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Contents: October 1 1996, Volume 7, Issue 10   [Index by Author]       Other Issues:  
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WA Bresnahan, I Boldogh, T Ma, T Albrecht, and EA Thompson
Cyclin E/Cdk2 activity is controlled by different mechanisms in the G0 and G1 phases of the cell cycle
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1283-1290. [Abstract] [PDF]  

A Malliri, WA Yeudall, M Nikolic, DH Crouch, EK Parkinson, and B Ozanne
Sensitivity to transforming growth factor beta 1-induced growth arrest is common in human squamous cell carcinoma cell lines: c-MYC down-regulation and p21waf1 induction are important early events
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1291-1304. [Abstract] [PDF]  

TK Kwon, MA Buchholz, FJ Chrest, and AA Nordin
Staurosporine-induced G1 arrest is associated with the induction and accumulation of cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1305-1313. [Abstract] [PDF]  

EJ Wolvetang, JA Larm, P Moutsoulas, and A Lawen
Apoptosis induced by inhibitors of the plasma membrane NADH-oxidase involves Bcl-2 and calcineurin
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1315-1325. [Abstract] [PDF]  

A Montagnoli, D Guardavaccaro, G Starace, and F Tirone
Overexpression of the nerve growth factor-inducible PC3 immediate early gene is associated with growth inhibition
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1327-1336. [Abstract] [PDF]  

RG Pestell, C Albanese, RJ Lee, G Watanabe, E Moran, J Johnson, and JL Jameson
A potential role for cell cycle control proteins in regulation of the cyclic adenosine 5'-monophosphate-responsive glycoprotein hormone alpha subunit gene
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1337-1344. [Abstract] [PDF]  

G Peterson and S Barnes
Genistein inhibits both estrogen and growth factor-stimulated proliferation of human breast cancer cells
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1345-1351. [Abstract] [PDF]  

H Travers, NS French, and JD Norton
Suppression of tumorigenicity in Ras-transformed fibroblasts by alpha 2(I) collagen
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1353-1360. [Abstract] [PDF]  

KA Gould and WF Dove
Action of Min and Mom1 on neoplasia in ectopic intestinal grafts
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1361-1368. [Abstract] [PDF]  

G Zhou, R Song, and MT Kuo
A novel cis-acting element is involved in the promoter activity of the rat mdr1b gene
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1369-1381. [Abstract] [PDF]  

GR Vandenbark, Y Chen, E Friday, K Pavlik, B Anthony, C deCastro, and RE Kaufman
Complex regulation of human c-kit transcription by promoter repressors, activators, and specific myb elements
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1383-1392. [Abstract] [PDF]  

CA Scherer, J Chen, A Nachabeh, N Hopkins, and HE Ruley
Transcriptional specificity of the pluripotent embryonic stem cell
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1393-1401. [Abstract] [PDF]  

JF Bechberger, NS Khoo, and CC Naus
Analysis of connexin43 expression under the control of a metallothionein promoter
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1403-1413. [Abstract] [PDF]  

LF Steel, DL Telly, J Leonard, BA Rice, B Monks, and JA Sawicki
Elements in the murine c-mos messenger RNA 5'-untranslated region repress translation of downstream coding sequences
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1415-1424. [Abstract] [PDF]  

AK Ghosh, DB Shankar, GM Shackleford, K Wu, A T'Ang, GJ Miller, J Zheng, and P Roy-Burman
Molecular cloning and characterization of human FGF8 alternative messenger RNA forms
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 1425-1434. [Abstract] [PDF]  

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