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1998Fragile sites still breaking [Review]Sutherland, G.; Baker, E.; Richards, R.
1995Fragile X syndrome and other dynamic mutation diseasesSutherland, G.; Richards, R.
1996bcl-w, a novel member of the bcl-2 family, promotes cell survivalGibson, L.; Holmgreen, S.; Huang, D.; Bernand, O.; Copeland, N.; Jenkins, N.; Sutherland, G.; Baker, E.; Adams, J.; Cory, S.
1999Gamma-Heregulin: a fusion gene of DOC-4 and neuregulin-1 derived from a chromosome translocationLiu, X.; Baker, E.; Eyre, H.; Sutherland, G.; Zhou, M.
1997A Novel Epithelial-Expressed ETS Gene, ELF3 - Human and Murine cDNA Sequences, Murine Genomic Organization, Human Mapping to 1q32.2 and Expression in Tissues and CancerTymms, M.; Ng, A.; Thomas, R.; Schutte, B.; Zhou, J.; Eyre, H.; Sutherland, G.; Seth, A.; Rosenberg, M.; Papas, T.; Debouck, C.; Kola, I.
1998Identification of a human HECT family protein with homology to the Drosophila tumor suppressor gene hyperplastic discsCallaghan, M.; Russell, A.; Woollatt, E.; Sutherland, G.; Sutherland, R.; Watts, C.
1995Bovine latent transforming growth factor β1-binding protein 2: molecular cloning, identification of tissue isoforms, and immunolocalization to elastin-associated microfibrilsGibson, M.; Hatzinikolas, G.; Davis, E.; Baker, E.; Sutherland, G.; Mecham, R.
1998Molecular characterization, pharmacological properties and chromosomal localization of the human GALR2 galanin receptorFathi, Z.; Battaglino, P.; Iben, L.; Li, H.; Baker, E.; Zhang, D.; McGovern, R.; Mahle, C.; Sutherland, G.; Iismaa, T.; Dickinson, K.; Antal Zimanyi, I.
1998FRA10B structure reveals common elements in repeat expansion and chromosomal fragile site genesisHewett, D.; Handt, O.; Hobson, L.; Mangelsdorf, M.; Eyre, H.; Baker, E.; Sutherland, G.; Schuffenhauer, S.; Mao, J.; Richards, R.
1999Cutting edge: Human 2B4, an activating NK cell receptor, recruits the protein tyrosine phosphatase SHP-2 and the adaptor signaling protein SAPTangye, S.; Lazetic, S.; Woollatt, E.; Sutherland, G.; Lanier, L.; Phillips, J.