Regulation of fibrinolysis by S100A10 in vivo.
Halifax, Canada. In Blood, 2011
An important role for S100A10 in the regulation of fibrinolysis and angiogenesis in vivo, suggesting that S100A10 plays a critical role in endothelial cell function.
Rous sarcoma virus encodes a transcriptional activator.
In Cell, 1985
We map the activity to an alternate reading frame in the p19-p10 region of the gag gene and identify a mRNA whose spliced structure would direct translation of this reading frame from the Pr76gag initiation codon.
Mutant cells that abnormally process plasma membrane glycoproteins encoded by murine leukemia virus.
In Cell, 1981
Wild-type normal rat kidney fibroblasts infected with the Friend strain of murine leukemia virus (MuLV) contain two virus-encoded glycoproteins on the outer surfaces of their plasma membranes: an envelope glycoprotein with an apparent molecular weight of 70,000 (gp70), and a glycoprotein that reacts with antisera to the major virion internal core proteins p30, p15, p12 and p10 and has an apparent molecular weight of 93,000 (gp93gag).