Cory, Suzanne, (AC) (1942-)

Also known as
Cory, Suzanne
Cory, Suzanne, (AC, FAA, FRS) (1942-)
Cory, Suzanne (1942-)
Field of activity
Biochemist; Molecular Oncologist; Molecular oncologist; Bcl-2; Myc; Leukaemogenesis; Apoptosis; BH# mimetics; Leukaemia; Lymphoma; Women molecular biologist; Medical scientist
Libraries Australia
http://nla.gov.au/anbd.aut-an65323555
NLA Persistent Identifier
https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-754072

Biographies

Suzanne Cory has been Director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research since 1996. She spent three years undertaking postdoctoral studies at the University of Geneva, aside from which she has spent the entirety of her working life at the Hall Institute, spending 8 years as Joint Head of the Molecular Biology Unit with her husband, Jerry Adams, before her appointment as Director. In 1998 she received the Australia Prize.

Cory completed a Bachelor of Science (1964) and Master of Science (1965) at the University of Melbourne, before being awarded her PhD by Cambridge University in 1968.

Since then she has been nominated Queen Elizabeth II Fellow, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research 1972-74; Roche Fellow 1974-76; Research Fellow 1977; Senior Research Fellow 1978-83; Principal Research Fellow 1984-88; Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science 1986; Senior Principal Research Fellow and Joint Head, Molecular Biology Unit 1988-96; Director from 1996; International Research Scholar, Howard Hughes Medical Institute from 1992; Fellow of the Royal Society 1992; Research Professor of Molecular Oncology, University of Melbourne from 1993; Burnet Lecturer, Australian Academy of Science 1997; and Fellow, Royal Society of Victoria 1997.

Awards include the David Syme Prize, University of Melbourne 1982; the Avon Australia "Spirit of Achievement" Award 1992; the Lemberg Medal, Australian Society for Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 1995; and the Australia Prize 1998.

  • Inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll of Women

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Suzanne Cory has been Director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research since 1996. Apart from 3 years of postdoctoral studies at the University of Geneva, she spent all of her working life at the Hall Institute, moving gradually up the ladder and spending 8 years as Joint Head of the Molecular Biology Unit, together with her husband, Jerry Adams, before her appointment as Director.

  • Education - Bachelor of Science (BSc) completed at the University of Melbourne
  • Education - Master of Science (MSc) completed at the University of Melbourne
  • Education - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) completed at the University of Cambridge, UK
  • Career position - Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Geneva
  • Career position - Queen Elizabeth II Fellow at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
  • Career position - Roche Fellow at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
  • Career position - Research Fellow at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
  • Career position - Senior Research Fellow at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
  • Award - David Syme Research Prize received from the University of Melbourne
  • Career position - Principal Research Fellow at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
  • Career position - Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (FAA)
  • Career position - Senior Principal Research Fellow and Joint Head of the Molecular Biology Unit at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
  • Award - Avon Australia Award received
  • Award - Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS)
  • Career position - International Research Scholar at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • Career position - Research Professor of Molecular Oncology at the University of Melbourne
  • Award - Lemberg Medal received from the Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Career position - Director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
  • Career position - Professor of Medical Biology at the University of Melbourne
  • Award - Burnet Lecturer at the Australian Academy of Science
  • Award - Fellow of the Royal Society of Victoria
  • Award - Australia Prize received
  • Award - Companion of the Order of Australia (AC)

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Related people and organisations

Australian Women's Register

Encyclopedia of Australian Science

Libraries Australia

ORCID

Resources for Suzanne Cory

Selected resources (200)

Australian Women's Register

  1. Cory, Suzanne
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. The Encyclopedia of Women and Leadership in Twentieth-Century Australia
    Smart, Judith and Swain, Shurlee (eds.)
    [2014]
    Published: Australian Women's Archives Project
  3. Where are the Women in Australian science?
    Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
    [2003]
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
  4. Who's Who in Australia 2002
    Herd, Margaret
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Crown Content
  5. [Biographical cuttings on Suzanne Cory, director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI), containing one or more cuttings from newspapers or journals]
    Series: National Library of Australia
    Bib ID 1836460
  6. Suzanne Cory interviewed by Ragbir Bhathal in the Australian women scientists oral history project [sound recording]
    [28 January 1997]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection
    2 digital audio tapes (74 min.) Professor Suzanne Cory, Director Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, talks about her family background; undergraduate degree at University of Melbourne; PhD at Cambridge on a particular transfer RNA and the research environment at Cambridge. She then discusses her reasons for choosing to work at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in 1971 and some of the research undertaken at the Institute. Cory then talks about the Human Genome Project; her plans for the Institute as its Director; views on women in Australian science and her plans for the future.
    ORAL TRC 3549
  7. Papers of Ragbir Singh Bhathal, 1949-2006 (bulk 1996-1999) [manuscript]
    [16.83 m : 1949 - 2006]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    MS 9365 relates to an oral history project on eminent Australian women scientists conducted by Dr Ragbir Bhathal for the National Library of Australia. They consist of correspondence between Bhathal and the interviewees relating to interview arrangements, a list of questions to be asked during the interview, journal articles written by the interviewees and newscuttings about them. There are transcripts of the interviews for eight of the women. There are also papers (typescripts, notes and correspondence) relating to the publication of Profiles, Australian women scientists. Published by the National Library in 1999, the book is based on the oral history interviews (6 boxes) The Acc06.161 instalment consists of 9 colour photographs of Australian observatories, including observatories at Windsor and The Rocks, Sydney. The photographs relate to Bhathal's book Australian backyard astronomy (with Jenny Bhathal, 2006) (1 folder) The Acc08.072 instalment includes papers and correspondence relating to conferences that Bhathal organised or attended, correspondence and drafts for the oral history project and the book Profiles, Australian women scientists, audio recordings of interviews conducted by Bhathal for the Australian astronomers oral history project, and astronomical photographs from the Mount Palomar Southern Sky Survey, and press cuttings (2 boxes, 17 elephant folios). The Acc08.121 instalment comprises research notes, illustrations, draft transcripts and correspondence with interviewees for the Australian Astronomers project, a paper on Campbelltown Rotary Observatory for Astronomical Society of Australia, research papers by Dr Robert Delbourgo for the Australian Physicists project, papers by Professor Cheryl E. Praegor for the Australian Women Scientists project (2 boxes).
    MS 9365; MS Acc06.161; MS Acc08.072; MS Acc08.121

Encyclopedia of Australian Science

  1. Cory, Suzanne
    Published: The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre
    Series: Encyclopedia of Australian Science
  2. Professor Suzanne Cory PhD, FAA, FRS
    Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
    Published: 2002
  3. Where are the Women in Australian Science?
    McCarthy, Gavan; Morgan, Helen; Smith, Ailie; van den Bosch, Alan
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 2003
  4. Interview: Suzanne Cory
    Published: 1997
    Series: WISENET Journal, 45, November
  5. Profiles, Australian women scientists
    Bhathal, Ragbir
    Published: National Library of Australia, Canberra, 1999
  6. Who's Who in Australia 2002
    Herd, Margaret
    Published: Crown Content, Melbourne, 2001

ORCID

  1. Researcher Profile at ORCID
    http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6818-3451
  2. Cory Laboratory
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    [2018-04]
  4. Anti-apoptotic A1 is not essential for lymphoma development in Eµ-Myc mice but helps sustain transplanted Eµ-Myc tumour cells.
    [2018-03]
  5. The BCL-2 arbiters of apoptosis and their growing role as cancer targets.
    [2018-01]
  6. Mnt modulates Myc-driven lymphomagenesis.
    [2017-12]
  7. Structure of human Fe-S assembly subcomplex reveals unexpected cysteine desulfurase architecture and acyl-ACP-ISD11 interactions.
    [2017-07]
  8. Anti-apoptotic proteins BCL-2, MCL-1 and A1 summate collectively to maintain survival of immune cell populations both in vitro and in vivo.
    [2017-05]
  9. Overexpression of Mcl-1 exacerbates lymphocyte accumulation and autoimmune kidney disease in lpr mice.
    [2016-11]
  10. Impact of loss of BH3-only proteins on the development and treatment of MLL-fusion gene-driven AML in mice.
    [2016-09]
  11. Targeting BCL-2-like Proteins to Kill Cancer Cells.
    [2016-08]
  12. FoxO3 suppresses Myc-driven lymphomagenesis.
    [2016-01]
  13. Masterminding B Cells.
    [2015-08]
  14. Donald Metcalf: The father of modern hematology.
    [2015-03]
  15. Plasmacytomagenesis in Eμ-v-abl transgenic mice is accelerated when apoptosis is restrained.
    [2014-08]
  16. Loss of Bak enhances lymphocytosis but does not ameliorate thrombocytopaenia in BCL-2 transgenic mice.
    [2014-05]
  17. Australian academy is fair to women.
    [2013-05]
  18. ABT-199, a new Bcl-2-specific BH3 mimetic, has in vivo efficacy against aggressive Myc-driven mouse lymphomas without provoking thrombocytopenia.
    [2013-03]
  19. Elevated Mcl-1 inhibits thymocyte apoptosis and alters thymic selection.
    [2012-12]
  20. Bcl-2, Bcl-x(L), and Bcl-w are not equivalent targets of ABT-737 and navitoclax (ABT-263) in lymphoid and leukemic cells.
    [2012-06]
  21. BH3-only proteins in apoptosis at a glance.
    [2012-03]
  22. Deciphering the rules of programmed cell death to improve therapy of cancer and other diseases.
    [2011-08]
  23. Fas-mediated neutrophil apoptosis is accelerated by Bid, Bak, and Bax and inhibited by Bcl-2 and Mcl-1.
    [2011-08]
  24. Maximal killing of lymphoma cells by DNA damage-inducing therapy requires not only the p53 targets Puma and Noxa, but also Bim.
    [2010-12]
  25. Elevated Mcl-1 perturbs lymphopoiesis, promotes transformation of hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells, and enhances drug resistance.
    [2010-10]
  26. In vivo efficacy of the Bcl-2 antagonist ABT-737 against aggressive Myc-driven lymphomas.
    [2008-11]
  27. Bcl-2-regulated apoptosis: mechanism and therapeutic potential.
    [2007-10]
  28. The Bcl-2 apoptotic switch in cancer development and therapy.
    [2007-02]
  29. The BH3 mimetic ABT-737 targets selective Bcl-2 proteins and efficiently induces apoptosis via Bak/Bax if Mcl-1 is neutralized.
    [2006-11]
  30. MYC levels govern hematopoietic tumor type and latency in transgenic mice.
    [2006-07]
  31. Killing cancer cells by flipping the Bcl-2/Bax switch.
    [2005-07]
  32. T-cell lymphomas mask slower developing B-lymphoid and myeloid tumours in transgenic mice with broad haemopoietic expression of MYC.
    [2005-05]
  33. Subversion of the Bcl-2 life/death switch in cancer development and therapy.
    [2005]
  34. Bim is a suppressor of Myc-induced mouse B cell leukemia.
    [2004-04]
  35. VavP-Bcl2 transgenic mice develop follicular lymphoma preceded by germinal center hyperplasia.
    [2004-03]
  36. The Bcl-2 family: roles in cell survival and oncogenesis.
    [2003-11]
  37. Apoptosomes: engines for caspase activation.
    [2002-12]
  38. The Bcl2 family: regulators of the cellular life-or-death switch.
    [2002-09]
  39. BH3-only Bcl-2 family member Bim is required for apoptosis of autoreactive thymocytes.
    [2002-02]
  40. Degenerative disorders caused by Bcl-2 deficiency prevented by loss of its BH3-only antagonist Bim.
    [2001-11]
  41. Australia: investing in innovation.
    [2001-09]
  42. Tissue expression and subcellular localization of the pro-survival molecule Bcl-w.
    [2001-05]
  43. Developmental regulation of the bcl-2 family during spermatogenesis: insights into the sterility of bcl-w-/- male mice.
    [2001-03]
  44. Life-or-death decisions by the Bcl-2 protein family.
    [2001-01]
  45. How, when, and why do lymphocytes die?
    [2000]
  46. Immunology at the Hall Institute: The Third Wave
    [2000]
  47. The role of bim, a proapoptotic BH3-only member of the Bcl-2 family in cell-death control.
    [2000]
  48. The role of the pro-apoptotic Bcl-2 family member bim in physiological cell death.
    [2000]
  49. Immunology. Wavering on commitment.
    [1999-10]
  50. Transgenic models of lymphoid neoplasia and development of a pan-hematopoietic vector.
    [1999-09]
  51. Bcl-2 family members do not inhibit apoptosis by binding the caspase activator Apaf-1.
    [1999-08]
  52. Acute dacryocystitis as a presenting sign of pediatric leukemia.
    [1999-06]
  53. Survival activity of Bcl-2 homologs Bcl-w and A1 only partially correlates with their ability to bind pro-apoptotic family members.
    [1999-06]
  54. Insights from Bcl-2 and Myc: malignancy involves abrogation of apoptosis as well as sustained proliferation.
    [1999-04]
  55. Retroviral transduction of enriched hematopoietic stem cells allows lifelong Bcl-2 expression in multiple lineages but does not perturb hematopoiesis.
    [1999-01]
  56. Control of apoptosis in hematopoietic cells by the Bcl-2 family of proteins.
    [1999]
  57. Apoptosis regulator bcl-w is essential for spermatogenesis but appears otherwise redundant.
    [1998-10]
  58. Cell death throes.
    [1998-10]
  59. The Bcl-2 protein family: arbiters of cell survival.
    [1998-08]
  60. Matters of life and death: programmed cell death at Cold Spring Harbor.
    [1998-04]
  61. The conserved N-terminal BH4 domain of Bcl-2 homologues is essential for inhibition of apoptosis and interaction with CED-4.
    [1998-02]
  62. Bim: a novel member of the Bcl-2 family that promotes apoptosis.
    [1998-01]
  63. The anti-apoptosis function of Bcl-2 can be genetically separated from its inhibitory effect on cell cycle entry.
    [1997-08]
  64. Deregulation of cell survival in lymphomagenesis.
    [1997-04]
  65. Bcl-2, Bcl-XL and adenovirus protein E1B19kD are functionally equivalent in their ability to inhibit cell death.
    [1997-01]
  66. Lymphomas and plasmacytomas in transgenic mice involving bcl2, myc and v-abl.
    [1997]
  67. Lessons from bcl-2 transgenic mice for immunology, cancer biology and cell death research.
    [1996-10]
  68. Progenitor tumours from Emu-bcl-2-myc transgenic mice have lymphomyeloid differentiation potential and reveal developmental differences in cell survival.
    [1996-08]
  69. bcl-w, a novel member of the bcl-2 family, promotes cell survival.
    [1996-08]
  70. Bcl-2 and Fas/APO-1 regulate distinct pathways to lymphocyte apoptosis.
    [1995-12]
  71. Regulation of lymphocyte survival by the bcl-2 gene family.
    [1995]
  72. DNA damage can induce apoptosis in proliferating lymphoid cells via p53-independent mechanisms inhibitable by Bcl-2.
    [1994-10]
  73. B-lymphoid to granulocytic switch during hematopoiesis in a transgenic mouse strain.
    [1994-09]
  74. Insights from transgenic mice regarding the role of bcl-2 in normal and neoplastic lymphoid cells.
    [1994-08]
  75. Efficient retroviral gene transfer to purified long-term repopulating hematopoietic stem cells.
    [1994-07]
  76. Bcl-2 expression promotes B- but not T-lymphoid development in scid mice.
    [1994-03]
  77. Positive and negative selection of T cells in T-cell receptor transgenic mice expressing a bcl-2 transgene.
    [1994-02]
  78. Apoptosis. Fascinating death factor.
    [1994-01]
  79. Enhanced cell survival and tumorigenesis.
    [1994]
  80. Conditional immortalization of mouse myelomonocytic, megakaryocytic and mast cell progenitors by the Hox-2.4 homeobox gene.
    [1993-10]
  81. A rapid procedure for screening fibroblast packaging cell lines for secretion of selectable retrovirus.
    [1993-05]
  82. Phenotypic and functional characterization of competitive long-term repopulating hematopoietic stem cells enriched from 5-fluorouracil-treated murine marrow.
    [1993-05]
  83. Elimination of self-reactive B lymphocytes proceeds in two stages: arrested development and cell death.
    [1993-02]
  84. E mu-bcl-2 transgene facilitates spontaneous transformation of early pre-B and immunoglobulin-secreting cells but not T cells.
    [1993-01]
  85. Transgenic models of leukaemogenesis
    [1993]
  86. Hematologic disease induced in BALB/c mice by a bcr-abl retrovirus is influenced by the infection conditions.
    [1992-04]
  87. bcr-abl-Induced cell lines can switch from mast cell to erythroid or myeloid differentiation in vitro.
    [1992-03]
  88. Oncogene co-operation in leukaemogenesis.
    [1992]
  89. The role of bcl-2 in lymphoid differentiation and neoplastic transformation.
    [1992]
  90. Transgenic models of tumor development.
    [1991-11]
  91. bcl-2 transgene inhibits T cell death and perturbs thymic self-censorship.
    [1991-11]
  92. Enforced BCL2 expression in B-lymphoid cells prolongs antibody responses and elicits autoimmune disease.
    [1991-10]
  93. Transgenic models for haemopoietic malignancies.
    [1991-04]
  94. Murine erythroid cell lines derived with c-myc retroviruses respond to leukemia-inhibitory factor, erythropoietin, and interleukin 3.
    [1991-03]
  95. MOUSE MODELS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LYMPHOID MALIGNANCIES
    [1991]
  96. TRANSGENIC MODELS FOR HEMATOPOIETIC MALIGNANCIES
    [1991]
  97. Homeobox gene expression plus autocrine growth factor production elicits myeloid leukemia.
    [1990-11]
  98. Novel primitive lymphoid tumours induced in transgenic mice by cooperation between myc and bcl-2.
    [1990-11]
  99. bcr-abl, the hallmark of chronic myeloid leukaemia in man, induces multiple haemopoietic neoplasms in mice.
    [1990-04]
  100. An E mu-v-abl transgene elicits plasmacytomas in concert with an activated myc gene.
    [1990-03]
  101. Abnormalities of the immune system induced by dysregulated bcl-2 expression in transgenic mice.
    [1990]
  102. In vivo expression of interleukin 5 induces an eosinophilia and expanded Ly-1B lineage populations.
    [1990]
  103. LYMPHOID TUMORIGENESIS BY V-ABL AND BCR-V-ABL IN TRANSGENIC MICE
    [1990]
  104. Lymphoid tumorigenesis by v-abl and BCR-v-abl in transgenic mice.
    [1990]
  105. TRANSGENIC WINDOW ON HEMATOPOIETIC NEOPLASIA
    [1990]
  106. Lymphomagenesis in Emu-myc transgenic mice does not require transgene rearrangement or mutation of myc exon 1.
    [1989-12]
  107. A bcr-v-abl oncogene induces lymphomas in transgenic mice.
    [1989-07]
  108. Lymphomagenesis in E mu-myc transgenic mice can involve ras mutations.
    [1989-05]
  109. N-myc transgene promotes B lymphoid proliferation, elicits lymphomas and reveals cross-regulation with c-myc.
    [1989-03]
  110. A lethal myeloproliferative syndrome in mice transplanted with bone marrow cells infected with a retrovirus expressing granulocyte-macrophage colony stimulating factor.
    [1989-02]
  111. Oncogene cooperation in lymphocyte transformation: malignant conversion of E mu-myc transgenic pre-B cells in vitro is enhanced by v-H-ras or v-raf but not v-abl.
    [1989-01]
  112. Acceleration of B-lymphoid tumorigenesis in E mu-myc transgenic mice by v-H-ras and v-raf but not v-abl.
    [1989]
  113. Analysis of the leukemogenic properties of the bcr-v-abl and GM-CSF genes using a new retroviral vector.
    [1989]
  114. LYMPHOID NEOPLASIA AND THE CONTROL OF HEMATOPOIETIC DIFFERENTIATION
    [1989]
  115. Oncogene cooperation and B-lymphoid tumorigenesis in Emu-myc transgenic mice.
    [1989]
  116. TRANSGENIC MICE AS MODELS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF HEMOPOIETIC NEOPLASIA
    [1989]
  117. The transgenic window on lymphoid malignancy.
    [1989]
  118. Bcl-2 gene promotes haemopoietic cell survival and cooperates with c-myc to immortalize pre-B cells.
    [1988-09]
  119. Comparison of expression in hemopoietic cells by retroviral vectors carrying two genes.
    [1988-07]
  120. Transformation of bone marrow cells from E mu-myc transgenic mice by Abelson murine leukemia virus and Harvey murine sarcoma virus.
    [1988-05]
  121. Growth of E mu-myc transgenic B-lymphoid cells in vitro and their evolution toward autonomy.
    [1988]
  122. Immunoglobulin JH rearrangement in a T-cell line reflects fusion to the DH locus at a sequence lacking the nonamer recognition signal.
    [1988]
  123. Transgenic mice and oncogenesis.
    [1988]
  124. bcr-abl oncogene renders myeloid cell line factor independent: potential autocrine mechanism in chronic myeloid leukemia.
    [1988]
  125. Generation of altered transcripts by retroviral insertion within the c-myb gene in two murine monocytic leukemias.
    [1987-09]
  126. Expression of genes transferred to haemopoietic stem cells by recombinant retroviruses.
    [1987-08]
  127. Murine c-myc retroviruses alter the growth requirements of myeloid cell lines.
    [1987-06]
  128. CONSTITUTIVE C-MYC EXPRESSION AND LYMPHOID NEOPLASIA
    [1987]
  129. The myc oncogene and lymphoid neoplasia: from translocations to transgenic mice.
    [1987]
  130. The c-myc oncogene perturbs B lymphocyte development in E-mu-myc transgenic mice.
    [1986-10]
  131. Activation of cellular oncogenes in hemopoietic cells by chromosome translocation.
    [1986]
  132. C-MYC-INDUCED LYMPHOMAGENESIS IN TRANSGENIC MICE AND THE ROLE OF THE PVT-1 LOCUS IN LYMPHOID NEOPLASIA
    [1986]
  133. c-myc-induced lymphomagenesis in transgenic mice and the role of the Pvt-1 locus in lymphoid neoplasia.
    [1986]
  134. Myc oncogene activation in B and T lymphoid tumours.
    [1985-10]
  135. Variant (6;15) translocations in murine plasmacytomas involve a chromosome 15 locus at least 72 kb from the c-myc oncogene.
    [1985-03]
  136. Transposition of the immunoglobulin heavy chain enhancer to the myc oncogene in a murine plasmacytoma.
    [1985-01]
  137. Murine T lymphomas with retroviral inserts in the chromosomal 15 locus for plasmacytoma variant translocations.
    [1985]
  138. The c-myc oncogene driven by immunoglobulin enhancers induces lymphoid malignancy in transgenic mice.
    [1985]
  139. Murine T lymphomas in which the cellular myc oncogene has been activated by retroviral insertion.
    [1984-05]
  140. Translocation of the myc cellular oncogene to the immunoglobulin heavy chain locus in murine plasmacytomas is an imprecise reciprocal exchange.
    [1984-04]
  141. Activation of the c-myc oncogene in B and T lymphoid tumors.
    [1984]
  142. Immunoglobulin variable region genes.
    [1984]
  143. Variant (6 ; 15) translocation in a murine plasmacytoma occurs near an immunoglobulin kappa gene but far from the myc oncogene.
    [1984]
  144. Oncogenes and B-lymphocyte neoplasia.
    [1983-08]
  145. Cellular myc oncogene is altered by chromosome translocation to an immunoglobulin locus in murine plasmacytomas and is rearranged similarly in human Burkitt lymphomas.
    [1983-04]
  146. Fusion of DNA region to murine immunoglobulin heavy chain locus corresponds to plasmacytoma-associated chromosome translocation.
    [1983]
  147. Interchromosomal recombination of the cellular oncogene c-myc with the immunoglobulin heavy chain locus in murine plasmacytomas is a reciprocal exchange.
    [1983]
  148. Sequence of the murine and human cellular myc oncogenes and two modes of myc transcription resulting from chromosome translocation in B lymphoid tumours.
    [1983]
  149. Transcriptionally active DNA region that rearranges frequently in murine lymphoid tumors.
    [1982-11]
  150. Recombination events near the immunoglobulin Cmu gene join variable and constant region genes, switch heavy-chain expression, or inactivate the locus.
    [1981-04]
  151. Number and organisation of immunoglobulin variable region genes in the mouse.
    [1981]
  152. Organization and expression of murine immunoglobulin genes.
    [1981]
  153. Organization of genes and spacers within the mouse immunoglobulin VH locus.
    [1981]
  154. Sets of immunoglobulin V kappa genes homologous to ten cloned V kappa sequences: implications for the number of germline V kappa genes.
    [1981]
  155. Cloned embryonic DNA sequences flanking the mouse immunoglobulin C gamma 3 and C gamma 1 genes.
    [1980-12]
  156. Somatic rearrangements forming active immunoglobulin mu genes in B and T lymphoid cell lines.
    [1980-08]
  157. Deletions in the constant region locus can account for switches in immunoglobulin heavy chain expression.
    [1980-06]
  158. Molecular cloning of mouse immunoglobulin heavy chain messenger ribonucleic acids coding for mu, alpha, gamma 1, gamma 2a, and gamma 3 chains.
    [1980-06]
  159. Molecular cloning of seven mouse immunoglobulin kappa chain messenger ribonucleic acids.
    [1980-06]
  160. Expression of the immunoglobulin C mu gene in mouse T and B lymphoid and myeloid cell lines.
    [1980-05]
  161. Deletions are associated with somatic rearrangement of immunoglobulin heavy chain genes.
    [1980-01]
  162. Intervening sequences divide the gene for the constant region of mouse immunoglobulin mu chains into segments, each encoding a domain.
    [1980-01]
  163. Identical 3' non-coding sequences in five mouse Ig kappa chain mRNAs favour a unique C kappa gene.
    [1979-10]
  164. Cloned pairs of variable region genes for immunoglobulin heavy chains isolated from a clone library of the entire mouse genome.
    [1979-09]
  165. Synthesis of complementary RNA on RNA templates using the DNA-dependent RNA polymerase of Escherichia coli.
    [1977-10]
  166. Noncoding nucleotide sequence in the 3'-terminal region of a mouse immunoglobulin kappa chain messenger RNA determined by analysis of complementary DNA.
    [1977-09]
  167. A very large repeating unit of mouse DNA containing the 18S, 28S and 5.8S rRNA genes.
    [1977-08]
  168. Comparison of immunoglobulin chains made in ascites extract and reticulocyte lysate programmed with mRNA from four mouse myelomas.
    [1977-06]
  169. Modified nucleosides and 5'-end groups in purified mouse immunoglobulin light chain mRNA and rabbit globin mRNA detected by borohydride labelling.
    [1976-12]
  170. Modified 5'-termini in small nuclear RNAs of mouse myeloma cells.
    [1975-12]
  171. The modified 5'-terminal sequences in messenger RNA of mouse myeloma cells.
    [1975-12]
  172. Modified nucleosides and bizarre 5'-termini in mouse myeloma mRNA.
    [1975-05]
  173. Translation of immunoglobulin mRNAs in a wheat germ cell-free system.
    [1974-03]
  174. Nucleotide sequences of fragments of R17 bacteriophage RNA from the region immediately preceding the coat-protein cistron.
    [1972-09]
  175. Nucleotide sequence from the 5' end to the first cistron of R17 bacteriophage ribonucleic acid.
    [1972-03]
  176. Sequence of 51 nucleotides at the 3'-end of R17 bacteriophage RNA.
    [1972-01]
  177. Untranslated nucleotide sequence at the 5'-end of R17 bacteriophage RNA.
    [1970-08]
  178. The nucleotide sequence of methionine transfer RNA-M.
    [1970-01]
  179. UNTRANSLATED NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCES IN R17 BACTERIOPHAGE RNA
    [1970]
  180. Studies on the Escherichia coli Methionine transfer ribonucleic acids.
    [1969-03]
  181. The nucleotide sequence of N-formyl-methionyl-transfer RNA. Products of complete digestion with ribonuclease T-1 and pancreatic ribonuclease and derivation of their sequences.
    [1969-03]
  182. Primary structure of a methionine transfer RNA from Escherichia coli.
    [1968-12]
  183. Separation of two initiator transfer RNAs from E. coli.
    [1968-09]
  184. Nucleotide sequence of N-formyl-methionyl-transfer RNA.
    [1968-04]
  185. FURTHER STUDIES ON INCORPORATION OF [32P] PHOSPHATE INTO NUCLEIC ACIDS OF NORMAL AND BORON-DEFICIENT TISSUE
    [1967]
  186. AMINO ACID-DEPENDENT ATP-PYROPHOSPHATE EXCHANGE IN NORMAL AND BORON DEFICIENT BEAN ROOTS
    [1966]
  187. INCORPORATION OF [32P]PHOSPHATE INTO NUCLEIC ACIDS OF NORMAL AND BORON-DEFICIENT BEAN ROOTS
    [1966]

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