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Contents: April 1 1994, Volume 5, Issue 4   [Index by Author]       Other Issues:  
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Articles:

G Zhang, JD Sato, MT Herley, MW Tsang, H Ye, H Liu, T Ichimura, G Yan, WL McKeehan, and JL Stevens
Stable and temperature-sensitive transformation of rat kidney epithelial cells suppresses expression of acidic fibroblast growth factor 1 but activates secretion of fibroblast growth factor 3 (int-2) and vascular endothelial growth factor
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 349-357. [Abstract] [PDF]  

H Zhu, MA Naujokas, and M Park
Receptor chimeras indicate that the met tyrosine kinase mediates the motility and morphogenic responses of hepatocyte growth/scatter factor
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 359-366. [Abstract] [PDF]  

U Brennscheidt, D Riedel, W Kolch, R Bonifer, MA Brach, A Ahlers, RH Mertelsmann, and F Herrmann
Raf-1 is a necessary component of the mitogenic response of the human megakaryoblastic leukemia cell line MO7 to human stem cell factor, granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor, interleukin 3, and interleukin 9
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 367-372. [Abstract] [PDF]  

J Dimitroulakos, J Squire, G Pawlin, and H Yeger
NUB-7: a stable I-type human neuroblastoma cell line inducible along N- and S-type cell lineages
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 373-384. [Abstract] [PDF]  

C Jhappan, H Takayama, RB Dickson, and G Merlino
Transgenic mice provide genetic evidence that transforming growth factor alpha promotes skin tumorigenesis via H-ras-dependent and H-ras-independent pathways
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 385-394. [Abstract] [PDF]  

MW Wooten, G Zhou, ML Seibenhener, and ES Coleman
A role for zeta protein kinase C in nerve growth factor-induced differentiation of PC12 cells
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 395-403. [Abstract] [PDF]  

CJ Gamard, GC Blobe, YA Hannun, and LM Obeid
Specific role for protein kinase C beta in cell differentiation
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 405-409. [Abstract] [PDF]  

T Lithgow, R van Driel, JF Bertram, and A Strasser
The protein product of the oncogene bcl-2 is a component of the nuclear envelope, the endoplasmic reticulum, and the outer mitochondrial membrane
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 411-417. [Abstract] [PDF]  

I Givol, I Tsarfaty, J Resau, S Rulong, PP da Silva, G Nasioulas, J DuHadaway, SH Hughes, and DL Ewert
Bcl-2 expressed using a retroviral vector is localized primarily in the nuclear membrane and the endoplasmic reticulum of chicken embryo fibroblasts
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 419-429. [Abstract] [PDF]  

D Yu, A Matin, PW Hinds, and MC Hung
Transcriptional regulation of neu by RB and E1A in rat-1 cells
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 431-438. [Abstract] [PDF]  

E Szabo, LH Preis, and MJ Birrer
Constitutive cJun expression induces partial macrophage differentiation in U-937 cells
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 439-446. [Abstract] [PDF]  

SH Liu, HH Lee, JJ Chen, CF Chuang, and SY Ng
Serum response element-regulated transcription in the cell cycle: possible correlation with microtubule reorganization
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 447-455. [Abstract] [PDF]  

SF Sells, DP Wood, Jr, SS Joshi-Barve, S Muthukumar, RJ Jacob, SA Crist, S Humphreys, and VM Rangnekar
Commonality of the gene programs induced by effectors of apoptosis in androgen-dependent and -independent prostate cells
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 457-466. [Abstract] [PDF]  

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