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Overexpression of the retinoic acid-responsive gene Stra6 in human cancers and its synergistic induction by Wnt-1 and retinoic acid.

Szeto W, Jiang W, Tice DA, Rubinfeld B, Hollingshead PG, Fong SE, Dugger DL, Pham T, Yansura DG, Wong TA, Grimaldi JC, Corpuz RT, Singh JS, Frantz GD, Devaux B, Crowley CW, Schwall RH, Eberhard DA, Rastelli L, Polakis P, Pennica D.

Cancer Res. 2001 May 15;61(10):4197-205.

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Osteoblast-specific expression of growth hormone stimulates bone growth in transgenic mice.

Baker AR, Hollingshead PG, Pitts-Meek S, Hansen S, Taylor R, Stewart TA.

Mol Cell Biol. 1992 Dec;12(12):5541-7.

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A dominant phenocopy of hypopituitarism in transgenic mice resulting from central nervous system synthesis of human growth hormone.

Hollingshead PG, Martin L, Pitts SL, Stewart TA.

Endocrinology. 1989 Sep;125(3):1556-64.

PMID:
2569392
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Transgenic mice as a model to test the immunogenicity of proteins altered by site-specific mutagenesis.

Stewart TA, Hollingshead PG, Pitts SL, Chang R, Martin LE, Oakley H.

Mol Biol Med. 1989 Aug;6(4):275-81.

PMID:
2482920
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Haploid-specific transcription of protamine-myc and protamine-T-antigen fusion genes in transgenic mice.

Stewart TA, Hecht NB, Hollingshead PG, Johnson PA, Leong JA, Pitts SL.

Mol Cell Biol. 1988 Apr;8(4):1748-55.

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The aza-arenes as mutagens for Salmonella typhimurium.

Seixas GM, Andon BM, Hollingshead PG, Thilly WG.

Mutat Res. 1982 Oct-Nov;102(3):201-12.

PMID:
6755231

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