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Behavior of myc and ras oncogenes in transformation of rat embryo fibroblasts.

Land H, Chen AC, Morgenstern JP, Parada LF, Weinberg RA.

Mol Cell Biol. 1986 Jun;6(6):1917-25.

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Tumorigenic conversion of primary embryo fibroblasts requires at least two cooperating oncogenes.

Land H, Parada LF, Weinberg RA.

Nature. 1983 Aug 18-24;304(5927):596-602.

PMID:
6308472
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Rat embryo cells immortalized with transfected oncogenes are transformed by gamma irradiation.

Endlich B, Salavati R, Sullivan T, Ling CC.

Radiat Res. 1992 Dec;132(3):301-11.

PMID:
1475353
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Repression of Myc-Ras cotransformation by Mad is mediated by multiple protein-protein interactions.

Koskinen PJ, Ayer DE, Eisenman RN.

Cell Growth Differ. 1995 Jun;6(6):623-9.

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Influence of exogenous ras and p53 on P-glycoprotein function in immortalized rodent fibroblasts.

Kopnin BP, Stromskaya TP, Kondratov RV, Ossovskaya VS, Pugacheva EN, Rybalkina EY, Khokhlova OA, Chumakov PM.

Oncol Res. 1995;7(6):299-306.

PMID:
8527864
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Cell lines containing and expressing the human herpesvirus 6A ts gene are protected from both H-ras and BPV-1 transformation.

Araujo JC, Doniger J, Stöppler H, Sadaie MR, Rosenthal LJ.

Oncogene. 1997 Feb 27;14(8):937-43.

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The myc family of oncogenes and their presence and importance in small-cell lung carcinoma and other tumour types.

Prins J, De Vries EG, Mulder NH.

Anticancer Res. 1993 Sep-Oct;13(5A):1373-85. Review.

PMID:
8239508
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A role for myn in Ha-ras transformation of mouse 10T1/2 fibroblasts.

Taylor WR, Wright JA.

Mol Carcinog. 1994 May;10(1):8-14.

PMID:
8185831
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Positive autoregulation of ras genes expression in fibroblasts.

Quincoces AF, Polanco I, Thomson T, León J.

FEBS Lett. 1997 Oct 27;416(3):317-23.

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