Thymidine and DNA synthesis are all intrinsically tied to his study in DNA. His research on Thymidine often connects related areas such as Genetics. His Genetics study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as DMBA. In his papers, Henry Hennings integrates diverse fields, such as DNA synthesis and DNA. Much of his study explores Biochemistry relationship to In vitro. His study in Biochemistry extends to In vitro with its themes. His Molecular biology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Flow cytometry. His research on Flow cytometry frequently links to adjacent areas such as Molecular biology. He performs multidisciplinary study in Gene and Cellular differentiation in his work.
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Calcium regulation of growth and differentiation of mouse epidermal cells in culture
Henry Hennings;Delores Michael;Christina Cheng;Peter Steinert.
Calcium regulation of cell-cell contact and differentiation of epidermal cells in culture. An ultrastructural study.
Henry Hennings;Karen A. Holbrook.
Experimental Cell Research (1983)
Malignant conversion of mouse skin tumours is increased by tumour initiators and unaffected by tumour promoters.
Henry Hennings;Robert Shores;Martin L. Wenk;Edwin F. Spangler.
Phorbol esters stimulate DNA synthesis and ornithine decarboxylase activity in mouse epidermal cell cultures
Stuart H. Yuspa;Ulrike Lichti;Theresa Ben;Elroy Patterson.
Divergent responses in epidermal basal cells exposed to the tumor promoter 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate.
Stuart H. Yuspa;Theresa Ben;Henry Hennings;Ulrike Lichti.
Cancer Research (1982)
Bryostatin 1, an activator of protein kinase C, inhibits tumor promotion by phorbol esters in SENCAR mouse skin
Henry Hennings;Peter M. Blumberg;George R. Pettit;Cherry L. Herald.
Loss of expression of transforming growth factor beta in skin and skin tumors is associated with hyperproliferation and a high risk for malignant conversion
A B Glick;A B Kulkarni;T Tennenbaum;H Hennings.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1993)
Studies on the mechanism of skin tumor promotion.
Henry Hennings;R. K. Boutwell.
Cancer Research (1970)
FVB/N mice: an inbred strain sensitive to the chemical induction of squamous cell carcinomas in the skin
Henry Hennings;Adam B. Glick;David T. Lowry;Ljubicka S. Krsmanovic.
Development of Murine Epidermal Cell Lines Which Contain an Activated rasHa Oncogene and Form Papillomas in Skin Grafts on Athymic Nude Mouse Hosts
James E. Strickland;David A. Greenhalgh;Aneta Koceva-Chyla;Henry Hennings.
Cancer Research (1988)
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