Growth factors, differentiation factors, and cytokines
Springer-Verlag, 1990 - Medical - 476 pages
Leading international experts contribute to this selection of reviews covering the merging fields of growth factors, differentiation factors, and cytokines. These appear to play fundamental roles in a wide variety of physiological and pathophysiological processes that include the regulation of growth in normal and malignant cells, embryogenesis, the immune response, wound healing, inflammation, and atherogenesis. The major aspects of recent research and development are discussed, providing an important update in this pioneering field.
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The Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor as
Biology and Properties of its Gene
Formation and Biological Activities
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Acad Sci USA adenylyl cyclase amino acid amino acid sequence antibodies antigens autocrine bFGF binding Biochem Biol Chem biological activity c-fos Ca2+ cancer cDNA cell lines cell types cellular channels chromosome cMGF colony stimulating colony-stimulating factor culture cytokines domain effects EGF receptor encoding endothelial cells epidermal growth factor erythropoietin expression extracellular function G-proteins gene GM-CSF growth factor receptor hematopoietic homology hormone human hybridization IFNs Immunol induced inhibition interaction interferon interleukin leukemia lymphocytes macrophages mediated membrane mice mitogenic molecular molecules monocytes mouse mRNA murine myeloid Natl Acad Sci nerve growth factor normal nucleotide oncogene PDGF peptide pertussis phosphorylation platelet-derived growth factor precursor Proc Natl Acad production proliferation protein kinase purified recombinant region regulation regulatory residues response role signal smooth muscle cells specific stimulating factor stimulatory structure subunit synthesis T-cell TGF-P tion tissue transcription transforming growth transgenic tumor necrosis vitro vivo