Sheldon Greer

Microbiology and Immunology University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 
"Sheldon Greer"

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Hattie Elizabeth Alexander grad student 1958 Columbia
 (Growth inhibitors and their antagonists as mutagens and antimutagens in Escherichia coli)
Stephen Zamenhof post-doc 1956-1961 Columbia
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Li LS, Morales JC, Veigl M, et al. (2009) DNA mismatch repair (MMR)-dependent 5-fluorouracil cytotoxicity and the potential for new therapeutic targets. British Journal of Pharmacology. 158: 679-92
Cheng JC, Yoo CB, Weisenberger DJ, et al. (2004) Preferential response of cancer cells to zebularine. Cancer Cell. 6: 151-8
Cheng JC, Matsen CB, Gonzales FA, et al. (2003) Inhibition of DNA methylation and reactivation of silenced genes by zebularine. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 95: 399-409
Schildkraut I, Cooper GM, Greer S. (1975) Selective inhibition of the replication of herpes simplex virus by 5-halogenated analogues of deoxycytidine. Molecular Pharmacology. 11: 153-8
Cooper GM, Greer S. (1973) Phosphorylation of 5-halogenated deoxycytidine analogues by deoxycytidine kinase. Molecular Pharmacology. 9: 704-10
Cooper GM, Greer S. (1973) The effect of inhibition of cytidine deaminase by tetrahydrouridine on the utilization of deoxycytidine and 5-bromodeoxycytidine for deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis. Molecular Pharmacology. 9: 698-703
Cooper GM, Dunning WF, Greer S. (1972) Role of catabolism in pyrimidine utilization for nucleic acid synthesis in vivo. Cancer Research. 32: 390-7
Cooper GM, Greer S. (1970) Irreversible inhibition of dehalogenation of 5-iodouracil by 5-diazouracil and reversible inhibition by 5-cyanouracil. Cancer Research. 30: 2937-41
GREER S, ZAMENHOF S. (1962) Studies on depurination of DNA by heat. Journal of Molecular Biology. 4: 123-41
ZAMENHOF S, GREER S. (1958) Heat as an agent producing high frequency of mutations and unstable genes in Escherichia coli. Nature. 182: 611-3
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