Hi, I am Manuel Rieber, My LiveDNA is 44.6097
 
   
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Dr. Manuel Rieber
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Biochemistry from University of Manchester, UK
 
Institute: Cancer Cell Biochemistry Laboratory, Venezuela
 
Area of Interest: Biomedical Sciences
  •   Tumor Cell Resistance
  •   Metabolic Stress
  •   P53 Tumor Suppressor Protein
  •   Oxidative Stress
 
URL: http://livedna.org/44.6097
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Alonso, G., M. Rieber, 1983. Tumor-associated changes in plasma samples revealed by two-dimensional macromolecular mapping and selective lectin binding. Can. Biochem. Biophys., 7: 11-18.
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2:   Alvarez, M., M.S. Rieber and M. Rieber, 1998. Chromosome-6-mediated suppression of metastatic ability increases basal expression of UV-inducible superoxide dismutase and induction of p53. Int. J. Cancer, 77: 586-591.
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3:   Avila, J.L., M. Rojas and M. Rieber, 1984. Antibodies to laminin in American cutaneous leishmaniasis. Infect. Immun., 43: 402-406.
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4:   Avila, J.L., M. Rojas, G. Velazquez-Avila and M. Rieber, 1987. Antibodies to basement membrane proteins nidogen and laminin in sera from streptococcal-related diseases and juvenile rheumatoid arthritis patients. Clin. Exp. Immunol., 70: 555-561.
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5:   Avila, J.L., M. Rojas, G. Velazquez-Avila and M. Rieber, 1987. Antibodies to laminin in Trypanosoma rangeli-infected subjects. Parasitol. Res., 73: 178-179.
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6:   Bacalao, J. and M. Rieber, 1972. Ethambutol-mediated alterations in ribonucleic acid components of Mycobacterium smegmatis. J. Bacteriol., 112: 1004-1006.
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7:   Bacalao, J. and M. Rieber, 1972. Modified distribution of some cyclic AMP phosphodiesterase activities following growth of L cell fibroblasts in presence of prostaglandin E1. Exp. Cell Res., 75: 518-521.
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8:   Bacalao, J., M. Rieber, 1973. On the properties of a membrane-associated protein kinase from Chinese hamster ovary cells. Febs Lett., 37: 37-41.
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9:   Barker, G.R. and M. Rieber, 1967. The development of polysomes in the seed of Pisum arvense. Biochem. J., 105: 1195-1202.
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10:   Bemski, G., M. Rieber and H. Reyes, 1972. Ethambutol-mediated alterations of the ESR of Cu(II)-polynucleotides complexes. FEBS Lett., 23: 59-60.
11:   Bemski, G., M. Rieber and M. Wust, 1971. ESR of Cu(2+) bound to polynucleotides and derivatives. FEBS Lett., 14: 117-120.
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12:   Blau, S. and M. Rieber, 1982. Unequal alterations of endogenous protein phosphorylation in cells prevented from DNA synthesis by hydroxyurea or cholera toxin. Cell Biol. Int. Rep., 6: 675-680.
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13:   Calderon-Aparicio, A., M. Strasberg-Rieber and M. Rieber, 2015. Disulfiram anti-cancer efficacy without copper overload is enhanced by extracellular H2O2 generation: Antagonism by tetrathiomolybdate. Oncotarget, 6: 29771-29781.
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14:   Castillo, M.A., F. Gil and M. Rieber, 1985. Serum mediated changes in cell attachment and cytoplasmic organization of B16 melanoma correlates with selective alterations in secreted proteins. Cell Biol. Int. Rep., 9: 977-984.
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15:   Cesari, I.M., M. Rieber and T. Imaeda, 1969. Bacitracin action on membranes of mycobacteria. J. Gen. Microbiol., 55: 155-159.
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16:   Cesari, I.M., M. Rieber and T. Imaeda, 1969. Localization and properties of enzymes involved with electron transport activity in mycobacteria. J. Bacteriol., 98: 767-773.
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17:   Chavez-Perez, V.A., M. Strasberg-Rieber and M. Rieber, 2011. Metabolic utilization of exogenous pyruvate by mutant p53 (R175H) human melanoma cells promotes survival under glucose depletion. Cancer Biol. Ther., 12: 647-656.
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18:   Chavez-Perez, V.A., M. Strasberg-Rieber and M. Rieber, 2013. Hypoxia and hypoxia mimetic cooperate to counteract tumor cell resistance to glucose starvation preferentially in tumor cells with mutant p53. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 443: 120-125.
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19:   Ciarrocchi, A., Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1992. Extracellular RGD-binding proteins modulate cell adhesion. Biochem, Biophys. Res. Commun., 183: 544-552.
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20:   Contreras,C.E., M.S. Rieber, N. Bianco and M. Rieber, 1988. Human repetitive and unique sequences coexist in a large circulating DNA species found in cryoprecipitates from SLE patients. Clin. Exp. Immunol., 71: 73-78.
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21:   Garcia, L. and M. Rieber, 1972. On the types of DNA synthesis in rabbit macrophages. FEBS Lett., 25: 224-226.
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22:   Gomez Sarosi, L.A., M.S. Rieber and M. Rieber, 2003. Hydrogen peroxide increases a 55-kDa tyrosinase concomitantly with induction of p53-dependent p21 waf1 expression and a greater Bax/Bcl-2 ratio in pigmented melanoma. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 312: 355-359.
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23:   Gomez, L.A., M. Strasberg Rieber and M. Rieber, 1995. Decrease in actin gene expression in melanoma cells compared to melanocytes is partly counteracted by BrdU-induced cell adhesion and antagonized by L-tyrosine induction of terminal differentiation. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 216: 84-89.
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24:   Gomez, L.A., M.S. Rieber and M. Rieber, 1996. PCR-mediated differential display and cloning of a melanocyte gene decreased in malignant melanoma and up-regulated with sensitization to DNA damage. DNA Cell Biol., 15: 423-427.
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25:   Gomez-Sarosi, L.A., M. Strasberg-Rieber and M. Rieber, 2009. ERK activation increases nitroprusside induced apoptosis in human melanoma cells irrespective of p53 status: Role of superoxide dismutases. Cancer Biol. Ther., 8: 1173-1182.
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26:   Gomez-Sarosi, L.A., M. Strasberg-Rieber, M. Rieber, 2010. H2O2 preferentially synergizes with nitroprusside to induce apoptosis associated with superoxide dismutase dysregulation in human melanoma irrespective of p53 status: Antagonism by o-phenanthroline. Chem. Biol. Interact., 188: 134-143.
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27:   Imaeda, T. and M. Rieber, 1968. Mitomycin C-induced phage-like particles in a mutant of Mycobacterium tuberculosis BCG. J. Bacteriol., 96 : 557-559.
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28:   Imaeda, T., F. Kanetsuna and M. Rieber, 1968. In vitro effect of cycloserine on mycobacterial ultrastructure. Tubercle, 49: 385-396.
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29:   Imaeda, T., F. Kanetsuna, M. Rieber, B. Galindo and I.M. Cesari, 1969. Ultrastructural characteristics of mycobacterial growth. J. Med. Microbiol., 2: 181-186.
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30:   Meza, A.T. and M. Rieber, 1978. Dibutyryladenosine 3':5'-cyclic monophosphate-mediated changes in rat cells involve macromolecular alterations in vinblastine-precipitable proteins. Biochem. J., 174: 1071-1074.
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31:   Meza, A.T. and M. Rieber, 1980. Transformation-dependent effect of dibutyryl cyclic AMP on surface properties of rat cultured cells. Cancer Biochem. Biophys., 4: 221-226.
32:   Morasso, M.I., M.S. Rieber, C. Urbina and M. Rieber, 1989. Changes in cytoskeleton-associated molecules in cells with different degrees of proliferation and metastatic ability. Cell Biol. Int. Rep., 13: 863-872.
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33:   Morasso, M.I., M.S. Rieber, F. Gil and M. Rieber, 1990. Cell adhesion regulates melanoma specific differentiation and interactions with the 3' region of the tyrosinase gene. Biochem, Biophys. Res. Commun., 172: 638-645.
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34:   Pereira, A.M.M., M. Strasberg-Rieber and M. Rieber, 2005. Invasion-associated MMP-2 and MMP-9 are up-regulated intracellularly in concert with apoptosis linked to melanoma cell detachment. Clin. Exp. Metastasis, 22: 285-295.
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35:   Rhenals, M.V., M. Strasberg-Rieber and M. Rieber, 2010. Nitric oxide donors or nitrite counteract copper-[dithiocarbamate]2-mediated tumor cell death and inducible nitric oxide synthase down-regulation: Possible role of a nitrosyl-copper [dithiocarbamate]2 complex. J. Med. Chem., 53: 1627-1635.
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36:   Rieber, M. and N. Millan, 1971. Enhanced DNA uptake and transfection in Escherichia coli cells grown in low-phosphate medium. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 246: 384-395.
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37:   Rieber, M. and A.T. Meza, 1977. The molecular and cell-surface changes associated with morphological alterations mediated by dibutyryladenosine 3:5-cyclic monophoshpate in rat cells [proceedings]. iochem. Soc. Trans., 5: 1140-1141.
38:   Rieber, M. and A.T. Meza, 1981. Anodic migration of actin and increased levels of a cathodic fibronectin among the cytoskeletal changes that correlate with increased cell adherence in liver epithelioid tumor cells. Cell Biol. Int. Rep., 5: 791-796.
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39:   Rieber, M. and E. Romano, 1976. Transformation-dependent modifications in released and cell-bound surface proteins detected by antisera to shed antigens. Cancer Res., 36: 3568-3573.
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40:   Rieber, M. and F. Weinstein-Schonfeld, 1974. Appearance of an inhibitor of RNA polymerase activity in thermophilic Mycobacterium phlei exposed to sublethal temperatures. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 361: 236-240.
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41:   Rieber, M. and G. Bemski, 1968. Studies on isoniazid-copper interaction. Biochem. J., 109: 39P-40P.
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42:   Rieber, M. and G. Bemski, 1969. On the mycobactericidal effect of the interaction isoniazid--copper. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 131: 655-658.
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43:   Rieber, M. and J. Bacalao, 1973. Phosphorylation of high-molecular-weight membrane protein species in Chinese-hamster ovary cells in culture: effect of 6-N,2'-O-dibutyryladenosine 3':5'-cyclic monophosphate plus testosterone. Biochem. J., 132: 641-644.
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44:   Rieber, M. and J. Bacalao, 1974. Alterations in nuclear phosphoproteins of a temperature-sensitive Chinese hamster cell line exposed to non-permissive conditions. Exp. Cell Res., 85: 334-338.
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45:   Rieber, M. and J. Bacalao, 1974. An external RNA removable from mammalian cells by mild proteolysis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA., 71: 4960-4964.
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46:   Rieber, M. and J. Bacalao, 1974. Selective enhancement of cytoplasmic protein species and continued histone synthesis during inhibition of DNA synthesis in temperature-sensitive Chinese hamster cells. Cancer Res., 34: 3083-3088.
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47:   Rieber, M. and J. Bacalao, 1976. A cyclic adenosine 3':5'-monophosphate-mediated effect of cholera toxin on high-molecular-weight glycoprotein species of malignant cells. Cancer Res., 36: 3178-3184.
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48:   Rieber, M. and J. Bacalao, 1976. Selective modification of cell surface proteins and thymidine transport in hamster cells exposed to cholera toxin. J. Supramol. Struct., 4: 127-132.
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49:   Rieber, M. and J.C. Irwin, 1974. The possible correlation of growth rate and expression of transformation with temperature-dependent modification in high-molecular-weight membrane glycoproteins in mammalian cells transformed by a wild-type and by a thermosensitive mutant of avian sarcoma virus. Cancer Res., 34: 3469-3473.
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50:   Rieber, M. and L. Seyler, 1980. Growth inhibition of mouse mammary tumor cells by dexamethasone concurrent with enhanced endogenous protein phosphorylation: Effects of retinoic acid. Cell Biol. Int. Rep., 4: 1075-1079.
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51:   Rieber, M. and M. Strasberg-Rieber, 1998. Induction of p53 and melanoma cell death is reciprocal with down-regulation of E2F, cyclin D1 and pRB. Int. J. Cancer, 76: 757-760.
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52:   Rieber, M. and M. Strasberg-Rieber, 2007. Different chromatin organization in benign and malignant cells revealed by unequal nuclease sensitivity between tumor and normal cell genomes. Am. J. Pathol., 170: 787-788.
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53:   Rieber, M. and M. Strasberg-Rieber, 2012. Hypoxia, Mn-SOD and H2O2 regulate p53 reactivation and PRIMA-1 toxicity irrespective of p53 status in human breast cancer cells. Biochem. Pharmacol., 84: 1563-1570.
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54:   Rieber, M. and M. Strasberg-Rieber, 2014. p53 inactivation decreases dependence on estrogen/ERK signalling for proliferation but promotes EMT and susceptility to 3-bromopyruvate in ERα+ breast cancer MCF-7 cells. Biochem. Pharmacol., 88: 169-177.
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55:   Rieber, M. and M.A. Castillo, 1984. Unequal forms of 140-110 kD glycoproteins in B16 melanoma cells with differing detachment properties and metastatic behavior: influence of bromodeoxyuridine. Int. J. Can., 33: 765-770.
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56:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1979. Heterogeneity in cell-associated transformation-sensitive proteins antigenically related to fibronectin. Cancer Res., 39: 1803-1806.
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57:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1980. Effect of malignant transformation and arginine limitation on fibronectin and other cell surface macromolecules of liver epithelial cultures. Cancer Res., 40: 2562-2567.
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58:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1981. Effect of cell transformation and iododeoxyuridine on the charge heterogeneity of large external transformation-sensitive proteins. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 99: 414-421.
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59:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1981. Metastatic potential correlates with cell-surface protein alterations in B16 melanoma variants. Nature, 293: 74-76.
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60:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1982. An effect of fibronectin in epidermal growth factor (EGF)-stimulated membrane protein phosphorylation in human carcinoma cells. Exp. Cell Res., 138: 441-446.
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61:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1982. Loss of fibronectin among the selective surface protein changes associated with p-formaldehyde promoted membrane vesiculation. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 104: 844-850.
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62:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1982. Novel correlation between greater cell adhesion to substratum and an increased association of cell surface proteins with polypeptides involved in actin polymerization. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 106: 236-242.
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63:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1985. Improved detection of labile cell-surface components with zinc chloride-aprotinin: demonstration of glycoprotein differences in K-1735 metastatic melanoma variants. Int. J. Can., 36: 623-628.
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64:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1990. A Hoechst H33258 agarose plate assay for the estimation of nanogram DNA levels without RNA interference: applications in PCR and in estimations of plasmid and cytoplasmic DNA. Nucleic Acids Res., .
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65:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1990. Tumor hypersensitive DNA is enriched in c-myc sequences and reacts differentially with normal and malignant genomic DNA. Biochem, Biophys. Res. Commun., 169: 352-359.
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66:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1991. Differential genomic susceptibility in malignancy correlates with changes in ATATAT DNA-binding proteins. Biochem, Biophys. Res. Commun., 178: 1036-1042.
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67:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1992. Accessibility to DNA in carcinoma chromatin is promoted by nanomolar okadaic acid: effect on AT-rich DNA binding proteins. Can. Res., 52: 6397-6399.
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68:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1993. Early inhibition of protein phosphatases preferentially blocks phorbol ester-stimulated mitogenic signalling in melanocytes: increase in specific tyrosine phosphoproteins. Biochem, Biophys. Res. Commun., 192: 483-491.
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69:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1993. Specific tyrosinases associated with melanoma replicative senescence and melanogenesis. Can.Res., 53: 2469-2471.
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70:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1994. Cyclin-dependent kinase 2 and cyclin A interaction with E2F are targets for tyrosine induction of B16 melanoma terminal differentiation. Cell Growth Differ., 5: 1339-1346.
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71:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1994. UV radiation induces DNA fragmentation and cell death in B16 melanoma sensitized by bromodeoxyuridine: impaired c-jun induction and defective tyrosine phosphorylation signalling. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 203: 1629-1637.
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72:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1998. Correspondence re: S. Fulda et al., Betulinic acid triggers CD95 (Apo1/Fas)- and p53-independent apoptosis via activation of caspases in neuroectodermal tumors. Cancer Res., 57: 4956-4964, 1997. Cancer Res., 58: 5876-5877.
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73:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1998. Induction of p53 without increase in p21WAF1 in betulinic acid-mediated cell death is preferential for human metastatic melanoma. DNA Cell Biol., 17: 399-406.
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74:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1999. Tumor suppression without differentiation or apoptosis by antisense cyclin D1 gene transfer in K1735 melanoma involves induction of p53, p21WAF1 and superoxide dismutases. Cell Death Differ., 6: 1209-1215.
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75:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 1999. Unequal nuclear Sp1/GC box DNA binding activity distinguishes proliferating from differentiated senescent or apoptotic cells. Int. J. Cancer, 83: 359-364.
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76:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 2000. Apoptosis-inducing levels of UV radiation and proteasome inhibitors produce opposite effects on p21WAF1 in human melanoma cells. Int. J. Cancer, 86: 462-467.
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77:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 2003. N-Acetylcysteine enhances UV-mediated caspase-3 activation, fragmentation of E2F-4 and apoptosis in human C8161 melanoma: Inhibition by ectopic Bcl-2 expression. Biochem. Pharmacol., 65: 1593-1601.
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78:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 2006. Cyclin D1 overexpression induces epidermal growth factor-independent resistance to apoptosis linked to BCL-2 in human A431 carcinoma. Apoptosis, 11: 121-129.
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79:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 2006. Signalling responses linked to betulinic acid-induced apoptosis are antagonized by MEK inhibitor U0126 in adherent or 3D spheroid melanoma irrespective of p53 status. Int. J. Cancer, 118: 1135-1143.
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80:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 2008. Mcl-1 cleavage and sustained phosphorylation of c-Jun-N-terminal kinase mediate melanoma apoptosis induced by 2-acetyl furanonaphthoquinone: Roles of Bcl-2 and p53. Cancer Biol. Ther., 7: 1206-1211.
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81:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 2008. Sensitization to radiation-induced DNA damage accelerates loss of bcl-2 and increases apoptosis and autophagy. Cancer Biol. Ther., 7: 1561-1566.
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82:   Rieber, M. and M.S. Rieber, 2009. DN-R175H p53 mutation is more effective than p53 interference in inducing epithelial disorganization and activation of proliferation signals in human carcinoma cells: role of E-cadherin. Int. J. Cancer, 125: 1604-1612.
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83:   Rieber, M. and N. Pazmino, 1971. Nature of the nuclease activity prevalent in Mycobacterium smegmatis during in vitro amino acid incorporation. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 232: 410-418.
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84:   Rieber, M. and R. Angulo, 1971. State of the DNA incorporated by Escherichia coli ''permeable'' cells. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 246: 396-402.
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85:   Rieber, M. and T. Imaeda, 1969. Anomalous induction of mycobacteriophages mediated by mitomycin C. J. Virol., 4: 542-544.
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86:   Rieber, M. and T. Imaeda, 1969. Effect of isoniazid on mycobacterial polyphenylalanine synthesis. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 186: 173-177.
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87:   Rieber, M. and T. Imaeda, 1969. Production of tubules and bacteriophage-like particles in mycobacteria after bacitracin treatment. J. Bacteriol., 98: 821-823.
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88:   Rieber, M., 1975. Where are the dangers in fires-combustible gases and their effects. Zentralbl. Arbeitsmed., 25: 133-139.
89:   Rieber, M., 1976. Alteration in macromolecular glycosylation of transformed cells mediated by cholera toxin and dibutyryl adenosine 3':5'-cyclic monophosphate. Biochem. Soc. Trans., 4: 1073-1074.
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90:   Rieber, M., 1977. Is fire prevention and textiles compatible? Zentralbl. Arbeitsmed. Arbeitsschutz Prophyl, 27: 37-45.
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91:   Rieber, M., A. Gross and M.S. Rieber, 1987. Relationship of a Mr 140 fibronectin receptor and other adhesion-related glycoproteins to tumor cell-cell interaction. Can. Res., 47: 5127-5131.
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92:   Rieber, M., C.E. Contreras, M.S Rieber and N.E. Bianco, 1986. Novel DNA-protein complex and a large DNA in SLE cryoprecipitates. Clin. Exp. Immunol., 66: 61-67.
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93:   Rieber, M., F. Gil, M.S. Rieber and C. Urbina, 1986. Substrate-dependent effect of epidermal growth factor on intercellular adhesion and synthesis of triton-insoluble proteins in human carcinoma A431 cells. Int. J. Cancer., 37: 411-418.
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94:   Rieber, M., J. Bacalao and G. Alonso, 1975. Cholera toxin effects on cell growth accompanied by selective alterations in metabolite uptake and modification of cell surface proteins. Cancer Res., 35: 3009-3013.
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95:   Rieber, M., J. Bacalao and G. Alonso, 1975. Turnover of high-molecular-weight cell surface proteins during growth and expression of malignant transformation. Cancer Res., 35: 2104-2108.
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96:   Rieber, M., J. Bacalao and M. Rieber, 1977. Continued presence of similar transformation-associated antigens related to murine oncornavirus proteins in -ransformed cells, morphological revertants and cells restricted in the expression of transformation. Cancer Res., 37: 1170-1174.
97:   Rieber, M., J. Bacalao, M. Rieber and G. Alonso, 1977. Demonstration of different glycosylated antigens in C-type virus-transformed and infected rat cells by antiserum to murine leukemia virus. Cancer Res., 37: 1165-1169.
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98:   Rieber, M., J.D. Medina and M. Strasberg-Rieber, 2002. Relationship of Mcl-1 isoforms, ratio p21WAF1/cyclin A and Jun kinase phosphorylation to apoptosis in human breast carcinomas. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 297: 943-949.
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99:   Rieber, M., M. Rieber and M. Alonso, 1979. Antiserum to murine leukemia virus recognizes novel cell surface molecules associated with growth control and transformation. Int. J. Cancer, 23: 547-554.
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100:   Rieber, M., M. Strasberg-Rieber, 2005. Induction of tumor cell apoptosis and chemosensitization by antisense strategies. Meth. Mol. Med., 106: 205-214.
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101:   Rieber, M., M.A Castillo, M.S. Rieber, J.C. Irwin and C. Urbina, 1988. Decrease in tumor-cell attachment and in a 140-kDa fibronectin receptor correlate with greater expression of multiple 34-kDa surface proteins and cytoplasmic 54-kDa components. Int. J. Can., 41: 96-100.
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102:   Rieber, M., M.S. Rieber and C. Urbina, 1989. DNA on membrane receptors: a target for monoclonal anti-DNA antibody induced by a nucleoprotein shed in systemic lupus erythematosus. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 159: 1441-1447.
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103:   Rieber, M., M.S. Rieber, C. Urbina and R. Lira, 1984. Relationship of a novel extracellular matrix glycoprotein to cell detachment in highly metastatic B16 melanoma: modulating effect of bromodeoxyuridine. Int. J. Can., 34: 427-432.
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104:   Rieber, M., M.S. Rieber, C. Urbina and R. Lira, 1986. 120 and 80 kd detergent-insoluble glycoproteins as markers of differentiation and adhesion in B16 melanoma. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 140: 638-643.
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105:   Rieber, M., M.S. Rieber, C. Urbina and R. Lira, 1989. Differential response of adherent and unanchored melanoma cells to bromodeoxyuridine evidenced by specific lectin-binding protein changes. Int. J. Can., 43: 841-844.
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106:   Rieber, M.S. and M. Rieber, 1980. Differential susceptibility of fibroblastic and non-fibroblastic surface fibronectins to periodate-borohydride labelling and enzymic treatment. Cell Biol. Int. Rep., 4: 685-690.
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107:   Rieber, M.S. and M. Rieber, 1981. Transformed cells exhibit altered response to db cycle amp-mediated modulation of protein phosphorylation and different endogenous phosphoprotein acceptors. Cancer Biochem. Biophys., 5: 163-167.
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108:   Rieber, M.S. and M. Rieber, 1997. Sensitization to DNA damage by okadaic acid or bromodeoxyuridine involves unequal effects on melanoma cell adhesion and differentiation. DNA Cell Biol., 16: 121-125.
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109:   Rieber, M.S., A. Anzellotti, R.A. Sanchez-Delgado and M. Rieber, 2004. Tumor apoptosis induced by ruthenium(II)-ketoconazole is enhanced in nonsusceptible carcinoma by monoclonal antibody to EGF receptor. Int. J. Cancer, 112: 376-384.
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110:   Rieber, M.S., D.R. Welch and M. Rieber, 2001. Suppression of C8161 melanoma metastatic ability by chromosome 6 induces differentiation-associated tyrosinase and decreases proliferation on adhesion-restrictive substrates mediated by overexpression of p21WAF1 and down-regulation of bcl-2 and cyclin D3. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 281: 159-165.
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111:   Rieber, M.S., D.R. Welch, M.E. Miele and M. Rieber, 1996. p53-independent increase in p21WAF1 and reciprocal down-regulation of cyclin A and proliferating cell nuclear antigen in bromodeoxyuridine-mediated growth arrest of human melanoma cells. Cell Growth Differ., 7: 197-202.
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112:   Rieber, M.S., M. Viola-Rhenals and M. Rieber, 2007. Attenuation of genotoxicity under adhesion-restrictive conditions through modulation of p53,γ H2AX and nuclear DNA organization. Apoptosis, 12: 449-458.
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113:   Rieber, M.S., U. Zangemeister-Wittke and M. Rieber, 2001. p53-Independent induction of apoptosis in human melanoma cells by a bcl-2/bcl-xL bispecific antisense oligonucleotide. Clin. Cancer Res., 7: 1446-1451.
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114:   Rieber, l.M. and M.S. Rieber, 1983. Epidermal growth factor promoted changes in the triton-insoluble cytoskeletal matrix from human epidermal carcinoma cells: effect of bromodeoxyuridine. Cell Biol. Int. Rep., 7: 669-675.
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115:   Solorzano, L., M.S. Rieber and M. Rieber, 2000. Lower cyclin H and cyclin-dependent kinase-activating kinase activity in cell cycle arrest induced by lack of adhesion to substratum. Cancer Res., 60: 7114-7118.
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116:   Solorzano, L., M.S. Rieber, J.D. Medina and M. Rieber, 2005. Decreased glycolytic metabolism accelerates apoptosis in response to 2-acetyl furanonaphthoquinone in K1735 melanoma irrespective of bcl-2 overexpression. Cancer Biol. Ther., 4: 329-335.
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117:   Strasberg Rieber, M. and M. Rieber, 1995. Suppression of cyclin D1 but not cdk4 or cyclin A with induction of melanoma terminal differentiation. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 216: 422-427.
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118:   Viola-Rhenals, M., M.S. Rieber and M. Rieber, 2006. Suppression of survival in human SKBR3 breast carcinoma in response to metal-chelator complexes is preferential for copper-dithiocarbamate. Biochem. Pharmacol., 71: 722-734.
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119:   Viola-Rhenals, M., M.S. Rieber and M. Rieber, 2007. Role of peroxidases, thiols and Bak/Bax in tumor cell susceptibility to Cu[DEDTC]2. Biochem. Pharmacol., 74: 841-850.
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120:   Welch, D.R., T. Sakamaki, R. Pioquinto, T.O. Leonard and S.F. Goldberg et al., 2000. Transfection of constitutively active mitogen-activated protein/extracellular signal-regulated kinase kinase confers tumorigenic and metastatic potentials to NIH3T3 cells. Cancer Res., 60: 1552-1556.
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