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CGC BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES / October 1997 - January 1998

Theresa Stiernagle, Bob Herman

University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 55108-1095

2874 Evans D;Zorio D;MacMorris M;Winter CE;Lea K;Blumenthal T
       Operons and SL2 trans-splicing exist in nematodes outside the
       genus Caenorhabditis.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 94:
            9751-9756 1997  ARTICLE

2875 Morrison M;Harris KS;Roth MB
       smg mutants affect the expression of alternatively spliced SR
       protein mRNAs in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 94:
            9782-9785 1997  ARTICLE

2876 Hobert O;Mori I;Yamashita Y;Honda H;Ohshima Y;Liu Y;Ruvkun G
       Regulation of interneuron function in the C. elegans
       thermoregulatory pathway by the ttx-3 LIM homeobox gene.
            Neuron 19: 345-357 1997  ARTICLE

2877 Schnabel R
       Why does a nematode have an invariant cell lineage?
            Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 8: 341-349 1997 

2878 Zipkin ID;Kindt RM;Kenyon CJ
       Role of a new Rho family member in cell migration and axon
       guidance in C. elegans.
            Cell 90: 883-894 1997  ARTICLE

2879 Wolstenholme AJ
       Glutamate-gated Cl- channels in Caenorhabditis elegans and
       parasitic nematodes.
            Biochemical Society Transactions 25: 830-834 1997 

2880 Jansen G;Hazendonk E;Thijssen KL;Plasterk RHA
       Reverse genetics by chemical mutagenesis in Caenorhabditis
            Nature Genetics 17: 119-121 1997  ARTICLE

2881 Plasterk RHA
       The Tc1/Mariner transposon family.
            Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology 204:
            125-143 1997  REVIEW

2882 Peter ME;Medema JP;Krammer PH
       Does the Caenorhabditis elegans protein CED-4 contain a region
       of homology to the mammalian death effector domain?
            Cell Death & Differentiation 4: 523-525 1997  ARTICLE

2883 Baldwin JG;Frisse LM;Vida JT;Eddleman CD;Thomas WK
       An evolutionary framework for the study of developmental
       evolution in a set of nematodes related to Caenorhabditis
            Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 8: 249-259 1997 

2884 Henderson ST;Gao D;Christensen S;Kimble J
       Functional domains of LAG-2, a putative signaling ligand for
       LIN-12 and GLP-1 receptors in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Molecular Biology of the Cell 8: 1751-1762 1997  ARTICLE

2885 Traunspurger W;Bergtold M;Goedkoop W
       The effects of nematodes on bacterial activity and abundance in
       a freshwater sediment.
            Oecologia 112: 118-122 1997  ARTICLE

2886 Hoss S;Haitzer M;Traunspurger W;Gratzer H;Ahlf W;Steinberg C
       Influence of particle size distribution and content of organic
       matter on the toxicity of copper in sediment bioassays using
       Caenorhabditis elegans (Nematoda).
            Water, Air & Soil Pollution 99: 689-695 1997  ARTICLE

2887 Schlak I;Eizinger A;Sommer RJ
       High rate of restriction fragment length polymorphisms between
       two populations of the nematode Pristionchus pacificus
            Journal of Zoological Systematis & Evolutionary Research
            35: 137-142 1997  ARTICLE

2888 Ottilie S;Wang Y;Banks S;Chang J;Vigna NJ;Weeks S;Armstrong
     RC;Fritz LC;Oltersdorf T
       Mutational analysis of the interacting cell death regulators
       CED-9 and CED-4.
            Cell Death & Differentiation 4: 526-533 1997  ARTICLE

2889 Carroll AS;Gilbert DE;Liu XY;Cheung JW;Michnowicz JE;Wagner
     G;Ellenberger TE;Blackwell TK
       SKN-1 domain folding and basic region monomer stabilization
       upon DNA binding.
            Genes & Development 11: 2227-2238 1997  ARTICLE

2890 Zdinak LA;Greenberg IB;Szewczyk NJ;Barmada SJ;Cardamone-Raynor
     M;Hartman JJ;Jacobson LA
       Transgene-coded chimeric proteins as reporters of intracellular
       proteolysis: Starvation-induced catabolism of a lacZ fusion
       protein in muscle cells of Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Cellular Biochemistry 67: 143-153 1997 

2891 Desjardins P;Ledoux S
       The nematode Caenorhabditis elegans as a model system to study
       neuronal cell death.
            "Neuromethods".  J Poiner (ed).  Humana Press Inc. 29:
            255-277  REVIEW

2892 Clark SG;Shurland D-L;Meyerowitz EM;Bargmann CI;Van der Bliek AM
       A dynamin GTPase mutation causes a rapid and reversible
       temperature-inducible locomotion defect in C. elegans.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 94:
            10438-10443 1997  ARTICLE

2893 Sternberg PW;Felix MA
       Evolution of cell lineage.
            Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 7: 543-550 1997 

2894 Eizinger A;Sommer RJ
       The homeotic gene lin-39 and the evolution of nematode
       epidermal cell fates.
            Science 278: 452-455 1997  ARTICLE

2895 Hunt P
       Wriggling into the next millennium.  C. elegans II.
            Trends in Genetics 13: 420 1997  REVIEW

2896 Olasode BJ
       Dying by default, the biology of apoptosis: A review.
            East African Medical Journal 74: 108-111 1997  REVIEW

2897 Padgett RW;Savage C;Das P
       Genetic and biochemical analysis of TGF beta signal
            Cytokine and Growth Factor Reviews 8: 1-9 1997  REVIEW

2898 De Stasio E;Lephoto C;Azuma L;Holst C;Stanislaus D;Uttam J
       Characterization of revertants of unc-93(e1500) in
       Caenorhabditis elegans induced by N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea.
            Genetics 147: 597-608 1997  ARTICLE

2899 Oka T;Yamamoto R;Futai M
       Three vha genes encode proteolipids of Caenorhabditis elegans
       vacuolar-type ATPase - Gene structures and preferential
       expression in an H-shaped excretory cell and rectal cells.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 272: 24387-24392 1997 

2900 Leroux MR;Melki R;Gordon B;Batelier G;Candido EPM
       Structure-function studies on small heat shock protein
       oligomeric assembly and interaction with unfolded polypeptides.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 272: 24646-24656 1997 

2901 Janke DL;Schein JE;Ha T;Franz NW;O'Neil NJ;Vatcher GP;Stewart
     HI;Kuervers LM;Baillie DL;Rose AM
       Interpreting a sequenced genome: Toward a cosmid transgenic
       library of Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Genome Research 7: 974-985 1997  ARTICLE

2902 Ketting RF;Fischer SEJ;Plasterk RHA
       Target choice determinants of the Tc1 transposon of
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Nucleic Acids Research 25: 4041-4047 1997  ARTICLE

2903 Rezsohazy R;van Luenen HGAM;Durbin RM;Plasterk RHA
       Tc7, a Tc1-hitch hiking transposon in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Nucleic Acids Research 25: 4048-4054 1997  ARTICLE

2904 Aspbury RA;Fisher MJ;Rees HH;Clegg RA
       N-Myristoylation of the catalytic subunit of cAMP-dependent
       protein kinase in the free-living nematode Caenorhabditis
            Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications 238:
            523-527 1997  ARTICLE

2905 Baker JP;Titus MA
       A family of unconventional myosins from the nematode
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Molecular Biology 272: 523-535 1997  ARTICLE

2906 Arata Y;Hirabayashi J;Kasai K
       Structure of the 32 kDa galectin gene of the nematode
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 272: 6669-6677 1997 

2907 Coissac E;Maillier E;Netter P
       A comparative study of duplications in bacteria and eukaryotes:
       The importance of telomeres.
            Molecular Biology & Evolution 14: 1062-1074 1997  REVIEW

2908 Chinnaiyan AM;Chaudhary D;O'Rourke K;Koonin EV;Dixit VM
       Role of CED-4 in the activation of CED-3.
            Nature 388: 714-715 1997  REVIEW

2909 Hengartner MO
       Apoptosis.  CED-4 is a stranger no more.
            Nature 388: 728-729 1997  REVIEW

2910 Roush W
       Worm longevity gene cloned.
            Science 277: 942-946 1997  REVIEW

2911 McIntire SL;Reimer RJ;Schuske K;Edwards RH;Jorgensen EM
       Identification and characterization of the vesicular GABA
            Nature 389: 870-876 1997  ARTICLE

2912 Lee RYN;Lobel L;Hengartner M;Horvitz HR;Avery L
       Mutations in the alpha1 subunit of an L-type voltage-activated
       Ca2+ channel cause myotonia in Caenorhabditis elegans. 
            EMBO Journal 16: 6066-6076 1997  ARTICLE

2913 Baker JC;Harland RM
       From receptor to nucleus: the Smad pathway.
            Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 7: 467-473 1997 

2914 Ogg S;Paradis S;Gottlieb S;Patterson GI;Lee L;Tissenbaum
     HA;Ruvkun G
       The Fork head transcription factor DAF-16 transduces
       insulin-like metabolic and longevity signals in C. elegans.
            Nature 389: 994-999 1997  ARTICLE

2915 Patterson GI;Koweek A;Wong A;Liu Y;Ruvkun G
       The DAF-3 Smad protein antagonizes TGF-beta-related receptor
       signaling in the Caenorhabditis elegans dauer pathway.
            Genes & Development 11: 2679-2690 1997  ARTICLE

2916 Hajnal A;Whitfield CW;Kim SK
       Inhibition of Caenorhabditis elegans vulval induction by gap-1
       and by let-23 receptor tyrosine kinase.
            Genes & Development 11: 2715-2728 1997  ARTICLE

2917 Troemel ER;Kimmel BE;Bargmann CI
       Reprogramming chemotaxis responses: Sensory neurons define
       olfactory preferences in C. elegans.
            Cell 91: 161-169 1997  ARTICLE

2918 Nonet ML;Staunton J;Kilgard MP;Fergestad T;Hartwieg E;Horvitz
     HR;Jorgensen EM;Meyer BJ
       C. elegans rab-3 mutant synapses exhibit impaired function and
       are partially depleted of vesicles.
            Journal of Neuroscience 17: 8061-8073 1997  ARTICLE

2919 van Pouderoyen G;Ketting RF;Perrakis A;Plasterk RHA;Sixma TK
       Crystal structure of the specific DNA-binding domain of Tc3
       transposase of C. elegans in complex with transposon DNA.
            EMBO Journal 16: 6044-6054 1997  ARTICLE

2920 Dent JA;Davis MW;Avery L
       avr-15 encodes a chloride channel subunit that mediates
       inhibitory glutamatergic neurotransmission and ivermectin
       sensitivity in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            EMBO Journal 16: 5867-5879 1997  ARTICLE

2921 Sun AY;Lambie EJ
       gon-2, a gene required for gonadogenesis in Caenorhabditis
            Genetics 147: 1077-1089 1997  ARTICLE

2922 Bowerman B;Ingram MK;Hunter CP
       The maternal par genes and the segregation of cell fate
       specification activities in early Caenorhabditis elegans
            Development 124: 3815-3826 1997  ARTICLE

2923 Ahringer J
       Maternal control of a zygotic patterning gene in Caenorhabditis
            Development 124: 3865-3869 1997  ARTICLE

2924 Chamberlin HM;Palmer RE;Newman AP;Sternberg PW;Baillie DL;Thomas
       The PAX gene egl-38 mediates developmental patterning in
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Development 124: 3919-3928 1997  ARTICLE

2925 Okkema PG;Ha E;Haun C;Chen W;Fire A
       The Caenorhabditis elegans NK-2 homeobox gene ceh-22 activates
       pharyngeal muscle gene expression in combination with pha-1 and
       is required for normal pharyngeal development.
            Development 124: 3965-3973 1997  ARTICLE

2926 Selimi F;Mariani J;Martinou JC
       Caenorhabditis elegans and mammalian neuronal death.
            Revue Neurologique 153: 478-483 1997  REVIEW

2927 Otterson GA;Kaye FJ
       A 'core ATPase', Hsp70-like structure is conserved in human,
       rat, and C. elegans STCH proteins.
            Gene 199: 287-292 1997  ARTICLE

2928 Leggett DS;Candido EPM
       Biochemical characterization of Caenorhabditis elegans UBC-1:
       self-association and auto-ubiquitination of a RAD6-like
       ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme in vitro.
            Biochemical Journal 327: 357-361 1997  ARTICLE

2929 Cangelosi A;Parisi D
       A neural network model of Caenorhabditis elegans: The circuit
       of touch sensitivity.
            Neural Proc 6: 91-98 1997  REVIEW

2930 Colbert HA;Smith TL;Bargmann CI
       OSM-9, a novel protein with structural similarity to channels,
       is required for olfaction, mechanosensation, and olfactory
       adaptation in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Neuroscience 17: 8259-8269 1997  ARTICLE

2931 Zhang Y;Chou JH;Bradley J;Bargmann CI;Zinn K
       The Caenorhabditis elegans seven-transmembrane protein ODR-10
       functions as an odorant receptor in mammalian cells.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 94:
            2162-2167 1997  ARTICLE

2932 Li X;Greenwald I
       HOP-1, a Caenorhabditis elegans presenilin, appears to be
       functionally redundant with SEL-12 presenilin and to facilitate
       LIN-12 and GLP-1 signaling.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 94:
            12204-12209 1997  ARTICLE

2933 Jan E;Yoon JW;Walterhouse D;Iannaccone P;Goodwin EB
       Conservation of the C. elegans tra-2 3' UTR translational
            EMBO Journal 16: 6301-6313 1997  ARTICLE

2934 Baumeister R;Leimer U;Zweckbronner I;Jakubek C;Grunberg J;Haass C
       Human presenilin-I, but not familial Alzheimer's disease (FAD)
       mutants, facilitate Caenorhabditis elegans Notch signalling
       independently of proteolytic processing.
            Genes and Function 1: 149-159 1997  ARTICLE

2935 Lin K;Dorman JB;Rodan A;Kenyon C
       daf-16: An HNF-3/forkhead family member that can function to
       double the life-span of Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Science 278: 1319-1322 1997  ARTICLE

2936 Hunter T;Bannister WH;Hunter GJ
       Cloning, expression and characterization of two manganese
       superoxide dismutases from Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 272: 28652-28659 1997 

2937 Burglin TR
       Analysis of TALE superclass homeobox genes (MEIS, PBC, KNOX,
       Iroquois, TGIF) reveals a novel domain conserved between plants
       and animals.
            Nucleic Acids Research 21: 4173-4180 1997  ARTICLE

2938 Bettinger JC;Euling S;Rougvie AE
       The terminal differentiation factor LIN-29 is required for
       proper vulval morphogenesis and egg laying in Caenorhabditis
            Development 124: 4333-4342 1997  ARTICLE

2939 Zhu J;Hill RJ;Heid PJ;Fukuyama M;Sugimoto A;Priess JR;Rothman JH
       end-1 encodes an apparent GATA factor that specifies the
       endoderm precursor in Caenorhabditis elegans embryos.
            Genes & Development 11: 2883-2896 1997  ARTICLE

2940 Meneely PM
       The chromosomal signal for sex determination in Caenorhabditis
            BioEssays 19: 945-948 1997  REVIEW

2941 Wittmann C;Bossinger O;Goldstein B;Fleischmann M;Kohler
     R;Brunschwig K;Tobler H;Muller F
       The expression of the C. elegans labial-like Hox gene ceh-13
       during early embryogenesis relies on cell fate and on
       anteroposterior cell polarity.
            Development 124: 4193-4200 1997  ARTICLE

2942 Bowerman B
       The worm keeps turning.
            Nature 390: 228-229 1997  REVIEW

2943 Xue D;Horvitz HR
       Caenorhabditis elegans CED-9 protein is a bifunctional
       cell-death inhibitor.
            Nature 390: 305-308 1997  ARTICLE

2944 Hitchcock DR;Black MC;Williams PL
       Investigations into using the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans
       for municipal and industrial wastewater toxicity testing.
            Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology
            33: 252-260 199  ARTICLE

2945 Laughton DL;Lunt GG;Wolstenholme AJ
       Alternative splicing of a Caenorhabditis elegans gene produces
       two novel inhibitory amino acid receptor subunits with
       identical ligand binding domains but different ion channels.
            Gene 201: 119-125 1997  ARTICLE

2946 Kaletta T;Schnabel H;Schnabel R
       Binary specification of the embryonic lineage in Caenorhabditis
            Nature 390: 294-298 1997  ARTICLE

2947 Silverman MA;Blaxter ML;Link CD
       Biochemical analysis of Caenorhabditis elegans surface mutants.
            Journal of Nematology 29: 296-305 1997  ARTICLE

2948 Kuwabara PE
       Worming your way through the genome.
            Trends in Genetics 13: 455-460 1997  REVIEW

2949 Zhang BL;Gallegos M;Puoti A;Durkin E;Fields S;Kimble J;Wickens MP
       A conserved RNA-binding protein that regulates sexual fates in
       the C. elegans hermaphrodite germ line.
            Nature 390: 477-484 1997  ARTICLE

2950 Barnes TM;Hekimi S
       The Caenorhabditis elegans avermectin resistance and anesthetic
       response gene unc-9 encodes a member of a protein family
       implicated in electrical coupling of excitable cells.
            Journal of Neurochemistry 69: 2251-2260 1997  ARTICLE

2951 Keynes R;Cook GMW
       Axons turn as netrins find their receptor.
            Neuron 17: 1031-1034 1996  REVIEW

2952 Kemphues K;Mello C
       Antisense RNA injection in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Trends in Cell Biology 7: 462 1997  REVIEW

2953 Burns RG
       Identification of two new members of the tubulin family.
            Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton 31: 255-258 1995 

2954 Tatara CP;Newman MC;McCloskey JT;Williams PL
       Predicting relative metal toxicity with ion characteristics:
       Caenorhabditis elegans LC50.
            Aquatic Toxicology 39: 279-290 1997  ARTICLE

2955 Easton DM
       Gompertz growth in number dead confirms medflies and nematodes
       show excess oldster survival.
            Experimental Gerontology 32: 719-726 1997  ARTICLE

2956 Harbinder S;Tavernarakis N;Herndon LA;Kinnell M;Xu SQ;Fire
     A;Driscoll M
       Genetically targeted cell disruption in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 94:
            3128-3133 1997  ARTICLE

2957 Page AP
       Cyclophilin and protein disulfide isomerase genes are
       co-transcribed in a functionally related manner in
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            DNA and Cell Biology 16: 1335-1343 1997  ARTICLE

2958 Mitenko NL;Eisner JR;Swiston JR:Mains PE
       A limited number of Caenorhabditis elegans genes are readily
       mutable to dominant, temperature-sensitive maternal-effect
       embryonic lethality.
            Genetics 147: 1665-1674 1997  ARTICLE

2959 Tax FE;Thomas JH;Ferguson EL;Horvitz HR
       Identification and characterization of genes that interact with
       lin-12 in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Genetics 147: 1675-1695 1997  ARTICLE

2960 Beck CDO;Rankin CH
       Long-term habituation is produced by distributed training at
       long isis and not by massed training or short isis in
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Animal Learning & Behavior 25: 446-457 1997  ARTICLE

2961 Wade N
       A worm and a computer help illuminate diabetes.
            The New York Times, December 30: B13-B14 1997  REVIEW

2962 Peter ME;Heufelder AE;Hengartner MO
       Advances in apoptosis research.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 94:
            12736-12737 1997  REVIEW

2963 Kim SK
       Polarized signaling - Basolateral receptor localization in
       epithelial cells by PDZ-containing proteins.
            Current Opinion in Cell Biology 9: 853-859 1997  REVIEW

2964 Wen C;Metzstein MM;Greenwald I
       SUP-17, a Caenorhabditis elegans ADAM protein related to
       Drosophila KUZBANIAN, and its role in LIN-12/NOTCH signalling.
            Development 124: 4759-4767 1997  ARTICLE

2965 Rose KL;Winfrey VP;Hoffman LH;Hall DH;Furuta T;Greenstein D
       The POU gene ceh-18 promotes gonadal sheath cell
       differentiation and function required for meiotic maturation
       and ovulation in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Developmental Biology 192: 59-77 1997  ARTICLE

2966 Hubbard EJA;Wu G;Kitajewski J;Greenwald I
       sel-10, a negative regulator of lin-12 activity in
       Caenorhabditis elegans, encodes a member of the CDC4 family of
            Genes & Development 11: 3182-3193 1997  ARTICLE

2967 Mori I;Ohshima Y
       Molecular neurogenetics of chemotaxis and thermotaxis in the
       nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
            BioEssays 19: 1055-1064 1997  REVIEW

2968 Takagi S;Benard C;Pak J;Livingstone D;Hekimi S
       Cellular and axonal migrations are misguided along both body
       axes in the maternal-effect mau-2 mutants of Caenorhabditis
            Development 124: 5115-5126 1997  ARTICLE

2969 Sonnhammer EL;Durbin R
       Analysis of protein domain families in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Genomics 46: 200-216 1997  ARTICLE

2970 Slack F;Ruvkun G
       Temporal pattern formation by heterochronic genes.
            Annual Review of Genetics 31: 611-634 1997  REVIEW

2971 Wood WB
       Left-right asymmetry in animal development.
            Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology 13: 53-82
            1997  REVIEW

2972 Kimble J;Simpson P
       The LIN-12/Notch signaling pathway and its regulation.
            Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology 13:
            333-361 1997  REVIEW

2973 Cooper JA;Hayman W;Reed C;Kagawa H;Good MF;Saul A
       Mapping of conformational B cell epitopes within alpha-helical
       coiled coil proteins.
            Molecular Immunology 34: 433-440 1997  ARTICLE

2974 Cadigan KM;Nusse R
       Wnt signaling: a common theme in animal development.
            Genes & Development 11: 3286-3305 1997  REVIEW

2975 Hekimi S;Lakowski B;Barnes TM;Ewbank JJ
       Molecular Genetics of life span in C. elegans: how much does it
       teach us?
            Trends in Genetics 14: 14-20 1998  REVIEW

2976 Marra MA;Hillier L;Waterston RH
       Expressed sequence tags - ESTablishing bridges between genomes.
            Trends in Genetics 14: 4-7 1998  REVIEW

2977 Che SL;Weil MM;Etkin LD;Epstein HF;Kuang J
       Molecular cloning of a splice variant of Caenorhabditis elegans
       YNK1, a putative element in signal transduction.
            Biochemicia et Biophysica Acta - Gene Structure and
            Expression 1354: 231-240 1997  ARTICLE

2978 Forrester WC;Perens E;Zallen JA;Garriga G
       Identification of Caenorhabditis elegans genes required for
       neuronal differentiation and migration.
            Genetics 148:151-165 1998  ARTICLE

2979 Garvin C;Holdeman R;Strome S
       The phenotype of mes-2, mes-3, mes-4 and mes-6, maternal-effect
       genes required for survival of the germline in Caenorhabditis
       elegans, is sensitive to chromosome dosage.
            Genetics 148: 167-185 1998  ARTICLE

2980 Collet J;Spike CA;Lundquist EA;Shaw JE;Herman RK
       Analysis of osm-6, a gene that affects sensory cilium structure
       and sensory neuron function in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Genetics 148: 187-200 1998  ARTICLE