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    1. Toepert, F; Pires, JR; Landgraf, C; Oschkinat, H; Schneider-Mergener, J
      Synthesis of an array comprising 837 variants of the hYAP WW protein domain

      ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION
    2. Rajapakse, N; Ong, D; Kortenkamp, A
      Defining the impact of weakly estrogenic chemicals on the action of steroidal estrogens

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    3. Kasanov, J; Pirozzi, G; Uveges, AJ; Kay, BK
      Characterizing Class IWW domains defines key specificity determinants and generates mutant domains with novel specificities

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    4. McCabe, JB; Berthiaume, LG
      N-terminal protein acylation confers localization to cholesterol, sphingolipid-enriched membranes but not to lipid rafts/caveolae

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    5. Vassilev, A; Kaneko, KJ; Shu, HJ; Zhao, YM; DePamphilis, ML
      TEAD/TEF transcription factors utilize the activation domain of YAP65, a Src/Yes-associated protein localized in the cytoplasm

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    6. Majeed, M; Caveggion, E; Lowell, CA; Berton, G
      Role of Src kinases and Syk in Fc gamma receptor-mediated phagocytosis andphagosome-lysosome fusion

      JOURNAL OF LEUKOCYTE BIOLOGY
    7. Wang, YH; Li, F; Schwartz, JH; Flint, PJ; Borkan, SC
      c-Src and HSP72 interact in ATP-depleted renal epithelial cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Tanaka, H; Yakou, Y; Takahashi, A; Higashitani, T; Komori, K
      Comparison between estrogenicities estimated from DNA recombinant yeast assay and from chemical analyses of endocrine disruptors during sewage treatment

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    9. Smith, CL; Mittaud, P; Prescott, ED; Fuhrer, C; Burden, SJ
      Src, Fyn, and Yes are not required for neuromuscular synapse formation butare necessary for stabilization of agrin-induced clusters of acetylcholinereceptors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Sperber, BR; Boyle-Walsh, EA; Engleka, MJ; Gadue, P; Peterson, AC; Stein, PL; Scherer, SS; McMorris, FA
      A unique role for fyn in CNS myelination

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Pammett, JH; LeDuc, L
      Sovereignty, leadership and voting in the Quebec referendums

      ELECTORAL STUDIES
    12. Kolb, E
      Patho-biochemical aspects of the development of tumors in the dog

      TIERARZTLICHE UMSCHAU
    13. Gajewska, B; Kaminska, J; Jesionowska, A; Martin, NC; Hopper, AK; Zoladek, T
      WW domains of Rsp5p define different functions: Determination of roles in fluid phase and uracil permease endocytosis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      GENETICS
    14. El-Nahas, AM
      Monohydrated alkaline earth metal dications do exist

      CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS
    15. Stone, JA; Vukomanovic, D
      Experiment proves that the ions [Cu(H2O)(n)](2+) (n=1,2) are stable in thegas phase

      CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS
    16. Schroder, D; Schwarz, H; Wu, JL; Wesdemiotis, C
      Long-lived dications of Cu(H2O)(2+) and Cu(NH3)(2+) do exist!

      CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS
    17. Benistant, C; Bourgaux, JF; Chapuis, H; Mottet, N; Roche, S; Bali, JP
      The COOH-terminal Src kinase Csk is a tumor antigen in human carcinoma

      CANCER RESEARCH
    18. Handa, K; Jacobs, F; Longenecker, BM; Hakomori, S
      Association of MUC-1 and PSGL-1 with low-density microdomain in T-lymphocytes: A preliminary note

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    19. Hansen, RK; Parra, I; Hilsenbeck, SG; Himelstein, B; Fuqua, SAW
      Hsp27-induced MMP-9 expression is influenced by the Src tyrosine protein kinase Yes

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    20. Shvartsburg, AA; Siu, KWM
      Is there a minimum size for aqueous doubly charged metal cations?

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    21. Martins-Green, M; Bixby, JL; Yamamoto, T; Graf, T; Sudol, M
      Tissue specific expression of Yrk kinase: implications for differentiationand inflammation

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY & CELL BIOLOGY
    22. Summy, JM; Guappone, AC; Sudol, M; Flynn, DC
      The SH3 and SH2 domains are capable of directing specificity in protein interactions between the non-receptor tyrosine kinases cSrc and cYes

      ONCOGENE
    23. Nagel, J
      Determination of an economic energy supply structure based on biomass using a mixed-integer linear optimization model

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    24. Hoey, JG; Summy, J; Flynn, DC
      Chimeric constructs containing the SH4/Unique domains of cYes can restrictthe ability of Scr(527F) to upregulate heme oxygenase-1 expression efficiently

      CELLULAR SIGNALLING
    25. Kay, BK; Williamson, MP; Sudol, P
      The importance of being proline: the interaction of proline-rich motifs insignaling proteins with their cognate domains

      FASEB JOURNAL
    26. Winberg, G; Matskova, L; Chen, F; Plant, P; Rotin, D; Gish, G; Ingham, R; Ernberg, I; Pawson, T
      Latent membrane protein 2A of Epstein-Barr virus binds WW domain E3 protein-ubiquitin ligases that ubiquitinate B-cell tyrosine kinases

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Ewerhart, C; Schmitz, PW
      "Yes men", integrity, and the optimal design of incentive contracts

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR & ORGANIZATION
    28. Jayakar, HR; Murti, KG; Whitt, MA
      Mutations in the PPPY motif of vesicular stomatitis virus matrix protein reduce virus budding by inhibiting a late step in virion release

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    29. Rotin, D; Staub, O; Haguenauer-Tsapis, R
      Ubiquitination and endocytosis of plasma membrane proteins: Role of Nedd4/Rsp5p family of ubiquitin-protein ligases

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    30. James, M; Nuttall, A; Ilsley, JL; Ottersbach, K; Tinsley, JM; Sudol, M; Winder, SJ
      Adhesion-dependent tyrosine phosphorylation of beta-dystroglycan regulatesits interaction with utrophin

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    31. Chang, A; Cheang, S; Espanel, X; Sudol, M
      Rsp5 WW domains interact directly with the carboxyl-terminal domain of RNApolymerase II

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    32. Bedford, MT; Sarbassova, D; Xu, J; Leder, P; Yaffe, MB
      A novel Pro-Arg motif recognized by WW domains

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    33. Florentine, M; Buus, S; Geng, W
      Toward a clinical procedure for narrowband gap detection I: A psychophysical procedure

      AUDIOLOGY
    34. Longnecker, R; Merchant, M; Brown, ME; Fruehling, S; Bickford, JO; Ikeda, M; Harty, RN
      WW- and SH3-domain interactions with Epstein-Barr virus LMP2A

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    35. Hug, S; Sciarini, P
      Referendums on European integration - Do institutions matter in the voter's decision?

      COMPARATIVE POLITICAL STUDIES
    36. Valverde, P
      Cloning, expression, and mapping of hWW45, a novel human WW domain-containing gene

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    37. Rentschler, S; Linn, H; Deininger, K; Bedford, MT; Espanel, X; Sudol, M
      The WW domain of dystrophin requires EF-hands region to interact with beta-dystroglycan

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    38. Koepf, EK; Petrassi, HM; Sudol, M; Kelly, JW
      WW: An isolated three-stranded antiparallel beta-sheet domain that unfoldsand refolds reversibly; evidence for a structured hydrophobic cluster in urea and GdnHCl and a disordered thermal unfolded state

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    39. Rungsipipat, A; Tateyama, S; Yamaguchi, R; Uchida, K; Murakami, Y; Miyoshi, N; Hayashi, T
      Amplification of the c-yes oncogene in canine mammary tumors

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE
    40. Chen, ST; Chuang, SM; Wang, JP
      Src expression during murine development

      BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH-TOKYO
    41. Komuro, A; Saeki, N; Kato, S
      Npw38, a novel nuclear protein possessing a WW domain capable of activating basal transcription

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    42. Yagi, R; Chen, LF; Shigesada, K; Murakami, Y; Ito, Y
      A WW domain-containing Yes-associated protein (YAP) is a novel transcriptional co-activator

      EMBO JOURNAL
    43. Rungsipipat, A; Tateyama, S; Yamaguchi, R; Uchida, K; Miyoshi, N
      Expression of c-yes oncogene product in various animal tissues and spontaneous canine tumours

      RESEARCH IN VETERINARY SCIENCE
    44. Harty, RN; Paragas, J; Sudol, M; Palese, P
      A proline-rich motif within the matrix protein of vesicular stomatitis virus and rabies virus interacts with WW domains of cellular proteins: Implications for viral budding

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    45. Craven, RC; Harty, RN; Paragas, J; Palese, P; Wills, JW
      Late domain function identified in the vesicular stomatitis virus M protein by use of rhabdovirus-retrovirus chimeras

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    46. Espanel, X; Sudol, M
      A single point mutation in a Group IWW domain shifts its specificity to that of Group IIWW domains

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    47. FABER PW; BARNES GT; SRINIDHI J; CHEN JM; GUSELLA JF; MACDONALD ME
      HUNTINGTIN INTERACTS WITH A FAMILY OF WW DOMAIN PROTEINS

      Human molecular genetics (Print)
    48. SUN GQ; SHARMA AK; BUDDE RJA
      AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION OF SRC AND YES BLOCKS THEIR INACTIVATION BY CSK PHOSPHORYLATION

      Oncogene
    49. SUDOL M
      FROM SRC HOMOLOGY DOMAINS TO OTHER SIGNALING MODULES - PROPOSAL OF THE PROTEIN RECOGNITION CODE

      Oncogene
    50. MARCHETTI D; PARIKH N; SUDOL M; GALLICK GE
      STIMULATION OF THE PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE C-YES BUT NOT C-SRC BY NEUROTROPHINS IN HUMAN BRAIN-METASTATIC MELANOMA-CELLS

      Oncogene
    51. MORIZOT DC; MCENTIRE BB; DELLACOLETTA L; KAZIANIS S; SCHARTL M; NAIRN RS
      MAPPING OF TYROSINE KINASE GENE FAMILY MEMBERS IN A XIPHOPHORUS MELANOMA MODEL

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    52. REBEKO TA
      PERCEPTUAL INVARIANTS IN CATEGORIZATION T ASK

      Psihologiceskij zurnal
    53. Reissland, N
      The pitch of "real" and "rhetorical" questions directed by a father to hisdaughter: A longitudinal case study

      INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT
    54. RAIMONDI GA
      SURVEY OF MEDICAL SPECIALISTS REGARDING A STHMA-TREATMENT

      Medicina
    55. IRAVANI S; MAO WG; FU L; KARL R; YEATMAN T; JOVE R; COPPOLA D
      ELEVATED C-SRC PROTEIN EXPRESSION IS AN EARLY EVENT IN COLONIC NEOPLASIA

      Laboratory investigation
    56. BARAN EJ
      MEAN AMPLITUDES OF VIBRATION AND BASTIANSEN-MORINO SHRINKAGE EFFECT OF CHROMIUM TETRAFLUORIDE

      Journal of molecular structure
    57. EZUMI Y; SHINDOH K; TSUJI M; TAKAYAMA H
      PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE SRC FAMILY KINASES FYN ANDLYN WITH THE COLLAGEN RECEPTOR GLYCOPROTEIN VI-FC RECEPTOR-GAMMA CHAIN COMPLEX ON HUMAN PLATELETS

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    58. ELTON EJ; GRUBER MJ; BUSSE JA
      DO INVESTORS CARE ABOUT SENTIMENT

      The Journal of business
    59. Hoglund, M; Gorunova, L; Jonson, T; Dawiskiba, S; Andren-Sandberg, A; Stenman, G; Johansson, B
      Cytogenetic and FISH analyses of pancreatic carcinoma reveal breaks in 18q11 with consistent loss of 18q12-qter and frequent gain of 18p

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    60. MOSSER EA; KASANOV JD; FORSBERG EC; KAY BK; NEY PA; BRESNICK EH
      PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN OF THE HEMATOPOIETIC TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR NF-E2 AND WW DOMAINS

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    61. PESTINA TI; STENBERG PE; DRUKER BJ; STEWARD SA; HUTSON NK; BARRIE RJ; JACKSON CW
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE SRC FAMILY KINASES, LCK AND FGR IN PLATELETS - THEIR TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION STATUS AND SUBCELLULAR-DISTRIBUTION COMPARED WITH OTHER SRC FAMILY MEMBERS

      Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology
    62. SHEEHY HM
      A COMMUNITY CLOSER TO ITS CITIZENS - THE EUROPEAN-UNION USE OF THE INTERNET

      Government information quarterly
    63. LAWLER P
      SCANDINAVIAN EXCEPTIONALISM AND EUROPEAN-UNION

      Journal of Common Market studies
    64. ARIKI M; TANABE O; USUI H; HAYASHI H; INOUE R; NISHITO Y; KAGAMIYAMA H; TAKEDA M
      IDENTIFICATION OF AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION SITES IN C-YES PURIFIED FROM RAT-LIVER PLASMA-MEMBRANES

      Journal of Biochemistry
    65. SUN GQ; BUDDE RJA
      EXPRESSION, PURIFICATION, AND INITIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HUMAN YES PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE FROM A BACTERIAL EXPRESSION SYSTEM

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    66. LEONARD DC; SHULL DM
      INVESTOR SENTIMENT AND THE CLOSED-END FUND EVIDENCE - IMPACT OF THE JANUARY-EFFECT

      The Quarterly review of economics and finance
    67. FUHRER DK; YANG YC
      ACTIVATION OF SRC-FAMILY PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASES AND PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 3-KINASE IN 3T3-L1 MOUSE PREADIPOCYTES BY INTERLEUKIN-11

      Experimental hematology
    68. ROBERTS MA; WRAY JL
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA CDNA CLONE ENCODING AN ORGANELLAR ISOFORM OF SERINE ACETYLTRANSFERASE

      Plant molecular biology
    69. ALEXANDER RJ; PANJA A; KAPLANLISS E; MAYER L; RAICHT RF
      EXPRESSION OF PROTOONCOGENE-ENCODED MESSENGER-RNA BY COLONIC EPITHELIAL-CELLS IN INFLAMMATORY BOWEL-DISEASE

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    70. BROWN LG
      ADDITIONAL RULES FOR THE TRANSFORMED UP-DOWN METHOD IN PSYCHOPHYSICS

      Perception & psychophysics
    71. GUTIERREZMARCOS JF; ROBERTS MA; CAMPBELL EI; WRAY JL
      3 MEMBERS OF A NOVEL SMALL GENE-FAMILY FROM ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA ABLETO COMPLEMENT FUNCTIONALLY AN ESCHERICHIA-COLI MUTANT DEFECTIVE IN PAPS REDUCTASE-ACTIVITY ENCODE PROTEINS WITH A THIOREDOXIN-LIKE DOMAIN AND APS REDUCTASE-ACTIVITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    72. JUN SA; OH M
      A PROSODIC ANALYSIS OF 3 TYPES OF WH-PHRASES IN KOREAN

      Language and Speech
    73. PAROLINI I; SARGIACOMO M; LISANTI MP; PESCHLE C
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION AND GLYCOPHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL-LINKED PROTEINS (LYN, LCK, CD4, CD45, G-PROTEINS, AND CD55) SELECTIVELY LOCALIZE IN TRITON-INSOLUBLE PLASMA-MEMBRANE DOMAINS OF HUMAN LEUKEMIC-CELL LINES AND NORMAL GRANULOCYTES

      Blood
    74. MONTRUCCHIO G; BRIZZI MF; CALOSSO G; MARENGO S; PEGORARO L; CAMUSSI G
      EFFECTS OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN MEGAKARYOCYTE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT FACTOR ON PLATELET ACTIVATION

      Blood
    75. LIGON J; THYER BA; DIXON D
      ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS OF THOSE PUBLISHED IN SOCIAL-WORK JOURNALS - A PRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS, 1989-1993

      Journal of social work education
    76. MUTHUSWAMY SK; MULLER WJ
      ACTIVATION OF SRC FAMILY KINASES IN NEU-INDUCED MAMMARY-TUMORS CORRELATES WITH THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH DISTINCT SETS OF TYROSINE-PHOSPHORYLATED PROTEINS IN-VIVO

      Oncogene
    77. ISHINO M; OHBA T; SASAKI H; SASAKI T
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF A CDNA-ENCODING A PHOSPHOPROTEIN, EFS, WHICH CONTAINS A SRC-HOMOLOGY-3 DOMAIN AND ASSOCIATES WITH FYN

      Oncogene
    78. TORTI M; RAMASCHI G; SINIGAGLIA F; BALDUINI C
      DUAL MECHANISM OF PROTEIN-TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION IN CONCANAVALIN A-STIMULATED PLATELETS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    79. AOKI N; MARUKI M; MIYAZAKI H; TANGE T
      DIFFERING KINASE-ACTIVITY OF THE C-YES AND C-SRC GENE PROTEINS IN TPA-INDUCED MEGAKARYOCYTIC DIFFERENTIATION OF T-33 AND K562 CELL-LINES

      Research in experimental medicine
    80. PARK J; CARTWRIGHT CA
      SRC ACTIVITY INCREASES AND YES ACTIVITY DECREASES DURING MITOSIS OF HUMAN COLON-CARCINOMA CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    81. CIESIELSKITRESKA J; ULRICH G; CHASSEROTGOLAZ S; AUNIS D
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF PROTEIN-KINASES YES AND SRC IN AMEBOID MICROGLIA IN CULTURE - ASSOCIATION OF YES KINASE WITH VIMENTIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS

      European journal of cell biology
    82. TREUTWEIN B
      ADAPTIVE PSYCHOPHYSICAL PROCEDURES

      Vision research
    83. HARLESS J; OBERMOELLER RD; WALTER RB; SVENSSON R; NAIRN RS; VIELKIND JR; KALLMAN KD; MORIZOT DC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A TYROSINE KINASE-PEPTIDASE A SYNTENY IN LINKAGE GROUP-XIII OF XIPHOPHORUS FISHES (TELEOSTEI, POECILIIDAE) - IMPLICATIONS FOR VERTEBRATE CHROMOSOME EVOLUTION

      The Journal of heredity
    84. RUSSO TV; MARTIN RL; HAY PJ
      APPLICATION OF GRADIENT-CORRECTED DENSITY-FUNCTIONAL THEORY TO THE STRUCTURES AND THERMOCHEMISTRIES OF SCF3, TIF4, VF5, AND CRF6

      The Journal of chemical physics
    85. SUDOL M; CHEN HI; BOUGERET C; EINBOND A; BORK P
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL PROTEIN-BINDING MODULE - THE WW DOMAIN

      FEBS letters
    86. OZAWA K; KASHIWADA K; TAKAHASHI M; SOBUE K
      TRANSLOCATION OF CORTACTIN (P80 85) TO THE ACTIN-BASED CYTOSKELETON DURING THROMBIN RECEPTOR-MEDIATED PLATELET ACTIVATION/

      Experimental cell research
    87. MINA RB; TATEYAMA S; MIYOSHI N; UCHIDA K; YAMAGUCHI R; OHTSUKA H
      AMPLIFICATION OF A C-YES-1-RELATED ONCOGENE IN CANINE LYMPHOID LEUKEMIA

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    88. ZHAO DM; TATEYAMA S; MIYOSHI N; YAMAGUCHI R; UCHIDA K; KAI K; PRIOSOERYANTO BP; MINA RB
      HUMAN C-YES-1-RELATED PROTOONCOGENE IN CLINICALLY NORMAL DOGS

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    89. STEIN PL; VOGEL H; SORIANO P
      COMBINED DEFICIENCIES OF SRC, FYN, AND YES TYROSINE KINASES IN MUTANTMICE

      Genes & development
    90. HECKSCHER C; HALL L
      MUTUAL GAINS AND BEYOND - 2 LEVELS OF INTERVENTION

      Negotiation journal
    91. KINGSMITH PE; GRIGSBY SS; VINGRYS AJ; BENES SC; SUPOWIT A
      EFFICIENT AND UNBIASED MODIFICATIONS OF THE QUEST THRESHOLD METHOD - THEORY, SIMULATIONS, EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION AND PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION

      Vision research
    92. SILVERMAN L; SUDOL M; RESH MD
      MEMBERS OF THE SRC FAMILY OF NONRECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES SHARE A COMMON MECHANISM FOR MEMBRANE-BINDING

      Cell growth & differentiation
    93. THOMAS JE; AGUZZI A; SORIANO P; WAGNER EF; BRUGGE JS
      INDUCTION OF TUMOR-FORMATION AND CELL-TRANSFORMATION BY POLYOMA MIDDLE T-ANTIGEN IN THE ABSENCE OF SRC

      Oncogene
    94. LOGANZO F; DOSIK JS; ZHAO Y; VIDAL MJ; NANUS DM; SUDOL M; ALBINO AP
      ELEVATED EXPRESSION OF PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE C-YES, BUT NOT C-SRC, IN HUMAN-MALIGNANT MELANOMA

      Oncogene
    95. COREY S; EGUINOA A; PUYANATHEALL K; BOLEN JB; CANTLEY L; MOLLINEDO F; JACKSON TR; HAWKINS PT; STEPHENS LR
      GRANULOCYTE MACROPHAGE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR STIMULATES BOTH ASSOCIATION AND ACTIVATION OF PHOSPHOINOSITIDE 3OH-KINASE AND SRC-RELATED TYROSINE KINASE(S) IN HUMAN MYELOID DERIVED CELLS

      EMBO journal
    96. SWOPE SL; HUGANIR RL
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF 2 ABUNDANT PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASES IN TORPEDO ELECTRIC ORGAN THAT ASSOCIATE WITH THE ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    97. MEYERSON G; PAHLMAN S
      PP59FYN AND PP62C-YES ARE ENRICHED IN SH-SY5Y NEUROBLASTOMA GROWTH CONES BUT DO NOT ASSOCIATE TO THE 38 KDA PROTEIN WHICH COMPLEXES WITH PP60C SRC AND PP60C-SRCN

      FEBS letters


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