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    1. Janss, AJ; Maity, A; Tang, CB; Muschel, RJ; McKenna, WG; Sutton, L; Phillips, PC
      Decreased cyclin B1 expression contributes to G(2) delay in human brain tumor cells after treatment with camptothecin

      NEURO-ONCOLOGY
    2. Yamashiro, S; Chern, H; Yamakita, Y; Matsumura, F
      Mutant caldesmon lacking cdc2 phosphorylation sites delays M-phase entry and inhibits cytokinesis

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    3. Lieberthal, W; Fuhro, R; Andry, CC; Rennke, H; Abernathy, VE; Koh, JS; Valeri, R; Levine, JS
      Rapamycin impairs recovery from acute renal failure: role of cell-cycle arrest and apoptosis of tubular cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Barnes, EA; Kong, M; Ollendorff, V; Donoghue, DJ
      Patched1 interacts with cyclin B1 to regulate cell cycle progression

      EMBO JOURNAL
    5. John, PCL; Mews, M; Moore, R
      Cyclin/Cdk complexes: their involvement in cell cycle progression and mitotic division

      PROTOPLASMA
    6. Bisova, K; Vitova, M; Zachleder, V
      The activity of total histone H1 kinases is related to growth and commitment points while the p13(suc1)-bound kinase activity relates to mitoses in the alga Scenedesmus quadricauda

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Rovira, P; Mascarell, L; Truffa-Bachi, P
      The impact of immunosuppressive drugs on the analysis of T-cell activation

      CURRENT MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Reynard, GJ; Reynolds, W; Verma, R; Deshaies, RJ
      Cks1 is required for G(1) cyclin-cyclin-dependent kinase activity in budding yeast

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Kikuchi, K; Naito, K; Noguchi, J; Shimada, A; Kaneko, H; Yamashita, M; Aoki, F; Tojo, H; Toyoda, Y
      Maturation/M-phase promoting factor: A regulator of aging in porcine oocytes

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    10. Westerman, ME; Holt, GJ; DiMichele, L
      Quantitative assay of cyclin-dependent kinase activity as a sensitive marker of cell proliferation in marine teleost larvae

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    11. Bernhard, EJ; McKenna, WG; Muschel, RJ
      Radiosensitivity and the cell cycle

      CANCER JOURNAL FROM SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
    12. Zhang, H; Berger, JD
      A novel member of the cyclin-dependent kinase family in Paramecium tetraurelia

      JOURNAL OF EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOLOGY
    13. LEE J; HATA K; MIYANO T; YAMASHITA M; DAI YF; MOOR RM
      TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF P34(CDC2) IN METAPHASE II-ARRESTED PIG OOCYTES RESULTS IN PRONUCLEUS FORMATION WITHOUT CHROMOSOME SEGREGATION

      Molecular reproduction and development
    14. Paterson, LA; Meijer, L; Bentley, MG
      Regulation of M-phase promoting factor (MPF) in Nereis virens oocytes during meiotic maturation

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    15. Duncker, BP; Pasero, P; Braguglia, D; Heun, P; Weinreich, M; Gasser, SM
      Cyclin B-Cdk1 kinase stimulates ORC- and Cdc6-independent steps of semiconservative plasmid replication in yeast nuclear extracts

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Lessard, P; Bouly, JP; Jouannic, S; Kreis, M; Thomas, M
      Identification of cdc2cAt: a new cyclin-dependent kinase expressed in Arabidopsis thaliana flowers

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    17. Williams, EA; Hepler, PK; Carrello, AC; John, PCL
      Nuclear-accumulation kinetics of p9(CksHs1) and p9(CksHs2) in live plant cells correlate with immunochemical characteristics

      PROTOPLASMA
    18. D'Angelo, G; Graceffa, P; Wang, CLA; Wrangle, J; Adam, LP
      Mammal-specific, ERK-dependent, caldesmon phosphorylation in smooth muscle- Quantitation using novel anti-phosphopeptide antibodies

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Tanaka, K; Nigg, EA
      Cloning and characterization of the murine Nek3 protein kinase, a novel member of the NIMA family of putative cell cycle regulators

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Porceddua, A; De Veyldera, L; Hayles, J; Van Montagu, M; Inze, D; Mironov, V
      Mutational analysis of two Arabidopsis thaliana cyclin-dependent kinases in fission yeast

      FEBS LETTERS
    21. Chen, G; Hitomi, M
      Dissociation of CDK2 from cyclin A in response to the topoisomerase II inhibitor etoposide in v-src-transformed but not normal NIH 3T3 cells

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    22. Jiang, W; Jimenez, G; Wells, NJ; Hope, TJ; Wahl, GM; Hunter, T; Fukunaga, R
      PRC1: A human mitotic spindle-associated CDK substrate protein required for cytokinesis

      MOLECULAR CELL
    23. WINTERS ZE; ONGKEKO WM; HARRIS AL; NORBURY CJ
      P53 REGULATES CDC2 INDEPENDENTLY OF INHIBITORY PHOSPHORYLATION TO REINFORCE RADIATION-INDUCED G2 ARREST IN HUMAN-CELLS

      Oncogene
    24. BAUMAN P; ALBRIGHT CF
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF DOMAINS IN THE BYR2 KINASE

      Biochimie
    25. RHIND N; RUSSELL P
      TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF CDC2 IS REQUIRED FOR THE REPLICATION CHECKPOINT IN SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    26. BARBIER M; GERAUD ML; NICOLAS G; SOYERGOBILLARD MO
      COLOCALIZATION OF THE CYCLIN-B HOMOLOG P56 AND BETA-TUBULIN DURING THE CELL-CYCLE IN A UNICELLULAR EUKARYOTE DINOFLAGELLATE

      Biology of the cell
    27. WANG YX; DIMITROV K; GARRITY LK; SAZER S; BEVERLEY SM
      STAGE-SPECIFIC ACTIVITY OF THE LEISHMANIA-MAJOR CRK3 KINASE AND FUNCTIONAL RESCUE OF A SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE CDC2 MUTANT

      Molecular and biochemical parasitology
    28. WATERS CA; MORAND JN; SCHATZMAN RC; CARLSON DM
      INDUCTION OF P34(CDC2) IN MOUSE PAROTID-GLANDS UPON ACTIVATION OF BETA(1)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTORS

      Cellular and molecular biology
    29. GOULD KL; FEOKTISTOVA A; FLEIG U
      A PHOSPHORYLATION SITE MUTANT OF SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE CDC2P FAILS TO PROMOTE THE METAPHASE TO ANAPHASE TRANSITION

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    30. BOYTIM ML; LYU SC; JUNG R; KRENSKY AM; CLAYBERGER C
      INHIBITION OF CELL-CYCLE PROGRESSION BY A SYNTHETIC PEPTIDE CORRESPONDING TO RESIDUES-65-79 OF AN HLA CLASS-II SEQUENCE - FUNCTIONAL SIMILARITIES BUT MECHANISTIC DIFFERENCES WITH THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE DRUG RAPAMYCIN

      The Journal of immunology
    31. ENDO T; NADALGINARD B
      REVERSAL OF MYOGENIC TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION BY SV40 LARGE T-ANTIGENRESULTS IN MITOSIS AND APOPTOSIS

      Journal of Cell Science
    32. GARNERHAMRICK PA; FISHER C
      ANTISENSE PHOSPHOROTHIOATE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES SPECIFICALLY DOWN-REGULATE CDC25B CAUSING S-PHASE DELAY AND PERSISTENT ANTIPROLIFERATIVE EFFECTS

      International journal of cancer
    33. RHIND N; RUSSELL P
      THE SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE S-PHASE CHECKPOINT DIFFERENTIATES BETWEEN DIFFERENT TYPES OF DNA-DAMAGE

      Genetics
    34. SIMM A; HOPPE V; KARBACH D; LEICHT M; FENN A; HOPPE J
      LATE SIGNALS FROM THE PDGF RECEPTORS LEADING TO THE ACTIVATION OF THEP70(S6)-KINASE ARE NECESSARY FOR THE TRANSITION FROM G1 TO S-PHASE INAKR-2B CELLS

      Experimental cell research
    35. KARAISKOU A; CAYLA X; HACCARD O; JESSUS C; OZON R
      MPF AMPLIFICATION IN XENOPUS OOCYTE EXTRACTS DEPENDS ON A 2-STEP ACTIVATION OF CDC25 PHOSPHATASE

      Experimental cell research
    36. Rime, H; Talbi, N; Popoff, MR; Suziedelis, K; Jessus, C; Ozon, R
      Inhibition of small G proteins by Clostridium sordellii lethal toxin activates cdc2 and MAP kinase in Xenopus oocytes

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    37. MORRIS MC; HEITZ F; DIVITA G
      KINETICS OF DIMERIZATION AND INTERACTIONS OF P13(SUC1) WITH CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASES

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    38. TANG LR; ADL SM; BERGER JD
      A CDC2-RELATED KINASE IS ASSOCIATED WITH MACRONUCLEAR DNA-SYNTHESIS IN PARAMECIUM-TETRAURELIA

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    39. LEVESON A; WONG F; WONG JTY
      CYCLINS IN A DINOFLAGELLATE CELL-CYCLE

      Molecular marine biology and biotechnology
    40. AZZAM EI; DETOLEDO SM; PYKETT MJ; NAGASAWA H; LITTLE JB
      CDC2 IS DOWN-REGULATED BY IONIZING-RADIATION IN A P53-DEPENDENT MANNER

      Cell growth & differentiation
    41. IANZINI F; MACKEY MA
      SPONTANEOUS PREMATURE CHROMOSOME CONDENSATION AND MITOTIC CATASTROPHEFOLLOWING IRRADIATION OF HELA S3 CELLS

      International journal of radiation biology
    42. DEMORA JF; UREN A; HEIDARAN M; SANTOS E
      BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF P27(KIP1) AND ITS AMINO-TERMINAL AND CARBOXY-TERMINAL DOMAINS IN G2 M TRANSITION OF XENOPUS OOCYTES/

      Oncogene
    43. METCALFE SM; CANMAN CE; MILNER J; MORRIS RE; GOLDMAN S; KASTAN MB
      RAPAMYCIN AND P53 ACT ON DIFFERENT PATHWAYS TO INDUCE G1 ARREST IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Oncogene
    44. VOITENLEITNER C; FANNING E; NASHEUER HP
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF DNA-POLYMERASE ALPHA-PRIMASE BY CYCLIN A-DEPENDENTKINASES REGULATES INITIATION OF DNA-REPLICATION IN-VITRO

      Oncogene
    45. RHIND N; FURNARI B; RUSSELL P
      CDC2 TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION IS REQUIRED FOR THE DNA-DAMAGE CHECKPOINT IN FISSION YEAST

      Genes & development
    46. LOGAN TJ; JORDAN KL; EVANS DL; HALL DJ
      ALTERED CELL-SHAPE IS LINKED TO INCREASED P34(CDC2) GENE-EXPRESSION IN FIBROBLASTS EXPRESSING A MUTANT E2F-1 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    47. LOCK RB; THOMPSON BS; SULLIVAN DM; STRIBINSKIENE L
      POTENTIATION OF ETOPOSIDE-INDUCED APOPTOSIS BY STAUROSPORINE IN HUMANTUMOR-CELLS IS ASSOCIATED WITH EVENTS DOWNSTREAM OF DNA-PROTEIN COMPLEX-FORMATION

      Cancer chemotherapy and pharmacology
    48. VINCENT I; JICHA G; ROSADO M; DICKSON DW
      ABERRANT EXPRESSION OF MITOTIC CDC2 CYCLIN B1 KINASE IN DEGENERATING NEURONS OF ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE BRAIN/

      The Journal of neuroscience
    49. DAVIDPFEUTY T; NOUVIANDOOGHE Y; ROUILLARD D
      DELAYING THE ONSET OF M-PHASE IN NIH 3T3 CELLS BLOCKED IN EARLY S-PHASE OCCURS VIA ACCUMULATING CYCLIN B1 AND TYROSINE-PHOSPHORYLATED P34(CDC2) IN THE NUCLEUS

      Biology of the cell
    50. LI J; MEYER AN; DONOGHUE DJ
      NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION OF CYCLIN B1 MEDIATES ITS BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY AND IS REGULATED BY PHOSPHORYLATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    51. NAKANO S; ENGEL AG; AKIGUCHI I; KIMURA J
      MYOFIBRILLAR MYOPATHY .3. ABNORMAL EXPRESSION OF CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASES AND NUCLEAR PROTEINS

      Journal of neuropathology and experimental neurology
    52. WALKER GR; SHUSTER CB; BURGESS DR
      MICROTUBULE-ENTRAINED KINASE-ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE CORTICAL CYTOSKELETON DURING CYTOKINESIS

      Journal of Cell Science
    53. SUDAKIN V; SHTEINBERG M; GANOTH D; HERSHKO J; HERSHKO A
      BINDING OF ACTIVATED CYCLOSOME TO P13(SUC1) - USE FOR AFFINITY PURIFICATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    54. SWEET MT; CARLSON G; COOK RG; NELSON D; ALLIS CD
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF LINKER HISTONES BY A PROTEIN-KINASE A-LIKE ACTIVITY IN MITOTIC NUCLEI

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. STALS H; BAUWENS S; TRAAS J; VANMONTAGU M; ENGLER G; INZE D
      PLANT CDC2 IS NOT ONLY TARGETED TO THE PRE-PROPHASE BAND, BUT ALSO COLOCALIZES WITH THE SPINDLE, PHRAGMOPLAST, AND CHROMOSOMES

      FEBS letters
    56. DERUA R; STEVENS I; WAELKENS E; FERNANDEZ A; LAMB N; MERLEVEDE W; GORIS J
      CHARACTERIZATION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL IMPORTANCE OF A NOVEL CELL-CYCLE-REGULATED PROTEIN-KINASE IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS OOCYTES THAT PHOSPHORYLATES CYCLIN B2

      Experimental cell research
    57. DEVANTERY C; STUTZ A; VASSALLI JD; SCHORDERETSLATKINE S
      ACQUISITION OF MEIOTIC COMPETENCE IN GROWING MOUSE OOCYTES IS CONTROLLED AT BOTH TRANSLATIONAL AND POSTTRANSLATIONAL LEVELS

      Developmental biology
    58. SKLADANOWSKI A; LARSEN AK
      EXPRESSION OF WILD-TYPE-P53 INCREASES ETOPOSIDE CYTOTOXICITY IN M1 MYELOID-LEUKEMIA CELLS BY FACILITATED G(2) TO M-TRANSITION - IMPLICATIONS FOR GENE-THERAPY

      Cancer research
    59. KAO GD; MCKENNA WG; MAITY A; BLANK K; MUSCHEL RJ
      CYCLIN B1 AVAILABILITY IS A RATE-LIMITING COMPONENT OF THE RADIATION-INDUCED G(2) DELAY IN HELA-CELLS

      Cancer research
    60. KUPFER GM; YAMASHITA T; NAF D; SULIMAN A; ASANO S; DANDREA AD
      THE FANCONI-ANEMIA POLYPEPTIDE, FAC, BINDS TO THE CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE, CDC2

      Blood
    61. ZHOU N; YUAN T; MAK AS; VOGEL HJ
      NMR-STUDIES OF CALDESMON-CALMODULIN INTERACTIONS

      Biochemistry
    62. FOISNER R; MALECZ N; DRESSEL N; STADLER C; WICHE G
      M-PHASE-SPECIFIC PHOSPHORYLATION AND STRUCTURAL REARRANGEMENT OF THE CYTOPLASMIC CROSS-LINKING PROTEIN PLECTIN INVOLVE P34(CDC2) KINASE

      Molecular biology of the cell
    63. GOULD KL; FEOKTISTOVA A
      CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL MUTATIONS AT THE SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE CDC2 REGULATORY PHOSPHORYLATION SITE, TYROSINE-15

      Molecular biology of the cell
    64. SEDLACEK HH; CZECH J; NAIK R; KAUR G; WORLAND P; LOSIEWICZ M; PARKER B; CARLSON B; SMITH A; SENDEROWICZ A; SAUSVILLE E
      FLAVOPIRIDOL (L86-8275,NSC-649890), A NEW KINASE INHIBITOR FOR TUMOR-THERAPY

      International journal of oncology
    65. ABEND M; GILBERTZ KP; RHEIN A; VANBEUNINGEN D
      EARLY AND LATE G(2) ARREST OF CELLS UNDERGOING RADIATION-INDUCED APOPTOSIS OR MICRONUCLEATION

      Cell proliferation
    66. LEW DJ; KORNBLUTH S
      REGULATORY ROLES OF CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE PHOSPHORYLATION IN CELL-CYCLE CONTROL

      Current opinion in cell biology
    67. NISHII K; KABAROWSKI JHS; GIBBONS DL; GRIFFITHS SD; TITLEY I; WIEDEMANN LM; GREAVES MF
      TS BCR-ABL KINASE ACTIVATION CONFERS INCREASED RESISTANCE TO GENOTOXIC DAMAGE VIA CELL-CYCLE BLOCK

      Oncogene
    68. MCKENNA WG; BERNHARD EJ; MARKIEWICZ DA; RUDOLTZ MS; MAITY A; MUSCHEL RJ
      REGULATION OF RADIATION-INDUCED APOPTOSIS IN ONCOGENE-TRANSFECTED FIBROBLASTS - INFLUENCE OF H-RAS ON THE G2 DELAY

      Oncogene
    69. RUSSO GL; KYOZUKA K; ANTONAZZO L; TOSTI E; DALE B
      MATURATION PROMOTING FACTOR IN ASCIDIAN OOCYTES IS REGULATED BY DIFFERENT INTRACELLULAR SIGNALS AT MEIOSIS-I AND MEIOSIS-II

      Development
    70. HAYASHI S
      A CDC2 DEPENDENT CHECKPOINT MAINTAINS DIPLOIDY IN DROSOPHILA

      Development
    71. MINEYUKI Y; AIOI H; YAMASHITA M; NAGAHAMA Y
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY ON STAINABILITY OF PREPROPHASE BANDS BY THE PSTAIR ANTIBODY

      Journal of plant research
    72. MORRIS SM; MCGARRITY LJ; DOMON OE; CHEN JJ; CASCIANO DA
      CELL-CYCLE TRAVERSE IN AHH-1 TK+ - HUMAN LYMPHOBLASTOID-CELLS EXPOSEDTO THE CHROMOSOMAL MUTAGEN, M-AMSA/

      Environmental and molecular mutagenesis
    73. PATRA D; DUNPHY WG
      XE-P9, A XENOPUS SUC1 CKS HOMOLOG, HAS MULTIPLE ESSENTIAL ROLES IN CELL-CYCLE CONTROL/

      Genes & development
    74. ABRAHAM RT; WIEDERRECHT GJ
      IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY OF RAPAMYCIN

      Annual review of immunology
    75. SHAUL O; VANMONTAGU M; INZE D
      CELL-CYCLE CONTROL IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Annals of botany
    76. HUANG TS; SHU CH; SHIH YL; HUANG HC; SU YC; CHAO Y; YANG WK; WHANGPENG J
      PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITIES ARE INVOLVED IN APOPTOTIC CANCER CELL-DEATH INDUCED BY GL331, A NEW HOMOLOG OF ETOPOSIDE

      Cancer letters
    77. MOTTRAM JC; GRANT KM
      LEISHMANIA-MEXICANA P12(CKS1), A HOMOLOG OF FISSION YEAST P13(SUC1), ASSOCIATES WITH A STAGE-REGULATED HISTONE H1 KINASE

      Biochemical journal
    78. FISHER DL; NURSE P
      A SINGLE FISSION YEAST MITOTIC CYCLIN-B P34(CDC2) KINASE PROMOTES BOTH S-PHASE AND MITOSIS IN THE ABSENCE OF G(1) CYCLINS

      EMBO journal
    79. AUDIT M; BARBIER M; SOYERGOBILLARD MO; ALBERT M; GERAUD ML; NICOLAS G; LENAERS G
      CYCLIN-B (P56(CDC13)) LOCALIZATION IN THE YEAST SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE - AN ULTRASTRUCTURAL AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDY

      Biology of the cell
    80. HUGHES SE; GRUBER SA
      NEW IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE DRUGS IN ORGAN-TRANSPLANTATION

      Journal of clinical pharmacology
    81. LING YH; ELNAGGAR AK; PRIEBE W; PEREZSOLER R
      CELL CYCLE-DEPENDENT CYTOTOXICITY, G2 M PHASE ARREST, AND DISRUPTION OF P34(CDC2)/CYCLIN B-1 ACTIVITY-INDUCED BY DOXORUBICIN IN SYNCHRONIZED P388 CELLS/

      Molecular pharmacology
    82. BAPTIST M; LAMY F; GANNON J; HUNT T; DUMONT JE; ROGER PP
      EXPRESSION AND SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF CDK2 AND CDC2 KINASES AND THEIR COMMON PARTNER CYCLIN-A IN THYROID EPITHELIAL-CELLS - COMPARISONOF CYCLIC-AMP-DEPENDENT AND CYCLIC-AMP-INDEPENDENT CELL-CYCLES

      Journal of cellular physiology
    83. GABRIELLI BG; DESOUZA CPC; TONKS ID; CLARK JM; HAYWARD NK; ELLEM KAO
      CYTOPLASMIC ACCUMULATION OF CDC25B PHOSPHATASE IN MITOSIS TRIGGERS CENTROSOMAL MICROTUBULE NUCLEATION IN HELA-CELLS

      Journal of Cell Science
    84. XU X; BURKE SP
      ROLES OF ACTIVE-SITE RESIDUES AND THE NH2-TERMINAL DOMAIN IN THE CATALYSIS AND SUBSTRATE-BINDING OF HUMAN CDC25

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    85. BORGNE A; MEIJER L
      SEQUENTIAL DEPHOSPHORYLATION OF P34(CDC2) ON THR-14 AND TYR-15 AT THEPROPHASE METAPHASE TRANSITION/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    86. MATSUURA I; WANG JH
      DEMONSTRATION OF CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE INHIBITORY SERINE THREONINE KINASE IN BOVINE THYMUS/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    87. LOCK RB; STRIBINSKIENE L
      DUAL MODES OF DEATH INDUCED BY ETOPOSIDE IN HUMAN EPITHELIAL TUMOR-CELLS ALLOW BCL-2 TO INHIBIT APOPTOSIS WITHOUT AFFECTING CLONOGENIC SURVIVAL

      Cancer research
    88. LAMB J; WHEATLEY DN
      CELL-KILLING BY THE NOVEL IMIDAZOACRIDINONE ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENT, C-1311, IS INHIBITED AT HIGH-CONCENTRATIONS COINCIDENT WITH DOSE-DIFFERENTIATED CELL-CYCLE PERTURBATION

      British Journal of Cancer
    89. JASTER R; BITTORF T; KLINKEN SP; BROCK J
      INHIBITION OF PROLIFERATION BUT NOT ERYTHROID-DIFFERENTIATION OF J2E CELLS BY RAPAMYCIN

      Biochemical pharmacology
    90. LI JK; MEYER AN; DONOGHUE DJ
      REQUIREMENT FOR PHOSPHORYLATION OF CYCLIN B1 FOR XENOPUS OOCYTE MATURATION

      Molecular biology of the cell
    91. COLLAS P; CHANG T; LONG C; ROBL JM
      INACTIVATION OF HISTONE H1 KINASE BY CA2+ IN RABBIT OOCYTES

      Molecular reproduction and development
    92. JACOBS TW
      CELL-CYCLE CONTROL

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    93. ABE S; YAGI T; ISHIYAMA S; HIROE M; MARUMO F; IKAWA Y
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF A NOVEL SERINE THREONINE KINASE, MRK, POSSIBLY INVOLVED IN CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT/

      Oncogene
    94. HAMPL A; EPPIG JJ
      ANALYSIS OF THE MECHANISM(S) OF METAPHASE-I ARREST IN MATURING MOUSE OOCYTES

      Development
    95. SIGRIST S; RIED G; LEHNER CF
      DMCDC2 KINASE IS REQUIRED FOR BOTH MEIOTIC DIVISIONS DURING DROSOPHILA SPERMATOGENESIS AND IS ACTIVATED BY THE TWINE CDC25 PHOSPHATASE/

      Mechanisms of development
    96. ARMISTEAD DM; BADIA MC; DEININGER DD; DUFFY JP; SAUNDERS JO; TUNG RD; THOMSON JA; DECENZO MT; FUTER O; LIVINGSTON DJ; MURCKO MA; YAMASHITA MM; NAVIA MA
      DESIGN, SYNTHESIS AND STRUCTURE OF NON-MACROCYCLIC INHIBITORS OF FKBP12, THE MAJOR BINDING-PROTEIN FOR THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSANT FK506

      Acta crystallographica. Section D, Biological crystallography
    97. GALAKTIONOV K; JESSUS C; BEACH D
      RAF1 INTERACTION WITH CDC25 PHOSPHATASE TIES MITOGENIC SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION TO CELL-CYCLE ACTIVATION

      Genes & development
    98. SANTISTEBAN MS
      CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AND CELL-CYCLE .3.

      Pathologie et biologie
    99. YINGLING JM; WANG XF; BASSING CH
      SIGNALING BY THE TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA RECEPTORS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, CR. Reviews on cancer
    100. BASI G; DRAETTA G
      P13(SUC1) OF SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE REGULATES 2 DISTINCT FORMS OF THE MITOTIC CDC2 KINASE

      Molecular and cellular biology


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