Publications for Khaleda IslamCo-author map based on ISI articles 2007-
Journal ArticlesQuamrul Islam, Khaleda Islam and C A Sharp Epigenetic reprogramming of nonreplicating somatic cells for long-term proliferation by temporary cell-cell contact Stem Cells and Development, 2007, 16(2), 253-268. Web of Science® Times Cited: 2Quamrul Islam, V Panduri and Khaleda Islam Generation of somatic cell hybrids for the production of biologically active factors that stimulate proliferation of other cells Cell Proliferation, 2007, 40(1), 91-105. Web of Science® Times Cited: 1Quamrul Islam, L DA S Meirelles, NB Nardi, Per Magnusson and Khaleda Islam Polyethylene glycol-mediated fusion between primary mouse mesenchymal stem cells and mouse fibroblasts generates hybrid cells with increased proliferation and altered differentiation Stem Cells and Development, 2006, 15(6), 905-919. Web of Science® Times Cited: 13Quamrul Islam, J Ringe, E Reichmann, R Migotti, M Sittinger, L da S. Meirelles, N B Nardi, Per Magnusson and Khaleda Islam Functional characterization of cell hybrids generated by induced fusion of primary porcine mesenchymal stem cells with an immortal murine cell line Cell and Tissue Research, 2006, 326(1), 123-137. Web of Science® Times Cited: 9Lena Eklund, Khaleda Islam, Peter Söderkvist and Quamrul Islam Regional mapping of suppressor loci for anchorage independence and tumorigenicity on human chromosome 9 Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics, 2001, 130(2), 118-126. Web of Science® Times Cited: 3Quamrul Islam and Khaleda Islam Suppressor genes for malignant and anchorage-independent phenotypes located on human chromosome 9 have no dosage effects Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics, 2000, 88(1-2), 103-109. Web of Science® Times Cited: 4Quamrul Islam and Khaleda Islam A new functional classification of tumor-suppressing genes and its therapeutic implications Bioessays, 2000, 22(3), 274-285. Web of Science® Times Cited: 10Quamrul Islam and Khaleda Islam Evidence for suppression of cellular growth in vitro and selection against the indigenous mouse X chromosome in A9 cell hybrids after microcell-modiated transfer of an X from other mammalian species Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics, 2000, 88(1-2), 110-113. Web of Science® Times Cited: 1MQ Islam and Khaleda Islam Lack of tumor suppression but induced loss of copies of indigenous chromosome 10 in vitro following microcell-mediated transfer of a deleted human der(9)t(X,9) chromosome to Syrian hamster BHK-191-5C cells Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics, 1999, 87(1-2), 11-18.