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  EMBO-Journal: 2 September 1996 (Volume 15, No 17)  
  September 02, 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: September, 1996  
  ISSN 0261 - 4189

Fungal fimbriae are composed of collagen
M. Celerin, JM. Ray, NJ. Schisler, AW. Day
Pages: 4445 - 4453

Myosin heavy chain isoforms regulate muscle function but not myofibril assembly
L. Wells, KA. Edwards
Pages: 4454 - 4459

The multidrug resistance P-glycoprotein modulates cell regulatory volume decrease
MA. Valverde, TD. Bond, CF. Higgins, J. Altamirano and FJ. Alvarez-Leefmans
Pages: 4460 - 4468

The cytoplasmic tail of NSP4, the endoplasmic reticulum-localized non-structural glycoprotein of rotavirus, contains distinct virus binding and coiled coil domains
JA. Taylor, JA. O'Brien and M. Yeager
Pages: 4469 - 4476

The tra-3 sex determination gene of Caenorhabditis elegans encodes a member of the calpain regulatory protease family
TM. Barnes and J. Hodgkin
Pages: 4477 - 4484

Signaling by chimeric erythropoietin-TGF-[beta] receptors: homodimerization of the cytoplasmic domain of the type I TGF-[beta] receptor and heterodimerization with the type II receptor are both required for intracellular signal transduction
K. Luo and HF. Lodish
Pages: 4485 - 4496

Ras signaling in tumor necrosis factor-induced apoptosis
JC. TrentII, DJ. McConkey
Pages: 4497 - 4505

Interleukin-4-specific signal transduction events are driven by homotypic interactions of the interleukin-4 receptor [alpha] subunit
SY. Lai, MD. White and MA. Goldsmith
Pages: 4506 - 4514

Unique signal transduction of Eyk: constitutive stimulation of the JAK-STAT pathway by an oncogenic receptor-type tyrosine kinase
C. Zong, R. Yan
Pages: 4515 - 4525

Wingless inactivates glycogen synthase kinase-3 via an intracellular signalling pathway which involves a protein kinase C
D. Cook, MJ. Fry
Pages: 4526 - 4536

Activation of a human Ste20-like kinase by oxidant stress defines a novel stress response pathway
CM. Pombo, JV. Bonventre and T. Force
Pages: 4537 - 4546

Endoderm induction by the organizer-secreted factors chordin and noggin in Xenopus animal caps
Y. Sasai
Pages: 4547 - 4555

Regulation of embryonic cell division by a Xenopus gastrula-specific protein kinase
AM. Snape and JC. Smith
Pages: 4556 - 4565

Anti-apoptotic activity of low levels of wild-type p53
P. Lassus, M. Ferlin, J. Piette and U. Hibner
Pages: 4566 - 4573

A temperature-sensitive splicing mutation in the bimG gene of Aspergillus produces an N-terminal fragment which interferes with type 1 protein phosphatase function
M. Hughes
Pages: 4574 - 4583

Rho1 GTPase activates the (1-3)[beta]-D-glucan synthase and is involved in Schizosaccharomyces pombe morphogenesis
M. Arellano, A. Duran and P. Perez
Pages: 4584 - 4591

Spc110p: assembly properties and role in the connection of nuclear microtubules to the yeast spindle polar body
JV. Kilmartin and PY. Goh
Pages: 4592 - 4602

A novel S phase inhibitor in fission yeast
A. Woollard and P. Nurse
Pages: 4603 - 4612

The fission yeast Cdc1 protein, a homologue of the small subunit of DNA polymerase [delta], binds to Pol3 and Cdc27
SA. MacNeill, S. Moreno, N. Reynolds, P. Nurse and PA. Fantes
Pages: 4613 - 4628

FGF and stress regulate CREB and ATF-1 via a pathway involving p38 MAP kinase and MAPKAP kinase-2
Y. Tan and MJ. Comb
Pages: 4629 - 4642

Localization of yeast RNA polymerase I core subunits by immunoelectron microscopy
C. Klinger, J. Huet, P. Oudet and P. Schultz
Pages: 4643 - 4653

Distinct activated and non-activated RNA polymerase II complexes in yeast
A. Akhtar, G. Faye and DL. Bentley
Pages: 4654 - 4664

Context dependent transactivation domains activate the immunoglobulin [mu] heavy chain gene enhancer
B. Erman and R. Sen
Pages: 4665 - 4675

The C6 zinc cluster dictates asymmetric binding by HAP1
L. Zhang
Pages: 4676 - 4681

Inhibition of NF-[kappa]B/Rel induces apoptosis of murine B cells
M. Wu, H. Lee, RE. Bellas, SL. Schauer
Pages: 4682 - 4690

Immune factor Gambif1, a new rel family member from the human malaria vector, Anopheles gambiae
C. Barillas-Mury and FC. Kafatos
Pages: 4691 - 4701

Remodeling the chromatin structure of a nucleosome array by transcription factor-targeted trans-displacement of histones
T. Owen-Hughes and JL. Workman
Pages: 4702 - 4712

Hunchback-independent silencing of late Ubx enhancers by a Polycomb Group Response Element
S. Poux, C. Kostic and V. Pirrotta
Pages: 4713 - 4722

A functional dominant mutation in Schizosaccharomyces pombe RNase MRP RNA affects nuclear RNA processing and requires the mitochondrial-associated nuclear mutation ptp 1-1 for viability
JL. Paluh
Pages: 4723 - 4733

Ribosome-initiator tRNA complex as an intermediate in translation initiation in Escherichia coli revealed by use of mutant initiator tRNAs and specialized ribosomes
XQ. Wu, P. Iyengar and UL. RajBhandary
Pages: 4734 - 4739

Downstream box-anti-downstream box interactions are dispensable for translation initiation of leaderless mRNAs
A. Resch, K. Tedin, A. Grundling, A. Mundlein and U. Blasi
Pages: 4740 - 4748

Structure of crystalline Escherichia coli methionyl-tRNAfMet formyltransferase: comparison with glycinamide ribonucleotide formyltransferase
E. Schmitt, S. Blanquet and Y. Mechulam
Pages: 4749 - 4758

A herpesvirus genetic element which affects translation in the absence of the viral GADD34 function
I. Mohr and Y. Gluzman
Pages: 4759 - 4766

Intrinsic termination of T7 RNA polymerase mediated by either RNA or DNA
L. Hartvig and J. Christiansen
Pages: 4767 - 4774

Generation of new DNA binding specificity by truncation of the type IC EcoDXXI hsdS gene
MP. MacWilliams and TA. Bickle
Pages: 4775 - 4783

The EMBO Journal is published 24 times a year by Oxford University Press on behalf of the European Molecular Biology Organisation.

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