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Worm Breeder's Gazette 13(1) Table of Contents

13  1   1    East Coast Worm Meeting
13  1   2    Midwest Worm Meeting
13  1   2    1994 West Coast C. elegans Meeting
13  1   3    Position Announcements
13  1   7    CGC Bibliographic References
                   Theresa Stiernagle and Bob Herman
13  1   17   C. elegans Nomenclature Guidelines: New Recommendation
                   Jonathan Hodgkin et al.
13  1   18   Caenorhabditis Genetic Map and Nomenclature E-Mailing List
                   Jonathan Hodgkin and Mary O'Callaghan
13  1   19   Glow Worms -  A New Method of Looking at C. elegans Gene
                   Marty Chalfie, Yuan Tu and Douglas Prasher
13  1   20   Call for Antibody Information
                   Diane Shakes
13  1   20   4D Microscope and Lineages on Internet
                   Andy Fire
13  1   21   A Call for Bacteria and for Soil Samples
                   Creg Darby, James H. Thomas and Colin Manoil
13  1   22   An Old-Fashioned Protocol for in situ Hybridization to
             Nematode Embryos
                   Karen L. Bennett
13  1   24   FISHing for Complements
                   Phil Birchall and Donna Albertson
13  1   25   Analysis of Maternal and Zygotic Gene Expression During
             Embryogenesis Using in situ Hybridization
                   Geraldine Seydoux and Andy Fire
13  1   26   Isolation of Tc1 Insertion Mutants From the Mutant Bank: An
                   Ronald H.A. Plasterk, Marianne de Vroomen and Rik
                   C. Korswagen
13  1   28   Tc1 Deletion PCR Tips
                   Thomas Burglin, David Greenstein and Gary Ruvkun
13  1   29   Mechanism of Tc Transposition: Starting at the End
                   Henri G.A.M. van Luenen, Chris Vos and Ronald H.A.
13  1   30   Target Choice of the Transposable Elements Tc1 and Tc3
                   Henri G.A.M. van Luenen and Ronald H.A. Plasterk
13  1   32   Quantitation of Tc1 Elements in Various Strains of C. elegans
                   Nejat K. Egilmez and Robert J. Shmookler Reis
13  1   34   LINE Like Retrotransposon Element in Caenorhabditis elegans
                   Sandra Youngman and Ronald H.A. Plasterk
13  1   35   Connectivity Matrix of the C. elegans Nervous System
                   L.W. Nawrocki
13  1   36   Cold-Sensitive Uncs May Reveal Genes That Encode Channel
                   Mary A. Norman, William J. Jones and Ralph M. Hecht
13  1   37   Amino Acids in MSDII Influence Normal MEC-4 Function and
             Degeneration Induced by Aberrant Forms of the Protein
                   Kyonsoo Hong and Monica Driscoll
13  1   38   mec-12 Rescued
                   Michel Hamelin, Michael Chou and Joe Culotti
13  1   39   Recessive rab-3 Mutations
                   Michael Kilgard, Michael L. Nonet and Barbara J. Meyer
13  1   40   rab-3: Still Alone, But in a Crowd
                   Michael L. Nonet and Barbara J. Meyer
13  1   42   Quantitative Measurement of the Currents Associated With
             Pharyngeal Excitation and Relaxation
                   Leon Avery
13  1   44   A Defined Medium for the Pharynx
                   Joe Dent and Leon Avery
13  1   45   eat-12 as a Pivotal Control in Muscle Contraction
                   Raymond Lee, Michael Hengartner, Leon Avery and
                   Bob Horvitz
13  1   46   Mapping the Alpha1 and Beta Subunits of the C. elegans
             Voltage-Gated Calcium Channel
                   Leslie Lobel, Manfred Grabner, Hartmut Glossmann and
                   Bob Horvitz
13  1   47   Polyclonal Antiserum Sheds Some Light on the Role of egl-43
             in HSN Migration
                   Catherine Guenther and Gian Garriga
13  1   48   The Worm Without a Face: An Update on vab-3
                   Andrew Chisholm and Bob Horvitz
13  1   49   Cloning of the lin-32 Gene
                   Connie Zhao and Scott W. Emmons
13  1   50   Further Analysis of the C. elegans Cofilin Gene, unc-60 V
                   Erin Gilchrist, Dinar Suleman and David Baillie
13  1   51   Isolation of CELPC2, a cDNA That Encodes a Putative
             Kex2-Like Prohormone Convertase in C. elegans
                   Eduardo Gomez-Saladin, David L. Wilson and Ian M.
13  1   52   A C. elegans Homolog of ?adaptin, a Clathrin Associated
                   Junho Lee and Paul Sternberg
13  1   53   Investigating the vets
                   Jonathan Pettitt and William B. Wood
13  1   54   mab-18 Contains a Homeo Domain Similar to Vertebrate pax
             and Drosophila Paired Box Containing Genes
                   Yinhua Zhang and Scott W. Emmons
13  1   55   ceh-6 Expression and Generation of a Knock-Out
                   Thomas Burglin, Ron Plasterk and Gary Ruvkun
13  1   56   Structure-Function Analysis of the ceh-18 POU-Domain in vivo
             Using Tc1-Generated Deletions
                   David Greenstein, Benny Wang, Ronald Plasterk,
                   Yoshiki Andachi, Yuji Kohara and Gary Ruvkun
13  1   57   The PBC Class Homeobox Gene ceh-20 is Expressed in the
             Ventral Nerve Cord
                   Thomas Burglin, Eric Lai and Gary Ruvkun
13  1   58   Feminization of XO Animals by TRA-1
                   David Zarkower and Jonathan Hodgkin
13  1   59   Molecular Characterization of fem-2
                   Angela McGregor, Troy Johnson, Petra Jackle, Dave
                   Hansen and Dave Pilgrim
13  1   60   Is Differential Histone H4 Acetylation Involved in the
             Mechanism of Dosage Compensation?
                   Lori Sussel and Barbara J. Meyer
13  1   61   A New GATA-Factor Isolated from C. elegans
                   Mark Hawkins and Jim McGhee
13  1   62   The C. elegans Cleavage and Polyadenylation Signal
                   Tom Blumenthal, Owen White and Chris Fields
13  1   64   The mec-8 Locus Affects Muscle and Sensory Neuron
             Development and May Encode a Peptide Homologous to
             RNA-Binding Proteins
                   Erik A. Lundquist, Jocelyn E. Shaw and Robert K.
13  1   65   Ectopic Expression of ced-3 and ced-4 Can Kill Cells
                   Shai Shaham and Bob Horvitz
13  1   66   Senile Worms?
                   Chris Link
13  1   67   Genes in the lin-3/let-23 Signalling Pathway mediate the Signal
             From F/U During Development of the Male B Cell
                   Helen M. Chamberlin and Paul W. Sternberg
13  1   68   How to Make a Posterior Vulva
                   Ralf J. Sommer and Paul W. Sternberg
13  1   69   Protruding-Vulva (Pvl) Mutants Identify new Loci Involved in
             Vulval Development
                   David Eisenmann and Stuart K. Kim
13  1   70   A C. elegans Homolog of MAP Kinase, mpk-1, is Involved in
             Vulval Development
                   Mark Lackner, Kerry Kornfeld, H. Robert Horvitz and
                   Stuart K. Kim
13  1   71   Functional Homology Between C. elegans and Mammalian
             MAP Kinases
                   Yan Wu and Min Han
13  1   72   Mosaic Analysis Using the Cloned ncl-1 Gene: lin-31 and mpk-1
             Activities are Required in Pn.p Cells
                   Leilani M. Miller and Stuart K. Kim
13  1   74   lin-2 Encodes a GMP Kinase Required for let-60 ras Activation
                   Roger Hoskins and Stuart Kim
13  1   75   lin-7 Contains a GLGF Domain Found in lin-2 and Drosophila
             Signaling Genes
                   Jeffrey S. Simske and Stuart K. Kim
13  1   76   A Role for let-60 ras in Sex Myoblast Migration
                   Meera Sundaram, Mitsunobu Hara and Min Han
13  1   77   Genetic and Molecular Analysis of sel-1, a Suppressor of lin-12
             and glp-1
                   Barth Grant and Iva Greenwald
13  1   78   A Shaggy Gene From C. elegans
                   Kevin Fitzgerald and Iva Greenwald
13  1   79   Screening For New Dauer Related Mutations
                   Ian M. Caldicott and Donald L. Riddle
13  1   80   Dominant Mutations in Two G Protein alpha Subunits Promote
             Dauer Formation
                   Jane Mendel, Melvin Simon and Paul Sternberg
13  1   82   C. elegans as a Parasite
                   Mark Blaxter
13  1   83   Molecular Anatomy of the Surface Coat of the Infective L2 of
             the Parasitic Nematode Toxocara canis (Or: The Sliminess of the
                   David Gems and Rick Maizels
13  1   84   A Homolog of a Major Class of Allergens of Parasitic
             Nematodes is Encoded in the Caenorhabditis elegans Genome
                   Joyce Moore, Malcolm W. Kennedy and Mark L. Blaxter
13  1   86   Search for EcR Homologs in Nematodes
                   Jennifer Richer, David M. Hough and Claude V. Maina
13  1   87   Search for RXR Homologs in Nematodes
                   David M. Hough, Jennifer Richer and Claude V. Maina
13  1   88   Fluoroacetic Acid Is a Potent and Specific Inhibitor of
             Reproduction in the Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans
                   Paul J. Middendorf and David B. Dusenbery
13  1   89   C. elegans as a Soil Toxicity Test Organism
                   Steven G. Donkin and David B. Dusenbery
13  1   90   Recombination Suppression by Integrated High-Copy Arrays
                   Jeff Way and Alice Ye Wang
13  1   91   Using C. elegans in High School
                   Tom Russo and Jeff Way
13  1   92   Glutathione Reductase May Be unc-32
                   Nathalie Pujol
13  1   93   Author Index

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