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To: HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL
Subject: LITE: The EMBO Journal 16:08
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.BERGEN@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 16:29:01 +0200

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The EMBO Journal - ISSN 0261 - 4189
Volume 16:08
15 April 1997
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CONTENTS
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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      TAVOSANIS-G. LLAMAZARES-S. GOULIELMOS-G.
        GONZALEZ-C.
TI      Essential role for gamma-tubulin in the acentriolar female meiotic
        spindle of Drosophila.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1809-1819.

AU      BABST-M. SATO-T-K. BANTA-L-M. EMR-S-D.
TI      Endosomal transport function in yeast requires a novel AAA-type
        ATPase, Vps4p.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1820-1831.

AU      RAYNER-J-C. PELHAM-H-R-B.
TI      Transmembrance domain-dependent sorting of proteins to the ER
        and plasma membrane in yeast.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1832-1841.

AU      HORST-M. OPPLIGER-W. ROSPERT-S. SCHONFELD-H-J.
        SCHATZ-G. AZEM-A.
TI      Sequential action of two hsp70 complexes during protein import
        into mitochondria.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1842-1849.

AU      ASANO-M. FURUKAWA-K. KIDO-M. MATSUMOTO-S.
        UMESAKI-Y. KOCHIBE-N. IWAKURA-Y.
TI      Growth retardation and early death of beta-1,4-galactosyltransferase
        knockout mice with augmented proliferation  and abnormal
        differentiation of epithelial cells.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1850-1857.

AU      NISHI-M. HOUTANI-T. NODA-Y. MAMIYA-T. SATO-K. DOI-
        T. KUNO-J. TAKESHIMA-H. NUKADA-T. NABESHIMA-T.
        YAMASHITA-T. NODA-T. SUGIMOTO-T.
TI      Unrestrained nociceptive response and disregulation of hearing
        ability in mice lacking the nocicetin/orphaninFQ receptor.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1858-1864.

AU      CHENG-L-E-C. CHAN-F-K-M. CADO-D. WINOTO-A.
TI      Functional redundancy of the Nur77 and Nor-1 orphan steroid
        receptors in T-cell apoptosis.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1865-1875.

AU      EGLOFF-M-P. JOHNSON-D-F. MOORHEAD-G. COHEN-P-T-W.
        COHEN-P. BARFORD-D.
TI      Structural basis for the recognition of regulatory subunits by the
        catalytic subunit of protein phosphatase 1.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1876-1887.

AU      THORBURN-J. XU-S. THORBURN-A.
TI      MAP kinase- and Rho-dependent signals interact to regulate gene
        expression by not actin morphology in cardiac muscle cells.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1888-1900.

AU      FUKUDA-M. GOTOH-Y. NISHIDA-E.
TI      Interaction of MAP kinase with MAP kinase kinase:  its possible
        role in the control of nucleocytoplasmic transport of MAP kinase.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1901-1908.

AU      WASKIEWICZ-A-J. FLYNN-A. PROUD-C-G. COOPER-J-A.
TI      Mitogen-activated protein kinases activate the serine/threonine
        kinases Mnk1 and Mnk2.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1909-1920.

AU      FUKUNAGA-R. HUNTER-T.
TI      MNK1, a new MAP kinase-activated protein kinase, isolated by a
        novel expression screening method for identifying protein kinase
        substrates.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1921-1933.

AU      REGENFELDER-E. SPELLIG-T. HARTMANN-A.
        LAUENSTEIN-S. BOLKER-M. KAHMANN-R.
TI      G proteins in Ustilago maydis: transmission of multiple signals?
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1934-1942.

AU      COMMUNI-D. VANWEYENBERG-V. ERNEUX-C.
TI      D-myo-inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate 3-kinase A is activated by
        receptor activation through a calcium:calmodulin-dependent protein
        kinase II phosphorylation mechanism.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1943-1952.

AU      CUTLER-R-E. JR MORRISON-D-K.
TI      Mammalian Raf-1 is activated by mutations that restore Raf
        signaling in Drosophila.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1953-1960.

AU      VAN DER STRATEN-A. ROMMEL-C. DICKSON-B. HAFEN-E.
TI      The heat shock protein 83 (Hsp83) is required for Raf-mediated
        signalling in Drosphila.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1961-1969.

AU      LUO-K. LODISH-H-F.
TI      Positive and negative regulation of type II TGF-beta receptor signal
        transduction by autophosphorylation on multiple serine residues.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1970-1981.

AU      STOLDT-V-R. SONNEBORN-A. LEUKER-C-E. ERNST-J-F.
TI      Efg1p, an essential regulator of morphogenesis of the human
        pathogen Candida albicans, is a member of a conserved class of
        bHLH proteins regulating morphogenetic processes in fungi.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1982-1991.

AU      FINNIN-M-S. CICERO-M-P. DAVIES-C. PORTER-S-J. WHITE-
        S-W. KREUZER-K-N.
TI      The activation domain of the MotA transcription factor from
        bacteriophage T4.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 1992-2003.

AU      MORGAN-B. SUN-L. AVITAHL-N. ANDRIKOPOULOS-K.
        IKEDA-T. GONZALES-E. WU-P. NEBEN-S. GEORGOPOULOS-
        K.
TI      Aiolos, a lymphoid restricted transcription factor that interacts with
        Ikaros to regulate lymphocyte differentiation.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2004-2013.

AU      ERESH-S. RIESE-J. JACKSON-D-B. BOHMANN-D. BIENZ-M.
TI      A CREB-binding site as a target for decapentaplegic signalling
        during Drosophila endoderm induction.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2014-2022.

AU      BROGNA-S. ASHBURNER-M.
TI      The Adh-related gene of Drosophila melanogaster is expressed as a
        functional dicistronic messenger RNA: multigenic transcription in
        higher organisms.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2023-2031.

AU      PINSONNEAULT-J. FLORENCE-B. VAESSIN-H. MCGINNIS-
        W.
TI      A model for extradenticle function as a switch that changes HOX
        proteins from repressors to activators.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2032-2042.

AU      VAN LEEUWEN-H-C. STRATING-M-J. RENSEN-M. DE LAAT-
        W. VAN DER VLIET-P-C.
TI      Linker length and composition influence the flexibility of Oct-1
        DNA binding.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2043-2053.

AU      HILFIKER-A. HILFIKER-KLEINER-D. PANNUTI-A.
        LUCCHESI-J-C.
TI      mof, a putative acetyl transferase gene related to the Tip60 and
        MOZ human genes and to the SAS genes of yeast, is required for
        dosage compensation in Drosophila.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2054-2060.

AU      LARMINIE-C-G-C. CAIRNS-C-A. MITAL-R. MARTIN-K.
        KOUZARIDES-T. JACKSON-S-P. WHITE-R-J.
TI      Mechanistic analysis of RNA polymerase III regulation by the
        retinoblastoma protein.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2061-2071.

AU      NG-K-W. RIDGWAY-P. COHEN-D-R. TREMETHICK-D-J.
TI      The binding of a Fox/Jun heterodimer can completely disrupt the
        structure of a nucleosome.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2072-2085.

AU      WECHSER-M-A. KLADDE-M-P. ALFIERI-J-A. PETERSON-C-
        L.
TI      Effects of Sin- versions of histone H4 on yeast chromatin structure
        and function.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2086-2095.

AU      URA-K. KURUMIZAKA-H. DIMITROV-S. ALMOUZNI-G.
        WOLFFE-A-P.
TI      Histone acetylation: influence on transcription, nucleosome mobility
        and positioning, and linker histone-dependent transcriptional
        repression.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2096-2107.

AU      PEDERSEN-H. VALENTIN-HANSEN-P.
TI      Protein-induced fit: the CRP activator protein changes sequence-
        specific DNA recognition by the CytR repressor, a highly flexible
        Lacl member.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2108-2118.

AU      KIM-C-H. RYAN-D-E. MARCINIEC-T. ABELSON-J.
TI      Site-specific deoxynucleotide substitutions in yeast U6 snRNA
        block splicing of pre-mRNA in vitro.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2119-2129.

AU      MYER-V-E. FAN-X-C. STEITZ-J-A.
TI      Identification of HuR as a protein implicated in AUUUA-mediated
        mRNA decay.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2130-2139.

AU      SCADDEN-A-D-J. SMITH-C-W-J.
TI      A ribonuclease specific for inosine-containing RNA: a potential role
        in antiviral defence?
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2140-2149.

AU      SUTER-B. LIVINGSTONE-ZATCHEJ-M. THOMA-F.
TI      Chromatin structure modulates DNA repair by photolyase in vivo.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2150-2160.

AU      WU-L-J. ERRINGTON-J.
TI      Septal localization of the SpoIIIE chromosome partitioning protein
        in Bacillus subtilis.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 APRIL 15. 16(8) P 2161-2169.

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Dr. Arthur A.B. Bergen
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The Netherlands Ophthalmic Research Institute (IOI)
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