Since the school's inception in 1979, students in the Morningside Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at UMass Chan Medical School have contributed thousands of research publications to the field of biomedical sciences. This collection makes this body of work accessible to our students, faculty, potential recruits, the citizens of Massachusetts, and the world.

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Publications from 1986

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Differences in sequences encoding the carboxyl-terminal domain of the epidermal growth factor receptor correlate with differences in the disease potential of viral erbB genes, Daniel C. Gamett, Sharon Elizabeth Tracy, and Harriet L. Robinson

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Cell cycle-dependent expression of a stable episomal human histone gene in a mouse cell, Linda G. Green, I. Schlaffer, Kenneth Lynn Wright, M. L. Moreno, D. Berand, Gordon L. Hager, Janet L. Stein, and Gary S. Stein

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Direct evidence for ATP modulation of sugar transport in human erythrocyte ghosts, Daniel N. Hebert and Anthony Carruthers

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Accumulation of natural killer and cytotoxic T large granular lymphocytes in the liver during virus infection, Kim W. McIntyre and Raymond M. Welsh

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Regulation of glycogen metabolism in primary cultures of rat hepatocytes. Restoration of acute effects of insulin and glucose in cells from diabetic rats, Thomas B. Miller, Alice K. Garnache, John Cruz, R. Kirk McPherson, and Charles D. Wolleben

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Characterization of the two nonallelic genes encoding mouse preproinsulin, Bruce Martin Wentworth, Ida M. Schaefer, Lydia Villa-Komaroff, and John M. Chirgwin

Publications from 1985

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Adoptive transfer studies demonstrating the antiviral effect of natural killer cells in vivo, Jack F. Bukowski, John F. Warner, Gunther Dennert, and Raymond M. Welsh

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Inability of interferon to protect virus-infected cells against lysis by natural killer (NK) cells correlates with NK cell-mediated antiviral effects in vivo, Jack F. Bukowski and Raymond M. Welsh

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Interferon enhances the susceptibility of virus-infected fibroblasts to cytotoxic T cells, Jack F. Bukowski and Raymond M. Welsh

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Exquisite specificity of adoptive immunization in arenavirus-infected mice, Kim W. McIntyre, Jack F. Bukowski, and Raymond M. Welsh

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Functional association of class II antigens with cell surface binding of Epstein-Barr virus, Patricia S. Reisert, Robert Christopher Spiro, Phyllis L. Townsend, Sarah A. Stanford, Takeshi Sairenji, and Robert E. Humphreys

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Phage P22 lysis genes: nucleotide sequences and functional relationships with T4 and lambda genes, Dale Rennell and Anthony R. Poteete

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Immunologic identification of a glycogen synthase 93,000-dalton subunit from rat heart and liver, Jill Rulfs, Charles Daniel Wolleben, Thomas B. Miller, and Gary L. Johnson

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Inhibition of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) release from the P3HR-1 Burkitt's lymphoma cell line by a monoclonal antibody against a 200,000 dalton EBV membrane antigen, Takeshi Sairenji, Patricia S. Reisert, Robert Christopher Spiro, Timothy Connolly, and Robert E. Humphreys

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Epstein-Barr virus infections in hairy cell leukemia patients in the presence of complement-dependent neutralizing antibody, Takeshi Sairenji, John L. Sullivan, Kiyoshi Sakamoto, Robert Christopher Spiro, Isao Katayama, and Robert E. Humphreys

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Kinetics of Ii synthesis, processing, and turnover in n-butyrate-treated Burkitt's lymphoma cell lines which express or do not express class II antigens and in hairy leukemic cells, Robert C. Spiro, Takeshi Sairenji, and Robert E. Humphreys

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Induction of angiosarcoma by a c-erbB transducing virus, Sharon Elizabeth Tracy, Bruce A. Woda, and Harriet L. Robinson

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Structure of phage P22 gene 19 lysozyme inferred from its homology with phage T4 lysozyme. Implications for lysozyme evolution, Larry H. Weaver, Dale Rennell, Anthony R. Poteete, and Brian W. Matthews

Publications from 1984

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Pathogenesis of murine cytomegalovirus infection in natural killer cell-depleted mice, Jack F. Bukowski, Bruce A. Woda, and Raymond M. Welsh

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Characterization of Epstein-Barr virus infection of hairy cell leukemia patients, Takeshi Sairenji, Mary Ann Lane, Patricia S. Reisert, Robert Christopher Spiro, Michael E. Henry, Kiyoshi Sakamoto, and Robert E. Humphreys

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Differential effect of TPA and n-butyrate on induction of Ii and EBV antigens in the P3HR-1 lymphoblastoid cell line, Takeshi Sairenji, Robert Christopher Spiro, and Robert E. Humphreys

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Renin-angiotensin system in hypophysectomized rats. I. Control of blood pressure, Claude Demosthene Simon, Thomas W. Honeyman, and John Fray

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Enhanced Ii expression after n-butyrate treatment of a P3HR-1 Burkitt's lymphoma subline which does not express HLA-D, Robert Christopher Spiro, Takeshi Sairenji, and Robert E. Humphreys

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Identification of hairy cell leukemia subset defining p35 as the human homologue of Ii, Robert C. Spiro, Takeshi Sairenji, and Robert E. Humphreys

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Role of natural killer cells in virus infections of mice, Raymond M. Welsh, Christine A. Biron, Jack F. Bukowski, Kim W. McIntyre, and Hyekyung Yang

Publications from 1983

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Elevated natural killer cell-mediated cytotoxicity, plasma interferon, and tumor cell rejection in mice persistently infected with lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus, Jack F. Bukowski, Christine A. Biron, and Raymond M. Welsh

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Natural killer cell depletion enhances virus synthesis and virus-induced hepatitis in vivo, Jack F. Bukowski, Bruce A. Woda, Sonoku Habu, Ko Okumura, and Raymond M. Welsh

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Restrictions upon Epstein-Barr virus infection of the leukemic cell are demonstrated in patients with hairy cell leukemia, Takeshi Sairenji, Patricia S. Reisert, Robert Christopher Spiro, Carel Mulder, and Robert E. Humphreys

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Analysis of transformation with Epstein-Barr virus and phenotypic characteristics of lymphoblastoid cell lines established from patients with hairy cell leukemia, Takeshi Sairenji, Robert Christopher Spiro, Patricia S. Reisert, Louise Paquin, Kiyoshi Sakamoto, Atsushi Shibuya, John L. Sullivan, Isao Katayama, and Robert E. Humphreys

Publications from 1982

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Construction of cloned libraries from RNA of human fetal tissues, David M. Kurnit, Bruce Martin Wentworth, L. De Long, and Lydia Villa-Komarof

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Epstein-Barr virus strain-specific differences in transformed cell lines demonstrated in growth characteristics, induction of viral antigens and ADCC susceptibility, Takeshi Sairenji, Wendy Jones, Robert Christopher Spiro, Patricia S. Reisert, and Robert E. Humphreys

Publications from 1981

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A hypersensitivity of glycogen phosphorylase activation in hearts of diabetic rats, Thomas B. Miller, M Praderio, Charles Daniel Wolleben, and J Bullman

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Differences in synthesis of membrane proteins by leukemic cells from spleen and peripheral blood indicate distinct subsets of malignant cells in a patient with prolymphocytic leukemia, Robert Christopher Spiro, Jack E. Ansell, Isao Katayama, Kamala Muralidharan, John L. Sullivan, and Robert E. Humphreys

Publications from 1980

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Subsets of hairy cell leukemia defined by unique membrane proteins, Robert Christopher Spiro, Motohiko Aiba, Isao Katayama, Philip P. Raffa, Kiyoshi Sakamoto, David T. Purtilo, John L. Sullivan, and Robert E. Humphreys

Publications from 1979

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Comparison of membrane proteins of Burkitt's lymphoma and EBV-transformed B lymphoblast cell lines and of Con A-activated T lymphocytes and T lymphoblast cell lines, Robert Christopher Spiro, James L. DeMartino, William 0. Boto, Herbert Lazarus, and Robert E. Humphreys

Publications from 1978

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Heterogeneity in the membrane proteins of human lymphoid cell lines as seen in sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide electrophoresis slab gels, Kevin M. Rogan, Thomas J. Faldetta, William 0. Boto, John J. Aiken, James L. DeMartino, Rawleigh C. Howe, Robert Christopher Spiro, and Robert E. Humphreys