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  EMBO-Journal: 16 September 1996 (Volume 15, No 18)  
  September 16, 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

  • Intrinsic versus imposed curvature in cyclical oligomers: the portal protein of bacteriophage SPP1
  • M. van Heel, EV. Orlova, P. Dube and P. Tavares

    Pages: 4785 - 4788

  • Target cell specificity of a bacteriocin molecule: a C-terminal signal directs lysostaphin to the cell wall of Staphylococcus aureus
  • T. Baba and O. Schneewind

    Pages: 4789 - 4797

  • Membrane topology and multimeric structure of a mechanosensitive channel protein of Escherichia coli
  • P. Blount and C. Kung

    Pages: 4798 - 4805

  • Structure-function analysis of the Escherichia coli GrpE heat shock protein
  • B. Wu, A. Wawrzynow and C. Georgopoulos

    Pages: 4806 - 4816

  • HLA-DO is a lysosomal resident which requires association with HLA-DM for efficient intracellular transport
  • M. Liljedahl, T. Kuwana, WP. Fung-Leung, MR. Jackson, PA. Peterson and L. Karlsson

    Pages: 4817 - 4824

  • The fork head product directly specifies the tissue-specific hormone responsiveness of the Drosophila Sgs-4 gene
  • M. Lehmann and G. Korge

    Pages: 4825 - 4834

  • The structure-function relationships in Drosophila neurotactin show that cholinesterasic domains may have adhesive properties
  • I. Darboux

    Pages: 4835 - 4843

  • Native structure and arrangement of inositol-1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor molecules in bovine cerebellar Purkinje cells as studied by quick-freeze deep-etch electron microscopy
  • E. Katayama

    Pages: 4844 - 4851

  • Underexpression of the 43 kDa inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase is associated with cellular transformation
  • CJ. Speed and CA. Mitchell

    Pages: 4852 - 4861

  • Inactivation of Btk by insertion of lacZ reveals defects in B cell development only past the pre-B cell stage
  • RW. Hendriks, MFTR. de Bruijn

    Pages: 4862 - 4872

  • The conserved mitotic kinase polo is regulated by phosphorylation and has preferred microtubule-associated substrates in Drosophila embryo extracts
  • AAM. Tavares, DM. Glover and CE. Sunkel

    Pages: 4873 - 4883

  • Cdc48p interacts with Ufd3p, a WD repeat protein required for ubiquitin-mediated proteolysis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • M. Ghislain

    Pages: 4884 - 4899

  • Plant cells contain a novel member of the retinoblastoma family of growth regulatory proteins
  • Q. Xie, AP. Sanz-Burgos, GJ. Hannon

    Pages: 4900 - 4908

  • Association of inhibitory tyrosine protein kinase p50csk with protein tyrosine phosphatase PEP in T cells and other hemopoietic cells
  • JF. Cloutier and A. Veillette

    Pages: 4909 - 4918

  • The second immunoglobulin-like domain of the VEGF tyrosine kinase receptor Flt-1 determines ligand binding and may initiate a signal transduction cascade
  • T. Davis-Smyth, H. Chen, J. Park, LG. Presta

    Pages: 4919 - 4927

  • Identification of a novel receptor/signal transduction pathway for IL-15/T in mast cells
  • Y. Tagaya, JD. Burton, Y. Miyamoto and TA. Waldmann

    Pages: 4928 - 4939

  • Requirement of phospholipase C[gamma], the tyrosine phosphatase Syp and the adaptor proteins Shc and Nck for PDGF-induced DNA synthesis: evidence for the existence of Ras-dependent and Ras-independent pathways
  • S. Roche, M. McGlade, M. Jones, T. Pawson and SA. Courtneidge

    Pages: 4940 - 4948

  • Effects on differentiation by the promyelocytic leukemia PML/RAR[alpha] protein depend on the fusion of the PML protein dimerization and RAR[alpha] DNA binding domains
  • F. Grignani, C. Peschle and PG. Pelicci

    Pages: 4949 - 4958

  • Differential association of HMG1 and linker histones B4 and H1 with dinucleosomal DNA: structural transitions and transcriptional repression
  • K. Yra, K. Nightingale and AP. Wolffe

    Pages: 4959 - 4969

  • Coordinated and differential expression of histone-like proteins in Escherichia coli regulation and function of the H-NS analog StpA
  • B. Sonden and BE. Uhlin

    Pages: 4970 - 4980

  • HMG1 interacts with HOX proteins and enhances their DNA binding and transcriptional activation
  • V. Zappavigna and ME. Bianchi

    Pages: 4981 - 4991

  • A molecular code dictates sequence-specific DNA recognition by homeodomains
  • G. Damante

    Pages: 4992 - 5000

  • Coordinated regulation of gene expression by the cell cycle transcription factor SW14 and the protein kinase C MAP kinase pathway for yeast cell integrity
  • JC. Igual

    Pages: 5001 - 5013

  • E47 activates the Ig-heavy chain and TdT loci in non-B cells
  • JK. Choi, CP. Shen

    Pages: 5014 - 5021

  • hTAFII68, a novel RNA/ssDNA-binding protein with homology to the pro-oncoproteins TLS/FUS and EWS is associated with both TFIID and RNA polymerase II
  • A. Bertolotti, Y. Lutz, DJ. Heard, P. Chambon and L. Tora

    Pages: 5022 - 5031

  • A direct interaction between a DNA-tracking protein and a promoter recognition protein: implications for searching DNA sequence
  • RL. Tinker-Kulberg, TJ. Fu, EP. Geiduschek and GA. Kassavetis

    Pages: 5032 - 5039

  • Complementary change in cis determinants and trans factors in the evolution of an mRNP stability complex
  • X. Wang

    Pages: 5040 - 5051

  • In vivo dissection of cis-acting determinants for plastid RNA editing
  • R. Bock, M. Hermann and H. KosselDec'd

    Pages: 5052 - 5059

  • Transfer RNA structural change is a key element in the reassignment of the CUG codon in Candida albicans
  • MAS. Santos, VM. Pereau and MF. Tuite

    Pages: 5060 - 5068

  • Arginine aminoacylation identity is context-dependent and ensured by alternate recognition sets in the anticodon loop of accepting tRNA transcripts
  • M. Sissler, R. Giege and C. Florentz

    Pages: 5069 - 5076

  • A plant viral coat protein RNA binding consensus sequence contains a crucial arginine
  • P. Ansel-McKinney, SW. Scott, X. Ge and L. Gehrke

    Pages: 5077 - 5084

  • The initiator protein E1 binds to the bovine papillomavirus origin of replication as a trimeric ring-like structure
  • J. Sedman and A. Stenlund

    Pages: 5085 - 5092

  • Saccharomyces cerevisiae Ku70 potentiates illegitimate DNA double-strand break repair and serves as a barrier to error-prone DNA repair pathways
  • SJ. Boulton and SP. Jackson

    Pages: 5093 - 5103

  • Linear diffusion of the restriction endonuclease EcoRV on DNA is essential for the in vivo function of the enzyme
  • A. Jeltsch, C. Wenz, F. Stahl and A. Pingoud

    Pages: 5104 - 5111

  • IS10/Tn10 transposition efficiently accommodates diverse transposon end configurations
  • RM. Chalmers and N. Kleckner

    Pages: 5112 - 5122

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