Craig D Woodworth
Craig D Woodworth
Professor, Department of Biology, Clarkson University
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Papillomavirus type 16 oncogenes downregulate expression of interferon-responsive genes and upregulate proliferation-associated and NF-κB-responsive genes in cervical keratinocytes
M Nees, JM Geoghegan, T Hyman, S Frank, L Miller, CD Woodworth
Journal of virology 75 (9), 4283-4296, 2001
Maintenance of differentiated rat hepatocytes in primary culture
HC Isom, T Secott, I Georgoff, C Woodworth, J Mummaw
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 82 (10), 3252-3256, 1985
Fundamental differences in cell cycle deregulation in human papillomavirus–positive and human papillomavirus–negative head/neck and cervical cancers
D Pyeon, MA Newton, PF Lambert, JA Den Boon, S Sengupta, CJ Marsit, ...
Cancer research 67 (10), 4605-4619, 2007
Immortalization of human foreskin keratinocytes by various human papillomavirus DNAs corresponds to their association with cervical carcinoma.
CD Woodworth, J Doniger, JA DiPaolo
Journal of Virology 63 (1), 159-164, 1989
Atomic force microscopy detects differences in the surface brush of normal and cancerous cells
S Iyer, RM Gaikwad, V Subba-Rao, CD Woodworth, I Sokolov
Nature nanotechnology 4 (6), 389, 2009
Characterization of normal human exocervical epithelial cells immortalized in vitro by papillomavirus types 16 and 18 DNA
CD Woodworth, PE Bowden, J Doniger, L Pirisi, W Barnes, WD Lancaster, ...
Cancer research 48 (16), 4620-4628, 1988
Induction of human cervical squamous cell carcinoma by sequential transfection with human papillomavirus 16 DNA and viral Harvey ras.
JA DiPaolo, CD Woodworth, NC Popescu, V Notario, J Doniger
Oncogene 4 (4), 395-399, 1989
Human epithelial cells increase their rigidity with ageing in vitro: direct measurements
TK Berdyyeva, CD Woodworth, I Sokolov
Physics in Medicine & Biology 50 (1), 81, 2004
Adams PD; Kaelin WG Jr Transcriptional control by E2F. Semin Cancer Biol 6: 99-108 (1995)
V Adams, W Kempf, S Hassam, J Briner, M Schmid, R Moos, M Pfaltz, ...
Semin Cancer Biol 6, 99-108, 1995
Interleukin 1 alpha and tumor necrosis factor alpha stimulate autocrine amphiregulin expression and proliferation of human papillomavirus-immortalized and carcinoma-derived …
CD Woodworth, E McMullin, M Iglesias, GD Plowman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (7), 2840-2844, 1995
Comparative lymphokine secretion by cultured normal human cervical keratinocytes, papillomavirus-immortalized, and carcinoma cell lines.
CD Woodworth, S Simpson
The American journal of pathology 142 (5), 1544, 1993
Transforming growth factors beta 1 and 2 transcriptionally regulate human papillomavirus (HPV) type 16 early gene expression in HPV-immortalized human genital epithelial cells.
CD Woodworth, V Notario, JA DiPaolo
Journal of virology 64 (10), 4767-4775, 1990
Human cervical and foreskin epithelial cells immortalized by human papillomavirus DNAs exhibit dysplastic differentiation in vivo
CD Woodworth, S Waggoner, W Barnes, MH Stoler, JA DiPaolo
Cancer research 50 (12), 3709-3715, 1990
Inhibition of the epidermal growth factor receptor increases expression of genes that stimulate inflammation, apoptosis, and cell attachment
CD Woodworth, E Michael, D Marker, S Allen, L Smith, M Nees
Molecular cancer therapeutics 4 (4), 650-658, 2005
The interaction between HPV infection and estrogen metabolism in cervical carcinogenesis
KJ Auborn, C Woodworth, JA Dipaolo, HL Bradlow
International journal of cancer 49 (6), 867-869, 1991
Human herpesvirus 6 infects cervical epithelial cells and transactivates human papillomavirus gene expression.
M Chen, N Popescu, C Woodworth, Z Berneman, M Corbellino, P Lusso, ...
Journal of virology 68 (2), 1173-1178, 1994
Overexpression of the insulin-like growth factor-1 receptor and autocrine stimulation in human cervical cancer cells
MA Steller, CH Delgado, CJ Bartels, CD Woodworth, Z Zou
Cancer research 56 (8), 1761-1765, 1996
HPV innate immunity.
CD Woodworth
Frontiers in bioscience: a journal and virtual library 7, d2058-71, 2002
Recombinant retroviruses encoding human papillomavirus type 18 E6 and E7 genes stimulate proliferation and delay differentiation of human keratinocytes early after infection.
CD Woodworth, S Cheng, S Simpson, L Hamacher, LT Chow, TR Broker, ...
Oncogene 7 (4), 619-626, 1992
Transformation of rat hepatocytes by transfection with simian virus 40 DNA to yield proliferating differentiated cells
C Woodworth, T Secott, HC Isom
Cancer research 46 (8), 4018-4026, 1986
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