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To: HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL
Subject: LITE: The EMBO Journal 16:04
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.BERGEN@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 1997 15:08:04 +0100

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The EMBO Journal - ISSN 0261 - 4189
Volume 16:04
15 February 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      IAFRATE-A-J. BRONSON-S. SKOWRONSKI-J.
TI      Separable functions of Nef distrupt two aspects of T cell receptor
        machinery: CD4 expression and CD3 signaling.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 673-684.

AU      KLEIJNEN-M-F. HUPPA-J-B. LUCIN-P. MUKHERJEE-S.
        FARRELL-H. CAMPBELL-A-E. KOSZINOWSKI-U-H. HILL-A-
        B. PLOEGH-H-L.
TI      A mouse cytomegalovirus glycoprotein, gp34, forms a complex
        with folded class I MHC molecules in the ER which is not retained
        but is transported to the cell surface.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 685-694.

AU      LODGE-R. LALONDE-J-P. LEMAY-G. COHEN-E-A.
TI      The membrane-proximal intracytoplasmic tyrosine residue of HIV-1
        envelope glycoprotein is critical for basolateral targeting or viral
        budding in MDCK cells.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 695-705.

AU      MIGLIACCIO-E. MELE-S. SALCINI-A-E. PELICCI-G. LAI-K-
        M-V. SUPERTI-FURGA-G. PAWSON-T. DI FIORE-P-P.
        LANFRANCONE-L. PELICCI-P-G.
TI      Opposite effects of the p52shc/p46shc and p66shc splicing isoforms
        on the EGF receptor-MAP kinase-fos signalling pathway.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 706-716.

AU      ALTIOK-N. ALTIOK-S. CHANGEUX-J-P.
TI      Heregulin-stimulated acetylcholine receptor gene expression in
        muscle: requirement for MAP kinase and evidence for a parallel
        inhibitory pathway independent of electrical activity.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 717-725.

AU      DROGE-LASER-W. KAISER-A. LINDSAY-W-P. HALKIER-B-A.
        LOAKE-G-J. DOERNER-P. DIXON-R-A. LAMB-C.
TI      Rapid stimulation of a soybean protein-serine kinase that
        phosphorylates a novel bZIP DNA-binding protein, G/HBF-1,
        during the induction of early transcription-dependent defenses.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 726-738.

AU      BISSON-R. VETTORE-S. ARATRI-E. SANDONA-D.
TI      Subunit change in cytochrome c oxidase: identification of the
        oxygen switch in Dictyostelium.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 739-749.

AU      GILLE-J. SWERLICK-R-A. CAUGHMAN-S-W.
TI      Transforming growth factor-alpha-induced transcriptional activation
        of the vascular permeability factor (VPF/VEGF) gene requires AP-
        2-dependent DNA binding and transactivation.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 750-759.

AU      LANGST-G. BLANK-T-A. BECKER-P-B. GRUMMT-I.
TI      RNA polymerase I transcription on nucleosomal templates: the
        transcription termination factor TTF-1 induces chromatin
        remodeling and relieves transcriptional repression.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 760-768.

AU      MARTIN-F. SCHALLER-A. EGLITE-S. SCHUMPERLI-D.
        MULLER-B.
TI      The gene for histone RNA hairpin binding protein is located on
        human chromosome 4 and encodes a novel type of RNA binding
        protein.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 769-778.

AU      LUUKKONEN-B-G-M. SERAPHIN-B.
TI      The role of branchpoint-3 prime splice site spacing and interaction
        between intron terminal nucleotides in 3 prime splice site selection
        in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 779-792.

AU      GRIMM-C. LUND-E. DAHLBERG-J-E.
TI      In vivo selection of RNAs that localize in the nucleus.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 793-806.

AU      FORNEROD-M. VAN DEURSEN-J. VAL BAAL-S. REYNOLDS-
        A. DAVIS-D. MURTI-K-G. FRANSEN-J. GROSVELD-G.
TI      The human homologue of yeast CRM1 is in a dynamic subcomplex
        with CAN/Nup214 and a novel nuclear pore component Nup88.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 807-816.

AU      IMATAKA-H. OLSEN-H-S. SONENBERG-N.
TI      A new translational regulator with homology to eukaryotic
        translation initiation factor 4G.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 817-825.

AU      ZHANG-J. MAQUAT-L-E.
TI      Evidence that translation reinitiation abrogates nonsense-mediated
        mRNA decay in mammalian cells.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 826-833.

AU      CURTIS-D. TREIBER-D-K. TAO-F. ZAMORE-P-D.
        WILLIAMSON-J-R. LEHMANN-R.
TI      A CCHC metal-binding domain in Nanos is essential for
        translational regulation.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 834-843.

AU      OHLMANN-T. PAIN-V-M. WOOD-W. RAU-M. MORLEY-S-J.
TI      The proteolytic cleavage of eukaryotic initiation factor (elF) 4G is
        prevented by elF4E binding protein (PHAS-I; 4E-BP1) in the
        reticulocyte lystae.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 844-855.

AU       KULPA-D. TOPPING-R. TELESNITSKY-A.
TI      Determination of the site of first strand transfer during Moloney
        murine leukemia virus reverse transcription and identification of
        trand transfer-associated reverse transcriptase errors.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 856-865.

AU      WANG-H. BLACKBURN-E-H.
TI      De novo telomere addition by Tetrahymena telomerase in vitro.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 866-879.

AU      GORDIENKO-I. RUPP-W-D.
TI      UvrAB activity at a damaged DNA site: is unpaired DNA present?
SO       EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 880-888.

AU      GORDIENKO-I. RUPP-W-D.
TI      The limited strand-separating activity of the UvrAB protein
        complex and its role in the recognition of DNA damage.
SO      EMBO-J. 1997 FEBRUARY 17. 16(4) P 889-895.


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