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An Early Phase II Study of Etoposide (VP-16) in Advanced Gastric Cancer

REST-VP16 activates multiple neuronal differentiation genes in human NT2 cells

Gene activation by triplex-forming oligonucleotide coupled to the activating domain of protein VP16

Mutational analysis of a transcriptional activation region of the VP16 protein of herpes simplex virus

Mutational analysis of a transcriptional activation region of the VP16 protein of herpes simplex virus

Intramyocardial injection of naked DNA encoding HIF-1α/VP16 hybrid to enhance angiogenesis in an acute myocardial infarction model in the rat

A Phase II Study of VP-16–Ifosfamide–Cisplatin Combination Chemotherapy Plus Early Concurrent Thoracic Irradiation for Previously Untreated Limited Small Cell Lung Cancer

Orientalism: A Reader, ed. A. L. Macfie (Edinburgh: Edinburgh V.P., 2000; pp. 382. £50; pb. £16.95)

The pharmacokinetics and toxicity of two application schedules with high-dose VP-16 in patients receiving an allogeneic bone marrow transplantation

VP16 hypersensitivity and increased faulty recombination in ataxia telangiectasia lymphocytes characterizedby the tandem translocation t(14; 14)(q11;q32)

Molecular basis of the targeting of topoisomerase II-mediated DNA cleavage by VP16 derivatives conjugated to triplex-forming oligonucleotides

Viral Transactivators E1A and VP16 Interact with a Large Complex That Is Associated With CTD Kinase Activity and Contains CDK8

Characterization of the Interaction between the Acidic Activation Domain of VP16 and the RNA Polymerase II Initiation Factor TFIIB

Zhangfei: a second cellular protein interacts with herpes simplex virus accessory factor HCF in a manner similar to Luman and VP16

Numerical and structural chromosome aberrations induced by etoposide (VP16) during oocyte maturation of mice: transmission to one-cell zygotes and damage to dictyate oocytes

Induction of chromosomal aberrations (unstable and stable) by inhibitors of topoisomerase II, m-AMSA and VP16, using conventional Giemsa staining and chromosome painting techniques

 

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1. Virion protein 16, a protein found in the coat of the herpes simplex virion that is a transcriptional activator of the viral immediate-early genes.

2. See etoposide.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.


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