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Endocrinology Suggested Readings-Site 6

Growth Factors

  1. Ralph A. Bradshaw and Hugh D. Niall 1978 Insulin-related growth factors. TIBS 3(12):274-278.
  2. Russell F. Doolittle and MW Hunkapiller 1983 Simian sarcoma virus onc gene, v-sis, is derived from the gene (or genes) encoding a platelet-derived growth factor. Science 221:275-277.
  3. Uta Francke and BD Martinville 1983 The human gene for the B subunit of nerve growth factor is located on the proximal short arm of chromosome 1. Science 222:1248-1251.
  4. Silvio Varon and Stephen D. Skaper 1983 The Na+, K+ pump may mediate the control of nerve cells by nerve growth factor. TIBS 8:22-25.
  5. Brent H., Cochran JZ, Inder M Verma 1984 Expression of the c-fos gene and of a fos-related gene is stimulated by platelet-derived growth factor. Science 226:1080-1082.
  6. Alex Elbrecht CB Lazier 1984 Transforming potential of human c-sis nucleotide sequences encoding platelet-derived growth factor. Science 225:636-641.
  7. Mark Hannink and Daniel J. Donoghue 1984 Requirement for a signal sequence in biological expression of the v-sis oncogene. Science 226:1197-1199.
  8. George E. Mark and Ulf R. Rapp 1984 Primary structure of v-raf: Relatedness to the src family of oncogenes. Science 224:285-289.
  9. Hans Marquardt and MW Hunkapiller 1984 Rat transforming growth factor type 1: Structure and relation to epidermal growth factor. Science 223:1079-1082.
  10. Jean L. Marx 1984 What do oncogenes do? Science 223:673-676.
  11. J. Michael Bishop 1985 Viral oncogenes. Cell 42:23-38.
  12. Carlo M. Croce and George Klein 1985 Chromosome translocations and human cancer. Scientifc American 252(3):54-60.
  13. Tom Curran and James I. Morgan 1985 Superinduction of c-fos by nerve growth factor in the presence of peripherally active benzodiazepines. Science 229:1265-1268.
  14. Tony Hunter 1985 Oncogenes and growth control. TIBS 10:275-280.
  15. Fernardo Leal and LT Williams 1985 Evidence that the v-sis gene product transforms by interaction with the receptor for platelet-derived growth factor. Science 230:327-332.
  16. Michael A. Lochrie and JB Hurley 1985 Sequence of the alpha subunit of photoreceptor G protein: Homologies between transducin, ras, and elongation factors. Science 228:96-99.
  17. William C. Mobley and JL Rutkowski 1985 Choline acetyltransferase activity in striatum of neonatal rats increased by nerve growth factor. Science 229:284-287.
  18. A. F. Purchio and L E Gentry 1985 Site-specific increased phosphorylation of pp60v-src after treatment of RSV-transformed cells with a tumor promoter. Science 229:1393-1395.
  19. Carl W. Rettenmier and JH Chen 1985 The product of the c-fms proto-oncogene: A glycoprotein with associated tyrosine kinase activity. Science 228:320-322.
  20. Alan L. Schechter and Lalitha Vaidyanathan 1985 The neu gene: An erbB-homologous gene distinct from and unlinked to the gene encoding the EGF receptor. Science 229:976-978.
  21. Hans Thoenen and David Edgar 1985 Neurotrophic factors. Science 229:238-242.
  22. Moses V. Chao and MA Bothwell 1986 Gene transfer and molecular cloning of the human NGF receptor. Science 232:518-521.
  23. Giulia Colletta and AM Cirafici 1986 Induction of the c-fos oncogene by thyrotropic hormone in rat thyroid cells in culture. Science 233:458-460.
  24. Jonathan A. Cooper and KL Gould 1986 Tyr527 is phosyphorylated in pp60c-src : Implications for regulation. Science 231:1431-1434.
  25. Richard O. Hynes 1986 Fibronectins. Scientifc American 254(6):42-51.
  26. Rolf Müller 1986 Proto-oncogenes and differentiation. TIBS 11:129-132.
  27. Enrique Rozengurt 1986 Early signals in the mitogenic response. Science 234:161-165, 234.
  28. Kenneth A. Thomas and Guillermo Gimenez-Gallego 1986 Fibroblast growth factors: Broad spectrum mitogens with potent angiogenic activity. TIBS 11:81-84.
  29. Osamu Tsutsumi HK and Takami Oka 1986 A physiological role of epidermal growth factor in male reproductive function. Science 233:975-977.
  30. Maureen Walter and SG Clark 1986 The oncogenic activation of human p21ras by a novel mechanism. Science 233:649-652.
  31. Jeffrey S. Flier and MM Mueckler 1987 Elevated levels of glucose transport and transporter messenger RNA are induced by ras or src oncogenes. Science 235:1492-1495.
  32. Judah Folkman and Michael Klagsbrun 1987 Angiogenic factors. Science 235:442-447.
  33. Heimo Riedel JS and Axel Ullrich 1987 A chimeric, ligand-binding v-erbB/EGF receptor retains transforming potential. Science 236:197-200.
  34. Elmar W. Weiler and Joachim Schröder 1987 Hormone genes and crown gall disease. TIBS 12:271-275.
  35. Jayne A. Franklyn and Michael C. Sheppard 1989 Thyroid and steroid hormone regulation of proto-oncogene expression. TEM 1:35-39.
  36. Michele Carbone and Arthur S. Levine 1990 Oncogenes, antioncongenes, and the regulation of cell growth. TEM 1:248-253.
  37. Derek LeRoith and Haim Werner 1991 Insulinlike growth factors their receptors as growth regulators in normal physiology and pathological states. TEM 2(4):134-139.
  38. Andrew W. Murray and Marc W. Kirschner 1991 What controls the cell cycle. Scientific American 264(3):56-63.
  39. Moussa Alkhalaf and Leigh C. Murphy 1992 Regulation of c-jun and jun-B by progestins in T-47D human breast cancer cells. Molecular Endocrinology 6(10):1625-1633.
  40. Daniel J. Lew and Steven I. Reed 1992 A proliferation of cyclins. Trends in Cell Biology 2:77-81.
  41. Michael Roberge 1992 Checkpoint controls that couple mitosis to completion of DNA replication. Trends in Cell Biology 2:277-281.
  42. Peter J. Bryant 1993 Towards the cellular functions of tumour suppressors. Trends in Cell Biology 3(2):31-49.
  43. Richard A. Kerr 1994 New link found between p53 and DNA repair. Science 266:1321-1322.
  44. Webster K. Cavenee and Raymond L. White 1995 The genetic basis of cancer. Scientific American 272(3):72-79.

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