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JB6 Mouse Model

JB6 References 1988
  1. Cerutti P, Krupitza G, Larsson R, Muehlematter D, Crawford D, Amstad P. Physiological and pathologic effects of oxidants in mouse epidermal cells. Ann NY Acad Sci 551: 75-82, 1988.  Abstract 
  2. Cerutti P. Commentary Response modification creates promotability in multistage carcinogenesis. Carcinogenesis 9: 519-562, 1988.  Abstract 
  3. Colburn NH, Smith BM, Wendel EJ, Nakamura Y, & Winterstein D. Comparison of mouse pro-1 and pro-2 transfectants for responses to tumor promoters and antipromoters. Cancer Res 48: 6076-6080, 1988.  Abstract 
  4. Colburn NH, Smith BM, Wendel EJ, Dowjat WK, & Shimada T. Transfer by progene transfection of tumor promoter-sensitive phenotype to promotion-insensitive JB6 cells. Cancer Res 48: 1195-1200, 1988.  Abstract 
  5. Craig AM, Nemir M, Mukherjee BB, Chambers AF, Denhardt DT. Identification of the major phosphoprotein secreted by many rodent cell lines as 2ar/osteopontin. Enhanced expression in H-ras-transformed 3T3 cells. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 157: 166-173, 1988.  Abstract 
  6. Dion LD, Gindhart TD, & Colburn NH. Four-days duration of tumor promoter exposure required to transform JB6 P+ cells to anchorage independence. Cancer Res. 49: 7126-7131, 1988.  Abstract 
  7. Dowjat KW, Cao Y, Nagashima K, Sakai A, & Colburn NH. Comparison of P+active and inactive pro-1 homologs from human nasopharyngeal carcinoma cells. Mol Carcinog 1: 33-40, 1988.  Abstract 
  8. Garrity RR, Seed JL, Young HA, Winterstein D, & Colburn NH. Evidence that mouse promotion-sensitivity gene pro-1 is transcribed by RNA polymerase III. Gene 68: 63-72, 1988.  Abstract 
  9. Kraft AS, Reeves JA, Ashendel CL. Differing modulation of protein kinase C by bryostatin 1 and phorbol esters in JB6 mouse epidermal cells. J Biol Chem 263: 8437-8442, 1988.  Abstract 
  10. Larsson R & Cerutti P. Oxidants induce phosphorylation of ribosomal protein S6. J Biol Chem 263: 17452-17458, 1988.  Abstract 
  11. Lerman MI & Colburn NH. Pro genes, a novel class of genes that specify sensitivity to induction of neoplastic transformation by tumor promoters. In Langenbach R, Barrett JC, & Elmore E (Eds). Tumor Promoters. Biological Approaches for Mechanistic Studies and Assay Systems, NY, Raven Press, 1988, pp 357-385.
  12. Muehlematter D, Larsson R, & Cerutti P. Active oxygen induced DNA strand breakage and poly ADP-ribosylation in promotable and non-promotable JB6 mouse epidermal cells. Carcinogenesis 9: 239-245, 1988.  Abstract 
  13. Nadler SA & Honigberg BM. Genetic differentiation and biochemical polymorphism among trichomonads. J Parasitol 74: 797-804, 1988.  Abstract 
  14. Nakamura T, Gindhart TD, Winterstein D, Tomita I, Seed JL, & Colburn NH. Early superoxide dismutase-sensitive event promotes neoplastic transformation in mouse epidermal JB6 cells. Carcinogenesis 9: 203-207, 1988.  Abstract 
  15. Smith BM & Colburn NH. Protein kinase C and its substrates in tumor promoter- sensitive and -resistant cells. J Biol Chem 263: 6424-6431, 1988.  Abstract