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Contents: July 1 1996, Volume 7, Issue 7   [Index by Author]       Other Issues:  
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JM Abraham, S Wang, H Suzuki, HY Jiang, LS Rosenblum-Vos, J Yin, and SJ Meltzer
Esophagin cDNA cloning and characterization: a tissue-specific member of the small proline-rich protein family that is not expressed in esophageal tumors
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 855-860. [Abstract] [PDF]  

KK Hirschi, CE Xu, T Tsukamoto, and R Sager
Gap junction genes Cx26 and Cx43 individually suppress the cancer phenotype of human mammary carcinoma cells and restore differentiation potential
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 861-870. [Abstract] [PDF]  

ER Jupe, XT Liu, JL Kiehlbauch, JK McClung, and RT Dell'Orco
Prohibitin in breast cancer cell lines: loss of antiproliferative activity is linked to 3' untranslated region mutations
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 871-878. [Abstract] [PDF]  

J Adachi, K Ookawa, M Shiseki, T Okazaki, S Tsuchida, K Morishita, and J Yokota
Induction of apoptosis but not G1 arrest by expression of the wild-type p53 gene in small cell lung carcinoma
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 879-886. [Abstract] [PDF]  

Y Shibata, S Nishimura, A Okuyama, and T Nakamura
p53-independent induction of apoptosis by cyclin-dependent kinase inhibition
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 887-891. [Abstract] [PDF]  

RS Alpan and AB Pardee
p21WAF1/CIP1/SDI1 is elevated through a p53-independent pathway by mimosine
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 893-901. [Abstract] [PDF]  

JH Trembley, JO Ebbert, BT Kren, and CJ Steer
Differential regulation of cyclin B1 RNA and protein expression during hepatocyte growth in vivo
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 903-916. [Abstract] [PDF]  

PN Cockerill, CS Osborne, AG Bert, and RJ Grotto
Regulation of GM-CSF gene transcription by core-binding factor
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 917-922. [Abstract] [PDF]  

MK Ganapathi, AK Weizer, S Borsellino, RM Bukowski, R Ganapathi, T Rice, G Casey, and K Kawamura
Resistance to interleukin 6 in human non-small cell lung carcinoma cell lines: role of receptor components
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 923-929. [Abstract] [PDF]  

J Haigh, J McVeigh, and P Greer
The fps/fes tyrosine kinase is expressed in myeloid, vascular endothelial, epithelial, and neuronal cells and is localized in the trans-golgi network
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 931-944. [Abstract] [PDF]  

GB Silberstein, K Van Horn, G Shyamala, and CW Daniel
Progesterone receptors in the mouse mammary duct: distribution and developmental regulation
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 945-952. [Abstract] [PDF]  

TJ McGarrity, LP Peiffer, EB Neely, RG Palavarapu, WA Koltun, P Parker, and MK Howett
Localization of protein kinase C alpha isoform expression in the human gastrointestinal tract
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 953-959. [Abstract] [PDF]  

MA Rosenthal, MA Thompson, S Ellis, RH Whitehead, and RG Ramsay
Colonic expression of c-myb is initiated in utero and continues throughout adult life
Cell Growth Differ 1996 7: 961-967. [Abstract] [PDF]  

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