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Eating to exit: autophagy-enabled senescence revealed
White E,
Lowe SW

Genes Dev
  23 (7): 784-787; Apr 2009  
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The G protein alpha subunit (GP alpha1) is associated with the ER and the plasma membrane in meristematic cells of Arabidopsis and cauliflower
Weiss CA,
White E,
Huang H,
Ma H

FEBS Lett
  407 (3): 361-7; May 5 1997  
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The Adenovirus E1a Proteins Induce Apoptosis, Which Is Inhibited by the E1b 19-Kda and Bcl-2 Proteins
Rao L,
Debbas M,
Sabbatini P,
Hockenbery D,
Korsmeyer S,
White E

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  89 (16): 7742-7746; Aug 1992  
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The 19-Kilodalton Adenovirus E1b Transforming Protein Inhibits Programmed Cell-Death and Prevents Cytolysis by Tumor-Necrosis-Factor-Alpha
White E,
Sabbatini P,
Debbas M,
Wold WS,
Kusher DI,
Gooding LR

Molecular and Cellular Biology
  12 (6): 2570-2580; Jun 1992  
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Adenovirus E1B 19-kilodalton protein overcomes the cytotoxicity of E1A proteins
White E,
Cipriani R,
Sabbatini P,
Denton A

J Virol
  65 (6): 2968-78; Jun 1991  
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Specific Disruption of Intermediate Filaments and the Nuclear Lamina by the 19-Kilodalton Product of the Adenovirus E1b Oncogene
White E,
Cipriani R

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry - Supplement.(14 PART A)
  (0): 233; 1990  


Role of adenovirus E1B proteins in transformation: altered organization of intermediate filaments in transformed cells that express the 19-kilodalton protein
White E,
Cipriani R

Molecular Cellular Biology
  10 (1): 120-30; Jan 1990  
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Specific disruption of intermediate filaments and the nuclear lamina by the 19-kDa product of the adenovirus E1B oncogene
White E,
Cipriani R

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  86 (24): 9886-90; Dec 1989  
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Differential distribution of the adenovirus E1A proteins and colocalization of E1A with the 70-kilodalton cellular heat shock protein in infected cells
White E,
Spector D,
Welch W

J Virol
  62 (11): 4153-66; Nov 1988  
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Role of the adenovirus E1B 19,000-dalton tumor antigen in regulating early gene expression
White E,
Denton A,
Stillman BW

J Virol
  62 (9): 3445-54; Sep 1988  
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Expression of adenovirus E1B mutant phenotypes is dependent on the host cell and on synthesis of E1A proteins
White E,
Stillman B

J Virol
  61 (2): 426-35; Feb 1987  
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Biochemical and Genetic Approaches to Microtubule Function in Dictyostelium-Discoideum
White E,
Katz ER

Methods in Cell Biology
  28 (0): 245-259; 1987  
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Regulation of Adenovirus Early Gene-Expression by the E1b 19k Tumor-Antigen
White E,
Denton A,
Stillman B

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
  (0): 152-152; 1987  
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Association of the Hsp70 Heat Shock Protein with Adenovirus E1a Proteins in Infected Cells
Spector DL,
White E,
Welch WJ

Journal of Cell Biology
  105 (4): 108A; 1987  


Regulation of Adenovirus Gene-Expression in Human Wi38 Cells by an E1b-Encoded Tumor-Antigen
White E,
Faha B,
Stillman B

Molecular and Cellular Biology
  6 (11): 3763-3773; Nov 1986  
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A role for a nuclear envelope localized adenovirus tumor antigen in virus mediated transformation and lytic infection
White E,
Stillman BW
In:
Nuclear envelope structure and RNA maturation : proceedings of a symposium held in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January 12-19, 1985
(eds. Smuckler Edward A. Clawson, Gary A.) New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.; 1985. 26: 137-164  


Mutations in the Gene Encoding the Adenovirus Early Region-1b 19,000-Molecular-Weight Tumor-Antigen Cause the Degradation of Chromosomal DNA
White E,
Grodzicker T,
Stillman BW

Journal of Virology
  52 (2): 410-419; 1984  
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Nuclear-Envelope Localization of an Adenovirus Tumor-Antigen Maintains the Integrity of Cellular DNA
White E,
Blose SH,
Stillman BW

Molecular and Cellular Biology
  4 (12): 2865-2875; 1984  
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Independent Mutations in Adenovirus Type 2 Ts-111 Cause Degradation of Cellular DNA and Defective Viral DNA Replication
Stillman BW,
White E,
Grodzicker T

Journal of Virology
  50 (2): 598-605; 1984  
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