Worm Breeder's Gazette 16(5): 5 (February 1, 2001)

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Theresa Stiernagle, Bob Herman

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

CGC #4287
Baillie DL;Rose AR
WABA Success: A tool for sequence comparison between large genomes.
Genome Research 10: 1071-1073 2000

CGC #4288
Chauvet S;Ewbank JJ
Caenorhabditis elegans: un model d'etude des interactions hote-organisme
M S-Medicine Sciences 16: 912-916 2000

CGC #4289
Moss EG
Non-coding RNAs: Lightning strikes twice.
Current Biology 10: R436-R439 2000

CGC #4290
Sugimoto A;Karashima T;Yamamoto M
Regulation of gametogenesis and meiosis in the nematode C. elegans.
Journal of Reproduction and Development 46S: 25-26 2000

CGC #4291
Strippoli P;Lenzi L;Petrini M;Carinci P;Zannotti M
A new gene family including DSCR1 (Down Syndrome Candidate Region 1) and
ZAKI-4: Characterization from yeast to human and identification of
DSCR1-like 2, a novel human member (DSCR1L2).
Genomics 64: 252-263 2000

CGC #4292
Azevedo RBR;Cunha A;Emmons SW;Leroi AM
The demise of the Platonic worm.
Nematology 2: 71-79 2000

CGC #4293
Lacenere CJ;Sternberg PW
Regulation of EGF receptor signaling in the fruitfly D. melanogaster and
the nematode C. elegans.
Breast Disease 11: 19-30 2000

CGC #4294
Melov S;Ravenscroft J;Malik S;Gill MS;Walker DW;Clayton PE;Wallace
DC;Malfroy B;Doctrow SR;Lithgow GJ
Extension of life-span with superoxide dismutase/catalase mimetics.
Science 289: 1567-1569 2000

CGC #4295
Shingai R
Durations and frequencies of free locomotion in wild type and GABAergic
mutants of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Neuroscience Research 38: 71-83 2000

CGC #4296
Miller KG;Emerson MD;McManus JR;Rand JB
RIC-8(synembryn): A novel conserved protein that is required for
G(q)alpha signaling in the C. elegans nervous system.
Neuron 27: 289-299 2000

CGC #4297
Evans D;Blumenthal T
Trans splicing of polycistronic Caenorhabditis elegans pre-mRNAs:
Analysis of the SL2 RNA.
Molecular & Cellular Biology 20: 6659-6667 2000

CGC #4298
Wergin WP;Yaklich RW;Carta LK;Erbe EF;Murphy CA
Effect of an ice-nucleating activity agent on subzero survival of
nematode juveniles.
Journal of Nematology 32: 198-204 2000

CGC #4299
Tcherepanova I;Bhattacharyya L;Rubin CS;Freedman JH
Aspartic proteases from the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans - Structural
organization and development and cell-specific expression of asp-1.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275: 26359-26369 2000

CGC #4300
Grant K;Hanna-Rose W;Han M
sem-4 promotes vulval cell fate determination in Caenorhabditis elegans
through regulation of lin-39 hox.
Developmental Biology 224: 496-506 2000

CGC #4301
Smardon A;Spoerke JM;Stacey SC;Klein ME;Mackin N;Maine EM
EGO-1 is related to RNA-directed RNA polymerase and functions in
germline development and RNA interference in C. elegans.
Current Biology 10: R393-R394 2000

CGC #4302
Coates D;Siviter R;Isaac RE
Exploring the Caenorhabditis elegans and Drosophila melanogaster genomes
to understand neuropeptide and peptidase function.
Biochemical Society Transactions 28: 464-469 2000

CGC #4303
Speliotes EK;Uren A;Vaux D;Horvitz HR
The survivin-like C. elegans BIR-1 protein acts with the aurora-like
kinase AIR-2 to affect chromosomes and the spindle midzone.
Molecular Cell 6: 211-223 2000

CGC #4304
Reese KJ;Dunn MA;Waddle JA;Seydoux G
Asymmetric segregation of PIE-1 in C. elegans is mediated by two
complementary mechanisms that act through separate PIE-1 protein
Molecular Cell 6: 445-455 2000

CGC #4305
Chauvet S;Ewbank JJ
The use of Caenorhabditis elegans to study host-pathogen interactions.
M S-Medecine Sciences 2000

CGC #4306
Lane MA
Metabolic mechanisms of longevity: Caloric restriction in mammals and
longevity mutations in Caenorhabditis elegans: A common pathway?
Age 23: 1-7 2000

CGC #4307
Rabin Y;Podbilewicz B
Temperature-controlled microscopy for imaging living cells: apparatus,
thermal analysis and temperature dependency of embryonic elongation in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Microscopy 199: 214-223 2000

CGC #4308
del Peso L;Gonzalez VM;Inohara N;Ellis RE;Nunez G
Disruption of the CED-9*CED-4 complex by EGL-1 is a critical step for
programmed cell death in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275: 27205-27211 2000

CGC #4309
Satoh A;Hazuki M;Kojima K;Hirabayashi J;Matsumoto I
Ligand-binding properties of annexin from Caenorhabditis elegans
(annexin XVI, Nex-1).
Journal of Biochemistry 128: 377-381 2000

CGC #4310
Daniels SA;Ailion M;Thomas JH;Sengupta P
egl-4 acts through a transforming growth factor-beta/SMAD pathway in
Caenorhabditis elegans to regulate multiple neuronal circuits in
response to sensory cues.
Genetics 156: 123-141 2000

CGC #4311
Keightley PD;Davies EK;Peters AD;Shaw RG
Properties of ethylmethane sulfonate-induced mutations affecting
life-history traits in Caenorhabditis elegans and inferences about
bivariate distributions of mutation effects.
Genetics 156: 143-154 2000

CGC #4312
Zhang H;Emmons SW
A C. elegans mediator protein confers regulatory selectivity on
lineage-specific expression of a transcription factor gene.
Genes & Development 14: 2161-2172 2000

CGC #4313
Mitrovich QM;Anderson P
Unproductively spliced ribosomal protein mRNAs are natural targets of
mRNA surveillance in C. elegans.
Genes & Development 14: 2173-2184 2000

CGC #4314
Beitel GJ;Lambie EJ;Horvitz HR
The C. elegans gene lin-9, which acts in an Rb-related pathway, is
required for gonadal sheath cell development and encodes a novel
Gene 254: 253-263 2000

CGC #4315
Hermann GJ;Leung B;Priess JR
Left-right asymmetry in C. elegans intestine organogenesis involves a
LIN-12/Notch signaling pathway.
Development 127: 3429-3440 2000

CGC #4316
Hanna-Rose W;Han M
Getting signals crossed in C. elegans.
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 10: 523-528 2000

CGC #4317
Ledwich D;Wu YC;Driscoll M;Xue D
Analysis of programmed cell death in the nematode Caenorhabditis
Apoptosis 322: 76-88 2000

CGC #4318
Yu G;Nishimura M;Arawaka S;Levitan D;Zhang LL;Tandon A;Song YQ;Rogaeva
E;Chen FS;Kawaral T;Supala A;Levesque L;Yu H;Yang DS;Holmes E;Millman
P;Liang Y;Zhang DM;Xu DH;Sato C;Rogaev E;Smith M;Janus C...
Nicastrin modulates presenilin-mediated notch/glp-1 signal transduction
and beta APP processing.
Nature 407: 48-54 2000

CGC #4319
Guipponi M;Brunschwig K;Chamoun Z;Scott HS;Shibuya K;Kudoh J;Delezoide
AL;El Samadi S;Chettouh Z;Rossier C;Shimizu N;Mueller F;Delabar
JM;Antonarakis SE
C21orf5, a novel human chromosome 21 gene, has a Caenorhabditis elegans
ortholog (pad-1) required for embryonic patterning.
Genomics 68: 30-40 2000

CGC #4320
Pace HC;Hodawadekar SC;Draganescu A;Huang J;Bieganowski P;Pekarsky
Y;Croce CM;Brenner C
Crystal structure of the worm NitFhit Rosetta Stone protein reveals a
Nit tetramer binding two Fhit dimers.
Current Biology 10: 907-917 2000

CGC #4321
McGhee JD
Homologous tails?  Or tales of homology?
BioEssays 22: 781-785 2000

CGC #4322
Plasterk RHA;Ketting RF
The silence of the genes.
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 10: 562-567 2000

CGC #4323
Berkowitz LA;Strome S
MES-1, a protein required for unequal divisions of the germline in early
C. elegans embryos, resembles receptor tyrosine kinases and is localized
to the boundary between the germline and gut cells.
Development 127: 4419-4431 2000

CGC #4324
Yi W;Ross JM;Zarkower D
mab-3 is a direct tra-1 target gene regulating diverse aspects of C.
elegans male sexual development and behavior.
Development 127: 4469-4480 2000

CGC #4325
Domeier ME;Morse DP;Knight SW;Portereiko M;Bass BL;Mango SE
A link between RNA interference and nonsense-mediated decay in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Science 289: 1928-1930 2000

CGC #4326
Aoki H;Sato S;Takanami T;Ishihara T;Katsura I;Takahashi H;Higashitani A
Characterization of Ce-atl-1, an ATM-like gene from Caenorhabditis
Molecular & General Genetics 264: 119-126 2000

CGC #4327
McGaw LJ;Jager AK;van Staden J
Antibacterial, anthelmintic and anti-amoebic activity in South African
medicinal plants.
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 72: 247-263 2000

CGC #4328
Quimby BB;Lamitina T;L'Hernault SW;Corbett AH
The mechanism of Ran import into the nucleus by nuclear transport factor
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275: 28575-28582 2000

CGC #4329
Asahina M;Ishihara T;Jindra M;Kohara Y;Katsura I;Hirose S
The conserved nuclear receptor Ftz-F1 is required for embryogenesis,
moulting and reproduction in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genes to Cells 5: 711-723 2000

CGC #4300
Vassilieva LL;Hook AM;Lynch M
The fitness effects of spontaneous mutations in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Evolution 54: 1234-1246 2000

CGC #4331
Iwasaki K;Toyonaga R
The Rab3 GDP/GTP exchange factor homolog AEX-3 has a duel function in
synaptic transmission.
EMBO Journal 19: 4806-4816 2000

CGC #4332
Chamberlin HM
Nematode development: An evolutionary fugue.
Current Biology 10: R631-R633 2000

CGC #4333
Bowerman B
Embryonic polarity: Protein stability in asymmetric cell division.
Current Biology 10: R637-R641 2000

CGC #4334
Nasrin N;Ogg S;Cahill CM;Biggs W;Nui S;Dore J;Calvo D;Shi Y;Ruvkun
G;Alexander-Bridges MC
DAF-16 recruits the CREB-binding protein coactivator complex to the
insulin-like growth factor binding protein 1 promoter in HEPG2 cells.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 97: 10412-10417 2000

CGC #4335
Quarmby L
Cellular Samurai: katanin and the severing of microtubules.
Journal of Cell Science 113: 2821-2827 2000

CGC #4336
Raff JW
Nuclear migration: the missing (L)UNC?
Current Biology 9: R708-R710 1999

CGC #4337
Bejsovec A
Signal transduction: Wnt signalling shows its versatility.
Current Biology 9: R684-R687 1999

CGC #4338
Manton K
Journal of Gerontology 53A: B404-B405 1998

CGC #4339
Lee KK;Gruenbaum Y;Spann P;Liu J;Wilson KL
C. elegans nuclear envelope proteins emerin, MAN1, lamin, and
nucleoporins reveal unique timing of nuclear envelope breakdown during
Molecular Biology of the Cell 11: 3089-3099 2000

CGC #4340
Zallen JA;Peckol EL;Tobin DM;Bargmann CI
Neuronal cell shape and neurite initiation are regulated by the Ndr
kinase SAX-1, a member of the Orb6/COT-1/Warts serine/threonine kinase
Molecular Biology of the Cell 11: 3177-3190 2000

CGC #4341
Oka T;Futai M
Requirement of V-ATPase for ovulation and embryogenesis in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275: 29556-29561 2000

CGC #4342
LeBlanc MD;Aspeslagh G;Buggia NP;Dyer BD
An annotated catalog of inverted repeats of Caenorhabditis elegans
chromosomes III and X, with observations concerning odd/even biases and
conserved motifs.
Genome Research 10: 1381-1392 2000

CGC #4343
Malik HS;Henikoff S;Eickbush TH
Poised for contagion: Evolutionary origins of the infectious abilities
of invertebrate retroviruses.
Genome Research 10: 1307-1318 2000

CGC #4344
Yuan A;Dourado M;Butler A;Walton N;Wei A;Salkoff L
SLO-2, a K+ channel with an unusual Cl- dependence.
Nature Neuroscience 3: 771-779 2000

CGC #4345
Wixon J;Blaxter M;Hope I;Barstead R;Kim S
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Yeast 17: 37-42 2000

CGC #4346
Pinder JC;Baines AJ
A protein accumulator.
Nature 406: 253-254 2000

CGC #4347
Denver DR;Morris K;Lynch M;Vassilieva LL;Thomas WK
High direct estimate of the mutation rate in the mitochondrial genome of
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Science 289: 2342-2344 2000

CGC #4348
Bulik DA;Wei G;Toyoda H;Kinoshita-Toyoda A;Waldrip WR;Esko JD;Robbins
PW;Selleck SB
sqv-3, -7, and -8, a set of genes affecting morphogenesis in
Caenorhabditis elegans, encode enzymes required for glycosaminoglycan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 97: 10838-10843 2000

CGC #4349
Reinke V;Smith HE;Nance J;Wang J;Van Doren C;Begley R;Jones SJM;Davis
EB;Scherer S;Ward S;Kim SK
A global profile of germline expression in C. elegans.
Molecular Cell 6: 605-616 2000

CGC #4350
Sawa H;Kouike H;Okano H
Components of the SWI/SNF complex are required for asymmetric cell
division in C. elegans.
Molecular Cell 6: 617-624 2000

CGC #4351
Kaltenbach L;Horner MA;Rothman JH;Mango SE
The TBP-like factor CeTLF is required to activate RNA polymerase II
transcription during C. elegans embryogenesis.
Molecular Cell 6: 705-713 2000

CGC #4352
Dantonel JC;Quintin S;Lakatos L;Labouesse M;Tora L
TBP-like factor is required for embryonic RNA polymerase II
transcription in C. elegans.
Molecular Cell 6: 715-722 2000

CGC #4353
Van Voorhies WA;Ward S
Broad oxygen tolerance in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Experimental Biology 203: 2467-2478 2000

CGC #4354
Morgan PG;Radke GW;Sedensky MM
Effects of nonimmobilizers and halothane on Caenorhabditis elegans.
Anesthesia & Analgesia 91: 1007-1012 2000

CGC #4355
Walker RJ;Franks CJ;Pemberton D;Rogers C;Holden-Dye L
Physiological and pharmacological studies on nematodes.
Acta Biologica Hungarica 51: 379-394 2000

CGC #4356
Wolkow CA;Kimura KD;Lee MS;Ruvkun G
Regulation of C. elegans life-span by insulinlike signaling in the
nervous system.
Science 290: 147-150 2000

CGC #4357
Meier P;Finch A;Evan G
Apoptosis in development.
Nature 407: 796-801 2000

CGC #4358
Cassata G;Kuhn F;Witmer A;Kirchhofer R;Burglin TR
A steep thermal gradient thermotaxis assay for the nematode
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genesis 27: 141-144 2000

CGC #4359
Hood TE;Calabrese EJ;Zuckerman BM
Detection of an estrogen receptor in two nematode species and inhibition
of binding and development by environmental chemicals.
Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety 47: 74-81 2000

CGC #4360
Cassata G;Rohrig S;Kuhn F;Hauri HP;Baumeister R;Burglin TR
The Caenorhabditis elegans Ldb/NLI/Clim orthologue ldb-1 is required for
neuronal function.
Developmental Biology 226: 45-56 2000

CGC #4361
Tam T;Mathews E;Snutch TP;Schafer WR
Voltage-gated calcium channels direct neuronal migration in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Developmental Biology 226: 104-117 2000

CGC #4362
Branda CS;Stern MJ
Mechanisms controlling sex myoblast migration in Caenorhabditis elegans
Developmental Biology 226: 137-151 2000

CGC #4363
Jones D;Candido EPM
The NED-8 conjugating system in Caenorhabditis elegans is required for
embryogenesis and terminal differentiation of the hypodermis.
Developmental Biology 226: 152-165 2000

CGC #4364
Meesapyodsuk D;Reed DW;Savile CK;Buist PH;Ambrose SJ;Covello PS
Characterization of the regiochemistry and cryptoregiochemistry of a
Caenorhabditis elegans fatty acid desaturase (FAT-1) expressed in
Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Biochemistry 39: 11948-11954 2000

CGC #4365
Conradt B
Programmed cell death and its regulation and initiation in C. elegans.
Ernst Schering Research Foundation Workshop 29: 35-55 2000

CGC #4366
Jansen G;Thijssen KL;Werner P;van der Horst M;Hazendonk E;Plasterk RH
The heterotrimeric G protein genes of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Ernst Schering Research Foundation Workshop 29: 13-34 2000

CGC #4367
Gerstein M;Lin J;Hegyi H
Protein folds in the worm genome.
Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing : 30-41 2000

CGC #4368
Doerks T;Bork P;Kamberov E;Makarova O;Muecke S;Margolis B
L27, a novel heterodimerization domain in receptor targeting proteins
Lin-2 and Lin-7.
Trends in Biochemical Sciences 25: 317-318 2000

CGC #4369
Brown NH
An integrin chicken and egg problem: which comes first, the
extracellular matrix or the cytoskeleton?
Current Opinion in Cell Biology 12: 629-633 2000

CGC #4370
Zhang DM;Levitan D;Yu G;Nishimura M;Chen FS;Tandon A;Kawarai T;Arawaka
S;Supala A;Song YQ;Rogaeva E;Liang Y;Holmes E;Milman P;Sato C;Zhang
LL;St. George-Hyslop P
Mutation of conserved N-terminal cysteine (Cys92) of human presenilin 1
causes increased A beta(42) secretion in mammalian cells but impaired
Notch/lin-12 signalling in C. elegans.
Neuroreport 11: 3227-3230 2000

CGC #4371
Pilon M;Peng XR;Spence AM;Plasterk RHA;Dosch HM
The diabetes autoantigen ICA69 and its Caenorhabditis elegans homologue,
ric-19, are conserved regulators of neuroendocrine secretion.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 11: 3277-3288 2000

CGC #4372
Kohn RE;Duerr JS:McManus JR;Duke A;Rakow TL;Maruyama H;Moulder
G;Maruyama IN;Barstead RJ;Rand JB
Expression of multiple UNC-13 proteins in the Caenorhabditis elegans
nervous system.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 11: 3441-3452 2000

CGC #4373
Schierenberg E
New approaches to a better understanding of nematode phylogeny:
molecular and developmental studies.
Journal of Zoological Systematics & Evolutionary Research 38: 129-132

CGC #4374
Braeckman BP;Houthoofd K;Vanfleteren JR
Patterns of metabolic activity during aging of the wild type and
longevity mutants of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Age 23: 55-73 2000

CGC #4375
Thaden JJ;Reis RJS
Ammonia, respiration, and longevity in nematodes: Insights on metabolic
regulation of life span from temporal rescaling.
Age 23: 75-84 2000

CGC #4376
Kunkel MT;Johnstone DB;Thomas JH;Salkoff L
Mutants of a temperature-sensitive two-P domain potassium channel.
Journal of Neuroscience 20: 7517-7524 2000

CGC #4377
Kelly KO;Dernburg AF;Stanfield GM;Villeneuve AM
Caenorhabditis elegans msh-5 is required for both normal and
radiation-induced meiotic crossing-over but not for completion of
Genetics 156: 617-630 2000

CGC #4378
Hoppe PE;Waterston RH
A region of the myosin rod important for interaction with paramyosin in
Caenorhabditis elegans striated muscle.
Genetics 156: 631-643 2000

CGC #4379
Sarafi-Reinach TR;Sengupta P
The forkhead domain gene unc-130 generates chemosensory neuron diversity
in C. elegans.
Genes & Development 14: 2472-2485 2000

CGC #4380
Nash B;Colavita A;Zheng H;Roy PJ;Culotti JG
The Forkhead transcription factor UNC-130 is required for the graded
spatial expression of the UNC-129 TGF-beta guidance factor in C.
Genes & Development 14: 2486-2500 2000

CGC #4381
Koga M;Zwaal R;Guan KL;Avery L;Ohshima Y
A Caenorhabditis elegans MAP kinase kinase, MEK-1, is involved in stress
EMBO Journal 19: 5148-5156 2000

CGC #4382
Fay DS;Han M
Mutations in cye-1, a Caenorhabditis elegans cyclin E homolog, reveal
coordination between cell-cycle control and vulval development.
Development 127: 4049-4060 2000

CGC #4383
Gieseler K;Grisoni K;Segalat L
Genetic suppression of phenotypes arising from mutations in
dystrophin-related genes in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Biology 10: 1092-1097 2000

CGC #4383
Michaux G;Gansmuller A;Hindelang C;Labouesse, M
CHE-14, a protein with a sterol-sensing domain, is required for apical
sorting in C. elegans ectodermal epithelial cells.
Current Biology 10: 1098-1107 2000

CGC #4385
Mohler WA;Squirrell JM
Multiphoton imaging of embryonic development.
"Imaging Neurons: A Laboratory Manual."  R Yuste, F Lanni, A Konnerth
(eds); Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. :
21.1-21.11 2000

CGC #4386
Hill AA;Hunter CP;Tsung BT;Tucker-Kellogg G;Brown EL
Genomic analysis of gene expression in C. elegans.
Science 290: 809-812 2000

CGC #4387
Ding L;Candido EPM
Association of several small heat-shock proteins with reproductive
tissues in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Biochemical Journal 351: 13-17 2000

CGC #4388
Lee YS;Park YS;Nam S;Suh SJ;Lee J;Kaang BK;Cho NJ
Characterization of GAR-2, a novel G protein-linked acetylcholine
receptor from Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Neurochemistry 75: 1800-1809 2000

CGC #4389
Kaitna S;Mendoza M;Jantsch-Plunger V;Glotzer M
Incenp and an Aurora-like kinase form a complex essential for chromosome
segregation and efficient completion of cytokinesis.
Current Biology 10: 1172-1181 2000

CGC #4390
Burglin TR
A two channel four-dimensional image recording and viewing system with
automatic drift correction.
Journal of Microscopy 200: 75-80 2000

CGC #4391
Nakamura Y;Miura K;Fujino Y;Iwao H;Ogita S;Yamanaka S
Evolution, structure, and expression of GNPI/Oscillin orthologous genes.
Genomics 68: 179-186 2000

CGC #4392
Gruenbaum Y
The nuclear lamina: new insights from worms and flies.
Cellular & Molecular Biology Letters 5: 244 2000

CGC #4393
Feany MB
Studying human neurodegenerative diseases in flies and worms.
Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology 59: 847-856 2000

CGC #4394
Liu CY;Schroder M;Kaufman RJ
Ligand-independent dimerization activates the stress response kinases
IRE1 and PERK in the lumen of the endoplasmic reticulum.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275: 24881-24885 2000

CGC #4395
Gurvitz A;Langer S;Piskacek M;Hamilton B;Ruis H;Hartig A
Predicting the function and subcellular location of Caenorhabditis
elegans proteins similar to Saccharomyces cerevisiae beta-oxidation
Yeast 17: 188-200 2000

CGC #4396
Luitjens C;Gallegos M;Kraemer B;Kimble J;Wickens M
CPEB proteins control two key steps in spermatogenesis in C. elegans.
Genes & Development 14: 2596-2609 2000

CGC #4397
Parrish J;Metters H;Chen L;Xue D
Demonstration of the in vivo interaction of key cell death regulators by
structure-based design of second-site suppressors.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 97: 11916-11921 2000

CGC #4398
Johnson TE;Cypser J;de Castro E;de Castro S;Henderson S;Murakami S;Rikke
B;Tedesco P;Link C
Gerontogenes mediate health and longevity in nematodes through
increasing resistance to environmental toxins and stressors.
Experimental Gerontology 35: 687-694 2000

CGC #4399
Pasquinelli AE;Reinhart BJ;Slack F;Martindale MQ;Kuroda MI;Maller
B;Hayward DC;Ball EE;Degnan B;Muller P;Spring J;Srinivasan A;Fishman
M;Finnerty J;Corbo J;Levine M;Leahy P;Davidson E;Ruvkun G
Conservation of the sequence and temporal expression of let-7
heterochronic regulatory RNA.
Nature 408: 86-89 2000

CGC #4400
Wallenfang MR;Seydoux G
Polarization of the anterior-posterior axis of C. elegans is a
microtubule-directed process.
Nature 408: 89-92 2000

CGC #4401
Khatchatouriants A;Lewis A;Rothman Z;Loew L;Treinin M
GFP is a selective non-linear optical sensor of electrophysiological
processes in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Biophysical Journal 79: 2345-2352 2000

CGC #4402
Fraser AG;Kamath RS;Zipperlen P;Martinez-Campos M;Sohrmann M;Ahringer J
Functional genomic analysis of C. elegans chromosome I by systematic RNA
Nature 408: 325-330 2000

CGC #4403
Gonczy P;Echeverri C;Oegema K;Coulson A;Jones SJM;Copley RR;Duperon
J;Oegema J;Brehm M;Cassin E;Hannak E;Kirkham M;Pichler S;Flohrs
K;Goessen A;Leidel S;Alleaume AM;Martin C;Ozlu N;Bork P;Hymann AA
Functional genomic analysis of cell division in C. elegans using RNAi of
genes on chromosome III.
Nature 408: 331-336 2000

CGC #4404
Inoue T;Thomas JH
Suppressors of transforming growth factor beta pathway mutants in the
Caenorhabditis elegans dauer formation pathway.
Genetics 156: 1035-1046 2000

CGC #4405
Ailion M;Thomas JH
Dauer formation induced by high temperatures in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 156: 1047-1067 2000

CGC #4406
Robatzek M;Thomas JH
Calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II regulates Caenorhabditis
elegans locomotion in concert with G(o)/G(q) signaling network.
Genetics 156: 1069-1082 2000

CGC #4407
Nilsson L;Tiensuu T;Tuck S
Caenorhabditis elegans lin-25: A study of its role in multiple cell fate
specification events involving ras and the identification and
characterization of evolutionarily conserved domains.
Genetics 156: 1083-1096 2000

CGC #4408
Eisenmann DM;Kim SK
Protruding vulva mutants identify novel loci and Wnt signaling factors
that function during Caenorhabditis elegans vulva development.
Genetics 156: 1097-1116 2000

CGC #4309
Hallam S;Singer E;Waring D;Jin YS
The C. elegans NeuroD homolog cnd-1 functions in multiple aspects of
motor neuron fate specification.
Development 127: 4239-4252 2000

CGC #4410
Chamberlin JS;Benian GM
Muscular dystrophy: the worm turns to genetic disease.
Current Biology 10: R795-R797 2000

CGC #4411
Ankeny RA
Fashioning descriptive models in biology: Of worms and wiring diagrams.
Philosophy of Science 67: S260-S272 2000

CGC #4412
Schaffner KF
Behavior at the organismal and molecular levels: The case of C. elegans.
Philosophy of Science 67: S273-S288 2000

CGC #4413
Takanami T;Mori A;Takahashi H;Higashitani A
Hyper-resistance of meiotic cells to radiation due to a strong
expression of a single recA-like gene in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Nucleic Acids Research 28: 4232-4236 2000

CGC #4414
Kang SH;Kramer JM
Nidogen is nonessential and not required for normal type IV collagen
localization in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 11: 3911-3923 2000

CGC #4415
Ranganathan R;Cannon SC;Horvitz HR
MOD-1 is a serotonin-gated chloride channel that modulates locomotory
behaviour in C. elegans.
Nature 408: 470-475 2000

CGC #4416
Liu J;Ben-Shahar TR;Riemer D;Treinin M;Spann P;Weber K;Fire A;Gruenbaum
Essential roles for Caenorhabditis elegans lamin gene in nuclear
organization, cell cycle progression, and spatial organization of
nuclear pore complexes.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 11: 3937-3947 2000

CGC #4417
Yoon CH;Chang C;Hopper NA;Lesa GM;Sternberg PM
Requirements of multiple domains of SLI-1, a Caenorhabditis elegans
homologue of c-Cbl, and an inhibitory tyrosine in LET-23 in regulating
vulval differentiation.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 11: 4019-4031 2000

CGC #4418
Remm M;Sonnhammer E
Classification of transmembrane protein families in the Caenorhabditis
elegans genome and identification of human orthologs.
Genome Research 10: 1679-1689 2000

CGC #4419
Koch R;van Luenen HGAM;van der Horst M;Thijssen KL;Plasterk RHA
Single nucleotide polymorphisms in wild isolates of Caenorhabditis
Genome Research 10: 1690-1696 2000

CGC #4420
Chase D;Golden A;Heidecker G;Ferris DK
Caenorhabditis elegans contains a third Polo-like kinase gene.
DNA Sequence 11: 327-344 2000

CGC #4421
Norman KR;Moerman DG
The let-268 locus of Caenorhabditis elegans encodes a procollagen lysyl
hydroxylase that is essential for type IV collagen secretion.
Developmental Biology 27: 690-705 2000

CGC #4422
Snow MI;Larsen PL
Structure and expression of daf-12: a nuclear hormone receptor with
three isoforms that are involved in development and aging in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Gene Structure & Expression 1494:
104-116 2000

CGC #4423
Nehrke K;Begenisich T;Pilato J;Melvin JE
Model organisms: New insights into ion channel and transporter function.
Caenorhabditis elegans ClC-type chloride channels: novel variants and
functional expression.
Americal Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology 279: C2052-C2066 2000

CGC #4424
Marcotte EM;Xenarios I;van der Bliek AM;Eisenberg D
Localizing proteins in the cell from their phylogenetic profiles.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 97: 12115-12120 2000

CGC #4425
Guarente L;Kenyon C
Genetic pathways that regulate ageing in model organisms.
Nature 408: 255-262 2000

CGC #4426
Terskikh A;Fradkov A;Ermakova G;Zaraisky A;Tan P;Kajava AV;Zhao
X;Lukyanov S;Matz M;Kim S;Weissman I;Siebert P
"Fluorescent timer": Protein that changes color with time.
Science 290: 1585-1588 2000

CGC #4427
McGuire AM;Church GM
Predicting regulons and their cis-regulatory motifs by comparative
Nucleic Acids Research 28: 4523-4530 2000

CGC #4428
Michel F;Schumperli D;Muller B
Specificities of Caenorhabditis elegans and human hairpin binding
proteins for the first nucleotide in the histone mRNA hairpin loop.
RNA 6: 1539-1550 2000

CGC #4429
Labbe JC;Burgess J;Rokeach LA;Hekimi S
ROP-1, an RNA quality-control pathway component, affects Caenorhabditis
elegans dauer formation.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 97: 13233-13238 2000

CGC #4430
Cizeau J;Ray J;Chen G;Gietz RD;Greenberg AH
The C. elegans orthologue ceBNIP3 interacts with CED-9 and CED-3 but
kills through a BH3- and caspase-independent mechanism.
Oncogene 19: 5453-5463 2000

CGC #4431
Parrish S;Fleenor J;Xu SQ;Mello C;Fire A
Functional anatomy of a dsRNA trigger: Differential requirement for the
two trigger strands in RNA interference.
Molecular Cell 6: 1077-1087 2000

CGC #4432
Williams PL;Anderson GL;Johnstone JL;Nunn AD;Tweedle MF;Wedeking P
Caenorhabditis elegans as an alternative animal species.
Journal of Toxicology & Environmental Health. Part A 61: 641-647 2000

CGC #4433
Zahn TR;MacMorris MA;Dong W;Day R;Hutton JC
IDA-1, a Caenorhabditis elegans homolog of the diabetic autoantigens
IA-2 and phogrin, is expressed in peptidergic neurons in the worm.
Journal of Comparative Neurology 429: 127-143 2000

CGC #4434
de Pomerai D;Daniells C;David H;Allan J;Duce I;Mutwakil M;Thomas
D;Sewell P;Tattersall J;Jones D;Candido P
Microwave radiation induces a heat-shock response and enhances growth in
the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory & Techniques 48: 2076-2081 2000

CGC #4435
Kagoshima H;Sommer R;Reinhart BJ;Cassata G;Ruvkun G;Burglin TR
Graded expression of ceh-14 reporters in the hypodermis is induced by a
gonadal signal.
Development Genes & Evolution 210: 264-269 2000

CGC #4436
Whangbo J;Harris J;Kenyon C
Multiple levels of regulation specify the polarity of an asymmetric cell
division in C. elegans.
Development 127: 4587-4598 2000

CGC #4437
Honigberg L;Kenyon C
Establishment of left/right asymmetry in neuroblast migration by
UNC-40/DCC, UNC-73/Trio and DPY-19 proteins in C. elegans.
Development 127: 4655-4668 2000

CGC #4438
Chin-Sang ID;Chisholm AD
Form of the worm: genetics of epidermal morphogenesis in C. elegans.
Trends in Genetics 16: 544-551 2000

CGC #4439
Kipreos ET;Gohel SP;Hedgecock EM
The C. elegans F-box/WD-repeat protein LIN-23 functions to limit cell
division during development.
Development 127: 5071-5082 2000

CGC #4440
Adoutte A
Small but mighty timekeepers.
Nature 408: 37-38 2000

CGC #4441
Dhawan R;Dusenbery DB;Williams PL
A comparison of metal-induced lethality and behavioral responses in the
nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 19: 3061-3067 2000

CGC #4442
Miller LM;Hess HA;Doroquez DB;Andrews NM
Null mutations in the lin-31 gene indicate two functions during
Caenorhabditis elegans vulval development.
Genetics 156: 1595-1602 2000

CGC #4443
Lieb JD;Ortiz de Solorzano C;Garcia Rodriguez E;Jones A;Angelo M;Lockett
S;Meyer BJ
The Caenorhabditis elegans dosage compensation machinery is recruited to
X chromosome DNA attached to an autosome.
Genetics 156: 1603-1621 2000

CGC #4444
Nance J;Davis EB;Ward S
spe-29 encodes a small predicted protein required for the initiation of
sperm activation in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 156: 1623-1633 2000

CGC #4445
Peters AD;Keightley PD
A test for epistasis among induced mutations in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 156: 1635-1647 2000

CGC #4446
Miller KG;Rand JB
A role for RIC-8 (synembryn) and GOA-1(Goa) in regulating a subset of
centrosome movements during early embryogenesis in Caenorhabditis
Genetics 156: 1649-1660 2000

CGC #4447
Duret L;Marais G;Biemont C
Transposons but not retrotransposons are located preferentially in
regions of high recombination rate in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 156: 1661-1669 2000

CGC #4448
Piekny AJ;Wissmann A;Mains PE
Embryonic morphogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans integrates the
activity of LET-502 Rho-binding kinase, MEL-11 myosin phosphatase, DAF-2
insulin receptor and FEM-2 PP2c phosphatase.
Genetics 156: 1671-1689

CGC #4449
Encalada SE;Martin PR;Phillips JB;Lyczak R;Hamill DR;Swan KA;Bowerman B
DNA replication defects delay cell division and disrupt cell polarity in
early Caenorhabditis elegans embryos.
Developmental Biology 228: 225-238 2000

CGC #4450
Friedman L;Santa Anna-Arriola S;Hodgkin J;Kimble J
gon-4, a cell lineage regulator required for gonadogenesis in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Developmental Biology 228: 350-362 2000

CGC #4451
Waggoner LE;Dickinson KA;Poole DS;Tabuse Y;Miwa J;Schafer WR
Long-term nicotine adaptation in Caenorhabditis elegans involves
PKC-dependent changes in nicotinic receptor abundance.
Journal of Neuroscience 20: 8802-8811 2000

CGC #4452
Bobinnec Y;Fukuda M;Nishida E
Identification and characterization of Caenorhabditis elegans
gamma-tubulin in dividing cells and differentiated tissues.
Journal of Cell Science 113: 3747-3459 2000

CGC #4453
Nguyen TQ;Sawa H;Okano H;White JG
The C. elegans septin genes, unc-59 and unc-61, are required for normal
postembryonic cytokineses and morphogenesis but have no essential
function in embryogenesis.
Journal of Cell Science 113: 3825-3837 2000

CGC #4454
Higashitani A;Aoki H;Mori A;Sasagawa Y;Takanami T;Takahashi H
Caenorhabditis elegans Chk2-like gene is essential for meiosis but
dispensable for DNA repair.
FEBS Letters 485: 35-39 2000

CGC #4455
O'Connell KF
The centrosome of the early C. elegans embryo: Inheritance, assembly,
replication, and developmental roles.
Current Topics in Developmental Biology 49: 365-384 2000

CGC #4456
Rich T;Allen RL;Lucas AM;Stewart A;Trowsdale J
Pellino-related sequences from Caenorhabditis elegans and Homo sapiens.
Immunogenetics 52: 145-149 2000

CGC #4457
Reinitz CA;Herfel HG;Messinger LA;Stretton AOW
Changes in locomotory behavior and cAMP produced in Ascaris suum by
neuropeptides from Ascaris suum or Caenorhabditis elegans.
Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 111: 185-197 2000

CGC #4458
Rand JB;Duerr JS;Frisby DL
Neurogenetics of vesicular transporters in C. elegans.
FASEB Journal 14: 2414-2422 2000

CGC #4459
Raymond V;Mongan NP;Sattelle DB
Anthelmintic actions of homomer-forming nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
subunits: chicken alpha-7 and ACR-16 from the nematode Caenorhabditis
Neuroscience 101: 785-791 2000

CGC #4460
Motley AM;Hettema EH;Ketting R;Plasterk R;Tabak HF
Caenorhabditis elegans has a single pathway to target matrix proteins in
EMBO Reports 1: 40-46 2000

CGC #4461
Molin L;Mounsey A;Aslam S;Bauer P;Young J;James M;Sharma-Oates A;Hope IA
Evolutionary conservation of redundancy between a diverged pair of
forkhead transcription factor homologues.
Development 127: 4825-4835 2000

CGC #4462
Chung SB;Gumienny TL;Hengartner MO;Driscoll M
A common set of engulfment genes mediates removal of both apoptotic and
necrotic cell corpses in C. elegans.
Nature Cell Biology 2: 931-937 2000

CGC #4463
Newman AP;Inoue T;Wang MQ;Sternberg PW
The Caenorhabditis elegans heterochronic gene lin-29 coordinates the
vulval-uterine-epidermal connections.
Current Biology 10: 1479-1488 2000

CGC #4464
Kelleher JF;Mandell MA:Moulder G;Hill KL;L'Hernault SW;Barstead R;Titus
Myosin VI is required for asymmetric segregation of cellular components
during C. elegans spermatogenesis.
Current Biology 10: 1489-1496 2000

CGC #4465
Aballay A;Yorgey P;Ausubel FM
Salmonella typhimurium proliferates and establishes a persistent
infection in the intestine of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Biology 10: 1539-1542 2000

CGC #4466
Labrousse A;Chauvet S;Couillault C;Kurz CL;Ewbank JJ
Caenorhabditis elegans is a model host for Salmonella typhimurium.
Current Biology 10: 1543-1545 2000

CGC #4467
Marin I;Siegal ML;Baker BS
The evolution of dosage-compensaton mechanisms.
BioEssays 22: 1106-1114 2000

CGC #4468
Cho JH;Oh YS;Park KW;Yu JR;Choi KY;Shin JY;Kim DH;Park WJ;Hamada
T;Kagawa H;Maryon EB;Bandyopadhyay J;Ahnn J
Calsequestrin, a calcium sequestering protein localized at the
sarcoplasmic reticulum, is not essential for body-wall muscle function
in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Cell Science 113: 3947-3958 2000

CGC #4469
Liu FZ;Ortiz I;Hutagalung A;Bauer CC;Cook RG;Epstein HF
Differential assembly of alpha- and gamma-filagenins into thick
filaments in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Cell Science 113: 4001-4012 2000

CGC #4470
Herrgard S;Jambeck P;Taylor SS;Subramaniam S
Domain architecture of a Caenorhabditis elegans AKAP suggests a novel
AKAP function.
FEBS Letters 486: 107-111 2000

CGC #4471
Sommer RJ
Comparative genetics: A third model nematode species.
Current Biology 4471: R879-R881 2000

CGC #4472
Yamamoto S;Watanabe Y;van der Spek PJ;Watanabe T;Fujimoto H;Hanaoka
F;Ohkuma Y
Studies of nematode TFIIE function reveal a link between Ser-5
phosphorylation of RNA polymerase II and the transition from
transcription initiation to elongation.
Molecular & Cellular Biology 21: 1-15 2001

CGC #4473
Tan W;Zolotukhin AS;Bear J;Patenaude DJ;Felber BK
The mRNA export in Caenorhabditis elegans is mediated by Ce-NXF-1, an
ortholog of human TAP/NXF and Saccharomyces cerevisiae Mex67p.
RNA 6: 1762-1772 2000

CGC #4474
Wen CH;Levitan D;Li XJ;Greenwald I
spr-2, a suppressor of the egg-laying defect caused by loss of sel-12
presenilin in Caenorhabditis elegans, is a member of the SET protein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 97: 14524-14529 2000

CGC #4475
Perelman D;Lu NC
Requirements for branched chain amino acids and their interactions in
the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Nematology 2: 501-506 2000

CGC #4476
Kuroyanagi H;Kimura T;Wada K;Hisamoto N;Matsumoto K;Hagiwara M
SPK-1, a C. elegans SR protein kinse homologue, is essential for
embryogenesis and required for germline developent.
Mechanisms of Development 99: 51-64 2000

CGC #4477
Mori T;Mohamed ASA;Sato M;Yamasaki T
Ellagitannin toxicity in the free-living soil inhabiting nematode,
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Pesticide Science 25: 405-409 2000

CGC #4478
Mohamed ASA;Mori T;Islam SQ;Sato M;Yamasaki T
Lethal activity of galo- and condensed tannins against the free-living
soil-inhabiting nematode, Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Pesticide Science 25: 410-415 2000

CGC #4479
Bingham J;Plowman GD;Sudarsanam S
Informatics issues in large-scale sequence analysis: Elucidating the
protein kinases of C. elegans.
Journal of Cellular Biochemistry 80: 181-186 2000

CGC #4480
Lum DH;Kuwabara PE;Zarkower D;Spence AM
Direct protein-protein interaction between the intracellular domain of
TRA-2 and the transcription factor TRA-1A modulates feminizing activity
in C. elegans.
Genes & Development 14: 3153-3165 2000

CGC #4481
Wang MQ;Sternberg PW
Patterning of the C. elegans primary vulval lineage by RAS and Wnt
Development 127: 5047-5058 2000

CGC #4482
Liu J;Fire A
Overlapping roles of two Hox genes and the exd ortholog ceh-20 in
diversification of the C. elegans postembryonic mesoderm.
Development 127: 5179-5190 2000

CGC #4483
Paul RJ;Gohla J;Foll R;Schneckenburger H
Metabolic adaptations to environmental changes in Caenorhabditis
Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
127: 469-479 2000