Nerve Growth Factor

"Purification of a Nerve-Growth Promoting Protein from the Mouse Salivary Gland and its Neuro-Cytoxic Antiserum" (1960), by Stanley Cohen

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Epidermal Growth Factor

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Epidermal growth factor is a signaling molecule that stimulates the growth of epidermal tissues during development and throughout life. Stanley Cohen discovered epidermal growth factor (EGF) during studies of

"A Diffusible Agent of Mouse Sarcoma, Producing Hyperplasia of Sympathetic Ganglia and Hyperneurotization of Viscera in the Chick Embryo" (1953), by Rita Levi-Montalcini and Viktor Hamburger

“A diffusible agent of <a href="/search?text=mouse" title="" class="lexicon-term">mouse</a> sarcoma, producing <a href="/search?text=hyperplasia" title="" class="lexicon-term">hyperplasia</a> of sympathetic ganglia and hyperneurotization of viscera in the <a href="/search?text=chick" title="" class="lexicon-term">chick</a> embryo”

“A Diffusible Agent of Mouse Sarcoma, Producing Hyperplasia of Sympathetic Ganglia and Hyperneurotization of Viscera in the Chick Embryo,” by

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