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Subject: LITE: EMBO TOCs 15:07 and 15:08
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 1996 10:00:23 +0200

============================================
The EMBO Journal - ISSN 0261 - 4189
Volume 15:07
1 April 1996
============================================
CONTENTS
============================================

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      APODACA-G. CARDONE-M-H. WHITEHEART-S-W.
        DASGUPTA-B-R. MOSTOV-K-E.
TI      Reconstitution of transcytosis in SLO-permeabilized
        MDCK cells: existence of an NSF-dependent fusion
        mechanism with the apical surface of MDCK cells.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1471-1481.

AU      FINKE-K. PLATH-K. PANZNER-S. PREHN-S.
        RAPOPORT-T-A. HARTMANN-E. SOMMER-T.
TI      A second trimeric complex containing homologs of the
        Sec61p complex functions in protein transport across the
        ER membrane of S.cerevisiae.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1482-1494.

AU      VASSILAKOS-A. COHEN-DOYLE-M-F. PETERSON-
        P-A. JACKSON-M-R. WILLIAMS-D-B.
TI      The molecular chaperone calnexin facilitates folding and
        assembly of class I histocompatibility molecules.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1495-1506.

AU      WEISSENHORN-W. WHARTON-S-A. CALDER-L-J.
        EARL-P-L. MOSS-B. ALIPRANDIS-E. SKEHEL-J-J.
        WILEY-D-C.
TI      The ectodomain of HIV-1 env subunit gp41 forms a
        soluble, alpha-helical, rod-like oligomer in the absence
        of gp120 and the N-terminal fusion peptide.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1507-1514.

AU      HEWAT-E-A. BLAAS-D.
TI      Structure of a neutralizing antibody bound bivalently to
        human rhinovirus 2.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1515-1523.

AU      YE-J. McCRAY-S-K. CLARKE-S-H.
TI      The transition of pre-BI to pre-BII cells is dependent on
        the VH structure of the mu/surrogate L chain receptor.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1524-1533.

AU      ADACHI-T. SCHAMEL-W-W-A. KIM-K-M.
        WATANABE-T. BECKER-B. NIELSEN-P-J. RETH-M.
TI      The specificity of association of the IgD molecule with
        the accessory proteins BAP31/BAP29 lies in the IgD
        transmembrane sequence.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1534-1541.

AU      JOSHI-R-L. LAMOTHE-B. CORDONNIER-N.
        MESBAH-K. MONTHIOUX-E. JAMI-J. BUCCHINI-D.
TI      Targeted disruption of the insulin receptor gene in the
        mouse results in neonatal lethality.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1542-1547.

AU      PAAS-Y. DEVILLERS-THIERY-A. CHANGEUX-J-P.
        MEDEVIELLE-F. TEICHBERG-V-I.
TI      Identification of an extracellular motif involved in the
        binding of guanine nucleotides by a glutamate receptor.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1548-1556.

AU      YAMANAKA-Y. NAKAJIMA-K. FUKADA-T. HIBI-
        M. HIRANO-T.
TI      Differentiation and growth arrest signals are generated
        through the cytoplasmic region of gp130 that is essential
        for Stat3 activation.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1557-1565.

AU      FLATI-V. HAQUE-S-J. WILLIAMS-B-R-G.
TI      Interferon-alpha-induced phosphorylation and activation
        of cytosolic phospholipase A2 is required for the
        formation of interferon-stimulated gene factor three.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1566-1571.

AU      RESNATI-M. GUTTINGER-M. VALCAMONICA-S.
        SIDENIUS-N. BLASI-F. FAZIOLI-F.
TI      Proteolytic cleavage of the urokinase receptor substitutes
        for the agonist-induced chemotactic effect.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1572-1582.

AU      WEN-S. JACKSON-P-K. VAN ETTEN-R-A.
TI      The cytostatic function of c-Ab1 is controlled by
        multiple nuclear localization signals and requires the p53
        and Rb tumor suppressor gene products.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1583-1595.

AU      HAUPT-Y. BARAK-Y. OREN-M.
TI      Cell type-specifc inhibition of p53-mediated apoptosis
        by mdm2.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1596-1606

AU      SUZUKI-T. KITAO-S. MATSUSHIME-H. YOSHIDA-M.
TI      HTLV-1 Tax protein interacts with cyclin-dependent
        kinase inhibitor p16INK4A and counteracts its inhibitory
        activity towards CDK4.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1607-1614.

AU      LEVEILLARD-T. ANDERA-L. BISSONNETTE-N.
        SCHAEFFER-L. BRACCO-L. EGLY-J-M.
        WASYLYK-B.
TI      Functional interactions between p53 and the TFIIH
        complex are affected by tumour-associated mutations.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1615-1624.

AU      VAN GELDER-R-N. KRASNOW-M-A.
TI      A novel circadianly expressed Drosophila melanogaster
        gene dependent on the period gene for its rhythmic
        expression.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1625-1631.

AU      HARTMANN-H-A. KAHMANN-R. BOLKER-M.
TI      The pheromone response factor coordinates filamentous
        growth and pathogenicity in Ustilago maydis.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1632-1641.

AU      FROMMER-G. VORBRUGGEN-G. PASCA-G.
        JACKLE-H. VOLK-T.
TI      Epidermal egr-like zinc finger protein of Drosophila
        participates in myotube guidance.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1642-1649.

AU      BALLARIO-P. VITTORIOSO-P. MAGRELLI-A.
        TALORA-C. CABIBBO-A. MACINO-G.
TI      White collar-1, a central regulator of blue light responses
        in Neurospora, is a zinc finger protein.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1650-1657.

AU      BLAIR-W-S. FRIDELL-R-A. CULLEN-B-R.
TI      Synergistic enhancement of both initiation and
        elongation by acidic transcription activation domains.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1658-1665.

AU      HOLSTEGE-F-C-P. VAN DER VLIET-P-C.
        TIMMERS-H-T-M.
TI      Opening of an RNA polymerase II promoter occurs in
        two distinct steps and requires the basal transcription
        factors IIE and IIH.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1666-1677.

AU      GIL-P. GREEN-P-J.
TI      Multiple regions of the Arabidopsis SAUR-AC1 gene
        control transcript abundance: the 3' untranslated region
        functions as an mRNA instability determinant.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1678-1686.

AU      HIROSE-T. SUGIURA-M.
TI      Cis-acting elements and trans-acting factors for accurate
        translation of chloroplast psbA mRNAs: development of
        an in vitro translation system from tobacco chloroplasts.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1687-1695.

AU      BJORNSSON-A. MOTTAGUI-TABAR-S. ISAKSSON-L-A.
TI      Structure of the C-terminal end of the nascent peptide
        influences translation termination.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1696-1704.

AU      McARTHUR-M. THOMAS-J-O.
TI      A preference of histone H1 for methylated DNA.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1705-1714.

AU      GANGLOFF-S. ZOU-H. ROTHSTEIN-R.
TI      Gene conversion plays the major role in controlling the
        stability of large tandem repeats in yeast.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1715-1725.

AU      HUNTER-N. CHAMBERS-S-R. LOUIS-E-J. BORTS-
        R-H.
TI      The mismatch repair system contributes to meiotic
        sterility in an interspecific yeast hybrid.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1726-1733.

AU      WRIGHT-W-E. BRASISKYTE-D. PIATYSZEK-M-A.
        SHAY-J-W.
TI      Experimental elongation of telomeres extends the
        lifespan of immortal x normal cell hybrids.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1734-1741.

AU      MAKHOV-A-M. BOEHMER-P-E. LEHMAN-I-R.
        GRIFFITH-J-D.
TI      The herpes simplex virus type 1 origin-binding protein
        carries out origin specific DNA unwinding and forms
        unwound stem-loop structures.
SO      EMBO-J.  1996 APRIL 1. 15(7). P 1742-1750.

============================================

The EMBO Journal is published 24 times a year by Oxford
University Press on behalf of the European Molecular
Biology Organisation.

The papers listed above will appear in the 1 April issue.
If you would like further details about The EMBO Journal,
including instructions for authors or details of subscription
rates, please contact:-

Richard Gedye
Oxford University Press
Walton Street
Oxford
OX2 6DP
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1865 267785
Fax: +44 1865 267782
E-mail:   gedyer@oup.co.uk

Copyright in the table of contents listed above is held by
Oxford University Press, but you are welcome to circulate
it further, provided that Oxford University Press is credited
as publisher and copyright holder.


============================================
The EMBO Journal - ISSN 0261 - 4189
Volume 15:08
15 April 1996
============================================
============================================
CONTENTS

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      BUCK-M. CHOJKIER-M.
TI      Muscle wasting and dedifferentiation induced by
        oxidative stress in a murine model of cachexia is
        prevented by inhibitors of nitric oxide synthesis and
        antioxidants.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1753-1765.

AU      GREBER-U-F. WEBSTER-P. WEBER-J. HELENIUS-A.
TI      The role of the adenovirus protease in virus entry into
        cells.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1766-1777.

AU      DING-J. MCGRATH-W-J. SWEET-R-M. MANGEL-
        W-F.
TI      Crystal structure of the human adenovirus proteinase
        with its 11 amino acid cofactor.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1778-1783.

AU      PALMITER-R-D. COLE-T-B. FINDLEY-S-D.
TI      ZnT-2, a mammalian protein that confers resistance to
        zinc by facilitating vesicular sequestration.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1784-1791.

AU      COSSON-P. DEMOLLIERE-C. HENNECKE-S.
        DUDEN-R. LETOURNEUR-F.
TI      Delta- and zeta-COP, two coatomer subunits
        homologous to clathrin-associated proteins, are involved
        in ER retrieval.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1792-1798.

AU      STAHL-B. CHOU-J-H. LI-C. SUDHOF-T-C. JAHN-R.
TI      Rab3 reversibly recruits rabphilin to synaptic vesicles by
        a mechanism analogous to raf recruitment by ras.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1799-1809.

AU      GORLICH-D. HENKLEIN-P. LASKEY-R-A.
        HARTMANN-E.
TI      A 41 amino acid motif in importin-alpha confers binding
        to importin-beta and hence transit into the nucleus.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1810-1817.

AU      WEIS-K. RYDER-U. LAMOND-A-I.
TI      The conserved amino-terminal domain of hSRP1alpha is
        essential for nuclear protein import.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1818-1825.

AU      MANNAN-R-M. HE-W-Z. METZGER-S-U.
        WHITMARSH-J. MALKIN-R. PAKRASI-H-B.
TI      Active photosynthesis in cyanobacterial mutants with
        directed modifications in the ligands for two iron-sulfur
        clusters in the PsaC protein of photosystem I.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1826-1833.

AU      HAUPTS-U. BAMBERG-E. OESTERHELT-D.
TI      Different modes of proton translocation by sensory
        rhodopsin I.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1834-1841.

AU      DI BERARDINO-M. DIMROTH-P.
TI      Aspartate 203 of the oxaloacetate decarboxylase beta-
        subunit catalyses both the chemical and vectorial
        reaction of the Na+ pump.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1842-1849.

AU      BONHIVERS-M. GHAZI-A. BOULANGER-P.
        LETELLIER-L.
TI      FhuA, a transporter of the Escherichia coli outer
        membrane, is converted into a channel upon binding of
        bacteriophage T5.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1850-1856.

AU      VALEVA-A. WEISSER-A. WALKER-B. KEHOE-M.
        BAYLEY-H. BHAKDI-S. PALMER-M.
TI      Molecular architecture of a toxin pore: a 15-residue
        sequence lines the transmembrane channel of
        staphylococcal alpha-toxin.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1857-1864.

AU      MARTIN-J-R. OLLO-R.
TI      A new Drosophila Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein
        kinase (Caki) is localized in the central nervous system
        and implicated in walking speed.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1865-1876.

AU      ADAMCZEWSKI-J-P. ROSSIGNOL-M. TASSAN-J-P.
        NIGG-E-A. MONCOLLIN-V. EGLY-J-M.
TI      MAT1, cdk7 and cyclin H form a kinase complex which
        is UV light-sensitive upon association with TFIIH.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1877-1884.

AU      ISHIZAKI-T. MAEKAWA-M. FUJISAWA-K.
        OKAWA-K. IWAMATSU-A. FUJITA-A.
        WATANABE-N. SAITO-Y. KAKIZUKA-A. MORII-N.
        NARUMIYA-S.
TI      The small GTP-binding protein Rho binds to and
        activates a 160 kDa Ser/Thr protein kinase homologous
        to myotonic dystrophy kinase.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1885-1893.

AU      ROSSI-F. MCNAGNY-K-M. SMITH-G. FRAMPTON-
        J. GRAF-T.
TI      Lineage commitment of transformed haematopoietic
        progenitors is determined by the level of PKC activity.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1894-1901.

AU      BEADLING-C. NG-J. BABBAGE-J-W. CANTRELL-
        D-A.
TI      Interleukin-2 activation of STAT5 requires the
        convergent action of tyrosine kinases and a
        serine/threonine kinase pathway distinct from the
        Raf1/ERK2 MAP kinase pathway.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1902-1913.

AU      BEYAERT-R. CUENDA-A. BERGHE-W-V.
        PLAISANCE-S. LEE-J-C. HAEGEMAN-G. COHEN-P.
        FIERS-W.
TI      The p38/RK mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway
        regulates interleukin-6 synthesis in response to tumour
        necrosis factor.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1914-1923.

AU      CORCORAN-A-E. SMART-F-M. COWLING-R-J.
        CROMPTON-T. OWEN-M-J. VENKITARAMAN-A-R.
TI      The interleukin-7 receptor alpha chain transmits distinct
        signals for proliferation and differentiation during B
        lymphopoiesis.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1924-1932.

AU      KNAUS-R. POLLOCK-R. GUARENTE-L.
TI      Yeast SUB1 is a suppressor of TFIIB mutations and has
        homology to the human co-activator PC4.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1933-1940.

AU      RUTH-J. CONESA-C. DIECI-G. LEFEBVRE-O.
        DUSTERHOFT-A. OTTONELLO-S. SENTENAC-A.
TI       suppressor of mutations in the class III transcription
        system encodes a component of yeast TFIIIB.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1941-1949.

AU      ANTINORE-M-J. BIRRER-M-J. PATEL-D. NADER-L.
        MCCANCE-D-J.
TI      The human papillomavirus type 16 E7 gene product
        interacts with and trans-activates the AP1 family of
        transcription factors.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1950-1960.

AU      GROSS-C-T. MCGINNIS-W.
TI      DEAF-1, a novel protein that binds an essential region in
        a Deformed response element.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1961-1970.

AU      DORFLER-P. BUSSLINGER-M.
TI      C-terminal activating and inhibitory domains determine
        the transactivation potential of BSAP (Pax-5), Pax-2 and
        Pax-8.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1971-1982.

AU      HONG-K-W. IBBA-M. WEYGAND-DURASEVIC-I.
        ROGERS-M-J. THOMANN-H-U. SOLL-D.
TI      Transfer RNA-dependent cognate amino acid recognition
        by an aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1983-1991.

AU      STURZBECHER-H-W. DONZELMANN-B.
        HENNING-W. KNIPPSCHILD-U. BUCHHOP-S.
TI      p53 is linked directly to homologous recombination
        processes via RAD51/RecA protein interaction.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 1992-2002.

AU      WEBB-J-L. KING-G TERNENT-D. TITHERADGE-A-
        J-B. MURRAY-N-E.
TI      Restriction by EcoKI is enhanced by co-operative
        interactions between target sequences and is dependent
        on DEAD box motifs.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 2003-2009.

AU      KONG-D. RICHARDSON-C-C.
TI      Single-stranded DNA binding protein and DNA helicase
        of bacteriophage T7 mediate homologous DNA strand
        exchange.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 2010-2019.

AU      VENNEMA-H. GODEKE-G-J. ROSSEN-J-W-A.
        VOORHOUT-W-F. HORZINEK-M-C. OPSTELTEN-
        D-J-E. ROTTIER-P-J-M.
TI      Nucleocapsid-independent assembly of coronavirus-like
        particles by co-expression of viral envelope protein
        genes.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 APRIL 15. 15(8). P 2020-2028.


============================================

The EMBO Journal is published 24 times a year by Oxford
University Press on behalf of the European Molecular
Biology Organisation.

The papers listed above will appear in the 15 April issue.
If you would like further details about The EMBO Journal,
including instructions for authors or details of subscription
rates, please contact:-

Richard Gedye
Oxford University Press
Walton Street
Oxford
OX2 6DP
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1865 267785
Fax: +44 1865 267782
E-mail:   gedyer@oup.co.uk

Copyright in the table of contents listed above is held by
Oxford University Press, but you are welcome to circulate
it further, provided that Oxford University Press is credited
as publisher and copyright holder.


   
 
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