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CGC Bibliographic References February-May 1998

Theresa Stiernagle, Bob Herman

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

2981 Dennis JL;Mutwakil MHAZ;Lowe KC;De Pomerai DI
       Effects of metal ions in combination with a non-ionic
       surfactant on stress responses in a transgenic nematode.
            Aquatic Toxicology 40: 37-50 1997  ARTICLE

2982 Vassilatis DK;Arena JP;Plasterk RHA;Wilkinson HA;Schaeffer
     JM;Cully DF;Vanderploeg LHT
       Genetic and biochemical evidence for a novel
       avermectin-sensitive chloride channel in Caenorhabditis elegans
       - Isolation and characterization.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 272: 33167-33174 1997 

2983 Martinelli SD;Brown CG;Durbin R
       Gene expression and development databases for C. elegans.
            Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 8: 459-467 1997 

2984 Rand JB;Duerr JS;Frisby DL
       Neurogenetics of synaptic transmission in Caenorhabditis
            Advances in Pharmacology 42: 940-944 1998  REVIEW

2985 Leroux MR;Candido EPM
       Subunit characterization of the Caenorhabditis chaperonin
       containing TCP-1 and expression pattern of the gene encoding
            Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications 241:
            687-692 1997  ARTICLE

2986 Nonet ML;Saifee O;Zhao H;Rand JB;Wei L
       Synaptic transmission deficits in Caenorhabditis elegans
       synaptobrevin mutants.
            Journal of Neuroscience 18: 70-80 1998  ARTICLE

2987 Kagan RM;Niewmierzycka A;Clarke S
       Targeted gene disruption of the Caenorhabditis elegans
       L-isoaspartyl protein repair methyltransferase impairs survival
       of dauer stage nematodes.
            Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 348: 320-328 1997 

2988 Raz F;van Luenen HGAM;Schaerringer B;Plasterk RHA;Driever W
       Transposition of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans Tc3
       element in the zebrafish Danio rerio.
            Current Biology 8: 82-88 1997  ARTICLE

2989 Wu SL;Staudinger J;Olson EN;Rubin CS
       Structure, expression and properties of an atypical protein
       kinase C (PKC3) from Caenorhabditis elegans: PKC3 is required
       for the normal progression of embryogenesis and viability of
       the organism.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 1130-1143 1998 

2990 Ogawa H;Harada S;Sassa T;Yamamoto H;Hosono R
       Functional properties of the unc-64 gene encoding a
       Caenorhabditis elegans syntaxin.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 2192-2198 1998 

2991 Dickson B
       Axon guidance: A roundabout way of avoiding the midline.
            Nature 391: 442-443 1998  REVIEW

2992 Mikola J;Setala H
       No evidence of trophic cascades in an experimental
       microbial-based soil food web.
            Ecology 79: 153-164 1998  ARTICLE

2993 de Vet ECJM;Prinsen HCMT;van den Bosch H
       Nucleotide sequence of a cDNA clone encoding a Caenorhabditis
       elegans homolog of mammalian alkyl-dihydroxyacetonephosphate
       synthase: Evolutionary switching of peroxisomal targeting
            Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications 242:
            277-281 1998  ARTICLE

2994 Hengartner MO
       Apoptosis: Death cycle and Swiss army knives.
            Nature 391: 441-442 1998  REVIEW

2995 Li L;Linning RM;Kondo K;Honda BM
       Differential expression of individual suppressor tRNA(Trp) gene
       family members in vitro and in vivo in the nematode
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Molecular and Cellular Biology 18: 703-709 1998  ARTICLE

2996 Roayaie K;Crump JG;Sagasti A;Bargmann CI
       The G-alpha protein ODR-3 mediates olfactory and nociceptive
       function and controls cilium morphogenesis in C. elegans
       olfactory neurons.
            Neuron 20: 55-67 1998  ARTICLE

2997 Zallen JA;Yi BA;Bargmann CI
       The conserved immunoglobulin superfamily member SAX-3/Robo
       directs multiple aspects of axon guidance in C. elegans.
            Cell 92: 217-227 1998  ARTICLE

2998 Lin RL;Hill RJ;Priess JR
       POP-1 and anterior-posterior fate decisions in C. elegans
            Cell 92: 229-239 199  ARTICLE

2999 Lieb JD;Albrecht MR;Chuang P-T;Meyer BJ
       MIX-1: an essential component of the C. elegans mitotic
       machinery executes X chromosome dosage compensation.
            Cell 92: 265-277 1998  ARTICLE

3000 Raymond CS;Shamu CE;Shen MM;Seifert KJ;Hirsch B;Hodgkin
     J;Zarkower D     
       Evidence for evolutionary conservation of sex-determining
            Nature 391: 691-695 1998  ARTICLE

3001 Ono S;Benian GM
       Two Caenorhabditis elegans actin depolymerizing factor/cofilin
       proteins, encoded by the unc-60 gene, differentially regulate
       actin filament dynamics.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 3778-3783 1998 

3002 Liu F;Bauer CC;Ortiz I;Cook RG;Schmid MF;Epstein HF
       Beta-filagenin, a newly identified protein coassembling with
       myosin and paramyosin in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Cell Biology 140: 347-353 1998  ARTICLE

3003 Sonnhammer ELL;Eddy SR;Birney E;Bateman A;Durbin R
       Pfam - Multiple sequence alignments and HMM-profiles of protein
            Nucleic Acids Research 26: 320-322 1998  ARTICLE

3004 Marcel V;Palacios LG;Pertuy C;Masson P;Fournier D
       Two invertebrate acetylcholinesterases show activation followed
       by inhibition with substrate concentration.
            Biochemical Journal 329: 329-334 1998  ARTICLE

3005 Fire A;Xu S;Montgomery MK;Kostas SA;Driver SE;Mello CC
       Potent and specific genetic interference by double-stranded RNA
       in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Nature 391: 806-811 1998  ARTICLE

3006 Gutch MJ;Flint AJ;Keller J;Tonks NK;Hengartner MO
       The Caenorhabditis elegans SH2 domain-containing protein
       tyrosine phosphatase PTP-2 participates in signal transduction
       during oogenesis and vulval development.
            Genes & Development 12: 571-585 1998  ARTICLE

3007 Maloof JN;Kenyon C
       The Hox gene lin-39 is required during C. elegans vulval
       induction to select the outcome of Ras signaling.
            Development 125: 181-190 1998  ARTICLE

3008 Tissenbaum HA;Ruvkun G
       An insulin-like signaling pathway affects both longevity and
       reproduction in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Genetics 148: 703-717 1998  ARTICLE

3009 Madi A;Punyiczki M;Fesus L
       Lessons to learn from the cell death and heat shock genes of
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Acta Biologica Hungarica 48: 303-318 1997  REVIEW

3010 Goldstein B;Frisse LM;Thomas WK
       Embryonic axis specification in nematodes: evolution of the
       first step in development.
            Current Biology 8: 157-160 1998  ARTICLE

3011 Peixoto CA;Demelo JV;Kramer JM;De Souza W
       Ultrastructural analyses of the Caenorhabditis elegans
       rol-6(su1006) mutant, which produces abnormal cuticle collagen.
            Journal of Parasitology 84: 45-49 1998  ARTICLE

3012 Patel MR;Campbell WC
       Inhibitory effect of chlorpromazine on nematode eggs and
            Journal of Parasitology 84: 191-192 1998  ARTICLE

3013 Aspbury RA;Fisher MJ;Rees HH
       Fatty acylation of polypeptides in the nematode Caenorhabditis
            Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Protein Structure &
            Molecular Enzymology 1382: 111-119 1998  ARTICLE

3014 Colavita A;Culotti JG
       Suppressors of ectopic UNC-5 growth cone steering identify
       eight genes involved in axon guidance in Caenorhabditis
            Developmental Biology 194: 72-85 1998  ARTICLE

3015 Harfe BD;Fire A
       Muscle and nerve-specific regulation of a novel NK-2 class
       homeodomain factor in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Development 125: 421-429 1998  ARTICLE

3016 Coburn CM;Mori I;Ohshima Y;Bargmann CI
       A cyclic nucleotide-gated channel inhibits sensory axon
       outgrowth in larval and adult Caenorhabditis elegans: A
       distinct pathway for maintenance of sensory axon structure.
            Development 125: 249-258 1998  ARTICLE

3017 Clandinin TR;DeModena JA;Sternberg PW
       Inositol trisphospate mediates a Ras-independent response to
       LET-23 receptor tyrosine kinase activation in C. elegans.
            Cell 92: 523-533 1998  ARTICLE

3018 Hitchcock DR;Law SE;Wu J;Williams PL
       Determining toxicity trends in the ozonation of synthetic dye
       wastewaters using the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology
            34: 259-264 1998  ARTICLE

3019 Burglin TR;Lobos E;Blaxter ML
       Caenorhabditis elegans as a model for parasitic nematodes.
            International Journal for Parasitology 28: 395-411 1998 

3020 George SE;Simokat K;Hardin J;Chisholm AD
       The VAB-1 Eph receptor tyrosine kinase functions in neural and
       epithelial morphogenesis in C. elegans.
            Cell 92: 633-643 1998  ARTICLE

3021 Vatcher GP;Thacker CM;Kaletta T;Schnabel H;Schnabel R;Baillie DL
       Serine hydroxymethyltransferase is maternally essential in
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 6066-6073 1998 

3022 Shibatohge M;Kariya K;Liao Y;Hu CD;Watari Y;Goshima M;Shima
     F;Kataoka T
       Identification of PLC210, a Caenorhabditis elegans
       phospholipase C, as a putative effector of Ras.
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 6218-6222 1998 

3023 Felix MA;Sternberg PW
       A gonad-derived survival signal for vulval precursor cells in
       two nematode species.
            Current Biology 8: 287-290 1998  ARTICLE

3024 Bargmann CI;Kaplan JM
       Signal transduction in the Caenorhabditis elegans nervous
            Annual Review of Neuroscience 21: 279-308 1998  REVIEW

3025 Hobert O;D'Alberti T;Liu Y;Ruvkun G
       Control of neural development and function in a
       thermoregulatory network by the LIM homeobox gene lin-11.   Journal
of Neuroscience 18: 2084-2096 1998  ARTICLE

3026 Puoti A;Gallegos M;Zhang B;Wickens MP;Kimble J
       Controls of cell fate and pattern by 3' untranslated regions:
       The Caenorhabditis elegans sperm/oocyte decision.
            Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 62:
            19-24 1997  REVIEW

3027 Steven R;Kubiseski RJ;Zheng H;Kulkarni S;Mancillas J;Morales
     AR;Hogue CWV;Pawson T;Culotti J
       UNC-73 activates the Rac GTPase and is required for cell and
       growth cone migrations in C. elegans.
            Cell 92: 785-795 1998  ARTICLE

3028 Powell-Coffman JA;Bradfield CA;Wood WB
       Caenorhabditis elegans orthologs of the aryl hydrocarbon
       receptor and its heterodimerization partner with the aryl
       hydrocarbon receptor nuclear translocator.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95:
            2844-2849 199  ARTICLE

3029 Burr AHJ;Gans C
       Mechanical significance of obliquely striated architecture in
       nematode muscle.
            Biological Bulletin 194: 1-6 1998  ARTICLE

3030 Ikenishi K
       Germ plasm in Caenorhabditis elegans, Drosophila and Xenopus.
            Development, Growth & Differentiation 40: 1-10 1998 

3031 Njoku CJ;Zeng L;Asuzu IU;Oberlies NH;McLaughlin JL
       Oleanolic acid, a bioactive component of the leaves of Ocimum
       gratissumum (Laciaceae).
            International Journal of Pharmacognosy 35: 134-137 1997 

3032 Napier JA;Hey SJ;Lacey DJ;Shewry PR
       Identification of a Caenorhabditis elegans
       delta(6)-fatty-acid-desaturase by heterologous expression in
       Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
            Biochemical Journal 330: 611-614 1998  ARTICLE

3033 Lee MH;Jang YJ;Koo HS
       Alternative splicing in the Caenorhabditis elegans DNA
       topoisomerase I gene.
            Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Gene Structure and
            Expression 1396: 207-214 199  ARTICLE

3034 Grauso M;Culetto E;Combes D;Fedon Y;Toutant J;Arpagaus M
       Existence of four acetylcholinesterase genes in the nematodes
       Caenorhabditis elegans and Caenorhabditis briggsae.
            FEBS Letters 424: 279-284 1998  ARTICLE

3035 Fujii M;Ishii N;Jogushi A;Yasuda K;Ayusawa D
       A novel superoxide dismutase gene encoding membrane-bound and
       extracellular isoforms by alternative splicing in
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            DNA Research 5: 25-30 1998  ARTICLE

3036 Wu YC;Horvitz HR
       C. elegans phagocytosis and cell migration protein CED-5 is
       similar to human DOCK180.
            Nature 392: 501-504 1998  ARTICLE

3037 Schierenberg E;Wiegner O;Bossinger O;Skiba F;Kutzowitz M
       Pattern formation and cell specification in nematode embryos - 
       A theme with considerable variations.
            Zoology-Analysis of Complex Systems 100: 320-327 1997 

3038 Barger AJ;Hart AC;Kaplan JM
       G-alpha(s)-induced neurodegeneration in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Neuroscience 18: 2871-2880 1998  ARTICLE

3039 Singson A;Mercer KB;L'Hernault SW
       The C. elegans spe-9 gene encodes a sperm transmembrane protein
       that contains EGF-like repeats and is required for
            Cell 93: 71-79 1998  ARTICLE

3040 Goodwin EB;Evans TC
       Translational control of development in C. elegans.
            Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 8: 551-559 1998 

3041 Wood WB
       Handed asymmetry in nematodes.
            Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 9: 53-60 1998 

3042 Hagen FK;Nehrke K
       cDNA cloning and expression of a family of
       N-acetylgalactosaminyltransferase sequence homologs from
       Caenorhabditis elegans.  
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 8268-8277 1998 

3043 Hisahara S;Kanuka H;Shoji S;Yoshikawa S;Okano H;Miura M
       Caenorhabditis elegans anti-apoptotic gene ced-9 prevents
       ced-3-induced cell death in Drosophila cells.
            Journal of Cell Science 111: 667-673 1998  ARTICLE

3044 Frank DJ;Roth MB
       NCL-1 is required for the regulation of cell size and ribosomal
       RNA synthesis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Journal of Cell Biology 140: 1321-1329 1998  ARTICLE

3045 Burdine RD;Branda CS;Stern MJ
       EGL-17(FGF) expression coordinates the attraction of the
       migrating sex myoblasts with vulval induction in C. elegans.
            Development 125: 1083-1093 1998  ARTICLE

3046 Costa M;Raich W;Agbunag C;Leung B;Hardin J;Priess JR
       A putative catenin-cadherin system mediates morphogenesis of
       the Caenorhabditis elegans embryo.
            Journal of Cell Biology 141: 297-308 1998  ARTICLE

3047 Kuwabara PE
       Gametogenesis - Keeping the male element under control.
            Current Biology 8: R278-R281 1998  REVIEW

3048 Tawe WN;Eschbach ML;Walter RD;Henkle-Duhrsen K
       Identification of stress-responsive genes in Caenorhabditis
       elegans using RT-PCR differential display.
            Nucleic Acids Research 26: 1621-1627 1998  ARTICLE

3049 Dent JA;Han M
       Post-embryonic expression pattern of C. elegans let-60 ras
       reporter constructs.
            Mechanisms of Development 72: 179-182 1998  ARTICLE

3050 Shi Y;Mello C
       A CBP/p300 homolog specifies multiple differentiation pathways
       in Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Genes & Development 12: 943-955 1998  ARTICLE

3051 Xie HY;Hirsh D
       In vivo function of mutated spliced leader RNAs in
       Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95:
            4235-4240 1998  ARTICLE

3052 Goldstein P
       The synaptonemal complexes of the nematode Caenorhabditis
       elegans: gametic response to retinol.
            Cytobios 91: 53-67 1997  ARTICLE

3053 Sharief FS;Tsoi SCM;Li SSL
       cDNA cloning and genomic organization of enhancer of split
       groucho gene from nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
            Biochemistry and Molecular Biology International
            43:327-337 1997  ARTICLE

3054 Jankowski M;Lamphear BJ;Aamodt EJ;Harringt T;Darzynki E;Stolarsk
     R;Rhoads RE
       Multiple isoforms of eukaryotic protein-synthesis
       initation-factor-4E in Caenorhabditis elegans can distinguish
       between monomethylated and trimethylated messenger RNA cap
            Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 538-542 1998