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1999A cell type-specific constitutive point mutant of the common β-subunit of the human granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor (GM-CSF), interleukin (IL)-3, and IL-5 receptors requires the GM-CSF receptor α-subunit for activationJenkins, B.; Le, F.; Gonda, T.
1998The c-Myb oncoproteinGonda, T.
1999Stat6 activation is essential for interleukin-4 induction of P-selectin transcription in juman umbilical vein endothelial cellsKhew-Goodall, Y.; Wadham, C.; Stein, B.; Gamble, J.; Vadas, M.
1998Conversion of procaspase-3 to an autoactivating caspase by fusion to the caspase-2 predomainColussi, P.; Harvey, N.; Shearwin-Whyatt, L.; Kumar, S.
1996A powerful new technique for isolating genes encoding cell surface antigens using retroviral expression cloningZannettino, A.; Rayner, J.; Ashman, L.; Gonda, T.; Simmons, P.
1995Activating point mutations in the common beta subunit of the human GM-CSF, IL-3 and IL-5 receptors suggest the involvement of beta subunit dimerization and cell type-specific molecules in signallingJenkins, B.; D'Andrea, R.; Gonda, T.
1999An unusual cause of arrhythmic syncope: the Brugada syndromeSanders, P.; Farouque, O.; Cehic, D.; Young, D.
1996Localization of temporal lobe epileptic foci with iodine-123 iododexetimide cholinergic neuroreceptor single-photon emission computed tomographyBoundy, K.; Rowe, C.; Black, A.; Kitchener, M.; Barnden, L.; Sebben, R.; Kneebone, A.; Kassiou, M.; Katsifis, A.; Lambrecht, R.
1996Expression of the androgen receptor and an androgen-responsive protein, apolipoprotein D, in human breast cancerHall, R.; Aspinall, J.; Horsfall, D.; Birrell, S.; Bentel, J.; Sutherland, R.; Tilley, W.
1997Induction of caspase-3 protease activity and apoptosis by butyrate and trichostatin a (inhibitors of histone deacetylase): dependence on protein synthesis and synergy with a mitochondrial/cytochrome c-dependent pathway.Medina, V.; Edmonds, B.; Young, G.; James, R.; Appleton, S.; Zalewski, P.