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  EMBO-Journal: 15 November 1995 (Volume 14, No 22)  
  November 15, 1995

virtual library in human genetics and molecular biology

 
     
Editor in Chief
Jeff Schell, Chairman of the EMBO Council

Executive Editors
John Tooze ICRF
Iain W.Mattaj EMBL


Oxford University Press
  Date of publishing: November, 1995  
 


AU CAMPBELL-D. ZHOU-G. GUSTAFSSON-P. OQUIST- G.
CLARKE-A-K.
TI Electron transport regulates exchange of two forms of
photosystem II D1 protein in the cyanobacterium
Synechococcus.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5457-5466.

AU MONTERO-M. BRINI-M. MARSAULT-R. ALVAREZ-J.
SITIA-R. POZZAN-T. RIZZUTO-R.
TI Monitoring dynamic changes in free Ca2+ concentration in
the endoplasmic reticulum of intact cells.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5467-5475.

AU SEGUI-REAL-B. MARTINEZ-M. SANDOVAL-I-V.
TI Yeast aminopeptidase I is post-translationally sorted from the
cytosol to the vacuole by a mechanism mediated by its
bipartite N-terminal extension.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5476-5484.

AU HAUSER-S. BACHER-G. DOBBERSTEIN-B. LUTCKE-H.
TI A complex of the signal sequence binding protein and the
SRP RNA promotes translocation of nascent proteins.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5485-5493.

AU VALENT-Q-A. KENDALL-D-A. HIGH-S. KUSTERS- R.
OUDEGA-B. LUIRINK-J.
TI Early events in preprotein recognition in E.coli: interaction of
SRP and trigger factor with nascent polypeptides.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5494-5505.

AU RIETVELD-A-G. KOORENGEVEL-M-C. DE-KRUIJFF- B.
TI Non-bilayer lipids are required for efficient protein transport
across the plasma membrane of Escherichia coli.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5506-5513.

AU TATULIAN-S-A. HINTERDORFER-P. BABER-G.
TAMM-L-K.
TI Influenza hemagglutinin assumes a tilted conformation during
membrane fusion as determined by attenuated total reflection
FTIR spectroscopy.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5514-5523.

AU RAPAPORT-D. OVADIA-M. SHAI-Y.
TI A synthetic peptide corresponding to a conserved heptad
repeat domain is a potent inhibitor of Sendai virus-cell fusion:
an emerging similarity with functional domains of other
viruses.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5524-5531.

AU TAGLIALATELA-M. FICKER-E. WIBLE-B-A. BROWN-
A-M.
TI C-terminus determinants for Mg2+ and polyamine block of
the inward rectifier K+ channel IRK1.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5532-5541.

AU VALIQUETTE-M. PARENT-S. LOISEL-T-P. BOUVIER-M.
TI Mutation of tyrosine-141 inhibits insulin-promoted tyrosine
phophorylation and icnreased responsiveness of the human
beta2-adrenergic receptor.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5542-5549.

AU IRIE-A. KAMATA-T. PUZON-MCLAUGHLIN-W.
TAKADA-Y.
TI Critical amino acid residues for ligand binding are clustered in
a predicted beta-turn of the third N-terminal repeat in the
integrin alpha4 and alpha5 subunits.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5550-5556.

AU DAMEN-J-E. WAKAO-H. MIYAJIMA-A. KROSL-J.
HUMPHRIES-R-K. CUTLER-R-L. KRYSTAL-G.
TI Tyrosine 343 in the erythropoietin receptor positively
regulates erythropoietin-induced cell proliferation and Stat5
activation.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5557-5568.

AU ALEXANDER-W-S. METCALF-D. DUNN-A-R.
TI Point mutations within a dimer interface homology domain of
c-Mpl induce constitutive receptor activity and
tumorigenicity.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5569-5578.

AU KISCHKEL-F-C. HELLBARDT-S. BEHRMANN-I.
GERMER-M. PAWLITA-M. KRAMMER-P-H. PETER-M-E.
TI Cytotoxicity-dependent APO-1 (Fas/CD95)-associated
proteins form a death-inducing signaling complex (DISC)
with the receptor.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5579-5588.

AU CHITTENDEN-T. FLEMINGTON-C. HOUGHTON-A- B.
EBB-R-G. GALLO-G-J. ELANGOVAN-B.
CHINNADURAI-G. LUTZ-R-J.
TI A conserved domain in Bak, distinct from BH1 and BH2,
mediates cell death and protein binding functions.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5589-5596.

AU NEBREDA-A-R. GANNON-J-V. HUNT-T.
TI Newly synthesized protein(s) must associate with p34cdc2 to
activate MAP kinase and MPF during progesterone-induced
maturation of Xenopus oocytes.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5597-5607.

AU TASSAN-J-P. JAQUENOUD-M. FRY-A-M. FRUTIGER-S.
HUGHES-G-J. NIGG-E-A.
TI In vitro assembly of a functional human CDK7-cyclin H
complex requires MAT1, a novel 36 kDa RING finger
protein.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5608-5617.

AU BAEG-G-H. MATSUMINE-A. KURODA-T.
BHATTACHARJEE-R-N. MIYASHIRO-I. TOYOSHIMA-
K. AKIYAMA-T.
TI The tumor suppressor gene product APC blocks cell cycle
progression from G0/G1 to S phase.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5618-5625.

AU FEILER-H-S. DESPREZ-T. SANTONI-V.
KRONENBERGER-J. CABOCHE-M. TRAAS-J.
TI The higher plant Arabidopsis thaliana encodes a functional
CDC48 homologue which is highly expressed in dividing and
expanding cells.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5626-5637.

AU STUART-E-T. HAFFNER-R. OREN-M. GRUSS-P.
TI Loss of p53 function through PAX-mediated transcriptional
repression.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5638-5645.

AU HURLIN-P-J. QUEVA-C. KOSKINEN-P-J.
STEINGRIMSSON-E. AYER-D-E. COPELAND-N-G.
JENKINS-N-A. EISENMAN-R-N.
TI Mad3 and Mad4: novel Max-interacting transcriptional
repressors that suppress c-myc dependent transformation and
are expressed during neural and epidermal differentiation.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5646-5659.

AU ZINK-D. PARO-R.
TI Drosophila Polycomb-group regulated chromatin inhibits the
accessibility of a trans-activator to its target DNA.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5660-5671.

AU KANNO-M. HASEGAWA-M. ISHIDA-A. ISONO-K.
TANIGUCHI-M.
TI mel-18, a Polycomb group-related mammalian gene, encodes
a transcriptional negative regulator with tumor suppressive
activity.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5672-5678.

AU MORGAN-B-A. BOUQUIN-N. MERRILL-G-F.
JOHNSTON-L-H.
TI A yeast transcription factor bypassing the requirement for
SBF and DSC1/MBF in budding yeast has homology to
bacterial signal transduction proteins.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5679-5689.

AU JORDI-B-J-A-M. OWEN-HUGHES-T-A. HULTON-C-S- J.
HIGGINS-C-F.
TI DNA twist, flexibility and transcription of the osmoregulated
proU promoter of Salmonella typhimurium.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5690-5700.

AU HAGHIGHAT-A. MADER-S. PAUSE-A. SONENBERG-N.
TI Repression of cap-dependent translation by 4E-binding
protein 1: competition with p220 for binding to eukaryotic
initiation factor-4E.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5701-5709.

AU BIGLER-J. EISENMAN-R-N.
TI Novel location and function of a thyroid hormone response
element.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5710-5723.

AU MUELLER-J-E. SMITH-D. BRYK-M. BELFORT-M.
TI Intron-encoded endonuclease I-TevI binds as a monomer to
effect sequential cleavage via conformational changes in the
td homing site.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5724-5735.

AU PARSONS-C-A. STASIAK-A. WEST-S-C.
TI The E.coli RuvAB proteins branch migrate Holliday junctions
through heterologous DNA sequences in a reaction facilitated
by SSB.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5736-5744.

AU JONSSON-Z-O. PODUST-V-N. PODUST-L-M.
HUBSCHER-U.
TI Tyrosine 114 is essential for the trimeric structure and the
functional activities of human proliferating cell nuclear
antigen.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 NOVEMBER 15. 14 (22). P 5745-5751.




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