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1.

Expression of Egr-1 in late stage emphysema.

Zhang W, Yan SD, Zhu A, Zou YS, Williams M, Godman GC, Thomashow BM, Ginsburg ME, Stern DM, Yan SF.

Am J Pathol. 2000 Oct;157(4):1311-20.

2.

Amyloid-beta peptide-receptor for advanced glycation endproduct interaction elicits neuronal expression of macrophage-colony stimulating factor: a proinflammatory pathway in Alzheimer disease.

Du Yan S, Zhu H, Fu J, Yan SF, Roher A, Tourtellotte WW, Rajavashisth T, Chen X, Godman GC, Stern D, Schmidt AM.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1997 May 13;94(10):5296-301.

3.

Non-enzymatically glycated tau in Alzheimer's disease induces neuronal oxidant stress resulting in cytokine gene expression and release of amyloid beta-peptide.

Yan SD, Yan SF, Chen X, Fu J, Chen M, Kuppusamy P, Smith MA, Perry G, Godman GC, Nawroth P, et al.

Nat Med. 1995 Jul;1(7):693-9.

PMID:
7585153
4.

Mutations in the E1a gene of adenovirus type 5 alter the tumorigenic properties of transformed cloned rat embryo fibroblast cells.

Babiss LE, Liaw WS, Zimmer SG, Godman GC, Ginsberg HS, Fisher PB.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1986 Apr;83(7):2167-71.

5.

Phenotypic and karyotypic transitions in the spontaneous transformation of a rat cell line.

Brett JG, Godman GC, Miller DA.

Tissue Cell. 1986;18(1):27-49.

PMID:
3515628
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Cytochalasin D induces increased actin synthesis in HEp-2 cells.

Tannenbaum J, Godman GC.

Mol Cell Biol. 1983 Jan;3(1):132-42.

10.

A selective inhibitor of cell proliferation from normal serum.

Harrington WN, Godman GC.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1980 Jan;77(1):423-7.

11.

Cellular contractility and the visible effects of cytochalasin.

Godman GC, Miranda AF.

Front Biol. 1978;46:277-429. Review. No abstract available.

PMID:
352744
12.

The binding sites of cytochalasin D. II. Their relationship to hexose transport and to cytochalasin B.

Tannenbaum J, Tanenbaum SW, Godman GC.

J Cell Physiol. 1977 May;91(2):239-48.

PMID:
863973
13.

The binding sites of cytochalasin D. I. Evidence that they may be peripheral membrane proteins.

Tannenbaum J, Tanenbaum SW, Godman GC.

J Cell Physiol. 1977 May;91(2):225-37.

PMID:
863972
14.

Subcellular localization of binding sites for cytochalasin D: evidence from activation energies.

Tannenbaum J, Tanenbaum SW, Godman GC.

Biochim Biophys Acta. 1975 Dec 1;413(2):322-7.

PMID:
1191693
15.

Nodular regenerative hyperplasia of the liver.

Knowles DM 2nd, Kaye GI, Godman GC.

Gastroenterology. 1975 Sep;69(3):746-51.

PMID:
1158092
16.

Binding and subcellular localization of tritiated cytochalasin D.

Tannenbaum J, Tanenbaum SW, Lo LW, Godman GC, Miranda AF.

Exp Cell Res. 1975 Mar 1;91(1):47-56. No abstract available.

PMID:
1132419
17.

Action of cytochalasin D on cells of established lines. III. Zeiosis and movements at the cell surface.

Godman GC, Miranda AF, Deitch AD, Tanenbaum SW.

J Cell Biol. 1975 Mar;64(3):644-67.

18.

Action of cytochalasin D on cells of established lines. II. Cortex and microfilaments.

Miranda AF, Godman GC, Tanenbaum SW.

J Cell Biol. 1974 Aug;62(2):406-23.

19.

Action of cytochalasin D on cells of established lines. I. Early events.

Miranda AF, Godman GC, Deitch AD, Tanenbaum SW.

J Cell Biol. 1974 May;61(2):481-500.

20.

Enhancement of viral infectivity by cytochalasin.

Deitch AD, Sawicki SG, Godman GC, Tanenbaum SW.

Virology. 1973 Dec;56(2):417-28. No abstract available.

PMID:
4357050
21.

Cytochalasin D enhances infectivity of poliovirus.

Deitch AD, Godman GC, Tanenbaum SW, Rose HM.

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med. 1973 Oct 1;144(1):60-4. No abstract available.

PMID:
4358893
22.

Enhancement of Sendai virus-mediated cell fusion by cupric ions.

Wainberg MA, Howe C, Godman GC.

J Cell Biol. 1973 May;57(2):388-96.

23.

Mitochondria and respiratory enzymes of L cells treated with actinomycin D.

Godman GC, Keneklis TP, King ME.

Exp Cell Res. 1973 Mar 15;77(1):159-66. No abstract available.

PMID:
4347804
24.

The effects of cytochalasin D on differentiating muscle in culture.

Miranda AF, Godman GC.

Tissue Cell. 1973;5(1):1-22. No abstract available.

PMID:
4693988
25.

On the recovery of transcription after inhibition by actinomycin D.

Sawicki SG, Godman GC.

J Cell Biol. 1972 Nov;55(2):299-309.

27.

On the differential cytotoxicity of actinomycin D.

Sawicki SG, Godman GC.

J Cell Biol. 1971 Sep;50(3):746-61.

28.

Cytology of cultured cells surviving actinomycin D.

Deitch AD, Godman GC.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1967 Jun;57(6):1607-10. No abstract available.

29.

A vessel for the replicate culture of cells in monolayer.

Larson BK, Godman GC.

Stain Technol. 1966 Jan;41(1):23-5. No abstract available.

PMID:
5945128
30.

Modification of plastic culture dishes for high-resolution microscopy of living cells.

Deitch AD, Godman GC.

Stain Technol. 1966 Jan;41(1):19-22. No abstract available.

PMID:
4957692
31.

The cytopathology of enteroviral infection.

Godman GC.

Int Rev Exp Pathol. 1966;5:67-110. Review. No abstract available.

PMID:
4877348
32.

ON THE SITE OF SULFATION IN COLONIC GOBLET CELLS.

LANE N, CARO L, OTERO VILARDEBO LR, GODMAN GC.

J Cell Biol. 1964 Jun;21:339-51.

33.

LOCALIZATION OF PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITIES IN COLONIC GOBLET AND ABSORPTIVE CELLS.

OTEROVILARDEBO LR, LANE N, GODMAN GC.

J Cell Biol. 1964 Jun;21:486-90. No abstract available.

34.

ON THE SITE OF SULFATION IN THE CHONDROCYTE.

GODMAN GC, LANE N.

J Cell Biol. 1964 Jun;21:353-66.

35.

A DESCRIPTION OF ECHO-9 VIRUS INFECTION IN CULTURED CELLS. II. CYTOCHEMICAL OBSERVATIONS.

GODMAN GC, RIFKIND RA, PAGE RB, HOWE C, ROSE HM.

Am J Pathol. 1964 Feb;44:215-45. No abstract available.

36.

A DESCRIPTION OF ECHO-9 VIRUS INFECTION IN CULTURED CELLS. I. THE CYTOPATHIC EFFECT.

GODMAN GC, RIFKIND RA, HOWE C, ROSE HM.

Am J Pathol. 1964 Jan;44:1-27. No abstract available.

37.

DEMONSTRATION OF MITOCHONDRIAL ATPASE ACTIVITY IN FORMALIN-FIXED COLONIC EPITHELIAL CELLS.

OTERO VILARDEBO LR, LANE N, GODMAN GC.

J Cell Biol. 1963 Dec;19:647-52. No abstract available.

38.

Structure and development of viruses as observed in the electron microscope. VI. ECHO virus, type 9.

RIFKIND RA, GODMAN GC, HOWE C, MORGAN C, ROSE HM.

J Exp Med. 1961 Jul 1;114:1-12.

39.

Chondrogenesis, studied with the electron microscope.

GODMAN GC, PORTER KR.

J Biophys Biochem Cytol. 1960 Dec;8:719-60.

40.

Production of acid mucopolysaccharides by fibroblasts in cell cultures.

MORRIS CC, GODMAN GC.

Nature. 1960 Oct 29;188:407-9. No abstract available.

PMID:
13772816
41.

ECHO 9 virus in tissue culture observed by light and electron microscopy.

RIFKIND RA, GODMAN GC, HOWE C, MORGAN C, ROSE HM.

Virology. 1960 Oct;12:331-4. No abstract available.

PMID:
13741583
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The nature and pathogenetic significance of the L.E. cell phenomenon of systemic lupus erythematosus.

GODMAN GC.

J Mt Sinai Hosp N Y. 1959 May-Jun;26(3):241-60. No abstract available.

PMID:
13655048
45.

Cytochemistry of the L.E. cell phenomenon of systemic lupus erythematosus.

GODMAN GC, DEITCH AD.

J Histochem Cytochem. 1958 Mar;6(2):97-8. No abstract available.

PMID:
13514052
46.

Intracellular crystals associated with viral development.

MORGAN C, GODMAN GC, HOWE C, ROSE HM.

Trans Assoc Am Physicians. 1958;71:281-6. No abstract available.

PMID:
13603525
47.

The composition of the LE and hematoxylin bodies of systemic lupus erythematosus.

GODMAN GC, DEITCH AD, KLEMPERER P.

Am J Pathol. 1958 Jan-Feb;34(1):1-23. No abstract available.

48.

Pathological changes affecting the nuclear constituents: cytochemical studies.

GODMAN GC.

J Mt Sinai Hosp N Y. 1957 Nov-Dec;24(6):888-906. No abstract available.

PMID:
13481633
49.

Phase contrast and interferometric microscopy of the L. E. cell phenomenon.

RIFKIND RA, GODMAN GC.

J Exp Med. 1957 Oct 1;106(4):607-16.

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