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    1. McCawley, LJ; Matrisian, LM
      Tumor progression: Defining the soil round the tumor seed

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    2. Chen, WX; Tang, QB; Gonzales, MS; Bowden, GT
      Role of p38 MAP kinases and ERK in mediating ultraviolet-B induced cyclooxygenase-2 gene expression in human keratinocytes

      ONCOGENE
    3. Yoon, HS; Monks, TJ; Walker, CL; Lau, SS
      Transformation of kidney epithelial cells by a quinol thioether via inactivation of the tuberous sclerosis-2 tumor suppressor gene

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    4. Elson, DA; Thurston, G; Huang, LE; Ginzinger, DG; McDonald, DM; Johnson, RS; Arbeit, JM
      Induction of hypervascularity without leakage or inflammation in transgenic mice overexpressing hypoxia-inducible factor-1 alpha

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    5. Sills, RC; French, JE; Cunningham, ML
      New models for assessing carcinogenesis: An ongoing process

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    6. Williams, GM
      Mechanisms of chemical carcinogenesis and application to human cancer riskassessment

      TOXICOLOGY
    7. Chu, F; Ward, NE; O'Brian, CA
      Potent inactivation of representative members of each PKC isozyme subfamily and PKD via S-thiolation by the tumor-promotion/progression antagonist glutathione but not by its precursor cysteine

      CARCINOGENESIS
    8. Hazelton, WD; Luebeck, EG; Heidenreich, WE; Moolgavkar, SH
      Analysis of a historical cohort of Chinese tin miners with arsenic, radon,cigarette smoke, and pipe smoke exposures using the biologically based two-stage clonal expansion model

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    9. Neufang, G; Furstenberger, G; Heidt, M; Marks, F; Muller-Decker, K
      Abnormal differentiation of epidermis in transgenic mice constitutively expressing cyclooxygenase-2 in skin

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    10. Breitenbach, U; Tuckermann, JP; Gebhardt, C; Richter, KH; Furstenberger, G; Christofori, G; Angel, P
      Keratinocyte-specific onset expression in experimental of serine protease BSSP carcinogenesis

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    11. Shibuya, K; Fujisawa, T; Hoshino, H; Baba, M; Saitoh, Y; Iizasa, T; Sekine, Y; Suzuki, M; Hiroshima, K; Ohwada, H
      Increased telomerase activity and elevated hTERT mRNA expression during multistage carcinogenesis of squamous cell carcinoma of the lung

      CANCER
    12. Greenbaum, D; Medzihradszky, KF; Burlingame, A; Bogyo, M
      Epoxide electrophiles as activity-dependent cysteine protease profiling and discovery tools

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    13. Klaunig, JE; Kamendulis, LM; Xu, Y
      Epigenetic mechanisms of chemical carcinogenesis

      HUMAN & EXPERIMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    14. Monier, R
      Fundamental aspects: mechanisms of carcinogenesis and dose-effect relationship.

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    15. Kapadia, GJ; Azuine, MA; Takayasu, J; Konoshima, T; Takasaki, M; Nishino, H; Tokuda, H
      Inhibition of Epstein-Barr virus early antigen activation promoted by 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate by the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

      CANCER LETTERS
    16. Marks, F; Muller-Decker, K; Furstenberger, C
      A causal relationship between unscheduled eicosanoid signaling and tumor development: cancer chemoprevention by inhibitors of arachidonic acid metabolism

      TOXICOLOGY
    17. Pitot, HC; Hikita, H; Dragan, Y; Sargent, L; Haas, M
      Review article: the stages of gastrointestinal carcinogenesis - application of rodent models to human disease

      ALIMENTARY PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    18. Isbir, T; Yaylim, I; Aydin, M; Ozturk, O; Koyuncu, H; Zeybek, U; Agachan, B; Yilmaz, H
      The effects of Brassica oleraceae var capitata on epidermal glutathione and lipid peroxides in DMBA-initiated-TPA-promoted mice

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    19. Kyprianou, N; Bruckheimer, EM; Guo, Y
      Cell proliferation and apoptosis in prostate cancer: significance in disease progression and therapy

      HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY
    20. Muller, K; Krieg, P; Marks, F; Furstenberger, G
      Expression of PGF(2 alpha) receptor mRNA in normal, hyperplastic and neoplastic skill

      CARCINOGENESIS
    21. Zhao, J; Lahiri-Chatterjee, M; Sharma, Y; Agarwal, R
      Inhibitory effect of a flavonoid antioxidant silymarin on benzoyl peroxide-induced tumor promotion, oxidative stress and inflammatory responses in SENCAR mouse skin

      CARCINOGENESIS
    22. Hofmanova, J; Machala, M; Kozubik, A
      Epigenetic mechanisms of the carcinogenic effects of xenobiotics and in vitro methods of their detection

      FOLIA BIOLOGICA
    23. Banaei, A; Auvert, B; Goldberg, M
      Computer modeling of population exposure to a carcinogen: The example of asbestos and mesothelioma mortality in France

      COMPUTERS AND BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
    24. Reddig, PJ; Dreckschmidt, NE; Zou, J; Bourguignon, SE; Oberley, TD; Verma, AK
      Transgenic mice overexpressing protein kinase C epsilon in their epidermisexhibit reduced papilloma burden but enhanced carcinoma formation after tumor promotion

      CANCER RESEARCH
    25. Chiarugi, V; Cinelli, M; Magnelli, L; Ruggiero, M
      Functional regulative pathways for p53, a protein of basic importance for the integrity of the cell genome

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND METABOLISM
    26. Moore, RJ; Owens, DM; Stamp, G; Arnott, C; Burke, F; East, N; Holdsworth, H; Turner, L; Rollins, B; Pasparakis, M; Kollias, G; Balkwill, F
      Mice deficient in tumor necrosis factor-alpha are resistant to skin carcinogenesis

      NATURE MEDICINE
    27. Powell, SK; Kaloss, M; Burimski, I; Weaver, L; Long, ZF; Lyons, R; McGarrity, GJ; Otto, E
      In vitro analysis of transformation potential associated with retroviral vector insertions

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    28. Wang, XJ; Liefer, KM; Greenhalgh, DA; Roop, DR
      12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate promotion of transgenic mouse epidermis coexpressing transforming growth factor-alpha and v-fos: Acceleration ofautonomous papilloma formation and malignant conversion via c-Ha-ras activation

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    29. Zhao, JF; Sharma, Y; Agarwal, R
      Significant inhibition by the flavonoid antioxidant silymarin against 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol 13-acetate-caused modulation of antioxidant and inflammatory enzymes, and cyclooxygenase 2 and interleukin-1 alpha expression inSENCAR mouse epidermis: Implications in the prevention of stage I tumor promotion

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    30. Burger, F; Krieg, P; Kinzig, A; Schurich, B; Marks, F; Furstenberger, G
      Constitutive expression of 8-lipoxygenase in papillomas and clastogenic effects of lipoxygenase-derived arachidonic acid metabolites in keratinocytes

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    31. Giri, U; Iqbal, M; Agarwal, MK; Khan, S; Athar, M
      Augmentation of 12-O-tetradecanoyl 13-phorbol acetate-mediated tumor promoting response by the porphyrin photosensitization of 7,12-dimethyl benz[alpha]anthracene-initiated murine skin: role of in situ generated reactive oxygen species

      CANCER LETTERS
    32. Hwang, JS; Chen, JJ
      An evaluation of risk estimation procedures for mixtures of carcinogens

      RISK ANALYSIS
    33. Xu, YH; Pitot, HC
      Building quantitative stereology data files with scion image, a public domain image processing and analysis software

      COMPUTER METHODS AND PROGRAMS IN BIOMEDICINE
    34. Zhao, J; Wang, JN; Chen, YJ; Agarwal, R
      Anti-tumor-promoting activity of a polyphenolic fraction isolated from grape seeds in the mouse skin two-stage initiation-promotion protocol and identification of procyanidin B5-3 '-gallate as the most effective antioxidant constituent

      CARCINOGENESIS
    35. Gupta, A; Rosenberger, SF; Bowden, GT
      Increased ROS levels contribute to elevated transcription factor and MAP kinase activities in malignantly progressed mouse keratinocyte cell lines

      CARCINOGENESIS
    36. Zhao, JF; Agarwal, R
      Tissue distribution of silibinin, the major active constituent of silymarin, in mice and its association with enhancement of phase II enzymes: implications in cancer chemoprevention

      CARCINOGENESIS
    37. Melendez-Colon, VJ; Luch, A; Seidel, A; Baird, WM
      Cancer initiation by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons results from formation of stable DNA adducts rather than apurinic sites

      CARCINOGENESIS
    38. Pentland, AP; Schoggins, JW; Scott, GA; Khan, KNM; Han, RJ
      Reduction of UV-induced skin tumors in hairless mice by selective COX-2 inhibition

      CARCINOGENESIS
    39. Reif, AE; Heeren, T
      Consensus on synergism between cigarette smoke and other environmental carcinogens in the causation of lung cancer

      ADVANCES IN CANCER RESEARCH, VOL 76
    40. Muller-Decker, K; Reinerth, G; Krieg, P; Zimmermann, R; Heise, H; Bayerl, C; Marks, F; Furstenberger, G
      Prostaglandin-H-synthase isozyme expression in normal and neoplastic humanskin

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER
    41. Lahiri-Chatterjee, M; Katiyar, SK; Mohan, RR; Agarwal, R
      A flavonoid antioxidant, silymarin, affords exceptionally high protection against tumor promotion in the SENCAR mouse skin tumorigenesis model

      CANCER RESEARCH
    42. Arbeit, JM; Riley, RR; Huey, B; Porter, C; Kelloff, G; Lubet, R; Ward, JM; Pinkel, D
      Difluoromethylornithine chemoprevention of epidermal carcinogenesis in K14-HPV16 transgenic mice

      CANCER RESEARCH
    43. Del Pizzo, JJ; Borkowski, A; Jacobs, SC; Kyprianou, N
      Loss of cell cycle regulators p27(Kip1) and cyclin E in transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder correlates with tumor grade and patient survival

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    44. IQBAL M; REZAZADEH H; ANSAR S; ATHAR M
      ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL (VITAMIN-E) AMELIORATES FERRIC NITRILOTRIACETATE (FE-NTA)-DEPENDENT RENAL PROLIFERATIVE RESPONSE AND TOXICITY - DIMINUTIONOF OXIDATIVE STRESS

      Human & experimental toxicology
    45. LI JJ; RHIM JS; SCHLEGEL R; VOUSDEN KH; COLBURN NH
      EXPRESSION OF DOMINANT-NEGATIVE JUN INHIBITS ELEVATED AP-1 AND NF-KAPPA-B TRANSACTIVATION AND SUPPRESSES ANCHORAGE-INDEPENDENT GROWTH OF HPV IMMORTALIZED HUMAN KERATINOCYTES

      Oncogene
    46. FUSENIG NE; BOUKAMP P
      MULTIPLE STAGES AND GENETIC ALTERATIONS IN IMMORTALIZATION, MALIGNANTTRANSFORMATION, AND TUMOR PROGRESSION OF HUMAN SKIN KERATINOCYTES

      Molecular carcinogenesis (Print)
    47. MULLERDECKER K; KOPPSCHNEIDER A; MARKS F; SEIBERT K; FURSTENBERGER G
      LOCALIZATION OF PROSTAGLANDIN-H SYNTHASE ISOENZYMES IN MURINE EPIDERMAL TUMORS - SUPPRESSION OF SKIN TUMOR PROMOTION BY INHIBITION OF PROSTAGLANDIN-H SYNTHASE-2

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    48. PODDA M; TRABER MG; WEBER C; YAN LJ; PACKER L
      UV-RADIATION DEPLETES ANTIOXIDANTS AND CAUSES OXIDATIVE DAMAGE IN A MODEL OF HUMAN SKIN

      Free radical biology & medicine
    49. MARKS F; FURSTENBERGER G; MULLERDECKER K
      ARACHIDONIC-ACID METABOLISM AS A REPORTER OF SKIN IRRITANCY AND TARGET OF CANCER CHEMOPREVENTION

      Toxicology letters
    50. ENZMANN H; IATROPOULOS M; BRUNNEMANN KD; BOMHARD E; AHR HJ; SCHLUETER G; WILLIAMS GM
      SHORT-TERM AND INTERMEDIATE-TERM CARCINOGENICITY TESTING - A REVIEW PART 2 - AVAILABLE EXPERIMENTAL-MODELS

      Food and chemical toxicology
    51. XU YH; DRAGAN YP; CAMPBELL HA; PITOT HC
      STEREO - A PROGRAM ON A PC-WINDOWS-95 PLATFORM FOR RECORDING AND EVALUATING QUANTITATIVE STEREOLOGIC INVESTIGATIONS OF MULTISTAGE HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS IN RODENTS

      Computer methods and programs in biomedicine
    52. SMITH MK; TREMPUS CS; GILMOUR SK
      COOPERATION BETWEEN FOLLICULAR ORNITHINE DECARBOXYLASE AND V-HA-RAS INDUCES SPONTANEOUS PAPILLOMAS AND MALIGNANT CONVERSION IN TRANSGENIC SKIN

      Carcinogenesis (New York. Print)
    53. DUBOWSKI A; JOHNSTON DA; RUPP T; BELTRAN L; CONTI CJ; DIGIOVANNI J
      PAPILLOMAS AT HIGH-RISK FOR MALIGNANT PROGRESSION ARISING BOTH EARLY AND LATE DURING 2-STAGE CARCINOGENESIS IN SENCAR MICE

      Carcinogenesis (New York. Print)
    54. BUCKMAN SY; GRESHAM A; HALE P; HRUZA G; ANAST J; MASFERRER J; PENTLAND AP
      COX-2 EXPRESSION IS INDUCED BY UVB EXPOSURE IN HUMAN SKIN - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SKIN-CANCER

      Carcinogenesis
    55. GIMENEZCONTI IB; BINDER RL; JOHNSTON D; SLAGA TJ
      COMPARISON OF THE SKIN TUMOR-PROMOTING POTENTIAL OF DIFFERENT ORGANICPEROXIDES IN SENCAR MICE

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    56. TREMPUS CS; MAHLER JF; ANANTHASWAMY HN; LOUGHLIN SM; FRENCH JE; TENNANT RW
      PHOTOCARCINOGENESIS AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO UV-RADIATION IN THE V-HA-RAS TRANSGENIC TG.AC MOUSE

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    57. MULLERDECKER K; SCHOLZ K; NEUFANG G; MARKS F; FURSTENBERGER G
      LOCALIZATION OF PROSTAGLANDIN-H SYNTHASE-1 AND SYNTHASE-2 IN MOUSE SKIN - IMPLICATIONS FOR CUTANEOUS FUNCTION

      Experimental cell research
    58. MAO JH; LINDSAY KA; BALMAIN A; WHELDON TE
      STOCHASTIC MODELING OF TUMORIGENESIS IN P53 DEFICIENT MICE

      British Journal of Cancer
    59. CASTONGUAY A; GALI HU; PERCHELLET EM; GAO XM; BOUKHARTA M; JALBERT G; OKUDA T; YOSHIDA T; HATANO T; PERCHELLET JP
      ANTITUMORIGENIC AND ANTIPROMOTING ACTIVITIES OF ELLAGIC ACID, ELLAGITANNINS AND OLIGOMERIC ANTHOCYANIN AND PROCYANIDIN

      International journal of oncology
    60. REINERS JJ; SINGH KP; YOON HL; CONTI CJ
      TRANSPLANTATION ANALYSES OF THE IMMUNOGENICITY OF EPIDERMAL TUMORS GENERATED IN MURINE SKIN 2-STAGE CARCINOGENESIS PROTOCOLS

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    61. TREMPUS CS; HASEMAN JK; TENNANT RW
      DECREASES IN PHORBOL ESTER-INDUCED PAPILLOMA DEVELOPMENT IN V-HA-RAS TRANSGENIC TG.AC MICE DURING REDUCED GENE DOSAGE OF BCL-2

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    62. WEBER C; PODDA M; RALLIS M; THIELE JJ; TRABER MG; PACKER L
      EFFICACY OF TOPICALLY APPLIED TOCOPHEROLS AND TOCOTRIENOLS IN PROTECTION OF MURINE SKIN FROM OXIDATIVE DAMAGE-INDUCED BY UV-IRRADIATION

      Free radical biology & medicine
    63. KATIYAR SK; MUKHTAR H
      TEA ANTIOXIDANTS IN CANCER CHEMOPREVENTION

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    64. OBERLEY TD; OBERLEY LW
      ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME LEVELS IN CANCER

      Histology and histopathology
    65. LEE SF; LIN JK
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF PHYTOPOLYPHENOLS ON TPA-INDUCED TRANSFORMATION,PKC ACTIVATION, AND C-JUN EXPRESSION IN MOUSE FIBROBLAST CELLS

      Nutrition and cancer
    66. MOOLGAVKAR SH
      STOCHASTIC CANCER MODELS - APPLICATION TO ANALYSES OF SOLID CANCER INCIDENCE IN THE COHORT OF A-BOMB SURVIVORS

      Nuclear energy
    67. ZI XL; MUKHTAR H; AGARWAL R
      NOVEL CANCER CHEMOPREVENTIVE EFFECTS OF A FLAVONOID ANTIOXIDANT SILYMARIN - INHIBITION OF MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION OF AN ENDOGENOUS TUMOR PROMOTER TNF-ALPHA

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    68. GALI HU; PERCHELLET EM; MAKKAR HPS; PERCHELLET JP
      ABILITY OF TANNINS EXTRACTED FROM THE LEAVES OF VARIOUS TREES AND SHRUBS TO INHIBIT THE BIOMARKERS OF TUMOR PROMOTION IN MOUSE SKIN IN-VIVO

      International journal of oncology
    69. CHEN GL; PERCHELLET EM; GAO XM; JOHNSON FK; DAVIS AW; NEWELL SW; HEMINGWAY RW; BOTTARI V; PERCHELLET JP
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TUMOR-PROMOTING ACTIVITY OF M-CHLOROPEROXYBENZOIC ACID IN SENCAR MOUSE SKIN AND ITS INHIBITION BY GALLOTANNIN, OLIGOMERIC PROANTHOCYANIDIN, AND THEIR MONOMERIC UNITS

      International journal of oncology
    70. HUANG YT; KUO ML; LIU JY; HUANG SY; LIN JK
      INHIBITIONS OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C AND PROTOONCOGENE EXPRESSIONS IN NIH 3T3 CELLS BY APIGENIN

      European journal of cancer
    71. MURAKAMI A; OHIGASHI H; KOSHIMIZU K
      ANTITUMOR PROMOTION WITH FOOD PHYTOCHEMICALS - A STRATEGY FOR CANCER CHEMOPREVENTION

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    72. KANAI Y; USHIJIMA S; TSUDA H; SAKAMOTO M; SUGIMURA T; HIROHASHI S
      ABERRANT DNA METHYLATION ON CHROMOSOME-16 IS AN EARLY EVENT IN HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    73. PITOT HC
      STAGE-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION DURING HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS IN THE RAT

      Journal of cancer research and clinical oncology
    74. SCHWARTZ JL; SHKLAR G
      GLUTATHIONE INHIBITS EXPERIMENTAL ORAL CARCINOGENESIS, P53 EXPRESSION, AND ANGIOGENESIS

      Nutrition and cancer
    75. GAO XM; PERCHELLET EM; DAVIS AW; NEWELL SW; DUY HH; PERCHELLET JP
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ANTITUMOR-PROMOTING ACTIVITY OF CAMPTOTHECIN IN SENCAR MOUSE SKIN

      Carcinogenesis
    76. GAO XM; PERCHELLET EM; DAVIS AW; NEWELL SW; CHEN GL; HUA DH; PERCHELLET JP
      CAMPTOTHECIN POSTTREATMENTS INHIBIT THE BIOCHEMICAL EVENTS LINKED TO THE TUMOR-PROMOTING COMPONENT OF CARCINOGENESIS IN MOUSE EPIDERMIS IN-VIVO

      International journal of cancer
    77. KATIYAR SK; AGARWAL R; MUKHTAR H
      INHIBITION OF TUMOR PROMOTION IN SENCAR MOUSE SKIN BY ETHANOL EXTRACTOF ZINGIBER-OFFICINALE RHIZOME

      Cancer research
    78. PODDA M; RALLIS M; TRABER MG; PACKER L; MAIBACH HI
      KINETIC-STUDY OF CUTANEOUS AND SUBCUTANEOUS DISTRIBUTION FOLLOWING TOPICAL APPLICATION OF [7,8-C-14]RAC-ALPHA-LIPOIC ACID ONTO HAIRLESS MICE

      Biochemical pharmacology
    79. OGUNDIGIE PO; WATANABE H; YAMADA K; ITO A
      STRAIN DIFFERENCES IN MOUSE SKIN TUMORIGENESIS BY THE PROMOTION OF 12-O-TETRADECANOYLPHORBOL-13-ACETATE OR BENZOYL PEROXIDE

      Oncology Reports
    80. KRIEG P; KINZIG A; RESSLOSCHKE M; VOGEL S; VANLANDINGHAM B; STEPHAN M; LEHMANN WD; MARKS F; FURSTENBERGER G
      12-LIPOXYGENASE ISOENZYMES IN MOUSE SKIN TUMOR-DEVELOPMENT

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    81. MULLERDECKER K; SCHOLZ K; MARKS F; FURSTENBERGER G
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF PROSTAGLANDIN-H SYNTHASE ISOZYMES DURING MULTISTAGE CARCINOGENESIS IN MOUSE EPIDERMIS

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    82. FRENKEL K; WEI LH; WEI HC
      7,12-DIMETHYLBENZ[A]ANTHRACENE INDUCES OXIDATIVE DNA MODIFICATION IN-VIVO

      Free radical biology & medicine
    83. MESNIL M; KRUTOVSKIKH V; OMORI Y; YAMASAKI H
      ROLE OF BLOCKED GAP JUNCTIONAL INTERCELLULAR COMMUNICATION IN NONGENOTOXIC CARCINOGENESIS

      Toxicology letters
    84. BENNETT WP
      P53 ALTERATIONS IN PROGENITOR LESIONS OF THE BRONCHUS, ESOPHAGUS, ORAL CAVITY, AND COLON

      Cancer detection and prevention
    85. HAZLEWOOD C; DAVIES MJ
      EPR SPIN-TRAPPING STUDIES OF THE REACTION OF RADICALS DERIVED FROM HYDROPEROXIDE TUMOR-PROMOTERS WITH NUCLEIC-ACIDS AND THEIR COMPONENTS

      Perkin transactions. 2
    86. HAZLEWOOD C; DAVIES MJ; GILBERT BC; PACKER JE
      ELECTRON-PARAMAGNETIC-RESONANCE STUDIES OF THE REACTION OF ARYL RADICALS WITH NUCLEIC-ACIDS AND THEIR COMPONENTS

      Perkin transactions. 2
    87. LEE WC; LIN RS
      ANALYSIS OF CANCER RATES USING EXCESS RISK AGE-PERIOD-COHORT MODELS

      International journal of epidemiology
    88. GODDARD MJ; KREWSKI D
      THE FUTURE OF MECHANISTIC RESEARCH IN RISK ASSESSMENT - WHERE ARE WE GOING AND CAN WE GET THERE FROM HERE

      Toxicology
    89. KRAUS AL; MUNRO IC; ORR JC; BINDER RL; LEBOEUF RA; WILLIAMS GM
      BENZOYL PEROXIDE - AN INTEGRATED HUMAN SAFETY ASSESSMENT FOR CARCINOGENICITY

      Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology
    90. MALDVE RE; FISCHER SM
      TUMOR-PROMOTING ACTIVITY OF 2,4-DINITROFLUOROBENZENE

      International journal of cancer
    91. GAO XM; PERCHELLET EM; CHEN GL; NEWELL SW; PERCHELLET JP
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TUMOR-PROMOTING ACTIVITY OF THAPSIGARGIN IN CF-1 MOUSE SKIN

      International journal of oncology
    92. CARBONELLI DL; DURAN HA; SCHWINT A; DEREY BM
      NUCLEOLAR ORGANIZER REGIONS AS A MARKER OF INCIPIENT TRANSFORMATION IN A MODEL OF EXPERIMENTAL CARCINOGENESIS

      Virchows Archiv
    93. PFEIFER RW; ADAMS LA
      TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-ALPHA EXPRESSION IN PERITONEAL-MACROPHAGESELICITED FROM SENCAR AND B6C3F1 MICE - RESPONSES TO LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE AND 12-O-TETRADECANOYLPHORBOL-13-ACETATE

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    94. WANG XJ; GREENHALGH DA; ECKHARDT JN; ROTHNAGEL JA; ROOP DR
      EPIDERMAL EXPRESSION OF TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-ALPHA IN TRANSGENIC MICE - INDUCTION OF SPONTANEOUS AND 12-O-TETRADECANOYLPHORBOL-13-ACETATE-INDUCED PAPILLOMAS VIA A MECHANISM INDEPENDENT OF HA-RAS ACTIVATION OR OVEREXPRESSION

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    95. SHERTZER HG; SAINSBURY M; REILMAN R; WARSHAWSKY D
      RETARDATION OF BENZO[A]PYRENE-INDUCED EPIDERMAL TUMOR-FORMATION BY THE POTENT ANTIOXIDANT 4B,5,9B,10-TETRAHYDROINDENO[1,2-B]INDOLE

      Cancer letters
    96. ODRISCOLL KR; MADDEN PV; CHRISTIANSEN KM; VIAGE A; SLAGA TJ; FABBRO D; POWELL CT; WEINSTEIN IB
      OVEREXPRESSION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C BETA-I IN A MURINE KERATINOCYTE CELL-LINE PRODUCES EFFECTS ON CELLULAR GROWTH, MORPHOLOGY AND DIFFERENTIATION

      Cancer letters
    97. AGARWAL R; KATIYAR SK; LUNDGREN DW; MUKHTAR H
      INHIBITORY EFFECT OF SILYMARIN, AN ANTIHEPATOTOXIC FLAVONOID, ORE 12-O-TETRADECANOYLPHORBOL-13-ACETATE-INDUCED EPIDERMAL ORNITHINE DECARBOXYLASE ACTIVITY AND MESSENGER-RNA IN SENCAR MICE

      Carcinogenesis
    98. MUKHTAR H; KATIYAR SK; AGARWAL R
      GREEN TEA AND SKIN - ANTICARCINOGENIC EFFECTS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    99. DIGIOVANNI J; BELTRAN L; RUPP A; HARVEY RG; GILL RD
      FURTHER ANALYSIS OF C-HA-RAS MUTATIONS IN PAPILLOMAS INITIATED BY SEVERAL POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS AND PAPILLOMAS FROM UNINITIATED,PROMOTER-TREATED SKIN IN SENCAR MICE

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    100. YOKOTA J; SUGIMURA T
      MULTIPLE STEPS IN CARCINOGENESIS INVOLVING ALTERATIONS OF MULTIPLE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENES

      The FASEB journal


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