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THE EPIGENETIC READER BRD4 SERVES AS A NOVEL MARKER AND TARGET IN AGGRESSIVE SYSTEMIC MASTOCYTOSIS AND MAST CELL LEUKEMIA
Wedeh G,
Cerny-Reiterer S,
Hadzijusufovic E,
Herrmann H,
Blatt K,
Eisenwort G,
Hoermann G,
Sperr WR,
Muellauer L,
Vakoc CR,
Bradner JE,
Horny H,
Zuber J,
Arock M,
Valent P

Haematologica
  99 (0): 514-515; Jun 2014   ThomsonReuters
[Full Text]

Small-molecule inhibition of BRD4 as a new potent approach to eliminate leukemic stem- and progenitor cells in acute myeloid leukemia (AML)
Herrmann H,
Blatt K,
Shi J,
Gleixner KV,
Cerny-Reiterer S,
Müllauer L,
Vakoc CR,
Sperr WR,
Horny HP,
Bradner JE,
Zuber J,
Valent P

Oncotarget
  3 (12): 1588-1599; Dec 2012  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Small-Molecule Inhibition of BRD4 Is a Novel Promising Approach to Therapeutically Target Leukemia Stem Cells in AML
Herrmann H,
Blatt K,
Shi JW,
Rappaport AR,
Gleixner KV,
Cerny-Reiterer S,
Peter B,
Wang E,
Sperr WR,
Bradner JE,
Lowe SW,
Vakoc CR,
Zuber J,
Valent P

Blood
  118 (21): 1487-1487; Nov 2011  
[Full Text]

Role of the HCF-1 Basic Region in Sustaining Cell Proliferation
Mangone M,
Myers MP,
Herr W

PLoS ONE
  5 (2): e9020; Feb 2010   PMCID: PMC2814863
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text] [PDF]

Epigenetic Regulation of Histone H3 Serine 10 Phosphorylation Status by HCF-1 Proteins in C. elegans and Mammalian Cells
Lee S,
Horn V,
Julien E,
Liu Y,
Wysocka J,
Bowerman B,
Hengartner MO,
Herr W

PLoS ONE
  2 (11): e1213; Nov 28 2007   PMCID: PMC2082077
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text] [PDF]

E2F Activation of S Phase Promoters via Association with HCF-1 and the MLL Family of Histone H3K4 Methyltransferases
Tyagi S,
Chabes AL,
Wysocka J,
Herr W

Mol Cell
  27 (1): 107-119; Jul 6 2007  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text] [PDF]

Thick tassel dwarf1 encodes a putative maize ortholog of the Arabidopsis CLAVATA1 leucine-rich repeat receptor-like kinase
Bommert P,
Lunde C,
Nardmann J,
Vollbrecht E,
Running M,
Jackson D,
Hake S,
Werr W

Development
  132 (6): 1235-1245; Mar 2005  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text]

Mutational analysis of BTAF1-TBP interaction: BTAF1 can rescue DNA-binding defective TBP mutants
Klejman MP,
Zhao XM,
van Schaik FM,
Herr W,
Timmers HT

Nucleic Acids Research
  33 (17): 5426-5436; 2005  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Leukemia proto-oncoprotein MLL forms a SET1-like histone methyltransferase complex with menin to regulate Hox gene expression
Yokoyama A,
Wang Z,
Wysocka J,
Sanyal M,
Aufiero DJ,
Kitabayashi I,
Herr W,
Cleary ML

Molecular and Cellular Biology
  24 (13): 5639-5649; Jul 2004  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

A switch in mitotic histone H4 lysine 20 methylation status is linked to M phase defects upon loss of HCF-1
Julien E,
Herr W

Mol Cell
  14 (6): 713-25; Jun 18 2004  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [PDF]

A nonconserved surface of the TFIIB zinc ribbon domain plays a direct role in RNA polymerase II recruitment
Tubon TC,
Tansey WP,
Herr W

Molecular and Cellular Biology
  24 (7): 2863-2874; Apr 2004  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text] [PDF]

Role of the inhibitory DNA-binding surface of human TATA-binding protein in recruitment of human TFIIB family members
Zhao X,
Herr W

Mol Cell Biol
  23 (22): 8152-60; Nov 2003  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

The herpes simplex virus VP16-induced complex: the makings of a regulatory switch
Wysocka J,
Herr W

Trends Biochem Sci
  28 (6): 294-304; Jun 2003  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text]

Proteolytic processing is necessary to separate and ensure proper cell growth and cytokinesis functions of HCF-1
Julien E,
Herr W

Embo Journal
  22 (10): 2360-2369; May 2003  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Human Sin3 deacetylase and trithorax-related Set1/Ash2 histone H3-K4 methyltransferase are tethered together selectively by the cell-proliferation factor HCF-1
Wysocka J,
Myers MP,
Laherty CD,
Eisenman RN,
Herr W

Genes Dev
  17 (7): 896-911; Apr 1 2003  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text]

A shared surface of TBP directs RNA polymerase II and III transcription via association with different TFIIB family members
Zhao XM,
Schramm L,
Hernandez N,
Herr W

Molecular Cell
  11 (1): 151-161; Jan 2003  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text]

Cell-cycle functions of the herpes simplex virus host cell factor HCF-1
Julien E,
Tseng B,
Lee S,
Herr W

Molecular Biology of the Cell
  13 (0): 437A-437A; Nov 2002  
[Full Text]

Inactivation of the retinoblastoma protein family can bypass the HCF-1 defect in tsBN67 cell proliferation and cytokinesis
Reilly PT,
Wysocka J,
Herr W

Molecular and Cellular Biology
  22 (19): 6767-6778; Oct 2002  
[Full Text]

Spontaneous reversion of tsBN67 cell proliferation and cytokinesis defects in the absence of HCF-1 function
Reilly PT,
Herr W

Experimental Cell Research
  277 (1): 119-130; Jul 2002  
[Full Text]

A regulated two-step mechanism of TBP binding to DNA: A solvent-exposed surface of TBP inhibits TATA box recognition
Zhao XM,
Herr W

Cell
  108 (5): 615-627; Mar 2002  
[Full Text]

Stabilization but not the transcriptional activity of herpes simplex virus VP16-induced complexes is evolutionarily conserved among HCF family members
Lee S,
Herr W

Journal of Virology
  75 (24): 12402-12411; Dec 2001  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text]

DNA recognition by the herpes simplex virus transactivator VP16: a novel DNA-Binding structure
Babb R,
Huang CC,
Aufiero DJ,
Herr W

Molecular and Cellular Biology
  21 (14): 4700-4712; Jul 2001  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Loss of HCF-1-chromatin association precedes temperature-induced growth arrest of tsBN67 cells
Wysocka J,
Reilly PT,
Herr W

Molecular and Cellular Biology
  21 (11): 3820-3829; Jun 2001  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text]

Developmental and cell-cycle regulation of Caenorhabditis elegans HCF phosphorylation
Wysocka J,
Liu Y,
Kobayashi R,
Herr W

Biochemistry
  40 (19): 5786-5794; May 2001  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

A four-year Ph.D. degree in the biological sciences
Herr W

Faseb Journal
  15 (5): A865-A865; Mar 2001  
[Full Text]

HCF-1 amino- and carboxy-terminal subunit association through two separate sets of interaction modules: Involvement of fibronectin type 3 repeats
Wilson AC,
Boutros M,
Johnson KM,
Herr W

Molecular and Cellular Biology
  20 (18): 6721-6730; Sep 2000  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Crystal structure of the conserved core of the herpes simplex virus transcriptional regulatory protein VP16
Liu Y,
Gong W,
Huang CC,
Herr W,
Cheng X

Genes Dev
  13 (13): 1692-703; Jul 1 1999  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Selected elements of herpes simplex virus accessory factor HCF are highly conserved in Caenorhabditis elegans
Liu Y,
Hengartner MO,
Herr W

Mol Cell Biol
  19 (1): 909-15; Jan 1999  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

The mouse telomerase RNA 5-end lies just upstream of the telomerase template sequence
Hinkley CS,
Blasco MA,
Funk WD,
Feng J,
Villeponteau B,
Greider CW,
Herr W

Nucleic Acids Res
  26 (2): 532-6; Jan 15 1998  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

The herpes simplex virus VP16-induced complex: mechanisms of combinatorial transcriptional regulation
Herr W

Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol
  63 (0): 599-607; 1998  
[Full Text]

Viral mimicry: common mode of association with HCF by VP16 and the cellular protein LZIP
Freiman RN,
Herr W

Genes Dev
  11 (23): 3122-7; Dec 1 1997  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

OCA-B is a functional analog of VP16 but targets a separate surface of the Oct-1 POU domain
Babb R,
Cleary MA,
Herr W

Mol Cell Biol
  17 (12): 7295-305; Dec 1997  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

VP16 targets an amino-terminal domain of HCF involved in cell cycle progression
Wilson AC,
Freiman RN,
Goto H,
Nishimoto T,
Herr W

Mol Cell Biol
  17 (10): 6139-46; Oct 1997  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Structural flexibility in transcription complex formation revealed by protein-DNA photocrosslinking
Cleary MA,
Pendergrast PS,
Herr W

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  94 (16): 8450-5; Aug 5 1997  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Interdigitated residues within a small region of VP16 interact with Oct-1, HCF, and DNA
Lai JS,
Herr W

Mol Cell Biol
  17 (7): 3937-46; Jul 1997  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

TAFs: guilt by association?
Tansey WP,
Herr W

Cell
  88 (6): 729-32; Mar 21 1997  
[DOI] [Full Text]

N-Oct 5 is generated by in vitro proteolysis of the neural POU-domain protein N-Oct 3
Atanasoski S,
Schreiber E,
Fontana A,
Herr W

Oncogene
  14 (11): 1287-94; Mar 20 1997  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Differential control of transcription by homologous homeodomain coregulators
Huang CC,
Herr W

Mol Cell Biol
  16 (6): 2967-76; Jun 1996  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

The Oct-2 glutamine-rich and proline-rich activation domains can synergize with each other or duplicates of themselves to activate transcription
Tanaka M,
Clouston WM,
Herr W

Mol Cell Biol
  14 (9): 6046-55; Sep 1994  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text]

Reconstitution of transcriptional activation domains by reiteration of short peptide segments reveals the modular organization of a glutamine-rich activation domain
Tanaka M,
Herr W

Mol Cell Biol
  14 (9): 6056-67; Sep 1994  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text]

Crystal-Structure of the Oct-1 Pou Domain Bound to an Octamer Site - DNA Recognition with Tethered DNA-Binding Modules
Klemm JD,
Rould MA,
Aurora R,
Herr W,
Pabo CO

Cell
  77 (1): 21-32; Apr 1994  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text]

Functional Specificity of Promoter Selective Activation Domains
Das G,
Hinkley C,
Tanaka M,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
  (0): 29-29; Feb 1994  


Detailed Mutagenesis of a Reiterated 18-Amino-Acid Glutamine-Rich Activation Domain
Hinkley CS,
Tanaka M,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
  (0): 31-31; Feb 1994  


In-Vivo Analysis of the Human Tata-Binding Protein - Surfaces Required for Activated Transcription in Human-Cells
Tansey WP,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
  (0): 38-38; Feb 1994  


Enhanced activation of the human histone H2B promoter by an Oct-1 variant generated by alternative splicing
Das G,
Herr W

J Biol Chem
  268 (33): 25026-32; Nov 25 1993  
[Abstract]


The VP16 accessory protein HCF is a family of polypeptides processed from a large precursor protein
Wilson AC,
LaMarco K,
Peterson MG,
Herr W

Cell
  74 (1): 115-25; Jul 16 1993  
[Abstract]


The Solution Structure of the Oct-1 Pou-Specific Domain Reveals a Striking Similarity to the Bacteriophage-Lambda Repressor DNA-Binding Domain
Assamunt N,
Mortishiresmith RJ,
Aurora R,
Herr W,
Wright PE

Cell
  73 (1): 193-205; Apr 1993  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

The Sv40 Enhancer - Transcriptional Regulation through a Hierarchy of Combinatorial Interactions
Herr W

Seminars in Virology
  4 (1): 3-13; Feb 1993  
[Full Text]

Combinatorial control of transcription: the herpes simplex virus VP16-induced complex
Wilson AC,
Cleary MA,
Lai JS,
LaMarco K,
Peterson MG,
Herr W

Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol
  58 (0): 167-78; 1993  


Transcriptional Activation of Messenger-Rna Promoters by the Octamer Motif in Nonlymphoid Cells
Thomann W,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
  (0): 94-94; Jan 1993  
[Full Text]

A Single Amino-Acid Exchange Transfers Vp16-Induced Positive Control from the Oct-1 to the Oct-2 Homeodomain
Lai JS,
Cleary MA,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
  (0): 81-81; Jan 1993  
[Full Text]

Selective Positive Control of a Homeodomain Protein - Vp16 Recruits Oct-1 but Not Oct-2 to an Oct-U Responsive Site
Cleary MA,
Stern S,
Tanaka M,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
  (0): 104-104; Jan 1993  
[Full Text]

Differential positive control by Oct-1 and Oct-2: activation of a transcriptionally silent motif through Oct-1 and VP16 corecruitment
Cleary MA,
Stern S,
Tanaka M,
Herr W

Genes Dev
  7 (1): 72-83; Jan 1993  
[Abstract]


The Kb Enhancer Motifs in Human-Immunodeficiency-Virus Type-1 and Simian Virus-40 Recognize Different Binding Activities in Human Jurkat and H9 T-Cells - Evidence for Nf-Kb-Independent Activation of the Kb Motif
Phares W,
Franza BR,
Herr W

Journal of Virology
  66 (12): 7490-7498; Dec 1992  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Ethidium bromide provides a simple tool for identifying genuine DNA-independent protein associations
Lai JS,
Herr W

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  89 (15): 6958-62; Aug 1 1992  
[Abstract]


Promoter-Selective Activation Domains in Oct-1 and Oct-2 Direct Differential Activation of an Snrna and Messenger-Rna Promoter
Tanaka M,
Lai JS,
Herr W

Cell
  68 (4): 755-767; Feb 1992  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Segments of the POU domain influence one anothers DNA-binding specificity
Aurora R,
Herr W

Mol Cell Biol
  12 (2): 455-67; Feb 1992  
[Abstract]


Fluorescence Analysis of the Recognition of DNA Target Sequences by Oct-1, a Pou Class Homeodomain Protein
Aurora R,
Herr W,
Porter D,
Knutson JR,
Hensley P

Faseb Journal
  6 (1): A487-A487; Jan 1992  
[Full Text]

The herpes simplex virus trans-activator VP16 recognizes the Oct-1 homeo domain: evidence for a homeo domain recognition subdomain
Stern S,
Herr W

Genes Dev
  5 (12): 2555-66; Dec 1991  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Functional similarities between human immunodeficiency virus type 1 and simian virus 40 kappa B proto-enhancers
Phares W,
Herr W

J Virol
  65 (5): 2200-10; May 1991  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Gene Activation - an Agent of Suppression
Herr W

Nature
  350 (6319): 554-555; Apr 1991  
[Full Text]

Stable growth of simian virus 40 recombinants containing multimerized enhancers
Ondek B,
Herr W

J Virol
  65 (3): 1596-9; Mar 1991  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Interactions of the Transcriptional Transactivator Vp16 with the Oct-1 Homeodomain DNA and Hcf
Stern S,
Herr W

Journal of Biomolecular Structure Dynamics
  8 (6): A217; 1991  


Mechanisms of Transcriptional Activation by Pou Homeodomain Proteins Oct-1 and Oct-2
Herr W,
Aurora R,
Cleary M,
Das G,
Stern S,
Tanaka M

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry - Supplement.(15 PART A)
  (0): 162; 1991  


Regulation of Eukaryotic Rna Polymerase Ii Transcription by Sequence-Specific DNA-Binding Proteins
Herr W
In:
The hormonal control of gene transcription
(eds. Cohen, P. Foulkes, J. G) Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Pub; 1991. 6: 25-26  


Oct-1 Binds to Diverse Target Sequences through Interactions with Multiple Regions of the Pou-Domain
Aurora R,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry - Supplement.(15 PART G)
  (0): 170; 1991  


The Gene for the Ubiquitous Octamer-Binding Protein Oct-1 Is on Human Chromosome-1, Region Cen-Q32, and near Ly-22 and Ltw-4 on Mouse Chromosome-1
Hsieh CL,
Sturm R,
Herr W,
Francke U

Genomics
  6 (4): 666-672; Apr 1990  
[Full Text]

Differential transcriptional activation by Oct-1 and Oct-2: interdependent activation domains induce Oct-2 phosphorylation
Tanaka M,
Herr W

Cell
  60 (3): 375-86; Feb 9 1990  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Relationship between the Kb Sites in the Hiv and Sv-40 Transcriptional Enhancers
Phares W,
Franza R,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry - Supplement.(14 PART D)
  (0): 125; 1990  


The Oct-1 homoeodomain directs formation of a multiprotein-DNA complex with the HSV transactivator VP16
Stern S,
Tanaka M,
Herr W

Nature
  341 (6243): 624-30; Oct 19 1989  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

The Gene for the Ubiquitous Octamer-Binding Protein Oct-1 Is on Human Chromosome-1, Region Cen-Q32, and on Mouse Chromosome-1
Hsieh CL,
Sturm R,
Herr W,
Francke U

Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics
  51 (1): 1016-1016; 1989  
[Full Text]

The POU domain is a bipartite DNA-binding structure
Sturm RA,
Herr W

Nature
  336 (6199): 601-4; Dec 8 1988  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Activation of the U2 snRNA promoter by the octamer motif defines a new class of RNA polymerase II enhancer elements
Tanaka M,
Grossniklaus U,
Herr W,
Hernandez N

Genes Dev
  2 (12): 1764-78; Dec 1988  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

The ubiquitous octamer-binding protein Oct-1 contains a POU domain with a homeo box subdomain
Sturm RA,
Das G,
Herr W

Genes Dev
  2 (12): 1582-99; Dec 1988  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

The POU domain: a large conserved region in the mammalian pit-1, oct-1, oct-2, and Caenorhabditis elegans unc-86 gene products
Herr W,
Sturm RA,
Clerc RG,
Corcoran LM,
Baltimore D,
Sharp PA,
Ingraham HA,
Rosenfeld MG,
Finney M,
Ruvkun G,
et al.

Genes Dev
  2 (12): 1513-6; Dec 1988  
[Full Text]

OBP100 binds remarkably degenerate octamer motifs through specific interactions with flanking sequences
Baumruker T,
Sturm R,
Herr W

Genes Dev
  2 (11): 1400-13; Nov 1988  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Simian virus 40 revertant enhancers exhibit restricted host ranges for enhancer function
Shepard A,
Clarke J,
Herr W

J Virol
  62 (9): 3364-70; Sep 1988  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

The SV40 enhancer contains two distinct levels of organization
Ondek B,
Gloss L,
Herr W

Nature
  333 (6168): 40-5; May 5 1988  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Sv-40 Revertant Enhancers Exhibit Restricted Host Ranges for Enhancer Function
Shepard A,
Clarke J,
Herr W

Journal of Virology
  62 (9): 3364-3370; 1988  
[Abstract]


Sv-40 Enhancer Elements Are Composed on Interchangeable Subunits
Ondek B,
Gloss L,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry - Supplement.(12 PART D)
  (0): 217; 1988  


A 100-kD HeLa cell octamer binding protein (OBP100) interacts differently with two separate octamer-related sequences within the SV40 enhancer
Sturm R,
Baumruker T,
Franza BR,
Herr W

Genes Dev
  1 (10): 1147-60; Dec 1987  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Activation of mutated simian virus 40 enhancers by amplification of wild-type enhancer elements
Clarke J,
Herr W

J Virol
  61 (11): 3536-42; Nov 1987  
[Abstract]
[Full Text]

Discrete Elements within the Sv40 Enhancer Region Display Different Cell-Specific Enhancer Activities
Ondek B,
Shepard A,
Herr W

Embo Journal
  6 (4): 1017-1025; Apr 1987  
[Full Text]

DNA-Protein Interactions within Functional Elements of the Sv40 Enhancer
Sturm R,
Ondek B,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
  (0): 116-116; 1987  
[Full Text]

The Sv40 Enhancer Is Composed of Multiple Functional Elements That Can Compensate for One Another
Herr W,
Clarke J

Cell
  45 (3): 461-470; May 1986  
[Full Text]

Multiple Copies of an Sv40 Enhancer Core-17mer Element Confer Transcriptional Activation
Ondek B,
Herr W

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
  (0): 122-122; 1986  
[Full Text]

Duplications within Mutated Sv-40 Enhancers That Restore Enhancer Function
Herr W,
Clarke J,
Ondek B,
Shepard A,
Fox H
In:
DNA tumor viruses : control of gene expression and replication
(eds. Botchan, M. Grodzicker, T. Sharp, P. A.) Cold Spring Harbor, NY: Cold Spring Harbor L; 1986. 4: 95-102  


Multiple Elements within the Sv40 Enhancer Can Function Independently and Compensate for One Another
Herr W,
Clarke J,
Fox H,
Ondek B,
Shepard A

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
  (0): 82-82; 1986  
[Full Text]

Multiple Elements within the Sv-40 Enhancer Can Function Independently and Compensate for One Another
Err W,
Clarke J,
Fox H,
Ondek B,
Shepard A

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry - Supplement.(10 PART D)
  (0): 82; 1986  


Sequence Duplications That Reactivate Mutated Sv-40 Enhancer Elements
Herr W,
Clarke J,
Gluzman Y
In:
Eukaryotic transcription : the role of cis- and trans-acting elements in initiation
(ed. Gluzman, Y.) Cold Spring Harbor, NY: Cold Spring Harbor L; 1985. : 27-32  


Duplications of a Mutated Simian Virus-40 Enhancer Restore Its Activity
Herr W,
Gluzman Y

Nature
  313 (6004): 711-714; 1985  
[Full Text]

Diethyl Pyrocarbonate - a Chemical Probe for Secondary Structure in Negatively Supercoiled DNA
Herr W

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  82 (23): 8009-8013; 1985  
[Full Text]

Nucleotide Sequence of Akv Murine Leukemia Virus
Herr W

Journal of Virology
  49 (2): 471-478; 1984  
[Abstract]


Isolation and Mapping of Complementary DNA Hybridization Probes Specific for Ecotropic and Nonecotropic Murine Leukemia Pro Viruses
Herr W,
Schwartz D,
Gilbert W

Virology
  125 (1): 139-154; 1983  
[Abstract]


Mono Clonal Akr-J Thymic Leukemias Contain Multiple Heavy Chain Immuno Globulin J Segment Gene Rearrangements
Herr W,
Perlmutter AP,
Gilbert W

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  80 (24): 7433-7436; 1983  
[Abstract]


Somatically Acquired Recombinant Murine Leukemia Pro Viruses in Thymic Leukemias of Akr-J Mice
Herr W,
Gilbert W

Journal of Virology
  46 (1): 70-82; 1983  
[Abstract]



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