrition and cancer
    66. SATOH K
      WEAK ELECTROPHILE SELECTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RAT PRENEOPLASTIC MARKER ENZYME GLUTATHIONE-S-TRANSFERASE P-FORM, GST-P(7-7) - A THEORY OF LINEAR FREE-ENERGY RELATIONSHIPS FOR EVALUATION OF THE ACTIVE-SITE HYDROPHOBICITY OF ISOENZYMES

      Carcinogenesis (New York. Print)
    67. YOSHIE M; NISHIMORI H; LEE GH; OGAWA K
      HIGH COLONY-FORMING CAPACITY OF PRIMARY CULTURED-HEPATOCYTES AS A DOMINANT TRAIT IN HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS-SUSCEPTIBLE AND RESISTANT MOUSE STRAINS

      Carcinogenesis (New York. Print)
    68. KLAUNIG JE; XU Y; ISENBERG JS; BACHOWSKI S; KOLAJA KL; JIANG JZ; STEVENSON DE; WALBORG EF
      THE ROLE OF OXIDATIVE STRESS IN CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS

      Environmental health perspectives
    69. JEE SH; SHEN SC; TSENG CR; CHIU HC; KUO ML
      CURCUMIN INDUCES A P53-DEPENDENT APOPTOSIS IN HUMAN BASAL-CELL CARCINOMA-CELLS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    70. DESIDERIO MA; POGLIAGHI G; DANSI P
      REGULATION OF SPERMIDINE SPERMINE N-1-ACETYLTRANSFERASE EXPRESSION BYCYTOKINES AND POLYAMINES IN HUMAN HEPATOCARCINOMA CELLS (HEPG2)/

      Journal of cellular physiology
    71. CHEN YMA; SHIU JYA; TZENG SJ; SHIH LS; CHEN YJ; LUI WY; CHEN PH
      CHARACTERIZATION OF GLYCINE-N-METHYLTRANSFERASE-GENE EXPRESSION IN HUMAN HEPATOCELLULAR-CARCINOMA

      International journal of cancer
    72. VANYUSHIN BF; LOPATINA NG; WISE CK; FULLERTON FR; POIRIER LA
      BUTYLATED HYDROXYTOLUENE MODULATES DNA METHYLATION IN RATS

      European journal of biochemistry
    73. CAI JX; MAO ZB; HWANG JJ; LU SC
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF METHIONINE ADENOSYLTRANSFERASE GENES INFLUENCES THE RATE OF GROWTH OF HUMAN HEPATOCELLULAR-CARCINOMA CELLS

      Cancer research
    74. BEAMER WG; SHULTZ KL; TENNENT BJ; NADEAU JH; CHURCHILL GA; EICHLER EM
      MULTIGENIC AND IMPRINTING CONTROL OF OVARIAN GRANULOSA-CELL TUMORIGENESIS IN MICE

      Cancer research
    75. BHAUMIK M; HARRIS T; SUNDARAM S; JOHNSON L; GUTTENPLAN J; ROGLER C; STANLEY P
      PROGRESSION OF HEPATIC NEOPLASMS IS SEVERELY RETARDED IN MICE LACKINGTHE, BISECTING N-ACETYLGLUCOSAMINE ON N-GLYCANS - EVIDENCE FOR A GLYCOPROTEIN FACTOR THAT FACILITATES HEPATIC TUMOR PROGRESSION

      Cancer research
    76. PRIATEL JJ; SARKAR M; SCHACHTER H; MARTH JD
      ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND INACTIVATION OF THE MOUSE MGAT3 GENE - THE BISECTING N-ACETYLGLUCOSAMINE IN ASPARAGINE-LINKED OLIGOSACCHARIDES APPEARS DISPENSABLE FOR VIABILITY AND REPRODUCTION

      Glycobiology
    77. WALLENIUS VR; RAWET H; SKRTIC S; HELOU K; QIU Y; LEVAN G; EKBERG S; CARLSSON B; ISAKSSON OGP; NAKAMURA T; JANSSON JO
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION OF RAT HEPATOCYTE GROWTH-FACTOR (HGF) AND HGF RECEPTOR (MET) AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HGF RECEPTOR CDNA

      Mammalian genome
    78. TAMURA K; NAKAE D; HORIGUCHI K; AKAI H; KOBAYASHI Y; SATOH H; TSUJIUCHI T; DENDA A; KONISHI Y
      INHIBITION BY GREEN TEA EXTRACT OF DIETHYLNITROSAMINE-INITIATED BUT NOT CHOLINE-DEFICIENT, L-AMINO ACID-DEFINED DIET-ASSOCIATED DEVELOPMENTOF PUTATIVE PRENEOPLASTIC, GLUTATHIONE-S-TRANSFERASE PLACENTAL FORM-POSITIVE LESIONS IN RAT-LIVER

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    79. KUHARA M; HORIKAWA S; KAWARADA Y; TERADA K; MIURA N; TSUKADA K; TANIGUCHI N; SUGIYAMA T
      ENHANCING EFFECT OF A CONGENITAL DISORDER IN METHIONINE METABOLISM ONTHE DEVELOPMENT OF SPONTANEOUS HEPATITIS AND HEPATOMA IN LEC RATS

      The Journal of trace elements in experimental medicine
    80. SEGLEN PO
      DNA-PLOIDY AND AUTOPHAGIC PROTEIN-DEGRADATION AS DETERMINANTS OF HEPATOCELLULAR GROWTH AND SURVIVAL

      Cell biology and toxicology
    81. PEREIRA MA; LI KW; KRAMER PM
      PROMOTION BY MIXTURES OF DICHLOROACETIC ACID AND TRICHLOROACETIC-ACIDOF N-METHYL-N-NITROSOUREA-INITIATED CANCER IN THE LIVER OF FEMALE B6C3F1 MICE

      Cancer letters
    82. MASUI T; NAKANISHI H; INADA K; IMAI T; MIZOGUCHI Y; YADA H; FUTAKUCHI M; SHIRAI T; TATEMATSU M
      HIGHLY METASTATIC HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMAS INDUCED IN MALE F344 RATSTREATED WITH N-NITROSOMORPHOLINE IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER HEPATOCARCINOGENS SHOW A HIGH-INCIDENCE OF P53 GENE-MUTATIONS ALONG WITH ALTEREDMESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION OF TUMOR-RELATED GENES

      Cancer letters
    83. RIZZI MBSL; DAGLI MLZ; JORDAO AA; PENTEADO MVC; MORENO FS
      BETA-CAROTENE INHIBITS PERSISTENT AND STIMULATES REMODELING GAMMA-GT-POSITIVE PRENEOPLASTIC LESIONS DURING EARLY PROMOTION OF HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS

      International journal for vitamin and nutrition research
    84. TAKAHASHI O; OISHI S; FUJITANI T; TANAKA T; YONEYAMA M
      CHRONIC TOXICITY STUDIES OF PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE IN CD-1 MICE - INDUCTION OF HEPATOCELLULAR-CARCINOMA

      Toxicology
    85. LAKE BG; CUNNINGHAME ME; PRICE RJ
      COMPARISON OF THE HEPATIC AND RENAL EFFECTS OF 1,4-DICHLOROBENZENE INTHE RAT AND MOUSE

      Fundamental and applied toxicology
    86. KRUTOVSKIKH V; YAMASAKI H
      THE ROLE OF GAP JUNCTIONAL INTERCELLULAR COMMUNICATION (GJIC) DISORDERS IN EXPERIMENTAL AND HUMAN CARCINOGENESIS

      Histology and histopathology
    87. MALARKEY DE; TON TV; HAILEY JR; DEVEREUX TR
      A PCR-RFLP METHOD FOR THE DETECTION OF HELICOBACTER-HEPATICUS IN FROZEN OR FIXED LIVER FROM B6C3F(1) MICE

      Toxicologic pathology
    88. LACONI E; YUSUF A; JAHANGIR AR; LACONI S; RAO PM; RAJALAKSHMI S; SANNA F; PANI P; MONNI A; SARMA DSR
      TRANSIENT INHIBITION BY OROTIC ACID DOES NOT ABOLISH THE IN-VIVO RESPONSE OF RAT HEPATOCYTES TO A DIRECT MITOGEN, LEAD NITRATE

      Journal of hepatology
    89. SAITOH M; OYAMADA M; OYAMADA Y; KAKU T; MORI M
      CHANGES IN THE EXPRESSION OF GAP JUNCTION PROTEINS (CONNEXINS) IN HAMSTER TONGUE EPITHELIUM DURING WOUND-HEALING AND CARCINOGENESIS

      Carcinogenesis
    90. YU MW; CHIANG YC; LIEN JP; CHEN CJ
      PLASMA ANTIOXIDANT VITAMINS, CHRONIC HEPATITIS-B VIRUS-INFECTION AND URINARY AFLATOXIN B-1-DNA ADDUCTS IN HEALTHY-MALES

      Carcinogenesis
    91. ZINGG JM; JONES PA
      GENETIC AND EPIGENETIC ASPECTS OF DNA METHYLATION ON GENOME EXPRESSION, EVOLUTION, MUTATION AND CARCINOGENESIS

      Carcinogenesis
    92. YAMAMOTO S; HAYASHI Y; MITSUMORI K; NOMURA T
      RAPID CARCINOGENICITY TESTING SYSTEM WITH TRANSGENIC MICE HARBORING HUMAN PROTOTYPE C-HRAS GENE

      Laboratory animal science
    93. CHIU N; ORMEZAVALETA J; CHIU A; CHEN C; DEANGELO A; BRATTIN W; BLANCATO J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF CANCER RISK ASSOCIATED WITH EXPOSURE TO CHLOROFORM

      Environmental carcinogenesis & ecotoxicology reviews
    94. LUBER B; ARNOLD N; STURZL M; HOHNE M; SCHIRMACHER P; LAUER U; WIENBERG J; HOFSCHNEIDER PH; KEKULE AS
      HEPATOMA-DERIVED INTEGRATED HBV DNA CAUSES MULTISTAGE TRANSFORMATION IN-VITRO

      Oncogene
    95. KOBAYASHI E; TSUJIUCHI T; NAKAE D; MIZUMOTO Y; ANDOH N; ENDOH T; KITADA H; TSUTSUMI M; DENDA A; KONISHI Y
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF N,N'-DIPHENYL-P-PHENYLENEDIAMINE ON THE EARLY-STAGE OF THE ENHANCED HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS CAUSED BY COADMINISTRATION OF ETHIONINE AND A CHOLINE-DEFICIENT L-AMINO ACID-DEFINED DIET IN RATS

      Experimental and toxicologic pathology
    96. WILLIAMS GM; IATROPOULOS MJ; WEISBURGER JH
      CHEMICAL CARCINOGEN MECHANISMS OF ACTION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR TESTINGMETHODOLOGY

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