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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: preview EMBO Journal 14:20
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 1995 16:12:13 +0100

The EMBO Journal - ISSN 0261 - 4189

Volume 14:20

16 October 1995


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=============================================================The EMBO Journal - ISSN 0261 - 4189
Volume 14:20
16 October 1995
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CONTENTS
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AU      TREISMAN-R.
TI      Journey to the surface of the cell:  Fos
        regulation and the SRE.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 4905-4913.

AU      CARFI-A.  PARES-S.  DUEE-E.  GALLENI-M.  DUEZ-
                C.  FRERE-J-M.  DIDEBERG-O.
TI      The 3-D structure of a zinc metallo-beta-lactamase
        from Bacillus cereus reveals a new type of protein fold.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 4914-4921.

AU      TRAVE-G.  LACOMBE-P-J.  PFUHL-M.  SARASTE-M.
                PASTORE-A.
TI      Molecular mechanism of the calcium-induced
                conformational change in the spectrin EF-hands.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 4922-4931.

AU      DE STROOPER-B.  SIMONS-M.  MULTHAUP-G.
                VAN LEUVEN-F.  BEYREUTHER-K.  DOTTI-C-G.
TI      Production of intracellular amyloid-containing
        fragements in hippocampal neurons expressing human
        amyloid precursor protein and protection against
        amyloidogenesis by subtle amino acid substitutions in
        the rodent sequence.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 4932-4938.

AU      STOLLER-G.  RUCKNAGEL-K-P.  NIERHAUS-K-H.
                SCHMID-F-X.  FISCHER-G.  RAHFELD-J-U.
TI      A ribosome-associated peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans
        isomerase identified as the trigger factor.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 4939-4948.

AU      ZUFFEREY-R.  KNAUER-R.  BURDA-P.  STAGLJAR-
                I.  TE HEESEN-S.  LEHLE-L.  AEBI-M.
TI      STT3, a highly conserved protein required for
        yeast oligosaccharyl transferase activity in vivo.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 4949-4960.

AU      VOORHEES-P.  DEIGNAN-E.  VAN DONSELAAR-E.
                HUMPHREY-J.  MARKS-M-S.  PETERS-P-J.
                BONIFACINO-J-S.
TI      An acidic sequence within the cytoplasmic domain
        of furin functions as a determinant of trans-Golgi network
                localization and internalization from the cell surface.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 4961-4975.



AU      FARAH-J.  RAPPAPORT-F.  CHOQUET-Y.  JOLIOT-P.
                ROCHAIX-J-D.
TI      Isolation of a psaF-deficient mutant of
        Chlamydomonas reinhardtii:  efficient interaction of
        plastocyanin with the photosystem I reaction center is
        mediated by the PsaF subunit.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 4976-4984.

AU      PELED-KAMAR-M.  LOTEM-J.  OKON-E.  SACHS-L.
                GRONER-Y.
TI      Thymic abnormalities and enhanced apoptosis of
                thymocytes and bone marrow cells in transgenic mice
                overexpressing Cu/Zn-superoxide dismutase:
        implications for Down syndrome.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 4985-4993.

AU      ALLDAY-M-J.  INMAN-G-J.  CRAWFORD-D-H.
                FARRELL-P-J.
TI      DNA damage in human B cells can induce apoptosis,
                proceeding from G1/S when p53 is transactivation
                competent and G2/M when it is transactivation defective.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 4994-5005.

AU      LEE-C-H.  LEUNG-B.  LEMMON-M-A.  ZHENG-J.
                COWBURN-D.  KURIYAN-J.  SAKSELA-K.
TI      A single amino acid in the SH3 domain of Hck
                determines its high affinity and specificity in binding
        to HIV-1 Nef protein.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5006-5015.

AU      HOPPLER-S.  BIENZ-M.
TI      Two different thresholds of wingless signalling
        with distinct developmental consequences in the
        Drosophila midgut.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5016-5026.

AU      DEVAULT-A.  MARTINEZ-A-M.  FESQUET-D.
        LABBE-J-C.  MORIN-N.  TASSAN-J-P.  NIGG-E-A.
        CAVADORE-J-C.  DOREE-M.
TI      MAT1 ('menage a trois') a new RING finger protein
                subunit stabilizing cyclin H-cdk7 complexes in starfish
                and Xenopus CAK.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5027-5036.

AU      HILL-C-S.  TREISMAN-R.
TI      Differential activation of c-fos promoter elements
        by serum, lysophosphatidic acid, G proteins and
        polypeptide growth factors.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5037-5047.

AU      OKAZAKI-K.  SAGATA-N.
TI      The Mos/MAP kinase pathway stabilizes c-Fos by
                phosphorylation and augments its transforming activity
        in NIH 3T3 cells.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5048-5059.

AU      ALGARTE-M.  LECINE-P.  COSTELLO-R.  PLET-A.
                OLIVE-D.  IMBERT-J.
TI       In vivo regulation of interleukin-2 receptor alpha
        gene transcription by the coordinated binding of
        constitutive and inducible factors in human primary T cells
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5060-5072.

AU      PRIOLEAU-M-N.  BUCKLE-R-S.  MECHALI-M.
TI      Programming of a repressed but committed chromatin
                structure during early development.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5073-5084.

AU      BLASZCZAK-A.  ZYLICZ-M.  GEORGOPOULOS-C.
                LIBEREK-K.
TI      Both ambient temperature and the DnaK chaperone
                 machine modulate the heat shock response in Escherichia
        coli by regulating the switch between sigma-70 and
                sigma-32 factors assembled with RNA polymerase.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5085-5093.

AU      HENKE-R-M.  BUTOW-R-A.  PERLMAN-P-S.
TI      Maturase and endonuclease functions depend on
        separate conserved domains of the bifunctional protein
        encoded by the group I intron aI4-alpha of yeast
        mitochondrial DNA.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5094-5099.

AU      LUTFALLA-G.  HOLLAND-S-J.  CINATO-E.
                MONNERON-D.  REBOUL-J.  ROGERS-N-C.  SMITH-
                J-M.  STARK-G-R.  GARDINER-K.  MOGENSEN-K-E.
                KERR-I-M.  UZE-G.
TI      Mutant U5A cells are complemented by an
        interferon-alpha-beta receptor subunit generated by alternative
                processing of a new member of a cytokine receptor gene
                cluster.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5100-5105.

AU      ELISHA-Z.  HAVIN-L.  RINGEL-I.  YISRAELI-J-K.
TI      Vg1 RNA binding protein mediates the association
        of Vg1 RNA with microtubules in Xenopus oocytes.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5106-5114.


AU      XU-L.  KLECKNER-N.
TI      Sequence non-specific double-strand breaks and
                interhomolog interactions prior to double-strand break
                formation at a meiotic recombination hot spot in yeast.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5115-5128.

AU      TAKECHI-S.  MATSUI-H.  ITOH-T.
TI      Primer RNA synthesis by plasmid-specified Rep
        protein for initiation of ColE2 DNA replication.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5129-5140.

AU      BOOCOCK-M-R.  ZHU-X.  GRINDLEY-N-D-F.
TI      Catalytic residues of gamma-delta resolvase act in cis.
SO      EMBO-J.   1995 OCTOBER 16.  14(20).   P 5141-5147.


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