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Worm Breeder's Gazette 16(1) Table of Contents

Position Available. 1
Bibliographic References. 3
Theresa Stiernagle and Bob Herman
WormPD: A Comprehensive Proteome Database for C. elegans. 23
J.D. Hogan, J.E. Lew-Smith, A.M. Fancher, M.E. Cusick, C.A. Lingner, B.P. Davis, C. Lengieza, M. Tillberg and K.J. Roberg-Perez
Neuroanatomy: A Second Look with GFP Reporters and Some Comments 24
Oliver Hobert and David H. Hall
World Wide Worm SNPs (II). 27
Romke Koch, Henri G.A.M. van Luenen, Marieke van der Horst, Karen L. Thijssen and Ronald H.A. Plasterk
Snip-SNPs: A Rapid and Powerful Mapping Tool. 28
Stephen R. Wicks and Ronald H.A. Plasterk
Individual Tc1 and Tc3 Transposons in Bristol N2 Recognized by their SNP Patterns: Evidence for Local Jumping. 30
Sylvia E.J. Fischer, Erno Weinholds and Ronald H.A. Plasterk
The Effects of Transferring on Worm Fecundity. 32
Wayne A. Van Voorhies
Inducible Expression of Human Beta Amyloid Using the smg-1(ts) System. 33
Chris Link, Amy Fluet and Carolyn Johnson
Nematodes with Mitochondrial Diseases III. 34
William Tsang and Bernard D. Lemire
Vulval Development: Structure/Function Analysis of the Winged-Helix Transcription Factor LIN-31. 35
Leilani M. Miller, David B. Doroquez, Heather Hess and Noelle Andrews
Vulva Formation in Pristionchus pacificus Relies on Continuous Gonadal Induction. 36
Carola B. Sigrist and Ralf J. Sommer
Pristionchus pacificus, A Nematode with Only Three Juvenile Stages, Displays Major Heterochronic Changes Relative to C. elegans. 37
Marie-Anne Felix, Russell J. Hill, Heinz Schwarz, Paul W. Sternberg, Walter Sudhaus and Ralf J. Sommer
Microbacterium nematophilum - Not Just a Cambridge Disease. 38
Jonathan Hodgkin, Patricia Kuwabara and Marie-Anne Felix
A Plague on Your Worms: Bacteria of the Genus Yersinia Inhibit the Growth of C. elegans. 39
Creg Darby and Stanley Falkow
The On-Ramp, Off-Ramp, Nramp Family. 40
Arnaud Labrousse and Jonathan Ewbank
Functional Analysis of the T17A3.1 Encoded Gene Which Is Structurally Related to the Vertebrate VEGFRs. 41
Cornel Popovici, Daniel Isnardon, Marie-Jose Santoni, Daniel Birnbaum and Regine Roubin
pop-1 Functions in the Control of T Cell Polarity. 42
Michael Herman
Closing in on mut-2: Physical Mapping of let-86 via Cosmid Rescue. 44
Queta Boese and John Collins
Dye-Coupling in Wild-Type C. elegans Neurons. 46
Miriam B. Goodman, Shawn R. Lockery and Marty Chalfie
Pharyngeal Neuron I1 Contributes to Avermectin Sensitivity. 47
Leon Avery
Identification of a Novel Mechanosensitive Anion Current in Embryonic Cells of C. elegans. 48
Michael Christensen and Kevin Strange
Steroid Hormones as Volatile Odorants for Caenorhabditis elegans and Other Nematodes. 49
J.J. Remy and M.A. Felix
The Homologous Chemosensory Neurons ASER and ASEL Are Functionally Distinct in Chemotaxis. 50
Jon Pierce-Shimomura and Shawn Lockery
A C. elegans NeuroD Gene Functions in Motor Neuron Fate Specification. 52
Emily Singer, Steven Hallam, David Waring and Yishi Jin
Analysis of Candidates for the Factors that Interact with UNC-51. 53
Kenji Kawano, Ken-ichi Ogura and Yasumi Ohshima
Preliminary Analysis of a Probable daf-4 Mutation in C. briggsae. 54
Takao Inoue, Michael Ailion and James H. Thomas
Characterizing Body Size of TGF-b Mutants. 55
Rafal Tokarz and Cathy Savage-Dunn
An Appetitive Behavior Is Sexually Dimorphic in C. elegans. 56
Jonathan Lipton and Scott W. Emmons
A Lineage-Specific Mutation Identifies a Putative Enhancer in the Last Intron of the caudal Homolog pal-1. 58
Hong Zhang and Scott W. Emmons
Philadelphia's Northeast High School Worm Project Experiment on the Space Shuttle Discovery. 59
Andrew Adams
An Attempt to Slow Aging in C. elegans. 11. The Positive Effect of Procaine. 60
Vladimir V. Bakaev, Elena M. Kozhina and Natali A. Astapova
An Attempt to Slow Aging in C. elegans. 12. No Effect of Lidocaine. 61
Vladimir V. Bakaev, Elena M. Kozhina and Natali A. Astapova
Author Index. 62

Leon Avery (Leon@eatworms.swmed.edu)
Last modified: Thu Oct 14 09:01:53 1999