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CGC BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES October 1994 - January 1995

Theresa Stiernagle and Bob Herman

University of Minnesota, 1445 Gortner Avenue, St. Paul, MN  55108

2017  Lewis E;Sebastiano M;Nola M;Zei F;Lassandro F;Ristoratore F;Cermola
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2018  Savage C;Xue YZ;Mitani S;Hall D;Zakhary R;Chalfie M
            Mutations in the Caenorhabditis elegans B-tubulin gene mec-7: 
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                         Journal of Cell Science 107: 2165-2175 1994     

2019   Fire A
            A four-dimensional digital image archiving system for cell   
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2020   Barnes TM
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2021   Greenstein D;Hird S;Plasterk RHA;Andachi Y;Kohara Y;Wang B;Finney 
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            Targeted mutations in the Caenorhabditis elegans POU homeo box 
            gene ceh-18 cause defects in oocyte cell cycle arrest, gonad 
            migration, and epidermal differentiation.
                         Genes & Development 8: 1935-1948 1994  ARTICLE

2022   Lim WA;Fox RO;Richards FM
            Stability and peptide binding affinity of an SH3 domain from 
            the Caenorhabditis elegans signaling protein SEM-5.
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2023   McKim KS;Rose AM
            Spontaneous duplication loss and breakage in Caenorhabditis  
                         Genome 37: 595-606 1994  ARTICLE

2024   Marra MA;Baillie DL
            Recovery of duplications by drug resistance selection in     
            Caenorhabditis elegans.
                         Genome 37: 701-705 1994  ARTICLE

2025   Labouesse M;Sookhare S;Horvitz HR
            The Caenorhabditis elegans gene lin-26 is required to specify 
            the fates of hypodermal cells and encodes a presumptive      
            zinc-finger transcription factor.
                         Development 120: 2359-2368 1994  ARTICLE

2026   Chow KL;Emmons SW
            HOM-C/Hox genes and four interacting loci determine the      
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            nematode male tail.
                         Development 120: 2579-2592 1994  ARTICLE

2027   Rohrer SP;Jacobson EB:Hayes EC;Birzin ET;Schaeffer JM
            Immunoaffinity purification of avermectin-binding proteins   
            from the free-living nematode Caenorhabditis
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2028   Runswick MJ;Phillipi A; Lauria G;Walker JE
            Extension of the mitochondrial transporter superfamily:      
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2029   Park SM;Koo HS
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2030   van der Keyl H;Kim H;Espey R;Oke CV;Edwards MK
           Caenorhabditis elegans sqt-3 mutants have mutations in the    
           col-1 collagen gene.
                         Developmental Dynamics 201: 86-94 1994  ARTICLE

2031   Bargmann CI
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2032   Bazzicalupo P;Hilliard M;Lewis E;De Riso L;Sebastiano M;Ristoratore 
           Neurons and genes involved in chemical sensitivity in         
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2033   Vowels JJ;Thomas JH
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2034   Perry MD;Trent C;Robertson B;Chamblin C; Wood WB
           Sequenced alleles of the Caenorhabditis elegans sex-determining 
           gene her-1 include a novel class of conditional promoter      
                         Genetics 138: 317-327 1994  ARTICLE

2035   Goetinck S;Waterston RH
           The Caenorhabditis elegans UNC-87 protein is essential for    
           maintenance, but not assembly, of bodywall muscle.
                         Journal of Cell Biology 127: 71-78 1994  ARTICLE

2036   Goetinck S;Waterston RH
           The Caenorhabditis elegans muscle-affecting gene unc-87 encodes 
           a novel thin filament-associated protein.
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2037   Morgan PG;Sedensky MM
           Mutations conferring new patterns of sensitivity to volatile  
           anesthetics in Caenorhabditis elegans.
                         Anesthesiology 81: 888-898 1994  ARTICLE

2038   Hengartner MO;Horvitz HR
           The ins and outs of programmed cell death during C. elegans   
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                         of London Series B - Biological Sciences 345:   
                         243-246 1994  REVIEW

2039   Tuck S;Greenwald I
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2040   Bucher EA;Seydoux G
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2041   Blackwell TK;Bowerman B;Priess JR;Weintraub H
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2042   Kimble J
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2043   Chamberlin HM;Sternberg PW
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2044   Seydoux G;Fire A
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           in Caenorhabditis elegans.
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2045   Crittenden SL;Troemel ER;Evans TC;Kimble J
           GLP-1 is localized to the mitotic region of the C. elegans germ 
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2046   Henderson ST;Gao D;Lambie EJ;Kimble J
            lag-2 may encode a signaling ligand for the GLP-1 and LIN-12 
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2047   Granato M;Schnabel H;Schnabel R
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                         Development 120: 3005-3017 1994  ARTICLE

2048   Mango SE;Lambie EJ;Kimble J
            The pha-4 gene is required to generate the pharyngeal        
            primordium of Caenorhabditis elegans.
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2049   Cully DF;Vassilatis DK;Liu KK;Paress PS;Van der Ploeg LHT;Schaeffer 
       JM;Arena JP
            Cloning of an avermectin-sensitive glutamate-gated chloride  
            channel from Caenorhabditis elegans.
                         Nature 371: 707-711 1994  ARTICLE

2050   Ogura K;Wicky C;Magnenat L;Tobler H;Mori I;Muller F;Ohshima Y
            Caenorhabditis elegans unc-51 gene required for axonal       
            elongation encodes a novel serine/threonine kinase.
                         Genes & Development 8: 2389-2400 1994  ARTICLE

2051   van Luenen HGAM;Colloms SD;Plasterk RHA
            The mechanism of transposition of Tc3 in C. elegans.
                         Cell 79: 293-301 1994  ARTICLE

2052   Wang WF;Shakes DC
            Isolation and sequence analysis of a Caenorhabditis elegans  
            cDNA which encodes a 14-3-3 homologue.
                         Gene 147: 215-218 1994  ARTICLE

2053   Sedensky MM;Cascorbi HF;Meinwald J;Radford P;Morgan PG
            Genetic differences affecting the potency of stereoisomers of 
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2054   Rose AM;Edgley ML;Baillie DL
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2055   Vaupel J;Johnson TE;Lithgow G;Curtsinger J;Fukui H;Xiu L;Khazaeli 
       A;Pletcher S;Wang J;Muller H;Capra WB;Carey J
            Rates of mortality in populations of Caenorhabditis elegans.
                         Science 266: 826-828 1994  REVIEW

2056   Nelson GA;Schubert WW;Kazarians GA;Richards DG;Benton EV;Benton   
       ER;Henke R
            Nematode radiobiology and development in space.  Results from 
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2057   Kugawa F;Yamamoto H;Osada S;Aoki M;Imagawa M;Nishihara T
            Metallothionein genes in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans 
            and metal inducibility in mammalian culture cells.
                         Biomedical and Environmental Sciences 7: 222-231 
                         1994  ARTICLE

2058   Tax FE;Thomas JH
            Cell cell interactions:  Receiving signals in the nematode   
                         Current Biology 4: 914-916 1994  REVIEW

2059   Sutherlin ME;Emmons SW
            Selective lineage specification by mab-19 during             
            Caenorhabditis elegans male peripheral sense organ
                         Genetics 138: 675-688 1994  ARTICLE

2060   LaMunyon CW;Ward S
            Assessing the viability of mutant and manipulated sperm by   
            artificial insemination of Caenorhabditis elegans.
                         Genetics 138: 689-692 1994  ARTICLE

2061   Chuang P-T;Albertson DG;Meyer BJ
           DPY-27: A chromosome condensation protein homolog that        
           regulates C. elegans dosage compensation through association  
           with the X chromosome.
                         Cell 79: 459-474 1994  ARTICLE

2062   Lithgow GJ;White TM;Hinerfeld DA;Johnson TE
           Thermotolerance of a long-lived mutant of Caenorhabditis      
                         Journal of Gerontology 49: B270-B276 1994       

2063   Curtis D
           Translational repression as a conserved mechanism for the     
           regulation of embryonic polarity.
                         Bioessays 16: 709-711 1994  REVIEW

2064   Eddy SR
           The Caenorhabditis elegans genome project.
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2065   Abad P
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2066   Chen W;Lim L
           The Caenorhabditis elegans small GTP-binding protein RhoA is  
           enriched in the nerve ring and sensory neurons during larval  
                         Journal of Biological Chemistry 269: 32394-32404 
                         1994  ARTICLE

2067   Wolstenholme DR;Okimoto R;Macfarlane JL
           Nucleotide correlations that suggest tertiary interactions in 
           the TV-replacement loop-containing mitochondrial
           tRNAs of the nematodes, Caenorhabditis elegans and Ascaris    
                         Nucleic Acids Research 22: 4300-4306 1994       

2068   La Volpe A
           A repetitive DNA family, conserved throughout the evolution of 
           free-living nematodes.
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2069   Veijola J;Koivunen P;Annunen P;Pihlajaniemi T;Kivirikko KI
           Cloning, baculovirus expression, and characterization of the  
           alpha-subunit of prolyl 4-hydroxylase from the nematode       
           Caenorhabditis elegans.
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2070   Jantsch-Plunger V;Fire A
           Combinatorial structure of a body muscle-specific             
           transcriptional enhancer in Caenorhabditis elegans.
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2071   Kuwabara PE;Shah S
           Cloning by synteny: identifying C. briggsae homologues of C.  
           elegans genes.
                         Nucleic Acids Research 22: 4414-4418 1994       

2072   Zorio DAR;Cheng NSN;Blumenthal T;Spieth J
           Operons as a common form of chromosomal organization in C.    
                         Nature 372: 270-272 1994  ARTICLE

2073   Krause M;Harrison SW;Xu SQ;Chen LS
           Elements regulating cell- and stage-specific expression of the 
           C. elegans myoD family homolog hlh-1.
                         Developmental Biology 166: 133-148 1994  ARTICLE

2074   Akerib CC;Meyer BJ
           Identification of X chromosome regions in Caenorhabditis      
           elegans that contain sex-determination signal
                         Genetics 138: 1105-1125 1994  ARTICLE

2075   Eckenhoff RG;Yang BJ
           Absence of pressure antagonism of ethanol narcosis in C.      
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2076   Hirsh D
            Molecular Genetics - Operons in eukaryotes follow the spliced 
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2077   Spikes DA;Kramer J;Bingham PM;Van Doren K
            SWAP pre-mRNA splicing regulators are a novel, ancient protein 
            family sharing a highly conserved sequence motif with the    
            prp21 family of constitutive splicing proteins.
                         Nucleic Acids Research 22: 4510-4519 1994       

2078   Lim WA;Richards FM; Fox RO
            Structural determinants of peptide-binding orientation and of 
            sequence specificity in SH3 domains.
                         Nature 372: 375-379 1994  ARTICLE

2079   von Ehrenstein G;Sulston JE;Schierenberg E;Laufer JS;Cole T
            Embryonic cell lineages and segregation of developmental     
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2080   Schierenberg E
            Laser-induced cell fusion.
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2081   Okimoto R;Macfarlan JL;Wolstenholme DR
            The mitochondrial rRNA genes of the nematodes Caenorhabditis 
            elegans and Ascaris suum -Consensus secondary-structure models 
            and conserved nucleotide sets for phylogenetic analysis.
                         Journal of Molecular Evolution 39: 589-613 1994 

2082   Jin YS;Hoskins R;Horvitz HR
            Control of type-D GABAergic neuron differentiation by C.     
            elegans UNC-30 homeodomain protein.
                         Nature 372: 780-783 1994  ARTICLE

2083   Moskowitz IPG;Gendreau SB;Rothman JH
            Combinatorial specification of blastomere identity by        
            glp-1-dependent cellular interactions in the nematode
            Caenorhabditis elegans.
                         Development 120: 3328-3338 1994  ARTICLE

2084   Tsoi SCM;Li SSL
            The nucleotide and deduced amino-acid sequences of a cDNA    
            encoding lactate dehydrogenase from Caenorhabditis elegans - 
            The evolutionary relationships of lactate dehydrogenases from 
            mammals, birds, amphibian, fish, nematode, plants, bacteria, 
            mycoplasma, and plasmodium.
                         Biochemical and Biophysical Research            
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2085   Sonnhammer EL;Durbin R
            A workbench for large-scale sequence homology analysis.
                         Comput Appl Biosci 10: 301-307 1994  ARTICLE

2086   Rogalski TM;Gilchrist EJ;Mullen GP;Moerman DG
            Mutations in the unc-52 gene responsible for body wall muscle 
            defects in adult Caenorhabditis elegans are located in       
            alternatively spliced exons.
                         Genetics 139: 159-169 1995  ARTICLE

2087   Starich TA;Herman RK;Kari CK;Yeh W-H;Schackwitz WS;Schuyler       
       MW;Collet J;Thomas JH;Riddle DL
            Mutations affecting the chemosensory neurons of Caenorhabditis 
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2088   Schierenberg E
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2089   Mendel J;Simon MI;Sternberg PW
            Molecular genetics of G protein alpha subunit genes in C.    
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2090   Sengupta P;Colbert HA;Bargmann CI
            The C. elegans gene odr-7 encodes an olfactory-specific member 
            of the nuclear receptor superfamily.
                         Cell 79: 971-980 1994  ARTICLE