Worm Breeder's Gazette 14(1): 7 (October 1, 1995)

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CGC Bibliographic References
February - September 1995

CGC #2091
Broster BS;Rankin CH
Effects of changing interstimulus interval during habituation in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Behavioral Neuroscience 108: 1019-1029 1994

CGC #2092
Way JC;Wang L;Run JQ;Hung MS
Cell polarity and the mechanism of asymmetric cell division.
BioEssays 16: 925-931 1994

CGC #2093
Kramer JM
Genetic analysis of extracellular matrix in C. elegans.
Annual Review of Genetics 28: 95-116 1994

CGC #2094
Zhao C;Emmons SW
A transcription factor controlling development of peripheral sense organs
in C. elegans.
Nature 373: 74-78 1995

CGC #2095
Wilkinson HA;Fitzgerald K;Greenwald I
Reciprocal changes in expression of the receptor lin-12 and its ligand
lag-2 prior to commitment in a C. elegans cell fate decision.
Cell 79: 1187-1198 1994

CGC #2096
De Georgi C;Sialer MF;Lamberti F
Formalin-induced infidelity in PCR-amplified DNA fragments.
Molecular and Cellular Probes 8: 459-462 1994

CGC #2097
Mori H;Palmer RE;Sternberg PW
The identification of a Caenorhabditis elegans homolog of p34(cdc2)
Molecular & General Genetics 245: 781-786 1994

CGC #2098
Lambie EJ
Nematode development: Variations on a vulval theme.
Current Biology 4: 1128-1130 1994

CGC #2099
Jansson HB
Adhesion of conidia of Drechmeria coniospora to Caenorhabditis elegans
wild type and mutants.
Journal of Nematology 26: 430-435 1994

CGC #2100
Vos JC;Plasterk RHA
Tc1 transposase of Caenorhabditis elegans is an endonuclease with a
bipartite DNA binding domain.
EMBO Journal 13: 6125-6132 1994

CGC #2101
Stern MJ;DeVore DL
Extending and connecting signaling pathways in C. elegans.
Developmental Biology 166: 443-459 1994

CGC #2102
Gendreau SB;Moskowitz IPG;Terns RM;Rothman JH
The potential to differentiate epidermis is unequally distributed in the
AB lineage during early embryonic development in C. elegans.
Developmental Biology 166: 770-781 1994

CGC #2103
Kostrouch Z;Kostrouchova M;Rall JE
Steroid/thyroid hormone receptor genes in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 92: 156-159 1994

CGC #2104
Hodgkin J;Zellan JD;Albertson DG
Identification of a candidate primary sex determination locus, fox-1, on
the X chromosome of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 120: 3681-3689 1994

CGC #2105
Stadler M;Dagne E;Anke H
Nematicidal activities of two phytoalexins from Taverniera abyssinica.
Planta Medica 60: 550-552 1994

CGC #2106
Newman AP;White JG;Sternberg PW
The Caenorhabditis elegans lin-12 gene mediates induction of ventral
uterine specialization by the anchor cell.
Development 121: 263-271 1995

CGC #2107
Rhind NE;Miller LM;Kopczynski JB;Meyer BJ
xol-1 acts as an early switch in the C. elegans male/hermaphrodite
Cell 80: 71-82 1995

CGC #2108
Zetka M;Rose A
The genetics of meiosis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Trends in Genetics 11: 27-31 1995

CGC #2109
Liu KS;Sternberg PW
Sensory regulation of male mating behavior in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Neuron 14: 79-89 1995

CGC #2110
Talesa V;Culetto E;Schirru N;Bernardi H;Fedon Y;Toutant J-P;Arpagaus M
Characterization of a null mutation in ace-1, the gene encoding class A
acetylcholinesterase in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
FEBS Letter 357: 265-268 1995

CGC #2111
Cheng NN;Kirby CM;Kemphues KJ
Control of cleavage spindle orientation in Caenorhabditis elegans: the
role of the genes par-2 and par-3.
Genetics 139: 549-559 1995

CGC #2112
Ellis RE;Kimble J
The fog-3 gene and regulation of cell fate in the germ line of
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 139: 561-577 1995

CGC #2113
Francis R;Barton MK;Kimble J;Schedl T
gld-1, a tumor suppressor gene required for oocyte development in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 139: 579-606 1995

CGC #2114
Francis R;Maine E;Schedl T
Analysis of the multiple roles of gld-1 in germline development:
interactions with the sex-determination cascade and the glp-1 signaling
Genetics 139: 607-630 1995

CGC #2115
Colloms SD;van Luenen HGAM;Plasterk RHA
DNA binding activities of the Caenorhabditis elegans Tc3 transposase.
Nucleic Acids Research 22: 5548-5554 1994

CGC #2116
Kuramochi T;Hirawake H;Kojima S;Takamiya S;Furushima R;Aoki T;Komuniecki
R;Kita K
Sequence comparison between the flavoprotein subunit of the fumarate
reductase (complex II) of the anaerobic parasitic nematode, Ascaris suum
and the succinate dehydrogenase of the
Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 68: 177-187 1994

CGC #2117
Britten RJ
Active gypsy/Ty3 retrotransposons or retroviruses in Caenorhabditis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 92: 599-601 1995

CGC #2118
Wilkins AS
Moving up the hierarchy: A hypothesis on the evolution of a genetic sex
determination pathway.
BioEssays 17: 71-77 1995

CGC #2119
Ting SJY
A binary model of repetitive DNA sequence in Caenorhabditis elegans.
DNA and Cell Biology 14: 83-85 1995

CGC #2120
Donkin SG;Dusenbery DB
Using the Caenorhabditis elegans soil toxicity test to identify factors
affecting toxicity of four metal ions in intact soil.
Water Air and Soil Pollution 78: 359-373 1994

CGC #2121
de Bono M;Zarkower D;Hodgkin J
Dominant feminizing mutations implicate protein-protein interactions as
the main mode of regulation of the nematode sex-determining gene tra-1.
Genes & Development 9: 155-167 1995

CGC #2122
Darr D;Fridovich I
Adaptation to oxidative stress in young, but not mature or old,
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 18: 195-201 1995

CGC #2123
Sommer RJ;Carta LK;Sternberg PW
The evolution of cell lineage in nematodes.
Development Supplement : 85-95 1994

CGC #2124
Sommer RJ;Sternberg PW
Evolution of cell lineage and pattern formation in the vulval equivalence
group of Rhabditid nematodes.
Developmental Biology 167: 61-74 1995

CGC #2125
Tuck S;Greenwald I
lin-25, a gene required for vulval induction in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genes & Development 9: 341-357 1995

CGC #2126
Kayne PS;Sternberg PW
Ras pathways in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 5: 38-43 1995

CGC #2127
Wong A;Boutis P;Hekimi S
Mutations in the clk-1 gene of Caenorhabditis elegans affect developmental
and behavioral timing.
Genetics 139: 1247-1259 1995

CGC #2128
Shreffler W;Margardino T;Shekdar K;Wolinsky E
The unc-8 and sup-40 genes regulate ion channel function in Caenorhabditis
elegans motorneurons.
Genetics 139: 1261-1272 1995

CGC #2129
Radice AD;Bugaj B;Fitch DHA;Emmons SW
Widespread occurrence of the Tc1 transposon family:  Tc1-like transposons
from teleost fish.
Molecular & General Genetics 244: 606-612 1994

CGC #2130
Hodgkin J
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Trends In Genetics: Genetic Nomenclature Guide : 24-25 1995

CGC #2131
Hodgkin J
Epigenetics and the maintenance of gene activity states in Caenorhabditis
Developmental Genetics 15: 471-477 1994

CGC #2132
Agulnik SI;Bollag RJ;Silver LM
Conservation of the T-box gene family from Mus musculus to Caenorhabditis
Genomics 25: 214-219 1995

CGC #2133
Fitch DHA;Bugaj-Gaweda B;Emmons SW
18S Ribosomal RNA gene phylogeny for some Rhabditidae related to
Molecular Biology and Evolution 12: 346-358 1995

CGC #2134
Walthall WW;Plunkett JA
Genetic transformation of the synaptic pattern of a motoneuron class in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Neuroscience 15: 1035-1043 1995

CGC #2135
De Rosi L;Ristoratore F;Sebastiano M;Bazzicalupo P
Amphid defective mutant of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetica 94: 195-202 1994

CGC #2136
Aspbury RA;Fisher MJ;Rees HH
Lipid modification of signal-transducing polypeptides in the free-living
nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Biochemical Society Transactions 23: S3 1995

CGC #2137
Kwa MSG;Veenstra JG;Van Dijk W;Roos MH
Beta-tubulin genes from the parasitic nematode Haemonchus contortus
modulate drug-resistance in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Molecular Biology 246: 500-510 1995

CGC #2138
Duggan A;Chalfie M
Control of neuronal development in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Opinion in Neurology 5: 6-9 1995

CGC #2139
Krause M
MyoD and myogenesis in C. elegans.
BioEssays 17: 219-228 1995

CGC #2140
Marx J
Getting a grip on G protein function in C. elegans.
Science 267: 1596-1597 1995

CGC #2141
Segalat L;Elkes DA;Kaplan JM
Modulation of serotonin-controlled behaviors by G(o) in Caenorhabditis
Science 267: 1648-1651 1995

CGC #2142
Mendel JE;Korswagen HC;Liu KS;Hajdu-Cronin YM;Simon MI;Plasterk
RHA;Sternberg PW
Participation of the protein Go in multiple aspects of behavior in C.
Science 267: 1652-1655 1995

CGC #2143
Roberts TM;Stewart M
Nematode sperm locomotion.
Current Opinion in Cell Biology 7: 13-17 1995

CGC #2144
Galas S
A model in molecular-genetic of development: The nematode Caenorhabditis
Bulletin de la Societe Zoologique de France-Evolution et Zoologie 119:
297-308 1995

CGC #2145
Wicks SR;Rankin CH
Integration of mechanosensory stimuli in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Neuroscience 15: 2434-2444 1995

CGC #2146
Yuan J
Molecular control of life and death.
Current Opinion in Cell Biology 7: 211-214 1995

CGC #2147
Guven K;Duce JA;de Pomerai DI
Calcium moderation of cadmium stress explored using a stress-inducible
transgenic strain of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology-C: Comparative Pharmacology &
Toxicology 110: 61-70 1995

CGC #2148
Jongeward GD;Clandinin TR;Sternberg PW
sli-1, a negative regulator of let-23-mediated signaling in C. elegans.
Genetics 139: 1553-1566 1995

CGC #2149
Larsen PL;Albert PS;Riddle DL
Genes that regulate both development and longevity in Caenorhabditis
Genetics 139: 1567-1583 1995

CGC #2150
Wu Y;Han M;Guan K-L
MEK-2, a Caenorhabditis elegans MAP kinase kinase, functions in
Ras-mediated vulval induction and other developmental events.
Genes & Development 9: 724-755 1995

CGC #2151
Kornfeld K;Guan K-L;Horvitz HR
The Caenorhabditis elegans gene mek-2 is required for vulval induction and
encodes a protein similar to the protein kinase MEK.
Genes & Development 9: 756-768 1995

CGC #2152
Bessho K;Yamada S;Kunitani T;Nakamura T;Hashiguchi T;Tanimoto Y;Harada
S;Yamamoto H;Hosono R
Biological responses in Caenorhabditis elegans to high magnetic fields.
Experientia 51: 284-288 1995

CGC #2153
Blumenthal T
Transsplicing and polycistronic transcription in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Trends in Genetics 11: 132-136 1995

CGC #2154
Tabish M;Siddiqui ZK;Nishikawa K;Siddiqui SS
Exclusive expression of C. elegans osm-3 kinesin gene in chemosensory
neurons open to the external environment.
Journal of Molecular Biology 247: 377-389 1995

CGC #2155
Rose LS;Lamb ML;Hird SN;Kemphues KJ
Pseudocleavage is dispensable for polarity and development in C. elegans
Developmental Biology 168: 479-489 1995

CGC #2156
Goldstein B
An analysis of the response to gut induction in the C. elegans embryo.
Development 121: 1227-1236 1995

CGC #2157
Borgonie G;Claeys M;De Waele D;Coomans A
In vivo and in vitro characterization of the intestine of fifteen
bacteriophagous nematodes (Nematoda: Rhabditia).
Fundamental and Applied Nematology 18: 115-122 1995

CGC #2158
Borgonie G;Claeys M;De Waele D;Coomans A
Ultrastructure of the intestine of the bacteriophagous nematodes
Caenorhabditis elegans, Panagrolaimus superbus and Acrobeloides maximus
(Nematoda: Rhabditida).
Fundamental and Applied Nematology 18: 123-133 1995

CGC #2159
Walthall WW
Repeating patterns of motoneurons in nematodes: The origin of
"The Nervous Systems of Invertebrates: An Evolutionary Approach."
Breidbach, O. and W. Kutsch (eds), Birkhauser Verlag, Basel, Switzerland.
: 61-75 1995

CGC #2160
Thacker C;Peters K;Srayko M;Rose AM
The bli-4 locus of Caenorhabditis elegans encodes structurally distinct
kex2/subtilisin-like endoproteases essential for early development and
adult morphology.
Genes & Development 9: 956-971 1995

CGC #2161
Hara M;Han M
Ras farnesyltransferase inhibitors suppress the phenotype resulting from
an inactivated Ras mutation in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 92: 3333-3337 1995

CGC #2162
Egilmez NK;Ebert RH;Reis RJS
Strain evolution in Caenorhabditis elegans: Transposable elements as
markers of interstrain evolutionary history.
Journal of Molecular Evolution 40: 372-381 1995

CGC #2163
Garcia-Anoveros J;Ma C;Chalfie M
Regulation of Caenorhabditis elegans degenerin proteins by a putative
extracellular domain.
Current Biology 5: 441-448 1995

CGC #2164
Arena JP;Liu KK;Paress PS;Frazier EG;Cully DF;Mrozik H;Schaeffer JM
The mechanism of action of avermectins in Caenorhabditis elegans:
Correlation between activation of glutamate-sensitive chloride current,
membrane binding, and biological activity.
Journal of Parasitology 81: 286-294 1995

CGC #2165
Chen H;Yim T;Fye D;Schatz B
Automatic thesaurus generation for an electronic community system.
Journal of the American Society for Information Science 46: 175-193 1995

CGC #2166
Colbert HA;Bargmann CI
Odorant-specific adaptation pathways generate olfactory plasticity in C.
Neuron 14: 803-812 1995

CGC #2167
Treinin M;Chalfie M
A mutated acetylcholine receptor subunit causes neuronal degeneration in
C. elegans.
Neuron 14: 871-877 1995

CGC #2168
Schafer WR;Kenyon CJ
A calcium-channel homologue required for adaptation to dopamine and
serotonin in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Nature 375: 73-78 1995

CGC #2169
Laughton DL;Wheeler SV;Lunt GG;Wolstenholme AJ
The beta-subunit of Caenorhabditis elegans avermectin receptor responds to
glycine and is encoded by chromosome I.
Journal of Neurochemistry 64: 2354-2357 1995

CGC #2170
Simske JS;Kim SK
Sequential signaling during Caenorhabditis elegans vulval induction.
Nature 375: 142-146 1995

CGC #2171
Kazanietz MG;Lewin NE;Bruns JD;Blumberg PM
Characterization of the cysteine-rich region of the Caenorhabditis elegans
protein Unc-13 as a high affinity phorbal ester receptor.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270: 10777-10783 1995

CGC #2172
Driscoll M
Methods for the study of cell death in the nematode C. elegans.
Methods in Cell Biology 46: 323-353 1995

CGC #2173
Driscoll M
Inherited neurodegeneration in C. elegans.
"Neurodegenerative Diseases", Jolles, G and Stultzmann, J.M. (eds),
Academic Press, London. : 3-22 1994

CGC #2174
Schwarzbauer JE;Mussetbi F;Ryan CS
Extracellular calcium-binding protein Sparc/Osteonectin in Caenorhabditis
Methods in Enzymology 245: 257-270 1995

CGC #2175
Leroux MR;Candido EPM
Molecular analysis of Caenorhabditis elegans tcp-1, a gene encoding a
chaperonin protein.
Gene 156: 241-246 1995

CGC #2176
Fukushige T;Yasuda H;Siddiqui SS
Selective expression of the tba-1 alpha tubulin gene in a set of
mechanosensory and motor neurons during the development of Caenorhabditis
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Gene Structure & Expression 1261: 401-406

CGC #2177
Goldstein B
Cell contacts orient some cell divisions axes in the Caenorhabditis
elegans embryo.
Journal of Cell Biology 129: 1071-1080 1995

CGC #2178
Otsuka AJ;Franco R;Yang B;Shim K-H;Tang LZ;Zhang YY:Boontrakulpoontawee
P;Jeyaprakash A;Hedgecock E;Wheaton VI;
An ankyrin-related gene (unc-44) is necessary for proper axonal guidance
in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Cell Biology 129: 1081-1092 1995

CGC #2179
Gettner SN;Kenyon C;Reichardt LF
Characterization of beta-pat-3 heterodimers, a family of essential
integrin receptors in C. elegans.
Journal of Cell Biology 129: 1127-1141 1995

CGC #2180
Broeks A;Janssen HWRM;Calafat J;Plasterk RHA
A P-glycoprotein protects Caenorhabditis elegans against natural toxins.
EMBO Journal 14: 1858-1866 1995

CGC #2181
Varkey JP;Muhlrad PJ;Minniti AN;Do B;Ward S
The Caenorhabditis elegans spe-26 gene is necessary to form spermatids and
encodes a protein similar to the actin-associated proteins kelch and
Genes & Development 9: 1074-1086 1995

CGC #2182
Clark DV;Suleman DS;Beckenbach KA;Gilchrist EJ;Baillie DL
Molecular cloning and characterization of the dpy-20 gene of
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Molecular & General Genetics 247: 367-378 1995

CGC #2183
Guven K;De Pomerai DI
Differential expression of hsp70 proteins in response to heat and cadmium
in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Thermal Biology 20: 355-363 1995

CGC #2184
Melov S;Lithgow GJ;Fischer DR;Tedesco PM:Johnson TE
Increased frequency of deletions in the mitochondrial genome with age of
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Nucleic Acids Research 23: 1419-1425 1995

CGC #2185
Waldmann R;Champigny G;Lazdunski M
Functional degenerin-containing chimeras identify residues essential for
amiloride-sensitive Na+ channel function.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270: 11735-11737 1995

CGC #2186
Svendsen PC;McGhee JD
The C. elegans neuronally expressed homeobox gene ceh-10 is closely
related to genes expressed in the vertebrate eye.
Development 121: 1253-1262 1995

CGC #2187
Hutter H;Schnabel R
Specificaton of anterior-posterior differences within the AB lineage in
the C. elegans embryo -  A polarising induction.
Development 121: 1559-1568 1995

CGC #2188
Ahringer J
Embryonic tissue differentiation in Caenorhabditis elegans requires dif-1,
a gene homologous to mitochondrial solute carriers.
EMBO Journal 14: 2307-2316 1995

CGC #2189
Guo S;Kemphues KJ
par-1, a gene required for establishing polarity in C. elegans embryos,
encodes a putative Ser/Thr kinase that is asymmetrically distributed.
Cell 81: 611-620 1995

CGC #2190
Bowerman B
Determinants of blastomere identity in the early C. elegans embryo.
BioEssays 17: 405-414 1995

CGC #2191
Van Etten RA;Debnath J;Zhou H;Casasnovas JM
Introduction of a loss-of-function point mutation from the SH3 region of
the Caenorhabditis elegans sem-5 gene activates the transforming ability
of c-Abl in vivo and abolishes bin
Oncogene 10: 1977-1988 1995

CGC #2192
Glasner JD;Kocher TD;Collins JJ
Caenorhabditis elegans contains genes encoding two new members of the
Zn-containing alcohol dehydrogenase family.
Journal of Molecular Evolution 41: 46-53 1995

CGC #2193
Hawkins MG:McGhee JD
elt-2, a second GATA factor from the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270: 4666-4671 1995

CGC #2194
Macrae M;Plasterk RHA;Coffino P
The ornithine decarboxylase gene of Caenorhabditis elegans: cloning,
mapping and mutagenesis.
Genetics 140: 517-525 1995

CGC #2195
Nguyen M;Alfonso A;Johnson CD;Rand JB
Caenorhabditis elegans mutants resistant to inhibitors of
Genetics 140: 527-535 1995

CGC #2196
Ishii N;Suzuki K
Oxygen sensitive mutants of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans and aging.
"Oxygen Stress and Tissue Damage", J. Feher (ed), Akademiai Kiado,
Budapest, Hungary. : 142-151 1994.

CGC #2197
Liu F;Thatcher JD;Barral JM;Epstein HF
Bifunctional glyoxylate cycle protein of Caenorhabditis elegans: A
developmentally regulated protein of intestine and muscle.
Developmental Biology 169: 399-414 1995

CGC #2198
Chitwood DJ;Lusby WR;Thompson MJ;Kochansky JP;Howarth OW
The glycosylceramides of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans contain an
unusual, branched-chain sphingoid base.
Lipids 30: 567-573 1995

CGC #2199
Hartman PS;Dewilde D;Dwarakanath VN
Genetic and molecular analyses of UV radiation-induced mutations in the
fem-3 gene of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Photochemistry and Photobiology 61: 607-614 1995

CGC #2200
Arevalo JI;Saz HJ;Nowak T;Larry JP
Glycerophosphorylcholine, a component of both Ascaris suum muscle and
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Parasitology 81: 335-340 1995

CGC #2201
Leyns F;Borgonie G;Arnaut G;De Waele D
Nematicidal activity of Bacillus thuringiensis isolates.
Fundamental and Applied Nematology 18: 211-218 1995

CGC #2202
Borgonie G;Claeys M;Vanfletteren J;De Waele D;Coomans A
Presence of peritrophic-like membranes in the intestine of three
bacteriophagous nematodes (Nematoda: Rhabditida).
Fundamental and Applied Nematology 18: 227-233 1995

CGC #2203
Maine EM;Lissemore JL;Starmer WT
A phylogenetic analysis of vertebrate and invertebrate Notch-related
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 4: 139-149 1995

CGC #2204
Schwartz LM;Osborne BA
Ced-3/ICE: Evolutionarily conserved regulation of cell death.
BioEssays 16: 387-389 1995

CGC #2205
Austin J;Kenyon C
Marking time with antisense.
Current Biology 4: 366-369 1994

CGC #2206
Kreutzer MA;Richards JP;De Silva-Udawatta MN;Temenak JJ;Knoblich JA;Lehner
CF;Bennett KL
Caenorhabditis elegans cyclin A- and B-type genes:  a cyclin A multigene
family, an ancestral cyclin B3 and differential germline expression.
Journal of Cell Science 108: 2415-2424 1995

CGC #2207
Jones AR;Schedl T
Mutations in gld-1, a female germ cell-specific tumor suppressor gene in
Caenorhabditis elegans, affect a conserved domain also found in
Src-associated protein Sam68.
Genes & Development 9: 1491-1504 1995

CGC #2208
Krause M; Weintraub H
CeMyoD expression and myogenesis in C. elegans.
Seminars in Developmental Biology 3: 277-285 1992

CGC #2209
Krause M;White Harrison S;Xu S-Q;Chen L;Fire A
Elements regulating cell- and stage-specific expression of the C. elegans
MyoD family homolog hlh-1.
Developmental Biology 166: 133-148 1994

CGC #2210
Schnabel R
Duels without obvious sense - Counteracting inductions involved in
body-wall muscle development in the Caenorhabditis elegans embryo.
Development 121: 2219-2232 1995

CGC #2211
Sternberg PW;Yoon CH;Lee J;Jongeward GD;Kayne PS;Katz WS;Lesa G;Liu
J;Golden A;Huang LS;Chamberlin HM
Molecular genetics of proto-oncogenes and candidate tumor suppressors in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 59: 155-163 1994

CGC #2212
Horvitz HR;Shaham S;Hengartner MO
The genetics of programmed cell death in the nematode Caenorhabditis
Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 59: 377-385 1994

CGC #2213
Muimo R;Isaac RE
Metabolism of 5-HT in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans: Identification
of a 5-HT N-acetyltransferase that is developmentally regulated.
Biochemical Society Transactions 21: 295S 1993

CGC #2214
Mori I;Ohshima Y
Neural regulation of thermotaxis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Nature 376: 344-348 1995

CGC #2215
Kenyon C
A perfect vulva every time: Gradients and signaling cascades in C.
Cell 82: 171-174 1995

CGC #2216
Katz WS;Hill RJ;Clandinin TR;Sternberg PW
Different levels of the C. elegans growth factor LIN-3 promote distinct
vulval precursor fates.
Cell 82: 297-307 1995

CGC #2217
Lithgow GJ;White TM;Melov S;Johnson TE
Thermotolerance and extended life-span conferred by single-gene mutations
and induced by thermal stress.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 92: 7540-7544 1995

CGC #2218
Favre R;Hermann R;Cermola M;Hohenberg H;Muller M;Bazzicalupo P
Immuno-gold-labelling of cut-1, cut-2 and cuticulin epitopes in
Caenorhabditis elegans and Heterorhabditis sp. processed by high pressure
freezing and freeze-substitution.
Journal of Submicroscopic Cytology & Pathology 27: 341-347 1995

CGC #2219
Maine EM
Cell-signaling events regulate vulval development in the nematode,
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Seminars in Developmental Biology 2: 295-304 1995

CGC #2220
Caldicott IM;Larsen PL;Riddle DL
Laboratory cultivation of Caenorhabditis elegans and other free-living
"Cell Biology: A Laboratory Handbook", Academic Press, Inc. : 389-397 1994

CGC #2221
Epstein HF;Isachsen MM:Suddleson EA
Kinetics of movement of normal and mutant nematodes.
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 110: 317-322 1976

CGC #2222
Liu Z;Kirch S;Ambros V
The Caenorhabditis elegans heterochronic gene pathway controls
stage-specific transcription of collagen genes.
Development 121: 2471-2478 1995

CGC #2223
Rougvie AE;Ambros V
The heterochronic gene lin-29 encodes a zinc finger protein that controls
a terminal differentiation event in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 121: 2491-2500 1995

CGC #2224
Church DL;Guan K-L;Lambie EJ
Three genes of the MAP kinase cascade, mek-2, mpk-1/sur-1 and let-60 ras,
are required for meiotic cell cycle progression in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 121: 2525-2535 1995

CGC #2225
Koga M;Ohshima Y
Mosaic analysis of the let-23 gene function in vulval induction of
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 121: 2655-2666 1995

CGC #2226
Fitch DA;Emmons SW
Variable cell positions and cell contacts underlie morphological evolution
of the rays in the male tails of nematodes related to Caenorhabditis
Developmental Biology 170: 564-582 1995

CGC #2227
Yoon CH;Lee J;Jongeward GD;Sternberg PW
Similarity of sli-1, a regulator of vulval development in C. elegans, to
the mammalian proto-oncogene c-cbl.
Science 269: 1102-1105 1995

CGC #2228
Chamberlin HM;Sternberg PW
Mutations in the Caenorhabditis elegans gene vab-3 reveal distinct roles
in fate specification and unequal cytokinesis in an asymmetric cell
Developmental Biology 170: 679-689 1995

CGC #2229
Nigon V
Polyploidie experimentale chez un nematode libre, Rhabditis elegans
Bulletin Biologique de la France et de la Belgique 95: 187-225 1951

CGC #2230
Abdul Kader N;Brun J
Isolation of sterile or lethal temperature-sensitive mutants in
Caenorhabditis elegans var. Bergerac.
Nematologica 22: 222-226 1976

CGC #2231
Cadet P;Dion M
Production of Caenorhabditis elegans mutants under the influence of
ethyl-methane-sulfonate (E.M.S.).
Nematologica 19: 117 1973

CGC #2232
Sano T;Tabuse Y;Nishiwaki K;Miwa J
The tpa-1 gene of Caenorhabditis elegans encodes two proteins similar to
Ca2+-independent protein kinase CS: evidence by complete genomic and
complementary DNA sequences of the tpa
Journal of Molecular Biology 251: 477-485 1995

CGC #2233
Lichtsteiner S;Tjian R
Synergistic activation of transcription by unc-86 and mec-3 in
Caenorhabditis elegans embryo extracts.
EMBO Journal 14: 3937-3945 1995

CGC #2234
Egan CR;Chung MA;Allen FL;Heschl MFP;Vanbuski CL;McGhee JD
A gut-to-pharynx tail switch in embryonic expression of the Caenorhabditis
elegans ges-1 gene centers on two GATA sequences.
Developmental Biology 170: 397-419 1995

CGC #2235
Zhang Y;Emmons SW
Specification of sense-organ identity by a Caenorhabditis elegans Pax-6
Nature 377: 55-59 1995

CGC #2236
Chisholm AD;Horvitz HR
Patterning of the Caenorhabditis elegans head region by the Pax-6 family
member vab-3.
Nature 377: 52-55 1995