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Structure and function of transferrin receptors and their relationship to cell growth.
Trowbridge IS, Shackelford DA. Trowbridge IS, et al. Biochem Soc Symp. 1986;51:117-29. Biochem Soc Symp. 1986. PMID: 3545211 Review.
The receptor is a major immunodominant cell surface glycoprotein of cultured cells and its expression on the cell surface is co-ordinately regulated with cell growth. ...
The receptor is a major immunodominant cell surface glycoprotein of cultured cells and its expression on the cell surface is c …
Biosynthesis of the human transferrin receptor in cultured cells.
Omary MB, Trowbridge IS. Omary MB, et al. J Biol Chem. 1981 Dec 25;256(24):12888-92. J Biol Chem. 1981. PMID: 6273413
It is shown that fatty acid is associated with only the mature form of the receptor and that addition of fatty acid to the receptor and that addition of fatty acid to the receptor can occur as long as 48 h after synthesis. ...The protein moiety of the transferrin re …
It is shown that fatty acid is associated with only the mature form of the receptor and that addition of fatty acid to the rec …
Identification of the intermolecular disulfide bonds of the human transferrin receptor and its lipid-attachment site.
Jing SQ, Trowbridge IS. Jing SQ, et al. EMBO J. 1987 Feb;6(2):327-31. EMBO J. 1987. PMID: 3582362 Free PMC article.
Structural studies of the human transferrin receptor have shown that the molecule is a disulfide-bonded dimer consisting of two identical subunits (Mr = 95,000) which are post-translationally modified by the addition of a fatty acyl moiety. ...Each of the mutant molecules …
Structural studies of the human transferrin receptor have shown that the molecule is a disulfide-bonded dimer consisting of two ident …
Selection and properties of a mouse L-cell transformant expressing human transferrin receptor.
Newman R, Domingo D, Trotter J, Trowbridge I. Newman R, et al. Nature. 1983 Aug 18-24;304(5927):643-5. doi: 10.1038/304643a0. Nature. 1983. PMID: 6308476
Furthermore, it is unresolved whether all cell types express structurally identical transferrin receptors. To study these problems, and as an initial step towards cloning the transferrin receptor gene, we describe here the derivation of mouse L-cell transformants expressin …
Furthermore, it is unresolved whether all cell types express structurally identical transferrin receptors. To study these problems, a …
Effects of anti-transferrin receptor antibodies on growth of normal and malignant myeloid cells.
Taetle R, Honeysett JM, Trowbridge I. Taetle R, et al. Int J Cancer. 1983 Sep 15;32(3):343-9. doi: 10.1002/ijc.2910320314. Int J Cancer. 1983. PMID: 6309680
Overall, no selectivity for malignant vs normal cells is apparent, although malignant cells from one individual were more sensitive to colony inhibition by 43/31 monoclonal antibody than normal CFU-GM....
Overall, no selectivity for malignant vs normal cells is apparent, although malignant cells from one individual were more sensitive t …
Regulation of transferrin receptor expression in myeloid leukemia cells.
Taetle R, Ralph S, Smedsrud S, Trowbridge I. Taetle R, et al. Blood. 1987 Sep;70(3):852-9. Blood. 1987. PMID: 3476165
The present studies show complex patterns of Tf receptor gene regulation in cultured myeloid leukemia cells and demonstrate that transcriptional regulation is a major mechanism controlling Tf receptor gene expression in response to Fe and differentiation....
The present studies show complex patterns of Tf receptor gene regulation in cultured myeloid leukemia cells and demonstrate that transcripti …
Inhibition of human lymphocyte proliferation by monoclonal antibody to transferrin receptor.
Mendelsohn J, Trowbridge I, Castagnola J. Mendelsohn J, et al. Blood. 1983 Oct;62(4):821-6. Blood. 1983. PMID: 6309286
Lymphocytes in the quiescent phase of the cell cycle at the time of 42/6 antibody addition are unable to traverse S phase, whereas cells actively proliferating when antibody is added are sensitive to its inhibitory effects throughout all phases of the cell cycle. Inhibitio …
Lymphocytes in the quiescent phase of the cell cycle at the time of 42/6 antibody addition are unable to traverse S phase, whereas cells act …
Effects of transferrin receptor blockade on cancer cell proliferation and hypoxia-inducible factor function and their differential regulation by ascorbate.
Jones DT, Trowbridge IS, Harris AL. Jones DT, et al. Among authors: trowbridge is. Cancer Res. 2006 Mar 1;66(5):2749-56. doi: 10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-05-3857. Cancer Res. 2006. PMID: 16510596 Free article.
Effects of monoclonal antibodies that block transferrin receptor function on the in vivo growth of a syngeneic murine leukemia.
Sauvage CA, Mendelsohn JC, Lesley JF, Trowbridge IS. Sauvage CA, et al. Cancer Res. 1987 Feb 1;47(3):747-53. Cancer Res. 1987. PMID: 3802079
The effects of RI7 208 MAb on the growth of these mutant cells in vivo suggests the major mechanism by which the MAb inhibits SL-2 tumor growth is by directly blocking receptor function. ...
The effects of RI7 208 MAb on the growth of these mutant cells in vivo suggests the major mechanism by which the MAb inhibits SL-2 tumor gro …
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