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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: LITE: EMBO issue 14:19
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 1995 13:12:27 +0100

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The EMBO Journal - ISSN 0261 - 4189
Volume 14:19
2 October 1995
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CONTENTS
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        AU     MALISSEN-M.   GILLET-A.   ARDOUIN-L.
               BOUVIER-G.   TRUCY-J.   FERRIER-P.   VIVIER-E.
               MALISSEN-B.
        TI     Altered T cell development in mice with a targeted
               mutation of the CD3-epsilon gene.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4641-4653.

        AU     BATCHVAROVA-N.   WANG-X-Z.   RON-D.
        TI     Inhibition of adipogenesis by the stress-induced
               protein CHOP (Gadd153).
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4654-4661.

        AU     ENGLERT-C.   HOU-X.   MAHESWARAN-S.
               BENNETT-P.   NGWU-C.   RE-G-G.   GARVIN-A-J.
               ROSNER-M-R.   HABER-D-A.
        TI     WT1 suppresses synthesis of the epidermal growth
               factor receptor and induces apoptosis.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4662-4675.

        AU     HYVONEN-M.   MACIAS-M-J.   NILGES-M.
               OSCHKINAT-H.   SARASTE-M.   WILMANNS-M.
        TI     Structure of the binding site for inositol
               phosphates in a PH domain.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4676-4685.

        AU     VIDUGIRIENE-J.   MENON-A-K.
        TI     Soluble constituents of the ER lumen are required
               for GPI anchoring of a model protein.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4686-4694.

        AU     MUNRO-S.
        TI     An investigation of the role of transmembrane
               domains in Golgi protein retention.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4695-4704.

        AU     PELLEGRINI-L-L.   O'CONNOR-V.   LOTTSPEICH-F.
               BETZ-H.
        TI     Clostridial neurotoxins compromise the stability
               of a low energy SNARE complex mediating NSF
               activation of synaptic vesicle fusion.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4705-4713.

        AU     HONG-S-S.   BOULANGER-P.
        TI     Protein ligands of the human adenovirus type 2
               outer capsid identified by biopanning of a
               phage-displayed peptide library on separate
               domains of wild-type and mutant penton capsomers.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4714-4727.

        AU     KALKBRENNER-F.   DEGTIAR-V-E.   SCHENKER-M.
               BRENDEL-S.   ZOBEL-A.   HESCHLER-J.   WITTIG-B.
               SCHULTZ-G.
        TI     Subunit composition of Go proteins functionally
               coupling galanin receptors to voltage-gated
               calcium channels.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4728-4737.

        AU     LU-Q.   WALLRATH-L-L.   ELGIN-S-C-R.
        TI     The role of a positioned nucleosome at the
               Drosophila melanogaster hsp26 promoter.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4738-4746.

        AU     DORIA-M.   KLEIN-N.   LUCITO-R.   SCHNEIDER-R-J.
        TI     The hepatitis B virus HBx protein is a dual
               specificity cytoplasmic activator of Ras and
               nuclear activator of transcription factors.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4747-4757.

        AU     BANNISTER-A-J.   KOUZARIDES-T.
        TI     CBP-induced stimulation of c-Fos activity is
               abrogated by E1A.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4758-4762.

        AU     KISPERT-A,   KOSCHORZ-B.   HERRMANN-B-G.
        TI     The T protein encoded by Brachyury is a
               tissue-specific transcription factor.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4763-4772.

        AU     SAUER-F.   JACKLE-H.
        TI     Heterodimeric Drosophila gap gene protein
               complexes acting as transcriptional repressors.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4773-4780.

        AU     SGOURAS-D-N.   ATHANASIOU-M-A.   BEAL-JR-G-J.
               FISHER-R-J.   BLAIR-D-G.   MAVROTHALASSITIS-
               G-J.
        TI     ERF:  an ETS domain protein with strong
               transcriptional repressor activity, can suppress
               ets-associated tumorigenesis and is regulated by
               phosphorylation during cell cycle and mitogenic
               stimulation.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4781-4793.

        AU     NAKASHIMA-N.   TANAKA-K.   STURM-S.
               OKAYAMA-H.
        TI     Fission yeast Rep2 is a putative transcriptional
               activator subunit for the cell cycle 'start'
               function of Res2-Cdc10.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4794-4802.

        AU     DIRICK-L.   BOHM-T.   NASMYTH-K.
        TI     Roles and regulation of cln-Cdc28 kinases at the
               start of the cell cycle of Saccharomyces
               cerevisiae.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4803-4813.

        AU     STEINER-P.   PHILIPP-A.   LUKAS-J.   GODDEN-
               KENT-D.   PAGANO-M.   MITTNACHT-S.   BARTEK-J.
               EILERS-M.
        TI     Identification of a Myc-dependent step during the
               formation of active G1 cyclin-cdk complexes.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4814-4826.

        AU     SIGRIST-S.   JACOBS-H.   STRATMANN-R.
               LEHNER-C-F.
        TI     Exit from mitosis is regulated by Drosophila fizzy
               and the sequential destruction of cyclins A, B and
               B3.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4827-4838.

        AU     BRASELMANN-S.   MCCORMICK-F.
        TI     BCR and RAF form a complex in vivo via 14-3-3
               proteins.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4839-4848.

        AU     NAKAMURA-T-M.   WANG-Y-H.   ZAUG-A-J.
               GRIFFITH-J-D.   CECH-T-R.
        TI     Relative orientation of RNA helices in a group I
               ribozyme determined by helix extension electron
               microscopy.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4849-4859.

        AU     TERNS-M-P.   GRIMM-C.   LUND-E.   DAHLBERG-J-E.
        TI     A common maturation pathway for small nucleolar
               RNAs.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4860-4871.

        AU     DABROWSKI-M.   SPAHN-C-M-T.   NIERHAUS-K-H.
        TI     Interaction of tRNAs with the ribosome at the A
               and P sites.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4872-4882.

        AU     VENEMA-J.   HENRY-Y.   TOLLERVEY-D.
        TI     Two distinct recognition signals define the site
               of endonucleolytic cleavage at the 5'-end of yeast
               18S rRNA.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4883-4892.

        AU     SAVILAHTI-H.   RICE-P-A.   MIZUUCHI-K.
        TI     The phage Mu transpososome core: DNA requirements
               for assembly and function.
        SO     EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 2.   14(19).   P.4893-4903.


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