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There are 107 references in this bibliography folder.

Gandrillon, O, Ferrand, N, Michaille, JJ, Roze, L, Zile, MH, and Samarut, J (1994).
c-erbA alpha/T3R and RARs control commitment of hematopoietic self-renewing progenitor cells to apoptosis or differentiation and are antagonized by the v-erbA oncogene.
Oncogene, 9(3):749-58.

Desbois, C, Gandrillon, O, Samarut, J, and Madjar, JJ (1992).
v-erbB oncogene expression accounts for most variations in protein synthesis after avian erythroblastosis virus infection of chicken embryo fibroblasts: a two-dimensional electrophoresis study.
Electrophoresis, 13(6):383-8.

Diaz, JJ, Gandrillon, O, Hentzen, D, Leguellec, D, Samarut, J, and Madjar, JJ (1989).
Increase in ribosomal protein S6 phosphorylation is due to v-erbB-transforming activity and not to v-erbA mitogenic activity in avian erythroblastosis virus-infected chicken embryo fibroblasts.
Oncogene Res, 4(3):163-75.

Gandrillon, O, Jurdic, P, Pain, B, Desbois, C, Madjar, JJ, Moscovici, MG, Moscovici, C, and Samarut, J (1989).
Expression of the v-erbA product, an altered nuclear hormone receptor, is sufficient to transform erythrocytic cells in vitro.
Cell, 58(1):115-21.

Gandrillon, O, Jurdic, P, Benchaibi, M, Xiao, JH, Ghysdael, J, and Samarut, J (1987).
Expression of the v-erbA oncogene in chicken embryo fibroblasts stimulates their proliferation in vitro and enhances tumor growth in vivo.
Cell, 49(5):687-97.

Hentzen, D, Renucci, A, le Guellec, D, Benchaibi, M, Jurdic, P, Gandrillon, O, and Samarut, J (1987).
The chicken c-erbA proto-oncogene is preferentially expressed in erythrocytic cells during late stages of differentiation.
Mol Cell Biol, 7(7):2416-24.

Jurdic, P, Benchaibi, M, Gandrillon, O, and Samarut, J (1987).
Transforming and mitogenic effects of avian leukemia virus E26 on chicken hematopoietic cells and fibroblasts, respectively, correlate with level of expression of the provirus.
J Virol, 61(10):3058-65.

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