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Contents: January 1 1994, Volume 5, Issue 1   [Index by Author]       Other Issues:  
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Articles:

MS O'Dorisio, F Chen, TM O'Dorisio, D Wray, and SJ Qualman
Characterization of somatostatin receptors on human neuroblastoma tumors
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 1-8. [Abstract] [PDF]  

FE Domann, JP Levy, MJ Birrer, and GT Bowden
Stable expression of a c-JUN deletion mutant in two malignant mouse epidermal cell lines blocks tumor formation in nude mice
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 9-16. [Abstract] [PDF]  

ME Leibbrandt, R Khokha, and J Koropatnick
Antisense down-regulation of metallothionein in a human monocytic cell line alters adherence, invasion, and the respiratory burst
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 17-25. [Abstract] [PDF]  

G Andersson, S Pahlman, V Parrow, I Johansson, and U Hammerling
Activation of the human NPY gene during neuroblastoma cell differentiation: induced transcriptional activities of AP-1 and AP-2
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 27-36. [Abstract] [PDF]  

P Bierbaum, S MacLean-Hunter, F Ehlert, T Moroy, and R Muller
Cloning of embryonal stem cell-specific genes: characterization of the transcriptionally controlled gene esg-1
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 37-46. [Abstract] [PDF]  

DM Faust, M Boshart, T Imaizumi-Scherrer, G Schutz, and MC Weiss
Constancy of expression of the protein kinase A regulatory subunit R1 alpha in hepatoma cell lines of different phenotypes
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 47-53. [Abstract] [PDF]  

GP Kalemkerian, RK Jasti, P Celano, BD Nelkin, and M Mabry
All-trans-retinoic acid alters myc gene expression and inhibits in vitro progression in small cell lung cancer
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 55-60. [Abstract] [PDF]  

DC Olson and AJ Levine
The properties of p53 proteins selected for the loss of suppression of transformation
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 61-71. [Abstract] [PDF]  

D Yee, JG Jackson, TW Kozelsky, and JA Figueroa
Insulin-like growth factor binding protein 1 expression inhibits insulin-like growth factor I action in MCF-7 breast cancer cells
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 73-77. [Abstract] [PDF]  

J Song, YW Jiang, and DA Foster
Epidermal growth factor induces the production of biologically distinguishable diglyceride species from phosphatidylinositol and phosphatidylcholine via the independent activation of type C and type D phospholipases
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 79-85. [Abstract] [PDF]  

LM Nabell, RH Raja, PP Sayeski, AJ Paterson, and JE Kudlow
Human immunodeficiency virus 1 Tat stimulates transcription of the transforming growth factor alpha gene in an epidermal growth factor-dependent manner
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 87-93. [Abstract] [PDF]  

CT Baldari, A Heguy, MM Di Somma, and JL Telford
Inhibition of T-cell antigen receptor signaling by overexpression of p120GAP
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 95-98. [Abstract] [PDF]  

JH Trembley, BT Kren, and CJ Steer
Posttranscriptional regulation of cyclin B messenger RNA expression in the regenerating rat liver
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 99-108. [Abstract] [PDF]  

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