Foundations in Cancer Research:
H. zur Hausen, Viruses in Human Tumors--Reminiscences and Perspectives:
Epstein-Barr Virus DNA in Burkitt's Lymphomas and Nasopharyngeal Cancers.
Papillomavirus Etiologyof Cancer of the Cervix.
Papillomaviruses in Nonanogenital Cancers.
Viruses as Tumor Initiators--Their Role as Inducers of Specific DNA Amplifications and as Mutagens.
The Search for Other Tumorviruses.
J.N. Ihle, Signaling by the Cytokine Receptor Superfamily in Normal and Transformed Hematopoietic Cells:
Structure of the Cytokine Receptor Superfamily.
Leukemic Transformation by Structurally Altered Cytokine Receptors.
Tyrosine Phosphorylation in Cytokine Receptor Function.
Cytoplasmic Tyrosine Kinases Implicated in Specific Cytokine Responses.
Janus, Kinases: A Unique Family of Cytoplasmic Protein Tyrosine Kinases:
Association of Jaks with Cytokine Receptors and Activation Following Ligand Binding.
Activation of ras Signaling Pathway by Cytokine Receptors.
Cytokine-Induced Increases in Phosphatidylinositol (PI) 3-Kinase Activity.
Cytokine-Induced Tyrosine Phosphorylation of Vav.
Hematopoietic Cell Phosphatase: A Negative Growth Regulator.
Syp Tyrosine Phosphatase: A Positive Growth Regulator.
IRS-1 and 4PS: Signal Transducers Phosphorylated in Response to Cytokines.
Stats: A Novel Family of Transcription Factors Identified in Interferon Signaling.
Stats: A Common Theme in Cytokine Signaling.
Mechanisms of Stat Recruitment to Cytokine Receptor Complexes.
M. Hall and G.