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Subject: LITE: TOC EMBO: 16 (22)
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 1997 09:36:42 MET
Organization: ioi.knaw.nl
Priority: normal

 The EMBO Journal, Volume 16, Issue 22,
 dated Nov 1997, is now available at:


A plain-text copy of the table of contents has been appended below.

The EMBO Journal
Current Table of Contents: Nov 15 1997;  16 (22)


 Kv2.1/Kv9.3, a novel ATP-dependent delayed-rectifier K+ channel in
 oxygen-sensitive pulmonary artery myocytes
        Amanda J. Patel, Michel Lazdunski, Eric Honore
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6615-6625

 Converting blood coagulation factor IXa into factor Xa: dramatic
 increase in amidolytic activity identifies important active site
        Karl-Peter Hopfner, Hans Brandstetter, Annette Karcher,
        Erhard Kopetzki, Robert Huber, Richard A. Engh, Wolfram
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6626-6635

 Signal peptide fragments of preprolactin and HIV-1 p-gp160 interact
 with calmodulin
        Bruno Martoglio, Roland Graf, Bernhard Dobberstein
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6636-6645

 The crystal structure of a phosphorylase kinase peptide substrate
 complex: kinase substrate recognition
        E.D. Lowe, M.E.M. Noble, V.T. Skamnaki, N.G. Oikonomakos,
        D.J. Owen, L.N. Johnson
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6646-6658

 Solution structure of the transforming growth factor beta -binding
 protein-like module, a domain associated with matrix fibrils
        Xuemei Yuan, A.Kristina Downing, Vroni Knott, Penny A.
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6659-6666

 Parasite and mammalian GPI biosynthetic pathways can be
 distinguished using synthetic substrate analogues
        Terry K. Smith, Deepak K. Sharma, Arthur Crossman,
        Alexander Dix, John S. Brimacombe, Michael A.J. Ferguson
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6667-6675

 Domain structure and intramolecular regulation of dynamin GTPase
        Amy B. Muhlberg, Dale E. Warnock, Sandra L. Schmid
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6676-6683

 Several cooperating binding sites mediate the interaction of a
 lysosomal enzyme with phosphotransferase
        Ritva Tikkanen, Minna Peltola, Carita Oinonen, Juha
        Rouvinen, Leena Peltonen
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6684-6693

 The C-propeptide domain of procollagen can be replaced with a
 transmembrane domain without affecting trimer formation or collagen
 triple helix folding during biosynthesis
        Neil J. Bulleid, Jane A. Dalley, Janice F. Lees
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6694-6701

 Assembly of human prolyl 4-hydroxylase and type III collagen in the
 yeast Pichia pastoris: formation of a stable enzyme tetramer
 requires coexpression with collagen and assembly of a stable
 collagen requires coexpression with prolyl 4-hydroxylase
        Annamari Vuorela, Johanna Myllyharju, Ritva Nissi, Taina
        Pihlajaniemi, Kari I. Kivirikko
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6702-6712

 Disruption of the plastid ycf10 open reading frame affects uptake of
 inorganic carbon in the chloroplast of Chlamydomonas
        Norbert Rolland, Albert-Jean Dorne, Gabi Amoroso, Dieter
        F. Sultemeyer, Jacques Joyard, Jean-David Rochaix
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6713-6726

 Active unfolding of precursor proteins during mitochondrial protein
        Andreas Matouschek, Abdussalam Azem, Kevin Ratliff,
        Benjamin S. Glick, Karl Schmid, Gottfried Schatz
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6727-6736

 Agonists induce conformational changes in transmembrane domains III
 and VI of the beta 2 adrenoceptor
        Ulrik Gether, Sansan Lin, Pejman Ghanouni, Juan A.
        Ballesteros, Harel Weinstein, Brian K. Kobilka
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6737-6747

 Stimulation of gene induction and cell growth by the Ras effector
        Rob M.F. Wolthuis, Nancy D. de Ruiter, Robbert H. Cool,
        Johannes L. Bos
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6748-6761

 The DBP gene is expressed according to a circadian rhythm in the
 suprachiasmatic nucleus and influences circadian behavior
        Luis Lopez-Molina, Francois Conquet, Michel
        Dubois-Dauphin, Ueli Schibler
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6762-6771

 Catalytic activity of the yeast SWI/SNF complex on reconstituted
 nucleosome arrays
        Colin Logie, Craig L. Peterson
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6772-6782

 Nuclear import of U snRNPs requires importin beta
        Isabel Palacios, Martin Hetzer, Stephen A. Adam, Iain W.
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6783-6792

 Alternatively spliced insertions in the paired domain restrict the
 DNA sequence specificity of Pax6 and Pax8
        Zbynek Kozmik, Thomas Czerny, Meinrad Busslinger
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6793-6803

 Both RNA editing and RNA cleavage are required for translation of
 tobacco chloroplast ndhD mRNA: a possible regulatory mechanism for
 the expression of a chloroplast operon consisting of functionally
 unrelated genes
        Tetsuro Hirose, Masahiro Sugiura
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6804-6811

 Identification of partners of TIF34, a component of the yeast eIF3
 complex, required for cell proliferation and translation initiation
        Marie-Helene Verlhac, Ruey-Hwa Chen, Parisa Hanachi, John
        W.B. Hershey, Rik Derynck
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6812-6822

 Avoiding self: two Tn7-encoded proteins mediate target immunity in
 Tn7 transposition
        Anne E. Stellwagen, Nancy L. Craig
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6823-6834

 Group II intron endonucleases use both RNA and protein subunits for
 recognition of specific sequences in double-stranded DNA
        Huatao Guo, Steven Zimmerly, Philip S. Perlman, Alan M.
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6835-6848

 Critical contacts between HIV-1 integrase and viral DNA identified
 by structure-based analysis and photo-crosslinking
        Timothy M. Jenkins, Dominic Esposito, Alan Engelman,
        Robert Craigie
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6849-6859

 The transactivation region of the Fis protein that controls
 site-specific DNA inversion contains extended mobile beta -hairpin
        Martin K. Safo, Wei-Zen Yang, Leah Corselli, Sarah E.
        Cramton, Hanna S. Yuan, Reid C. Johnson
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6860-6873

 Double-strand break repair by Ku70 requires heterodimerization with
 Ku80 and DNA binding functions
        Shengfang Jin, David T. Weaver
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6874-6885

 The phi X174-type primosome promotes replisome assembly at the site
 of recombination in bacteriophage Mu transposition
        Jessica M. Jones, Hiroshi Nakai
        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6886-6895


 Corrigenda for vol. 16, p. 2565

        EMBO J. 1997 16 (22): p. 6896

Copyright (c) 1997 by Oxford University Press.
Dr. Arthur A.B. Bergen
Department of Ophthalmogenetics
The Netherlands Ophthalmic Research Institute (IOI)
Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands (KNAW)

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