Journal of Biological Chemistry

Index Medicus: J Biol Chem # of Articles: 74

Articles

Breast cancer: Cyr61 is over-expressed, estrogen inducible and associated with more advanced disease
  Xie D, Miller CW, O'Kelley J, Nakachi K, Sakashita A, Said JW, Gornbein J, Koeffler HP
  Yr:2001 Vol:276 Nbr:17 Pgs: 14187-94
  Associated Grant: Identification of Novel Secreted Proteins of Breast Cancer
     
Substrate hydrolysis by matrix metalloproteinase-9
  Kridel SJ, Chen E, Kotra LP, Howard EW, Mobashery S, and Smith JW
  Yr:2001 Vol:276 Nbr:23 Pgs: 20572-20578
  Associated Grant: Protease Fingerprinting to Diagnose Breast Cancer
     
A unique substrate recognition profile for matrix metalloproteinase-2.
  Chen EI, Kridel SJ, Howard EW, Li W, Godzik A, Smith JW.
  Yr:2002 Vol:277 Nbr:6 Pgs: 4485-91
  Associated Grant: Protease Fingerprinting to Diagnose Breast Cancer
     
Biochemical characterization of the human arsenite-stimulated ATPase (hASNA-1)
  Kurdi-Haidar B, Heath D, Aebi S, and Howell SB
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr:35 Pgs: 22173-22176
  Associated Grant: Molecular control of breast exposure to selenium
     
An additional region of coactivator GRIP1 required for interaction with the hormone-binding domains of a subset of nuclear receptors
  Hong H, Darimont BD, Ma H, Yang L, Yamamoto KR, Stallcup MR
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:6 Pgs: 3496-502
  Associated Grant: NCCC Breast Cancer Research Training Program
     
Hormone-independent transcriptional activation and coactivator binding by novel orphan nuclear receptor ERR3
  Hong H, Yang L, Stallcup MR
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:32 Pgs: 22618-26
  Associated Grant: NCCC Breast Cancer Research Training Program
     
Mutational analysis of the nucleotide binding site of the epidermal growth factor receptor and v-src protein tyrosine kinase
  Chan CL and Gill GN
  Yr:1996 Vol:271 Nbr:37 Pgs: 22619-11623
  Associated Grant: EGFR Structure for Drug Design Targeted to Breast Cancer
     
The suppressor of cytokine signaling (SOCS) 1 and SOCS3 but not SOCS2 proteins inhibit interferon-mediated antiviral and antiproliferative activities
  Song, M.M., Shuai, K
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr: Pgs: 35056-62
  Associated Grant: Growth Inhibition of Breast Cancer Cells by Interferons
     
Proteolytic cleavage of the beta-1 subunit of platelet alpha-2beta-1 integrin by the metalloproteinase jararhagin compromises collagen-stimulated phosphorylation of pp72-syk
  Kamiguti AS, Markland FS, Zhou Q, Laing GD, Theakston RDG, Zuzel M
  Yr:1997 Vol:272 Nbr: Pgs: 32599-32605
  Associated Grant: Breast Cancer Progression and the Extracellular Matrix
     
Cationic liposomes coated with polyethylene glycol as carriers for oligonucleotides
  Meyer O, Kirpotin D, Hong K, Sternberg B, Park JW,Woodle MC, and Papahadjopoulos D
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr:25 Pgs: 15621-15627
  Associated Grant: Targeted gene therapy using anti-pl85HER2 immunoliposomes
     
Systematic gene delivery expands the repertoire of effective anti-angiogenic agents.
  Liu Y, Thor AD , Shtivelman E, Cao Y, Tu G, Heath TD, and Debs RJ
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:19 Pgs: 13338-13344
  Associated Grant: Gene Therapy for Breast Cancer
     
The JUN kinase/stress-activated protein kinase pathway is required for epidermal growth factor stimulation of growth of human A549 lung carcinoma cells
  Bost F, McKay R, Dean N, and Mercola D
  Yr:1997 Vol:272 Nbr:52 Pgs: 33422-33429
  Associated Grant: Enhancing breast cancer sensitivity to chemotherapy
     
The transcription factor EGR-1 supresses transformation of human fibrosarcoma HT1080 cells by coordinated induction of transforming growth factor-beta1, fibronectin, and plasminogen inhibitor-1
  Liu C, Yao J, deBelle I, Huang RP, Adamson E, and Mercola D
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:7 Pgs: 4400-4011
  Associated Grant: Enhancing breast cancer sensitivity to chemotherapy
     
Indole-3-carbinol inhibits CDK6 expression in human MCF-7 breast cancer cells by disrupting Sp1 transcription factor interactions with a composite element in the CDK6 gene promoter.
  Cram EJ, Liu BD, Bjeldanes LF, Firestone GL.
  Yr:2001 Vol:276 Nbr:25 Pgs: 22332-40
  Associated Grant: Indole Derivatives as Novel Breast Cancer Therapeutics
     
Endoplasmic Reticulum Chaperone Protein GRP78 Protects Cells from Apoptosis Induced by Topoisomerase Inhibitors: ROLE OF ATP BINDING SITE IN SUPPRESSION OF CASPASE-7 ACTIVATION
  Reddy RK, Mao C, Baumeister P, Austin RC, Kaufman RJ, Lee AS
  Yr:2003 Vol:278 Nbr:23 Pgs: 20915-24
  Associated Grant: Stress Protein and Drug Resistance in Human Breast Cancer
     
An inducible pathway for degradation of FLIP protein sensitizes tumor cells to TRAIL-induced apoptosis.
  Kim Y, Suh N, Sporn M, Reed JC.
  Yr:2002 Vol:277 Nbr:25 Pgs: 22320-9
  Associated Grant: PPAR Modulators as Apoptosis Sensitizers for Breast Cancer
     
Indole-3-Carbionl (I3C) Inhibits Cyclin Dependent Kinase-2 Function in Human Breast Cancer Cells by Regulating the Size Distribution, Associated Cyclin E Forms and Subcellular Localization of the CDK2 Protein Complex
  Garcia H.H., Brar G.A., Nguyen D.H.H., Bjeldanes, L.F., and Firestone G.L.
  Yr:2005 Vol:280 Nbr: Pgs: 8756-64
  Associated Grant: Novel I3C Regulated Cell Cycle Factor in Breast Cancer Cells
     
Basolateral membrane-associated 27-kDa heat shock protein and microfilament polymerization
  Piotrowicz RS, Levin EG
  Yr:1997 Vol:272 Nbr:41 Pgs: 25920-7
  Associated Grant: HSP27 Regulation of Breast Tumor Blood Vessel Growth
     
The 27-kDa heat shock protein facilitates basic fibroblast growth factor release from endothelial cells.
  Piotrowicz RS, Martin JL, Dillman WH, Levin EG.
  Yr:1997 Vol:272 Nbr:11 Pgs: 7042-7
  Associated Grant: HSP27 Regulation of Breast Tumor Blood Vessel Growth
     
Genomic structure of the promoters of the human estrogen receptor-alpha gene demonstrate changes in chromatin structure induced by AP2gamma.
  Schuur ER, McPherson LA, Yang GP, Weigel RJ
  Yr:2001 Vol:276 Nbr:18 Pgs: 15519-26
  Associated Grant: Estrogen Receptor Regulation in Breast Cancer
     
Rho family GTPases regulate p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase through the downstream mediator Pak1
  Zhang S, Han J, Sells MA, Chernoff J, Knaus U, et al
  Yr:1995 Vol:270 Nbr:41 Pgs: 23934-23936
  Associated Grant: Regulatory Mechanisms for Growth & Motility in Breast Cancer
     
Pyrrolidine dithiocarbamate prevents P53 activation and promotes p53 cysteine residue oxidation
  Wu H-H, and Momand J
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr:30 Pgs: 18898-18905
  Associated Grant: Loss of p53 Tumor Suppressor Function in Breast Cancer
     
Characterization of RAC3, a novel member of the Rho family
  Haataja L, Groffen J and Heisterkamp N
  Yr:1997 Vol:272 Nbr:33 Pgs: 20384-20388
  Associated Grant: Two candidate breast cancer genes on chromosome
     
Cytoprotection by Bcl-2 requires the pore-forming alpha5 and alpha6 helices
  Matsuyama S, Schendel SL, Xie Z, and Reed JC
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr:47 Pgs: 30995-31001
  Associated Grant: Bax gene expression in breast cancer
     
Identification of a promoter that controls aromatase expression in human breast cancer and adipose stromal cells
  Zhou D, Clarke P, Wang J, Chen S
  Yr:1996 Vol:271 Nbr:25 Pgs: 15191-15202
  Associated Grant: Control of Estrogen Production in Breast Cancer
     
Poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase and Ku autoantigen form a complex and synergistically bind to matrix attachment sequences
  Galande S and Kohwi-Shigematsu T
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:29 Pgs: 20521-20528
  Associated Grant: The Role of MAR-Binding Protein in Breast Cancer
     
Enhancement of Estrogen Receptor Transcriptional Activity by the coactivator GRIP1 highlinghts the role of activation function 2 in determining estrogen receptor pharmacology
  Norris JD, Fan D, Stallcup MR, and McDonnell DP
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr: 12 Pgs: 6679-88
  Associated Grant: Estrogen receptor-interacting proteins in breast cancer
     
Hormone independent transactional activation and coactivator binding by novel orphan nuclear receptor ERR3
  Hong H., Yang L., Stallcup MR
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr: Pgs: 22618-26
  Associated Grant: Estrogen receptor-interacting proteins in breast cancer
     
Agents that reverse multidrug resistance, tamoxifen, verapamil, and cyclosporin A, block glycosphingolipid metabolism by inhibiting ceramide glycoslation in human cancer cells
  Lavie Y, Cao HT, Volner A, et al
  Yr:1997 Vol:272 Nbr:3 Pgs: 1682-1687
  Associated Grant: Nongenomic actions of antiestrogens
     
Granzyme release and caspase activation in human T-lymphocyts
  Zapata JM, Takahashi R, Salvesen GS, and Reed JC
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr: 12 Pgs: 6916-6920
  Associated Grant: Immune responses to breast cancers: function of TRAF protein
     
A GTPase-independent Mechanism of p21-activated kinase activation: Regulation by sphingosine and other biologically active lipids
  Bokoch GM, Reilly AM, Daniels RH, King CC, OliveraA, Spiegel S, and Knaus UG
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr:14 Pgs: 8137-8144
  Associated Grant: Abnormal Regulation in Breast Cancer Development/Metastasis
     
Poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase and Ku autoantigen form a complex and synergistically bind to matrix attachment sequences
  Galande S and Kohwi-Shigematsu T
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:29 Pgs: 20521-20528
  Associated Grant: Breast Carcinoma Associated MAR-binding Proteins p90 and p70
     
Granzyme release and caspase activation in activated human T-Lymphocytes
  Zapata JM, Takahashi R, Salvesen GS, and Reed JC
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr:12 Pgs: 6916-6920
  Associated Grant: TRAF-regulated Signal Transduction in Breast Cancer
     
Differential requirements for tumor necrosis factor receptor-associated factor family proteins in CD40-mediated induction of NF-kappaB and Jun N-terminal kinase activation
  Leo E, Welsch K, Matsuzawa S, Zapata JM, Mitchell RS, Ely KR, and Reed JC
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:32 Pgs: 22414-22412
  Associated Grant: TRAF-regulated Signal Transduction in Breast Cancer
     
Four human ras homologs differ in their abilities to activate Raf-1, induce transformation, and stimulate cell motility
  Voice JK, Klemke RL, Le A, Jackson JH
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr: Pgs: 17164-17170
  Associated Grant: Analysis of Rac Mutations in Breast Cancer
     
Molecular cloning and characterization of a zinc finger protein involved in Id-1-stimulated mammary epithelial cell growth.
  Singh J, Itahana Y, Parrinello S, Murata K, Desprez PY.
  Yr:2001 Vol:276 Nbr:13 Pgs: 11852-11858
  Associated Grant: Novel Breast Cancer Epithelial Cell Metalloproteinase
     
p53 suppresses the c-Myb-induced activation of heat shock transcription factor 3
  Tanikawa J, Ichikawa-Iwata E, Kanei-Ishii C, Nakai A, Matsuzawa S, et al.
  Yr:2000 Vol:275 Nbr:20 Pgs: 15578-15585
  Associated Grant: Siah-family Genes: Effectors of p53 in Breast Cancer
     
The Drosophila tumor necrosis factor receptor-associated factor -1 (DTRAF1) interacts with pelle and regulates NF-kB activity
  Zapata J, Matsuzawa S, et al.
  Yr:2000 Vol:275 Nbr:16 Pgs: 12102-12107
  Associated Grant: Siah-family Genes: Effectors of p53 in Breast Cancer
     
Differential requirements for tumor necrosis factor receptor-associated factor family proteins in CD40-mediated induction of NF-kB and JunN-terminal kinase activation.
  Leo E, Welsh K, Matsuzawa S, et al.
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:32 Pgs: 22414-22422
  Associated Grant: Siah-family Genes: Effectors of p53 in Breast Cancer
     
PG490 (Triplotide) cooperates with tumor necrosis factor-alpha to induce apoptosis in tumor cells
  Lee KY, Chang W-T, Qiu D, Kao PN, and Rosen GD
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:19 Pgs: 13451-13455
  Associated Grant: A Novel Drug Induces Apoptosis in Breast Cancer Cells
     
Triptolide and chemotherapy cooperate in tumor cell apoptosis. A role for the p53 pathway
  Chang WT, Kang JJ, Lee KY, Wei K, Anderson E, Gotmare S, Ross JA, Rosen GD
  Yr:2000 Vol:276 Nbr:3 Pgs: 2221-7
  Associated Grant: A Novel Drug Induces Apoptosis in Breast Cancer Cells
     
p53 Suppressed the c-Myb-induced Activation of heat Shock Transcription Factor 3
  Tanikawa J, Ichikawa-Iwata E, et al.
  Yr:2000 Vol:275 Nbr:20 Pgs: 15578-15585
  Associated Grant: Role of Gamma-catenin in a Breast Cancer Mouse Model
     
RAD51C interacts with RAD51B and is central to a larger protein complex in vivo exclusive of RAD51
  Miller KA, Yoshikawa DM, McConnell IR, Clark R, Schild D, Albala JS
  Yr:2002 Vol:277 Nbr:10 Pgs: 8406-8411
  Associated Grant: A Role for RAD51B in Breast Cancer
     
Matrix-dependent Proteolysis of Surface Transglutaminase by Membreane-type Metalloproteinase Regulates Cancer Cell Adhesion and Locomotion
  Belkin AM, Ajimov SS, Zaritskaya LS, Ratnikov BI, Deryugina EI, and Strongin AY
  Yr:2001 Vol:276 Nbr: Pgs: 18415-18422
  Associated Grant: Spatial Control of Matrix Proteolysis in Breast Cancer
     
Mutation Analysis of Membreane Type-1 matrix Metalloproteinase (MT-1-MMP)
  Rozanov DV, Deryugina EI, Ratnikov BI, Monsov EZ, Marchenko GN, Quigley JP, Strongin AY
  Yr:2001 Vol:276 Nbr: Pgs: 25705-25714
  Associated Grant: Spatial Control of Matrix Proteolysis in Breast Cancer
     
The small GTPase Rac3 interacts with the integrin-binding protein CIB and promotes integrin alpha(IIb)beta(3)-mediated adhesion and spreading
  Haataja, L., Kaartinen, V., Groffen, J., Heisterkamp, N.
  Yr:2002 Vol:277 Nbr:10 Pgs: 8321-8
  Associated Grant: TGF-B3 and small GTPases in Invasive Breast Cancer
     
Cop, a caspase recruitment domain-containing protein and inhibitor of caspase-1 activation processing
  Lee SH, Stehlik C, Reed JC
  Yr:2001 Vol:276 Nbr:37 Pgs: 34495-500
  Associated Grant: Analysis of a New Human Caspase in Breast Cancer
     
BAG4/SODD protein contains a short BAG domain.
  Briknarova K, Takayama S, Homma S, Baker K, Cabezas E, Hoyt DW, Li Z, Satterthwait AC, Ely
  Yr:2002 Vol:277 Nbr:34 Pgs: 31172-31178
  Associated Grant: Molecular Study of BAG Domains: A New Motif in Breast Cancer
     
The Leucine-rich Repeat Protein LRIG1 Is a Negative Regulator of ErbB Family Receptor Tyrosine Kinases.
  Laederich MB, Funes-Duran M, Yen L, Ingalla E, Wu X, Carraway KL 3rd, Sweeney C.
  Yr:2004 Vol:279 Nbr:45 Pgs: 47050-6
  Associated Grant: Pathway-Specific Gene Expression in Breast Cancer Cells
     
The mucin Muc4 potentiates neuregulin signaling by increasing the cell surface populations of ErbB2 and ErbB3
  Funes M, Miller JK, Lai C, Carraway KL 3rd, Sweeney C.
  Yr:2006 Vol: Nbr:May 11 Pgs:
  Associated Grant: Pathway-Specific Gene Expression in Breast Cancer Cells
     
Complex formation by the human Rad51B and Rad51C DNA repair proteins and their activities in vitro.
  Lio YC, Mazin AV, Kowalczykowski SC, and Chen DJ
  Yr:2003 Vol:278 Nbr: Pgs: 2469-2478
  Associated Grant: The Functions of BRCA2 in Repairing DNA Damage
     
Complex formation by the human Rad51B and Rad51C DNA repair proteins and their activities in vitro
  Lio YC, Mazin AV, Kowalczykowski SC, Chen DJ.
  Yr:2003 Vol:278 Nbr:4 Pgs: 2469-78
  Associated Grant: The Functions of BRCA2 in Repairing DNA Damage
     
Human Rad51C deficiency destabilizes XRCC3, impairs recombination, and radiosensitizes S/G2-phase cells.
  Lio YC, Schild D, Brenneman MA, Redpath JL, Chen DJ.
  Yr:2004 Vol:279 Nbr:40 Pgs: 42313-20
  Associated Grant: The Functions of BRCA2 in Repairing DNA Damage
     
A beta-arrestin-dependent scaffold is associated with prolonged MAPK activation in pseudopodia during protease-activated receptor-2-induced chemotaxis.
  Ge L, Ly Y, Hollenberg MD, DeFea K.
  Yr:2003 Vol: 278 Nbr:36 Pgs: 34418-26
  Associated Grant: Trypsin-like Proteases as Metastatic Agents in Breast Cancer
     
Constitutive protease-activated-receptor-2 mediated migration of MDA MB-231 breast cancer cells requires both beta-arrestin-1 and 2.
  Ge L, Shenoy SK, Lefkowitz RJ, Defea KA.
  Yr:2004 Vol: Nbr: Pgs:
  Associated Grant: Trypsin-like Proteases as Metastatic Agents in Breast Cancer
     
Cloning and characterization of two extracellular heparin-degrading endosulfatases in mice and humans
  Morimoto-Tomita M, Uchimura K, Werb Z, Hemmerich S, Rosen SD
  Yr:2002 Vol:277 Nbr:51 Pgs: 49175-85
  Associated Grant: Novel Enzymes Associated with Breast Cancer Angiogensis
     
Inhibition of fatty acid synthase induces caspase 8-mediated tumor cell apoptosis by Up-regulating DDIT4.
  Knowles LM, Yang C, Osterman A, Smith JW.
  Yr:2008 Vol:Oct. 2008 Nbr: Pgs: ePub
  Associated Grant: Fatty Acid Synthase and Breast Cancer
     
Bloom syndrome cells undergo p53-dependent apoptosis and delayed assembly of BRCA1 and NBS1 repair complexes at stalled replication forks.
  Davalos AR, Campisi J
  Yr:2003 Vol:162 Nbr:7 Pgs: 1197-209
  Associated Grant: Does the BLM Gene Co-regulate BRCA1 in DNA Damage Response?
     
Sequential Autolytic Processing Activates the Zymogen of Arg-Gingipain
  Mikolajczyk J, Boatright KM, Stennicke HR, Nazif T, et al.
  Yr:2002 Vol:278 Nbr: Pgs: 10458-10464
  Associated Grant: Caspase-mediated Apoptosis Mechanisms in Breast Cancer Cells
     
Enhancement of BRCA1 E3 ubiquitin ligase activity through direct interaction with the BARD1 protein
  Xia Y, Pao GM, Chen HW, Verma IM, Hunter T
  Yr:2003 Vol:278 Nbr:7 Pgs: 5255-63
  Associated Grant: BRCA1-dependent Ubiquitin Ligase Activity in Breast Cancer
     
The serine-rich domain from Crk-associated substrate (p130cas) is a four-helix bundle.
  Briknarova K, Nasertorabi F, Havert ML, Eggleston E, Hoyt DW, Li C, Olson AJ, Vuori K, Ely
  Yr:2005 Vol:280 Nbr:23 Pgs: 21908-14
  Associated Grant: A Novel Anti-estrogen Resistance Mechanism in Breast Cancer
     
p130Cas Couples the tyrosine kinase Bmx/Etk with regulation of the actin cytoskeleton and cell migration.
  Yama A. Abassi, Marko Rehn Niklas Ekman Kari Alitalo and Kristiina Vuori
  Yr:2003 Vol:278 Nbr:37 Pgs: 35363-35643
  Associated Grant: Overcoming Tamoxifen-resistance in Breast Cancer
     
SHEP1 function in cell migration is impaired by a single amino acid mutation that disrupts association with the scaffolding protein cas but not with Ras GTPases.
  M Dail, M Kalo, Jaime A. Seddon, Jean-François Côté,Kristiina Vuori, E Pasquale
  Yr:2004 Vol:279 Nbr: Pgs: 41892-41902
  Associated Grant: Overcoming Tamoxifen-resistance in Breast Cancer
     
Identification of genes directly regulated by the oncogene ZNF217 using chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP)-chip assays.
  Krig SR, Jin VX, Bieda MC, O'Geen H, Yaswen P, Green R, Farnham PJ.
  Yr:2007 Vol:282 Nbr:13 Pgs: 9703-9712
  Associated Grant: Apaf-1 is a Transcriptional Target for the ZNF217 Oncogene
     
A conserved proliferating cell nuclear antigen-interacting protein sequence in Chk1 is required for checkpoint function.
  Scorah J, Dong MQ, Yates JR 3rd, Scott M, Gillespie D, McGowan CH
  Yr:2008 Vol:283 Nbr:25 Pgs: 17250-9
  Associated Grant: The Role of Chk1 in Breast Cancer DNA Damage Repair
     
RING finger nuclear factor RNF168 is important for defects in homologous recombination caused by loss of the breast cancer susceptibility factor BRCA1.
  Muñoz MC, Laulier C, Gunn A, Cheng A, Robbiani DF, Nussenzweig A, Stark JM
  Yr:2012 Vol:287 Nbr:48 Pgs: 40618-28
  Associated Grant: Rescuing HR DNA Repair in BRCA1-Mutation Carriers
     
Indole-3-carbinol Inhibits the Expresion of Cycli-dependent Kinase-6 and Induces a G1 Cell Cycle Arrest of Human Breast Cancer Cells Independent of Estrogen Receptor Signaling
  Cover CM, Hsieh SJ, Tran SH, Halladen G, Kim GS, Bjeldanes LF, and Firestone GL
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr:7 Pgs: 3838-3847
  Associated Grant: Dietary Indole Inhibition of Breast Cancer
     
Interaction of BAG-1 with retinoic acid receptor and its inhibition of retinoic acid-induced apoptosis in cancer cells
  Liu R, Takayama S, Zheng Y, Froesch B, Chen GQ, Zhang X, Reed JC, Zhang XK
  Yr:1998 Vol:273 Nbr:27 Pgs: 16985-92
  Associated Grant: Breast Cancer Chemoprevention by Retinoids
     
Identification of a novel class of retinoic acid receptor beta-selective retinoid antagonists and their inhibitory effects on AP-1 activity and retinoic acid-induced apoptosis in human breast cancer cells
  Li Y, Hashimoto Y, Agadir A, Kagechika H, Zhang X
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:22 Pgs: 15360-6
  Associated Grant: Breast Cancer Chemoprevention by Retinoids
     
Differential effect of retinoic acid on growth regulation by phorbol ester in human cancer cell lines
  Agadir A, Chen G, Bost F, Li Y, Mercola D, Zhang X
  Yr:1999 Vol:274 Nbr:42 Pgs: 29779-85
  Associated Grant: Breast Cancer Chemoprevention by Retinoids
     
Sustained nitric oxide production in macrophages requires the L-arginine tranporter, CAT2
  Nicholson, B., Manner, C., Kleeman, J. and MacLeod, C.L.
  Yr:2001 Vol:276 Nbr:19 Pgs: 15881-5
  Associated Grant: Nitric Oxide and Arginine in Normal and Tumorous Breast
     
Lipopolysaccharide-induced apoptosis of macrophages determines the up-regulation of concentrative nucleoside transporters Cnt1 and Cnt2 through tumor necrosis factor-alpha-dependent and -independent mechanisms
  Soler C, Valdes R, Garcia-Manteiga J, Xaus J, Comalada M, Casado FJ, Modolell M, et al.
  Yr:2001 Vol:276 Nbr:32 Pgs: 30043-9
  Associated Grant: Nitric Oxide and Arginine in Normal and Tumorous Breast
     
Reversible manipulation of telomerase expression and telomere length. Implications for the ionizing radiation response and replicative senescence of human cells
  Rubio MA, Kim SH, Campisi J
  Yr:2002 Vol:277 Nbr:32 Pgs: 28609-17
  Associated Grant: Telomere Dynamics during Breast Development
     
Conserved N-terminal motifs of telomerase reverse transcriptase required for ribonucleoprotein assembly.
  Bosoy D, Peng Y, Mian IS, and Lue NF
  Yr:2003 Vol:278 Nbr: Pgs: 3882-3890
  Associated Grant: Statistical Techniques for Breast Biology & Cancer Research