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Oncogene - Table of Contents alert Volume 28 Issue 44


November 2009 Volume 28 Number 44, pp 3857 - 3948


Collection on Hypoxia and metabolism
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Throughout 2008, Nature Reviews Cancer published a series of
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p53 responsive elements in human retrotransposons
C R Harris, A DeWan, A Zupnick, R Normart, A Gabriel, C Prives, A J Levine and J Hoh

Bone morphogenic protein 6: a member of a novel class of prognostic factors expressed by normal and malignant plasma cells inhibiting proliferation and angiogenesis
A Seckinger, T Meiszner, J Moreaux, H Goldschmidt, G M Fuhler, A Benner, M Hundemer, T Reme, J D Shaughnessy, B Barlogie, U Bertsch, J Hillengass, A D Ho, V Pantesco, A Jauch, J De Vos, J F Rossi, T Mohler, B Klein and D Hose

Anticancer DNA intercalators cause p53-dependent mitochondrial DNA nucleoid re-modelling
N Ashley and J Poulton

Macrophage-derived IL-1[beta] stimulates Wnt signaling and growth of colon cancer cells: a crosstalk interrupted by vitamin D3
P Kaler, L Augenlicht and L Klampfer

The EBV-encoded latent membrane proteins, LMP2A and LMP2B, limit the actions of interferon by targeting interferon receptors for degradation
K M Shah, S E Stewart, W Wei, C B J Woodman, J D O'Neil, C W Dawson and L S Young

The prolyl cis/trans isomerase cyclophilin 18 interacts with the tumor suppressor p53 and modifies its functions in cell cycle regulation and apoptosis
N Baum, C Schiene-Fischer, M Frost, M Schumann, K Sabapathy, O Ohlenschlager, F Grosse and B Schlott

Protein lysate microarray analysis to identify microRNAs regulating estrogen receptor signaling in breast cancer cell lines
S-K Leivonen, R Makela, P Ostling, P Kohonen, S Haapa-Paananen, K Kleivi, E Enerly, A Aakula, K Hellstrom, N Sahlberg, V N Kristensen, A-L Borresen-Dale, P Saviranta, M Perala and O Kallioniemi

Downregulation of miR-193b contributes to enhance urokinase-type plasminogen activator (uPA) expression and tumor progression and invasion in human breast cancer
X-F Li, P-J Yan and Z-M Shao


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