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Subject: LITE: Genes & Development 10:13, 10:14
From: "Frank S. Zollmann" <Frank.Zollmann@rz.uni-rostock.de>
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 1996 08:53:11 +0200

Genes & Development
Volume 10:13
July 1, 1996


SR proteins and splicing control 
     James L. Manley and Roland Tacke 1569 

Bone morphogenetic proteins: multifunctional regulators of vertebrate
     Brigid L.M. Hogan 1580 

Research papers

Multiple determinants controlling activation of yeast replication origins
late in S phase 
     Katherine L. Friedman, John D. Diller, Betsy M. Ferguson, Sarah V.M.
Nyland, Bonita J. Brewer, and Walton L.
     Fangman 1595 

Regulation of mRNA export in response to stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiae 
     Claudio Saavedra, Kuei-Shu Tung, David C. Amberg, Anita K. Hopper, and
Charles N. Cole 1608 

Targeted disruption of p107: functional overlap between p107 and Rb 
     Myung-Ho Lee, Bart O. Williams, George Mulligan, Shizuo Mukai, Roderick
T. Bronson, Nicholas Dyson, Ed Harlow,
     and Tyler Jacks 1621 

Shared role of the pRB-related p130 and p107 proteins in limb development 
     David Cobrinik, Myung-Ho Lee, Gregory Hannon, George Mulligan, Roderick
T. Bronson, Nicholas Dyson, Ed
     Harlow, David Beach, Robert A. Weinberg, and Tyler Jacks 1633 

Regulation of cell-cell contacts in developing Drosophila eyes by Dsrc41, a
new close relative of vertebrate c-src 
     Fumitaka Takahashi, Sachiko Endo, Tetsuya Kojima, and Kaoru Saigo 1645 

The gene encoding bone morphogenetic protein 8B is required for the
initiation and maintenance of
spermatogenesis in the mouse 
     Guang-Quan Zhao, Keyu Deng, Patricia A. Labosky, Lucy Liaw, and Brigid
L.M. Hogan 1657 

Hepatic specification of the gut endoderm in vitro: cell signaling and
transcriptional control 
     Rossana Gualdi, Pascale Bossard, Minghua Zheng, Yoshio Hamada, John R.
Coleman, and Kenneth S. Zaret 1670 

A nuclear cap-binding complex facilitates association of U1 snRNP with the
cap-proximal 5' splice site 
     Joe D. Lewis, Elisa Izaurralde, Artur Jarmolowski, Caroline McGuigan,
and Iain W. Mattaj 1683 

The yeast splicing factor Mud13p is a commitment complex component and
corresponds to CBP20, the small
subunit of the nuclear cap-binding complex 
     Hildur V. Colot, Françoise Stutz, and Michael Rosbash 1699

Corrigendum 1709 

Genes & Development
Volume 10:14
July 15, 1996


Intercellular signaling and the polarization of body axes during Drosophila
     Robert P. Ray and Trudi Schüpbach 1711 

Research papers

Loss of plectin causes epidermolysis bullosa with muscular dystrophy: cDNA
cloning and genomic organization 
     W.H. Irwin McLean, Leena Pulkkinen, Frances J.D. Smith, Elizabeth L.
Rugg, E. Birgitte Lane, Florencia Bullrich,
     Robert E. Burgeson, Satoshi Amano, David L. Hudson, Katsushi Owaribe,
John A. McGrath, James R. McMillan,
     Robin A.J. Eady, Irene M. Leigh, Angela M. Christiano, and Jouni Uitto

Interactions between wild-type and mutant prion proteins modulate
neurodegeneration in transgenic mice 
     Glenn C. Telling, Takeshi Haga, Marilyn Torchia, Patrick Tremblay,
Stephen J. DeArmond, and Stanley B. Prusiner

Tst-1/Oct-6/SCIP regulates a unique step in peripheral myelination and is
required for normal respiration 
     John R. Bermingham Jr., Steven S. Scherer, Shawn O'Connell, Edgardo
Arroyo, Kristin A. Kalla, Frank L. Powell, and
     Michael G. Rosenfeld 1751 

Differential splicing-in of a proline-rich exon converts alphaNAC into a
muscle-specific transcription factor 
     Wagner V. Yotov and René St-Arnaud 1763 

grim, a novel cell death gene in Drosophila 
     Po Chen, William Nordstrom, Bridget Gish, and John M. Abrams 1773 

The Drosophila tamou gene, a component of the activating pathway of
extramacrochaetae expression, encodes a
protein homologous to mammalian cell-cell junction-associated protein ZO-1 
     Manabu Takahisa, Shin Togashi, Takao Suzuki, Mieko Kobayashi, Akiko
Murayama, Kanae Kondo, Tadashi Miyake,
     and Ryu Ueda 1783 

Evidence for silencing compartments within the yeast nucleus: a role for
telomere proximity and Sir protein
concentration in silencer-mediated repression 
     Laurent Maillet, Cécile Boscheron, Monica Gotta, Stéphane Marcand, Eric
Gilson, and Susan M. Gasser 1796 

Nuclear localization of the Arabidopsis APETALA3 and PISTILLATA homeotic
gene products depends on their
simultaneous expression 
     Brian McGonigle, Karim Bouhidel, and Vivian F. Irish 1812 

Cap-prevented recombination between terminal telomeric repeat arrays
(telomere CPR) maintains telomeres in
Kluyveromyces lactis lacking telomerase 
     Michael J. McEachern and Elizabeth H. Blackburn 1822 

Inactivation of the mouse Brca1 gene leads to failure in the morphogenesis
of the egg cylinder in early
postimplantation development 
     Chia-Yang Liu, Andrea Flesken-Nikitin, Shang Li, Yingying Zeng, and
Wen-Hwa Lee 1835 

Product News 1844 


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        January 1996 to the latest issue can be found on the
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