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    1. Yokota, Y; Mori, S
      Role of id family proteins in growth control

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Bandyopadhyay, D; Timchenko, N; Suwa, T; Hornsby, PJ; Campisi, J; Medrano, EE
      The human melanocyte: a model system to study the complexity of cellular aging and transformation in non-fibroblastic cells

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    3. Sakaguchi, M; Miyazaki, M; Kondo, T; Namba, M
      Up-regulation of S100C in normal human fibroblasts in the process of agingin vitro

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    4. Takai, N; Miyazaki, T; Fujisawa, K; Nasu, K; Miyakawa, I
      Idl expression is associated with histological grade and invasive behaviorin endometrial carcinoma

      CANCER LETTERS
    5. Nickoloff, BJ
      Creation of psoriatic plaques: the ultimate tumor suppressor pathway. A new model for an ancient T-cell-mediated skin disease. Viewpoint

      JOURNAL OF CUTANEOUS PATHOLOGY
    6. Kolettas, E; Evangelou, A; Gonos, ES
      nu-FBR-fos oncogene fails to rescue mammalian cells from growth arrest butaffects the responses of human fibroblasts to heparin

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    7. Stoeber, K; Tisty, TD; Happerfield, L; Thomas, GA; Romanov, S; Bobrow, L; Williams, ED; Williams, GH
      DNA replication licensing and human cell proliferation

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    8. Ishikawa, F
      Aging clock: the watchmaker's masterpiece

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    9. Ward, WF
      The relentless effects of the aging process on protein turnover

      BIOGERONTOLOGY
    10. Srivastava, VK; Miller, S; Schroeder, M; Crouch, E; Busbee, D
      Activity of DNA polymerase alpha in aging human fibroblasts

      BIOGERONTOLOGY
    11. Kveiborg, M; Flyvbjerg, A; Rattan, SIS; Kassem, M
      Changes in the insulin-like growth factor-system may contribute to in vitro age-related impaired osteoblast functions

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    12. Siwicki, JK; Hedberg, Y; Nowak, R; Loden, M; Zhao, JY; Landberg, G; Roos, G
      Long-term cultured IL-2-dependent T cell lines demonstrate p16(INK4a) overexpression, normal pRb/p53, and upregulation of cyclins E or D2

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    13. Cuervo, AM; Dice, JF
      When lysosomes get old

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    14. Macieira-Coelho, A
      Ups and downs of aging studies in vitro: The crooked path of science

      GERONTOLOGY
    15. Mannhardt, B; Weinzimer, SA; Wagner, M; Fiedler, M; Cohen, P; Jansen-Durr, P; Zwerschke, W
      Human papillomavirus type 16 E7 oncoprotein binds and inactivates growth-inhibitory insulin-like growth factor binding protein 3

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Wick, G; Jansen-Durr, P; Berger, P; Blasko, I; Grubeck-Loebenstein, B
      Diseases of aging

      VACCINE
    17. Kebebew, E; Treseler, PA; Duh, QY; Clark, OH
      The helix-loop-helix transcription factor, Id-1, is overexpressed in medullary thyroid cancer

      SURGERY
    18. Puri, PL; Sartorelli, V
      Regulation of muscle regulatory factors by DNA-binding, interacting proteins, and post-transcriptional modifications

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Ikebe, T; Jimi, E; Beppu, M; Takeuchi, H; Nakayama, H; Shirasuna, K
      Aging-dependent proteolysis of NF-kappa B in human fibroblasts

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Asahara, Y; Nishimura, F; Arai, H; Kurihara, H; Takashiba, S; Murayama, Y
      Chemotactic response of periodontal ligament cells decreases with donor age: association with reduced expression of c-fos

      ORAL DISEASES
    21. Wang, E
      Age-dependent atrophy and microgravity travel: what do they have in common?

      FASEB JOURNAL
    22. Rogakou, EP; Sekeri-Pataryas, KE
      Histone variants of H2A and H3 families are regulated during in vitro aging in the same manner as during differentiation

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    23. Golstein, J; Kimura, T; Miot, F; Dumont, JE
      Loss of several cell functions including okadaic acid-induced apoptosis after multiple passages in FRTL-5 cells

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    24. Salehi, M; Barron, M; Merry, BJ; Goyns, MH
      Fluorescence in situ hybridization analysis of the fos/jun ratio in the ageing brain

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    25. Alani, RM; Hasskarl, J; Grace, M; Hernandez, HC; Israel, MA; Munger, K
      Immortalization of primary human keratinocytes by the helix-loop-helix protein, Id-1

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    26. Bonelli, MA; Alfieri, RR; Petronini, PG; Brigotti, M; Campanini, C; Borghetti, AF
      Attenuated expression of 70-kDa heat shock protein in WI-38 human fibroblasts during aging in vitro

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    27. Fukami-Kobayashi, J; Mitsui, Y
      Cyclin D1 inhibits cell proliferation through binding to PCNA and Cdk2

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    28. LU XG; AZHAR G; LIU LX; TSOU H; WEI JY
      SRF BINDING TO SRE IN THE RAT-HEART - INFLUENCE OF AGE

      The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
    29. NORTON JD; DEED RW; CRAGGS G; SABLITZKY F
      ID HELIX-LOOP-HELIX PROTEINS IN CELL-GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION

      Trends in cell biology
    30. CHOI SW; PARK HY; RUBEIZ NG; SACHS D; GILCHREST BA
      PROTEIN-KINASE-C-ALPHA LEVELS ARE INVERSELY ASSOCIATED WITH GROWTH-RATE IN CULTURED HUMAN DERMAL FIBROBLASTS

      Journal of dermatological science
    31. DESPREZ PY; LIN CQ; THOMASSET N; SYMPSON CJ; BISSELL MJ; CAMPISI J
      NOVEL PATHWAY FOR MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELL INVASION INDUCED BY THE HELIX-LOOP-HELIX PROTEIN ID-1

      Molecular and cellular biology
    32. MEYYAPPAN M; WONG H; HULL C; RIABOWOL KT
      INCREASED EXPRESSION OF CYCLIN D2 DURING MULTIPLE STATES OF GROWTH ARREST IN PRIMARY AND ESTABLISHED CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    33. NORTON JD; ATHERTON GT
      COUPLING OF CELL-GROWTH CONTROL AND APOPTOSIS FUNCTIONS OF ID PROTEINS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    34. RIBAULT D; HABIB M; ABDELMAJID K; BARBARA A; MITROVIC D
      AGE-RELATED DECREASE IN THE RESPONSIVENESS OF RAT ARTICULAR CHONDROCYTES TO EGF IS ASSOCIATED WITH DIMINISHED NUMBER AND AFFINITY FOR THE LIGAND OF CELL-SURFACE BINDING-SITES

      Mechanism of ageing and development
    35. Ito, Y; Ide, T; Mitsui, Y
      Expressional changes in alternative splicing affecting genes during cell passage of human diploid fibroblasts

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    36. TANAKA K; PRACYK JB; TAKEDA K; YU ZX; FERRANS VJ; DESHPANDE SS; OZAKI M; HWANG PM; LOWENSTEIN CJ; IRANI K; FINKEL T
      EXPRESSION OF ID1 RESULTS IN APOPTOSIS OF CARDIAC MYOCYTES THROUGH A REDOX-DEPENDENT MECHANISM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    37. Jha, KK; Banga, S; Palejwala, V; Ozer, HL
      SV40-mediated immortalization

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    38. SIMOES DDM; GONOS ES
      ALTERATIONS OF GENE-EXPRESSION DURING IN-VITRO AGING - THE MAMMALIAN FIBROBLAST MODEL

      Current Science
    39. KLEEFF J; ISHIWATA T; FRIESS H; BUCHLER MW; ISRAEL MA; KORC M
      THE HELIX-LOOP-HELIX PROTEIN ID2 IS OVEREXPRESSED IN HUMAN PANCREATIC-CANCER

      Cancer research
    40. LI HC; TAHARA H; TSUYAMA N; IDE T
      A HVTI1 HOMOLOG - ITS EXPRESSION DEPENDS ON POPULATION DOUBLING LEVELS IN BOTH NORMAL AND SV40-TRANSFORMED HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    41. KADROFSKE MM; OPENO KP; WANG JL
      THE HUMAN LGALS3 (GALECTIN-3) GENE - DETERMINATION OF THE GENE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PROMOTER

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    42. PARKINSON EK; NEWBOLD RF; KEITH WN
      THE GENETIC-BASIS OF HUMAN KERATINOCYTE IMMORTALIZATION IN SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMA DEVELOPMENT - THE ROLE OF TELOMERASE REACTIVATION

      European journal of cancer
    43. LEE SW; WEI JY
      MOLECULAR-INTERACTIONS OF AGING AND CANCER

      Clinics in geriatric medicine
    44. WANG E
      REGULATION OF APOPTOSIS RESISTANCE AND ONTOGENY OF AGE-DEPENDENT DISEASES

      Experimental gerontology
    45. GARKAVTSEV I; RIABOWOL K
      EXTENSION OF THE REPLICATIVE LIFE-SPAN OF HUMAN-DIPLOID FIBROBLASTS BY INHIBITION OF THE P33(ING1) CANDIDATE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR

      Molecular and cellular biology
    46. YAN W; YOUNG AZ; SOARES VC; KELLEY R; BENEZRA R; ZHUANG Y
      HIGH-INCIDENCE OF T-CELL TUMORS IN E2A-NULL MICE AND E2A ID1 DOUBLE-KNOCKOUT MICE/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    47. PRABHU S; IGNATOVA A; PARK ST; SUN XH
      REGULATION OF THE EXPRESSION OF CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE INHIBITOR P21BY E2A AND ID PROTEINS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    48. LANAHAN A; LYFORD G; STEVENSON GS; WORLEY PF; BARNES CA
      SELECTIVE ALTERATION OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION-INDUCED TRANSCRIPTIONAL RESPONSE IN HIPPOCAMPUS OF AGED, MEMORY-IMPAIRED RATS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    49. DURAND B; GAO FB; RAFF M
      ACCUMULATION OF THE CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE INHIBITOR P27 KIP1 AND THE TIMING OF OLIGODENDROCYTE DIFFERENTIATION/

      EMBO journal
    50. HARLEY CB; SHERWOOD SW
      TELOMERASE, CHECKPOINTS AND CANCER

      Cancer surveys
    51. OLIVEIRA JG; KROON EG; FERREIRA PCP; BONJARDIM CA
      THE LOW PROLIFERATION RATES OF HUMAN AMNIOTIC CELLS ARE NEITHER ASSOCIATED TO DEREGULATED PROTOONCOGENES EXPRESSION NOR TO THE EFFECT OF IFN-ALPHA-2

      Placenta
    52. PABLOS JL; CARREIRA PE; SERRANO L; DELCASTILLO P; GOMEZREINO JJ
      APOPTOSIS AND PROLIFERATION OF FIBROBLASTS DURING POSTNATAL SKIN DEVELOPMENT AND SCLERODERMA IN THE TIGHT-SKIN MOUSE

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    53. FUSHIMI K; IIJIMA M; GAO C; KONDO T; TSUJI T; HASHIMOTO T; MIHARA K; NAMBA M
      TRANSFORMATION OF NORMAL HUMAN FIBROBLASTS INTO IMMORTALIZED CELLS WITH THE MUTANT P53 GENE AND X-RAYS

      International journal of cancer
    54. FARAGHER RGA; HARDY SP; DAVIS T; DROPCOVA S; ALLEN MC
      CYCLING WERNERS-SYNDROME FIBROBLASTS DISPLAY CALCIUM-DEPENDENT POTASSIUM CURRENTS

      Experimental cell research
    55. DUNCAN EL; REDDEL RR
      GENETIC CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH IMMORTALIZATION - A REVIEW

      Biochemistry
    56. HAMERMAN D
      AGING AND THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

      Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases
    57. KIPLING D; FARAGHER RGA
      PROGEROID SYNDROMES - PROBING THE MOLECULAR-BASIS OF AGING

      Journal of clinical pathology-Molecular pathology
    58. ERSHLER WB; LONGO DL
      AGING AND CANCER - ISSUES OF BASIC AND CLINICAL SCIENCE

      Journal of the National Cancer Institute
    59. WANG HL; XIE ZR; SCOTT RE
      ADIPOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION PROGRESSIVELY REPRESSES GROWTH-FACTOR RESPONSIVENESS WITHOUT MODIFYING THE EXPRESSION OR PHOSPHORYLATION OF MULTIPLE GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTORS

      Molecular and cellular differentiation
    60. TIAINEN M; PAJALUNGA D; FERRANTELLI F; SODDU S; SALVATORI G; SACCHI A; CRESCENZI M
      TERMINALLY DIFFERENTIATED SKELETAL MYOTUBES ARE NOT CONFINED TO G(0) BUT CAN ENTER G(1) UPON GROWTH-FACTOR STIMULATION

      Cell growth & differentiation
    61. SCHROEDER M; MILLER S; SRIVASTAVA V; MERRIAMCROUCH E; HOLT S; WILSON V; BUSBEE D
      AN ACCESSORY PROTEIN ENHANCES BOTH DNA-BINDING AND ACTIVITY OF DNA-POLYMERASE-ALPHA ISOLATED FROM NORMAL, BUT NOT TRANSFORMED, HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      Mutation research. DNAging
    62. ADLER V; DOLAN LR; KIM J; PINCUS M; BARRETT JC; RONAI Z
      CHANGES IN JUN N-TERMINAL KINASE ACTIVATION BY STRESS DURING AGING OFCULTURED NORMAL HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    63. WHEATON K; ATADJA P; RIABOWOL K
      REGULATION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR ACTIVITY DURING CELLULAR AGING

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    64. CAMPISI J; DIMRI GP; NEHLIN JO; TESTORI A; YOSHIMOTO K
      COMING OF AGE IN CULTURE

      Experimental gerontology
    65. RATTAN SIS
      SYNTHESIS, MODIFICATIONS, AND TURNOVER OF PROTEINS DURING AGING

      Experimental gerontology
    66. EDWARDS DR; LECO KJ; BEAUDRY PP; ATADJA PW; VEILLETTE C; RIABOWOL KT
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA-1 ON THE EXPRESSION OF MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES AND TISSUE INHIBITORS OF METALLOPROTEINASES IN YOUNG AND OLD HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      Experimental gerontology
    67. OZER HL; BANGA SS; DASGUPTA T; HOUGHTON JM; HUBBARD K; JHA KK; KIM SH; LENAHAN M; PANG Z; PARDINAS JR; PATSALIS PC
      SV40-MEDIATED IMMORTALIZATION OF HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      Experimental gerontology
    68. WONG H; RIABOWOL K
      DIFFERENTIAL CDK-INHIBITOR GENE-EXPRESSION IN AGING HUMAN-DIPLOID FIBROBLASTS

      Experimental gerontology
    69. DIMRI GP; NAKANISHI M; DESPREZ PY; SMITH JR; CAMPISI J
      INHIBITION OF E2F ACTIVITY BY THE CYCLIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE INHIBITOR P21 IN CELLS EXPRESSING OR LACKING A FUNCTIONAL RETINOBLASTOMA PROTEIN

      Molecular and cellular biology
    70. DERVENTZI A; RATTAN SIS; GONOS ES
      MOLECULAR LINKS BETWEEN CELLULAR MORTALITY AND IMMORTALITY (REVIEW)

      Anticancer research
    71. ISOYAMA S
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES BEFORE AND AFTER IMPOSITION OF HEMODYNAMIC STRESSIN THE MAMMALIAN HEART

      Life sciences
    72. IIJIMA M; MIHARA K; KONDO T; TSUJI T; ISHIOKA C; NAMBA M
      MUTATION IN P53 AND DE-REGULATION OF P53-RELATED GENE-EXPRESSION IN 3HUMAN CELL-LINES IMMORTALIZED WITH 4-NITROQUINOLINE 1-OXIDE OR CO-60 GAMMA-RAYS

      International journal of cancer
    73. TSOU H; AZHAR G; LU XG; KOVACS S; PEACOCKE M; WEI JY
      AGE-ASSOCIATED CHANGES IN BASAL C-FOS TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-BINDING ACTIVITY IN RAT HEARTS

      Experimental cell research
    74. ZENG GY; MCCUE HM; MASTRANGELO L; MILLIS AJT
      ENDOGENOUS TGF-BETA ACTIVITY IS MODIFIED DURING CELLULAR AGING - EFFECTS ON METALLOPROTEINASE AND TIMP-1 EXPRESSION

      Experimental cell research
    75. ZENG GY; MILLIS AJT
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF COLLAGENASE AND STROMELYSIN MESSENGER-RNA IN LATE PASSAGE CULTURES OF HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      Experimental cell research
    76. GOLUBEV AG
      BIOCHEMISTRY OF SPACE AND TIME (TELOMERES, TELOMERASES AND LIFETIMES OF CELL-POPULATIONS AND MULTICELLULAR ORGANISMS) - A REVIEW

      Biochemistry
    77. GRASSILLI E; BELLESIA E; SALOMONI P; CROCE MA; SIKORA E; RADZISZEWSKA E; TESCO G; VERGELLI M; LATORRACA S; BARBIERI D; FAGIOLO U; SANTACATERINA S; AMADUCCI L; TIOZZO R; SORBI S; FRANCESCHI C
      C-FOS C-JUN EXPRESSION AND AP-1 ACTIVATION IN SKIN FIBROBLASTS FROM CENTENARIANS/

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    78. PAWELEC G
      MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF AGING AND THEIR APPLICATION TO CONSIDERATIONS OF T-LYMPHOCYTE IMMUNOSENESCENCE

      Mechanism of ageing and development
    79. CHOI AMK; PIGNOLO RJ; RHYS CMJ; CRISTOFALO VJ; HOLBROOK NJ
      ALTERATIONS IN THE MOLECULAR RESPONSE TO DNA-DAMAGE DURING CELLULAR AGING OF CULTURED FIBROBLASTS - REDUCED AP-1 ACTIVATION AND COLLAGENASEGENE-EXPRESSION

      Journal of cellular physiology
    80. PIGNOLO RJ; ROTENBERG MO; CRISTOFALO VJ
      ANALYSIS OF EPC-1 GROWTH STATE-DEPENDENT EXPRESSION, SPECIFICITY, ANDCONSERVATION OF RELATED SEQUENCES

      Journal of cellular physiology
    81. LEE XH; SI SP; TSOU HC; PEACOCKE M
      CELLULAR AGING AND TRANSFORMATION SUPPRESSION - A ROLE FOR RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR BETA-2

      Experimental cell research
    82. ATADJA P; WONG H; VEILLETE C; RIABOWOL K
      OVEREXPRESSION OF CYCLIN D1 BLOCKS PROLIFERATION OF NORMAL DIPLOID FIBROBLASTS

      Experimental cell research
    83. GUERNE PA; BLANCO F; KAELIN A; DESGEORGES A; LOTZ M
      GROWTH-FACTOR RESPONSIVENESS OF HUMAN ARTICULAR CHONDROCYTES IN AGINGAND DEVELOPMENT

      Arthritis and rheumatism
    84. BRYAN TM; REDDEL RR
      SV40-INDUCED IMMORTALIZATION OF HUMAN-CELLS

      Critical reviews in oncogenesis
    85. WADHWA R; KAUL SC; MITSUI Y
      CELLULAR MORTALITY TO IMMORTALIZATION - MORTALIN

      Cell structure and function
    86. FUKAI N; AOYAGI M; YAMAMOTO M; SAKAMOTO H; OGAMI K; MATSUSHIMA Y; YAMAMOTO K
      HUMAN ARTERIAL SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELL STRAINS DERIVED FROM PATIENTS WITH MOYAMOYA DISEASE - CHANGES IN BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PROLIFERATIVE RESPONSE DURING CELLULAR AGING IN-VITRO

      Mechanism of ageing and development
    87. CRISTOFALO VJ; GERHARD GS; PIGNOLO RJ
      MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF AGING

      The Surgical clinics of North America
    88. WANG HL; SCOTT RE
      ADIPOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION SELECTIVELY REPRESSES THE SERUM INDUCIBILITY OF C-JUN AND JUNB BY REVERSIBLE TRANSCRIPTION-DEPENDENT MECHANISMS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    89. KARLSSON C; PAULSSON Y
      AGE-RELATED INDUCTION OF PLATELET-DERIVED GROWTH-FACTOR A-CHAIN MESSENGER-RNA IN NORMAL HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      Journal of cellular physiology
    90. GOODMAN L; STEIN GH
      BASAL AND INDUCED AMOUNTS OF INTERLEUKIN-6 MESSENGER-RNA DECLINE PROGRESSIVELY WITH AGE IN HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    91. BI N; MAMRACK MD
      PMA INHIBITS THE GROWTH OF HUMAN FIBROBLASTS AFTER THE INDUCTION OF IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENES

      Experimental cell research
    92. KIRKLAND JL; HOLLENBERG CH; GILLON WS
      EFFECTS OF AGING ON RIBOSOMAL PROTEIN-L7 MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN CULTURED RAT PREADIPOCYTES

      Experimental gerontology
    93. SCHACHTER F; COHEN D; KIRKWOOD T
      PROSPECTS FOR THE GENETICS OF HUMAN LONGEVITY

      Human genetics
    94. RINEHART CA; LAUNDON CH; MAYBEN JP; LYNCOOK BD; KAUFMAN DG
      CONDITIONAL IMMORTALIZATION OF HUMAN ENDOMETRIAL STROMAL CELLS WITH ATEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE SIMIAN VIRUS-40

      Carcinogenesis
    95. SRIVASTAVA VK; MILLER S; SCHROEDER MD; HART RW; BUSBEE D
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN EXPRESSION AND ACTIVITY OF DNA-POLYMERASE ALPHA - SOME EFFECTS OF DIETARY RESTRICTION

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    96. MARTIN GM
      CLONAL ATTENUATION - CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES

      Journal of gerontology
    97. WADHWA R; KAUL SC; MITSUI Y; SUGIMOTO Y
      DIFFERENTIAL SUBCELLULAR-DISTRIBUTION OF MORTALIN IN MORTAL AND IMMORTAL MOUSE AND HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      Experimental cell research
    98. RYAN QC; GOONEWARDENE IM; MURASKO DM
      MAINTENANCE OF NORMAL T-LYMPHOCYTE FUNCTION AFTER TRANSFECTION WITH SV40 LARGE-T

      Cellular immunology
    99. KAUL SC; WADHWA R; KOMATSU Y; SUGIMOTO Y; MITSUI Y
      ON THE CYTOSOLIC AND PERINUCLEAR MORTALIN - AN INSIGHT BY HEAT-SHOCK

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    100. ARMBRECHT HJ; NEMANI RK; WONGSURAWAT N
      PROTEIN-PHOSPHORYLATION - CHANGES WITH AGE AND AGE-RELATED DISEASES

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society


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