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The International Journal of Molecular Medicine is a monthly, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the publication of high quality studies related to the molecular mechanisms of human disease. The journal welcomes research on all aspects of molecular and clinical research, ranging from biochemistry to immunology, pathology, genetics, human genomics, microbiology, molecular pathogenesis, molecular cardiology, molecular surgery and molecular psychology.

The International Journal of Molecular Medicine aims to provide an insight for researchers within the community in regard to developing molecular tools and identifying molecular targets for the diagnosis and treatment of a diverse number of human diseases.

Publisher: Spandidos Publications

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Volume 1, Number 4, 1 April 1998

Articles

The human polyomavirus, JCV, and neurological diseases (review).
pp. 647-702(56)
Authors: Gordon, J; Khalili, K

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Retinal pigment epithelial cell-based gene therapy against hemoglobin toxicity.
pp. 657-720(64)
Authors: Abraham, N G; Da Silva, J L; Dunn, M W; Kigasawa, K; Shibahara, S

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Identification of a novel Rac3-interacting protein C1D.
pp. 665-735(71)
Authors: Haataja, L; Groffen, J; Heisterkamp, N

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Retrovirus-mediated gene therapy for human hepatocellular carcinoma transplanted in athymic mice.
pp. 671-676(6)
Authors: Ueki, T; Nakata, K; Mawatari, F; Tsuruta, S; Ido, A; Ishikawa, H; Nakao, K; Kato, Y; Ishii, N; Eguchi, K

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Cationic trypsinogen produced by human pancreatic ductal cancer has the characteristics of spontaneous activation and gelatinolytic activity in the presence of proton.
pp. 689-781(93)
Authors: Ohta, T; Tajima, H; Fushida, S; Kitagawa, H; Kayahara, M; Nagakawa, T; Miwa, K; Yamamoto, M; Numata, M; Nakanuma, Y; Kitamura, Y; Terada, T

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Conjugate chemistry, iodination and cellular binding of mEGF-dextran-tyrosine: preclinical tests in preparation for clinical trials.
pp. 693-1395(703)
Authors: Zhao; Blomquist; Bolander; Gedda; Hartvig; Janson; Lundqvist; Mellstedt; Nilsson; Nistèr; Sundin; Tolmachev; Westlin; Carlsson

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Determination of p53 protein and high-risk human papillomavirus DNA in carcinomas of the renal pelvis and ureter.
pp. 703-710(8)
Authors: Kuwahara, M; Fujisaki, N; Kagawa, S; Furihata, M; Ohtsuki, Y

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ATP synthesis and export in heart left ventricle mitochondria from spontaneously hypertensive rat.
pp. 709-725(17)
Authors: Atlante, A; Seccia, T M; Pierro, P; Vulpis, V; Marra, E; Pirrelli, A; Passarella, S

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A novel nuclear substructure, ND10: distribution in normal and neoplastic human tissues.
pp. 717-741(25)
Authors: Cho, Y; Lee, I; Maul, G G; Yu, E

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Black tea theaflavins induce programmed cell death in cultured human stomach cancer cells.
pp. 725-732(8)
Authors: Hibasami, H; Komiya, T; Achiwa, Y; Ohnishi, K; Kojima, T; Nakanishi, K; Sugimoto, Y; Hasegawa, M; Akatsuka, R; Hara, Y

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Lymph nodes and human tumors (review).
pp. 729-762(34)
Authors: Lores; García-Estevez; Arias

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Epidermal growth factor downregulates the expression of SH-PTP2.
pp. 735-744(10)
Authors: Kamer, A R; Hoghooghi, S A; Liebow, C

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Effect of dietary phytochemicals on cancer development (review)
pp. 747-800(54)
Authors: Waladkhani; Clemens

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Bcl-2 protein and apoptosis in pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
pp. 755-764(10)
Authors: Srinivas, G; Kusumakumary, P; Nair, M K; Panicker, K R; Pillai, M R

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Keratinocyte growth inhibition by streptococcal proteins.
pp. 761-766(6)
Authors: Wollina; Hoffmann; Prochnau; Hipler; Knöll; Buslau; Schmidt

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Specificity of polyclonal anti-p53 IgG for isolation of the soluble p53 antigen from human serum.
pp. 767-837(71)
Authors: Sandler, B; Smirnoff, P; Tendelr, Y; Zinder, O; Zusman, R; Zusman, I

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Association of N-acetyllactosamine with tumor progression in human breast cancer: a study using a 16 kDa chick embryo lectin.
pp. 771-776(6)
Authors: Henou; Didier; De Latour; Kwiatkowski; Communal; Besse; Bignon

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