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all-trans retinoic acid
(177 times)
(31 times)
RAR (14 times)
RARs (11 times)
RXR (10 times)
1982 In vitro retinoid binding and release from a collagen sponge material in a simulated intravaginal environment.
trans-retinoic acid
(20 times)
(7 times)
RARE (3 times)
TTNPB (3 times)
AML (2 times)
1992 Stimulation of tissue plasminogen activator production by retinoic acid: synergistic effect on protein kinase C-mediated activation.
(9 times)
(3 times)
RA (7 times)
RARs (2 times)
RXRs (2 times)
1994 [Effects of 9-cis retinoic acid on hematopoiesis in vitro].
(1 time)
Allergy and Immunology
(1 time)
13Cis (1 time)
IFN-alpha (1 time)
SCC (1 time)
2002 Retinoids, cisplatin and interferon-alpha in recurrent or metastatic cervical squamous cell carcinoma: clinical results of 2 phase II trials.
either retinoic acid
(1 time)
(1 time)
9-cis-RA (1 time)
RARs (1 time)
RXRs (1 time)
2000 Identification of a unique binding protein specific for a novel retinoid inducing cellular apoptosis.
response to retinoic acid
(1 time)
(1 time)
APL (1 time)
1996 The PML/RAR alpha oncoprotein is a direct molecular target of retinoic acid in acute promyelocytic leukemia cells.
tRA only
(1 time)
(1 time)
FWD (1 time)
GD (1 time)
1995 Maternal restraint stress-enhanced teratogenicity of all-trans-retinoic acid in CD-1 mice.
trial of a differentiating agent
(1 time)
Antineoplastic Agents
(1 time)
--- 1996 A phase II trial of a differentiating agent (tRA) with cisplatin-VP 16 chemotherapy in advanced non-small cell lung cancer.
two retinoids, all-trans-RA
(1 time)
(1 time)
CRABP I or II (1 time)
t-retinol (1 time)
1995 Endogenous distribution of retinoids during normal development and teratogenesis in the mouse embryo.