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Immunohistochemical expression of retinoblastoma protein in cutaneous melanomas.Academic Article Why?
p53 gene mutations and abnormal retinoblastoma protein in radiation-induced human sarcomas.Academic Article Why?
Retinoblastoma protein potentiates the innate immune response in hepatocytes: significance for hepatocellular carcinoma.Academic Article Why?
Macleod, KayPerson Why?
Retinoblastoma ProteinConcept Why?
Evidence for autoregulation and cell signaling pathway regulation from genome-wide binding of the Drosophila retinoblastoma protein.Academic Article Why?
Du, WeiPerson Why?
Immunohistochemical evaluation of adenomatous polyposis coli, beta-catenin, c-Myc, cyclin D1, p53, and retinoblastoma protein expression in syndromic and sporadic fundic gland polyps.Academic Article Why?
A novel form of pRb expressed during normal myelopoiesis and in tumour-associated macrophages.Academic Article Why?
Activation of the retinoblastoma tumor suppressor mediates cell cycle inhibition and cell death in specific cervical cancer cell lines.Academic Article Why?
BNIP3 is an RB/E2F target gene required for hypoxia-induced autophagy.Academic Article Why?
Cell-autonomous and non-cell-autonomous functions of the Rb tumor suppressor in developing central nervous system.Academic Article Why?
Conserved RB functions in development and tumor suppression.Academic Article Why?
Critical role of active repression by E2F and Rb proteins in endoreplication during Drosophila development.Academic Article Why?
Deregulated E2f-2 underlies cell cycle and maturation defects in retinoblastoma null erythroblasts.Academic Article Why?
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