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  EMBO-Journal: 15 May 1996 (Volume 15, No 10)  
  May 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: May, 1996  
  ISSN 0261 - 4189

NOTES:

1. Tables of contents for The EMBO Journal from 15 June 1995 to the latest issue can be found on the HUM-MOLGEN web site at:

http://www.informatik.uni-rostock.de/HUM-MOLGEN/journals/EMBO-J/

2. Abstracts for the papers listed below will shortly be available at the Oxford University Press World Wide Web site. Simply go to The EMBO Journal home page at:

http://www.oup.co.uk/emboj/

and click on "Contents and Abstracts of Current Issues"


AU KISKER-C. SCHINDELIN-H. ALBER-B-E. FERRY-J-G. REES-D-C.
TI A left-handed beta-helix revealed by the crystal structure of a carbonic anhydrase from the archaeon Methanosarcina thermophila.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2323-2330.


AU MARIN-E. NUSSAUME-L. QUESADA-A. GONNEAU-M. SOTTA-B. HUGUENEY-P. FREY-A. MARION-POLL-A.
TI Molecular identification of zeaxanthin epoxidase of Nicotiana plumbaginifolia, a gene involved in abscisic acid biosynthesis and corresponding to the ABA locus of Arabidopsis thaliana.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2331-2342.


AU ROOS-N. CYRKLAFF-M. CUDMORE-S. BLASCO-R. KRIJNSE-LOCKER-J. GRIFFITHS-G.
TI A novel immunogold cryolectron microscopic approach to investigate the structure of the intracellular and extracellular forms of vaccinia virus.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2343-2355.


AU ESPESSET-D. DUCHE-D. BATY-D. GELI-V.
TI The channel domain of colicin A is inhibited by ist immunity protein through direct interaction in the Escherichia coli inner membrane.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2356-2364.


AU SCHUSTER-A. LACINOVA-L. KLUGBAUER-N. ITO-H. BIRNBAUMER-L. HOFMANN-F.
TI The IVS6 segment of the L-type calcium channel is critical for the action of dihydropyridines and phenylalkylamines.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2365-2370.


AU STAUB-O. DHO-S. HENRY-P-C. CORREA-J. ISHIKAWA-T. MCGLADE-J. ROTIN-D.
TI WW domains of Nedd4 bind to the proline-rich PY motifs in the epithelial Na+ channel deleted in Liddle's syndrome.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2371-2380.


AU SCHILD-L. LU-Y. GAUTSCHI-I. SCHNEEBERGER-E. LIFTON-R-P. ROSSIER-B-C.
TI Identification of a PY motif in the epithelial Na channel subunits as a target sequence for mutations causing channel activtion found in Liddle syndrome.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2381-2387.


AU POSTMA-F-R. JALINK-K. HENGEVELD-T. MOOLENAAR-W-H.
TI Sphingosine-1-phosphate rapidly induces Rho-dependent neurite retraction: action through a specific cell surface receptor.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2388-2392.


AU JENAL-U. SHAPIRO-L.
TI Cell cycle-controlled proteolysis of a flagellar motor protein that is asymmetrically distributed in the Caulobacter predivisional cell.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2393-2406.


AU MARTIN-S-J. AMARANTE-MENDES-G-P. SHI-L. CHUANG-T-H. CASIANO-C-A. O'BRIEN-G-A. FITZGERALD-P. TAN-E-M. BOKOCH-G-M. GREENBERG-A-H. GREEN-D-R.
TI The cytotoxic cell protease granzyme B initiates apoptosis in a cell-free system by proteolytic processing and activation of the ICE/CED-3 family protease, CPP32, via a novel two-step mechanism.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2407-2416.


AU JAFFREZOU-J-P. LEVADE-T. BETTAIEB-A. ANDRIEU-N. BEZOMBES-C. MAESTRE-N. VERMEERSCH-S. ROUSSE-A. LAURENT-G.
TI Daunorubicin-induced apoptosis: triggering of ceramide generation through sphingomyelin hydrolysis.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2417-2424.


AU MUI-A-L-F. WAKAO-H. KINOSHITA-T. KITAMURA-T. MIYAJIMA-A.
TI Suppression of interleukin-3-induced gene expression by a C-terminal truncated Stat5: role of Stat5 in proliferation.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2425-2433.


AU GOBERT-S. CHRETIEN-S. GOUILLEUX-F. MULLER-O. PALLARD-C. DUSANTER-FOURT-I. GRONER-B. LACOMBE-C. GISSELBRECHT-S. MAYEUX-P.
TI Identification of tyrosine residues within the intracellular domain of the erythropoietin receptor crucial for STAT5 activation.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2434-2441.


AU RODRIGUEZ-VICIANA-P. WARNE-P-H. VANHAESEBROECK-B. WATERFIELD-M-D. DOWNWARD-J.
TI Activation of phosphoinositide 3-kinase by interaction with Ras and by point mutation.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2442-2451.


AU PINKAS-KRAMARSKI-R. SOUSSAN-L. WATERMAN-H. LEVKOWITZ-G. ALROY-I. KLAPPER-L. LAVI-S. SEGER-R. RATZKIN-B-J. SELA-M. YARDEN-Y.
TI Diversification of Neu differentiation factor and epidermal growth factor signaling by combinatorial receptor interactions.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2452-2467.


AU IKEZU-T. OKAMOTO-T. KOMATSUZAKI-K. MATSUI-T. MARTYN-J-A-J. NISHIMOTO-I.
TI Negative transactivation of cAMP response element by familial Alzheimer's mutants of APP.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2468-2475.


AU CHAN-S-K. POPPERL-H. KRUMLAUF-R. MANN-R-S.
TI An extradenticle-induced conformational change in a HOX protein overcomes an inhibitory function of the conserved hexapeptide motif.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2476-2487.


AU TSINOREMAS-N-F. ISHIURA-M. KONDO-T. ANDERSSON-C-R. TANAKA-K. TAKAHASHI-H. JOHNSON-C-H. GOLDEN-S-S.
TI A sigma factor that modifies the circadian expression of a subset of genes in cyanobacteria.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2488-2495.


AU BOYES-J. FELSENFELD-G.
TI Tissue-specific factors additively increase the probability of the all-or-none formation of a hypersensitive site.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2496-2507.


AU VETTESE-DADEY-M. GRANT-P-A. HEBBES-T-R. CRANE-ROBINSON-C. ALLIS-C-D. WORKMAN-J-L.
TI Acetylation of histone H4 plays a primary role in enhancing transcription factor binding to nucleosomal DNA in vitro.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2508-2518.


AU KURAS-L. CHEREST-H. SURDIN-KERJAN-Y. THOMAS-D.
TI A heteromeric complex containing the centromere binding factor 1 and two basic leucine zipper factors, Met4 and Met28, mediates the transcription activation of yeast sulfur metabolism.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2519-2529.


AU MOHANTY-B-K. SAHOO-T. BASTIA-D.
TI The relationship between sequence-specific termination of DNA replication and transcription.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2530-2539.


AU ARAKAWA-H FURUSAWA-S. EKINO-S. YAMAGISHI-H.
TI Immunoglobulin gene hyperconversion ongoing in chicken splenic germinal centers.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2540-2546.


AU JUNOP-M-S. HANIFORD-D-B.
TI Multiple roles for divalent metal ions in DNA transposition: distinct stages of Tn10 transposition have different Mg2+ requirements.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2547-2555.


AU STREICHER-B. WESTHOF-E. SCHROEDER-R.
TI The environment of two metal ions surrounding the splice site of a group I intron.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2556-2564.


AU OBERT-S. ZACHMANN-BRAND-B. DEINDL-E. TUCKER-W. BARTENSCHLAGER-R. SCHALLER-H.
TI A spliced hepadnavirus RNA that is essential for virus replication.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2565-2574.


AU LAM-Q. SMIBERT-C-A. KOOP-K-E. LAVERY-C. CAPONE-J-P. WEINHEIMER-S-P. SMILEY-J-R.
TI Herpes simplex virus VP16 rescues viral mRNA from destruction by the virion host shutoff function.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2575-2581.


AU STEBBINS-BOAZ-B. HAKE-L-E. RICHTER-J-D.
TI CPEB controls the cytoplasmic polyadenylation of cyclin, Cdk2 and c-mos mRNAs and is necessary for oocyte maturation in Xenopus.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2582-2592.


AU MARTIN-G. KELLER-W.
TI Mutational analysis of mammalian poly(A) polymerase identifies a region for primer binding and a catalytic domain, homologous to the family X polymerases, and to other nucleotidyltransferases.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2593-2603.


AU CETIN-R. KRAB-I-M. ANBORGH-P-H. COOL-R-H. WATANABE-T. SUGIYAMA-T. IZAKI-K. PARMEGGIANI-A.
TI Enacyloxin IIa, an inhibitor of protein biosynthesis that acts on elongation factor Tu and the ribosome.
SO EMBO-J. 1996 MAY 15. P 2604-2611.

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