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    1. Hoffmann, P; Ji, H; Moritz, RL; Connolly, LM; Frecklington, DF; Layton, MJ; Eddes, JS; Simpson, RJ
      Continuous free-flow electrophoresis separation of cytosolic proteins fromthe human colon carcinoma cell line LIM 1215: A non two-dimensional gel electrophoresis-based proteome analysis strategy

      PROTEOMICS
    2. Steinmetz, MO; Jahnke, W; Towbin, H; Garcia-Echeverria, C; Voshol, H; Muller, D; van Oostrum, J
      Phosphorylation disrupts the central helix in Op18/stathmin and suppressesbinding to tubulin

      EMBO REPORTS
    3. Hummert, TW; Schwartz, Z; Sylvia, VL; Dean, DD; Boyan, BD
      Stathmin levels in growth plate chondrocytes are modulated by vitamin D-3 metabolites and transforming growth factor-beta 1 and are associated with proliferation

      ENDOCRINE
    4. Holmfeldt, P; Larsson, N; Segerman, B; Howell, B; Morabito, J; Cassimeris, L; Gullberg, M
      The catastrophe-promoting activity of ectopic Op18/stathmin is required for disruption of mitotic spindles but not interphase microtubules

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    5. Guillaume, E; Evrard, B; Com, E; Moertz, E; Jegou, B; Pineau, C
      Proteome analysis of rat spermatogonia: Reinvestigation of stathmin spatio-temporal expression within the testis

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    6. Takaki, M; Ujike, H; Kodama, M; Takehisa, Y; Yamamoto, A; Kuroda, S
      Increased expression of synaptophysin and stathmin mRNAs after methamphetamine administration in rat brain

      NEUROREPORT
    7. Antonsson, B; Kassel, DB; Ruchti, E; Grenningloh, G
      Differences in phosphorylation of human and chicken stathmin by MAP kinase

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Camoletto, P; Colesanti, A; Ozon, S; Sobel, A; Fasolo, A
      Expression of stathmin and SCG10 proteins in the olfactory neurogenesis during development and after lesion in the adulthood

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    9. Brauer, AU; Savaskan, NE; Plaschke, M; Ninnemann, O; Nitsch, R
      Perforant path lesion induces up-regulation of stathmin messenger RNA, butnot SCG10 messenger RNA, in the adult rat hippocampus

      NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Cassimeris, L; Spittle, C
      Regulation of microtubule-associated proteins

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 210
    11. Iancu, C; Mistry, SJ; Arkin, S; Wallenstein, S; Atweh, GF
      Effects of stathmin inhibition on the mitotic spindle

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    12. Maekawa, S; Morii, H; Kumanogoh, H; Sano, M; Naruse, Y; Sokawa, Y; Mori, N
      Localization of neuronal growth-associated, microtubule-destabilizing factor SCG10 in brain-derived raft membrane microdomains

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Tackels-Horne, D; Goodman, MD; Williams, AJ; Wilson, DJ; Eskandari, T; Vogt, LM; Boland, JF; Scherf, U; Vockley, JG
      Identification of differentially expressed genes in hepatocellular carcinoma and metastatic liver tumors by oligonucleotide expression profiling

      CANCER
    14. Nishio, K; Nakamura, T; Koh, Y; Kanzawa, F; Tamura, T; Saijo, N
      Oncoprotein 18 overexpression Increases the sensitivity to vindesine in the Human hung Carcinoma Cells

      CANCER
    15. Muller, DR; Schindler, P; Towbin, H; Wirth, U; Voshol, H; Hoving, S; Steinmetz, MO
      Isotope tagged cross linking reagents. A new tool in mass spectrometric protein interaction analysis

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Pfeuffer, T; Goebel, W; Laubinger, J; Bachmann, M; Kuhn, M
      LaXp180, a mammalian ActA-binding protein, identified with the yeast two-hybrid system, co-localizes with intracellular Listeria monocytogenes

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    17. Fleury, D; Grenningloh, G; Lafanechere, L; Antonsson, B; Job, D; Cohen-Addad, C
      Preliminary crystallographic study of a complex formed between the alpha/beta-tubulin heterodimer and the neuronal growth-associated protein SCG10

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    18. Walczak, CE
      Microtubule dynamics and tubulin interacting proteins

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    19. Soodeen-Karamath, S; Gibbins, AMV
      The chicken stathmin gene and its expression in the embryo

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    20. Price, DK; Ball, JR; Bahrani-Mostafavi, Z; Vachris, JC; Kaufman, JS; Naumann, RW; Higgins, RV; Hall, JB
      The phosphoprotein Op18/stathmin is differentially expressed in ovarian cancer

      CANCER INVESTIGATION
    21. Hummert, TW; Schwartz, Z; Sylvia, VL; Dean, DD; Hardin, RR; Boyan, BD
      Expression and production of stathmin in growth plate chondrocytes is cell-maturation dependent

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    22. Ye, Z; Connor, JR
      Identification of iron responsive genes by screening cDNA libraries from suppression subtractive hybridization with antisense probes from three iron conditions

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    23. Steinmetz, MO; Kammerer, RA; Jahnke, W; Goldie, KN; Lustig, A; van Oostrum, J
      Op18/stathmin caps a kinked protofilament-like tubulin tetramer

      EMBO JOURNAL
    24. Wallon, G; Rappsilber, J; Mann, M; Serrano, L
      Model for stathmin/OP18 binding to tubulin

      EMBO JOURNAL
    25. Toda, T; Sugimoto, M; Omori, A; Matsuzaki, T; Furuichi, Y; Kimura, N
      Proteomic analysis of Epstein-Barr virus-transformed human B-lymphoblastiod cell lines before and after immortalization

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    26. Rao, KVN; Ramaswamy, K
      Cloning and expression of a gene encoding Sm16, an anti-inflammatory protein from Schistosoma mansoni

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    27. Giacobini, P; Benedetto, A; Tirindelli, R; Fasolo, A
      Proliferation and migration of receptor neurons in the vomeronasal organ of the adult mouse

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Steinman, RA; Yaroslavskiy, B; Kaplan, SS; Goff, JP; Shields, DS
      Clonal response of K562 leukemic cells to exogenous p21WAF1

      LEUKEMIA RESEARCH
    29. Hiragino, T; Takai, K; Fujikawa, K; Konishi, M; Aoki, A; Suga, A; Fujimoto, M; Nakamura, K; Naito, K
      The effect of deoxyspergualin on rat thymocytes and thymic epithelial cells

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    30. Segerman, B; Larsson, N; Holmfeldt, P; Gullberg, M
      Mutational analysis of Op18/stathmin-tubulin-interacting surfaces - Binding cooperativity controls tubulin GTP hydrolysis in the ternary complex

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    31. Vancompernolle, K; Boonefaes, T; Mann, M; Fiers, W; Grooten, J
      Tumor necrosis factor-induced microtubule stabilization mediated by hyperphosphorylated oncoprotein 18 promotes cell death

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    32. Maucuer, A; Le Caer, JP; Manceau, V; Sobel, A
      Specific Ser-Pro phosphorylation by the RNA-recognition motif containing kinase KIS

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    33. Brattsand, G
      Correlation of oncoprotein 18/stathmin expression in human breast cancer with established prognostic factors

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    34. Curmi, PA; Nogues, C; Lachkar, S; Carelle, N; Gonthier, MP; Sobel, A; Lidereau, R; Bieche, I
      Overexpression of stathmin in breast carcinomas points out to highly proliferative tumours

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    35. Nakazawa, T; Nakano, I; Furuyama, T; Morii, H; Tamai, M; Mori, N
      The SCG10-related gene family in the developing rat retina: Persistent expression of SCLIP and stathmin in mature ganglion cell layer

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    36. Muller, DR; Schindler, P; Coulot, H; Voshol, H; van Oostrum, J
      Mass spectrometric characterization of stathmin isoforms separated by 2D PAGE

      JOURNAL OF MASS SPECTROMETRY
    37. Koppel, J; Rehak, P; Baran, V; Vesela, J; Hlinka, D; Manceau, V; Sobel, A
      Cellular and subcellular localization of stathmin during oocyte and preimplantation embryo development

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    38. Prasad, SC; Thraves, PJ; Soldatenkov, VA; Varghese, S; Dritschilo, A
      Differential expression of stathmin during neoplastic conversion of human prostate epithelial cells is reversed by hypomethylating agent, 5-azacytidine

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    39. Ahn, J; Murphy, M; Kratowicz, S; Wang, A; Levine, AJ; George, DL
      Down-regulation of the stathmin/Op18 and FKBP25 genes following p53 induction

      ONCOGENE
    40. Larsson, NL; Segerman, B; Gradin, HM; Wandzioch, E; Cassimeris, L; Gullberg, M
      Mutations of oncoprotein 18/stathmin identify tubulin-directed regulatory activities distinct from tubulin association

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    41. Cajone, F; Sherbet, GV
      Stathmin is involved in S100A4-mediated regulation of cell cycle progression

      CLINICAL & EXPERIMENTAL METASTASIS
    42. Mistry, SJ; Atweh, GF
      Stathmin expression in immortalized and oncogene transformed cells

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    43. Manceau, V; Gavet, O; Curmi, P; Sobel, A
      Stathmin interaction with HSC70 family proteins

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    44. Howell, B; Deacon, H; Cassimeris, L
      Decreasing oncoprotein 18/stathmin levels reduces microtubule catastrophesand increases microtubule polymer in vivo

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    45. Larsson, N; Segerman, B; Howell, B; Fridell, K; Cassimeris, L; Gullberg, M
      Op18/stathmin mediates multiple region-specific tubulin and microtubule-regulating activities

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    46. Moreno, FJ; Bagnat, M; Lim, F; Avila, J
      OP18/stathmin binds near the C-terminus of tubulin and facilitates GTP binding

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    47. Sun, ZJ; Pan, J; Hope, WX; Cohen, SN; Balk, SP
      Tumor susceptibility gene 101 protein represses androgen receptor transactivation and interacts with p300

      CANCER
    48. Watters, DJ; Parsons, PG
      Critical targets of protein kinase C in differentiation of tumour cells

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    49. Vertessy, BG; Bankfalvi, D; Kovacs, J; Low, P; Lehotzky, A; Ovadi, J
      Pyruvate kinase as a microtubule destabilizing factor in vitro

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    50. FLURKEY WH; KELLEY M; HUGHES JP; MULKEY T; PRENTICE DA
      IDENTIFICATION OF STATHMIN-LIKE PROTEINS IN PLANTS

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    51. WANG Q; DRIOUCH K; COURTOIS S; CHAMPEME MH; BIECHE I; TREILLEUX I; BRIFFOD M; RIMOKH R; MAGAUD JP; CURMI P; LIDEREAU R; PUISIEUX A
      LOW-FREQUENCY OF TSG101 CC2 GENE ALTERATIONS IN INVASIVE HUMAN BREASTCANCERS/

      Oncogene
    52. ANDERSEN SSL
      XENOPUS INTERPHASE AND MITOTIC MICROTUBULE-ASSOCIATED PROTEINS DIFFERENTIALLY SUPPRESS MICROTUBULE DYNAMICS IN-VITRO

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    53. MATSUO N; KAWAMOTO S; MATSUBARA K; OKUBO K
      A NOVEL SCG10-RELATED GENE UNIQUELY EXPRESSED IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Gene
    54. SCHEELE JS
      CAMP-DEPENDENT PHOSPHORYLATION AND HEXAMETHYLENE-BIS-ACETAMIDE INDUCED DEPHOSPHORYLATION OF P19 IN MURINE ERYTHROLEUKEMIA-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    55. MORENO FJ; AVILA J
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF STATHMIN MODULATES ITS FUNCTION AS A MICROTUBULE DEPOLYMERIZING FACTOR

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    56. THOREY IS; MUTH K; RUSS AP; OTTE J; REFFELMANN A; VONMELCHNER H
      SELECTIVE DISRUPTION OF GENES TRANSIENTLY INDUCED IN DIFFERENTIATING MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS BY USING GENE TRAP MUTAGENESIS AND SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    57. BEILHARZ EJ; ZHUKOVSKY E; LANAHAN AA; WORLEY PF; NIKOLICH K; GOODMAN LJ
      NEURONAL-ACTIVITY INDUCTION OF THE STATHMIN-LIKE GENE RB3 IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS - POSSIBLE ROLE IN NEURONAL PLASTICITY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    58. SHERBET GV; LAKSHMI MS
      S100A4 (MTS1) CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEIN IN CANCER GROWTH, INVASION AND METASTASIS

      Anticancer research
    59. ZUGARO LM; REID GE; JI H; EDDES JS; MURPHY AC; BURGESS AW; SIMPSON RJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF RAT-BRAIN STATHMIN ISOFORMS BY 2-DIMENSIONAL GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS MATRIX-ASSISTED-LASER-DESORPTION IONIZATION AND ELECTROSPRAY-IONIZATION ION-TRAP MASS-SPECTROMETRY/

      Electrophoresis
    60. FUJIMOTO M; NAGASAKA Y; TANAKA T; NAKAMURA K
      ANALYSIS OF HEAT SHOCK-INDUCED MONOPHOSPHORYLATION OF STATHMIN IN HUMAN T-LYMPHOBLASTIC CELL-LINE JURKAT BY 2-DIMENSIONAL GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS

      Electrophoresis
    61. LI YB; CHAN PH
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE PRO-ONCOGENE STATHMIN OP18 MESSENGER-RNA IN THEBRAIN OF MITOCHONDRIAL MN-SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE-DEFICIENT MICE BY A MODIFIED DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY PCR/

      Molecular brain research
    62. XIE WQ; LI LM; COHEN SN
      CELL CYCLE-DEPENDENT SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF THE TSG101 PROTEIN AND MITOTIC AND NUCLEAR ABNORMALITIES ASSOCIATED WITH TSG101 DEFICIENCY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    63. OZON S; BYK T; SOBEL A
      SCLIP - A NOVEL SCG10-LIKE PROTEIN OF THE STATHMIN FAMILY EXPRESSED IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Journal of neurochemistry
    64. Gavet, O; Ozon, S; Manceau, V; Lawler, S; Curmi, P; Sobel, A
      The stathmin phosphoprotein family: intracellular localization and effectson the microtubule network

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    65. ANTONSSON B; KASSEL DB; DIPAOLO G; LUTJENS R; RIEDERER BM; GRENNINGLOH G
      IDENTIFICATION OF IN-VITRO PHOSPHORYLATION SITES IN THE GROWTH CONE PROTEIN SCG10 - EFFECT OF PHOSPHORYLATION SITE MUTANTS ON MICROTUBULE-DESTABILIZING ACTIVITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    66. LAWLER S; GAVET O; RICH T; SOBEL A
      STATHMIN OVEREXPRESSION IN 293 CELLS AFFECTS SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION AND CELL-GROWTH

      FEBS letters
    67. ZHONG Q; CHEN YM; JONES D; LEE WH
      PERTURBATION OF TSG101 PROTEIN AFFECTS CELL-CYCLE PROGRESSION

      Cancer research
    68. BIECHE I; LACHKAR S; BECETTE V; CIFUENTESDIAZ C; SOBEL A; LIDEREAU R; CURMI PA
      OVEREXPRESSION OF THE STATHMIN GENE IN A SUBSET OF HUMAN BREAST-CANCER

      British Journal of Cancer
    69. WATTERS D; GARRONE B; COOMER J; JOHNSON WE; BROWN G; PARSONS P
      STIMULATION OF MELANOGENESIS IN A HUMAN-MELANOMA CELL-LINE BY BISTRATENE-A

      Biochemical pharmacology
    70. WATANABE M; YANAGI Y; MASUHIRO Y; YANO T; YOSHIKAWA H; YANAGISAWA J; KATO S
      A PUTATIVE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR, TSG101, ACTS AS A TRANSCRIPTIONAL SUPPRESSOR THROUGH ITS COILED-COIL DOMAIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    71. ANTONSSON B; LUTJENS R; DIPAOLO G; KASSEL D; ALLET B; BERNARD A; CATSICAS S; GRENNINGLOH G
      PURIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND IN-VITRO PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE NEURON-SPECIFIC MEMBRANE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN SCG10

      Protein expression and purification
    72. ANTONSSON B; MONTESSUIT S; DIPAOLO G; LUTJENS R; GRENNINGLOH G
      EXPRESSION, PURIFICATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A HIGHLY SOLUBLE N-TERMINAL-TRUNCATED FORM OF THE NEURON-SPECIFIC MEMBRANE-ASSOCIATED PHOSPHOPROTEIN SCG10

      Protein expression and purification
    73. CHENG HW; JIANG T; MORI N; MCNEILL TH
      UP-REGULATION OF STATHMIN (P19) GENE-EXPRESSION IN ADULT-RAT BRAIN DURING INJURY-INDUCED SYNAPSE FORMATION

      NeuroReport
    74. CAMOLETTO P; PERETTO P; BONFANTI L; MANCEAU V; SOBEL A; FASOLO A
      THE CYTOSOLIC PHOSPHOPROTEIN STATHMIN IS EXPRESSED IN THE OLFACTORY SYSTEM OF THE ADULT-RAT

      NeuroReport
    75. SUN ZJ; PAN J; BUBLEY G; BALK SP
      FREQUENT ABNORMALITIES OF TSG101 TRANSCRIPTS IN HUMAN PROSTATE-CANCER

      Oncogene
    76. MELHEM R; HAILAT N; KUICK R; HANASH SM
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF OP18 PHOSPHORYLATION IN CHILDHOOD ACUTE-LEUKEMIA

      Leukemia
    77. CARDINAUX JR; MAGISTRETTI PJ; MARTIN JL
      BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR STIMULATES PHOSPHORYLATION OF STATHMIN IN CORTICAL-NEURONS

      Molecular brain research
    78. GARRONE B; KEDAR P; ELAROVA I; LAVIN M; WATTERS D
      APPROACHES TO DETERMINE THE SPECIFIC ROLE OF THE DELTA-ISOFORM OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C

      Journal of biochemical and biophysical methods
    79. DIPAOLO G; LUTJENS R; PELLIER V; STIMPSON SA; BEUCHAT MH; CATSICAS S; GRENNINGLOH G
      TARGETING OF SCG10 TO THE AREA OF THE GOLGI-COMPLEX IS MEDIATED BY ITS NH2-TERMINAL REGION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    80. MAUCUER A; OZON S; MANCEAU V; GAVET O; LAWLER S; CURMI P; SOBEL A
      KIS IS A PROTEIN-KINASE WITH AN RNA RECOGNITION MOTIF

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    81. DIPAOLO G; ANTONSSON B; KASSEL D; RIEDERER BM; GRENNINGLOH G
      PHOSPHORYLATION REGULATES THE MICROTUBULE-DESTABILIZING ACTIVITY OF STATHMIN AND ITS INTERACTION WITH TUBULIN

      FEBS letters
    82. OZON S; MAUCUER A; SOBEL A
      THE STATHMIN FAMILY - MOLECULAR AND BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL MAMMALIAN PROTEINS EXPRESSED IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      European journal of biochemistry
    83. ZHONG Q; CHEN CF; CHEN Y; CHEN PL; LEE WH
      IDENTIFICATION OF CELLULAR TSG101 PROTEIN IN MULTIPLE HUMAN BREAST-CANCER CELL-LINES

      Cancer research
    84. JOURDAIN L; CURMI P; SOBEL A; PANTALONI D; CARLIER MF
      STATHMIN - A TUBULIN-SEQUESTERING PROTEIN WHICH FORMS A TERNARY T2S COMPLEX WITH 2 TUBULIN MOLECULES

      Biochemistry
    85. HOSOYA H; ISHIKAWA K; DOHI N; MARUNOUCHI T
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF PR22 (OP18) WITH PROLIFERATION CONTROL

      Cell structure and function
    86. HANNAN AJ; HENKE RC; WEINBERGER RP; SENTRY JW; JEFFREY PL
      DIFFERENTIAL INDUCTION AND INTRACELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF SCG10 MESSENGER-RNA IS ASSOCIATED WITH NEURONAL DIFFERENTIATION

      Neuroscience
    87. BYK T; DOBRANSKY T; CIFUENTESDIAZ C; SOBEL A
      IDENTIFICATION AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF UNC-33-LIKE PHOSPHOPROTEIN (ULIP), A PUTATIVE MAMMALIAN HOMOLOG OF THE AXONAL GUIDANCE-ASSOCIATED UNC-33 GENE-PRODUCT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    88. MARKLUND U; LARSSON N; GRADIN HM; BRATTSAND G; GULLBERG M
      ONCOPROTEIN-18 IS A PHOSPHORYLATION-RESPONSIVE REGULATOR OF MICROTUBULE DYNAMICS

      EMBO journal
    89. JIN LW; MASLIAH E; IIMOTO D; DETERESA R; MALLORY M; SUNDSMO M; MORI N; SOBEL A; SAITOH T
      NEUROFIBRILLARY TANGLE-ASSOCIATED ALTERATION OF STATHMIN IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neurobiology of aging
    90. BELMONT LD; MITCHISON TJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF A PROTEIN THAT INTERACTS WITH TUBULIN DIMERS AND INCREASES THE CATASTROPHE RATE OF MICROTUBULES

      Cell
    91. ROWLANDS DC; HARRISON RF; JONES NA; WILLIAMS A; HUBSCHER SG; BROWN G
      STATHMIN IS EXPRESSED BY THE PROLIFERATING HEPATOCYTES DURING LIVER-REGENERATION

      JCP. Clinical molecular pathology
    92. FRIEDRICH B; GRONBERG H; LANDSTROM M; GULLBERG M; BERGH A
      DIFFERENTIATION-STAGE SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF ONCOPROTEIN-18 IN HUMAN AND RAT PROSTATIC ADENOCARCINOMA

      The Prostate
    93. PUISSANT C; MITEV V; LEMNAOUAR M; MANCEAU V; SOBEL A; HOUDEBINE LM
      STATHMIN GENE-EXPRESSION IN MAMMARY-GLAND AND IN NB-2 CELLS

      Biology of the cell
    94. OKAZAKI T; WANG H; MASLIAH E; CAO M; JOHNSON SA; SUNDSMO M; SAITOH T; MORI N
      SCG10, A NEURON-SPECIFIC GROWTH-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neurobiology of aging
    95. NAKAMURA K; FUJIMOTO M; TANAKA T; FUJIKURA Y
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF NUCLEOPHOSMIN AND STATHMIN IN HUMAN-T-LYMPHOBLASTIC CELL-LINES, CCRF-CEM AND JURKAT ANALYZED BY 2-DIMENSIONAL GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS

      Electrophoresis
    96. SUGIURA Y; MORI N
      SCG10 EXPRESSES GROWTH-ASSOCIATED MANNER IN DEVELOPING RAT-BRAIN, BUTSHOWS A DIFFERENT PATTERN TO P19 STATHMIN OR GAP-43

      Developmental brain research
    97. DURAJ J; KOVACIKOVA M; SEDLAK J; KOPPEL J; SOBEL A; CHORVATH B
      THE PROTEIN-KINASE-C INHIBITOR H7 BLOCKS PHOSPHORYLATION OF STATHMIN DURING TPA-INDUCED GROWTH-INHIBITION OF HUMAN PRE-B LEUKEMIA REH6 CELLS

      Leukemia research
    98. DANZIGER N; YOKOYAMA M; JAY T; CORDIER J; GLOWINSKI J; CHNEIWEISS H
      CELLULAR EXPRESSION, DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATION, AND PHYLOGENIC CONSERVATION OF PEA-15, THE ASTROCYTIC MAJOR PHOSPHOPROTEIN AND PROTEIN-KINASE-C SUBSTRATE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    99. LARSSON N; MELANDER H; MARKLUND U; OSTERMAN O; GULLBERG M
      G2 M TRANSITION REQUIRES MULTISITE PHOSPHORYLATION OF ONCOPROTEIN-18 BY 2 DISTINCT PROTEIN-KINASE SYSTEMS/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. EUSTACE W; JOHNSON B; JONES NA; ROWLANDS DC; WILLIAMS A; GUEST SS; BROWN G
      DOWN-REGULATION BUT NOT PHOSPHORYLATION OF STATHMIN IS ASSOCIATED WITH INDUCTION OF HL-60 CELL-GROWTH ARREST AND DIFFERENTIATION BY PHYSIOLOGICAL AGENTS

      FEBS letters


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