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v‐erbA related protein

A Novel Brain-Derived Member of the Epidermal Growth Factor Family That Interacts with ErbB3 and ErbB4

Biological properties of a human compact anti-ErbB2 antibody

Prospective Study of Positron Emission Tomography for Evaluation of the Activity of Lapatinib, a Dual Inhibitor of the ErbB1 and ErbB2 Tyrosine Kinases, in Patients with Advanced Tumors

Low Frequency of ErbB-2 Proto-oncogene Overexpression in Human Leukocyte Antigen-A2-Positive Breast Cancer Patients

Effects of a second-generation human anti-ErbB2 ImmunoRNase on trastuzumab-resistant tumors and cardiac cells

Effects of a second-generation human anti-ErbB2 ImmunoRNase on trastuzumab-resistant tumors and cardiac cells

Characterization and chromosomal instability of novel derived cell lines from a wt-erbB-2 transgenic mouse model

Acute doxorubicin cardiotoxicity is associated with miR-146a-induced inhibition of the neuregulin-ErbB pathway

The oncoprotein ErbB3 is endocytosed in the absence of added ligand in a clathrin-dependent manner

The ErbB3 binding protein Ebp1 interacts with Sin3A to repress E2F1 and AR-mediated transcription

c-erbB-2 oncoprotein overexpression identifies a subgroup of estrogen receptor positive (ER+) breast cancer patients with poor prognosis

Phase I Dose-escalation and Pharmacokinetic Trial of Lapatinib (GW572016), a Selective Oral Dual Inhibitor of ErbB-1 and -2 Tyrosine Kinases, in Japanese Patients with Solid Tumors

P04.05 The CAR2BRAIN study: a monocentric phase I trial with ErbB2-specific NK-92/5.28.z cells in recurrent glioblastoma

The structure of Erb1-Ytm1 complex reveals the functional importance of a high-affinity binding between two β-propellers during the assembly of large ribosomal subunits in eukaryotes


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An oncogene (v‐erbA) originally found in avian erythroblastosis virus; the corresponding protooncogene (c‐erbA) encodes thyroid hormone receptor. The product of v‐erbA requires the activity of other oncogenic agents for tumorigenesis. See also erbB.


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