|1.||Kleinberger, Tamar: 5 articles (05/2015 - 05/2013)|
|2.||Branton, Philip E: 5 articles (04/2015 - 09/2004)|
|3.||Blanchette, Paola: 4 articles (04/2015 - 02/2009)|
|4.||Teodoro, Jose G: 3 articles (04/2015 - 02/2009)|
|5.||Miron, Marie-Joëlle: 3 articles (01/2013 - 09/2004)|
|6.||Sriskandarajah, Neera: 2 articles (04/2015 - 12/2013)|
|7.||Sharf, Rakefet: 2 articles (06/2014 - 05/2013)|
|8.||Avital-Shacham, Meirav: 2 articles (06/2014 - 05/2013)|
|9.||Mui, Melissa Z: 2 articles (12/2013 - 01/2013)|
|10.||Pechkovsky, Antonina: 2 articles (05/2013 - 05/2013)|
05/01/2015 - "Mechanisms of cancer cell killing by the adenovirus E4orf4 protein."
04/01/2015 - "The adenovirus E4orf4 protein expressed at high levels kills cancer cells but not normal human primary cells. "
04/01/2015 - "Analysis by live imaging of effects of the adenovirus E4orf4 protein on passage through mitosis of H1299 tumor cells."
01/01/2014 - "Induction of cancer-specific cell death by the adenovirus E4orf4 protein."
12/01/2013 - "The adenovirus E4orf4 protein selectively kills human cancer cells independently of p53 and thus represents a potentially promising tool for the development of novel antitumor therapies. "
01/01/2014 - "The adenovirus E4orf4 protein is a multifunctional viral regulator that contributes to temporal regulation of the progression of viral infection. "
02/01/2009 - "Localization and importance of the adenovirus E4orf4 protein during lytic infection."
06/01/2014 - "The adenovirus E4orf4 protein contributes to regulation of the progression of virus infection from the early to the late phase, and when expressed alone, it induces a unique caspase-independent programmed cell death which is more efficient in cancer cells than in normal cells. "
05/10/2013 - "The adenovirus E4orf4 protein regulates the progression of viral infection and when expressed outside the context of the virus it induces nonclassical, cancer cell-specific apoptosis. "
05/07/2013 - "The adenovirus E4orf4 protein regulates the progression of viral infection, and when expressed alone in mammalian tissue culture cells it induces protein phosphatase 2A (PP2A)-B55- and Src-dependent cell death, which is more efficient in oncogene-transformed cells than in normal cells. "
|1.||Protein Phosphatase 2 (Protein Phosphatase 2A)
|2.||DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid)