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CGC Bibliographic References

Theresa Stiernagle, Bob Herman

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

CGC #4878
Peckol EL;Troemel ER;Bargmann CI
Sensory experience and sensory activity regulate chemosensory receptor gene
expression in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98: 11032-11038 2001

CGC #4879
Satterlee JS;Sasakura H;Kuhara A;Berkeley M;Mori I;Sengupta P
Specification of the thermosensory neuron fate in C. elegans requires ttx-1, a
homolog of otd/Otx.
Neuron 31: 943-956 2001

CGC #4880
Xu K;Tavernarakis N;Driscoll M
Necrotic cell death in C. elegans requires the function of calreticulin and
regulators of Ca2+ release from the endoplasmic reticulum.
Neuron 31: 957-971 2001

CGC #4881
Veronico P;Gray LJ;Jones JT;Bazzicalupo P;Arbucci S;Cortese MR;Di Vito M;De
Giorgi C
Nematode chitin synthases: gene structure, expression and function in
Caenorhabditis elegans and the plant parasitic nematode Meloidogyne artiellia.
Molecular Genetics and Genomics 266: 28-34 2001

CGC #4882
Lee M;Cram EJ;Shen B;Schwarzbauer JE
Roles for beta pat-3 integrins in development and function of Caenorhabditis
elegans muscles and gonads.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276: 36404-36410 2001

CGC #4883
Fares H;Greenwald I
Genetic analysis of endocytosis in Caenorhabditis elegans: coelomocyte uptake
defective mutants.
Genetics 159: 133-145 2001

CGC #4884
Lemieux J;Lakowski B;Webb A;Meng Y;Ubach A;Bussiere F;Barnes T;Hekimi S
Regulation of physiological rates in Caenorhabditis elegans by a
tRNA-modifying enzyme in the mitochondria.
Genetics 159: 147-157 2001

CGC #4885
Natarajan L;Witwer NE;Eisenmann DM
The divergent Caenorhabditis elegans beta-catenin proteins BAR-1, WRM-1 and
HMP-2 make distinct protein interactions but retain functional redundancy in
Genetics 159: 159-172 2001

CGC #4886
Lee M-H;Schedl T
Identification of in vivo mRNA targets of GLD-1, a maxi-KH motif containing
protein required for C. elegans germ cell development.
Genes &; Development 15: 2408-2420 2001

CGC #4887
*Yi SY;Joeng KS;Kweon JU;Cho JW;Chung IK;Lee J
A single-stranded telomere binding protein in the nematode Caenorhabditis
FEBS Letters 505: 301-306 2001

CGC #4888
Davy A;Bello P;Thierry-Mieg N;Vaglio P;Hitti J;Doucette-Stamm L;Thierry-Mieg
D;Reboul J;Boulton S;Walhout AJM;Coux O;Vidal M
A protein-protein interaction map of the Caenorhabditis elegans 26S
EMBO Reports 2: 821-828 2001

CGC #4889
Villanueva A;Lozano J;Morales A;Lin X;Deng X;Hengartner MO;Kolesnick RN
jkk-1 and mek-1 regulate body movement coordination and response to heavy
metals through jnk-1 in Caenorhabditis elegans.
EMBO Journal 20: 5114-5128 2001

CGC #4890
Walker AK;Rothman JH;Shi Y;Blackwell TK
Distinct requirements for C. elegans TAF(II)s in early embryonic
EMBO Journal 20: 5269-5279 2001

CGC #4891
Koushika SP;Richmond JE;Hadwiger G;Weimer RM;Jorgensen EM;Nonet ML
A post-docking role for active zone protein Rim.
Nature Neuroscience 4: 997-1005 2001

CGC #4892
Chamberlin HM
The adaptable lin-39.
Nature Genetics 29: 106-107 2001

CGC #4893
Lloyd TE;Bellen HJ
pRIMing synaptic vesicles for fusion.
Nature Neuroscience 4: 965-966 2001

CGC #4894
Napier JA;Michaelson LV
Genomic and functional characterization of polyunsaturated fatty acid
biosynthesis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Lipids 36: 761-766 2001

CGC #4895
Dawe AL;Caldwell KA;Harris PM;Morris NR;Caldwell GA
Evolutionarily conserved nuclear migration genes required for early embryonic
development in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development Genes &; Evolution 211: 434-441 2001

CGC #4896
Murakami S;Johnson TE
The OLD-1 positive regulator of longevity and stress resistance is under
DAF-16 regulation in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Biology 11: 1517-1523 2001

CGC #4897
Gumienny TL;Brugnera E;Tosello-Trampont AC;Kinchen JM;Haney LB;Nishiwaki
K;Walk SF;Nemergut ME;Macara IG;Francis R;Schedl T;Qin Y;Van Aelst
L;Hengartner MO;Ravichandran KS
CED-12/ELMO, a novel member of the CrkII/DOCK180/Rac pathway, is required for
phagocytosis and cell migration.
Cell 107: 27-41 2001

CGC #4898
Epstein ACR;Gleadle JM;McNeill LA;Hewitson KS;O'Rourke J;Mole DR;Mukherji
M;Metzen E;Wilson MI;Dhanda A;Tian Y-M;Masson N;Hamilton DL;Jaakkola
P;Barstead R;Hodgkin J;Maxwell PH;Pugh CW;Schofield CJ;Ra
C. elegans EGL-9 and mammalian homologs define a family of dioxygenases that
regulate HIF by prolyl hydroxylation.
Cell 107: 43-54 2001

CGC #4899
Wu Y-C;Tsai M-C;Cheng L-C;Chou C-J;Weng N-Y
C. elegans CED-12 acts in the conserved CrkII/DOCK180/Rac pathway to control
cell migration and cell corpse engulfment.
Developmental Cell 1: 491-502 2001

CGC #4900
Hao JC;Wu TW;Fujisawa K;Culotti JG;Gengyo-Ando K;Mitani S;Moulder G;Barstead
R;Tessier-Lavigne M;Bargmann CI
C. elegans Slit acts in midline, dorsal-ventral, and anterior-posterior
guidance via the SAX-3/Robo receptor.
Neuron 32: 25-38 2001

CGC #4901
Yoder JH;Han M
Cytoplasmic dynein light intermediate chain is required for discrete aspects
of mitosis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 12: 2921-2933 2001

CGC #4902
Gallagher LA;Manoil C
Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1 kills Caenorhabditis elegans by cyanide poisoning.
Journal of Bacteriology 183: 6207-6214 2001

CGC #4903
Evans D;Perez I;MacMorris M;Leake D;Wilusz CJ;Blumenthal T
A complex containing CstF-64 and the SL2 snRNP connects mRNA 3' end formation
and trans-splicing in C. elegans operons.
Genes &; Development 15: 2652-2571 2001

CGC #4904
Hollis RP;Lagido C;Pettitt J;Porter AJR;Killham K;Paton GI;Glover LA
Toxicity of the bacterial luciferase substrate, n-decyl aldehyde, to
Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Caenorhabditis elegans.
FEBS Letters 506: 140-142 2001

CGC #4905
Navarro RE;Shim EY;Kohara Y;Singson A;Blackwell TK
cgh-1, a conserved predicted RNA helicase required for gametogenesis and
protection from physiological germline apoptosis in C. elegans.
Development 128: 3221-3232 2001

CGC #4906
Sarafi-Reinach TR;Melkman T;Hobert O;Sengupta P
The lin-11 LIM homeobox gene specifies olfactory and chemosensory neuron fates
in C. elegans.
Development 128: 3269-3291 2001

CGC #4907
Boehm M;Bonifacino JS
Adaptins: the final recount.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 12: 2907-2920 2001

CGC #4908
Jungblut B;Pires-da Silva A;Sommer RJ
Formation of the egg-laying system in Pristionchus pacificus requires complex
interactions between gonadal, mesodermal and epidermal tissues and does not
rely on single cell inductions.
Development 128: 3395-3404 2001

CGC #4909
Yorgey P;Rahme LG;Tan M-W;Ausubel FM
The roles of mucD and alginate in the virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginose in
plants, nematodes and mice.
Molecular Microbiology 41: 1063-1076 2001

CGC #4910
Moss EG
RNA interference: It's a small RNA world.
Current Biology 11: R772-R775 2001

CGC #4911
Henson PM;Bratton DL;Fadok VA
Apoptotic cell removal.
Current Biology 11: R795-R805 2001

CGC #4912
Kanaya S;Yamada Y;Kinouchi M;Kudo Y;Ikemura T
Codon usage and tRNA genes in eukaryotes: correlation of codon usage diversity
with translation efficiency and with CG-dinucleotide usage as assessed by
miltivariate analysis.
Journal of Molecular Evolution 53: 290-298 2001

CGC #4913
Finch CE;Ruvkun G
The genetics of aging.
Annual Review of Genomics &; Human Genetics 2: 435-462 2001

CGC #4914
Mukherjee S;Bal S;Saha P
Protein interaction maps using yeast two-hybrid assay.
Current Science 81: 458-464 2001

CGC #4915
Craxton M
Genomic analysis of synaptotagmin genes.
Genomics 77: 43-49 2001

CGC #4916
Wei J-Z;Hale K;Carta LK;Aroian RV
Are Bt toxins nematicides?
Phytopathology 91: S145 2001

CGC #4918
Boyd WA;Stringer VA;Williams PL
Metal LC50s of a soil nematode compared to published earthworm data.
"Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment: Implications for Environmental
Decisions." BM Greenberg, RN Hull, MH Roberts Jr, RW Gensemer, Eds., American
Society for Testing and Materials, Standard Technical Publication 1403. 10:
223-235 2001

CGC #4919
Derry WB;Putzke AP;Rothman JH
Caenorhabditis elegans p53: Role in apoptosis, meiosis, and stress resistance.
Science 294: 591-595 2001

CGC #4920
Parrish S;Fire A
Distinct roles for RDE-1 and RDE-4 during RNA interference in Caenorhabditis
RNA 7: 1397-1402 2001

CGC #4921
Missiaen L;Van Acker K;Parys JB;De Smedt H;Van Baelen K;Weidema AF;Vanoevelen
J;Raeymaekers L;Renders J;Callewaert G;Rizzuto R;Wuytack F
Baseline cytosolic Ca2+ oscillations derived from a non-endoplasmic reticulum
Ca2+ store.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276: 39161-39170 2001

CGC #4922
Oeda T;Shimohama S;Kitagawa N;Kohno R;Imura T;Shibasaki H;Ishii N
Oxidative stress causes abnormal accumulation of familial amyotrophic lateral
sclerosis-related mutant SOD1 in transgenic Caenorhabditis elegans.
Human Molecular Genetics 10: 2013-2023 2001

CGC #4923
Ketting RF;Fischer SEJ;Bernstein E;Sijen T;Hannon GJ;Plasterk RHA
Dicer functions in RNA interference and in synthesis of small RNA involved in
developmental timing in C. elegans.
Genes &; Development 15: 2654-2659 2001

CGC #4924
Laurent V;Brooks DR;Coates D;Isaac RE
Functional expression and characterization of the cytoplasmic aminopeptidase P
of Caenorhabditis elegans.
European Journal of Biochemistry 268: 5430-5438 2001

CGC #4925
Savage-Dunn C
Targets of TGF Beta-related signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Cytokine and Growth Factor Reviews 12: 305-312 2001

CGC #4926
Mango SE
Stop making nonSense: the C. elegans smg genes.
Trends in Genetics 17: 646-653 2001

CGC #4927
Lau Nelson C;Lim LP;Weinstein EG;Bartel DP
An abundant class of tiny RNAs with probable regulatory roles in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Science 294: 858-862 2001

CGC #4928
Lee RC;Ambros V
An extensive class of small RNAs in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Science 294: 862-864 2001

CGC #4929
Park JO;Hargreaves JR;Cole ALJ;Ghisalberti EL;Gams W;Sivasithamparam K
Cuticular disruption and mortality of Caenorhabditis elegans exposed to
culture filtrate of Byssochlamys nivea Westling.
Nematology 3: 355-363 2001

CGC #4930
Baird SE
Strain-specific variation in the pattern of caudal papillae in Caenorhabditis
briggsae (Nematoda: Rhabditidae); implications for species identification.
Nematology 3: 373-376 2001

CGC #4931
Rogers CM;Franks CJ;Walker RJ;Burke JF;Holden-Dye L
Regulation of the pharynx of Caenorhabditis elegans by 5-HT, octopamine, and
FMRFamide-like neuropeptides.
Journal of Neurobiology 49: 235-244 2001

CGC #4932
Combes D;Fedon Y;Toutant JP;Arpagaus M
Acetylcholinesterase genes in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
International Review of Cytology - A Survey of Cell Biology 209: 207-239 2001

CGC #4933
Lee J;Jee C;Lee JI;Lee MH;Lee MH;Koo HS;Chung CH;Ahnn J
A deubiquitinating enzyme, UCH/CeUBP130, has an essential role in the
formation of a functional microtubule-organizing centre (MTOC) during early
cleavage in C. elegans.
Genes to Cells 6: 899-911 2001

CGC #4934
Knight CG;Azevedo RBR;Leroi AM
Testing life-history pleiotropy in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Evolution 55: 1795-1804 2001

CGC #4935
Puoti A;Pugnale P;Belfiore M;Schlappi AC;Saudan Z
RNA and sex determination in Caenorhabditis elegans: Post-transcriptional
regulation of the sex-determining gene tra-2 and fem-3 mRNAs in the
Caenorhabditis elegans hermaphrodite.
EMBO Reports 2: 899-904 2001

CGC #4936
Goldstein B
On the evolution of early development in the Nematoda.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences 356: 1521-1531 2001

CGC #4937
Nguyen L;Round J;O'Connell R:Geurts P;Funes-Duran M;Wong J;Jongeward G;Vierra
Isolation and characterization of the activated B-cell factor 1 homolog in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Nucleic Acids Research 29: 4423-4432 2001

CGC #4938
Tong J;Killeen M;Steven R;Binns KL;Culotti J;Pawson T
Netrin stimulates tyrosine phosphorylation of the UNC-5 family of netrin
receptors and induces Shp2 binding to the RCM cytodomain.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276: 40917-40925 2001

CGC #4939
Johnson TE;de Castro E;de Castro SH;Cypser J;Henderson S;Tedesco P
Relationship between increased longevity and stress resistance as assessed
through gerontogene mutations in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Experimental Gerontology 36: 1609-1617 2001

CGC #4940
Amiri A;Keiper BD;Kawasaki I;Fan Y;Kohara Y;Rhoads RE;Strome S
An isoform of eIF4E is a component of germ granules and is required for
spermatogenesis in C. elegans.
Development 128: 3899-3912 2001

CGC #4941
Benard C;McCright B;Zhang Y;Felkai S;Lakowski B;Hekimi S
The C. elegans maternal effect gene clk-2 is essential for embryonic
development, encodes a protein homologous to yeast Tel2p and affects telomere
Development 128: 4045-4055 2001

CGC #4942
Knobel KM;Davis WS;Jorgensen EM;Bastiani MJ
UNC-119 suppresses axon branching in C. elegans.
Development 128: 4079-4092 2001

CGC #4943
Schutzman J;Borland CZ;Newman JC;Robinson MK;Kokel M;Stern MJ
The Caenorhabditis elegans EGL-15 signaling pathway implicates a DOS-like
multisubstrate adaptor protein in fibroblast growth factor signal
Molecular &; Cellular Biology 21: 8104-8116 2001

CGC #4944
Anyanful A;Sakube Y;Takuwa K;Kagawa H
The third and fourth tropomyosin isoforms of Caenorhabditis elegans are
expressed in the pharynx and intestines and are essential for development and
Journal of Molecular Biology 313: 525-537 2001

CGC #4945
Morino K;Katsumi H;Akahori Y;Iba Y;Shinohara M;Ukai Y;Kohara Y;Kurosawa Y
Antibody fusions with fluorescent proteins: a versatile reagent for profiling
protein expression.
Journal of Immunological Methods 257: 175-184 2001

CGC #4946
Kanugula S;Pegg AE
Novel DNA repair alkyltransferase from Caenorhabditis elegans.
Environmental &; Molecular Mutagenesis 38: 235-243 2001

CGC #4947
Aspock G;Burglin TR
The Caenorhabditis elegans Distal-less ortholog ceh-43 is required for
development of the anterior hypodermis.
Developmental Dynamics 222: 403-409 2001

CGC #4948
Hahn BS;Labouesse M
Tissue integrity: Hemidesmosomes and resistance to stress.
Current Biology 11: R858-R861 2001

CGC #4949
Meier B;Ahmed S
Checkpoints: chromosome pairing takes an unexpected twist.
Current Biology 11: R865-R868 2001

CGC #4950
Mariol MC;Segalat L
Muscular degeneration in the absence of dystrophin is a calcium-dependent
Current Biology 11: 1691-1694 2001

CGC #4951
Lim CS;Mian IS;Dernburg AF;Campisi J
C. elegans clk-2, a gene that limits life span, encodes a telomere length
regulator similar to yeast telomere binding protein Tel2p.
Current Biology 11: 1706-1710 2001

CGC #4952
Schumacher B;Hofmann K;Boulton S;Gartner A
The C. elegans homolog of the p53 tumor suppressor is required for DNA
damage-induced apoptosis.
Current Biology 11: 1722-1727 2001

CGC #4953
Ruvkun G
Glimpses of a tiny RNA world.
Science 294: 797-799 2001

CGC #4954
Fitzsimmons D;Lutz R;Wheat W;Chamberlin HM;Hagman J
Highly conserved amino acids in Pax and Ets proteins are required for DNA
binding and ternary complex assembly.
Nucleic Acids Research 29: 4154-4165 2001

CGC #4755
Carta LK
Bacterial-feeding nematode growth and preference for biocontrol isolates of
the bacterium Burkholderia cepacia.
Journal of Nematology 32: 362-369 2000

CGC #4956
Black MC;Williams PL
Preliminary assessment of metal toxicity in the middle Tisza River (Hungary)
flood plain.
Journal of Soils &; Sediments 1: 203-206 2001

CGC #4957
Johnson TE
SAGE thoughts on aging.
Genome Research 11: 1323-1324 2001

CGC #4958
Conradt B
Cell engulfment, no sooner ced than done.
Developmental Cell 1: 445-447 2001

CGC #4959
Spencer AG;Orita S;Malone CJ;Han M
A RHO GTPase-mediated pathway is required during P cell migration in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98: 13132-13137 2001

CGC #4960
Parker JA;Connolly JB;Wellington C;Hayden M;Dausset J;Neri C
Expanded polyglutamines in Caenorhabditis elegans cause axonal abnormalities
and severe dysfunction of PLM mechanosensory neurons without cell death.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98: 13318-13323 2001

CGC #4961
Koppen M;Simske JS;Sims PA;Firestein BL;Hall DH;Radice AD;Rongo C;Hardin JD
Cooperative regulation of AJM-1 controls junctional integrity in
Caenorhabditis elegans epithelia.
Nature Cell Biology 3: 983-991 2001

CGC #4962
Krause S;Sommer A;Fischer P;Brophy PM;Walter RD;Liebau E
Gene structure of the extracellular glutathione S-transferase from Onchocerca
volvulus and its overexpression and promoter analysis in transgenic
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Molecular &; Biochemical Parasitology 117: 145-154 2001

CGC #4963
Murakami M;Koga M;Ohshima Y
DAF-7/TGF-B expression required for the normal larval development in C.
elegans is controlled by a presumed guanylyl cyclase DAF-11.
Mechanisms of Development 109: 27-35 2001

CGC #4964
Michaux G;Legouis R;Labouesse M
Epithelial biology: lessons from Caenorhabditis elegans.
Gene 277: 83-100 2001

CGC #4965
Sommer RJ
As good as they get: cells in nematode vulva development and evolution.
Current Opinion in Cell Biology 13: 715-720 2001

CGC #4966
Menzel R;Bogaert T;Achazi R
A systematic gene expression screen of Caenorhabditis elegans cytochrome P450
genes reveals CYP35 as strongly xenobiotic inducible.
Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 395: 158-168 2001

CGC #4967
Dotan I;Ziv E;Dafni N;Beckman JS;McCann RO;Glover CVC;Canaani D
Functional conservation between the human, nematode, and yeast CK2 cell cycle
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 288: 603-609 2001

CGC #4968
Pereira-Leal JB;Seabra MC
Evolution of the Rab family of small GTP-binding proteins.
Journal of Molecular Biology 313: 889-901 2001

CGC #4969
Friedman R;Hughes AL
Pattern and timing of gene duplication in animal genomes.
Genome Research 11: 1842-1847 2001

CGC #4970
Andersen SSL
Zyg-1: elegans personified.
Trends in Cell Biology 11: 321-322 2000

CGC #4971
Nicodeme P
Fast approximate motif statistics.
Journal of Computational Biology 8: 235-248 2001

CGC #4972
Mitchell WA;Porter M;Kuwabara P;Mole SE
Genomic structure of three CLN3-like genes in Caenorhabditis elegans.
European Journal of Paediatric Neurology 5SA: 121-125 2001

CGC #4973
De Voer G;Jansen G;van Ommen GJ;Peters DJ;Taschner PE
Caenorhabditis elegans homologues of the CLN3 gene, mutated in juvenile
neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis.
European Journal of Paediatric Neurology 5SA: 115-120 2001

CGC #4974
Geary TG;Thompson DP
Caenorhabditis elegans: how good a model for veterinary parasites?
Veterinary Parasitology 101: 371-386 2001

CGC #4975
Nathoo AN;Moeller RA;Westlund BA;Hart AC
Identification of neuropeptide-like protein gene families in Caenorhabditis
elegans and other species.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98: 14000-14005 2001

CGC #4976
Staunton J;Ganetzky B;Nonet ML
Rabphilin potentiates soluble N-ethylmaleimide sensitive factor attachment
protein receptor function independently of rab-3.
Journal of Neuroscience 21: 9255-9264 2001

CGC #4977
Kass J;Jacob TC;Kim P;Kaplan JM
The EGL-3 proprotein convertase regulates mechanosensory responses of
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Neuroscience 21: 9265-9272 2001

CGC #4978
Hardaker LA;Singer E;Kerr R;Zhou G;Schafer WR
Serotonin modulates locomotory behavior and coordinates egg-laying and
movement in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Neurobiology 49: 303-313 2001

CGC #4979
Zwaal RR;Van Baelen K;Groenen JTM;Van Geel A;Rottiers V;Kaletta T;Dode
L;Raeymaekers L;Wuytack F;Bogaert T
The sarco-endoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ ATPase is required for development and
muscle function in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276: 43557-43565 2001

CGC #4980
Thompson FJ;Cockroft AC;Wheatley I;Britton C;Devaney E
Heat shock and developmental expression of hsp83 in the filarial nematode
Brugia pahangi.
European Journal of Biochemistry 268: 5808-5815 2001

CGC #4981
Sijen T;Fleenor J;Simmer F;Thijssen KL;Parrish S;Timmons L;Plasterk RHA;Fire A
On the role of RNA amplification in dsRNA-triggered gene silencing.
Cell 107: 465-476 2001

CGC #4982
Edgley ML;Riddle DL
LG II balancer chromosomes in Caenorhabditis elegans: mT1(II;III) and the mIn1
set of dominantly and recessively marked inversions.
Molecular Genetics &; Genomics 266: 385-395 2001

CGC #4983
Firestein BL;Rongo C
DLG-1 is a MAGUK similar to SAP97 and is required for adherens junction
Molecular Biology of the Cell 12: 3465-3475 2001

CGC #4984
Senoo-Matsuda N;Yasuda K;Tsuda M;Ohkubo T;Yoshimura S;Nakazawa H;Hartman
PS;Ishii N
A defect in the cytochrome b large subunit in complex II causes both
superoxide anion overproduction and abnormal energy metabolism in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276: 41553-41558 2001

CGC #4985
Zhu H;Duerr JS;Varoqui H;McManus JR;Rand JB;Erickson JD
Analysis of point mutations in the Caenorhabditis elegans vesicular
acetylcholine transporter reveals domains involved in substrate translocation.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276: 41580-41587 2001

CGC #4986
Crowder CM;Westover EJ;Kumar AS;Ostlund RE;Covey DF
Enantiospecificity of cholesterol function in vivo.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276: 44369-44372 2001

CGC #4987
Christensen M;Strange M
Developmental regulation of a novel outwardly rectifying mechanosensitive
anion channel in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276: 45024-45030 2001

CGC #4988
Ganko EW;Fielman KT;McDonald JF
Evolutionary history of Cer elements and their impact on the C. elegans
Genome Research 11: 2066-2074 2001

CGC #4989
Boudet N;Aubourg S;Toffano-Nioche C;Kreis M;Lecharny A
Evolution of intron/exon structure of DEAD helicase family genes in
Arabidopsis, Caenorhabditis, and Drosophila.
Genome Research 11: 2101-2114 2001

CGC #4990
Kwon JY;Kim-Ha J;Lee BJ;Lee J
The MED-7 transcriptional mediator encoded by let-49 is required for gonad and
germ cell development in Caenorhabditis elegans.
FEBS Letters 508: 305-308 2001

CGC #4991
Hoss S;Henschel T;Haitzer M;Traunspurger W;Steinberg CEW
Toxicity of cadmium to Caenorhabditis elegans (Nematoda) in whole sediment and
pore water - The ambiguous role of organic matter.
Environmental Toxicology &; Chemistry 20: 2794-2801 2001

CGC #4992
Liao VHC;Freedman JH
Characterization of a cadmium-inducible isoform of pyruvate carboxylase from
Caenorhabditis elegans.
DNA Sequence 12: 137-145 2001

CGC #4993
Maine EM
RNAi as a tool for understanding germline development in Caenorhabditis
elegans: Uses and cautions.
Developmental Biology 239: 177-189 2001

CGC #4994
Marshall SDG;McGhee JD
Coordination of ges-1 expression between the Caenorhabditis pharynx and
Developmental Biology 239: 350-363 2001

CGC #4995
Gomes JE;Encalada SE;Swan KA;Shelton CA;Carter JC;Bowerman B
The maternal gene spn-4 encodes a predicted RRM protein required for mitotic
spindle orientation and cell fate patterning in early C. elegans embryos.
Development 128: 4301-4314 2001

CGC #4996
Boxem M;van den Heuvel S
lin-35 Rb and cki-1 Cip/Kip cooperate in developmental regulation of G1
progression in C. elegans.
Development 128: 4349-4359 2001

CGC #4997
Siomos MF;Badrinath A;Pasierbek P;Livingstone D;White J;Glotzer M;Nasmyth K
Separase is required for chromosome segregation during meiosis I in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Biology 11: 1825-1835 2001

CGC #4998
Chen Z;Han M
C. elegans Rb, NuRD, and Ras regulate lin-39-mediated cell fusion during
vulval fate specification.
Current Biology 11: 1874-1879 2001

CGC #4999
Kokke BPA;Boelens WC;de Jong WW
The lack of chaperonelike activity of Caenorhabditis elegans Hsp12.2 cannot be
restored by domain swapping with human alpha B-crystallin.
Cell Stress &; Chaperones 6: 360-367 2001

CGC #5000
Suh S;Park YS;Lee YS;Cho TJ;Kaang BK;Cho NJ
Three functional isoforms of GAR-2, a Caenorhabditis elegans G-protein-linked
acetylcholine receptor, are produced by alternative splicing.
Biochemical &; Biophysical Research Communications 288: 1238-1243 2001

CGC #5001
Yoshida M;Sugimoto A;Ohshima Y;Takeshima H
Important role of junctophilin in nematode motor function.
Biochemical &; Biophysical Research Communications 289: 234-239 2001

CGC #5002
Tan KML;Chan SL;Tan KO;Yu VC
The Caenorhabditis elegans sex-determining protein FEM-2 and its human
homologue, hFEM-2, are Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase phosphatases
that promote apoptosis.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276: 44193-44202 2001

CGC #5003
Marson AL;Tarr DEK;Scott AL
Macrophage migration inhibitory factor (MIF) transcription is significantly
elevated in Caenorhabditis elegans dauer larvae.
Gene 278: 53-62 2001

CGC #5004
Lundquist EA;Reddien PW;Hartwieg E;Horvitz HR;Bargmann CI
Three C. elegans RAC proteins and several alternative RAC regulators control
axon guidance, cell migration and apoptotic cell phagocytosis.
Development 128: 4475-4488 2001

CGC #5005
Basham SE;Rose LS
The Caenorhabditis elegans polarity gene ooc-5 encodes a Torsin-related
protein of the AAA ATPase superfamily.
Development 128: 4645-4656 2001

CGC #5006
Borland CZ;Schutzman JL;Stern MJ
Fibroblast growth factor signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans.
BioEssays 23: 1120-1130 2001

CGC #5007
Hekimi S;Burgess J;Bussiere F;Meng Y;Benard C
Genetics of lifespan in C. elegans - molecular diversity, physiological
complexity, mechanistic simplicity.
Trends in Genetics 17: 712-718 2001

CGC #5008
Bignone FA
Structural complexity of early embryos - A study on the nematode
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biological Physics 27: 257-283 2001

CGC #5009
Srinivasan J;Pires-daSilva A;Gutierrez A;Zheng M;Jungblut B;Witte H;Schlak
I;Sommer RJ
Microevolutionary analysis of the nematode genus Pristionchus suggests a
recent evolution of redundant developmental mechanisms during vulval
Evolution &; Develolpment 3: 229-240 2001

CGC #5010
Enmark E;Gustafsson JA
Comparing nuclear receptors in worms, flies and humans.
Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 22: 611-615 2001

CGC #5011
Natsuka S;Takubo R;Seki R;Ikura K
Molecular cloning and expression of Caenorhabditis elegans ERp57-homologue
with transglutaminase activity.
Journal of Biochemistry 130: 731-735 2001

CGC #5012
Gerhard GS
Caloric restriction in nonmammalian models.
Journal of Anti-Aging Medicine 4: 205-213 2001

CGC #5013
van Rossum AJ;Brophy PM;Tait A;Barrett J;Jefferies JR
Proteomic identification of glutathione S-transferases from the model nematode
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Proteomics 1: 1463-1468 2001

CGC #5014
Byrd DT;Kawasaki M;Walcoff M;Hisamoto N;Matsumoto K;Jin Y
UNC-16, a JNK-signaling scaffold protein, regulates vesicle transport in C.
Neuron 32: 787-800 2001

CGC #5015
Wang ZW;Saifee O;Nonet ML;Salkoff L
SLO-1 potassium channels control quantal content of neurotransmitter release
at the C. elegans neuromuscular junction.
Neuron 32: 867-881 2001

CGC #5016
Frantz S
Role model.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 2: 872-873 2001

CGC #5017
Achaz G;Netter P;Coissac E
Study of intrachromosomal duplications among the eukaryotic genomes.
Molecular Biology &; Evolution 18: 2280-2288 2001

CGC #5018
Branicky R;Shibata Y;Feng J;Hekimi S
Phenotypic and suppressor analysis of defecation in clk-1 mutants reveals that
reaction to changes in temperature is an active process in Caenorhabditis
Genetics 159: 997-1006 2001

CGC #5019
Xu L;Paulsen J;Yoo Y;Goodwin EB;Strome S
Caenorhabditis elegans MES-3 is a target of GLD-1 and functions epigenetically
in germline development.
Genetics 159: 1007-1017 2001

CGC #5020
Xu L;Strome S
Depletion of a novel SET-domain protein enhances the sterility of mes-3 and
mes-4 mutants of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genetics 159: 1019-1029 2001

CGC #5021
Yoshida S;Morita K;Mochii M;Ueno N
Hypodermal expression of Caenorhabditis elegans TGF-B type I receptor SMA-6 is
essential for the growth and maintenance of body length.
Developmental Biology 240: 32-45 2001

CGC #5022
Chen Z;Han M
Role of C. elegans lin-40 MTA in vulval fate specification and morphogenesis.
Development 128: 4911-4921 2001

CGC #5023
Longman D;McGarvey T;McCracken S;Johnstone IL;Blencowe BJ;Caceres JF
Multiple interactions between SRm160 and SR family proteins in
enhancer-dependent splicing and development of C. elegans.
Current Biology 11: 1923-1933 2001

CGC #5024
Ahmed S;Alpi A;Hengartner MO;Gartner A
C. elegans RAD-5/CLK-2 defines a new DNA damage checkpoint protein.
Current Biology 11: 1934-1944 2001

CGC #5025
Lee RYN;Hench J;Ruvkun G
Regulation of C. elegans DAF-16 and its human ortholog FKHRL1 by the daf-2
insulin-like signaling pathway.
Current Biology11: 1950-1957 2001

CGC #5026
Henderson ST;Johnson TE
daf-16 integrates developmental and environmental inputs to mediate aging in
the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Biology 11: 1975-1980 2001

CGC #5027
Garcia LR;Mehta P;Sternberg PW
Regulation of distinct muscle behaviors controls the C. elegans male's
copulatory spicules during mating.
Cell 107: 777-788 2001

CGC #5028
Abdelghany HM;Gasmi L;Cartwright JL;Bailey S;Rafferty JB;McLennan AG
Cloning, characterisation and crystallisation of a diadenosine
5',5'''-P-1,P-4-tetraphosphate pyrophosphohydrolase from Caenorhabditis
Biochemica et Biophysica Acta - Protein Structure &; Molecular Enzymology 1550:
27-36 2001

CGC #5029
Nickerson CA
Putting C. elegans to Gram-positive use.
Trends in Microbiology 9: 581 2001

CGC #5030
Warren CE;Krizus A;Dennis JW
Complementary expression patterns of six nonessential Caenorhabditis elegans
core2/I N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase homologues.
Glycobiology 11: 979-988 2001

CGC #5031
Broadbent ID;Pettitt J
The C. elegans hmr-1 gene can encode a neuronal classic cadherin involved in
the regulation of axon fasciculation.
Current Biology 12: 59-63 2002

CGC #5032
Gao J;Estrada L;Cho S;Ellis RE;Gorski JL
The Caenorhabditis elegans homolog of FGD1, the human Cdc42 gene responsible
for faciogenital dysplasia, is critical for excretory cell morphogenesis.
Human Molecular Genetics 26: 3049-3062 2001

CGC #5033
Berman KS;Hutchison M;Avery L;Cobb MH
kin-18, a C. elegans protein kinase involved in feeding.
Gene 279: 137-147 2001

CGC #5034
Rea S
CLK-1/Coq7p is a DMQ mono-oxygenase and a new family member of the di-iron
carboxylate protein family.
FEBS Letters 509: 389-394 2001

CGC #5035
Butov A;Johnson T;Cypser J;Sannikov I;Volkov M;Sehl M;Yashin A
Hormesis and debilitation effects in stress experiments using the nematode
worm Caenorhabditis elegans: the model of balance between cell damage and HSP
Experimental Gerontology 37: 57-66 2001

CGC #5036
Calfon M;Zeng H;Urano F;Till JH;Hubbard SR;Harding HP;Clark SG;Ron D
IRE1 couples endoplasmic reticulum load to secretory capacity by processing
the XBP-1 mRNA.
Nature 415: 92-96 2002

CGC #5037
Tatar M;Rand DM
Dietary advice on Q.
Science 295: 54-55 2001

CGC #5038
Larsen PL;Clarke CF
Extension of life-span in Caenorhabditis elegans by a diet lacking coenzyme Q.
Science 295: 120-123 2002

CGC #5039
Boulton SJ;Gartner A;Reboul J;Vaglio P;Dyson N;Hill DE;Vidal M
Combined functional genomic maps of the C. elegans DNA damage response.
Science 295: 127-131 2002

CGC #5040
Nam S;Jin YH;Li QL;Lee KY;Jeong GB;Ito Y;Lee J;Bae SC
Expression pattern, regulation, and biological role of Runt domain
transcription factor, run, in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Molecular and Cellular Biology 22: 547-554 2002

CGC #5041
Hannak E;Kirkham M;Hyman AA;Oegema K
Aurora-A kinase is required for centrosome maturation in Caenorhabditis
Journal of Cell Biology 155: 1109-1115 2001

CGC #5042
Calvo D;Victor M;Gay F;Sui G;Luke MPS;Dufourcq P;Wen G;Maduro M;Rothman J;Shi
A POP-1 repressor complex restricts inappropriate cell type-specific gene
transcription during Caenorhabditis elegans embryogenesis.
EMBO Journal 20: 7197-7208 2001

CGC #5043
Ambros V
microRNAs: tiny regulators with great potential.
Cell 107: 823-826 2001

CGC #5044
Shen X;Ellis RE;Lee K;Liu CY;Yang K;Solomon A;Yoshida H;Morimoto R;Kurnit
DM;Mori K;Kaufman RJ
Complementary signaling pathways regulate the unfolded protein response and
are required for C. elegans development.
Cell 107: 893-903 2001

CGC #5045
Jin SW;Arno N;Cohen A;Shah A;Xu QJ;Chen N;Ellis RE
In Caenorhabditis elegans, the RNA-binding domains of the cytoplasmic
polyadenylation element binding protein FOG-1 are needed to regulate germ cell
Genetics 159: 1617-1630 2001

CGC #5046
Lambie EJ
Cell proliferation and growth in C. elegans.
BioEssays 24: 38-53 2002

CGC #5047
Rongo C
Disparate cell types use a shared complex of PDZ proteins for polarized
protein localization.
Cytokine &; Growth Factor Reviews 12: 349-359 2001

CGC #5048
Hagen F;Layden M;Nehrke K;Gentile K;Berbach K;Tsao CC;Forsythe M
Mucin-type O-glycosylation in C. elegans is initiated by a family of
Trends in Glycoscience and Glycotechnology 13: 463-479 2001

CGC #5049
Hirabayashi J;Arata Y;Hayama K;Kasai K
Galectins from the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans and the glycome project.
Trends in Glycoscience and Glycotechnology 13: 533-549 2001

CGC #5050
Hirabayashi J
Loss-of-function of a glycosyltransferase results in resistance to Bacillus
toxins in C. elegans.
Trends in Glycoscience and Glycotechnology 13: 555-556 2001

CGC #5051
Tsang WY;Lemire BD
Mitochondrial genome content is regulated during nematode development.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 291: 8-16 2002

CGC #5052
L'Hernault SW;Singson AW
Developmental genetics of spermatogenesis in the nematode Caenorhabditis
"The Testis: From Stell Cell to Sperm Function". E Goldberg (ed).
Springer-Verlag, New York. : 109-119 2000

CGC #5053
Starr DA;Hermann GJ;Malone CJ;Fixsen W;Priess JR;Horvitz HR;Han M
unc-83 encodes a novel component of the nuclear envelope and is essential for
proper nuclear migration.
Development 128: 5039-5050 2001

CGC #5054
Gerisch B;Weitzel C;Kober-Eisermann C;Rottiers V;Antebi A
A hormonal signaling pathway influencing C. elegans metabolism, reproductive
development, and life span.
Developmental Cell 1: 841-851 2001

CGC #5055
Segal SP;Graves LE;Verheyden J;Goodwin EB
RNA-regulated TRA-1 nuclear export controls sexual fate.
Developmental Cell 1: 539-551 2001

CGC #5056
Gaudet J;Mango SE
Regulation of organogenesis by the Caenorhabditis elegans FoxA protein PHA-4.
Science 295: 821-825 2002

CGC #5057
Gillespie PG;Walker RG
Molecular basis of mechanosensory transduction.
Nature 413: 194-202 2001

CGC #5058
Brose N;Rosenmund C;Rettig J
Regulation of transmitter release by Unc-13 and its homologues.
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 10: 303-311 2000

CGC #5059
Walhout AJM;Vidal M
Protein interaction maps for model organisms.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 2: 55-62 2001

CGC #5060
Zamore PD
RNA interference: listening to the sound of silence.
Nature Structural Biology 8: 746-750 2001

CGC #5061
Yu TW;Bargmann CI
Dynamic regulation of axon guidance.
Nature Neuroscience 4: 1169-1176 2001

CGC #5062
Eddy SR
Non-coding RNA genes and the modern RNA world.
Nature Reviews Genetics 2: 919-929 2001

CGC #5063
Wendland B
Round-trip ticket: recycling to the plasma membrane requires RME-1.
Nature Cell Biology 3: E133-E135 2001

CGC #5064
Aurelio O;Hall DH;Hobert O
Immunoglobulin-domain proteins required for maintenance of ventral nerve cord
Science 295: 686-690 2002

CGC #5065
Arantes-Oliveira N;Apfeld J;Dillin A;Kenyon C
Regulation of life-span by germ-line stem cells in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Science 295: 502-505 2002

CGC #5066
Levitan D;Yu G;Hyslop PSG;Goutte C
APH-2/nicastrin functions in LIN-12/Notch signaling in the Caenorhabditis
elegans somatic gonad.
Developmental Biology 240: 654-661 2001

CGC #5067
Grosshans H;Slack FJ
Micro-RNAs: small is plentiful.
Journal of Cell Biology 156: 17-21 2001

CGC #5068
Karlin S;Brocchieri L;Bergman A;Mrazek J;Gentles AJ
Amino acid runs in eukaryotic proteomes and disease associations.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 99: 333-338 2002

CGC #5069
Green DR;Beere HM
Apoptosis: Mostly dead.
Nature 412: 133-135 2001

CGC #5070
Vogel G
Genes keep neurons' house in order.
Science 295: 599-601 2002

CGC #5071
Hengartner MO
Apoptosis: DNA destroyers.
Nature 412: 27-29 2002

CGC #5072
de Pomerai DI;Dawe A;Djerbib L;Allan J;Brunt G;Daniells C
Growth and maturation of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans following
exposure to weak microwave fields.
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 30: 73-79 2002

CGC #5073
Yu H;Larsen PL
DAF-16-dependent and independent expression targets of DAF-2 insulin
receptor-like pathway in Caenorhabditis elegans include FKBPs.
Journal of Molecular Biology 314: 1017-1028 2001

CGC #5074
Nurrish SJ
An overview of C. elegans trafficking mutants.
Traffic 3: 2-10 2002

CGC #5075
Fares H;Grant B
Deciphering endocytosis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Traffic 3: 11-19 2002

CGC #5076
Siddiqui SS
Metazoan motor models: kinesin superfamily in C. elegans.
Traffic 3: 20-28 2002

CGC #5077
Tijsterman M;Ketting RF;Okihara KL;Sijen T;Plasterk RHA
RNA helicase MUT-14-dependent gene silencing triggered in C. elegans by short
antisense RNAs.
Science 295: 694-697 2002

CGC #5078
Hihi AK;Gao Y;Hekimi S
Ubiquinone is necessary for Caenorhabditis elegans development at
mitochondrial and non-mitochondrial sites.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277: 2202-2206 2002

CGC #5079
Morton DG;Shakes DC;Nugent S;Dichoso D;Wang W;Golden A;Kemphues KJ
The Caenorhabditis elegans par-5 gene encodes a 14-3-3 protein required for
cellular asymmetry in the early embryo.
Developmental Biology 241: 47-58 2002

CGC #5080
Kostas SA;Fire A
The T-box factor MLS-1 acts as a molecular switch during specification of
nonstriated muscle in C. elegans.
Genes &; Development 16: 257-269 2002

CGC #5081
Patel MN;Knight CG;Karageorgi C;Leroi AM
Evolution of germ-line signals that regulate growth and aging in nematodes.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 99: 769-744 2002

CGC #5082
Goutte C;Tsunozaki M;Hale VA;Priess JR
APH-1 is a multipass membrane protein essential for the Notch signaling
pathway in Caenorhabditis elegans embryos.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 99: 775-779 2002

CGC #5083
Shim YH;Chun JH;Lee EY;Paik YK
Role of cholesterol in germ-line development of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Molecular Reproduction and Development 61: 358-366 2002

CGC #5084
Stothard P;Hansen D;Pilgrim D
Evolution of the PP2C family in Caenorhabditis: rapid divergence of the
sex-determining protein FEM-2.
Journal of Molecular Evolution 54: 267-282 2002

CGC #5085
Kodama Y;Rothman JR;Sugimoto A;Yamamoto M
The stem-loop binding protein CDL-1 is required for chromosome condensation,
progression of cell death and morphogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Development 129: 187-196 2002

CGC #5086
Jia K;Albert PS;Riddle DL
DAF-9, a cytochrome P450 regulating C. elegans larval development and adult
Development 129: 221-231 2002

CGC #5087
Saigusa T;Ishizaki S;Watabiki S;Ishii N;Tanakadate A;Tamai Y;Hasegawa K
Circadian behavioural rhythm in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Biology R46-R47 2002

CGC #5088
Kippert F;Saunders DS;Blaxter ML
Caenorhabditis elegans has a circadian clock.
Current Biology 12: R47-R49 2002

CGC #5089
Seiffert SM;Vier J;Hacker G
Subcellular localization, oligomerization, and ATP-binding of Caenorhabditis
elegans CED-4.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 290: 359-365 2002

CGC #5090
Barral JM;Hutagalung AH;Brinker A;Hartl FU;Epstein HF
Role of the myosin assembly protein UNC-45 as a molecular chaperone for
Science 295: 669-671 2002

CGC #5091
Nonet ML
AEXpulsing a retrograde signal.
Neuron 33: 155-156 2002

CGC #5092
Doi M;Iwasaki K
Regulation of retrograde signaling at neuromuscular junctions by the novel C2
domain protein AEX-1.
Neuron 33: 249-259 2002

CGC #5093
McPartland JM;Glass M
Nematicidal effects of hemp (Cannabis sativa) may not be mediated by
cannabinoid receptors.
New Zealand Journal of Crop &; Horticultural Science 29: 301-307 2001

CGC #5094
Streit A;Kohler R;Marty T;Belfiore M;Takacs-Vellai K;Vigano MA;Schnabel
R;Affolter M;Mueller F
Conserved regulation of the Caenorhabditis elegans labial/Hox1 gene ceh-13.
Developmental Biology 242: 96-108 2002

CGC #5095
Rappleye CA;Tagawa A;Lyczak R;Bowerman B;Aroian RV
The anaphase-promoting complex and separin are required for embryonic
anterior-posterior axis formation.
Developmental Cell 2: 195-206 2002

CGC #5096
Davis ES;Wille L;Chestnut BA;Sadler PL;Shakes DC;Golden A
Multiple subunits of the Caenorhabditis elegans anaphase-promoting complex are
required for chromosome segregation during meiosis I.
Genetics 160: 805-813 2002

CGC #5097
Suo S;Sasagawa N;Ishiura S
Identification of a dopamine receptor from Caenorhabditis elegans.
Neuroscience Letters 319: 13-16 2002

CGC #5098
Lanjuin A;Sengupta P
Regulation of chemosensory receptor expression and sensory signaling by the
KIN-29 Ser/Thr kinase.
Neuron 33: 369-381 2002

CGC #5099
Hashmi S;Britton C;Liu J;Guiliano DB;Oksov Y;Lustigman S
Cathepsin L is essential for embryogenesis and development of Caenorhabditis
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277: 3477-3486 2002

CGC #5100
Kim YC;Lee MH;Ryu SS;Kim JH;Koo HS
Coaction of DNA topoisomerase III alpha and a RecQ homologue during the
germ-line mitosis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Genes to Cells 7: 19-27 2002

CGC #5101
Victor M;Bei Y;Gay F;Calvo D;Mello C;Shi Y
HAT activity is essential for CBP-1-dependent transcription and
differentiation in Caenorhabditis elegans.
EMBO Reports 3: 50-55 2002

CGC #5102
Tanaka-Hino M;Sagasti A;Hisamoto N;Kawasaki M;Nakano S;Ninomiya-Tsuji
J;Bargmann CI;Matsumoto K
SEK-1 MAPKK mediates Ca2+ signaling to determine neuronal asymmetric
development in Caenorhabditis elegans.
EMBO Reports 3: 56-62 2002

CGC #5103
Hanna-Rose W;Han M
The Caenorhabditis elegans EGL-26 protein mediates vulval cell morphogenesis.
Developmental Biology 241: 247-258 2002

CGC #5104
Kishore RS;Sundaram MV
ced-10 Rac and mig-2 function redundantly and act with unc-73 Trio to control
the orientation of vulval cell divisions and migrations in Caenorhabditis
Developmental Biology 241: 339-348 2002

CGC #5105
Banerjee D;Slack F
Control of developmental timing by small temporal RNAs: a paradigm for
RNA-mediated regulation of gene expression.
BioEssays 24: 119-129 2002

CGC #5106
Kohra S;Kuwahara K;Takao Y;Ishibashi Y;Lee HC;Arizono K;Tominaga N
Effect of bisphenol-A on the feeding behavior of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Health Science 48: 93-95 2002

CGC #5107
Degtyareva NP;Greenwell P;Hofmann ER;Hengartner MO;Zhang L;Culotti JG;Petes TD
Caenorhabditis elegans DNA mismatch repair gene msh-2 is required for
microsatellite stability and maintenance of genome integrity.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 99: 2158-2163 2002

CGC #5108
Kurz T;Pintard L;Willis JH;Hamill DR;Gonczy P;Peter M;Bowerman B
Cytoskeletal regulation by the Nedd8 ubiquitin-like protein modification
Science 295: 1294-1298 2002

CGC #5109
Simon JM;Sternberg PW
Evidence of a mate-finding cue in the hermaphrodite nematode Caenorhabditis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 99: 1598-1603 2002

CGC #5110
Strange K
Of mice and worms: novel insights into ClC-2 anion channel physiology.
News in Physiological Sciences 17: 11-16 2002

CGC #5111
Wodarz A
Establishing cell polarity in development.
Nature Cell Biology 4: E39-E44 2002

CGC #5112
Kurz CL;Pujol N
C. elegans: huge mountains of data.
M S-Medecine Sciences 18: 97-99 2002

CGC #5113
Furst J;Ritter M;Rudzki J;Danzl J;Gschwentner M;Scandella E;Jakab M;Konig
M;Oehl B;Lang F;Deetjen P;Paulmichl M
ICln ion channel splice variants in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277: 4435-4445 2002

CGC #5114
Tu Z;Shao H
Intra- and inter-specific diversity of Tc3-like transposons in nematodes and
insects and implications for their evolution and transposition.
Gene 282: 133-142 2002

CGC #5115
Nance J;Priess JR
Cell polarity and gastrulation in C. elegans.
Development 129: 387-397 2002

CGC #5116
Siegfried KR;Kimble J
POP-1 controls axis formation during early gonadogenesis in C. elegans.
Development 129: 443-453 2002

CGC #5117
Kelly WG;Schaner CE;Dernburg AF;Lee MH;Kim SK;Villeneuve AM;Reinke V
X-chromosome silencing in the germline of C. elegans.
Development 129: 479-492 2002

CGC #5118
Jin YS
Synaptogenesis: insights from worm and fly.
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 12: 71-79 2002

CGC #5119
Aballay A;Ausubel FM
Caenorhabditis elegans as a host for the study of host-pathogen interactions.
Current Opinion in Microbiology 5: 97-101 2002

CGC #5120
Goodwin EB;Ellis RE
Turning clustering loops: sex determination in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Current Biology 12: R111-R120 2002

CGC #5121
Cotter PJ;Caffrey DR;Shields DC
Improved database searches for orthologous sequences by conditioning on
outgroup sequences.
Bioinformatics 18: 83-91 2002

CGC #5122
Mohler WA;Shemer G;del Campo JJ;Valansi C;Opoku-Serebuoh E;Scranton V;Assaf
N;White JG;Podbilewicz B
The type I membrane protein EFF-1 is essential for developmental cell fusion.
Developmental Cell 2: 355-362 2002

CGC #5123
Soto MC;Qadota H;Kasuya K;Inoue M;Tsuboi D;Mello CC;Kaibuchi K
The GEX-2 and GEX-3 proteins are required for tissue morphogenesis and cell
migrations in C. elegans.
Genes &; Development 16: 620-632 2002

CGC #5124
Custodia N;Won SJ;Novilla A;Weiland M;Li C;Callard IP
Caenorhabditis elegans as an environmental monitor using DNA microarray
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 948: 32-42 2001

CGC #5125
Steinberg CEW;Hoss S;Bruggemann R
Further evidence that humic substances have the potential to modulate the
reproduction of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
International Review of Hydrobiology 87: 121-133 2002

CGC #5126
Christensen M;Estevez A;Yin X;Fox R;Morrison R;McDonnell M;Gleason C;Miller
DM;Strange K
A primary culture system for functional analysis of C. elegans neurons and
muscle cells.
Neuron 33: 503-514 2002

CGC #5127
Goodman MB;Ernstrom GG;Chelur DS;O'Hagan R;Yao CA;Chalfie M
MEC-2 regulates C. elegans DEG/ENaC channels needed for mechanosensation.
Nature 415: 1039-1042 2002

CGC #5128
Yamanaka A;Yada M;Imaki H;Koga M;Ohshima Y;Nakayama KI
Multiple Skp1-related proteins in Caenorhabditis elegans: diverse patterns of
interaction with Cullins and F-box proteins.
Current Biology 12: 267-275 2002

CGC #5129
Nayak S;Santiago FE;Jin H;Lin D;Schedl T;Kipreos ET
The Caenorhabditis elegans Skp1-related gene family: diverse functions in cell
proliferation, morphogenesis, and meiosis.
Current Biology 12: 277-287 2002

CGC #5130
Kato Y;Aizawa T;Hoshino H;Kawano K;Nitta K;Zhang H
abf-1 and abf-2, ASABF-type antimicrobial peptide genes in Caenorhabditis
Biochemical Journal 361: 221-230 2002

CGC #5131
Clucas C;Cabello J;Bussing I;Schnabel R;Johnstone IL
Oncogenic potential of a C. elegans cdc25 gene is demonstrated by a
gain-of-function allele.
EMBO Journal 21: 665-674 2002

CGC #5132
Moss EG
MicroRNAs: Hidden in the genome.
Current Biology 12: R138-R140 2002

CGC #5133
Miyadera H;Kano K;Miyoshi H;Ishii N;Hekimi S;Kita K
Quinones in long-lived clk-1 mutants of Caenorhabditis elegans.
FEBS Letters 512: 33-37 2002

CGC #5134
Rinaldo C;Bazzicalupo P;Ederle S;Hilliard M;La Volpe A
Roles for Caenorhabditis elegans rad-51 in meiosis and in resistance to
ionizing radiation during development.
Genetics 160: 471-479 2002

CGC #5135
Hsu V;Zobel CL;Lambie EJ;Schedl T;Kornfeld K
Caenorhabditis elegans lin-45 raf is essential for larval viability, fertility
and the induction of vulval cell fates.
Genetics 160: 481-492 2002

CGC #5136
Zhang H;Emmons SW
Caenorhabditis elegans unc-37/groucho interacts genetically with components of
the transcriptional mediator complex.
Genetics 160: 799-803 2002

CGC #5137
Fay DS;Keenan S;Han M
fzr-1 and lin-35/Rb function redundantly to control cell proliferation in C.
elegans as revealed by a nonbiased synthetic screen.
Genes &; Development 16: 503-517 2002

CGC #5138
Rugarli EI;Di Schiavi E;Hilliard MA;Arbucci S;Ghezzi C;Facciolli A;Coppola
G;Ballabio A;Bazzicalupo P
The Kallmann syndrome gene homolog in C. elegans is involved in epidermal
morphogenesis and neurite branching.
Development 129: 1283-1294 2002