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    1. Recio, L; Everitt, J
      Use of genetically modified mouse models for evaluation of carcinogenic risk: Considerations for the laboratory animal scientist

      COMPARATIVE MEDICINE
    2. He, H; Hirokawa, Y; Manser, E; Lim, L; Levitzki, A; Maruta, H
      Signal therapy for RAS-induced cancers in combination of AG 879 and PP1, specific inhibitors for ErbB2 and Src family kinases, that block PAK activation

      CANCER JOURNAL
    3. Lin, XB; Bohle, AS; Dohrmann, P; Leuschner, N; Schulz, A; Kremer, B; Fandrich, F
      Overexpression of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase in human lung cancer

      LANGENBECKS ARCHIVES OF SURGERY
    4. Thompson, KL; Rosenzweig, BA; Honchel, R; Cannon, RE; Blanchard, KT; Stoll, RE; Sistare, FD
      Loss of critical palindromic transgene promoter sequence in chemically induced Tg.AC mouse skin papillomas expressing transgene-derived mRNA

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    5. Honchel, R; Rosenzweig, BA; Thompson, KL; Blanchard, KT; Furst, SM; Stoll, RE; Sistare, FD
      Loss of palindromic symmetry Tg.AC mice with a nonresponder phenotype

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    6. Rak, J; Kerbel, RS
      Ras regulation of vascular endothelial growth factor and angiogenesis

      REGULATORS AND EFFECTORS OF SMALL GTPASES, PT G
    7. Sun, M; Wang, G; Paciga, JE; Feldman, RI; Yuan, ZQ; Ma, XL; Shelley, SA; Jove, R; Tsichlis, PN; Nicosia, SV; Cheng, JQ
      AKT1/PKB alpha kinase is frequently elevated in human cancers and its constitutive activation is required for oncogenic transformation in NIH3T3 cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    8. Rak, J; Yu, JL; Klement, G; Kerbel, RS
      Oncogenes and angiogenesis: Signaling three-dimensional tumor growth

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS
    9. Kerbel, RS; Viloria-Petit, A; Klement, G; Rak, J
      'Accidental' anti-angiogenic drugs: anti-oncogene directed signal transduction inhibitors and conventional chemotherapeutic agents as examples

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER
    10. Hutchinson, JN; Muller, WJ
      Transgenic mouse models of human breast cancer

      ONCOGENE
    11. Gil-Henn, H; Volohonsky, G; Toledano-Katchalski, H; Gandre, S; Elson, A
      Generation of novel cytoplasmic forms of protein tyrosine phosphatase epsilon by proteolytic processing and translational control

      ONCOGENE
    12. Yuan, ZQ; Sun, M; Feldman, RI; Wang, G; Ma, XL; Jiang, C; Coppola, D; Nicosia, SV; Cheng, JQ
      Frequent activation of AKT2 and induction of apoptosis by inhibition of phosphoinositide-3-OH kinase/Akt pathway in human ovarian cancer

      ONCOGENE
    13. Gulezian, D; Jacobson-Kram, D; McCullough, CB; Olson, H; Recio, L; Robinson, D; Storer, R; Tennant, R; Ward, JM; Neumann, DA
      Use of transgenic animals for carcinogenicity testing: Considerations and implications for risk assessment

      TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    14. Yuspa, SH; Hansen, L; Li, LW; Joseloff, E; Weinberg, W; Fernandez-Salas, E
      Interacting signaling pathways in the pathogenesis of squamous cell carcinoma

      MEDICINA-BUENOS AIRES
    15. Dardick, I; Ho, J; Paulus, M; Mellon, PL; Mirels, L
      Submandibular gland adenocarcinoma of intercalated duct origin in Smgb-tagmice

      LABORATORY INVESTIGATION
    16. Nielsen, LL; Gurnani, M; Shi, B; Terracina, G; Johnson, RC; Carroll, J; Mathis, JM; Hajian, G
      Derivation and initial characterization of a mouse mammary tumor cell linecarrying the polyomavirus middle T antigen: Utility in the development of novel cancer therapeutics

      CANCER RESEARCH
    17. Hansen, LA; Woodson, RL; Holbus, S; Strain, K; Lo, YC; Yuspa, SH
      The epidermal growth factor receptor is required to maintain the proliferative population in the basal compartment of epidermal tumors

      CANCER RESEARCH
    18. Lee, SJ; Cho, CK; Yoo, SY; Kim, TH; Lee, YS
      Influence of ionizing radiation on induction of apoptotic cell death and cellular redistribution of protein kinase C isozymes in mouse epidermal cells differing in carcinogenesis stages

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    19. Toledano-Katchalski, H; Elson, A
      The transmembranal and cytoplasmic forms of protein tyrosine phosphatase epsilon physically associate with the adaptor molecule Grb2

      ONCOGENE
    20. VIJG J; VANSTEEG H
      TRANSGENIC ASSAYS FOR MUTATIONS AND CANCER - CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    21. LARCHER F; MURILLAS R; BOLONTRADE M; CONTI CJ; JORCANO JL
      VEGF VPF OVEREXPRESSION IN SKIN OF TRANSGENIC MICE INDUCES ANGIOGENESIS, VASCULAR HYPERPERMEABILITY AND ACCELERATED TUMOR-DEVELOPMENT/

      Oncogene
    22. AMUNDADOTTIR LT; LEDER P
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS ACTIVATED AND REQUIRED FOR MAMMARY CARCINOGENESIS IN RESPONSE TO SPECIFIC ONCOGENES

      Oncogene
    23. CANNON RE; SPALDING JW; VIRGIL KM; FAIRCLOTH RS; HUMBLE MC; LACKS GD; TENNANT RW
      INDUCTION OF TRANSGENE EXPRESSION IN TG.AC (V-HA-RAS) TRANSGENIC MICECONCOMITANT WITH DNA HYPOMETHYLATION

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    24. AZZOLI CG; SAGAR M; WU A; LOWRY D; HENNINGS H; MORGAN DL; WEINBERG WC
      COOPERATION OF P53 LOSS OF FUNCTION AND V-HA-RAS IN TRANSFORMATION OFMOUSE KERATINOCYTE CELL-LINES

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    25. Song, HJ; Kim, TH; Cho, CK; Yoo, SY; Park, KS; Lee, YS
      Increased expression of ornithine decarboxylase by gamma-ray in mouse epidermal cells: Relationship with protein kinase C signaling pathway

      JOURNAL OF RADIATION RESEARCH
    26. SONG HJ; CHO CK; YOO SY; PARK KS; LEE YS
      INCREASED INDUCTION OF CA2-MEDIATED DIFFERENTIATION BY GAMMA-RAY IS MEDIATED BY ENDOGENEOUS ACTIVATION OF THE PROTEIN-KINASE-C SIGNALING PATHWAYS IN MOUSE EPIDERMAL-CELLS()

      International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics
    27. Rahman, NA; Rilianawati, KK; Paukku, T; Mikola, M; Markkula, M; Hamalainen, T; Huhtaniemi, IT
      Transgenic mouse models for gonadal tumorigenesis

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    28. SUEOKA E; SUEOKA N; OKABE S; KOMORI A; SUGANUMA M; KOZU T; FUJIKI H
      TUMORIGENICITY OF MTG8, A LEUKEMIA-RELATED GENE, IN CONCERT WITH V-HA-RAS GENE IN BALB 3T3 CELLS/

      British Journal of Haematology
    29. Germolec, DR; Spalding, J; Yu, HS; Chen, GS; Simeonova, PP; Humble, MC; Bruccoleri, A; Boorman, GA; Foley, JF; Yoshida, T; Luster, MI
      Arsenic enhancement of skin neoplasia by chronic stimulation of growth factors

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    30. KUO ML; CHOU YW; CHAU YP; HUANG TS
      RESISTANCE TO APOPTOSIS INDUCED BY ALKYLATING-AGENTS IN V-HA-RAS-TRANSFORMED CELLS DUE TO DEFECT IN P53 FUNCTION

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    31. DLUGOSZ AA; HANSEN L; CHENG C; ALEXANDER N; DENNING MF; THREADGILL DW; MAGNUSON T; COFFEY RJ; YUSPA SH
      TARGETED DISRUPTION OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR IMPAIRS GROWTH OF SQUAMOUS PAPILLOMAS EXPRESSING THE V-RAS(HA) ONCOGENE BUT DOES NOT BLOCK IN-VITRO KERATINOCYTE RESPONSES TO ONCOGENIC RAS

      Cancer research
    32. CHOOI KF; CARTER DA; MURPHY D
      ECTOPIC VASOPRESSIN EXPRESSION IN MMTV-V-HA-RAS TRANSGENIC MICE DELAYS THE ONSET OF MAMMARY TUMORIGENESIS

      European journal of cancer
    33. MAHER J; BAKER D; DIBB N; ROBERTS I
      MUTANT RAS PROMOTES HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL PROLIFERATION OR DIFFERENTIATION IN A CELL-SPECIFIC MANNER

      Leukemia
    34. CHEN GJ; COLOMBO LL; LOPEZ MC; WATSON RR
      EFFECT OF ETHANOL AND COCAINE TREATMENT ON THE IMMUNE-SYSTEM OF V-HA-RAS-TRANSGENIC MICE

      International journal of immunopharmacology
    35. SAMUELSON LC
      TRANSGENIC APPROACHES TO SALIVARY-GLAND RESEARCH

      Annual review of physiology
    36. ISFORT RJ; KERCKAERT GA; LEBOEUF RA
      COMPARISON OF THE STANDARD AND REDUCED PH SYRIAN-HAMSTER EMBRYO (SHE)CELL IN-VITRO TRANSFORMATION ASSAYS IN PREDICTING THE CARCINOGENIC POTENTIAL OF CHEMICALS

      Mutation research
    37. GREENHALGH DA; WANG XJ; ROOP DR
      MULTISTAGE SKIN CARCINOGENESIS IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Proceedings of the Association of American Physicians
    38. HAWLEY RG; FONG AZC; NGAN BY; HAWLEY TS
      HEMATOPOIETIC TRANSFORMING POTENTIAL OF ACTIVATED RAS IN CHIMERIC MICE

      Oncogene
    39. YANAGIHARA K; NII M; TSUMURAYA M; NUMOTO M; SEITO T; SEYAMA T
      A RADIATION-INDUCED MURINE OVARIAN GRANULOSA-CELL TUMOR LINE - INTRODUCTION OF V-RAS GENE POTENTIATES A HIGH METASTATIC ABILITY

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    40. CUI W; FOWLIS DJ; COUSINS FM; DUFFIE E; BRYSON S; BALMAIN A; AKHURST RJ
      CONCERTED ACTION OF TGF-BETA-1 AND ITS TYPE-II RECEPTOR IN CONTROL OFEPIDERMAL HOMEOSTASIS IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Genes & development
    41. BROWN K; BALMAIN A
      TRANSGENIC MICE AND SQUAMOUS MULTISTAGE SKIN CARCINOGENESIS

      Cancer metastasis reviews
    42. RIHN B; BOTTIN MC; COULAIS C; ZISSU D; EDORH A
      USE OF NONRADIOACTIVE METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE EXPRESSION, THE SEQUENCE AND THE COPY-NUMBER OF TRANSGENE IN MICE

      Cellular and molecular biology
    43. BOYD J; RISINGER JI; WISEMAN RW; MERRICK BA; SELKIRK JK; BARRETT JC
      REGULATION OF MICROFILAMENT ORGANIZATION AND ANCHORAGE-INDEPENDENT GROWTH BY TROPOMYOSIN-1

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    44. ZINKEL S; FUCHS E
      SKIN-CANCER AND TRANSGENIC MICE

      Seminars in cancer biology
    45. GLICK AB; LEE MM; DARWICHE N; KULKARNI AB; KARLSSON S; YUSPA SH
      TARGETED DELETION OF THE TGF-BETA-1 GENE CAUSES RAPID PROGRESSION TO SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMA

      Genes & development
    46. ELING TE; GLASGOW WC
      CELLULAR PROLIFERATION AND LIPID-METABOLISM - IMPORTANCE OF LIPOXYGENASES IN MODULATING EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-DEPENDENT MITOGENESIS

      Cancer metastasis reviews
    47. YUSPA SH; DLUGOSZ AA; CHENG CK; DENNING MF; TENNENBAUM T; GLICK AB; WEINBERG WC
      ROLE OF ONCOGENES AND TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENES IN MULTISTAGE CARCINOGENESIS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    48. WEINBERG WC; AZZOLI CG; KADIWAR N; YUSPA SH
      P53 GENE DOSAGE MODIFIES GROWTH AND MALIGNANT PROGRESSION OF KERATINOCYTES EXPRESSING THE V-RAS(HA) ONCOGENE

      Cancer research
    49. WEINBERG WC; AZZOLI CG; KADIWAR N; YUSPA SH
      P53 GENE DOSAGE MODIFIES GROWTH AND MALIGNANT PROGRESSION OF KERATINOCYTES EXPRESSING THE V-RAS(HA) ONCOGENE

      Cancer research
    50. PRESTON GA; LANG JE; MARONPOT RR; BARRETT JC
      REGULATION OF APOPTOSIS BY LOW SERUM IN CELLS OF DIFFERENT STAGES OF NEOPLASTIC PROGRESSION - ENHANCED SUSCEPTIBILITY AFTER LOSS OF A SENESCENCE GENE AND DECREASED SUSCEPTIBILITY AFTER LOSS OF A TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE

      Cancer research
    51. CHEN GJ; COLOMBO LL; LOPEZ MC; WATSON RR
      REDUCTION OF TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR PRODUCTION BY SPLENOCYTES FROM V-HA-RAS ONCOGENE-BEARING MICE

      Cancer letters
    52. TENNENBAUM T; WEINER AK; BELANGER AJ; GLICK AB; HENNINGS H; YUSPA SH
      THE SUPRABASAL EXPRESSION OF ALPHA-6-BETA-4 INTEGRIN IS ASSOCIATED WITH A HIGH-RISK FOR MALIGNANT PROGRESSION IN MOUSE SKIN CARCINOGENESIS

      Cancer research


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