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Huber, M., Scaletta, C., Benathan, M., Frenk, E., Greenhalgh, D. A., Rothnagel, J. A., Roop, D. R. and Hohl, D. (1994) Abnormal keratin 1 and 10 cytoskeleton in cultured keratinocytes from epidermolytic hyperkeratosis caused by keratin 10 mutations. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 102 5: 691-694. doi:10.1111/1523-1747.ep12374270 64   12 Cited 10 times in Scopus10 3
Greenhalgh, D. A., Quintanilla, M. I., Orengo, C. C., Barber, J. L., Eckhardt, J. N., Rothnagel, J. A. and Roop, D. R. (1993) Cooperation between v-fos and v-ras(HA) induces autonomous papillomas in transgenic epidermis but not malignant conversion. Cancer Research, 53 21: 5071-5075. 29   39 Cited 29 times in Scopus29
Roop, D. R., Rothnagel, J. A., Longley, M. A., Bundman, D. S., Dominey, A. M. and Greenhalgh, D. A. (1992). Development of Transgenic Mouse Models of Human Skin Diseases. In: Biology of the Epidermis : Molecular and Functional Aspects. 5th Japan - US Symposium On the Biology of the Epidermis, Niseko, Japan, (161-171). 21-25 July 1991. 23   1
Greenhalgh, D. A., Wang, X. J., Dominey, A. M., Rothnagel, J. A. and Roop, D. R. (1994). Development of transgenic mouse models of skin carcinogenesis: potential applications. In: Receptor-Mediated Biological Processes. 6th International Conference on Carcinogenesis and Risk Assessment - Receptor-Mediated Biological Processes: Implications for Evaluating Carcinogenesis, Austin Tx, (75-94). 8-11 December 1992. 13   3 Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Wang, X. J., Greenhalgh, D. A., Eckhardt, J. N., Rothnagel, J. A. and Roop, D. R. (1994) Epidermal expression of transforming growth factor-α in transgenic mice: Induction of spontaneous and 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate-induced papillomas via a mechanism independent of Ha-ras activation or overexpression. Molecular Carcinogenesis, 10 1: 15-22. doi:10.1002/mc.2940100104 22   47 Cited 45 times in Scopus45 0
Greenhalgh, D. A., Rothnagel, J. A. and Roop, D. R. (1994). Epidermis: An attractive target tissue for gene therapy. In: 42nd Annual Symposium on the Biology of Skin - The Genetics of Skin Disease, Snowmass Village Co, (S63-S69). 24-28 July 1993. 18   63 Cited 75 times in Scopus75
Greenhalgh, D. A., Rothnagel, J. A., Wang, X. J., Quintanilla, M. I., Orengo, C. C., Gagne, T. A., Bundman, D. S., Longley, M. A., Fisher, C. and Roop, D. R. (1993) Hyperplasia, Hyperkeratosis and Benign-Tumor Production in Transgenic Mice by a Targeted V-Fos Oncogene Suggest a Role for Fos in Epidermal Differentiation and Neoplasia. Oncogene, 8 8: 2145-2157. 51   58
Rothnagel, J. A., Greenhalgh, D. A., Gagne, T. A., Longley, M. A. and Roop, D. R. (1993) Identification of a calcium-inducible, epidermal-specific regulatory element in the 3'-flanking region of the human keratin 1 gene. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 101 4: 506-513. doi:10.1111/1523-1747.ep12365886 26   56 Cited 50 times in Scopus50 0
Greenhalgh, D. A., Rothnagel, J. A., Quintanilla, M. I., Orengo, C. C., Gagne, T. A., Bundman, D. S., Longley, M. A. and Roop, D. R. (1993) Induction of epidermal hyperplasia, hyperkeratosis, and papillomas in transgenic mice by a targeted v-Ha-ras oncogene. Molecular Carcinogenesis, 7 2: 99-110. doi:10.1002/mc.2940070208 28   108 Cited 82 times in Scopus82 0
Minnery, J. R. and Greenhalgh, D. A. (2006) International approaches to homelessness 34 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy VIC: Parity 70  
Roop, D. R., Rothnagel, J. A., Greenhalgh, D. A., Longley, M. A., Bundman, D., Chung, S., Steinert, P. M., Ellis, C. N., Voorhees, J. J., Huff, C. A., Yuspa, S. H. and Rosenthal, D. S. (1991). Modulation of Epidermal Differentiation by Retinoids. In: Retinoids : 10 Years On. Retinoid Symposium, Geneva Switzerland, (28-37). 16-17 November 1990. 25   5
Rothnagel, J. A., Dominey, A. M., Dempsey, L. D., Longley, M. A., Greenhalgh, D. A., Gagne, T. A., Huber, M., Frenk, E., Hohl, D. and Roop, D. R. (1992) Mutations in the rod domains of keratins 1 and 10 in epidermolytic hyperkeratosis. Science, 257 5073: 1128-1130. doi:10.1126/science.257.5073.1128 21   290 Cited 215 times in Scopus215 3
Dominey, A. M., Wang, X. J., King, L. E., Nanney, L. B., Gagne, T. A., Sellheyer, K., Bundman, D. S., Longley, M. A., Rothnagel, J. A., Greenhalgh, D. A. and Roop, D. R. (1993) Targeted Overexpression of Transforming Growth-Factor-Alpha in the Epidermis of Transgenic Mice Elicits Hyperplasia, Hyperkeratosis, and Spontaneous, Squamous Papillomas. Cell Growth & Differentiation, 4 12: 1071-1082. 23   152 Cited 125 times in Scopus125
Rothnagel, J. A., Longley, M. A., Bundman, D., Greenhalgh, D. A., Dominey, A. M. and Roop, D. R. (1990). Targeting gene expression to the epidermis of transgenic mice: Potential applications to genetic skin disorders. In: Psoriasis Workshop : Molecular, Immunologic and Pharmacologic Aspects of Psoriasis, Deer Valley Ut, (S59-S61). 14-17 September 1989. doi:10.1111/1523-1747.ep12505805 22   20 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Greenhalgh, D. A., Wang, X. J., Rothnagel, J. A., Eckhardt, J. N., Quintanilla, M. I., Barber, J. L., Bundman, D. S., Longley, M. A., Schlegel, R. and Roop, D. R. (1994) Transgenic mice expressing targeted HPV-18 E6 and E7 oncogenes in the epidermis develop verrucous lesions and spontaneous, ras(Ha)-activated papillomas. Cell Growth & Differentiation, 5 6: 667-675. 35   44 Cited 37 times in Scopus37
Rothnagel, J. A., Greenhalgh, D. A., Wang, X. J., Sellheyer, K., Bickenbach, J. R., Dominey, A. M. and Roop, D. R. (1993) Transgenic models of skin diseases. Archives of Dermatology, 129 11: 1430-1436. doi:10.1001/archderm.129.11.1430 27   24 Cited 19 times in Scopus19 0