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  1. The interaction of different members of the hematopoietic growth factor receptor family may be relevant to the increased proliferation and the failure of differentiation that characterizes the myeloid leukemia...

    Authors: Paul T. Jubinsky, Yayoi Shikama, Andrew Laurie, David G. Nathan, Martin Carroll and Colin A. Sieff

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401660

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  2. We have previously shown that the membrane attack complex (MAC) of complement stimulates cell proliferation and that insertion of homologous MAC into the membranes of endothelial cells results in the release o...

    Authors: Juan A. Acosta, Laura R. Benzaquen, Daniel J. Goldstein, Magdalena T. Tosteson and José A. Halperin

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401659

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  3. Gonococci (GC) and meningococci (MC) are gram-negative bacterial pathogens that infect human mucosal epithelia. We would like to understand the functions of specific bacterial components at each stage of mucos...

    Authors: Alexey J. Merz, Dean B. Rifenbery, Cindy Grove Arvidson and Magdalene So

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401658

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  4. Prion diseases belong to a group of neurodegenerative disorders affecting humans and animals. The human diseases indude kuru, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker syndrome (GSS), and...

    Authors: Susanne Krasemann, Martin H. Groschup, Silke Harmeyer, Gerhard Hunsmann and Walter Bodemer

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401656

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  5. Bm2325, a major IgE-inducing antigen of the filarial parasite Brugia malayi has been implicated in the pathology of tropical pulmonary eosinophilia (TPE), a pulmonary syndrome thought to result from hypersensitiv...

    Authors: Edgar Lobos, Regina Zahn, Niklaus Weiss and Thomas B. Nutman

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401655

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  6. The progressive growth of tumors in mice is accompanied by down-regulation of specific T cell responses. The factors involved in this suppression are not completely understood. Here, we have developed a model ...

    Authors: Michele L. Jaffe, Hiroshi Arai and Gary J. Nabel

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401653

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  7. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder characterized by the deposition of extracellular senile plaques composed of amyloid β-peptide (Aβ). Whereas most cases of AD occur sporadically...

    Authors: Jochen Walter, Anja Capell, Jürgen Grünberg, Brigitte Pesold, Alice Schindzielorz, Reinhard Prior, Marcia B. Podlisny, Paul Fraser, Peter St. George Hyslop, Dennis J. Selkoe and Christian Haass

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401652

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  8. Cysteinyl leukotrienes (LT) are mediators involved in inflammatory and allergic disorders. LTC4 synthase catalyzes the first committed step in the synthesis of these inflammatory mediators, and its cellular distr...

    Authors: Timothy D. Bigby, Craig R. Hodulik, Karen C. Arden and Lixia Fu

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401647

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  9. Using differential display (DD), we discovered a new member of the serine protease family of protein-cleaving enzymes, named protease M. The gene is most closely related by sequence to the kallikreins, to pros...

    Authors: Anthony Anisowicz, Georgia Sotiropoulou, Goran Stenman, Samuel C. Mok and Ruth Sager

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401646

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  10. X-linked agammaglobulinemia (XLA) is a severe, life-threatening disease characterized by failure of B cell differentiation and antibody production and is associated with mutations in Bruton’s tyrosine kinase (Btk

    Authors: Stephen J. Kornfeld, Robert N. Haire, Scott J. Strong, Huayang Tang, Sun-Sang J. Sung, Shu Man Fu and Gary W. Litman

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401645

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  11. While oligoclonality of circulating CD4 CD8 and of CD8+ T cells is not uncommon, clonal dominance within the CD4 compartment is not frequently found in healthy individuals. In contrast, the majority of patients...

    Authors: Dorle Schmidt, Peter B. Martens, Cornelia M. Weyand and Jörg J. Goronzy

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401644

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  12. Alternative splicing of the transcripts of the human glucocorticoid receptor gene results in two mutually exclusive products, the classic, ligand-binding glucocorticoid receptor (hGRα), and a dominant negative no...

    Authors: Margaret de Castro, Sharon Elliot, Tomoshige Kino, Christoph Bamberger, Michael Karl, Elizabeth Webster and George P. Chrousos

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401643

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  13. The mechanism by which aspirin (ASA) acts to protect against human cancer is not yet known. We recently showed that ASA triggers the formation of a new series of potent bioactive eicosanoids, 15-epi-lipoxins (...

    Authors: Joan Clària, Min H. Lee and Charles N. Serhan

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401642

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  14. Familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is an autosomal dominant disease characterized by ventricular hypertrophy, myocellular disarray, arrhythmias, and sudden death. Mutations in several contractile prote...

    Authors: Karen L. Vikstrom, Stephen M. Factor and Leslie A. Leinwand

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401640

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  15. A number of tumors express antigens that are recognized by specific cytotoxic T cells. The normal host immune responses, however, are not usually sufficient to cause tumor rejection. Using appropriate immuniza...

    Authors: Hansruedi Büeler and Richard C. Mulligan

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401639

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  16. Tumor necrosis factor α (TNFα) is thought to mediate both protective and detrimental manifestations of the inflammatory response. Recently, thalidomide (α-n–phthalimidoglutarimide) was shown to partially inhibit ...

    Authors: Laura G. Corral, George W. Muller, André L. Moreira, Yuxi Chen, Mingdan Wu, David Stirling and Gilla Kaplan

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401909

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  17. Epithelial dysfunction and patient symptoms in inflammatory intestinal diseases such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease correlate with migration of neutrophils (PMN) across the intestinal epithelium. In...

    Authors: Charles A. Parkos, Sean P. Colgan, Michael S. Diamond, Asma Nusrat, Tony W. Liang, Timothy A. Springer and James L. Madara

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401908

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  18. Tumor necrosis factor (TNF) production by macrophages plays an important role in the host response to infection. TNF-α gene expression in RAW 264.7 macrophages is predominantly regulated at the translational leve...

    Authors: Cyril Gueydan, Laurent Houzet, Arnaud Marchant, André Sels, Georges Huez and Véronique Kruys

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401907

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  19. The decision for a cell to enter the DNA synthesis (S) phase of the cell cycle or to arrest in quiescence is likely to be determined by genes expressed in the late G1 phase, at the restriction point. Loss of r...

    Authors: Recep S. Alpan, Scott Sparvero and Arthur B. Pardee

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401906

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  20. Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) infection leads to a general exhaustion of the immune system. Prior to this widespread decline of immune functions, however, there is an evident hyperactivation of t...

    Authors: Michael Bukrinsky, Helena Schmidtmayerova, Gabriele Zybarth, Larisa Dubrovsky, Barbara Sherry and Grigori Enikolopov

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401905

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  21. The principal symptoms of myasthenia gravis (MG), muscle weakness and fatigue due to impaired neuromuscular transmission, are caused by autoantibodies to the muscle nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (AChR). The...

    Authors: Dulceaydee Gigliotti, Ann-Kari Lefvert, Mahmood Jeddi-Tehrani, Semih Esin, Vida Hodara, Ritva Pirskanen, Hans Wigzell and Roland Andersson

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401904

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  22. The cellular mdm2 gene has transforming activity when overexpressed and is amplified in a variety of human tumors. At least part of the transforming ability of the MDM2 protein is due to binding and inactivating ...

    Authors: Brian Elenbaas, Matthias Dobbelstein, Judith Roth, Thomas Shenk and Arnold J. Levine

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401903

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  23. Specific inhibition of target proteins by antisense oligodeoxynucleotides is an extensively studied experimental approach. This technique is currently being tested in clinical trials applying phosphorothioate-...

    Authors: Gunther Hartmann, Anne Krug, Kerstin Waller-Fontaine and Stefan Endres

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401902

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  24. Studies of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) associated dementia have shown neuronal loss in discrete areas. The presence and mechanism of neuronal death, however, has remained quite elusive. One mec...

    Authors: D. Cory Adamson, Ted M. Dawson, M. Christine Zink, Janice E. Clements and Valina L. Dawson

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401901

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  25. Lipopolysaccharides (LPS), widely used to study the mechanisms of gram-negative sepsis, increase airway resistance by constriction of terminal bronchioles. The role of the cyclooxygenase (COX) isoenzymes and t...

    Authors: Stefan Uhlig, Rolf Nüsing, Alexander von Bethmann, Roland Lewis Featherstone, Thomas Klein, Frank Brasch, Klaus-Michael Müller, Volker Ullrich and Albrecht Wendel

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401635

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  26. Adipose and muscle tissues express an insulin-sensitive glucose transporter (GLUT4). This transporter has been shown to translocate from intracellular stores to the plasma membrane following insulin stimulatio...

    Authors: Johanna Gustavsson, Santiago Parpal and Peter Strålfors

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401634

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  27. We recently showed that acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) dementia is associated with activated infection of microglia, neurons, and astrocytes by HIV-1. However, it is doubtful whether infection per s...

    Authors: Gerard J. Nuovo, Maria Lynn Alfieri and A. Cerami

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401633

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  28. Thrombin is a serine protease that elicits a variety of cellular responses. Molecular cloning of a thrombin receptor revealed a G protein-coupled receptor that is activated by a novel proteolytic mechanism. Re...

    Authors: Mark Kahn, Kenji Ishii, Wen-Lin Kuo, Michael Piper, Andrew Connolly, Yu-Ping Shi, Richard Wu, C. C. Lin and Shaun R. Coughlin

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401632

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  29. Understanding the processes that control selective eosinophilia is of fundamental importance in a variety of human diseases (e.g., allergies, parasitic infections, malignancy). Interleukin 5, an eosinophil-spe...

    Authors: Marc E. Rothenberg, Robert Ownbey, Paul D. Mehlhop, Paul M. Loiselle, Matthijs van de Rijn, Joseph V. Bonventre, Hans C. Oettgen, Philip Leder and Andrew D. Luster

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401631

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  30. The immunophilins are proteins that mediate actions of immunosuppressant drugs such as FK-506 and cyclosporin A by binding to calcineurin, inhibiting its phosphatase activity, and increasing the phosphorylatio...

    Authors: Joseph P. Steiner, Ted M. Dawson, Majid Fotuhi and Solomon H. Snyder

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401630

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  31. The genetic factors involved in determining bone mineral density (BMD) have not been fully elucidated. We have begun genetic linkage analysis of seven families in which many members are osteopenic, in order to...

    Authors: Loretta D. Spotila, John Caminis, Marcella Devoto, Koichiro Shimoya, Larisa Sereda, Jürg Ott, Michael P. Whyte, Alan Tenenhouse and Darwin J. Prockop

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401629

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  32. CSF-1 expression precedes renal injury in autoimmune MRL-lpr mice and is responsible for macrophage () proliferation and survival in the kidney. By comparison, C3H-lpr mice do not express CSF-1 in the kidney, a...

    Authors: Takero Naito, Hitoshi Yokoyama, Kathryn J. Moore, Glenn Dranoff, Richard C. Mulligan and Vicki Rubin Kelley

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401628

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  33. Nitric oxide (NO) has been implicated as a mediator of penile erection, because the neuronal isoform of NO synthase (NOS) is localized to the penile innervation and NOS inhibitors selectively block erections. ...

    Authors: Arthur L. Burnett, Randy J. Nelson, David C. Calvin, Jian-Xiang Liu, Gregory E. Demas, Sabra L. Klein, Lance J. Kriegsfeld, Valina L. Dawso, Ted M. Dawson and Solomon H. Snyder

    Citation: Molecular Medicine 1996 2:BF03401627

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