Sherry Holbus

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Previous studies using keratinocytes from epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR)-deficient mice revealed that the EGFR is not required for papilloma formation initiated by a mutant rasHa gene, although the tumors that develop are very small (A. A. Dlugosz et aL, Cancer Res., 57: 3180-3188, 1997). The current study used a combination of bromodeoxyuridine(More)
Previous studies using keratinocytes from epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR)-deficient mice revealed that the EGFR is not required for papilloma formation initiated by a mutant ras gene, although the tumors that develop are very small (A. A. Dlugosz et al., Cancer Res., 57: 3180–3188, 1997). The current study used a combination of bromodeoxyuridine(More)
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