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  EMBO-Journal: 1 March 1996 (Volume 15, No 5)  
  March 01, 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: March, 1996  
  ISSN 0261 - 4189

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AU DELANEY-S-J. ALTON-E-W-F-W. SMITH-S-N.
LUNN-D-P. FARLEY-R. LOVELOCK-P-K. THOMSON-
S-A. HUME-D-A. LAMB-D. PORTEOUS-D-J. DORIN-J-
R. WAINWRIGHT-B-J.
TI Cystic fibrosis mice carrying the missense mutation G551D
replicate human genotype-phenotype correlations.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 955-963.

AU HACKSTADT-T. ROCKEY-D-D. HEINZEN-R-A.
SCIDMORE-M-A.
TI Chlamydia trachomatis interrupts an exocytic pathway to
acquire endogenously synthesized sphingomyelin in transit
from the Golgi apparatus to the plasma membrane.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 964-977.

AU HARDIE-K-R. LORY-S. PUGSLEY-A-P.
TI Insertion of an outer membrane protein in Escherichia coli
requires a chaperone-like protein.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 978-988.

AU OZERI-V. TOVI-A. BURSTEIN-I. NATANSON-
YARON-S. CAPARON-M-G. YAMADA-K-M.
AKIYAMA-S-K. VLODAVSKY-I. HANSKI-E.
TI A two-domain mechanism for group A streptococcal
adherence through protein F to the extracellular matrix.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 989-998.

AU THORN-P. MORETON-R. BERRIDGE-M.
TI Multiple, coordinated Ca2+-release events underlie the
inositol trisphosphate-induced local Ca2+ spikes in mouse
pancreatic acinar cells.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 999-1003.

AU LESAGE-F. GUILLEMARE-E. FINK-M. DUPRAT-F.
LAZDUNSKI-M. ROMEY-G. BARHANIN-J.
TI TWIK-1, a ubiquitous human weakly inward rectifying K+
channel with a novel structure.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1004-1011.

AU WANG-X. ZELENSKI-N-G. YANG-J. SAKAI-J.
BROWN-M-S. GOLDSTEIN-J-L.
TI Cleavage of sterol regulatory element binding proteins
(SREBPs) by CPP32 during apoptosis.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1012-1020.

AU LARSON-R-C. LAVENIR-I. LARSON-T-A. BAER-R.
WARREN-A-J. WADMAN-I. NOTTAGE-K.
RABBITTS-T-H.
TI Protein dimerization between Lmo2 (Rbtn2) and Tal1
alters thymocyte development and potentiates T cell
tumorigenesis in transgenic mice.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1021-1027.

AU UHL-M-A. MILLER-J-F.
TI Integration of multiple domains in a two-component sensor
protein: the Bordetella pertussis BvgAS phosphorelay.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1028-1036.

AU CHEN-Y. GRALL-D. SALCINI-A-E. PELICCI-P-G.
POUYSSEGUR-J. VAN OBBERGHEN-SCHILLING-E.
TI Shc adaptor proteins are key transducers of mitogenic
signaling mediated by the G protein-coupled thrombin
receptor.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1037-1044.

AU CHAN-D-C. BEDFORD-M-T. LEDER-P.
TI Formin binding proteins bear WWP/WW domains that
bind proline-rich peptides and functionally resemble SH3
domains.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1045-1054.

AU YOSHIMURA-A. ICHIHARA-M. KINJYO-I.
MORIYAMA-M. COPELAND-N-G. GILBERT-D-J.
JENKINS-N-A. HARA-T. MIYAJIMA-A.
TI Mouse oncostatin M: an immediate early gene induced by
multiple cytokines through the JAK-STAT5 pathway.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1055-1063.

AU YAN-H. KRISHNAN-K. GREENLUND-A-C. GUPTA-S.
LIM-J-T-E. SCHREIBER-R-D. SCHINDLER-C-W.
KROLEWSKI-J-J.
TI Phosphorylated interferon-alpha receptor 1 subunit
(IFNaR1) acts as a docking site for the latent form of the
113 kDA STAT2 protein.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1064-1074.

AU GUPTA-S. YAN-H. WONG-L-H. RALPH-S.
KROLEWSKI-J. SCHINDLER-C.
TI The SH2 domains of Stat1 and Stat2 mediate multiple
interactions in the transduction of IFN-alpha signals.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1075-1084.

AU COUE-M. KEARSEY-S-E. MECHALI-M.
TI Chromatin binding, nuclear localization and
phosphorylation of Xenopus cdc21 are cell-cycle
dependent and associated with the control of initiation of
DNA replication.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1085-1097.

AU BLENDY-J-A. KAESTNER-K-H. SCHMID-W. GASS-P.
SCHUTZ-G.
TI Targeting of the CREB gene leads to up-regulation of a
novel CREB mRNA isoform.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1098-1106.

AU PARRINI-M-C. BERNARDI-A. PARMEGGIANI-A.
TI Determinants of Ras proteins specifying the sensitivity to
yeast Ira2p and human p120-GAP.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1107-1111.

AU VAN LINT-C. EMILIANI-S. OTT-M. VERDIN-E.
TI Transcriptional activation and chromatin remodeling of the
HIV-1 promoter in response to histone acetylation.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1112-1120.

AU CAFFARELLI-E. FATICA-A. PRISLEI-S.
DE GREGORIO-E. FRAGAPANE-P. BOZZONI-I.
TI Processing of the intron-encoded U16 and U18 snoRNAs:
the conserved C and D boxes control both the processing
reaction and the stability of the mature snoRNA.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1121-1131.

AU HAYES-R. KUDLA-J. SCHUSTER-G. GABAY-L.
MALIGA-P. GRUISSEM-W.
TI Chloroplast mRNA 3 -end processing by a high molecular
weight protein complex is regulated by nuclear encoded
RNA binding proteins.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1132-1141.

AU AULD-D-S. SCHIMMEL-P.
TI Single sequence of a helix-loop peptide confers functional
anticodon recognition on two tRNA synthetases.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1142-1148.

AU KARIMI-R. EHRENBERG-M.
TI Dissociation rates of peptidyl-tRNA from the P-site of
E.coli ribosomes.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1149-1154.

AU RADNEDGE-L. DAVIS-M-A. AUSTIN-S-J.
TI P1 and P7 plasmid partition: ParB protein bound to its
partition site makes a separate discriminator contact with
the DNA that determines species specificity.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1155-1162.

AU COLLICK-A. DREW-J. PENBERTH-J. BOIS-P.
LUCKETT-J. SCAEROU-F. JEFFREYS-A. REIK-W.
TI Instability of long inverted repeats within mouse
transgenes.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1163-1171.

AU COLLOMS-S-D. McCULLOCH-R. GRANT-K.
NEILSON-L. SHERRATT-D-J.
TI Xer-mediated site-specific recombination in vitro.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1172-1181.

AU DE VEGA-M. LAZARO-J-M. SALAS-M. BLANCO-L.
TI Primer-terminus stabilization at the 3 -5 exonuclease
active site of phi29 DNA polymerase. Involvement of two
amino acid residues highly conserved in proofreading DNA
polymerases.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1182-1192.

AU POHJANPELTO-P. HOLTTA-E.
TI Phosphorylation of Okazaki-like DNA fragments in
mammalian cells and role of polyamines in the processing
of this DNA.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1193-1200.



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