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    1. Zhou, YH; McLane, M; Levitt, RC
      Th2 cytokines and asthma - Interleukin-9 as a therapeutic target for asthma

      RESPIRATORY RESEARCH
    2. Orabona, C; Dumoutier, L; Renauld, JC
      IL-9 induces 24P3 lipocalin gene expression in murine T cell lymphomas

      EUROPEAN CYTOKINE NETWORK
    3. Meijne, E; Huiskamp, R; Haines, J; Moody, J; Finnon, R; Wilding, J; Spanjer, S; Bouffler, S; Edwards, A; Cox, R; Silver, A
      Analysis of loss of heterozygosity in lymphoma and leukaemia arising in F1hybrid mice locates a common region of chromosome 4 loss

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    4. Demoulin, JB; Van Snick, J; Renauld, JC
      Interleukin-9 (IL-9) induces cell growth arrest associated with sustained signal transducer and activator of transcription activation in lymphoma cells overexpressing the IL-9 receptor

      CELL GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    5. MacDonald, D; Boulton, E; Pocock, D; Goodhead, D; Kadhim, M; Plumb, M
      Evidence of genetic instability in 3 Gy X-ray-induced mouse leukaemias and3 Gy X-irradiated haemopoietic stem cells

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY
    6. Reese, JS; Allay, E; Gerson, SL
      Overexpression of human O-6-alkylguanine DNA alkyltransferase (AGT) prevents MNU induced lymphomas in heterozygous p53 deficient mice

      ONCOGENE
    7. Santos, J; Herranz, M; Fernandez, M; Vaquero, C; Lopez, P; Fernandez-Piqueras, J
      Evidence of a possible epigenetic inactivation mechanism operating on a region of mouse chromosome 19 in gamma-radiation-induced thymic lymphomas

      ONCOGENE
    8. Peissel, B; Zaffaroni, D; Pazzaglia, S; Manenti, G; Zanesi, N; Zedda, I; Rebessi, S; Covelli, V; Dragani, TA; Saran, A
      Use of intercross outbred mice and single nucleotide polymorphisms to map skin cancer modifier loci

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    9. Angel, JM; Caballero, M; DiGiovanni, J
      Confirmation of the mapping of a 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate promotion susceptibility locus, Psl1, to distal mouse chromsome 9

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    10. Sills, RC; French, JE; Cunningham, ML
      New models for assessing carcinogenesis: An ongoing process

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    11. Lejeune, D; Demoulin, JB; Renauld, JC
      Interleukin 9 induces expression of three cytokine signal inhibitors: cytokine-inducible SH2-containing protein, suppressor of cytokine signalling (SOCS)-2 and SOCS-3, but only SOCS-3 overexpression suppresses interleukin 9 signalling

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    12. Mertz, JA; Mustafa, F; Meyers, S; Dudley, JP
      Type B leukemogenic virus has a T-cell-specific enhancer that binds AML-1

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    13. Cleary, H; Boulton, E; Plumb, M
      Allelic loss on chromosome 4 (Lyr2/TLSR5) is associated with myeloid, B-lympho-myeloid, and lymphoid (B and T) mouse radiation-induced leukemias

      BLOOD
    14. Perdow-Hickman, S; Salgame, P
      Rescue of human T cells by interleukin-9 (IL-9) from IL-2 deprivation-induced apoptosis: Correlation with alpha subunit expression of the IL-9 receptor

      JOURNAL OF INTERFERON AND CYTOKINE RESEARCH
    15. Blyth, K; Stewart, M; Bell, M; James, C; Evan, G; Neil, JC; Cameron, ER
      Sensitivity to myc-induced apoptosis is retained in spontaneous and transplanted lymphomas of CD2-mycER (TM) mice

      ONCOGENE
    16. Donin, N; Kay, S; Sinai, J; Katzenelson, D; Siegal, A; Michowitz, M; Schibi, G; Leibovici, J
      Apoptosis and cell proliferation capacity in AKR lymphoma malignancy variants

      CANCER INVESTIGATION
    17. Kay, S; Donin, N; Michowitz, M; Katzenelson, D; Hiss, J; Schibi, G; Pinchassov, A; Leibovici, J
      Release from apoptosis correlates with tumor progression in the AKR lymphoma

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR CELL RESEARCH
    18. Melendez, B; Malumbres, M; de Castro, IP; Santos, J; Pellicer, A; Fernandez-Piqueras, J
      Characterization of the murine p19(ARF) promoter CpG island and its methylation pattern in primary lymphomas

      CARCINOGENESIS
    19. Chhabra, SK; Anderson, LM; Perella, C; Desai, D; Amin, S; Kyrtopoulos, SA; Souliotis, VL
      Coexposure to ethanol with N-nitrosodimethylamine or 4-(methylnitrosamino)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanone during lactation of rats: Marked increase in O-6-methylguanine-DNA adducts in maternal mammary gland and in suckling lung and kidney

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    20. Sitarz, M; Wirth-Dzieciolowska, E; Demant, P
      Loss of heterozygosity on chromosome 5 in vicinity of the telomere in gamma-radiation-induced thymic lymphomas in mice

      NEOPLASMA
    21. Hartley, JW; Chattopadhyay, SK; Lander, MR; Taddesse-Heath, L; Naghashfar, Z; Morse, HC; Fredrickson, TN
      Accelerated appearance of multiple B cell lymphoma types in NFS/N mice congenic for ecotropic murine leukemia viruses

      LABORATORY INVESTIGATION
    22. Rajan, L; Broussard, D; Lozano, M; Lee, CG; Kozak, CA; Dudley, JP
      The c-myc locus is a common integration site in type B retrovirus-induced T-cell lymphomas

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    23. De Smedt, M; Verhasselt, B; Kerre, T; Vanhecke, D; Naessens, E; Leclercq, G; Renauld, JC; Van Snick, J; Plum, J
      Signals from the IL-9 receptor are critical for the early stages of human intrathymic T cell development

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    24. Fallon, PG; Smith, P; Richardson, EJ; Jones, FJ; Faulkner, HC; Van Snick, J; Renauld, JC; Grencis, RK; Dunne, DW
      Expression of interleukin-9 leads to Th2 cytokine-dominated responses and fatal enteropathy in mice with chronic Schistosoma mansoni infections

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    25. Demoulin, JB; Uyttenhove, C; Lejeune, D; Mui, A; Groner, B; Renauld, JC
      STAT5 activation is required for interleukin-9-dependent growth and transformation of lymphoid cells

      CANCER RESEARCH
    26. Cleary, HJ; Wright, E; Plumb, M
      Specificity of loss of heterozygosity in radiation-induced mouse myeloid and lymphoid leukaemias

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY
    27. Karsunky, H; Geisen, C; Schmidt, T; Haas, K; Zevnik, B; Gau, E; Moroy, T
      Oncogenic potential of cyclin E in T-cell lymphomagenesis in transgenic mice: evidence for cooperation between cyclin E and Ras but not Myc

      ONCOGENE
    28. Allay, E; Veigl, M; Gerson, SL
      Mice over-expressing human O(6)alkylguanine-DNA alkyltransferase selectively reduce O(6)methylguanine mediated carcinogenic mutations to threshold levels after N-methyl-N-nitrosourea

      ONCOGENE
    29. Wielowieyski, A; Brennan, LA; Jongstra, J
      Tli1, a resistance locus for carcinogen-induced T-lymphoma

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    30. Cleary, HJ; Boulton, E; Plumb, M
      Allelic loss and promoter hypermethylation of the p(15INK4b) gene featuresin mouse radiation-induced lymphoid - but not myeloid - leukaemias

      LEUKEMIA
    31. Okumoto, M; Park, YG; Song, CW; Mori, N
      Frequent loss of heterozygosity on chromosomes 4, 12 and 19 in radiation-induced lymphomas in mice

      CANCER LETTERS
    32. Ember, I; Kiss, I; Nowrasteh, G
      Different H2 haplotypes have a strong influence on oncogene action

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    33. de Castro, IP; Malumbres, M; Santos, J; Pellicer, A; Fernandez-Piqueras, J
      Cooperative alterations of Rb pathway regulators in mouse primary T cell lymphomas

      CARCINOGENESIS
    34. Liu, LL; Qin, XS; Gerson, SL
      Reduced lung tumorigenesis in human methylguanine DNA-methyltransferase transgenic mice achieved by expression of transgene within the target cell

      CARCINOGENESIS
    35. 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
    36. Beaty, RM; Rulli, K; Bost, KL; Pantginis, J; Lenz, J; Levy, LS
      High levels of IL-4 and IL-10 mRNA and low levels of IL-2, IL-9 and IFN-gamma mRNA in MuLV-induced lymphomas

      VIROLOGY
    37. DiFronzo, NL; Holland, CA
      Sequence-specific and/or stereospecific constraints of the U3 enhancer elements of MCF 247-W are important for pathogenicity

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    38. Demoulin, JB; Van Roost, E; Stevens, M; Groner, B; Renauld, JC
      Distinct roles for STAT1, STAT3, and STAT5 in differentiation gene induction and apoptosis inhibition by interleukin-9

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    39. Ridgeway, AG; Petropoulos, H; Siu, A; Ball, JK; Skerjanc, IS
      Cloning, tissue distribution, subcellular localization and overexpression of murine histidine-rich Ca2+ binding protein

      FEBS LETTERS
    40. Lu, LM; Shisa, H; Tanuma, J; Hiai, H
      Propylnitrosourea-induced T-lymphomas in LEXF RI strains of rats: genetic analysis

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    41. Richard, M; Louahed, J; Demoulin, JB; Renauld, JC
      Interleukin-9 regulates NF-kappa B activity through BCL3 gene induction

      BLOOD
    42. LIU LL; LEE KY; SCHUPP J; KOC ON; GERSON SL
      HETEROGENEITY OF O-6-ALKYLGUANINE-DNA-ALKYLTRANSFERASE MEASURED BY FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS IN BLOOD AND BONE-MARROW MONONUCLEAR-CELLS

      Clinical cancer research
    43. LIU LL; LEE KY; SCHUPP J; KOC ON; GERSON SL
      HETEROGENEITY OF O-6-ALKYLGUANINE-DNA-ALKYLTRANSFERASE MEASURED BY FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS IN BLOOD AND BONE-MARROW MONONUCLEAR-CELLS

      Clinical cancer research
    44. MURRAY AM; SIMM B; BEAGLEY KW
      CYTOKINE GENE-EXPRESSION IN MURINE FETAL INTESTINE - POTENTIAL FOR EXTRATHYMIC T-CELL DEVELOPMENT

      Cytokine
    45. SANTOS J; HERRANZ M; DECASTRO IP; PELLICER A; FERNANDEZPIQUERAS J
      A NEW CANDIDATE SITE FOR A TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE INVOLVED IN MOUSE THYMIC LYMPHOMAGENESIS IS LOCATED ON THE DISTAL PART OF CHROMOSOME-4

      Oncogene
    46. ZHUANG SM; SCHIPPERT A; HAUGENSTRANO A; WISEMAN RW; SODERKVIST P
      INACTIVATIONS OF P16(INK4A)-ALPHA, P16(INK4A)-BETA AND P15(INK4B) GENES IN 2',3'-DIDEOXYCYTIDINE-INDUCED AND 1,3-BUTADIENE-INDUCED MURINE LYMPHOMAS

      Oncogene
    47. VANOORDT CWV; SCHOUTEN TG; VANKRIEKEN JHJM; VANDIERENDONCK JHJ; VANDEREB AJ; BREUER ML
      X-RAY-INDUCED LYMPHOMAGENESIS IN E-MU-PIM-1 TRANSGENIC MICE - AN INVESTIGATION OF THE COOPERATING MOLECULAR EVENTS

      Carcinogenesis
    48. NUCKOLS JD; THOMAS CY
      THE MOUSE H-2A REGION INFLUENCES THE ENVELOPE GENE STRUCTURE OF TUMOR-ASSOCIATED MURINE LEUKEMIA VIRUSES

      Journal of virology
    49. BAUER JH; LIU KD; YOU Y; LAI SY; GOLDSMITH MA
      HETEROMERIZATION OF THE GAMMA(C) CHAIN WITH THE INTERLEUKIN-9 RECEPTOR-ALPHA SUBUNIT LEADS TO STAT ACTIVATION AND PREVENTION OF APOPTOSIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    50. LEMOLI RM; FORTUNA A; TAFURI A; GRANDE A; AMABILE M; MARTINELLI G; FERRARI S; TURA S
      INTERLEUKIN-9 IN HUMAN MYELOID-LEUKEMIA CELLS

      Leukemia & lymphoma
    51. ALLAY E; REESE JS; MCGUIRE EA; KOC ON; SEDRANSK N; GERSON SL
      POTENTIATION OF LYMPHOMAGENESIS BY METHYLNITROSOUREA IN MICE TRANSGENIC FOR LMO1 IS BLOCKED BY O-6-ALKYLGUANINE DNA-ALKYLTRANSFERASE

      Oncogene
    52. FURIHATA C; TATEMATSU M; SAITO M; ISHIDA S; NAKANISHI H; INADA K; TEI H; HATTORI M; ITO T; SAKAKI Y
      RARE OCCURRENCE OF RAS AND P53 GENE-MUTATIONS IN MOUSE STOMACH TUMORSINDUCED BY N-METHYL-N-NITROSOUREA

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    53. IWAKUMA T; SAKUMI K; NAKATSURU Y; KAWATE H; IGARASHI H; SHIRAISHI A; TSUZUKI T; ISHIKAWA T; SEKIGUCHI M
      HIGH-INCIDENCE OF NITROSAMINE-INDUCED TUMORIGENESIS IN MICE LACKING DNA-REPAIR METHYLTRANSFERASE

      Carcinogenesis
    54. ZHU YX; SUN HB; TSANG MLS; MCMAHEL J; GRIGSBY S; YIN TG; YANG YC
      CRITICAL CYTOPLASMIC DOMAINS OF HUMAN INTERLEUKIN-9 RECEPTOR-ALPHA CHAIN IN INTERLEUKIN-9-MEDIATED CELL-PROLIFERATION AND SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. ZHUANG SM; COCHRAN C; GOODROW T; WISEMAN RW; SODERKVIST P
      GENETIC ALTERATIONS OF P53 AND RAS GENES IN 1,3-BUTADIENE-INDUCED AND2',3'-DIDEOXYCYTIDINE-INDUCED LYMPHOMAS

      Cancer research
    56. ROEBUCK BD; ROGERS AE; KENSLER TW
      INHIBITION OF NO-1-METHYL-6-PHENYLIMIDAZO[4,5-B]PYRIDINE-INDUCED LYMPHOMA FORMATION BY OLTIPRAZ

      Cancer research
    57. HIAI H
      GENETIC PREDISPOSITION TO LYMPHOMAS IN MICE

      Pathology international
    58. SANTOS J; DECASTRO IP; HERRANZ M; PELLICER A; FERNANDEZPIQUERAS J
      ALLELIC LOSSES ON CHROMOSOME-4 SUGGEST THE EXISTENCE OF A CANDIDATE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE REGION OF ABOUT 0.6 CM IN GAMMA-RADIATION-INDUCEDMOUSE PRIMARY THYMIC LYMPHOMAS

      Oncogene
    59. KUNIEDA T; KOBAYASHI E; TACHIBANA M; IKADA H
      LOCALIZATION OF A MOLONEY MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS INTEGRATION SITE GENE, MLVI2, ON RAT CHROMOSOME-2

      Mammalian genome
    60. DEMOULIN JB; UYTTENHOVE C; VANROOST E; DELESTRE B; DONCKERS D; VANSNICK J; RENAULD JC
      A SINGLE TYROSINE OF THE INTERLEUKIN-9 (IL-9) RECEPTOR IS REQUIRED FOR STAT ACTIVATION, ANTIAPOPTOTIC ACTIVITY, AND GROWTH-REGULATION BY IL-9

      Molecular and cellular biology
    61. TSUZUKI T; SAKUMI K; SHIRAISHI A; KAWATE H; IGARASHI H; IWAKUMA T; TOMINAGA Y; ZHANG SM; SHIMIZU S; ISHIKAWA T; NAKAMURA K; NAKAO K; KATSUKI M; SEKIGUCHI M
      TARGETED DISRUPTION OF THE DNA-REPAIR METHYLTRANSFERASE GENE RENDERS MICE HYPERSENSITIVE TO ALKYLATING AGENT

      Carcinogenesis
    62. BRENNAN L; JONGSTRA J
      LOW EXPRESSION OF THE LSP1 GENE IN EARLY MOUSE T-LYMPHOMAS INDUCED BYN-METHYL-N-NITROSOUREA

      Carcinogenesis
    63. REESE JS; KOC ON; LEE KM; LIU LL; ALLAY JA; PHILLIPS WP; GERSON SL
      RETROVIRAL TRANSDUCTION OF A MUTANT METHYLGUANINE DNA METHYLTRANSFERASE GENE INTO HUMAN CD34 CELLS CONFERS RESISTANCE TO O-6-BENZYLGUANINE PLUS 1,3-BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)-1-NITROSOUREA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    64. VANSNICK J; HOUSSIAU F; PROOST P; VANDAMME J; RENAULD JC
      I-309 T CELL ACTIVATION GENE-3 CHEMOKINE PROTECTS MURINE T-CELL LYMPHOMAS AGAINST DEXAMETHASONE-INDUCED APOPTOSIS/

      The Journal of immunology
    65. MURASE T; NIWA K; MORISHITA S; ITOH N; MORI H; TANAKA T; TAMAYA T
      RARE OCCURRENCE OF P53 AND RAS GENE-MUTATIONS IN PRENEOPLASTIC AND NEOPLASTIC MOUSE ENDOMETRIAL LESIONS INDUCED BY N-METHYL-N-NITROSOUREA AND 17-BETA-ESTRADIOL

      Cancer letters
    66. ALLEMAND I; ANGULO JF
      TRANSGENIC AND KNOCK-OUT MODELS FOR STUDYING DNA-REPAIR

      Biochimie
    67. GASPAROTTO D; MAESTRO R; VUKOSAVLJEVIC T; PICCININ S; SANDRIN A; RIZZO S; BOIOCCHI M
      SPONTANEOUS MUTATION OF CELL ONCOGENES PLAYS A MINOR ROLE IN NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION OF VIRUS-INDUCED MURINE T-CELL LYMPHOMAS

      Tumori
    68. STANLEY LA
      MOLECULAR ASPECTS OF CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS - THE ROLES OF ONCOGENESAND TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENES

      Toxicology
    69. ZAIDI NH; ALLAY E; AYI TC; LI BFL; DUMENCO LL; SY MS; GERSON SL
      THE IMMATURE THYMOCYTE IS PROTECTED FROM N-METHYLNITROSOUREA-INDUCED LYMPHOMA BY THE HUMAN MGMT-CD2 TRANSGENE

      Carcinogenesis
    70. SCHMIDT J; KRUMPKONVALINKOVA V; LUZ A; GORALCZYK R; SNELL G; WENDEL S; DORN S; PEDERSEN L; STRAUSS PG; ERFLE V
      AKV MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS ENHANCES BONE TUMORIGENESIS IN HMT-C-FOS-LTR TRANSGENIC MICE

      Virology
    71. MUTHUKKUMAR S; RAMESH TM; BONDADA S
      RAPAMYCIN, A POTENT IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE DRUG, CAUSES PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH IN B-LYMPHOMA-CELLS

      Transplantation
    72. SAEZ GT; OLIVA MR; MANGUES R; PELLICER A
      ABSENCE OF MDM-2 GENE AMPLIFICATION IN EXPERIMENTALLY-INDUCED TUMORS REGARDLESS OF P53 STATUS

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    73. HARRIS G; LAWLEY PD
      THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF INBRED MICE TO THE PRODUCTION OF MALIGNANT THYMOMA BY N-METHYL-N-NITROSOUREA

      Carcinogenesis
    74. ROMACH E; MOORE J; RUMMEL S; RICHIE E
      INFLUENCE OF SEX AND CARCINOGEN TREATMENT PROTOCOL ON TUMOR LATENCY AND FREQUENCY OF K-RAS MUTATIONS IN N-METHYL-N-NITROSOUREA-INDUCED LYMPHOMAS

      Carcinogenesis
    75. MASSEY AC; LAWRENZSMITH SC; INNES DJ; THOMAS CY
      ORIGINS OF ENHANCER SEQUENCES OF RECOMBINANT MURINE LEUKEMIA VIRUSES FROM SPONTANEOUS B-CELL AND T-CELL LYMPHOMAS OF CWD MICE

      Journal of virology
    76. CHEN HL; YOSHIMURA FK
      IDENTIFICATION OF A REGION OF A MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS LONG TERMINAL REPEAT WITH NOVEL TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORY ACTIVITIES

      Journal of virology
    77. BELLACOSA A; DATTA K; BEAR SE; PATRIOTIS C; LAZO PA; COPELAND NG; JENKINS NA; TSICHLIS PN
      EFFECTS OF PROVIRUS INTEGRATION IN THE TPL-1 ETS-1 LOCUS IN MOLONEY MURINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS-INDUCED RAT T-CELL LYMPHOMAS - LEVELS OF EXPRESSION, POLYADENYLATION, TRANSCRIPTIONAL INITIATION, AND DIFFERENTIAL SPLICING OF THE ETS-1 MESSENGER-RNA/

      Journal of virology
    78. ENDLICH B; SALAVATI R; ZHANG J; WEISS H; LING CC
      MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF RAT EMBRYO CELL TRANSFORMANTS INDUCED BY ALPHA-PARTICLES

      International journal of radiation biology
    79. VINK A; RENAULD JC; WARNIER G; VANSNICK J
      INTERLEUKIN-9 STIMULATES INVITRO GROWTH OF MOUSE THYMIC LYMPHOMAS

      European Journal of Immunology


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