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  • Pufall Miles A.; Graves Barbara J. (Annual Reviews, 2002-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Autoinhibitory domains are regions of proteins that negatively regulate the function of other domains via intramolecular interactions. Autoinhibition is a potent regulatory mechanism that provides tight “on-site” ...
  • Mombaerts Peter (Annual Reviews, 2006-11-01)
    Abstract The main olfactory epithelium of the mouse is a mosaic of 2000 populations of olfactory sensory neurons (OSNs). Each population expresses one allele of one of the 1000 intact odorant receptor (OR) genes. An OSN ...
  • Bramhill David (Annual Reviews, 1997-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Bacteria usually divide by building a central septum across the middle of the cell. This review focuses on recent results indicating that the tubulin-like FtsZ protein plays a central role in cytokinesis as a ...
  • Barbieri Joseph T.; Riese Matthew J.; Aktories Klaus (Annual Reviews, 2002-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Bacterial pathogens utilize several strategies to modulate the organization of the actin cytoskeleton. Some bacterial toxins catalyze the covalent modification of actin or the Rho GTPases, which are involved ...
  • Lee Marcus C.S.; Miller Elizabeth A.; Goldberg Jonathan; Orci Lelio; Schekman Randy (Annual Reviews, 2004-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and the Golgi comprise the first two steps in protein secretion. Vesicular carriers mediate a continuous flux of proteins and lipids between these compartments, reflecting the ...
  • Budihardjo Imawati; Oliver Holt; Lutter Michael; Luo Xu; Wang Xiaodong (Annual Reviews, 1999-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Caspase activation plays a central role in the execution of apoptosis. The key components of the biochemical pathways of caspase activation have been recently elucidated. In this review, we focus on the two ...
  • Shao Z; Yang J; Somlyo A P (Annual Reviews, 1995-11-01)
  • Brodsky Frances M.; Chen Chih-Ying; Knuehl Christine; Towler Mhairi C.; Wakeham Diane E. (Annual Reviews, 2001-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  There has recently been considerable progress in understanding the regulation of clathrin-coated vesicle (CCV) formation and function. These advances are due to the determination of the structure of a number ...
  • Wilson Thérèse; Hastings J. Woodland (Annual Reviews, 1998-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Bioluminescence has evolved independently many times; thus the responsible genes are unrelated in bacteria, unicellular algae, coelenterates, beetles, fishes, and others. Chemically, all involve exergonic ...
  • Hartenstein Volker (Annual Reviews, 2006-11-01)
    Abstract Recent findings strongly suggest that the molecular pathways involved in the development and function of blood cells are highly conserved among vertebrates and various invertebrate phyla. This has led to a renewed ...
  • Briggs Winslow R.; Huala Eva (Annual Reviews, 1999-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  In the past few years great progress has been made in identifying and characterizing plant photoreceptors active in the blue/UV-A regions of the spectrum. These photoreceptors include cryptochrome 1 and ...
  • Olsen Bjorn R.; Reginato Anthony M.; Wang Wenfang (Annual Reviews, 2000-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Early development of the vertebrate skeleton depends on genes that pattern the distribution and proliferation of cells from cranial neural crest, sclerotomes, and lateral plate mesoderm into mesenchymal ...
  • Irvine Kenneth D.; Rauskolb Cordelia (Annual Reviews, 2001-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Developing organisms may contain billions of cells destined to differentiate in numerous different ways. One strategy organisms use to simplify the orchestration of development is the separation of cell populations ...
  • Ghabrial Amin; Luschnig Stefan; Metzstein Mark M.; Krasnow Mark A. (Annual Reviews, 2003-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Many organs including the mammalian lung and vascular system consist of branched tubular networks that transport essential gases or fluids, but the genetic programs that control the development of these complex ...
  • Smith Gregory A.; Enquist Lynn W. (Annual Reviews, 2002-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  The host cytoskeleton plays important roles in the entry, replication, and egress of viruses. An assortment of viruses hijack cellular motor proteins to move on microtubules toward the cell interior during the ...
  • Wheelock Margaret J.; Johnson Keith R. (Annual Reviews, 2003-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Cadherins are transmembrane glycoproteins that mediate calcium-dependent cell-cell adhesion. The cadherin family is large and diverse, and proteins are considered to be members of this family if they have one ...
  • Cioce Mario; Lamond Angus I. (Annual Reviews, 2005-11-01)
    Abstract This review surveys what is known about the structure and function of the subnuclear domains called Cajal bodies (CBs). The major focus is on CBs in mammalian cells but we provide an overview of homologous CB ...
  • Gall Joseph G. (Annual Reviews, 2000-11-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Cajal bodies are small nuclear organelles first described nearly 100 years ago by Ramón y Cajal in vertebrate neural tissues. They have since been found in a variety of animal and plant nuclei, suggesting that ...
  • Nelson R M; Venot A; Bevilacqua M P; Linhardt R J; Stamenkovic I (Annual Reviews, 1995-11-01)
  • Hay Bruce A.; Guo Ming (Annual Reviews, 2006-11-01)
    Abstract Cell death plays many roles during development, in the adult, and in the genesis of many pathological states. Much of this death is apoptotic in nature and requires the activity of members of the caspase family ...