Mike Fried

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Imperial Cancer Research Fund Laboratories Imperial College London, London, England, United Kingdom 
 Comprehensive Cancer Center University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
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Fried, Michael Studies of temperature sensitive mutants of polyoma virus. Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology (1965).

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Renato Dulbecco grad student 1965 Caltech
 (Studies of temperature sensitive mutants of polyoma virus.)

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Adrian C. Hayday grad student 1982 Imperial College London
H Earl Ruley post-doc 1982 Imperial College London (Microtree)
Harold Elliot Varmus research scientist 1978-1979 Imperial Cancer Research Fund (DevTree)
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Mor O, Read M, Fried M. (1997) p53 in polyoma virus transformed REF52 cells. Oncogene. 15: 3113-9
Ruley HE, Chaudry F, Read M, et al. (1988) The structure and function of the integrated polyoma virus DNA in 82-rat and 53-rat transformed cells. The Journal of General Virology. 69: 197-207
Hoyningen-Huene VV, Norbury C, Griffiths M, et al. (1986) Gene activation properties of a mouse DNA sequence isolated by expression selection Nucleic Acids Research. 14: 5615-5627
Wilson JB, Hayday A, Courtneidge S, et al. (1986) A frameshift at a mutational hotspot in the polyoma virus early region generates two new proteins that define T-antigen functional domains. Cell. 44: 477-87
Ruley HE, Fried M. (1983) Clustered illegitimate recombination events in mammalian cells involving very short sequence homologies. Nature. 304: 181-4
Ruley HE, Fried M. (1983) Sequence repeats in a polyoma virus DNA region important for gene expression. Journal of Virology. 47: 233-7
Hayday AC, Chaudry F, Fried M. (1983) Loss of polyoma virus infectivity as a result of a single amino acid change in a region of polyoma virus large T-antigen which has extensive amino acid homology with simian virus 40 large T-antigen. Journal of Virology. 45: 693-9
Cook PR, Lang J, Hayday A, et al. (1982) Active viral genes in transformed cells lie close to the nuclear cage. The Embo Journal. 1: 447-52
Hayday A, Ruley HE, Fried M. (1982) Structural and biological analysis of integrated polyoma virus DNA and its adjacent host sequences cloned from transformed rat cells. Journal of Virology. 44: 67-77
Ruley HE, Lania L, Chaudry F, et al. (1982) Use of a cellular polyadenylation signal by viral transcripts in polyoma virus transformed cells. Nucleic Acids Research. 10: 4515-24
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