Cancer research and Oncology are two areas of study in which Nancy E. Kohl engages in interdisciplinary research. She performs integrative study on Oncology and Pathology in her works. Her study ties her expertise on GiST together with the subject of Pathology. GiST and Cancer research are commonly linked in her work. Nancy E. Kohl undertakes multidisciplinary studies into In vivo and Pharmacokinetics in her work. She merges Pharmacokinetics with Pharmacology in her study. She integrates Pharmacology and Biotechnology in her research. Her research on Biotechnology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as In vivo. Cancer is often connected to Tyrosine-kinase inhibitor in her work.
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Active human immunodeficiency virus protease is required for viral infectivity.
Nancy E. Kohl;Emilio A. Emini;William A. Schleif;Lenora J. Davis.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1988)
Transposition and amplification of oncogene-related sequences in human neuroblastomas
Nancy E. Kohl;Naotoshi Kanda;Rhona R. Schreck;Gail Bruns.
Selective inhibition of ras-dependent transformation by a farnesyltransferase inhibitor.
NE Kohl;SD Mosser;SJ deSolms;EA Giuliani.
Inhibition of farnesyltransferase induces regression of mammary and salivary carcinomas in ras transgenic mice
Kohl Ne;Omer Ca;Conner Mw;Anthony Nj.
Nature Medicine (1995)
Farnesyltransferase inhibitors: Ras research yields a potential cancer therapeutic.
Jackson B. Gibbs;Allen Oliff;Nancy E. Kohl.
Differential expression of myc family genes during murine development
Kathryn A. Zimmerman;George D. Yancopoulos;Robert G. Collum;Russell K. Smith.
A Peptidomimetic Inhibitor of Farnesyl:Protein Transferase Blocks the Anchorage-dependent and -independent Growth of Human Tumor Cell Lines
Laura Sepp-Lorenzino;Zhenping Ma;Elaine Rands;Nancy E. Kohl.
Cancer Research (1995)
Protein farnesyltransferase inhibitors block the growth of ras-dependent tumors in nude mice.
N E Kohl;F R Wilson;S D Mosser;E Giuliani.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1994)
Selective inhibition of farnesyl-protein transferase blocks ras processing in vivo.
J. B. Gibbs;D. L. Pompliano;S. D. Mosser;E. Rands.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1993)
Induction of Apoptosis by an Inhibitor of the Mitotic Kinesin KSP Requires Both Activation of the Spindle Assembly Checkpoint and Mitotic Slippage
Weikang Tao;Victoria J. South;Yun Zhang;Joseph P. Davide.
Cancer Cell (2005)
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