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  EMBO-Journal: 1 October 1996 (Volume 15, No 19)  
  October 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: October, 1996  
  ISSN 0261 - 4189

  • Crystal structure of NH3-dependent NAD+ synthetase from Bacillus subtilis
  • M. Rizzi, C. Nessi, A. Mattevi, A. Coda, M. Bolognesi and A. Galizzi

    Pages: 5125 - 5133

  • Crystal structure of enoyl-coenzyme A (CoA) hydratase at 2.5 Å resolution: a spiral fold defines the CoA-binding pocket
  • CK. Engel, M. Mathieu, JP. Zeelen, JK. Hiltunen

    Pages: 5135 - 5145

  • The mechanism of protein splicing and its modulation by mutation
  • MQ. Xu and FB. Perler

    Pages: 5146 - 5153

  • Site-directed mutagenesis and structural interpretation of the nidogen binding site of the laminin [gamma]1 chain
  • E. Poschl, U. Mayer and R. Timpl

    Pages: 5154 - 5159

  • Tal-1 induces T cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia accelerated by casein kinase II[alpha]
  • MA. Kelliher and P. Leder

    Pages: 5160 - 5166

  • CrmA expression in T lymphocytes of transgenic mice inhibits CD95 (Fas/APO-1)-transduced apoptosis, but does not cause lymphadenopathy or autoimmune disease
  • KGC. Smith, A. Strasser and DL. Vaux

    Pages: 5167 - 5176

  • A slow sustained increase in cytosolic Ca2+ levels mediates stalk gene induction by differentiation inducing factor Dictyostelium
  • P. Schaap

    Pages: 5177 - 5183

  • The Aspergillus FlbA RGS domain protein antagonizes G protein signaling to block proliferation and allow development
  • JH. Yu, J. Wieser and TH. Adams

    Pages: 5184 - 5190

  • Status of YopM and YopN in the Yersinia Yop virulon: YopM of Y. enterocolitica is internalized inside the cytosol of PU5-1.8 macrophages by the YopB, D, N delivery apparatus
  • A. Boland, MP. Sory, M. Iriarte, C. Kerbourch, P. Wattiau and GR. Cornelis

    Pages: 5191 - 5201

  • In vivo membrane assembly of the E. coli polytopic protein, melibiose permease, occurs via a Sec-independent process which requires the protonmotive force
  • M. Bassilana and C. Gwizdek

    Pages: 5202 - 5208

  • Targeting of signal sequenceless proteins for export in Escherichia coli with altered protein translocase
  • WA. Prinz, C. Spiess

    Pages: 5209 - 5217

  • The [beta]-amyloid domain is essential for axonal sorting of amyloid precursor protein
  • PJ. Tienari, B. De Strooper, E. Ikonen and CG. Dotti

    Pages: 5218 - 5229

  • The tyrosine-based lysosomal targeting signal in lamp-1 mediates sorting into Golgi-derived clathrin-coated vesicles
  • S. Honing

    Pages: 5230 - 5239

  • Human palmitoyl protein thioesterase: evidence for lysosomal targeting of the enzyme and disturbed cellular routing in infantile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis
  • E. Hellsten, J. Vesa, VM. Olkkonen

    Pages: 5240 - 5245

  • Misdivision analysis of centromere structure in maize
  • E. Kaszas and JA. Birchler

    Pages: 5246 - 5255

  • Direct inhibition of the signaling functions of the mammalian target of rapamycin by the phosphoinositide 3-kinase inhibitors, wortmannin and LY294002
  • GJ. Brun and RT. Abraham

    Pages: 5256 - 5267

  • The role of proteolysis in cell cycle progression in Schizosaccharomyces pombe
  • H. Yamano, J. Gannon and T. Hunt

    Pages: 5268 - 5279

  • The proteolysis of mitotic cyclins in mammalian cells persists from the end of mitosis until the onset of S phase
  • M. Brandeis and T. Hunt

    Pages: 5280 - 5289

  • Oncoprotein 18 is a phosphorylation-responsive regulator of microtubule dynamics
  • U. Marklund, N. Larsson, HM. Gradin, G. Brattsand

    Pages: 5290 - 5298

  • Mutation of a Src phosphorylation site in the PDGF [beta]-receptor leads to increased PDGF-stimulated chemotaxis but decreased mitogenesis
  • K. Hansen

    Pages: 5299 - 5313

  • Dephosphorylation of receptor tyrosine kinases as target of regulation by radiation, oxidants or alkylating agents
  • A. Knebel, HJ. Rahmsdorf, A. Ullrich and P. Herrlich

    Pages: 5314 - 5325

  • N-WASP, a novel actin-depolymerizing protein, regulates the cortical cytoskeletal rearrangement in a PIP2-dependent manner downstream of tyrosine kinases
  • H. Miki, K. Miura

    Pages: 5326 - 5335

  • PPAR[alpha] and PPAR[gamma] activators direct a distinct tissue-specific transcriptional response via a PPRE in the lipoprotein lipase gene
  • K. Schoonjans, J. Peinado-Onsurbe

    Pages: 5336 - 5348

  • MDMX: a novel p53-binding protein with some functional properties of MDM2
  • A. Shvarts, WT. Steegenga, N. Riteco, T. van Laar, P. Dekker, M. Bazuine, RCA. van Ham, W. van der Houven van Oordt, G. Hateboer

    Pages: 5349 - 5357

  • Zinc finger-mediated protein interactions modulate Ikaros activity, a molecular control of lymphocyte development
  • L. Sun, A. Liu

    Pages: 5358 - 5369

  • Purification and biochemical heterogeneity of the mammalian SWI-SNF complex
  • W. Wang, J. Cote

    Pages: 5370 - 5382

  • Hoxb-2 transcriptional activation in rhombomeres 3 and 5 requires an evolutionarily conserved cis-acting element in addition to the Krox-20 binding site
  • C. Vesque

    Pages: 5383 - 5396

  • High resolution mapping of E. coli transcription elongation complex in situ reveals protein interactions with the non-transcribed strand
  • M. Guerin, M. Leng and AR. Rahmouni

    Pages: 5397 - 5407

  • A nuclear role for the Fragile X mental retardation protein
  • RA. Fridell and BR. Cullen

    Pages: 5408 - 5414

  • Novel exploitation of a nuclear function by influenza virus: the cellular SF2/ASF splicing factor controls the amount of the essential viral M2 ion channel protein in infected cells
  • SR. Shih

    Pages: 5415 - 5427

  • Cis-element, oriR, involved in the initiation of (-) strand poliovirus RN: a quasi-globular multi-domain RNA structure maintained by tertiary ('kissing') interactions
  • EV. Pilipenko, KV. Poperechny, SV. Maslova and VI. Agol

    Pages: 5428 - 5436

  • The yeast protein Arc1p binds to tRNA and functions as a cofactor for the methionyl- and glutamyl-tRNA synthetases
  • G. Simos, A. Segref, F. Fasiolo

    Pages: 5437 - 5448

  • Influence of DNA geometry on transcriptional activation in Escherichia coli
  • S. Dethiollaz, P. Eichenberger and J. Geiselmann

    Pages: 5449 - 5458

  • Counteracting the mutagenic effect of hydrolytic deamination of DNA 5-methylcytosine residues at high temperature: DNA mismatch N-glycosylase Mig.Mth of the thermophilic archaeon Methanobacterium thermoautotrophicum THF
  • JP. Horst and HJ. Fritz

    Pages: 5459 - 5469

  • A purified mariner transposase is sufficient to mediate transposition in vitro
  • DJ. Lampe and HM. Robertson

    Pages: 5470 - 5479

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