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Partial purification and characterization of a hepatocyte growth factor produced by rat hepatocellular carcinoma cellsLUETTEKE, N. C; MICHALOPOULOS, G. K.Cancer research (Baltimore). 1985, Vol 45, Num 12, pp 6331-6337, issn 0008-5472Article

Control of hepatocyte replication by two serum factorsMICHALOPOULOS, G; HOUCK, K. A; DOLAN, M. L et al.Cancer research (Baltimore). 1984, Vol 44, Num 10, pp 4414-4419, issn 0008-5472Article

TGFα deficiency results in hair follicle and eye abnormalities in targeted and waved-1 miceLUETTEKE, N. C; TING HU QIU; PEIFFER, R. L et al.Cell (Cambridge). 1993, Vol 73, Num 2, pp 263-278, issn 0092-8674Article

The mouse waved-2 phenotype results from a point mutation in the EGF receptor tyrosine kinaseLUETTEKE, N. C; PHILLIPS, H. K; QIU, T. H et al.Genes & development. 1994, Vol 8, Num 4, pp 399-413, issn 0890-9369Article

Transforming growth factor-α is a potential mediator of estrogen action in the mouse uterusNELSON, K. G; TAKAHASHI, T; LEE, D. C et al.Endocrinology (Philadelphia). 1992, Vol 131, Num 4, pp 1657-1664, issn 0013-7227Article

Mouse chromosomal location of three EGF receptor ligands : amphiregulin (Areg), betacellulin (Btc), and heparin-binding EGF (Hegfl)PATHAK, B. G; GILBERT, D. J; HARRISON, C. A et al.Genomics (San Diego, Calif.). 1995, Vol 28, Num 1, pp 116-118, issn 0888-7543Article

Differential effect of growth factors on growth stimulation and phenotypic stability of glutamine-synthetase-positive and- negative hepatocytes in primary cultureGEBHARDT, R; CRUISE, J; HOUCK, K. A et al.Differentiation (London). 1986, Vol 33, Num 1, pp 45-55, issn 0301-4681Article

Transforming growth factor alpha dramatically enhances oncogene-induced carcinogenesis in transgenic mouse pancreas and liverSANDGREN, E. P; LUETTEKE, N. C; TING HU QIU et al.Molecular and cellular biology (Print). 1993, Vol 13, Num 1, pp 320-330, issn 0270-7306Article

Overexpression of TGFα in transgenic mice : induction of epithelial hyperplasia, pancreatic metaplasia, and carcinoma of the breastSANDGREN, E. P; LUETTEKE, N. C; PALMITER, R. D et al.Cell (Cambridge). 1990, Vol 61, Num 6, pp 1121-1135, issn 0092-8674, 15 p.Article

Characterization of high molecular weight transforming growth factor α produced by rat hepatocellular carcinoma cellsLUETTEKE, N. C; MICHALOPOULOS, G. K; TEIXIDO, J et al.Biochemistry (Easton). 1988, Vol 27, Num 17, pp 6487-6494, issn 0006-2960Article

TGFα is dispensable for skin tumorigenesis in Tg.AC miceHUMBLE, M. C; SZCZESNIAK, C. J; LUETTEKE, N. C et al.Toxicologic pathology. 1998, Vol 26, Num 4, pp 562-569, issn 0192-6233Article

Characterization of the mouse transforming growth factor α gene : Its expression during eyelid development and in waved 1 tissuesBERKOWITZ, E. A; SEROOGY, K. B; SCHROEDER, J. A et al.Cell growth and differentiation. 1996, Vol 7, Num 9, pp 1271-1282, issn 1044-9523Article

Regulation of fat and muscle development by transforming growth factor α in transgenic mice and in cultured cellsLUETTEKE, N. C; LEE, D. C; PALMITER, R. D et al.Cell growth and differentiation. 1993, Vol 4, Num 3, pp 203-213, issn 1044-9523Article

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