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Contents: July 1 1994, Volume 5, Issue 7   [Index by Author]       Other Issues:  
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T Iglesias, S Llanos, M Lopez-Barahona, A Perez-Aranda, A Rodriguez-Pena, J Bernal, A Hohne, B Seliger, and A Munoz
c-erbA and v-erbA modulate growth and gene expression of a mouse glial precursor cell line
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 697-704. [Abstract] [PDF]  

W Zhang, GS Randhawa, XY Guo, and AB Deisseroth
The DNA-binding and transcription-activation abilities of p53 are necessary but not sufficient for its antiproliferation function
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 705-710. [Abstract] [PDF]  

B Li, N Greenberg, LC Stephens, R Meyn, D Medina, and JM Rosen
Preferential overexpression of a 172Arg-->Leu mutant p53 in the mammary gland of transgenic mice results in altered lobuloalveolar development
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 711-721. [Abstract] [PDF]  

FA Fornari, Jr, WD Jarvis, S Grant, MS Orr, JK Randolph, FK White, VR Mumaw, ET Lovings, RH Freeman, and DA Gewirtz
Induction of differentiation and growth arrest associated with nascent (nonoligosomal) DNA fragmentation and reduced c-myc expression in MCF-7 human breast tumor cells after continuous exposure to a sublethal concentration of doxorubicin
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 723-733. [Abstract] [PDF]  

ML Day, X Zhao, S Wu, PE Swanson, and PA Humphrey
Phorbol ester-induced apoptosis is accompanied by NGFI-A and c-fos activation in androgen-sensitive prostate cancer cells
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 735-741. [Abstract] [PDF]  

J Li, I King, and AC Sartorelli
Differentiation of WEHI-3B D+ myelomonocytic leukemia cells induced by ectopic expression of the protooncogene c-jun
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 743-751. [Abstract] [PDF]  

G Tortora, A Budillon, H Yokozaki, T Clair, S Pepe, G Merlo, C Rohlff, and YS Cho-Chung
Retroviral vector-mediated overexpression of the RII beta subunit of the cAMP-dependent protein kinase induces differentiation in human leukemia cells and reverts the transformed phenotype of mouse fibroblasts
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 753-759. [Abstract] [PDF]  

JA Daller, AR Buckley, FW Van Hook, DJ Buckley, and CW Putnam
Suramin, a protein kinase C inhibitor, impairs hepatic regeneration
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 761-767. [Abstract] [PDF]  

L Chiariotti, G Benvenuto, R Zarrilli, E Rossi, P Salvatore, V Colantuoni, and CB Bruni
Activation of the galectin-1 (L-14-I) gene from nonexpressing differentiated cells by fusion with undifferentiated and tumorigenic cells
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 769-775. [Abstract] [PDF]  

I Kindas-Mugge and F Trautinger
Increased expression of the M(r) 27,000 heat shock protein (hsp27) in in vitro differentiated normal human keratinocytes
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 777-781. [Abstract] [PDF]  

MM Ittmann
Cell cycle control of the BN51 cell cycle gene which encodes a subunit of RNA polymerase III
Cell Growth Differ 1994 5: 783-788. [Abstract] [PDF]  

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