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Foxm1 transcription factor is required for maintenance of pluripotency of P19 embryonal carcinoma cells

Switched alternative splicing of oncogene CoAA during embryonal carcinoma stem cell differentiation

A Catalogue of Genes in Mouse Embryonal Carcinoma F9 Cells Identified with Expressed Sequence Tags

Twenty one years of P19 cells: what an embryonal carcinoma cell line taught us about cardiomyocyte differentiation

P05.04COOPERATION OF SENESCENCE WITH SELF-RENEWAL IN PA1 EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA CELLS TREATED WITH ETOPOSIDE

P19 embryonal carcinoma cells: a suitable model system for cardiac electrophysiological differentiation at the molecular and functional level

315 P19 embryonal carcinoma cells: a suitable model system for cardiac electrophysiological differentiation at the molecular and functional level

A Survey of Genes Expressed in Mouse Embryonal Carcinoma F9 Cells: Characterization of Expressed Sequence Tags Matching No Known Genes

Identification of a Novel, Embryonal Carcinoma Cell–Associated Molecule, Nucling, That Is Up-regulated during Cardiac Muscle Differentiation

A Novel Cis-Acting Element Regulates HES-1 Gene Expression in P19 Embryonal Carcinoma Cells Treated with Retinoic Acid

Elevating the levels of Sox2 in embryonal carcinoma cells and embryonic stem cells inhibits the expression of Sox2:Oct-3/4 target genes

Role for up-regulated ganglioside biosynthesis and association of Src family kinases with microdomains in retinoic acid-induced differentiation of F9 embryonal carcinoma cells

Accelerated biosynthesis of neolacto-series glycosphingolipids in differentiated mouse embryonal carcinoma F9 cells detected by using dodecyl N-acetylglucosaminide as a saccharide primer

 

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Cell lines (EC cells) from germ-line tumours (teratocarcinomas) that arise more commonly in the testis than the ovary. They are pluripotent and may differentiate to produce a variety of tissue types and are an important experimental model system for the study of cancer and of differentiation.

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