This collection showcases the journal articles and other publications authored by faculty and researchers in the Department of Cancer Biology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, prior to the department becoming part of the Department of Molecular, Cell and Cancer Biology in 2015. For recent articles see the Molecular, Cell and Cancer Biology Publications collection.

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Publications from 1991

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Carbohydrate-binding protein 35 (Mac-2), a laminin-binding lectin, forms functional dimers using cysteine 186, Hee-Jong Woo, Margaret M. Lotz, Jae U. Jung, and Arthur M. Mercurio

Publications from 1990

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Human colon carcinoma cells use multiple receptors to adhere to laminin: involvement of alpha 6 beta 4 and alpha 2 beta 1 integrins, Margaret M. Lotz, Cynthia A. Korzelius, and Arthur M. Mercurio

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Laminin: multiple forms, multiple receptors, Arthur M. Mercurio

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The activation dependent adhesion of macrophages to laminin involves cytoskeletal anchoring and phosphorylation of the alpha 6 beta 1 integrin, Leslie M. Shaw, Jeanne M. Messier, and Arthur M. Mercurio

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The major non-integrin laminin binding protein of macrophages is identical to carbohydrate binding protein 35 (Mac-2), Hee-Jong Woo, Leslie M. Shaw, Jeanne M. Messier, and Arthur M. Mercurio

Publications from 1989

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Relationship between extracellular matrix interactions and degree of differentiation in human colon carcinoma cell lines, George W. Daneker Jr., Andrea J. Piazza, Glenn D. Steele Jr., and Arthur M. Mercurio

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Interferon gamma and lipopolysaccharide promote macrophage adherence to basement membrane glycoproteins, Leslie M. Shaw and Arthur M. Mercurio

Publications from 1988

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Macrophage interactions with laminin: PMA selectively induces the adherence and spreading of mouse macrophages on a laminin substratum, Arthur M. Mercurio and Leslie M. Shaw

Publications from 1987

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Laminin expression in colorectal carcinomas varying in degree of differentiation, George W. Daneker Jr., Arthur M. Mercurio, Lisa Guerra, Barbara Wolf, Ronald R. Salem, Darius J. Bagli, and Glenn D. Steele Jr.

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Modulation of two distinct galactosyltransferase activities in populations of mouse peritoneal macrophages, Bradley T. Sheares and Arthur M. Mercurio

Publications from 1986

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Disruption of oligosaccharide processing in murine tumor cells inhibits their susceptibility to lysis by activated mouse macrophages, Arthur M. Mercurio

Publications from 1985

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Activation of mouse peritoneal macrophages alters the structure and surface expression of protein-bound lactosaminoglycans, Arthur M. Mercurio and Phillips W. Robbins

Publications from 1984

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Glycolipids of the mouse peritoneal macrophage. Alterations in amount and surface exposure of specific glycolipid species occur in response to inflammation and tumoricidal activation, Arthur M. Mercurio, Gerald A. Schwarting, and Phillips W. Robbins

Publications from 1982

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Smooth endoplasmic reticulum and other agranular reticulum in frog retinal photoreceptors, Arthur M. Mercurio and Eric Holtzman

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Ultrastructural localization of glycerolipid synthesis in rod cells of the isolated frog retina, Arthur M. Mercurio and Eric Holtzman