Alteration of jun proto-oncogene status by plasmid transfection affects growth of human ovarian cancer cells.

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The AP-1 transcription factor (the Jun and Fos proteins) is suspected of playing an important role in the biology of human cancer. Human epithelial ovarian tumors and cancer cell lines express the c-jun and jun-B proto-oncogenes at a high level, in contrast with the jun-D gene. We have investigated here the functional relevance of these observations for the… (More)

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@article{Neyns1999AlterationOJ, title={Alteration of jun proto-oncogene status by plasmid transfection affects growth of human ovarian cancer cells.}, author={Bart Neyns and Erik Teugels and Christelle Nguyen Bourgain and M Birrerand and Jacques L P De Gr{\`e}ve}, journal={International journal of cancer}, year={1999}, volume={82 5}, pages={687-93} }