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  EMBO-Journal: 15 January 1996 (Volume 15, No 2)  
  January 15, 1996

virtual library in human genetics and molecular biology

 
     
Editor in chief: Moshe Yaniv

Executive editors: John Tooze, ICRF
Iain Mattaj, EMBL



Oxford University Press
  Date of publishing: January, 1996  
  ISSN 0261 - 4189

NOTE: Abstracts for the papers listed below are now available at the Oxford
University Press World Wide Web site. Simply go to The EMBO Journal home page at:-

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AU VAN-TROYS-M. DEWITTE-D. GOETHALS-
M. CARLIER-M-F. VANDEKERCKHOVE-J.
AMPE-C.
TI The actin binding site of thymosin beta-4
mapped by mutational analysis.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 201-210.

AU SUZUKI-A. ENARI-M. EGUCHI-Y.
MATSUZAWA-A. NAGATA-S. TSUJIMOTO-
Y. IGUCHI-T.
TI Involvement of Fas in regression of vaginal
epithelia after ovariectomy and during an estrous
cycle.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 211-215.

AU CLEMENT-M-V. STAMENKOVIC-I.
TI Superoxide anion is a natural inhibitor of Fas-
mediated cell death.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 216-225.

AU LUCIANI-M-F. CHIMINI-G.
TI The ATP binding cassette transporter ABC1 is
required for the engulfment of corpses generated
by apoptotic cell death.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 226-235.

AU KASK-K. BERTHOLD-M. KAHL-U.
NORDVALL-G. BARTFAI-T.
TI Delineation of the peptide binding site of the
human galanin receptor.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 236-244.

AU SAHARINEN-J. TAIPALE-J. KESKI-OJA-J.
TI Association of the small latent transforming
growth factor-beta with an eight cysteine repeat
of its binding protein LTBP-1.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 245-253.

AU KARUNAGARAN-D. TZAHAR-E. BEERLI-R-
R. CHEN-X. GRAUS-PORTA-D. RATZKIN-B-
J. SEGER-R. HYNES-N-E. YARDEN-Y.
TI ErbB-2 is a common auxiliary subunit of NDF
and EGF receptors: implications for breast
cancer.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 254-264.

AU COLWILL-K. PAWSON-T. ANDREWS-B.
PRASAD-J. MANLEY-J-L. BELL-J-C.
DUNCAN-P-I.
TI The Clk/Sty protein kinase phosphorylates SR
splicing factors and regulates their intranuclear
distribution.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 265-275.

AU WEIS-GARCIA-F. MASSAGUE-J.
TI Complementation between kinase-defective and
activation-defective TGF-beta receptors reveals a
novel form of receptor cooperativity essential for
signaling.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 276-289.

AU JOUKOV-V. PAJUSOLA-K. KAIPAINEN-A.
CHILOV-D. LAHTINEN-I. KUKK-E.
SAKSELA-O. KALKKINEN-N. ALITALO-K.
TI A novel vascular endothelial growth factor,
VEGF-C, is a ligand for the Flt4 (VEGFR-3) and
KDR (VEGFR-2) receptor tyrosine kinases.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 290-298.

AU LEE-B-N. ADAMS-T-H.
TI fluG and flbA function interdependently to
initiate conidiophore development in Aspergillus
nidulans through brlAbeta activation.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 299-309.

AU BRAUN-T. ARNOLD-H-H.
TI myf-5 and myoD genes are activated in distinct
mesenchymal stem cells and determine different
skeletal muscle cell lineages.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 310-318.

AU ELEFANTY-A-G. ANTONIOU-M.
CUSTODIO-N. CARMO-FONSECA-M.
GROSVELD-F-G.
TI GATA transcription factors associate with a
novel class of nuclear bodies in erythroblasts and
megakaryocytes.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 319-333.

AU MACIAS-A. MORATA-G.
TI Functional hierarchy and phenotypic suppression
among Drosophila homeotic genes: the labial and
empty spiracles genes.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 334-343.

AU SKAVDIS-G. SIDEN-KIAMOS-I. MULLER-H-
M. CRISANTI-A. LOUIS-C.
TI Conserved function of Anopheles gambiae
midgut-specific promoters in the fruitfly.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 344-350.

AU FONJALLAZ-P. OSSIPOW-V. WANNER-G.
SCHIBLER-U.
TI The two PAR leucine zipper proteins, TEF and
DBP, display similar circadian and tissue-specific
expression, but have different target promoter
preferences.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 351-362.

AU CEREGHINO-G-P. SCHEFFLER-I-E.
TI Genetic analysis of glucose regulation in
Saccharomyces cerevisiae: control of
transcription versus mRNA turnover.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 363-374.

AU JOCHNER-N. EICK-D. ZIMBER-STROBL-U.
PAWLITA-M. BORNKAMM-G-W. KEMPKES-B.
TI Epstein-Barr virus nuclear antigen 2 is a
transcriptional suppressor of the immunoglobulin
mu gene: implications for the expression of the
translocated c-myc gene in Burkitt's lymphoma
cells.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 375-382.

AU MONSALVE-M. MENCIA-M. ROJO-F.
SALAS-M.
TI Activation and repression of transcription at two
different phage phi 29 promoters are mediated by
interaction of the same residues of regulatory
protein p4 with RNA polymerase.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 383-391.

AU FRECH-C. WUNDERLICH-M.
GLOCKSHUBER-R. SCHMID-F-X.
TI Preferential binding of an unfolded protein to
DsbA.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 392-398.

AU KOMIYA-T. SAKAGUCHI-M. MIHARA-K.
TI Cytoplasmic chaperones determine the targeting
pathway of precursor proteins to mitochondria.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 399-407.

AU SZABO-A. KORSZUN-R. HARTL-F-U.
FLANAGAN-J.
TI A zinc finger-like domain of the molecular
chaperone DnaJ is involved in binding to
denatured protein substrates.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 408-417.

AU BUSCH-R. CLOUTIER-I. SEKALY-R-P.
HAMMERLING-G-J.
TI Invariant chain protects class II
histocompatibility antigens from binding intact
polypeptides in the endoplasmic reticulum.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 418-428.

AU LU-H-M. LORY-S.
TI A specific targeting domain in mature exotoxin A
is required for its extracelluler secretion from
Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 429-436.

AU LAACHOUCH-J-E. DESMET-L. GEUSKENS-
V. GRIMAUD-R. TOUSSAINT-A.
TI Bacteriophage Mu repressor as a target for the
Escherichia coli ATP-dependent Clp protease.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 JANUARY 15. 15(2). P 437-444.

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