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CGC Bibliographic References. October 1999 - January 2000

Theresa Stiernagle, Bob Herman

University of Minnesota, 250 BioSci Center, 1445 Gortner Avenue, St. Paul, MN

CGC #3653
Forrester WC;Dell M;Perens E;Garriga G
A C. elegans Ror receptor tyrosine kinase regulates cell motility and
asymmetric cell division.
Nature 400: 881-885 1999

CGC #3654
Davies EK;Peters AD;Keightley PD
High frequency of cryptic deleterious mutations in Caenorhabditis
Science 285: 1748-1751 1999

CGC #3655
Choy RKM;Thomas JH
Fluoxetine-resistant mutants in C. elegans define a novel family of
transmembrane proteins.
Molecular Cell 4: 143-152 1999

CGC #3656
Shin TH;Yasuda J;Rocheleau CE;Lin RL;Soto M;Bei YX;Davis RJ;Mello CC
MOM-4, a MAP kinase kinase kinase-related protein, activates WRM-1/LIT-1
kinase to transduce anterior/posterior polarity in C. elegans.
Molecular Cell 4: 275-280 1999

CGC #3657
Maebuchi M;Togo SH;Yokota S;Ghenea S;Bun-ya M;Kamiryo T;Kawahara A
Type-II 3-oxoacyl-CoA thiolase of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans is
located in peroxisomes, highly expressed during larval stages and
induced by clofibrate.
European Journal of Biochemistry 264: 509-515 1999

CGC #3658
Gems D
Nematode ageing: Putting metabolic theories to the test.
Current Biology 9: R614-R616 1999

CGC #3659
Wilkie TM
G proteins, chemosensory perception, and the C. elegans genome project:
An attractive story.
BioEssays 21: 713-717 1999

CGC #3660
Guven K;Power RS;Avramide S;Allender R;de Pomerai DI
The toxicity of dithiocarbamate fungicides to soil nematodes, assessed
using a stress-inducible transgenic strain of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biochem Molecular Toxicology 13: 324-333 1999

CGC #3661
Wittenburg N;Baumeister R
Thermal avoidance in Caenorhabditis elegans: An approach to the study of
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96: 10477-10482 1999

CGC #3662
Hough RF;Lingam AT;Bass BL
Caenorhabditis elegans mRNAs that encode a protein similar to ADARs
derive from an operon containing six genes.
Nucleic Acids Research 27: 3424-3432 1999

CGC #3663
Davies AG;Spike CA;Shaw JE;Herman RK
Functional overlap between the mec-8 gene and five sym genes in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 153: 117-134 1999

CGC #3664
Shabalina SA;Kondrashov AS
Pattern of selective constraint in C. elegans and C. briggsae.
Genetical Research 74: 23-30 1999

CGC #3665
Zallen JA;Kirch SA;Bargmann CI
Genes required for axon pathfinding and extension in the C. elegans
nerve ring.
Development 126: 3679-3692 1999

CGC #3666
Bowerman B;Severson AF
Cell division: Plant-like properties of animal cell cytokinesis.
Current Biology 9: R658-R660 1999

CGC #3667
Masler EP;Kovaleva ES;Sardanelli S
FMRFamide-like immunoactivity in Heterodera glycines (Nema: Tylenchida).
Journal of Nematology 31: 224-231 1999

CGC #3668
Morita Y;Tilly JL
Oocyte apoptosis: Like sand through an hourglass.
Developmental Biology 213: 1-17 1999

CGC #3669
Behe MJ
Tracts of adenosine and cytidine residues in the genomes of prokaryotes
and eukaryotes.
DNA Sequence 8: 375-383 1999

CGC #3670
Fire A
RNA-triggered gene silencing.
Trends in Genetics 15: 358-363 1999

CGC #3671
Lewis A;Khatchatouriants A;Treinin M;Chen ZP;Peleg G;Friedman
N;Bouevitch O;Rothman Z;Loew L;Sheres M
Second-harmonic generation of biological interfaces: Probing the
membrane protein bacteriorhodopsin and imaging membrane potential around
GFP molecules at specific sites in neuronal cells of C. elegan
Chemical Physics 245: 133-144 1999

CGC #3672
Blaxter ML;De Ley P;Garey JR;Liu LX;Scheldeman P;Vierstraete
A;Vanfleteren JR;Mackey LY;Dorris M;Frisse LM;Vida JT;Thomas WK
A molecular evolutionary framework for the phylum Nematoda.
Nature 392: 71-75 1998

CGC #3673
Berger A
Gonads are the key to a long life.
BMJ 318: 1506 1999

CGC #3674
Tear G
Neuronal guidance: A genetic perspective.
Trends in Genetics 15: 113-117 1999

CGC #3675
Zetka MC;Kawasaki I;Strome S;Muller F
Synapsis and chiasma formation in Caenorhabditis elegans require HIM-3,
a meiotic chromosome core component that functions in chromosome
Genes & Development 13: 2258-2270 1999

CGC #3677
Schafer WR
How do antidepressants work? Prospects for genetic analysis of drug
Cell 98: 551-554 1999

CGC #3678
Zhen M;Jin Y
The liprin protein SYD-2 regulates the differentiation of presynaptic
termini in C. elegans.
Nature 401: 371-375 1999

CGC #3679
Kim S;Ren X-C;Fox E;Wadsworth WG
SDQR migrations in Caenorhabditis elegans are controlled by multiple
guidance cues and changing responses to netrin UNC-6.
Development 126: 3881-3890 1999

CGC #3680
Barr MM;Sternberg PW
A polycystic kidney-disease gene homologue required for male mating
behavior in C. elegans.
Nature 401: 386-389 1999

CGC #3681
Emmons SW;Somlo S
Mating, channels and kidney cysts.
Nature 401: 339-340 1999

CGC #3682
Stein LD
Internet access to the C. elegans genome.
Trends in Genetics 15: 425-427 1999

CGC #3683
Dreyfus DH;Gelfand EW
Comparative analysis of invertebrate Tc6 sequences that resemble the
vertebrate V(D)J recombination signal sequences (RSS).
Molecular Immunology 36: 481-488 1999

CGC #3684
Goto S;Nakamura A;Radak Z;Nakamoto H;Takahashi R;Yasuda K;Sakurai
Y;Ishii N
Carbonylated proteins in aging and exercise: immunoblot approaches.
Mechanisms of Ageing & Development 107: 245-253 1999

CGC #3685
Deutsch M;Long M
Intron-exon structures of eukaryotic model organisms.
Nucleic Acids Research 27: 3219-3228 1999

CGC #3686
Fitzgerald DJ;Anderson JN
Selective nucleosome disruption by drugs that bind in the minor groove
of DNA.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274: 27128-27138 1999

CGC #3687
Ailion M;Inoue T;Weaver CI;Holdcraft RW;Thomas JH
Neurosecretory control of aging in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96: 10944

CGC #3688
Nonet ML
UNC-11, a Caenorhabditis elegans AP180 homologue, regulates the size and
protein composition of synaptic vesicles.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 10: 2 1999

CGC #3689
Vajo Z;King LM;Jonassen T;Wilkin DJ;Ho N;Munnich A;Clarke CF;Francomano
Conservation of the Caenorhabditis elegans timing gene clk-1 from yeast
to human: a gene required for ubiquinone biosynthesis with potential
implications for aging.
Mammalian Genome 10: 1000-1004 1999

CGC #3690
Geier G;Banaj HJ;Heid H;Bini L;Pallini V;Zwilling R
Aspartyl proteases in Caenorhabditis elegans-Isolation, identification
and characterization by a combined use of affinity chromatography,
two-dimensional gel electrophoresis, microsequencing and dat..
European Journal of Biochemistry 264: 872-879 1999

CGC #3691
Moerman DG
Organ morphogenesis: A metalloprotease prepares the way.
Current Biology 9: R701-R703 1999

CGC #3692
Kraemer B;Crittenden S;Gallegos M;Moulder G;Barstead R;Kimble J;Wickens
NANOS-3 and FBF proteins physically interact to control the sperm-oocyte
switch in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Biology 9: 1009-1014 1999

CGC #3693
Dal Santo P;Logan MA;Chisholm AD;Jorgensen EM
The inositol triphosphate receptor regulates a 50-second behavioral
rhythm in C. elegans.
Cell 98: 757-767 1999

CGC #3694
Labbe JC;Hekimi S;Rokeach LA
Assessing the function of the Ro ribonucleoprotein complex using
Caenorhabditis elegans as a biological tool.
Biochemistry & Cell Biology 77: 349-354 1999

CGC #3695

Caenorhabditis elegans as a model for parasitic nematodes: beginning to
scratch the surface.
Parasite Immunology 21: 493 1999

CGC #3696
Nowell MA;de Pomerai DI;Pritchard LI
Caenorhabditis elegans as a biomonitor for immunological stress in
Parasite Immunology 21: 495-505 1999

CGC #3697
Nurrish S;Segalat L;Kaplan JM
Serotonin inhibition of synaptic transmission: G alpha(o) decreases the
abundance of UNC-13 at release sites.
Neuron 24: 231-242 1999

CGC #3698
Metzstein MM;Horvitz HR
The C. elegans cell death specification gene ces-1 encodes a snail
family zinc finger protein.
Molecular Cell 4: 309-319 1999

CGC #3699
Fischer SEJ;van Luenen HGAM;Plasterk RHA
Cis requirements for trasposition of Tc1-like transposons in C. elegans.
Molecular & General Genetics 262: 268-274 1999

CGC #3700
Moilanen LH;Fukushige T;Freedman JH
Regulation of metallothionein gene transcription-Identification of
upstream regulatory elements and transcription factors responsible for
cell-specific expression of the metallothionein genes from C..
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274: 29655-29665 1999

CGC #3701
Van Voorhies WA;Ward S
Genetic and environmental conditions that increase longevity in
Caenorhabditis elegans decrease metabolic rate.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96: 11399-11403 1999

CGC #3702
Buchwitz BJ;Ahmad K;Moore LL;Roth MB;Henikoff S
Cell division - A histone-H3-like protein in C. elegans.
Nature 40: 547-548 1999

CGC #3703
Wheelan SJ;Boguski MS;Duret L;Makalowski W
Human and nematode orthologs - lessons from the analysis of 1800 human
genes and the proteome of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Gene 238: 163-170 1999

CGC #3704
Gonczy P;Pichler S;Kirkham M;Hyman AA
Cytoplasmic dynein is required for distinct aspects of MTOC positioning,
including centrosome separation, in the one cell stage Caenorhabditis
elegans embryo.
Journal of Cell Biology 147: 135-150 1999

CGC #3705
Liu LX;Spoerke JM;Mulligan EL;Chen J;Reardon B;Westlund B;Sun L;Abel
K;Armstrong B;Hardiman G;King J;McCague L;Basson M;Clover R;Johnson CD
High-throughput isolation of Caenorhabditis elegans deletion mutants.
Genome Research 9: 859-867 1999

CGC #3706
Blelloch R;Newman C;Kimble J
Control of cell migration during Caenorhabditis elegans development.
Current Opinion in Cell Biology 11: 608-613 1999

CGC #3707
Slack FJ;Ruvkun G
A novel repeat domain that is often associated with RING finger and
B-box motifs.
Trends in Biochemical Sciences 23: 474-475 1999

CGC #3708
Sommer RJ
Convergence and the interplay of evolution and development.
Evolution & Development 1: 8-10 1999

CGC #3709
Power RS;de Pomerai DI
Effect of single and paired metal inputs in soil on a stress-inducible
transgenic nematode.
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 37: 503-511 1999

CGC #3710
Tepass U
Genetic analysis of cadherin function in animal morphogenesis.
Current Opinion in Cell Biology 11: 540-548 1999

CGC #3711
Tabara H;Sarkissian M;Kelly WG;Fleenor J;Grishok A;Timmons L;Fire
A;Mello CC
The rde-1 gene, RNA interference, and transposon silencing in C.
Cell 99: 123-132 1999

CGC #3712
Sugimoto A;Masayuki M
Death signalling in C. elegans and activation mechanisms of caspases.
"Apoptosis Genes". JW Wilson, C Booth CS Potten (eds). :167-203 1998

CGC #3713
Anton AH;Berk AI
Utilization of ethanol by Caenorhabditis elegans.
Research Communications in Alcohol & Substances of Abuse 19: 29-36 1998

CGC #3714
Bin O;Wang Y;Wei D
Caenorhabditis elegans contains structural homologs of human prk and
DNA Sequence 10: 109-113 1999

CGC #3715
Mullen GP;Rogalski TM;Bush JA;Gorji PR;Moerman DG
Complex patterns of alternative splicing mediate the spatial and
temporal distribution of perlecan/UNC-52 in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 10: 3205-3221 1999

CGC #3716
George RL;Wu X;Huang W;Fei YJ;Leibach FH;Ganapathy V
Molecular cloning and functional characterization of a polyspecific
organic anion transporter from Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics 291: 596-603 1999

CGC #3717
Aspock G;Kagoshima H;Niklaus G;Burglin TR
Caenorhabditis elegans has scores of hedgehog-related genes: Sequence
and expression analysis.
Genome Research 9: 909-923 1999

CGC #3718
Bowen NJ;McDonald JF
Genomic analysis of Caenorhabditis elegans reveals ancient families of
retroviral-like elements.
Genome Research 9: 924-935 1999

CGC #3719
Chamberlin HM;Brown KB;Sternberg PW;Thomas JB
Characterization of seven genes affecting Caenorhabditis elegans hindgut
Genetics 153: 731-742 1999

CGC #3720
Jakubowski J;Kornfeld K
A local, high-density, single-nucleotide polymorphism map used to clone
Caenorhabditis elegans cdf-1.
Genetics 153: 743-752 1999

CGC #3721
Buechner M;Hall DH;Bhatt H;Hedgecock EM
Cystic canal mutants in Caenorhabditis elegans are defective in the
apical membrane domain of the renal (excretory) cell.
Developmental Biology 214: 227-241 1999

CGC #3722
Ketting RF;Haverkamp THA;van Luenen HGAM;Plasterk RKH
mut-7 of C. elegans, required for transposon silencing and RNA
interference, is a homolog of Werner syndrome helicase and RNaseD.
Cell 99: 133-141 1999

CGC #3723
Hirabayashi J
Mutations in possible glycosylation genes, sqv-3, sqv-7 and sqv-8, of C.
elegans cause abnormal vulval formation.
Trends in Glycosylation 11: 211-212 1999

CGC #3724
Freeman MN;Peredney CL;Williams PL
A soil bioassay using the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
"Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment: Standardization of
Biomarkers for Endocrine Disruption and Environmental Assessment: ASTM
STP 1364." DS Henshel, MC Black and MC Harrass (eds). West Conshohocken,
PA. 8: 305-318 1999

CGC #3725
Barral JM;Epstein HF
Protein machines and self assembly in muscle organization.
BioEssays 21: 813-823 1999

CGC #3726
Sieburth DS;Sundaram M;Howard RM;Han M
A PP2A regulatory subunit positively regulates Ras-mediated signaling
during Caenorhabditis elegans vulval induction.
Genes & Development 13: 2562-2569 1999

CGC #3727
Krieger J;Breer H
Olfactory reception in invertebrates.
Science 286: 720-723 1999

CGC #3728
Mombaerts P
Seven-transmembrane proteins as odorant and chemosensory receptors.
Science 286: 707-711 1999

CGC #3729
Jeon M;Gardner HF;Miller EA;Deshler J;Rougvie AR
Similarity of the C. elegans developmental timing protein LIN-42 to
circadian rhythm proteins.
Science 286: 1141-1146 1999

CGC #3730
Cikaluk DE;Tahbaz N;Hendricks LC;DiMattia GE;Hansen D;Pilgrim D;Hobman
GERp95, a membrane-associated protein that belongs to a family of
proteins involved in stem cell differentiation.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 10: 3357-3372 1999

CGC #3731
Fields S;Kohara Y;Lockhart DJ
Functional genomics.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96: 8825-8826 1999

CGC #3732
Chiapello H;Ollivier E;Landes-Devauchelle C;Nitschke P;Risler JL
Codon usage as a tool to predict the cellular location of eukaryotic
ribosomal proteins and aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases.
Nucleic Acids Research 27: 2848-2858 1999

CGC #3733
Fukushige T;Hendzel MJ;Bazett-Jones DP;McGhee JD
Direct visualization of the elt-2 gut-specific GATA factor binding to a
target promoter inside the living Caenorhabditis elegans embryo.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96: 11883-11888 1999

CGC #3734
Britton C;Redmond DL;Knox DP;McKerrow JH;Barry JD
Identification of promoter elements of parasite nematode genes in
transgenic Caenorhabditis elegans.
Molecular & Biochemical Parasitology 103: 171-181 1999

CGC #3735
Moilanen LH;Fukushige T;Freedman JH
Regulation of metallothionein gene transcription-Identification of
upstream regulatory elements and transcription factors responsible for
cell-specific expression of the metallothionein genes from C..
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274: 29655-29665 1999

CGC #3736
Yamada S;Van Die I;Van den Eijnden DH;Yokota A;Kitagawa H;Sugahara K
Demonstration of glycosaminoglycans in Caenorhabditis elegans.
FEBS Letters 459: 327-331 1999

CGC #3737
Chisholm A;Tessier-Lavigne M
Conservation and divergence of axon guidance mechanisms.
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 9: 603-615 1999

CGC #3738
Miller KG;Emerson MD;Rand JB
G(o)alpha and diacylglycerol kinase negatively regulate the G(q)alpha
pathway in C. elegans.
Neuron 24: 323-333 1999

CGC #3730
Saccomanno L;Loushin C;Jan E;Punkay E;Artzt K;Goodwin EB
The STAR protein QKI-6 is a translational repressor.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96: 12605-12610 1999

CGC #3740
Pierce-Shimomura JT;Morse TM;Lockery SR
The fundamental role of pirouettes in Caenorhabditis elegans chemotaxis.
Journal of Neuroscience 19: 9557-9569 1999

CGC #3741
Nakamura A;Yasuda K;Adachi H;Sakurai Y;Ishii N;Goto S
Vitellogenin-6 is a major carbonylated protein in aged nematode,
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications 264: 580-583 1999

CGC #3742
Lackner MR;Nurrish SJ;Kaplan JM
Facilitation of synaptic transmission by EGL-30 G(q)alpha and EGL-8 PLC
beta: DAG binding to UNC-13 is required to stimulate acetylcholine
Neuron 24: 335-346 1999

CGC #3743
Zheng Y;Brockie PJ;Mellem JE;Madsen DM;Maricq AV
Neuronal control of locomotion in C. elegans is modified by a dominant
mutation in the GLR-1 ionotropic glutamate receptor.
Neuron 24: 347-361 1999

CGC #3744
Shim YH
elt-1, a gene encoding a Caenorhabditis elegans GATA transcription
factor, is highly expressed in the germ lines with msp genes as the
potential targets.
Molecules & Cells 9: 535-541 1999

CGC #3745
Bird DM;Opperman CH;Jones SJM;Baillie DL
The Caenorhabditis elegans genome: A guide in the post genomics age.
Annual Review of Phytopathology 37: 247-265 1999

CGC #3746
Richmond JE;Jorgensen EM
One GABA and two acetylcholine receptors function at the C. elegans
neuromuscular junction.
Nature Neuroscience 2: 1-7 1999

CGC #3747
Milne CA;Hodgkin J
ETR-1, a homologue of a protein linked to myotonic dystrophy, is
essential for muscle development in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Biology 9: 1243-1246 1999

CGC #3748
Jagannat S;Laughton DL;Critten CL;Skinner TM;Horoszok L;Wolstenholme AJ
Ligand-gated chloride channel subunits encoded by the Haemonchus
corticus and Ascaris suum orthologues of the Caenorhabditis elegans
GBR-2 (avr-14) gene.
Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 103: 129-140 1999

CGC #3749
Raich WB;Agbunag C;Hardin J
Rapid epithelial-sheet sealing in the Caenorhabditis elegans embryo
requires cadherin-dependent filopodial priming.
Current Biology 9: 1139-1146 1999

CGC #3750
Murakami S;Johnson TE
Life extension and stress resistance in Caenorhabditis elegans modulated
by the tkr-1 gene.
Current Biology 9: R791 1999

CGC #3751
Signor D;Wedaman KP;Orozco JT;Dwyer ND;Bargmann CI;Rose LS;Scholey JM
Role of a class DHC1b dynein in retrograde transport of IFT motors and
IFT raft particles along cilia, but not dendrites, in chemosensory
neurons of living Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Cell Biology 147: 519-530 1999

CGC #3752
Park M;Krause MW
Regulation of postembryonic G1 cell cycle progression in Caenorhabditis
elegans by a cyclin D/CDK-like complex.
Development 126: 4849-4860 1999

CGC #3753
Basham SE;Rose LS
Mutations in ooc-5 and ooc-3 disrupt oocyte formation and the
reestablishment of asymmetric PAR protein localization in two-cell
Caenorhabditis elegans embryos.
Developmental Biology 215: 253-263 1999

CGC #3754
Miyabayashi T;Palfreyman MT;Sluder AE;Slack F;Sengupta P
Expression and function of members of a divergent nuclear receptor
family in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Developmental Biology 215: 314-331 1999

CGC #3755
Knobel KM;Jorgensen EM;Bastiani MJ
Growth cones stall and collapse during axon outgrowth in Caenorhabditis
Development 126: 4489-4498 1999

CGC #3756
Wiegner O;Schierenberg E
Regulative development in a nematode embryo: A hierarchy of cell fate
Developmental Biology 215: 1-12 1999

CGC #3757
Winnier AR;Meir JYJ;Ross JM;Tavernarakis N;Driscoll M;Ishihara T;Katsura
I;Miller DM
UNC-4/UNC-37-dependent repression of motor neuron-specific genes
controls synaptic choice in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genes & Development 12: 2774-2786 1999

CGC #3758
Rappleye CA;Paredez AR;Smith CW;McDonald KL;Aroian RV
The coronin-like protein POD-1 is required for anterior-posterior axis
formation and cellular architecture in the nematode Caenorhabditis
Genes & Development 13: 2838-2851 1999

CGC #3759
Shirasu K;Lahaye T;Tan M-W;Zhou F;Azevedo C;Schulze-Lefert P
A novel class of eukaryotic zinc-binding proteins is required for
disease resistance signaling in barley and development in C. elegans.
Cell 99: 355-366 1999

CGC #3760
Troemel ER;Sagasti A;Bargmann CI
Lateral signaling mediated by axon contact and calcium entry regulates
asymmetric odorant receptor expression in C. elegans.
Cell 99: 387-398 1999

CGC #3761
Fujiwara M;Ishihara T;Katsura I
A novel WD40 protein, CHE-2, acts cell-autonomously in the formation of
C. elegans sensory cilia.
Development 126: 4839-4848 1999

CGC #3762
Subramaniam K;Seydoux G
nos-1 and nos-2, two genes related to Drosophila nanos, regulate
primordial germ cell development and survival in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 126: 4861-4871 1999

CGC #3763
Lin R;Avery L
Policing rogue genes.
Nature 402: 128-129 1999

CGC #3764
Rongo C;Kaplan JM
CaMKII regulates the density of central glutamatergic synapses in vivo.
Nature 402 195-199 1999

CGC #3765
Reiner DJ; Newton EM;Tian H;Thomas JH
Diverse behavioural defects caused by mutations in Caenorhabditis
elegans unc-43 CaM Kinase II.
Nature 402: 199-203 1999

CGC #3766
Cunha A;Azevedo RBR;Emmons SW;Leroi AM
Variable cell number in nematodes.
Nature 402: 253 1999

CGC #3767
Davidson EH;Ruvkun G
Themes from a NASA workshop on gene regulatory processes in development
and evolution.
Journal of Experimental Zoology 285: 104-115 1999

CGC #3768
Peters JM;McKay RM;McKay JP;Graff JM
Casein kinase I transduces Wnt signals.
Nature 401: 345-350 1999

CGC #3769
Caffrey DR;O'Neill LAJ;Shields DC
The evolution of the MAP kinase pathways: Coduplication of interacting
proteins leads to new signaling cascades.
Journal of Molecular Evolution 49: 567-582 1999

CGC #3770
Burglin TR;Aspock G
Exon duplication from a fork head to a homeodomain protein.
Development Genes & Evolution 209: 629-633 1999

CGC #3771
Weinshenker D;Wei AG;Salkoff L;Thomas JH
Block of an ether-a-go-go-like K+ channel by imipramine rescues egl-2
excitation defects in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Neuroscience 19: 9831-9840 1999

CGC #3772
Moore LL;Morrison M;Roth MN
HCP-1, a protein involved in chromosome segregation, is localized to the
centromere of mitotic chromosomes in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Cell Biology 147: 471-479 1999

CGC #3773
Foll RL;Pleyers A;Lewandovski GJ;Wermter C;Hegemann V;Paul RJ
Anaerobiosis in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
124: 269-280 1999

CGC #3774
Yang J;Kramer JM
Proteolytic processing of Caenorhabditis elegans SQT-1 cuticle collagen
is inhibited in right roller mutants whereas cross-linking is inhibited
in left roller mutants.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274: 32744-32749 1999

CGC #3775
Miguel-Aliaga I;Culetto E;Walker DS;Baylis HA;Sattelle DB;Davies KE
The Caenorhabditis elegans orthologue of the human gene responsible for
spinal muscular atrophy is a maternal product critical for germline
maturation and embryonic viability.
Human Molecular Genetics 8: 2133-2143 1999

CGC #3776
Shook DR;Johnson TE
Quantitative trait loci affecting survival and fertility-related traits
in Caenorhabditis elegans show genotype-environment interactions,
pleiotropy and epistasis.
Genetics 153: 1233-1243 1999

CGC #3777
Bosher JM;Dufourcq P;Sookhareea S;Labouesse M
RNA interference can target pre-mRNA: Consequences for gene expression
in a Caenorhabditis elegans operon.
Genetics 153: 1245-1256 1999

CGC #3778
Liu J;Tzou P;Hill RJ;Sternberg PW
Structural requirements for the tissue-specific and tissue-general
functions of the Caenorhabditis elegans epidermal growth factor LIN-3.
Genetics 153: 1257-1269 1999

CGC #3779
Zalevsky J;MacQueen AJ;Duffy JB;Kemphues KJ;Villeneuve AM
Crossing over during Caenorhabditis elegans meiosis requires a conserved
MutS-based pathway that is partially dispensable in budding yeast.
Genetics 153: 1271-1283 1999

CGC #3780
Chow KL;Chan KW
Stress-induced phenocopy of C. elegans defines functional steps of
sensory organ differentiation.
Development Growth & Differentiation 41: 601-609 1999

CGC #3781
Richmond JE;Davis WS;Jorgensen EM
UNC-13 is required for synaptic vesicle fusion in C. elegans.
Nature Neuroscience 2: 959-964 1999

CGC #3782
Aamodt S
Synaptic physiology in C. elegans.
Nature Neuroscience 2: 782 1999

CGC #3783
Loer CM;Davidson B;McKerrow J
A phenylalanine hydroxylase gene from the nematode C. elegans is
expressed in the hypodermis.
Journal of Neurogenetics 13: 157-180 1999

CGC #3784
Popovici C;Roubin R;Coulier F;Pontarotti P;Birnbaum D
The family of Caenorhabditis elegans tyrosine kinase receptors:
Similarities and differences with mammalian receptors.
Genome Research 9: 1026-1039 1999

CGC #3785
Gieseler K;Abdel-Dayem M;Segalat L
In vitro interactions of Caenorhabditis elegans dystrophin with
dystrobrevin and syntrophin.
FEBS Letters 461: 59-62 1999

CGC #3786
Liu QA;Hengartner MO
Human CED-6 encodes a functional homologue of the Caenorhabditis elegans
engulfment protein CED-6.
Current Biology 9: 1347-1350 1999

CGC #3787
Link CD;Cypser JR;Johnson CJ;Johnson TE
Direct observation of stress response in Caenorhabditis elegans using a
reporter transgene.
Cell Stress & Chaperones 4: 235-242 1999

CGC #3787
Takamiya S;Matsui T;Taka H;Murayama K;Matsuda M;Aoki T
Free-living nematodes Caenorhabditis elegans possess in their
mitochondria an additional rhodoquinone, an essential component of the
eukaryotic fumarate reductase system.
Archives of Biochemistry & Biophysics 371: 284-289 1999

CGC #3789
Jacobs D;Glossip D;Xing H;Muslin A;Kornfeld K
Multiple docking sites on substrate proteins form a modular system that
mediates recognition by ERK MAP kinase.
Genes & Development 13: 163-175 1999

CGC #3790
Labrousse AM;Zappaterra MD;Rube DA;van der Bliek AM
C. elegans dynamin-related protein DRP-1 controls severing of the
mitochondrial outer membrane.
Molecular Cell 4: 815-826 1999

CGC #3791
Dhawan R;Dusenbery DB;Williams PL
Comparison of lethality, reproduction, and behavior as toxicological
endpoints in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A 58: 451-462 1999

CGC #3792
Yochem J;Sundaram M;Bucher EA
Mosaic analysis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
"Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 135: Developmental Biology
Protocols", RS Tuan and CW Lo (eds). Humana Press, Inc. Totowa, NJ. 1:
447-462 1999

CGC #3793
Braeckman BP;Vanfleteren JR
Stress-inducible mechanisms of life-span extension in yeast, eubacteria
and metazoans.
Trends in Microbiology 7: 270-271 1999

CGC #3794
Yatin SM;Varadarajan S;Link CD;Butterfield DA
In vitro and in vivo oxidative stress associated with Alzheimer's
amyloid beta-peptide (1-42).
Neurobiology of Aging 20: 325-330 1999

CGC #3795
Lim HH;Park BJ;Choi HS;Park CS;Eom SH;Ahnn J
Identification and characterization of a putative C. elegans potassium
channel gene (Ce-slo-2) distantly related to Ca2+-activated K+ channels.
Gene 240: 35-43 1999

CGC #3796
Roubin R;Naert K;Popovici C;Vatcher G;Coulier F;Thierry-Mieg
J;Pontarotti P;Birnbaum D;Baillie D;Thierry-Mieg D
let-756, A C. elegans FGF essential for worm development.
Oncogene 18: 6741-6747 1999

CGC #3797
Schriever AM;Friedrich T;Pusch M;Jentsch TJ
CLC chloride channels in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274: 4238-4244 1999

CGC #3798
Plowman GD;Sudarsanam S;Bingham J;Whyte D;Hunter T
The protein kinases of Caenorhabditis elegans - A model for signal
transduction in multicellular organisms.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96: 3603-3610 1999

CGC #3799
Hoss S;Haitzer M;Transpunger W;Steinberg CEW
Growth and fertility of Caenorhabditis elegans (Nematoda) in unpolluted
fresh-water sediments - Response to particle-size distribution and
organic content.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 18: 2921-2925 1999

CGC #3800
Ohmachi M;Sugimoto A;Iino Y;Yamamoto M
kel-1, a novel kelch-related gene in Caenorhabditis elegans is expressed
in pharyngeal gland cells and is required for the feeding process.
Genes & Cells 4: 487 1999

CGC #3801
Kao HT;Porton B;Hilfiker S;Stefani G;Pieribone VA;DeSalle R;Greengard P
Molecular evolution of the synapsin gene family.
Journal of Experimental Zoology 285: 360-377 1999

CGC #3802
Haitzer M;Abbt-Braun G;Traunspurger W;Steinberg CEW
Effects of humic substances on the bioconcentration of polycyclic
aromatic hydrocarbons: Correlations with spectroscopic and chemical
properties of humic substances.
Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 18: 2782-2788 1999

CGC #3803
Hope IA
Background on Caenorhabditis elegans.
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 1-15 1999

CGC #3804
Blaxter M
The genome project and sequence homology to other species.
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 17-37 1999

CGC #3805
Thierry-Mieg J;Thierry-Mieg D;Potdevin M;Stein L
C. elegans and the web.
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 39-50 1999

CGC #3806
Stiernagle T
Maintenance of C. elegans.
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 51-67 1999

CGC #3807
Jin Y
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 69-96 1999

CGC #3808
Barstead RJ
Reverse genetics.
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 97-118 1999

CGC #3809
Schnabel R
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 119-141 1999

CGC #3810
Thomas JH;Lockery S
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 143-179 1999

CGC #3811
Mounsey A;Molin L;Hope IA
Gene expression patterns.
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 181-199 1999

CGC #3812
Johnstone IL
Molecular biology.
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 201-225 1999

CGC #3813
Mains PE;McGhee JD
Biochemistry of C. elegans.
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 227-244 1999

CGC #3814
Hodgkin J
Conventional genetics.
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach." IA Hope (ed). Oxford University
Press, NY. : 245-270 1999

CGC #3815
Shaham S;Reddien PW;Davies B;Horvitz HR
Mutational analysis of the Caenorhabditis elegans cell-death gene ced-3.
Genetics 153: 1655-1671 1999

CGC #3816
Petalcorin MIR;Oka T;Koga M;Ogura KI;Wada Y;Ohshima Y;Futai M
Disruption of clh-1, a chloride channel gene, results in a wider body of
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Molecular Biology 294: 347-355 199

CGC #3817
Mazroui R;Pouti A;Kramer A
Splicing factor SF1 from Drosophila and Caenorhabditis: Presence of an
N-terminal RS domain and requirement for viability.
RNA 5: 1615-1631 1999

CGC #3818
Whangbo J;Kenyon C
A Wnt signaling system that specifies two patterns of cell migration in
C. elegans.
Molecular Cell 4: 851-858 1999

CGC #3819
Baylis HA;Furuichi T;Yoshikawa F;Mikoshiba K;Sattelle DB
Inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptors are strongly expressed in the
nervous system, pharynx, intestine, gonad and excretory cell of
Caenorhabditis elegans and are encoded by a single gene (itr-1).
Journal of Molecular Biology 294: 467-476 1999

CGC #3820
Dornan J;Page AP;Taylor P;Wu SY;Winter AD;Husi H;Walkinshaw MD
Biochemical and structural characterization of a divergent loop
cyclophilin from Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274: 24877-24883 1999

CGC #3821
Drickamer K;Dodd RB
C-type lectin-like domains in Caenorhabditis elegans: predictions from
the complete genome sequence.
Glycobiology 9: 1357-1369 1999

CGC #3822
Hsieh J;Liu J;Kostas SA;Chang C;Sternberg PW;Fire A
The RING finger/B-box factor TAM-1 and a retinoblastoma-like protein
LIN-35 modulate context-dependent gene silencing in Caenorhabditis
Genes & Development 13: 2958-2970 1999

CGC #3823
Suprenant KA;Tuxhorn JA:Daggett MAF;Ahrens DP;Hostetler A;Palange JM;Van
Winkle CE;Livingston BT
Conservation of the WD-repeat, microtubule-binding protein, EMAP, in sea
urchins, humans, and the nematode C. elegans.
Development Genes & Evolution 210: 2-10 2000

CGC #3824
Troemel ER
Chemosensory signaling in C. elegans.
BioEssays 21: 1011-1020 1999

CGC #3825
You CH;Mackay EA;Gehrig PM;Hunziker PE;Kagi JHR
Purificatin and characterization of recombinant Caenorhabditis elegans
Archives of Biochemistry & Biophysics 372: 44-52 1999

CGC #3826
Louvetva S;Felix MA
Regulatory cross-talk between gonad and aging in C. elegans.
M S-Medecine Sciences 15: 1293-1294 1999

CGC #3827
Fares H;Greenwald I
SEL-5, a serine-threonine kinase that facilitates lin-12 activity in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 153: 1641-1654 1999

CGC #3828
Rajaram S;Spangler TL;Sedensky MM;Morgan PG
A stomatin and a degenerin interact to control anesthetic activity in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 152: 1673-1682 1999

CGC #3829
Feng H;Zhong WW;Punkosdy G;Gu SB;Zhou L;Seabolt EK;Kipreos ET
cul-2 is required for the G1-to-S-phase transition and mitotic
chromosome condensation in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Nature Cell Biology 1: 486-492 1999

CGC #3830
Kitagawa R;Rose AM
Components of the spindle-assembly checkpoint are essential in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Nature Cell Biology 1: 514-521 1999

CGC #3831
Grant B;Hirsh D
Receptor-mediated endocytosis in the Caenorhabditis elegans oocyte.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 10: 4311-4326 1999

CGC #3832
Cole DG
Kinesin-II, coming and going.
Journal of Cell Biology 147: 463-465 1999

CGC #3833
Thieringer H;Sahota S;Mano I;Driscoll M
C. elegans members of the DEG/ENaC channel superfamily: form and
"Current Topics in Membranes. Amiloride-sensitive sodium channels,
physiology and functional diversity." D. Benos (ed). Academic Press.
47: 297-314 1999

CGC #3834
Thomas JH
Lifespan: The effects of sensory deprivation.
Nature 402: 740-741 1999

CGC #3835
Apfeld J;Kenyon C
Regulation of lifespan by sensory perception in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Nature 402: 804-809 1999

CGC #3836
Zorio DAR;Blumenthal T
Both subunits of U2AF recognize the 3' splice site in Caenorhabditis
Nature 402: 835-838 1999

CGC #3837
Kim SK
Reading the worm genome.
Science 287: 52-53 2000

CGC #3838
Olsen PH;Ambros V
The lin-4 regulatory RNA controls developmental timing in Caenorhabditis
elegans by blocking LIN-14 protein synthesis after the initation of
Developmental Biology 216: 671-680 1999

CGC #3839
Walhout AJM;Sordella R;Lu X;Hartley JL;Temple GF;Brasch MA;Thierry-Mieg
N;Vidal M
Protein interaction mapping in C. elegans using proteins involved in
vulval development.
Science 287: 116-122 2000

CGC #3840
Davis MW;Fleischhauer R;Dent JA;Joho RH;Avery L
A mutation in the C. elegans EXP-2 potassium channel that alters feeding
Science 286: 2501-2504 1999

CGC #3841
Blelloch R;Santa Anna-Arriola S;Gao D;Li Y;Hodgkin J;Kimble J
The gon-1 gene is required for gonadal morphogenesis in Caenorhabditis
Developmental Biology 216: 382-393 1999

CGC #3842
Leung B;Hermann GJ;Priess JR
Organogenesis of the Caenorhabditis elegans intestine.
Developmental Biology 216: 114-134 1999

CGC #3843
Chin-Sang ID;George SE;Ding M;Moseley SL;Lynch AS;Chisholm AD
The ephrin VAB-2/EFN-1 functions in neuronal signaling to regulate
epidermal morphogenesis in C. elegans.
Cell 99: 781-790 1999

CGC #3844
Lints R;Emmons SW
Patterning of dopaminergic neurotransmitter identity among
Caenorhabditis elegans ray sensory neurons by a TGFB family signaling
pathway and a Hox gene.
Development 126: 5819-5831 1999

CGC #3845
Chitwood DJ
Biochemistry and function of nematode steroids.
Critical Reviews in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 34: 273-284 1999

CGC #3846
Hu KJ;Li JX;Webster JM
Nematicidal metabolites produced by Photorhabdus luminescens
(Enterobacteriaceae), bacterial symbiont of entomopathogenic nematodes.
Nematology 1: 457-469 1999

CGC #3847
Baird SE
Natural and experimental associations of Caenorhabditis remanei with
Trachelipus rathkii and other terrestrial isopods.
Nematology 1: 471-475 1999

CGC #3848
Tavernarakis N;Driscoll M;Kyrpides NC
The SPFH domain: a universal motif in stomatins and other
membrane-associated proteins implicated in regulating targeted protein
Trends in Biochemical Sciences 24: 425-427 1999

CGC #3849
Herndon LA;Driscoll M
Contributions of cell death to aging in C. elegans.
"Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation. Molecular Biology of
Aging." S. Hekimi (ed). Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg. 29: 113-129

CGC #3850
Newman AP;Acton GZ;Hartwieg E;Horvitz HR;Sternberg PW
The lin-11 LIM domain transcription factor is necessary for
morphogenesis of C. elegans uterine cells.
Development 126: 5319-5326 1999

CGC #3851
Koga M;Take-uchi M;Tameishi T;Ohshima Y
Control of DAF-7 TGF-B expression and neuronal process development by a
receptor tyrosine kinase KIN-8 in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 126: 5387-5398 1999

CGC #3852
Surzycki SA;Belknap WR
Repetitive-DNA elements are similarly distributed on Caenorhabditis
elegans autosomes.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 97: 245-249 2000

CGC #3853
Johnstone IL
Cuticle collagen genes: expression in C. elegans.
Trends in Genetics 16: 21-27 2000

CGC #3854
Patterson GI;Padgett RW
TGFB-related pathways: roles in Caenorhabditis elegans development.
Trends in Genetics 16: 27-33 2000

CGC #3855
Aravind L;Subramanian G
Origin of multicellular eukaryotes - insights from proteome comparisons.
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 9: 688-694 1999

CGC #3856
Karandikar M;Cobb MH
Scaffolding and protein interactions in MAP kinase modules.
Cell Calcium 26: 219-226 1999

CGC #3857
Labbe JC;Hekimi S;Rokeach LA
A possible link between posttranslational processing of ROP-1 and
cleavage of the RoRNP-associated Y RNA during Caenorhabditis elegans
larval development.
Biochemistry & Cell Biology 77: 400-401 1999

CGC #4072
Hope IA (ed)
"C. elegans. A Practical Approach."
Oxford University Press, NY. : 1-281 1999