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Contents: March 1 1994, Volume 5, Issue 3   [Index by Author]       Other Issues:  
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BM Marte, T Meyer, S Stabel, GJ Standke, S Jaken, D Fabbro, and NE Hynes
Protein kinase C and mammary cell differentiation: involvement of protein kinase C alpha in the induction of beta-casein expression
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 239-247. [Abstract] [PDF]  

R Hamanaka, S Maloid, MR Smith, CD O'Connell, DL Longo, and DK Ferris
Cloning and characterization of human and murine homologues of the Drosophila polo serine-threonine kinase
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 249-257. [Abstract] [PDF]  

S Kharbanda, A Saleem, M Hirano, Y Emoto, V Sukhatme, J Blenis, and D Kufe
Activation of early growth response 1 gene transcription and pp90rsk during induction of monocytic differentiation
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 259-265. [Abstract] [PDF]  

S Hsu, F Huang, M Hafez, S Winawer, and E Friedman
Colon carcinoma cells switch their response to transforming growth factor beta 1 with tumor progression
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 267-275. [Abstract] [PDF]  

J Hejnar, J Svoboda, J Geryk, VJ Fincham, and R Hak
High rate of morphological reversion in tumor cell line H-19 associated with permanent transcriptional suppression of the LTR, v-src, LTR provirus
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 277-285. [Abstract] [PDF]  

S Ishida, K Shudo, S Takada, and K Koike
Transcription from the P2 promoter of human protooncogene myc is suppressed by retinoic acid through an interaction between the E2F element and its binding proteins
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 287-294. [Abstract] [PDF]  

JM Gudas, M Oka, F Diella, J Trepel, and KH Cowan
Expression of wild-type p53 during the cell cycle in normal human mammary epithelial cells
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 295-304. [Abstract] [PDF]  

V Avantaggiato, NA Dathan, M Grieco, N Fabien, D Lazzaro, A Fusco, A Simeone, and M Santoro
Developmental expression of the RET protooncogene
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 305-311. [Abstract] [PDF]  

PJ Koskinen, I Vastrik, TP Makela, RN Eisenman, and K Alitalo
Max activity is affected by phosphorylation at two NH2-terminal sites
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 313-320. [Abstract] [PDF]  

J Lotem and L Sachs
Control of sensitivity to induction of apoptosis in myeloid leukemic cells by differentiation and bcl-2 dependent and independent pathways
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 321-327. [Abstract] [PDF]  

J Skouv, PO Jensen, J Forchhammer, JK Larsen, and LR Lund
Tumor-promoting phorbol ester transiently down-modulates the p53 level and blocks the cell cycle
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 329-340. [Abstract] [PDF]  

BM Burgering, E Freed, L van der Voorn, F McCormick, and JL Bos
Platelet-derived growth factor-induced p21ras-mediated signaling is independent of platelet-derived growth factor receptor interaction with GTPase-activating protein or phosphatidylinositol-3-kinase
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 341-347. [Abstract] [PDF]  

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