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    1. Bean, LJH; Stark, GR
      Phosphorylation of serines 15 and 37 is necessary for efficient accumulation of p53 following irradiation with UV

      ONCOGENE
    2. Kastan, MB; Lim, DS
      The many substrates and functions of ATM

      NATURE REVIEWS MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY
    3. Shackelford, RE; Kaufmann, WK; Paules, RS
      Oxidative stress and cell cycle checkpoint function

      FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    4. North, S; Hainaut, P
      p53 and cell-cycle control: a finger in every pie

      PATHOLOGIE BIOLOGIE
    5. Wahl, G; Vafa, O
      Genetic instability, oncogenes, and the p53 pathway

      COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMPOSIA ON QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY
    6. Carr, AM
      Cell cycle - Piecing together the p53 puzzle

      SCIENCE
    7. Binder, AB; Serafin, AM; Bohm, LJF
      Abrogation of G(2)/M-phase block enhances the cytotoxicity of daunorubicin, melphalan and cisplatin in TP53 mutant human tumor cells

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    8. Gjoerup, O; Chao, H; DeCaprio, JA; Roberts, TM
      pRB-dependent, J domain-independent function of simian virus 40 large T antigen in override of p53 growth suppression

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    9. Cowell, IG; Okorokov, AL; Cutts, SA; Padget, K; Bell, M; Milner, J; Austin, CA
      Human topoisomerase II alpha and II beta interact with the C-terminal region of p53

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    10. Fox, RI; Herrmann, ML; Frangou, CG; Wahl, GM; Morris, RE; Strand, V; Kirschbaum, BJ
      Mechanism of action for leflunomide in rheumatoid arthritis

      CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    11. Bates, S; Vousden, KH
      Mechanisms of p53-mediated apoptosis

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    12. Fox, RI; Herrmann, ML; Frangou, CG; Wahl, GM; Morris, RE; Kirschbaum, BJ
      How does leflunomide modulate the immune response in rheumatoid arthritis?

      BIODRUGS
    13. May, P; May, E
      Twenty years of p53 research: structural and functional aspects of the p53protein

      ONCOGENE
    14. Lakin, ND; Jackson, SP
      Regulation of p53 in response to DNA damage

      ONCOGENE
    15. Gallagher, WM; Brown, R
      p53-oriented cancer therapies: Current progress

      ANNALS OF ONCOLOGY
    16. Hardenbergh, PH; Hahnfeldt, P; Hlatky, L; Takemoto, C; Shimamura, A; McGill, G; Fung, CY; Bodis, S; Fisher, DE
      Distinct mathematical behavior of apoptotic versus non-apoptotic tumor cell death

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION ONCOLOGY BIOLOGY PHYSICS
    17. Shackelford, RE; Kaufmann, WK; Paules, RS
      Cell cycle control, checkpoint mechanisms, and genotoxic stress

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    18. Li, JR; Chou, CK; McDougall, JA; Dasgupta, G; Wu, HH; Ren, RL; Lee, A; Han, J; Momand, J
      TP53 tumor suppressor protein in normal human fibroblasts does not respondto 837 MHz microwave exposure

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    19. Robles, SJ; Buehler, PW; Negrusz, A; Adami, GR
      Permanent cell cycle arrest in asynchronously proliferating normal human fibroblasts treated with doxorubicin or etoposide but not camptothecin

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    20. FULCI G; ISHII N; VANMEIR EG
      P53 AND BRAIN-TUMORS - FROM GENE-MUTATIONS TO GENE-THERAPY

      Brain pathology
    21. BRISTOW RG; HU QY; JANG A; CHUNG S; PEACOCK J; BENCHIMOL S; HILL R
      RADIORESISTANT MTP53-EXPRESSING RAT EMBRYO CELL TRANSFORMANTS EXHIBITINCREASED DNA-DSB REJOINING DURING EXPOSURE TO IONIZING-RADIATION

      Oncogene
    22. Amundson, SA; Myers, TG; Fornace, AJ
      Roles for p53 in growth arrest and apoptosis: putting on the brakes after genotoxic stress

      ONCOGENE
    23. Muschel, RJ; Soto, DE; McKenna, WG; Bernhard, EJ
      Radiosensitization and apoptosis

      ONCOGENE
    24. Reed, MF; Liu, VF; Ladha, MH; Ando, K; Griffin, JD; Weaver, DT; Ewen, ME
      Enforced CDK4 expression in a hematopoietic cell line confers resistance to the G1 arrest induced by ionizing radiation

      ONCOGENE
    25. PAULSON TG; ALMASAN A; BRODY LL; WAHL GM
      GENE AMPLIFICATION IN A P53-DEFICIENT CELL-LINE REQUIRES CELL-CYCLE PROGRESSION UNDER CONDITIONS THAT GENERATE DNA BREAKAGE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    26. CHERNOVA OB; CHERNOV MV; ISHIZAKA Y; AGARWAL ML; STARK GR
      MYC ABROGATES P53-MEDIATED CELL-CYCLE ARREST IN N-(PHOSPHONACETYL)-L-ASPARTATE-TREATED CELLS, PERMITTING CAD GENE AMPLIFICATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    27. AGARWAL ML; TAYLOR WR; CHERNOV MV; CHERNOVA OB; STARK GR
      THE P53 NETWORK

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    28. YAMAUCHI Y; TANAKA A; YAMAGUCHI K; KOBAYASHI M; SHIMAMURA S; HANAOKA F
      APOPTOSIS WAS PROMOTED AT A NONPERMISSIVE TEMPERATURE IN DNA REPLICATION-DEFECTIVE TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE MUTANTS OF MOUSE FM3A CELLS

      Experimental cell research
    29. SUTCLIFFE T; FU L; ABRAHAM J; VAZIRI H; BENCHIMOL S
      A FUNCTIONAL WILD-TYPE P53 GENE IS EXPRESSED IN HUMAN ACUTE MYELOID-LEUKEMIA CELL-LINES

      Blood
    30. SPITKOVSKY D; SCHULZE A; BOYE B; JANSENDURR P
      DOWN-REGULATION OF CYCLIN-A GENE-EXPRESSION UPON GENOTOXIC STRESS CORRELATES WITH REDUCED BINDING OF FREE E2F TO THE PROMOTER

      Cell growth & differentiation
    31. DELLARAGIONE F; IOLASCON A
      INACTIVATION OF CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE INHIBITOR GENES AND DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN ACUTE LEUKEMIAS

      Leukemia & lymphoma
    32. MOR O; READ M; FRIED M
      P53 IN POLYOMA-VIRUS TRANSFORMED REF52 CELLS

      Oncogene
    33. DOHERTY J; FREUND R
      POLYOMAVIRUS LARGE T-ANTIGEN OVERCOMES P53 DEPENDENT GROWTH ARREST

      Oncogene
    34. YONISHROUACH E
      A QUESTION OF LIFE OR DEATH - THE P53 TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE

      Pathologie et biologie
    35. OKOROKOV AL; PONCHEL F; MILNER J
      INDUCED N-TERMINAL AND C-TERMINAL CLEAVAGE OF P53 - A CORE FRAGMENT OF P53, GENERATED BY INTERACTION WITH DAMAGED DNA, PROMOTES CLEAVAGE OFTHE N-TERMINUS OF FULL-LENGTH P53, WHEREAS SSDNA INDUCES C-TERMINAL CLEAVAGE OF P53

      EMBO journal
    36. VAZIRI H; WEST MD; ALLSOPP RC; DAVISON TS; WU YS; ARROWSMITH CH; POIRIER GG; BENCHIMOL S
      ATM-DEPENDENT TELOMERE LOSS IN AGING HUMAN-DIPLOID FIBROBLASTS AND DNA-DAMAGE LEAD TO THE POSTTRANSLATIONAL ACTIVATION OF P53 PROTEIN INVOLVING POLY(ADP-RIBOSE) POLYMERASE

      EMBO journal
    37. HICKMAN ES; BATES S; VOUSDEN KH
      PERTURBATION OF THE P53 RESPONSE BY HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS TYPE-16 E7

      Journal of virology
    38. CHENE P; MITTL P; GRUTTER M
      IN-VITRO STRUCTURE-FUNCTION ANALYSIS OF THE BETA-STRAND-326-333 OF HUMAN P53

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    39. DILEONARDO A; KHAN SH; LINKE SP; GRECO V; SEIDITA G; WAHL GM
      DNA REREPLICATION IN THE PRESENCE OF MITOTIC SPINDLE INHIBITORS IN HUMAN AND MOUSE FIBROBLASTS LACKING EITHER P53 OR PRB FUNCTION

      Cancer research
    40. BRISTOW RG; BENCHIMOL S; HILL RP
      THE P53 GENE AS A MODIFIER OF INTRINSIC RADIOSENSITIVITY - IMPLICATIONS FOR RADIOTHERAPY

      Radiotherapy and oncology
    41. PELLEGATA NS; ANTONIONO RJ; REDPATH JL; STANBRIDGE EJ
      DNA-DAMAGE AND P53-MEDIATED CELL-CYCLE ARREST - A REEVALUATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    42. YONISHROUACH E
      THE P53 TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE - A MEDIATOR OF A G1 GROWTH ARREST AND OF APOPTOSIS

      Experientia
    43. CHEN CYM; HALL I; LANSING TJ; GILMER TM; TLSTY TD; KASTAN MB
      SEPARATE PATHWAYS FOR P53 INDUCTION BY IONIZING-RADIATION AND N-(PHOSPHONOACETYL)-L-ASPARTATE

      Cancer research


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