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Publication Listing for the MeSH term epidermal growth-factor. Found 8 abstracts

Antonyak MA, Kenyon LC, Godwin AK, James DC, Emlet DR, Okamoto I, Tnani M, Holgado-Madruga M, Moscatello DK, Wong AJ. Elevated JNK activation contributes to the pathogenesis of human brain tumors. Oncogene. 2002 Aug;21(33):5038-46.
Chernoff J. Protein tyrosine phosphatases as negative regulators of mitogenic signaling. Journal of cellular physiology. 1999 Aug;180(2):173-81.
Auersperg N, Edelson MI, Mok SC, Johnson SW, Hamilton TC. The biology of ovarian cancer. Seminars in Oncology. 1998 Jun;25(3):281-304.
Rosvold E. Genetic and molecular events in the pathogenesis of lung cancer. Current Problems in Cancer. 1996 Jul;20(4):247-65.
Calaf G, Tahin Q, Alvarado ME, Estrada S, Cox T, Russo J. Hormone Receptors and Cathepsin-D Levels in Human Breast Epithelial-Cells Transformed by Chemical Carcinogens and C-Ha- Ras Transfection. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment. 1994 Jan;29(2):169-77.
Bookman MA. Biologic Therapy in the Management of Refractory Ovarian-Cancer. Gynecologic Oncology. 1993 Oct;51(1):113-26.
Godwin AK, Testa JR, Hamilton TC. The Biology of Ovarian-Cancer Development. Cancer. 1993 Jan 15;71(2):530-6.
Godwin AK, Testa JR, Handel LM, Liu Z, Vanderveer LA, Tracey PA, Hamilton TC. Spontaneous Transformation of Rat Ovarian Surface Epithelial- Cells - Association with Cytogenetic Changes and Implications of Repeated Ovulation in the Etiology of Ovarian-Cancer. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 1992 Apr 15;84(8):592-601.
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MeSH cloud from publications including the MeSH term epidermal growth-factor

epidermal growth-factor lines glutathione-s-transferase surface epithelial-cells tumors expression alpha-interferon estrogen factor receptor expression EGF receptor factor-alpha debrisoquine metabolic phenotype factor activated amplification constitutive activation transformation cancer-cells cycle integrin-mediated adhesion in- vivo recombinant gamma-interferon carcinoma protein-kinase l-phenylalanine glioblastoma multiforme tumor suppressor suppresses growth single-chain fv retinoblastoma activation signaling pathway carcinogen-treated human breast epithelial cell lines brain tumor potential clinical-significance mustard phase-i trial insulin-receptor neuron-specific enolase dna topoisomerase-ii c-jun progesterone ovarian cancer ras oncogene multidrug resistance gene tumor-suppressor epidermal dual-specificity phosphatase binding squamous-cell carcinoma european case-control melphalan cyto-toxicity map kinase estrogen and progesterone receptors oncogene MAP kinase saccharomyces-cerevisiae human lymphocytes-t genes surface epithelium tumor- intact-cells colony-stimulating factor induction tissue polypeptide antigen monoclonal-antibody hmfg2 lung-carcinoma cells suppressor gene cytogenetics malignant transformation receptor expression ha-ras induced transformation factor receptor chromosome-5 apoptosis neu oncogene tumor-necrosis-factor killer-cells length-polymorphism resistance-associated protein gene beta incessant ovulation n-terminal kinase bronchoalveolar lavage fluid pooled analysis cathepsin d growth factor receptor JNK fragment-
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