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CGC BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES October 1996 - January 1997

Theresa Stiernagle, Bob Herman

University of Minnesota, 250 Biological Sciences Center, 1445 Gortner Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108-1095

2539 Hishida R;Ishihara T;Kondo K;Katsura I
     hch-1, a gene required for normal hatching and normal migration
     of a neuroblast in C. elegans, encodes a protein related to
     TOLLIOD and BMP-1.
            EMBO Journal 15: 4111-4112 1996  ARTICLE

2540 Newman AP;Sternberg PW
     Coordinated morphogenesis of epithelia during development of the
     Caenorhabditis elegnas uterine-vulva connection.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93:
            9329-9333 1996  ARTICLE

2541 Kobayashi H;Ishii N;Nagaoka S
     Bioprocessing in microgravity:  free flow electrophoresis of C.
     elegans DNA.
            Journal of Biotechnology 47: 367-376 1996  ARTICLE

2542 Hope IA;Albertson DG;Martinelli SD;Lynch AS;Sonnhammer E;Durbin R
     The C. elegans expression pattern database -  A beginning.
            Trends in Genetics 12: 370-371 1996  ARTICLE

2543 Sawa H;Lobel L;Horvitz HR
     The Caenorhabditis elegans gene lin-17, which is required for
     certain asymmetric cell divisions, encodes a putative
     seven-transmembrane protein similar to the Drosophila Frizzled
            Genes & Development 10: 2189-2197 1996  ARTICLE

2544 Chen W;Chen S;Yap SF;Lim L
     The Caenorhabditis elegans p21-activated kinase (CePAK)
     colocalizes with CeRac1 and CDC42Ce at hypodermal boundaries
     during embryonic elongation.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 271: 26362-26368 1996 

2545 Tomlinson MG;Wright MD
     A new transmembrane-4 superfamily molecule in the nematode,
     Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Molecular Evolution 43: 312-314 1996  REVIEW

2546 Radice AD;Lustigman S
     Cloning and characterization of cDNAs encoding putative glutamate
     transporters from Caenorhabditis elegans and Onchocerca volvulus.
            Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 80: 41-53 1996 

2547 Kaplan JM
     Sensory signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Current Opinion in Neurology 6: 494-499 1996  REVIEW

2548 Barnes TM;Hodgkin J
     The tra-3 sex determination gene of Caenorhabditis elegans
     encodes a member of the calpain regulatory protease family.
            EMBO Journal 15: 4477-4484 1996  ARTICLE

2549 Mannen H;Li SSL
     The lactate dehydrogenase gene from nematode Caenorhabditis
     elegans contains only 2 of 6 introns conserved in the
     protein-encoding sequence of LDH genes from bird and mammals.
            Biochemistry & Molecular Biology International 37:
            1057-1061 1996  ARTICLE

2550 Chin-Sang ID;Spence AM
     Caenorhabditis elegans sex-determining protein FEM-2 is a protein
     phosphatase that promotes male development and interacts directly
     with FEM-3.
            Genes & Development 10: 2314-2325 1996  ARTICLE

2551 Labouesse M;Hartwieg E;Horvitz HR
     The Caenorhabditis elegans LIN-26 protein is required to specify
     and/or maintain all non-neuornal ectodermal cell fates.
            Development 122: 2579-2588 1996  ARTICLE

2552 Sundaram M;Yochem J;Han M
     A Ras-mediated signal transduction pathway is involved in the
     control of sex myoblast migration in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Development 122: 2823-2833 1996  ARTICLE

2553 Borgonie G;Claeys M;Leyns F;Arnaut G;De Waele D;Coomans A
     Effect of nematicidal Bacillus thuringiensis strains on
     free-living nematodes. 2. Ultrastructural analysis of the
     intoxication process in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Fundamental & Applied Nematology 19: 407-414 1996 

2554 Van Voorhies WA
     Bergmann size clines: A simple explanation for their occurrence
     in ectotherms.
            Evolution 50: 1259-1264 1996  ARTICLE

2555 Suzuki N;Inokuma K;Yasuda K;Ishii N
     Cloning, sequencing and mapping of a manganese
     superoxidedismutase gene of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
            DNA Research 3: 171-174 1996  ARTICLE

2556 Kushibiki Y;Ishii N;Yanase S;Nakazawa H
     Molecular cloning of oxygen-inducible genes in Caenorhabditis
     elegans by RT-PCR differential display.
            Pathophysiology 3: 107-110 1996  ARTICLE

2557 Grauso M;Culetto E;Berge J-B;Toutant J-P;Arpagaus M
     Sequence comparison of ACE-1, the gene encoding
     acetylcholinesterase of class A, in the two nematodes
     Caenorhabditis elegans and Caenorhabditis briggsae.
            DNA Sequence 6: 217-227 1996  ARTICLE

2558 Benian GM;Tang X;Tinley TL
     Twitchin and related giant IG superfamily members of C. elegans
     and other invertebrates.
            Advanced Biophysics 33: 183-197 1996  REVIEW

2559 de Bono M;Hodgkin J
     Evolution of sex determination in Caenorhabditis: Unusually high
     divergence of tra-1 and its functional consequences.
            Genetics 144: 587-595 1996  ARTICLE

2560 Kuwabara PE
     Interspecies comparison reveals evolution of control regions in
     the nematode sex-determining gene tra-2.
            Genetics 144: 597-607 1996  ARTICLE

2561 Browning H;Berkowitz L;Madej C;Paulson JE;Zolan ME;Strome S
     Macrorestriction analysis of Caenorhabditis elegans genomic DNA.
            Genetics 144: 609-619 1996  ARTICLE

2562 Wang W;Shakes DC
     Molecular evolution of the 14-3-3 protein family.
            Journal of Molecular Evolution 43: 384-398 1996  ARTICLE

2563 Brownlee DJA;Fairweather I;Holden-Dye L;Walker RJ
     Nematode neuropeptides: Localization, isolation and functions.
            Parasitology Today 12: 343-389 1996  REVIEW

2564 Fukushige T;Schroeder DF;Allen FL;Goszczynski B;McGhee JD
     Modulation of gene expression in the embryonic digestive tract of
     C. elegans.
            Developmental Biology 178: 276-288 1996  ARTICLE

2565 Azzaria M;Goszczynski B;Chung MA;Kalb JM;McGhee JD
     A fork head/HNF-3 homolog expressed in the pharynx and intestine
     of the Caenorhabditis elegans embryo.
            Developmental Biology 178: 289-303 1996  ARTICLE

2566 Agostoni E;Albertson D;Wittmann C;Hill F;Tobler H;Muller F
     cec-1, a soma-specific chromobox-containing gene in C. elegans.
            Developmental Biology 178: 316-326 1996  ARTICLE

2567 Powell-Coffman JA;Knight J;Wood WB
     Onset of C. elegans gastrulation is blocked by inhibition of
     embryonic transcription with an RNA polymerase antisense RNA.
            Developmental Biology 178: 472-483 1996  ARTICLE

2568 Terrill WF;Dusenbery DB
     Threshold chemosensitivity and hypothetical chemoreceptor
     function of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Chemical Ecology 22: 1463-1475 1996  ARTICLE

2569 Ingham PW
     Has the quest for a Wnt receptor finally frizzled out?
            Trends in Genetics 12: 382-384 1996  REVIEW

2570 Crowder CM;Shebester LD;Schedl T
     Behavioral-effects of volatile anesthetics in Caenorhabditis
            Anesthesiology 85: 782-783 1996  ARTICLE

2571 Chan SS-Y;Zheng H;Su M-W;Wilk R;Killeen MT;Hedgecock EM;Culotti   
     UNC-40, a C. elegans homolog of DCC (deleted in colorectal
     cancer), is required in motile cells responding to UNC-6 netrin
            Cell 87: 187-195 1996  ARTICLE

2572 Draper BW;Mello CC;Bowerman B;Hardin J;Priess JR
     MEX-3 is a KH domain protein that regulates blastomere identity
     in early C. elegans embryos.
            Cell 87: 205-216 1996  ARTICLE

2573 Hunter CP;Kenyon C
     Spatial and temporal controls target pal-1
     blastomere-specification activity to a single blastomere lineage
     in C. elegans embryos.
            Cell 87: 217-226 1996  ARTICLE

2574 Bigot Y;Auge-Gouillou C;Periquet G
     Computer analyses reveal a hobo-like element in the nematode
     Caenorhabditis elegans, which presents a conserved transposase
     domain common with the Tc1-Mariner transposon family.
            Gene 174: 265-271 1996  ARTICLE

2575 Sassa T;Ogawa H;Kimoto M;Hosono R
     The synaptic protein UNC-18 is phosphorylated by protein kinase
            Neurochemistry International 29: 543-552 1996  ARTICLE

2576 Sommer RJ;Carta LK;Kim SY;Sternberg PW
     Morphological, genetic and molecular description of Pristionchus
     pacificus sp. n. (Nematoda: Neodiplogastridae).
            Fundamentals of Applied Nematology 19: 511-522 1996 

2577 Barinaga M
     Mutant mice and worms help solve mysteries of olfaction.
            Science 274: 500-501 1996  REVIEW

2578 Lithgow G
     Invertebrate gerontology: the age mutations of Caenorhabditis
            BioEssays 18: 809-815 1996  REVIEW

2579 Hamill OP;McBride DW
     A supramolecular complex underlying touch sensitivity.
            Trends in Neurosciences 19: 258-261 1996  REVIEW

2580 Seydoux G
     Mechanisms of translational control in early development.
            Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 6: 555-561
            1996  REVIEW

2581 Boyd L;Guo S;Levitan D;Stinchcomb DT;Kemphues KJ
     PAR-2 is asymmetrically distributed and promotes association of P
     granules and PAR-1 with the cortex in C. elegans embryos.
            Development 122: 3075-3084 1996  ARTICLE

2582 Harris J;Honigberg L;Robinson N;Kenyon C
     Neuronal cell migration in C. elegans: regulation of Hox gene
     expression and cell position.
            Development 122: 3117-3131 1996  ARTICLE

2583 Watts JL;Etemad-Moghadam B;Guo S;Boyd L;Draper BW;Mello CC;Priess 
       JR;Kemphues KJ
     par-6, a gene involved in the establishment of asymmetry in early
     C. elegans embryos, mediates the asymmetric localization of
            Development 122: 3133-3140 1996  ARTICLE

2584 Coburn CM;Bargmann CI
     A putative cyclic nucleotide-gated channel is required for
     sensory development and function in C. elegans.
            Neuron 17: 695-706 1996  ARTICLE

2585 Komatsu H;Mori I;Rhee J-S;Akaike N;Ohshima Y
     Mutations in a cyclic nucleotide-gated channel lead to abnormal
     thermosensation and chemosensation in C. elegans.
            Neuron 17: 707-718 1996  ARTICLE

2586 Schackwitz WS;Inoue T;Thomas JH
     Chemosensory neurons function in parallel to mediate a pheromone
     response in C. elegans.
            Neuron 17: 719-728 1996  ARTICLE

2587 Gengyo-Ando K;Kitayama H;Mukaida M;Ikawa Y
     A murine neural-specific homolog corrects cholinergic defects in
     Caenorhabditis elegans unc-18 mutants.
            Journal of Neuroscience 16: 6695-6702 1996  ARTICLE

2588 Hoppe PE;Waterston RH
     Hydrophobicity variations along the surface of the coiled-coil
     rod may mediate striated muscle myosin assembly in Caenorhabditis
            Journal of Cell Biology 135: 371-382 1996  ARTICLE

2589 Grenache DG;Caldicott I;Albert PS;Riddle DL;Politz SM
     Environmental induction and genetic control of surface antigen
     switching in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 93:
            12388-12393 1996  ARTICLE

2590 Miller KG;Alfonso A;Nguyen M;Crowell JA;Johnson CD;Rand JB
     A genetic selection for Caenorhabditis elegans synaptic
     transmission mutants.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 93:
            12593-12598 1996  ARTICLE

2591 Wicks SR;Rankin CH
     The integration of antagonistic reflexes revealed by laser
     ablation of identified neurons determines habituation kinetics of
     the Caenorhabditis elegans tap withdrawal response.
            Journal of Comparative Physiology A 170: 675-685 1996 

2592 Driscoll M
     Cell death in C. elegans: Molecular insights into mechanisms
     conserved between nematodes and mammals.
            Brain Pathology 6: 411-425 1996  REVIEW

2593 Ogawa H;Hayashi N;Hori I;Kobayashi T;Hosono R
     Expression, purification and characterization of recombinant C.
     elegans UNC-18.
            Neurochemistry International 29: 553-563 1996  ARTICLE

2594 Tornoe C;Holden-Dye L;Garland C;Abramson SN;Fleming JT;Sattelle   
     Lophotoxin-insensitive nematode nicotinic acetylcholine
            Journal of Experimental Biology 199: 2161-2168 1996 

2595 Tessier-Lavigne M;Goodman CS
     The molecular biology of axon guidance.
            Science 274: 1123-1133 1996  REVIEW

2596 Orsulic S;Peifer M
     Cell-cell signaling: Wingless lands at last.
            Current Biology 6: 1363-1367 1996  REVIEW

2597 Tanaka T;Ikita K;Ashida T;Motoyama Y;Yamaguchi Y;Satouchi K
     Effects of growth temperature on the fatty acid composition of
     the free-living nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Lipids 31: 1173-1178 1996  ARTICLE

2598 Yamamoto K;Honda S;Ishii N
     Properties of an oxygen-sensitive mutant mev-3 of the nematode
     Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Mutation Research-Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of
            Mutagenesis 358: 1-6 1996  ARTICLE

2599 Kawano T;Takuwa K;Nakajima T
     Molecular cloning of a cDNA for the glutamate transporter of the
     nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 228:
            415-420 1996  ARTICLE

2600 Ren PF;Lim C-S;Johnsen R;Albert PS;Pilgrim D;Riddle DL
     Control of C. elegans larval development by neuronal expression
     of a TGF-Beta homolog.
            Science 274: 1389-1391 1996  ARTICLE

2601 Goedert M;Baur CP;Ahringer J;Jakes R;Hasegawa M;Spillant MG;Smith 
       MJ;Hill F
     PTL-1, a microtubule-associated protein with tau-like repeats
     from the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Cell Science 109: 1662-1672 1996  ARTICLE

2602 Ochoa C;Rodriguez J;Lopez Garcia ML;Ramon Martinez A;Mercedes     
       Martinez M
     Anthelmintic activity of 6,7-diaryl-pteridines.
            Arzneimittel-Forschung 46: 643-648 1996  ARTICLE

2603 Tsipouras A;Adefarati AA;Tkacz JS;Frazier EG;Rohrer SP;Birzin     
       E;Rosegay A;Zink DL;Goetz MA;Singh SB;Schaeffer J
     Ophiobolin M and analogues, noncompetitive inhibitors of
     ivermectin binding with nematocidal activity.
            Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 4: 531-536 1996  ARTICLE

2604 Drescher U
     Netrins find their receptor.
            Nature 384: 416-417 1996  REVIEW

2605 Lieb JD;Capowski EE;Meneely P;Meyer BJ
     DPY-26, a link between dosage compensation and meiotic chromosome
     segregation in the nematode.
            Science 274: 1732-1736 1996  ARTICLE

2606 Chuang P-T;Lieb JD;Meyer JB
     Sex-specific assembly of a dosage compensation complex on the
     nematode X chromosome.
            Science 274: 1736-1739 1996  ARTICLE

2607 Guenther C;Garriga G
     Asymmetric distribution of the C. elegans HAM-1 protein in
     neuroblasts enables daughter cells to adopt distinct fates.
            Development 122: 3509-3518 1996  ARTICLE

2608 Newman AP;White JG;Sternberg PW
     Morphogenesis of the C. elegans hermaphrodite uterus.
            Development 122: 3617-3626 1996  ARTICLE

2609 Ha I;Wightman B;Ruvkun G
     A bulged lin-4/lin-14 RNA duplex is sufficient for Caenorhabditis
     elegans lin-14 temporal gradient formation.
            Genes & Development 10: 3041-3050 1996  ARTICLE

2610 Jones AR;Francis R;Schedl T
     GLD-1, a cytoplasmic protein essential for oocyte
     differentiation, shows stage- and sex-specific expression during
     Caenorhabditis elegans germline development.
            Developmental Biology 180: 165-183 1996  ARTICLE

2611 Gruidl ME;Smith PA;Kuznicki KA;McCrone JS;Kirchner J;Roussell     
       DL;Strome S;Bennett KL
     Multiple potential germ-line helicases are components of the
     germ-line-specific P granules of Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 93:
            13837-13842 1996  ARTICLE

2612 Wei A;Jegla T;Salkoff L
     Eight potassium channel families revealed by the C. elegans
     genome project.
            Neuropharmacology 35: 805-829 1996  ARTICLE

2613 Li XJ;Greenwald I
     Membrane topology of the C. elegans SEL-12 presenilin.
            Neuron 17: 1015-1021 1996  ARTICLE

2614 Zhu X;Joh K;Fiori K
     Nucleotide sequence of ribosomal protein L3 cDNA and the
     exon-intron structure of L3 gene in the nematode, Caenorhabditis
            DNA Sequence 6: 299-302 1996  ARTICLE

2615 Linder B;Jin ZJ;Freedman JH;Rubin CS
     Molecular characterization of a novel, developmentally regulated
     small embryonic chaperone from Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 271: 30158-30166 1996 

2616 Borgonie G;Claeys M;Leyns F;Arnaut G;De Waele D;Coomans A
     Effect of a nematicidal Bacillus thuringiensis strain on
     free-living nematodes. 3. Characterization of the intoxication
            Fundamental & Applied Nematology 19: 523-528 1996 

2617 Lambie EJ
     Cell-cell communication: Receptor function at the junction.
            Current Biology 6: 1089-1091 1996  REVIEW

2618 Wood WB;Bergmann D;Florance A
     Maternal effect of low temperature on handedness determination in
     C. elegans embryos.
            Developmental Genetics 19: 222-230 1996  ARTICLE

2619 Broeks A;Gerrard B;Allikmets R;Dean M;Plasterk RHA
     Homologues of the human multidrug resistance genes MRP and MDR
     contribute to heavy metal resistance in the soil nematode
     Caenorhabditis elegans.
            EMBO Journal 15: 6132-6143 1996  ARTICLE

2620 Fong S;Hamill SJ;Proctor M;Freund SMV;Benian GM;Chothia C;Bycroft 
       M;Clarke J
     Structure and stability of an immunoglobulin superfamily domain
     from twitchin, a muscle protein of the nematode Caenorhabditis
            Journal of Molecular Biology 264: 624-639 1996  ARTICLE

2621 Masson JY;Tremblay S;Ramotar D
     The Caenorhabditis elegans gene Ceapn-1 encodes a homolog of
     Escherichia coli and yeast apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease.
            Gene 179: 291-293 1996  ARTICLE

2622 Scott AL
     Nematode sperm.
            Parasitology Today 12: 425-430 1996  REVIEW

2623 Blumenthal T;Spieth J
     Gene structure and organization in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 6: 692-698 1996 

2624 Osborne BA
     Cell death in vertebrates: lessons from the worm.
            Trends in Genetics 12: 489-491 1996  REVIEW

2625 You SJ;Dochoi J;Cho NJ
     Ligand-binding properties of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors
     in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Bio Mol B 29: 525-529 1996  ARTICLE

2626 Podbilewicz B
     ADM-1, a protein with metalloprotease-like and disintegrin-like
     domains, is expressed in syncytial organs, sperm, and sheath
     cells of sensory organs in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Molecular Biology of the Cell 7: 1877-1893 1996  ARTICLE

2627 Korswagen HC;Durbin RM;Smits MT;Plasterk RHA
     Transposon Tc1-derived, sequence-tagged sites in Caenorhabditis
     elegans as markers for gene mapping.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 93:
            14680-14685 1996  ARTICLE

2628 Levitan D;Doyle TG;Brousseau D;Lee MK;Thinakaran G;Slunt          
       HH;Sisodia SS;Greenwald I
     Assessment of normal and mutant human presenilin function in
     Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 93:
            14940-14944 1996  ARTICLE

2629 Baines AJ
     Caenorhabditis elegans lin-2A and mammalian neuronal cask are
     prototypical members of a subfamily of MAGUKS
     (membrane-associated guanylate kinases) characterized by a common
     kinase-like domain and a guanylate kinase domain predicted to
     bind ATP.
            Biochemical Journal 320: 694-696 1996  ARTICLE

2630 Chen WN;Yap SF;Lim L
     Isolation of the gene coding for Caenorhabditis elegans Rac2
     homologue, a ras-related smll GTP-binding protein.
            Gene 180: 217-219 1996  ARTICLE

2631 Cline TW;Meyer BJ
     Vive la difference: Males vs females in flies vs worms.
            Annual Review of Genetics 30: 637-702 1996  REVIEW