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Subject: LITE: Embo - contents 14:15
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Wed, 12 Jul 1995 13:03:48 +0100

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The EMBO Journal - ISSN 0261 - 4189
Volume 14:15
1 August 1995
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CONTENTS
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AU   SAFTIG-P.   HETMAN-M.   SCHMAHL-W.   WEBER-
     K.   HEINE-L.       MOSSMANN-H.   KOSTER-A.
     HESS-B.   EVERS-M.   VON FIGURA-K.
     PETERS-C.
TI   Mice deficient for the lysomoal proteinase cathepsin D
     exhibit progressive atrophy   of the intestinal mucosa and
     profound destruction of lymphoid cells
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3599-3608.

AU   DUNLOP-J.   JONES-P-C.   FINBOW-M-E.
TI   Membrane insertion and assembly of ductin:  a polytopic
     channel with dual   orientations
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3609-3616

AU   IMAMOTO-N.   SHIMAMOTO-T.   TAKAO-T.
     TACHIBANA-T.   KOSE-S.   MATSUBAE-M.
     SEKIMOTO-T.   SHIMONISHI-Y.   YONEDA-Y.
TI   In vivo evidence for involvement of a 58 kDa component
     of nuclear pore-targeting  complex in nuclear protein
     import
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3617-3626.

AU   TERLECKY-S-R.   NUTTLEY-W-M.   MCCOLLUM-D.
      SOCK-E.   SUBRAMANI-S.
TI   The Pichia pastoris peroxisomal protein PAS8p is the
     receptor for the C-terminal tripeptide peroxisomal
     targeting signal
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3627-3634.

AU   LANG-J.   NISHIMOTO-I.   OKAMOTO-T.
     REGAZZI-R.   KIRALY-C.   WELLER-U.
     WOLLHEIM-C-B.
TI   Direct control of exocytosis by receptor-mediated
     activation of the heterotrimeric GTPases Gi and Go or by
     the expression of their active G alpha subunits
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3635-3644.

AU   OSSIG-R.   LAUFER-W.   SCHMITT-H-D.
     GALLWITZ-D.
TI   Functionality and specific membrane localization of
     transport GTPases carrying C-terminal membrane anchors
     of synaptobrevin-like proteins
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3645-3653.

AU   GIRI-J-G.   KUMAKI-S.   AHDIEH-M.   FRIEND-D-J.
     LOOMIS-A.   SHANEBECK-K.   DUBOSE-R.
     COSMAN-D.   PARK-L-S.   ANDERSON-D-M.
TI   Identification and cloning of a novel IL-15 binding
     protein that is structually related to the alpha chain of the
     IL-2 receptor
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P3654-3663.

AU   TANIUCI-I.   KITAMURA-D.   MAEKAWA-Y.
     FUKUDA-T.   KISHI-H.   WATANABE-T.
TI   Antigen - receptor induced clonal expansion and deletion
     of lymphocytes are impaired in mice lacking HS1 protein,
     a substrate of the antigen-receptor-coupled tyrosine
     kinases
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3664-3678.

AU   HARIBABU-B.   HOOK-S-S.   SELBERT-M-A.
     GOLDSTEIN-E-G.   TOMHAVE-E-D.   EDELMAN-A-
     M.   SYNDERMAN-R.   MEANS-A-R.
TI   Human calcium-calmodulin dependent protein kinase I:
     cDNA cloning, domain structure and activiation by
     phosphorylation at threonine-177 by calcium-
     calmodulin dependent protein kinase I kinase
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3679-3686.

AU   KLATT-P.   SCHMIDT-K.   LEHNER-D.   GLATTER-
     O.   BACHINGER-H-P.   MAYER-B.
TI   Structural analysis of porcine brain nitric oxide synthase
     reveals a role for tetrahydrobiopterin and L-arginine in
     the formation of an SDS-resistant dimer
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3687-3695.

AU   FIEDLER-U.   WEISS-V.
TI   A common switch in activation of the response regulators
     NtrC and PhoB: phosphorylation induces dimerization of
     the receiver modules
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3696-3705,

AU   YOSHIYAMA-H.   SHIMIZU-N.   TAKADA-K.
TI   Persistent Epstein-Barr virus infection in a human T-dell
line: unique program of  latent virus expression
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3706-3711

AU   KRUSE-E.   MOCK-H-P.   GRIMM-B.
TI   Reduction of coproporphyrinogen oxidase level by
     antisense RNA synthesis leads to deregulated gene
     expression of plastid proteins and affects the oxidative
     defense system
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3712-3720.

AU   ALLISON-L-A,   MALIGA-P.
TI   Light-responsive and transcription-enhancing elements
     regulate the plastid psbD core promoter
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3721-3730.

AU   LOS-M.   SCHENK-H.   HEXEL-K.   BAEUERLE-P-A.
     DROGE-W.   SCHULZE-OSTHOFF-K.
TI   IL-2 gene expression and NF-kappa B activation through
     CD28 requires reactive oxygen production by 5-
     lipoxygenase
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3731-3740

AU   CAVAILLES-V.   DAUVOIS-S.   L'HORSET-F.
     LOPEZ-G.   HOARE-S.   KUSHNER-P-J.   PARKER-
     M-G.
TI   Nuclear factor RIP140 modulates transcriptional
     activation by the estrogen receptor
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3741-3751.

AU   URA-K.   HAYES-J-J.   WOLFFE-A-P.
TI   A positive role for nucleosome mobility in the
     transcriptional activity of chromatin templates: restriction
     by linker histones
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3752-3765.

AU   DIECI-G.   HERMANN-LE-DENMAT-S.
     LUKHTANOV-E.   THURIAUX-P.   WERNER-M.
     SENTENAC-A.
TI   A universally conserved region of the largest subunit
     participates in the active site of RNA polymerase III
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3766-3776.

AU   SCHUSTER-C.   MYSLINSKI-E.   KROL-A.
     CARBON-P.
TI   Staf, a novel zinc finger protein that activates the RNA
     polymerase III promoter of the selenocysteine tRNA gene
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3777-3787.

AU   PIATTI-S.   LENGAUER-C.   NASMYTH-K.
TI   Cdc6 is an unstable protein whose de novo synthesis in
     G1 is important for the onset of S phase and for
     preventing a 'reductional' anaphase in the budding yeast
     Saccharomyces cerevisiae
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3788-3799.

AU   BARTA-I.   IGGO-R.
TI   Autoregulation of expression of the yeast Dbp2p 'DEAD-
     box' protein is mediated by sequences in the conserved
     DBP2 intron
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3800-3808.

AU   MOREIRA-A.   WOLLERTON-M.   MONKS-J.
     PROUDFOOT-N-J.
TI   Upstream sequence elements enhance poly(A) site
     efficiency of the C2 complement gene and are
     phylogenetically conserved
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3809-3819.

AU   ALTMANN-M.   WITTMER-B.   METHOT-N
     SONENBERG-N.   TRACHSEL-H
TI   The Saccharomyces cerevisiae translation initiation factor
     Tif3 and its mammalian homologue, elF-4B, have RNA
     annealing activity
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3820-3827

AU   DONZE-O.   JAGUS-R.   KOROMILAS-A-E.
     HERSHEY-J-W-B.   SONENBERG-N.
TI   Abrogation of translation intitiation factor elF-2
     phosphorylation causes malignant transformation of NIH
     3T3 cells
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3828-3834

AU   WU-Z.   CHACONAS-G.
TI   A novel DNA binding and nuclease activity in domain III
     of Mu transposase: evidence for a catalytic region
     involved in donor cleavage
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3835-3843

AU   TEO-S-H.   GRASSER-K-D.   HARDMAN-C-H.
     BROADHURST-R-W.   LAUE-E-D.    THOMAS-J-O.
TI   Two mutations in the HMG-box with very different
     structural consequences provide insights into the nature of
     binding to four-way junction DNA
SO   EMBO-J.   1995 AUGUST 1.   14(15).   P 3844-3853

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