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JB6 Mouse Model

JB6 References 1984
  1. Srinivas L & Colburn NH. Preferential oxidation of cell surface sialic acid by periodate leads to promotion of transformation in JB6 cells. Carcinogenesis 5: 515-519, 1984.  Abstract 
  2. Srinivas L & Colburn NH. Reduced trisialoganglioside synthesis in chemically but not mos-transformed mouse epidermal cells. Cancer Res. 44: 1510-1514, 1984.  Abstract 
  3. Colburn NH, Lerman MI, Srinivas L, Nakamura Y, Hegamyer GA, & Gindhart TD. Membrane and genetic events in tumor promotion. Studies with promoter resistant variants of JB6 cells. In Fujiki H (Ed). Cellular Interactions by Environmental Tumor Promoters, Tokyo, Japan Sci Soc Press, 1984, pp 155-166.
  4. Colburn NH, Lerman MI, Srinivas L, Nakamura Y, Hegamyer GA, & Gindhart TD. Genetic determinants of tumor promotion. Studies with promoter resistant variants of JB6 cells. In Bishop M, Graves M, & Rowley T (Eds). Genes and Cancer, Vol. 17, NY, Alan R Liss, 1984, pp 137-155.
  5. Colburn NH, Srinivas L, Hegamyer GA, Dion LD, & Wendel EJ. Role of specific membrane and genetic changes in the mechanism of tumor promotion. Studies with promoter-resistant variants. In Borsonyi M (Ed). The Role of CoCarcinogens and Promoters in Human and Experimental Carcinogenesis. Lyon, France, IARC Publication, 1984, pp 205-215.
  6. Feuerstein N, Sahai A, & Anderson WB, Salomon D, Cooper HL. Differential phosphorylation events associated with phorbol ester effects on acceleration versus inhibition of cell growth. Cancer Res 44: 5227-5233, 1984.  Abstract 
  7. Fleischmann WR Jr, Newton RC, Fleischmann CM, Colburn NH, & Brysk MM. Discrimination between nonmalignant and malignant cells by combinations of IFN- plus IFN-. J Bio Response Mod 3: 397-405, 1984.  Abstract 
  8. Gindhart TD, Stevens L, & Copley MP. Transformation and tumor promoter sensitive phosphoproteins in JB6 mouse epidermal cells. One is also sensitive to heat stress. Carcinogenesis 5: 1115-1121, 1984.  Abstract