Worm Breeder's Gazette 15(4): 3 (October 1, 1998)

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CGC Bibliographic References

CGC #3055
Borgonie G;Van Driessche E;Coomans A
Lectins in nematology: An overview.
"Lectins: Biology, Biochemistry, Clinical Biochemistry". E Van
Driessche, P Rouge, S Beeckmans and TC Bog-Hansen (eds).  Textop,
Hellerup. 11: 337-345 1996

CGC #3056
Bernt U;Junkersdorf B;Londershausen M;Harder A;Schierenberg E
Effects of anthelminthics with different modes of action on the behavior
and development of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Fundamental and Applied Nematology 21: 251-263 1998

CGC #3057
Duret L;Guex N;Peitsch MC;Bairoch A
New insulin-like proteins with atypical disulfide bond pattern
characterized in Caenorhabditis elegans by comparative sequence analysis
and homology modeling.
Genome Research 8: 348-353 1998

CGC #3058
Wolf FW;Hung M;Wightman B;Way J;Garriga G
vab-8 is a key regulator of posteriorly directed migrations in C.
elegans and encodes a novel protein with kinesin motor similarity.
Neuron 20: 655-666 1998

CGC #3059
Goodman MB;Hall DH;Avery L;Lockery SR
Active currents regulate sensitivity and dynamic range in C. elegans
Neuron 20: 763-772 1998

CGC #3060
Iino Y;Yamamoto M
Expression pattern of the C. elegans p21-activated protein kinase,
Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications 245: 177-184 1998

CGC #3061
Bowerman B
Maternal control of pattern formation in early Caenorhabditis elegans
Current Topics in Developmental Biology 39: 73-117 1998

CGC #3062
Zeke T;Gergely P;Dombradi V
The catalytic subunits of Ser/Thr protein phosphatases from
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
119: 317-324 1998

CGC 3063
Dwyer ND;Troemel ER;Sengupta P;Bargmann CI
Odorant receptor localization to olfactory cilia is mediated by ODR-4, a
novel membrane-associated protein.
Cell 93: 455-466 1998

CGC #3064
Antebi A;Culotti JG;Hedgecock EM
daf-12 regulates developmental age and the dauer alternative in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 125: 1191-1205 1998

CGC #3065
Rose LS;Kemphues K
The let-99 gene is required for proper spindle orientation during
cleavage of the C. elegans embryo.
Development 125: 1337-1346 1998

CGC #3066
Tabuse Y;Sano T;Nishiwaki K;Miwa J
Molecular analysis of the tpa-1 gene and its role in the development and
behavior of Caenorhabditis elegans.
NEC Research & Development 39: 118-126 1998

CGC #3067
Haun C;Alexander J;Stainier DY;Okkema PG
Rescue of Caenorhabditis elegans pharyngeal development by a vertebrate
heart specification gene.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 5072-5075 1998

CGC #3068
Kalb JM;Lau KK;Goszczynski B;Fukushige T;Moons D;Okkema P;McGhee JD
pha-4 is Ce-fkh-1, a for head/HNF-3a,B,y homolog that functions in
organogenesis of the C. elegans pharynx.
Development 125: 2171-2180 1998

CGC #3069
Villatte F;Marcel V;Estradamondaca S;Fournier D
Engineering sensitive acetylcholinesterase for detection of
organophospate and carbamate insecticides.
Biosensors & Bioelectronics 13: 157-164 1998

CGC #3070
Finn JT;Krautwurst D;Schroeder JE;Chen TY;Reed RR;Yau KW
Functional co-assembly among subunits of cyclic-nucleotide-activated,
nonselective cation channels, and across species from nematode to human.
Biophysical Journal 74: 1333-1345 1998

CGC #3071
Kenyon CJ;Austin J;Costa M;Cowing DW;Harris JM;Honigberg L;Hunter
CP;Maloof JN;Muller-Immergluck MM;Salser SJ;W
The dance of the Hox genes - Patterning the anteroposterior body axis of
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 62: 293-305 1997

CGC #3072
Herman T;Horvitz HR
Mutations that perturb vulval invagination in C. elegans.
Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 62: 353-360 1997

CGC #3073
Wada K;Sato H;Kinoh H;Kajita M;Yamamoto H;Seiki M
Cloning of three Caenorhabditis elegans genes potentially encoding novel
matrix metalloproteinases.
Gene 211: 57-62 1998

CGC #3074
Madi A;Punyiczki M;Di Rao M;Piacentini M;Fesus L
Biochemical characterization and localization of transglutaminase in
wild-type and cell-death mutants of the nematode Caenorahbditis elegans.
European Journal of Biochemistry 253: 583-590 1998

CGC #3075
Lucchesi JC
Dosage compensation in flies and worms: The ups and downs of
X-chromosome regulation.
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 8: 179-184 1998

CGC #3076
Daniells C;Duce I;Thomas D;Sewell P;Tattersall J;de Pomerai D
Transgenic nematodes as biomonitors of microwave-induced stress.
Mutation Research - Fundamental & Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis
399: 55-64 1998

CGC #3077
Conradt B;Horvitz HR
The C. elegans protein EGL-1 is required for programmed cell death and
interacts with the Bcl-2-like protein CED-9.
Cell 93: 519-529 1998

CGC #3078
Tan PB;Lackner MR;Kim SK
MAP kinase signaling specificity mediated by the LIN-1 Ets/LIN-31 WH
transcription factor complex during C. elegans vulval induction.
Cell 93: 569-580 1998

CGC #3079
Morse TM;Ferree TC;Lockery SR
Robust spatial navigation in a robot inspired by chemotaxis in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Adaptive Behavior 6: 393-410 1998

CGC #3080
Baylis HA;Matsuda K;Squire MD;Fleming JT;Harvey RJ;Darlison MG;Barnard
EA;Sattelle DB
ACR-3, A Caenorhabditis elegans nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunit
- Molecular cloning and functional expression.
Receptors and Channels 5: 149-158 1997

CGC #3081
Kostrouchova M;Krause M;Kostrouch Z;Rall JE
CHR3: A Caenorhabditis elegans orphan nuclear hormone receptor required
for proper epidermal development and molting.
Development 125: 1617-1626 1998

CGC #3082
Kokel M;Borland CZ;DeLong L;Horvitz HR;Stern MJ
clr-1 encodes a receptor tyrosine phosphatase that negatively regulates
an FGF receptor signaling pathway in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genes & Development 12: 1425-1437 1998

CGC #3083
Prasad BC;Ye B;Zackhary R;Schrader K;Seydoux G;Reed RR
unc-3, a gene required for axonal guidance in Caenorhabditis elegans,
encodes a member of the O/E family of transcription factors.
Development 125: 1561-1568 1998

CGC #3084
Robertson HM
Two large families of chemoreceptor genes in the nematodes
Caenorhabditis elegans and C. briggsae reveal extensive gene
duplication, diversification, movement, and intron loss.
Genome Research 8: 449-463 1998

CGC #3085
Hayashizaki S;Iino Y;Yamamoto M
Characterization of the C. elegans gap-2 gene encoding a novel
Ras-GTPase activating protein and its possible role in larval
Genes & Cells 3: 189-202 1998

CGC #3086
Lin XH;Hengartner MO;Kolesnick R
Caenorhabditis elegans contains two distinct acid sphingomyelinases.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 14374-14379 1998

CGC #3087
Angelo R;Rubin CS
Molecular characterization of an anchor protein (AKAP(CE)) that binds
the RI subunit (R-CE) of type I protein kinase A from Caenorhabditis
Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 14633-14643 1998

CGC #3088
Rupert PB;Daughdrill GW;Bowerman B;Matthews BW
A new DNA-binding motif in the SKN-1 binding domain DNA complex.
Nature Structural Biology 5: 484-491 1998

CGC #3089
Hashmi S;Hashmi G;Glazer I;Gaugler R
Thermal response of Heterorhabditis bacteriophora transformed with the
Caenorhabditis elegans hsp70 encoding gene.
Journal of Experimental Zoology 281: 164-170 1998

CGC #3090
Liu QA;Hengartner MO
Candidate adaptor protein CED-6 promotes the engulfment of apoptotic
cells in C. elegans.
Cell 93: 961-972 1998

CGC #3091
Wu Y;Horvitz HR
The C. elegans cell corpse engulfment gene ced-7 encodes a protein
similar to ABC transporters.
Cell 93: 951-960 1998

CGC #3092
Padgett RW;Das P;Krishna S
TGF-B signaling, Smads, and tumor suppressors.
BioEssays 20: 382-391 1998

CGC #3093
Kadyk LC;Kimble J
Genetic regulation of entry into meiosis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 125: 1803-1813 1998

CGC #3094
McKeown C;Praitis V;Austin J
sma-1 encodes a B(H)-spectrin homolog required for Caenorhabditis
elegans morphogenesis.
Development 125: 2087-2098 1998

CGC #3095
Wagner RW;Sun L
Double-stranded RNA poses puzzle.
Nature 391: 744-745 1998

CGC #3096
Hill F;Loakes D;Brown DM
Plymerase recognition of synthetic oligodeoxyribonucleotides
incorporating degenerate pyrimidine and purine bases.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 4258-4263 1998

CGC #3097
Yoshida E;Nakajima T;Murakami K;Fukamizu A
Identification of N-terminal minimal transactivation domain of CBP, p300
and Caenorhabditis elegans homologues.
Gene 208: 307-314 1998

CGC #3098
Cassata G;Kagoshima H;Pretot RF;Aspock G;Niklaus G;Burglin TR
Rapid expression screening of Caenorhabditis elegans homeobox open
reading frames using a two-step polymerase chain reaction promotor-GFP
reporter construction technique.
Gene 212: 127-135 1998

CGC #3099
Matthews LR;Carter P;Thierry-Mieg D;Kemphues K
ZYG-9, a Caenorhabditis elegans protein required for microtubule
organization and function, is a component of meiotic and mitotic spindle
Journal of Cell Biology 141: 1159-1168 1998

CGC #3100
de Chadarevian S
Of Worms and programmes - Caenorhabditis elegans and the study of
Studies of History & Philosophy of Science 29C: 81-105 1998

CGC #3101
Saifee O;Wei LP;Nonet ML
The Caenorhabditis elegans unc-64 locus encodes a syntaxin that
interacts genetically with synaptobrevin.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 9: 1235-1252 1998

CGC #3102
Seshagiri S;Chang WT;Miller LK
Mutational analysis of Caenorhabditis elegans CED-4.
FEBS Letters 428: 71-74 1998

CGC #3103
Brockhaus M;Grunberg J;Rohrig S;Loetscher H;Wittenburg N;Baumeister
R;Jacobsen H;Haass C
Caspase-mediated cleavage is not required for the activity of
presenilins in amyloidogenesis and NOTCH signaling.
Molecular Neuroscience 9: 1481-1486 1998

CGC #3104
Cryns V;Yuan JY
Proteases to die for.
Genes & Development 12: 1551-1570 1998

CGC #3105
Mohler WA;White JG
Steroe-4-D reconstruction and animation from living fluorescent
Biotechniques 24: 1006 1998

CGC #3106
Jang YJ;Park H;Lee J;Koo HS
Developmental regulation of Caenorhabditis elegans DNA topoisomerase-I
Journal of Molecular Biology B 31: 249-253 1998

CGC #3107
Young IM;Griffiths BS;Robertson WM;McNicol JW
Nematode (Caenorhabditis elegans) movement in sand as affected by
particle size, moisture and the presence of bacteria (Escherichia coli).
European Journal of Soil Science 49: 237-241 1998

CGC #3108
Venette RC;Ferris H
Influence of bacterial type and density of population growth of
bacterial-feeding nematodes.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry 30: 949-960 1998

CGC #3109
Selfors LM;Schutzman JL;Borland CZ;Stern MJ
soc-2 encodes a leucine-rich repeat protein implicated in fibroblast
growth factor receptor signaling.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 6903-6908 1998

CGC #3110
Li XJ;Greenwald I
Additional evidence for an eight-transmembrane-domain topology for
Caenorhabditis elegans and human presenilins.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 7109-7114 1998

CGC #3111
Muckenthaler M;Gunkel N;Brishman D;Cyrklaff A;Tomancak P;Hentze MW
Iron-regulatory protein-1 (IRP-1) is highly conserved in two
invertebrate species - Characterization of IRP-1 homologs in Drosophila
melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans.
European Journal of Biochemistry 254: 230-237 1998

CGC #3112
Schouten GJ;Van Luenen HGAM;Verra NCV;Valerio D;Plasterk RHA
Transposon Tc1 of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans jumps in human
Nucleic Acids Research 26: 3013-3017 1998

CGC #3113
Smith HE;Ward S
Identification of protein-protein interactions of the major sperm
protein (MSP) of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Molecular Biology 279: 605-619 1998

CGC #3114
Champigny G;Voilley N;Waldmann R;Lazdunski M
Mutations causing neurodegeneration in Caenorhabditis elegans
drastically alter the pH sensitivity and inactivation of the mammalian
H+-gated Na+ channel MDEG1.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 15418-51422 1998

CGC #3115
Lithgow GJ
Aging mechanisms from nematodes to mammals.
Nutrition 14: 522-524 1998

CGC #3116
Fei Y;Fujita T;Lapp DF;Ganapathy V;Leibach FH
Two oligopeptide transporters from Caenorhabditis elegans: Molecular
cloning and functional expression.
Biochemical Journal 332: 565-572 1998

CGC #3117
Aleshin VV;Kedrova OS;Milyutina IA;Vladychenskaya NS;Petrov NB
Secondary structure of some elements of 18S rRNA suggests that
Strongylid and a part of Rhabditid nematodes are monophyletic.
FEBS Letters 429: 4-8 1998

CGC #3118
Lee DG;Shin JY;Ahnn J
A screen for genetic loci on the X chromosome required for body-wall
muscle development during embryogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Korean Journal of Biological Sciences 1: 355-361 1997

CGC #3119
Abrahante JE;Miller EA;Rougvie AE
Identification of heterochronic mutants in Caenorhabditis elegans:
Temporal misexpression of a collagen::Green Fluorescent Protein fusion
Genetics 149: 1335-1351 1998

CGC #3120
O'Connell KF;Leys CM;White JG
A genetic screen for temperature-sensitive cell-division mutants of
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 149: 1303-1321 1998

CGC #3121
Yochem J;Gu T;Han M
A new marker for mosaic analysis in Caenorhabditis elegans indicates a
fusion between hpy6 and hyp7, two major components of hypodermis.
Genetics 149: 1323-1334 1998

CGC #3122
Hansen D;Pilgrim D
Molecular evolution of a sex determination protein: FEM-2 (PP2C) in
Genetics 149: 1353-1362 1998

CGC #3123
Greenwald I
LIN-12/Notch signaling: lessons from worms and flies.
Genes & Development 12: 1751-1762 1998

CGC #3124
Mushegian AR;Garey JR;Martin J;Liu LX
Large-scale taxonomic profiling of eukaryotic model organisms - A
comparison of orthologous proteins encoded by the human, fly, nematode
and yeast genomes.
Genome Research 8: 590-598 1998

CGC #3125
Aspbury RA;Prescott MC;Fisher MJ;Rees HH
Isoprenylation of polypeptides in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Biochemicia et Biophysica Acta - Lipids and Lipid Metabolism 1392:
265-275 1998

CGC #3126
Garcia-Anoveros J;Garcia JA;Liu JD;Corey DP
The nematode degenerin unc-105 forms channels that are activated by
degeneration- or hypercontraction-causing mutations.
Neuron 20: 1231-1241 1998

CGC #3127
Biswas SN;Murata T;Ebina Y;Okada H;Miki T
A method for motion compensation of a moving nematode Caenorhabditis
elegans and its application to frequency analysis of pharyngeal
Journal of Biotechnology 61: 175-189 1998

CGC #3128
Knight JK;Wood WB
Gastrulation initiation in Caenorhabditis elegans requires the function
of a gad-1, which encodes a protein with WD repeats.
Developmental Biology 198: 253-265 1998

CGC #3129
Fukushige T;Hawkins MG;McGhee JD
The GATA-factor elt-2 is essential for formation of the Caenorhabditis
elegans intestine.
Developmental Biology 198: 286-302 1998

CGC #3130
Jungblut B;Sommer RJ
The Pristionchus pacificus mab-5 gene is involved in the regulation of
ventral epidermal cell fates.
Current Biology 8: 775-778 1998

CGC #3131
Rajan TV
A hypothesis for the tissue specificity of nematode parasites.
Experimental Parasitology 89: 140-142 1998

CGC #3132
Hodgkin J
Seven types of pleiotropy.
International Journal of Developmental Biology 42: 501-505 1998

CGC #3133
Sieburth DS;Sun Q;Han M
SUR-8, a conserved Ras-binding protein with leucine-rich repeats,
positively regulates Ras-mediated signaling in C. elegans.
Cell 94: 119-130 1998

CGC #3134
Horner MA;Quintin S;Domeier ME;Kimble J;Labouesse M;Mango SE
pha-4, an HNF-3 homolog, specifies pharyngeal organ identity in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genes & Development 12: 1947-1952 1998

CGC #3135
Jiang LI;Sternberg PW
Interactions of EGF, Wnt and Hom-C genes specify the P12 neuroectoblast
fate in C. elegans.
Development 125: 2337-2347 1998

CGC #3136
Yoshimizu T;Omote H;Wakabayashi T;Sambongi Y;Futai M
Essential cys-pro-cys motif of Caenorhabditis elegans copper transport
Bioscience Biotechnology & Biochemistry 62: 1258-1260 1998

CGC #3137
Satyal SH;Chen D;Fox SG;Kramer JM;Morimoto RI
Negative regulation of the heat shock transcriptional response by HSBP1.
Genes & Development 12: 1962-1974 1998

CGC #3138
Harfe BD;Branda CS;Krause M;Stern MJ;Fire A
MyoD and the specification of muscle and non-muscle fates during
postembryonic development of the C. elegans mesoderm.
Development 125: 2479-2488 1998

CGC #3139
Colavita A;Krishna S;Zheng H;Padgett RW;Culotti JG
Pioneer axon guidance by UNC-129, a C. elegans TGF-B.
Science 281: 706-709 1998

CGC #3140
Montgomery MK;Fire A
Double-stranded RNA as a mediator in sequence-specific genetic silencing
and co-suppression.
Trends in Genetics 14: 255-258 1998

CGC #3141
Marks NJ;Maule AG;Geary TG;Thompson DP;Li C;Halton DW;Shaw C
KSAYMRFamide (PF3/AF8) is present in the free-living nematode,
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications 248: 422-425 1998

CGC #3142
Gu T;Orita S;Han M
Caenorhabditis elegans SUR-5, a novel but conserved protein, negatively
regulates LRT-60 ras activity during vulval induction.
Molecular & Cellular Biology 18: 4556-4564 1998

CGC #3143
Kelly WG;Fire A
Chromatin silencing and the maintenance of a functional germline in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 125: 2451-2456 1998

CGC #3144
Holdeman R;Nehrt S;Strome S
MES-2, a maternal protein essential for viability of the germline in
Caenorhabditis elegans, is homologous to Drosophila polycomb group
Development 125: 2457-2467 1998

CGC #3145
Korf I;Fan YA;Strome S
The polycomb group in Caenorhabditis elegans and maternal control of
germline development.
Development 125: 2469-2478 1998

CGC #3146
Adachi H;Fujiwara Y;Ishii N
Effects of oxygen on protein carbonyl and aging in Caenorhabditis
elegans mutants with long (age-1) and short (mev-1) life spans.
Journal of Gerontology Series A-Biological Sciences & Medical Sciences
53: B240-B244 1998

CGC #3147
Chaudhary D;O'Rourke K;Chinnaiyan AM;Dixit VM
The death inhibitory molecules CED-9 and CED-4L use a common mechanism
to inhibit the CED-3 death protease.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 273: 17708-17712 1998

CGC #3148
Blumenthal T
Gene clusters and polycistronic transcription in eukaryotes.
BioEssays 20: 480-487 1998

CGC #3149
Strauss E
How embryos shape up.
Science 281: 166-167 1998

CGC #3150
Shima Y;Tada Y;Furuki M;Hara Y;Ohta H
A missense mutation of the gene for Na+, K+ -ATPase a-subunit causes
abnormal feeding behavior in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 248: 778-782 1998

CGC #3151
Waggoner LE;Zhou GT;Schafer RW;Schafer WR
Control of alternative behavioral states by serotonin in Caenorhabditis
Neuron 21: 203-214 1998

CGC #3152
Lo MC;Ha S;Pelczer I;Pal S;Walker S
The solution structure of the DNA-binding domain of SKN-1.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 8455-8460 1998

CGC #3153
Hirsch D;Stahl A;Lodish HF
A family of fatty acid transporters conserved from mycobacterium to man.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 8625-8629 1998

CGC #3154
Pekarsky Y;Campiglio M;Siprashvili Z;Druck T;Sedkov Y;Tillib
S;Draganescu A;Wermuth P;Rothman JH;Huebner K;Bu..
Nitrilase and FHIT homologs are encoded as fusion proteins in Drosophila
melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 8744-8749 1998

CGC #3155
Rajarm S;Sedensky MM;Morgan PG
unc-1 - A stomatin homologue controls sensitivity to volative
anesthetics in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 8761-8766 1998

CGC #3156
Walker GA;Walker DW;Lithgow GJ
Genes that determine both thermotolerance and rate of aging in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 851: 444-449 1998

CGC #3157
Ishii N;Fujii M;Hartman PS;Tsuda M;Yasuda K;Senoo-Matsuda N;Yanase
S;Ayusawa D;Suzuki K
A mutation in succinate dehydrogenase cytochrome b causes oxidative
stress and ageing in nematodes.
Nature 394: 694-697 1998

CGC #3158
Nelson LS;Kim KY;Memmott RE;Li C
FMRFamide-related gene family in the nematode, Caenorhabditis elegans.
Molecular Brain Research 58: 103-111 1998

CGC #3159
Thomas JH;Inoue T
Methuselah meets diabetes.
BioEssays 20: 113-115 1998

CGC #3160
Jacobs D;Beitel GJ;Clark SG;Horvitz HR;Kornfeld K
Gain-of-function mutations in the Caenorhabditis elegans lin-1 ETS gene
identify a c-terminal regulatory domain phosphorylated by ERK MAP
Genetics 149: 1809-1822 1998

CGC #3161
Macrea M;Kramer DL;Coffino P
Developmental effect of polymaine depletion in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Biochemical Journal 333: 309-315 1998

CGC #3162
Tatara CP;Newman MC;McCloskey JT;Williams PL
Use of ion characteristics to predict relative toxicity of mono-, di-
and trivalent metal ions: Caenorhabditis elegans LC50.
Aquatic Toxicology 42: 255-269 1998

CGC #3163
Raich WB;Moran AN;Rothman JH;Hardin J
Cytokinesis and midzone microtubule organization in Caenorhabditis
elegans require the kinesin-like protein ZEN-4.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 9: 2037-2049 1998

CGC #3164
Ashcroft NR;Kosinski ME;Wickramasinghe D;Donovan PJ;Golden A
The four CDC25 genes from the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Gene 214: 59-66 1998

CGC #3165
Chen EB;Stern MJ
Understanding cell migration guidance: lessons from sex myoblast
migration in C. elegans.
Trends in Genetics 14: 322-327 1998

CGC #3166
Dernburg AF;McDonald K;Moulder G;Barstead R;Dresser M;Villeneuve AM
Meiotic recombination in C. elegans initiates by a conserved mechanism
and is dispensable for homologous chromosome synapsis.
Cell 94: 387-398 1998

CGC #3167
Swan KA;Severson AF;Carter JC;Martin PR;Schnabel H;Schnabel R;Bowerman B
cyk-1 : A C. elegans FH gene required for a late step in embryonic
Journal of Cell Science 111: 2017-2027 1998

CGC #3168
Chihade JW;Hayashibara K;Shiba K;Schimmel P
Strong selective pressure to use G:U to mark an RNA acceptor stem for
Biochemistry 37: 9193-9202 1998

CGC #3169
den Boer BGW;Sookhareea S;Dufourcq P;Labouesse M
A tissue-specific knock-out stategy reveals that lin-26 is required for
the formation of the somatic gonad epithelium in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 125: 3213-3224 1998

CGC #3170
Newman-Smith ED;Rothman J
The maternal-to-zygotic transition in embryonic patterning of
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 8: 472-480 1998

CGC #3171
Hengartner M
Apoptosis: Death by crowd control.
Science 281: 1298-1299 1998

CGC #3172
Yang X;ChangHY;Baltimore D
Essential role of CED-4 oligomerization in CED-3 activation and
Science 281: 1355-1357 1998

CGC #3173
Paradis S;Ruvkun G
Caenorhabditis elegans Akt/PKB transduces insulin receptor-like signals
from AGE-1 PI3 kinase to the DAF-16 transcription factor.
Genes & Development 12: 2488-2498 1998

CGC #3174
Harfe BD;Vaz Gomes A;Kenyon C;Liu J;Krause M;Fire A
Analysis of a Caenorhabditis elegans Twist homolog identifies conserved
and divergent aspects of mesodermal patterning.
Genes & Development 12: 2623-2635 1998

CGC #3175
Tenenhaus C;Schubert C;Seydoux G
Genetic requirements for PIE-1 localization and inhibition of gene
expression in the embryonic germ lineage of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Developmental Biology 200: 212-224 1998

CGC #3176
Hodgkin J;Herman RK
Changing styles in C. elegans genetics.
Trends in Genetics 14: 352-357 1998

CGC #3177
Lackner MR;Kim SK
Genetic analysis of the Caenorhabditis elegans MAP kinase gene mpk-1.
Genetics 150: 103-117 1998

CGC #3178
Dow RM;Mains PE
Genetic and molecular characterization of the Caenorhabditis elegans
gene, mel-26, a postmeiotic negative regulator of MEI-1, a
meiotic-specific spindle component.
Genetics 150: 119-128 1998

CGC #3179
Gems D;Sutton AJ;Sundermeyer ML;Albert PS;King KV;Edgley ML;Larsen
PL;Riddle DL
Two pleiotropic classes of daf-2 mutation affect larval arrest, adult
behavior, reproduction and longevity in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 150: 129-155 1998

CGC #3180
Takagi T;Taylor GS;Kusakabe T;Charbonneau H;Buratowski S
A protein tyrosine phospatase-like protein from Baculovirus has RNA
5'-triphosphatase and diphosphatase activities.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 9808-9812 1998

CGC #3181
DeBose-Boyd RA;Nyame AK;Cummings RD
Molecular cloning and characterization of an alpha-1,3
fucosyltransferase, CEFT-1, from Caenorhabditis elegans.
Glycobiology 8: 905-917 1998

CGC #3182
Napier JA;Hey SJ;Lacey DJ;Shewry PR
Identification of a Caenorhabditis elegans
triangle(6)-fatty-acid-desaturase by heterologous expression in
Saccharomyces cerivisiae.
Biochemical Journal 333: 847 1998

CGC #3183
Wade N
Can social behavior of man be glimpsed in a lowly worm?
New York Times, September 8: B9 1998

CGC #3184
Phelen P;Bacon JP;Davies JA;Stebbings LA;Todman M;Avery L;Baines
RA;Barnes TM;Ford C;Hekimi S;Lee R;Shaw JE;Sta
Innexins: a family of invertebrate gap-junction proteins.
Trends in Genetics 14: 348-349 1998

CGC #3185
Thomas JH
Social life and the single nucleotide: Foraging behavior in C. elegans.
Cell 94: 549-550 1998

CGC #3186
Kawasaki I;Shim Y-H;Kirchner J;Kaminker J;Wood WB;Strome S
PGL-1, a predicted RNA-binding component of germ granules, is essential
for fertility in C. elegans.
Cell 94: 635-645 1998

CGC #3187
de Bono M;Bargmann CI
Natural variation in a neuropeptide Y receptor homolog modifies social
behavior and food response in C. elegans.
Cell 94: 679-689 1998