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Overexpression of multi-heme C-type cytochromesLIANG SHI; LIN, Jiann-Trzwo; MARKILLIE, Lye M et al.BioTechniques. 2005, Vol 38, Num 2, pp 297-299, issn 0736-6205, 3 p.Article

MAP17 overexpression is a common characteristic of carcinomasGUIJARRO, Maria V; LEAL, Juan F. M; FOMINAYA, Jesus et al.Carcinogenesis (New York. Print). 2007, Vol 28, Num 8, pp 1646-1652, issn 0143-3334, 7 p.Article

Transgenic overexpression of caveolin-3 in the heart induces a cardiomyopathic phenotypeARAVAMUDAN, Bharathi; VOLONTE, Daniela; RAMANI, Ravi et al.Human molecular genetics (Print). 2003, Vol 12, Num 21, pp 2777-2788, issn 0964-6906, 12 p.Article

Rationalizing membrane protein overexpressionWAGNER, Samuel; LERCH BADER, Mirjam; DREW, David et al.Trends in biotechnology (Regular ed.). 2006, Vol 24, Num 8, pp 364-371, issn 0167-7799, 8 p.Article

Overexpression of a dominant-negative mutant Ubc9 is associated with increased sensitivity to anticancer drugsMO, Yin-Yuan; YU, Yanni; EE, P. L et al.Cancer research (Baltimore). 2004, Vol 64, Num 8, pp 2793-2798, issn 0008-5472, 6 p.Article

Overexpression of the Notch target genes Hes in vivo induces lymphoid and myeloid alterationsKAWAMATA, Shin; CHANGCHUN DU; KAIJUN LI et al.Oncogene (Basingstoke). 2002, Vol 21, Num 24, pp 3855-3863, issn 0950-9232Article

CAMP response element binding protein (CREB) overexpression has been described as critical for leukemia progressionPIGAZZI, Martina; RICOTTI, Emanuela; GERMANO, Giuseppe et al.Haematologica (Roma). 2007, Vol 92, Num 10, pp 1435-1437, issn 0390-6078, 3 p.Article

Increase of organic solvent tolerance by overexpression of manXYZ in Escherichia coliOKOCHI, Mina; KURIMOTO, Masaki; SHIMIZU, Kazunori et al.Applied microbiology and biotechnology. 2007, Vol 73, Num 6, pp 1394-1399, issn 0175-7598, 6 p.Article

Knockout and overexpression of pyrroloquinoline quinone biosynthetic genes in Gluconobacter oxydans 621HHÖLSCHER, Tina; GÖRISCH, Helmut.Journal of bacteriology. 2006, Vol 188, Num 21, pp 7668-7676, issn 0021-9193, 9 p.Article

Overexpression of Sp1 transcription factor induces apoptosisDENIAUD, E; BAGUET, J; MATHIEU, A.-L et al.Oncogene (Basingstoke). 2006, Vol 25, Num 53, pp 7096-7105, issn 0950-9232, 10 p.Article

Her-2/neu overexpression and amplification in uterine papillary serous carcinomaSLOMOVITZ, Brian M; BROADDUS, Russell R; BURKE, Thomas W et al.Journal of clinical oncology. 2004, Vol 22, Num 15, pp 3126-3132, issn 0732-183X, 7 p.Conference Paper

Point mutations and overexpression of Ron induce transformation, tumor formation, and metastasisPEACE, Belinda E; HUGHES, Michael J; DEGEN, Sandra J. F et al.Oncogene (Basingstoke). 2001, Vol 20, Num 43, pp 6142-6151, issn 0950-9232Article

A regulatory role for ARF6 in receptor-mediated endocytosisD'SOUZA-SCHOREY, C; GUANGPU LI; COLOMBO, M. I et al.Science (Washington, D.C.). 1995, Vol 267, Num 5201, pp 1175-1178, issn 0036-8075Article

Factors influencing the phycobilisome rod composition of the cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. PCC 7942 : effects of reduced phycocyanin content, lack of rod-linkers, and over-expression of the rod-terminating linkerBHALERAO, R. P; GUSTAFSSON, P.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1994, Vol 90, Num 1, pp 187-197, issn 0031-9317Article

c-myc overexpression causes anaplasia in medulloblastomaSTEARNS, Duncan; CHAUDHRY, Aneeka; ABEL, Ty W et al.Cancer research (Baltimore). 2006, Vol 66, Num 2, pp 673-681, issn 0008-5472, 9 p.Article

Tbx2 is overexpressed and plays an important role in maintaining proliferation and suppression of senescence in melanomasVANCE, Keith W; CARREIRA, Suzanne; BROSCH, Gerald et al.Cancer research (Baltimore). 2005, Vol 65, Num 6, pp 2260-2268, issn 0008-5472, 9 p.Article

Overexpression of the Wilms' tumor gene WT1 in primary astrocytic tumorsOJI, Yusuke; SUZUKI, Tsuyoshi; NAKAZAWA, Tsutomu et al.Cancer science. 2004, Vol 95, Num 10, pp 822-827, issn 1347-9032, 6 p.Article

Cells over-expressing EAAT2 protect motoneurons from excitotoxic death in vitroWISMAN, Liselijn A. B; VAN MUISWINKEL, Freek L; DE GRAAN, Pierre N. E et al.Neuroreport (Oxford). 2003, Vol 14, Num 15, pp 1967-1970, issn 0959-4965, 4 p.Article

High-level expression of a soluble functional antimicrobial peptide, human β-defensin 2, in Escherichia coliZHINAN XU; LI PENG; ZHIXIA ZHONG et al.Biotechnology progress. 2006, Vol 22, Num 2, pp 382-386, issn 8756-7938, 5 p.Article

Pituitary tumor transforming gene overexpression facilitates pituitary tumor developmentDONANGELO, Ines; GUTMAN, Shiri; HORVATH, Eva et al.Endocrinology (Philadelphia). 2006, Vol 147, Num 10, pp 4781-4791, issn 0013-7227, 11 p.Article

Combining inducible protein overexpression with NMR-grade triple isotope labeling in the cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. PCC 7120DESPLANCQ, Dominique; BERNARD, Corinne; SIBLER, Annie-Paule et al.BioTechniques. 2005, Vol 39, Num 3, pp 405-411, issn 0736-6205, 7 p.Article

Skeletal overexpression of gremlin impairs bone formation and causes osteopeniaGAZZERRO, Elisabetta; PEREIRA, Renata C; JORGETTI, Vanda et al.Endocrinology (Philadelphia). 2005, Vol 146, Num 2, pp 655-665, issn 0013-7227, 11 p.Article

Overexpression of the Wilms' tumor gene WT1 in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinomaOJI, Yusuke; NAKAMORI, Shoji; YAMAMOTO, Hirofumi et al.Cancer science. 2004, Vol 95, Num 7, pp 583-587, issn 1347-9032, 5 p.Article

Prevalent overexpression of prolyl isomerase Pin1 in human cancersBAO, Lere; KIMZEY, Amy; SAUTER, Guido et al.The American journal of pathology. 2004, Vol 164, Num 5, pp 1727-1737, issn 0002-9440, 11 p.Article

Overexpression of Aurora-A potentiates HRAS-mediated oncogenic transformation and is implicated in oral carcinogenesisTATSUKA, Masaaki; SATO, Sunao; KITAJIMA, Shojiro et al.Oncogene (Basingstoke). 2005, Vol 24, Num 6, pp 1122-1127, issn 0950-9232, 6 p.Article

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