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Contents: January 1 1996, Volume 7, Issue 1   [Index by Author]       Other Issues:  
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M Li, J Hu, K Heermeier, L Hennighausen, and PA Furth
Expression of a viral oncoprotein during mammary gland development alters cell fate and function: induction of p53-independent apoptosis is followed by impaired milk protein production in surviving cells
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 3-11. [Abstract] [PDF]  

M Li, J Hu, K Heermeier, L Hennighausen, and PA Furth
Apoptosis and remodeling of mammary gland tissue during involution proceeds through p53-independent pathways
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 13-20. [Abstract] [PDF]  

D Ronen, D Schwartz, Y Teitz, N Goldfinger, and V Rotter
Induction of HL-60 cells to undergo apoptosis is determined by high levels of wild-type p53 protein whereas differentiation of the cells is mediated by lower p53 levels
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 21-30. [Abstract] [PDF]  

VM Richon and G Venta-Perez
Changes in E2F DNA-binding activity during induced erythroid differentiation
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 31-42. [Abstract] [PDF]  

SG Tevosian, KE Paulson, R Bronson, and AS Yee
Expression of the E2F-1/DP-1 transcription factor in murine development
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 43-52. [Abstract] [PDF]  

JM Sterner, Y Tao, SB Kennett, HG Kim, and JM Horowitz
The amino terminus of the retinoblastoma (Rb) protein associates with a cyclin-dependent kinase-like kinase via Rb amino acids required for growth suppression
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 53-64. [Abstract] [PDF]  

NR Wilcken, B Sarcevic, EA Musgrove, and RL Sutherland
Differential effects of retinoids and antiestrogens on cell cycle progression and cell cycle regulatory genes in human breast cancer cells
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 65-74. [Abstract] [PDF]  

M Faria and HA Armelin
Antagonistic actions of phorbol ester in mammalian G0-->G1-->S cell cycle transition
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 75-81. [Abstract] [PDF]  

H Anderson and M Roberge
Topoisomerase II inhibitors affect entry into mitosis and chromosome condensation in BHK cells
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 83-90. [Abstract] [PDF]  

M Bhatia, JB Kirkland, and KA Meckling-Gill
Overexpression of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase promotes cell cycle arrest and inhibits neutrophilic differentiation of NB4 acute promyelocytic leukemia cells
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 91-100. [Abstract] [PDF]  

BG Heerdt, MA Houston, JJ Rediske, and LH Augenlicht
Steady-state levels of mitochondrial messenger RNA species characterize a predominant pathway culminating in apoptosis and shedding of HT29 human colonic carcinoma cells
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 101-106. [Abstract] [PDF]  

T Li, K Ramirez, and R Palacios
Distinct patterns of Fas cell surface expression during development of T- or B-lymphocyte lineages in normal, scid, and mutant mice lacking or overexpressing p53, bcl-2, or rag-2 genes
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 107-114. [Abstract] [PDF]  

MB Rogers
Receptor-selective retinoids implicate retinoic acid receptor alpha and gamma in the regulation of bmp-2 and bmp-4 in F9 embryonal carcinoma cells
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 115-122. [Abstract] [PDF]  

Z Wang, PS Tung, and MF Moran
Association of p120 ras GAP with endocytic components and colocalization with epidermal growth factor (EGF) receptor in response to EGF stimulation
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 123-133. [Abstract] [PDF]  

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