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15 October 1994
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Visualization of G1 chromosomes: a folded, twisted, supercoiled chromonema model of interphase chromatid structure.
ScII: an abundant chromosome scaffold protein is a member of a family of putative ATPases with an unusual predicted tertiary structure.
Localization of Sed5, a putative vesicle targeting molecule, to the cis-Golgi network involves both its transmembrane and cytoplasmic domains.
Fluorescent choleretic and cholestatic bile salts take different paths across the hepatocyte: transcytosis of glycolithocholate leads to an extensive redistribution of annexin II.
Cryo-electron microscopy and three-dimensional reconstruction of the calcium release channel/ryanodine receptor from skeletal muscle.
Sequences responsible for intracellular localization of beta-actin messenger RNA also affect cell phenotype.
In Special Collection: JCB65: RNA
Cell cycle analysis of the activity, subcellular localization, and subunit composition of human CAK (CDK-activating kinase).
Biological function of PDGF-induced PI-3 kinase activity: its role in alpha PDGF receptor-mediated mitogenic signaling.
Mediation of chemoattractant-induced changes in [Ca2+]i and cell shape, polarity, and locomotion by InsP3, DAG, and protein kinase C in newt eosinophils.
Differential perturbations in the morphogenesis of anterior structures induced by overexpression of truncated XB- and N-cadherins in Xenopus embryos.
Inhibition of anchorage-dependent cell spreading triggers apoptosis in cultured human endothelial cells.
The alpha v beta 6 integrin promotes proliferation of colon carcinoma cells through a unique region of the beta 6 cytoplasmic domain.
Expression of beta 1B integrin isoform in CHO cells results in a dominant negative effect on cell adhesion and motility.
Characterization of the yeast (1-->6)-beta-glucan biosynthetic components, Kre6p and Skn1p, and genetic interactions between the PKC1 pathway and extracellular matrix assembly.
EvolutionThe evolution of the cytoskeleton