National Cell Culture Center

National Cell Culture Center
The National Cell Culture Center (“NCCC”) was founded in 1990 through a grant from the National Institutes of Health.  The NCCC provided cell culture services to over 500 research laboratories in essentially every major university and non-profit research institute in the United States.  
After the discontinuation of NCCC in 2007, Cell Culture Company continues to provide these services including large scale production of monoclonal antibodies, non-hybridoma cell products and numerous mammalian and insect cell lines.  For more information, please contact us.
Cell Culture Company helped the following research:
Name
Institute
Author
Title
Publication
Year
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
J. C. Becker, et al.
Targeted interleukin-2 therapy for melanoma by immunocytokines.
Dermatol. Therapy, 10: 53-61, 1991.
1991
Schumaker, Verne
UCLA
Luo, et al.
Recombinant human compliment subcomponent C1s lacking beta-hydroxyasparagine, sialic acid and one of its two carbohydrate chains still reassembles with C1q and C1r to form a functional C1 complex.
Biochemistry, 31: 4254-4262, 1992.
1992
Sykes, Megan
Massachusetts General Hospital
M. Sykes, et al.
Dissociating graft-vs-host disease from the graft-vs-leukemia effect of allogeneic T cells; the potential role of IL-2.
Bone Marrow Transplantation, 10 Suppl 1: 1-4, 1992.
1992
Sykes, Megan
Massachusetts General Hospital
M. Sykes, et al.
The mechanism of IL-2 mediated protection against GVHD in mice. II. Protection occurs independently of NK/LAK cells.
Transplantation, 53 (5): 1063-70, May 1992.
1992
Brugge, Joan S.
ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Z. Weng, et al.
Detection of Src homology 3-binding proteins, including paxilin, in normal and v-Src-transformed Balb/c 3T3 cells.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 268 (2): 14956-63, July 1993.
1993
Burton, Z. F.
Michigan State University
B. Q. Wang, et al.
Production of human RAP30 and RAP74 in bacterial cells.
Protein Expression and Purification, 4 (3): 207-14, June 1993 .
1993
Burton, Z. F.
Michigan State University
C. Chang, et al.
RAP 30/74 (transcription factor IIF) is required for promoter escape by RNA polymerase II..
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 268 (27): 20482-9, September 1993.
1993
Burton, Z. F.
Michigan State University
D. D. Kephart, et al.
Cloning of Drosophila cDNA with sequence similarity to human transcription factor RAP74.
Nucleic Acids Research, 21 (5): 1319, March 11, 1993.
1993
Craft, Joseph
Yale University School of Medicine
M. J. Mamula, et al.
Role of intermolecular / intrastructural B and T cell determinants in the diversification of autoantibodies to ribonucleoprotein particles.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 90: 12010-12014. 1993
1993
Kupfer, Stuart
University of North Carolina
K-C. Ho, et al.
A complex response element in intron 1 of the androgen regulated 20 kDa protein gene displays cell-type dependent androgen receptor specificity.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 268: 27226-27235. 1993
1993
Kupfer, Stuart
University of North Carolina
S. R. Kupfer, et al.
Receptor accessory factor enhances specific DNA binding of androgen and glucocorticoid receptors.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 268: 17519-17527. 1993
1993
Ptashne, Mark
Harvard University
Muller, et al.
Delineation of two functional regions of transcription factor TFIIB.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 90 (12): 5628-32, 1993.
1993
Riegel, A. T.
Georgetown University
A. F. Dobrenski, et al.
DNA binding of the transcription factor PO-B is regulated during differentiation of HL-60 cells.
Cell Growth & Differentiation, 4 (8): 647-56, August 1993.
1993
Riegel, A. T.
Georgetown University
Y. Lu, et al.
Cloning and expression of a novel human DNA binding protein, PO-GA.
Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications 193(2): 779-86, June 15, 1993.
1993
Robinson, Phyllis
University of Maryland
G. B. Cohen, et al.
Constitutive activation of opsin: Influence of charge at position 134 and size at position 296.
Biochemistry, 32 (23): 6111-5, June 15, 1993.
1993
Sykes, Megan
Massachusetts General Hospital
M. Sykes, et al.
Effect of natural killer cell depletion on long-term multilineage allogeneic bone marrow engraftment.
Transplantation Proceedings, 25 (1 Pt 2): 1246-7, February 1993.
1993
Sykes, Megan
Massachusetts General Hospital
M. Sykes, et al.
Hematopoietic cells and radioresistant host elements influence natural killer cell differentiation.
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 178 (1): 223-9, July 1, 1993.
1993
Burton, Z. F.
Michigan State University
B. Q. Wang, et al.
Importance of Codon preference for production of human RAP74 and reconstitution of the RAP30/74 complex.
Protein Expression and Purification, 5: 476-485, 1994.
1994
Craft, Joseph
Yale University School of Medicine
Brooks, et al.
The Pattern of AntisnRNP Autoantibodies in MRL/Mp, 1pr/1pr Mice Suggests That the Intact U1 snRNP Particle Is Their Autoimmunogenic Target.
Journal of Immunology, 152: 5523-5531. 1994
1994
Craft, Joseph
Yale University School of Medicine
M. J. Mamula, et al.
B cells process and present lupus autoantigens that initiate autoimmune T cell responses.
Journal of Immunology, 52: 1453-1461. 1994
1994
Kupfer, Stuart
University of North Carolina
Bellis, et al.
Characterization of mutant androgen receptors causing partial androgen insensitivity syndrome.
Journal of Clinical Endocrinol. Metab., 78: 513-522. 1994
1994
Riegel, A. T.
Georgetown University
Y. Lu, et al.
The human DNA-binding protein, PO-GA, is homologous to the large subunit of mouse replication factor C:regulation by alternate 3″ processing of mRNA.
Gene, 145: 261-265, 1994.
1994
Robinson, Phyllis
University of Maryland
P. R. Robinson, et al.
Palezeuski opsins with mutations at the site of chromophore attachment constitutively activate transducin but are not phosphorylated by Rhodopsin kinase.
PNAS, 91: 5411-5414, June 1994.
1994
Steitz, Joan A.
Yale University School of Medicine
Elizabeth Scharl, et al.
The site of 3′ end formation of histone messenger RNA is a fixed distance from the downstream element recognized by the U7 snRNP.
The EMBO Journal, 13 (10): 2432-2440, 1994.
1994
Yang, D. C. H.
Georgetown University
C. Escalante, et al.
Expression of human aspartyl-RNA synthetase in COS cells.
Mol. Cell. Biochemistry, 140: 55-63.
1994
Yang, D. C. H.
Georgetown University
T. Ohama, et al.
Selenocysteine tRNA and serine tRNA are aminoacylated by the same synthetase, but may manifest different identities with respect to the lone extra arm.
Arch. Biochemistry Biophysics, 315: 293-301.
1994
Yang, D. C. H.
Georgetown University
V. S. Reed, et al.
Characterization of a novel N-terminal peptide in human aspartyl-tRNA synthetase. Roles in the transfer of aminoacyl-tRNA from aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase to the elongation faction 1a.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 269: 32937-32941. 1994
1994
Yang, D. C. H.
Georgetown University
V. S. Reed, et al.
Mechanisms of the transfer of aminoacyl-tRNA from aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase to the elongation faction 1a.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 269: 32932-32936.
1994
Anderson, H. Clarke
University of Kansas Medical Center
H. C. Anderson, et al.
The mechanism of bone induction and bone healing by human osteosarcoma cell extracts.
Clin. Orthop. Re. Res., 313: 129-134, 1995.
1995
Getz, M.J.
Yale University School of Medicine
Daniel C. Cho, et al.
Decreasing the distance between the two conserved sequence elements of histone pre-messenger RNA interferes with 3′ processing in vitro.
Cambridge University Press, 1995, RNA Society.
1995
Moczydlowski, E.
Yale School of Medicine
M. A. Morabito, et al.
Expression of saxiphilin in insect cells and localization of the saxitoxin-binding site to the C-terminal domain homologous to the C-lobe of transferrins.
Biochemistry, 34: 13027-13033. 1995
1995
Ruby, S. G.
Hinsdale Hospital
S. G. Ruby, et al.
Quality Control of Imprint and Tissue Section DNA Ploidy Analysis in Image Analysis Systems Utilizing Cell Culture-Based Control Materials.
American Journal of Clinical Pathology, 104(2): August 1995.
1995
Steitz, Joan A.
Yale University School of Medicine
Joan A. Steitz, et al.
Isolation and Characterization of a novel, low abundance hnRNP protein: A0.
Cambridge University Press RNA, 1: 171-182, 1995.
1995
Warren, B. S.
National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute
Kusk, et al.
Role of the TATA Box in Transcription of the Mouse Mammary Tumor Virus Long Terminal Repeat.
Molecular Endocrinology, Vol. 9: 1180-1192, 1995.
1995
Warren, B. S.
NCI
Kusk, et al.
Contribution of the TATA box and adjacent upstream sequences to the level of transcription of the MMTV LTR.
Mol Endocrinology Sep:9(9); 1180-92
1995
Alwine, James C.
University of Pennsylvania
C. Cooke, et al.
The cap and 3′-splice site have equivalent effects on polyadenylation efficiency.
Mol. Cell. Biol., 16: 2579-2584, 1996.
1996
Anderson, H. Clarke
University of Kansas Medical Center
P. Raval, et al.
Osteoinductive ability of confluent Saos-2 cells correlates with enhanced expression of bone morphogenetic proteins.
J. Orthop. Res., 14: 605-610, 1996.
1996
Anderson, H. Clarke
University of Kansas Medical Center
P. Raval, et al.
Expression of transforming growth factor beta family proteins in osteoinductive Saos-2 cells.
J. Dent., 75: 1518-1523, 1996.
1996
Anderson, H. Clarke
University of Kansas Medical Center
T. R. Hunt, et al.
Healing of a segmental bone defect in the rat femur using a bone-inducing agent (BIA) derived from a cultured human osteosarcoma cell line (Saos-2).
J. Bone Jt. Surg., 78a: 41-48, 1996.
1996
Hoch, Sallie O.
The Agouron Institute
Sun, et al.
Detection of Anticentromere Antibodies Using Recombinant Human Cenp-A Protein.
Arthritis & Rheumatism, 39(5): 863-867, 1996.
1996
Imbalzano, Anthony
University of Massachusetts Medical School
A. N. Imbalzano, et al.
Nucleosome disruption by human SWI/SNF is maintained in the absence of continued ATP hydrolysis.
J. Biol. Chem., 271: 20726-20733, 1996.
1996
Kenny, Mark
The Picower Institute for Medical Research
Nealon, et al.
Characterization of the DNA polymerase requirement of human base excision repair.
Oxford University Press, Nucleic Acids Research, 24 (19), 3763-3770, 1996.
1996
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
J. C. Becker, et al.
Eradication of human hepatic and pulmonary melanoma metastases in SCID mice by antibody-interleukin 2 fusion proteins.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 93: 2702-2707, 1996.
1996
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
J. C. Becker, et al.
An antibody-interleukin 2 fusion protein overcomes tumor heterogeneity by induction of a cellular immune response.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 93: 7826-7831, 1996.
1996
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
J. C. Becker, et al.
Long-lived and transferable tumor immunity in mice after targeted interleukin-2 therapy.
J. Clin. Invest., 98(12): 2801-2804, 1996.
1996
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
J. C. Becker, et al.
Lymphocyte-medicated alopecia in C57BL/6 mice following successful immunotherapy for melanoma.
J. Invest. Dermatol., 107(4): 627-632, 1996.
1996
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
J. C. Becker, et al.
T-cell mediated eradication of murine metastatic melanoma induced by targeted interleukin 2 therapy.
J. Exp. Med., 183: 2361-2366, 1996.
1996
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
J. D. Pancook, et al.
Eradication of established hepatic human neuroblastoma metastases in mice with severe combined immunodeficiency by antibody-targeted interleukin-2.
Cancer Immunol. Immunother., 42: 88-92, 1996.
1996
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
R. A. Reisfeld, et al.
Involvement of B lymphocytes in the growth inhibition of human pulmonary melanoma metastases in athymic nu/nu mice by an antibody-lymphotoxin fusion protein.
Cancer Res., 56: 1707-1712, 1996.
1996
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
K. Fahmy, et al.
Spectroscopic Evidence for Altered Chromophore-Protein Interactions in Low Temperature Photoproducts of the Visual Pigment Responsible for Congenital Night Blindness.
Biochemistry, 35: 15065-15073, 1996.
1996
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
M. Han, et al.
The Effects of Amino Acid Replacements of Glycine 121 on Transmembrane Helix 3 of Rhodopsin.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 271: 32330-32336, 1996.
1996
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
M. Han, et al.
Functional Interaction of Transmembrane Helices 3 and 6 in Rhodopsin. Replacement of Phenylalanine 261 by Alanine Causes Reversion of Phenotypes of Glycine 121 Replacement Mutants.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 271: 32337-32342, 1996.
1996
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
S. W. Lin, et al.
Specific Tryptophan UV-Absorbence Changes are Probes of the Transition of Rhodopsin to it’s Active State.
Biochemistry, 35: 11149-1159, 1996.
1996
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
S.Sheik, et al.
Rhodopsin Activation Blocked by Metal-Ion-Binding Sites Linking Transmembrane Helices C and F.
Nature, 383: 347-350, 1996.
1996
Steitz, Joan A.
Yale University School of Medicine
Elizabeth Scharl, et al.
Length suppression in histone messenger RNA 3′-end maturation: Processing defects of insertion mutant premessenger RNAs can be compensated by insertions into the U7 small nuclear RNA.
Genetics Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 93: 14659-14664, 1996.
1996
Warren, B. S.
NCI
B. S. Warren, et al.
Purification and stabilization of transcriptionally active glucocorticoid receptor.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 271 (19): 11434-11440, May 10, 1996.
1996
Bergelson, J. M.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
J. M. Bergelson, et al.
Isolation of a Common Receptor for Coxsackie B Viruses and Adenoviruses 2 and 5.
Science, Vol. 275, February 1997.
1997
Bokar, Joseph A.
Case Wastern Reserve University
J. Bokar, et al.
Purification and cDNA cloning of the ADoMet-binding subunit of the human mRNA (N6-adenosine)-methyltransferase
RNA, 3: 1233-1247, 1997.
1997
Kadonaga, James T.
University of California, San Diego
T. Ito, et al.
ACF, an ISWI-containing and ATP-utilizing chromatin assembly and remodeling factor.
Cell, 90: 145-155, 1997.
1997
Kadonaga, James T.
University of California, San Diego
T. W. Burke, et al.
The downstream core promoter element, DPE, is conserved from Drosophila to humans and is recognized by TAFII60 of Drosophila.
Genes & Dev., 11: 3020-3021, 1997.
1997
Kenny, Mark
The Picower Institute for Medical Research
Nicholl, et al.
Reconstitution of Human Base Excision Repair with Purified Proteins.
Biochemistry, 36 (24): 7557-7566. 1997
1997
Li, Hong
Brookhaven National Lab SUNY Stony Brook
Benjamin J. Luft, et al.
Crystal Structure of Lyme Disease antigen outer surface protein A complexed with an Fab.
PNAS, 94: 3584-3589, 1997.
1997
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
H. N. Lode, et al.
Targeted interleukin-2 therapy of spontaneous neuroblastoma metastases to bone marrow.
J. Natl. Cancer Inst., 89(21): 1586-1594, 1997.
1997
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
R. Xiang, et al.
Elimination of established murine colon carcinoma metastases by antibody-interleukin 2 fusion protein therapy.
Cancer Res., 57: 4948-4955, 1997.
1997
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
M. Han, et al.
Partial Agonist Activity of 11-cis-Retinal in Rhodopsin Mutants.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 272: 23081-23085, 1997.
1997
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
M. Han, et al.
The C9-Methyl Group of Retinal Interacts with Glycine in 121 Rhodopsin.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA, 94: 13442-13447, 1997.
1997
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
S. Jager, et al.
Time-resolved Spectroscopy of the Early Photolysis Intermediates of Rhodopsin Schiff Base Counterion Mutants.
Biochemistry, 36: 1999-2009, 1997.
1997
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
S. Jager, et al.
Chromophore Structural Changes in Rhodopsin From Nanoseconds to Microseconds Following Pigment Photolysis.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA, 94: 8557-8562, 1997.
1997
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
S. Jager, et al.
Properties of Early Photolysis Intermediates of Rhodopsin Are Regulated by Glycine 121 and Phenylalanine 261.
Biochemistry, 36: 11804-11810, 1997.
1997
Steitz, Joan A.
Yale University School of Medicine
Vic Myer, et al.
Identification of HuR as a protein implicated in AUUUA-mediated mRNA decay.
The EMBO Journal, 16 (8): 2130-2139, 1997.
1997
Wang, Xiaodong
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Xiaodong Wang, et al.
DFF, a heterodimeric protein that functions downstream of caspase-3 to trigger DNA fragmentation during Apoptosis.
Cell, 89: 175-184; Cell, 90: 405-413; Cell, 91: 479-489. 1997
1997
Alwine, James C.
University of Pennsylvania
C. S. Lutz, et al.
The snRNP-Free U1A (SF-A) complex: identification of the largest subunit a PSF, the polypyrimidine track binding protein associated splicing factor.
RNA, 4: 1493-1499, 1998.
1998
Berk, Arnold J.
University of California, Los Angeles
A. J. Berk, et al.
Mechanisms of viral activators.
Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology, 63: 243-252, 1998.
1998
Chu, Gilbert
Stanford University
Hammarstan O, et al
DNA-dependent protein kinase: DNA binding and activation in the absence of Ku.
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 95: 525-530,
1998
Cobb, Melanie H.
UT Southwestern Medical Center
J. A. Frost, et al.
Differential effects of PAK1 activating mutations reveal protein-protein interactions required for cytoskeletal regulation.
J. Biol. Chem., 273: 28191-28198, 1998.
1998
Cobb, Melanie H.
UT Southwestern Medical Center
M. J. Robinson, et al.
A constitutively active, nuclear form of ERK2 is sufficient for neurite outgrowth and cell transformation.
Current Biol., 8: 1141-1150, 1998.
1998
Hoch, Sallie O.
The Agouron Institute
Martinez, et al.
Isolation and Comparison of Natural and Recombinant Human CENP-A Autoantigen.
Journal of Autoimmunity, 11: 611-619, 1998.
1998
Kadonaga, James T.
University of California, San Diego
W. L. Kraus, et al.
p300 and estrogen receptor cooperatively activate transcription via differential enhancement of initiation and reinitiation.
Genes & Dev., 12: 331-341, 1998.
1998
Kingston, R. E.
Massachusetts General Hospital
Said Sif, et al.
Mitotic inactivation of a human SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling complex.
Genes & Development, 12: 2842-2851, 1998.
1998
Moss, Bernard
NIH
P. Sanz, et al.
A new vaccinia virus intermediate transcription factor.
Journal of Virology 72: 6880-6883. 1998
1998
Neville, David
National Institutes of Health
J. L. Contreras, et al.
Peritransplant tolerance induction with anti-DC3-immunotoxin: A mater of proinflammatory cytokine control.
Transplantation, 65: 159-169, 1998.
1998
Pruett, Stephen B.
LSU Health Sciences Center
Stephen B. Pruett, et al.
Mechanism of suppressed neutrophil mobilization in a mouse model for binge drinking: role of glucocorticoids.
Am. J. Physiol., 275: R1049-R1057. 1998
1998
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
H. N. Lode, et al.
Natural killer cell-mediated eradication of neuroblastoma metastases to bone marrow by targeted interleukin-2 therapy.
Blood, 91(5): 1706-1715, 1998.
1998
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
P. T. Straten, et al.
Activation of preexisting T cell clones by targeted interleukin 2 therapy.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 95: 8785-8790, 1998.
1998
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
M. Beck, et al.
Spectroscopic Evidence for Interaction Between Transmembrane Helices 3 and 5 in Rhodopsin.
Biochemistry, 37: 7630-7639, 1998.
1998
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
M. Han, et al.
The Role of the C9-Methyl Group in Rhodopsin Activation: Characterization of Mutant Opsins with the Artificial Chromophore 11-cis-9-demethyl-Retinal.
Biochemistry, 37: 538-545, 1998.
1998
Sakmar, Thomas
Rockefeller Institute
S. W. Lin, et al.
Mechanisms of Spectral Tuning in Blue Cone Visual Pigments. Visible and Raman Spectroscopy of Blue-Shifted Rhodopsin Mutants.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 273: 24583-24591, 1998.
1998
Schatz, David
Yale University
Schatz, et al.
Transposition mediated by RAG1 and RAG2 and its implications for the evolution of the immune system.
Nature, 394: 744-751,1998.
1998
Stevens, Audrey
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
A. Stevens, et al.
Endonucleolytic Cleavage of RNA at Endogenous Stem Structures by Human Flap Endonuclease 1.
Biochem. Biophys. Res., 251: 501-508, 1998.
1998
Wucherpfennig, K.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Kathrine J. Smith, et al.
Crystal Structure of HLA-DR2 (DRA*0101, DRB1-1501) Complexed with a Peptide from Human Myelin Basic Protein.
J. Exp. Med. The Rockefeller University Press, 188: 1511-1520, November 8, 1998.
1998
Wucherpfennig, K.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
L. Gauthier, et al.
Expression and crystallization of the complex of HLA-DR2 (DRA, DRB1*1501) and an immunodominant peptide of human myelin basic protein.
Immunology Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 95: 11828-11833, 1998.
1998
Alwine, James C.
University of Pennsylvania
C. Cooke, et al.
Utilization of splicing elements and polyadenylation signal elements in the coupling of polyadenylation and last intron removal.
Mol. Cell. Biol., 19: 4971-4979, 1999.
1999
Anderson, H. Clarke
University of Kansas Medical Center
H. C. Anderson, et al.
Secretion of a bone-inducing agent (BIA) by cultured human osteosarcoma cells.
J. Musculosk. Res., 3: 39-48, 1999.
1999
Berk, Arnold J.
University of California, Los Angeles
Arnold J. Berk, et al.
Mammalian SRB/Mediator complex is targeted by adenovirus E1A protein.
Nature, 399: 276-279, 1999.
1999
Berk, Arnold J.
University of California, Los Angeles
M.E.D. Martin, et al.
Co-repressor required for Adenovirus E1B 55,000-molecular weight protein repression of basal transcription.
Mol. Cell. Biol., 19: 3403-3414, 1999.
1999
Chu, Gilbert
Stanford University
Leuther, K., et al
Structure of DNA-dependent protein kinase: implications for its regulation by DNA.
EMBO J 18: 1114-1123
1999
Cobb, Melanie H.
UT Southwestern Medical Center
B-e. Xu, et al.
The ERK binding site of MEK1 is required for efficient ERK activation.
J. Biol. Chem., 274: 34029-34035, 1999.
1999
Hoch, Sallie O.
The Agouron Institute
Sallie O. Hoch, et al.
Diverse Antibody Recognition Patterns of the Multiple Sm-D Antigen Polypeptides.
Clinical Immunology, 92(2): 203-208, Article ID clim., 1999.
1999
Kadonaga, James T.
University of California, San Diego
W. L. Kraus, et al.
Biochemical analysis of distinct activation functions in p300 that enhance transcription initiation with chromatin templates.
Mol. Cell. Biol., 19: 8123-8135, 1999.
1999
Kashanchi, Fatah
New Jersey Medical School
F. Santiago, et al.
Transcriptional Up-Regulation of the Cyclin D2 Gene and Acquisition of New Cyclin-Dependent Kinase Partners in Human T-Cell Leukemia Virus Type 1-Infected Cells.
Journal of Virology, 9917-9927, December 1999.
1999
Lambert, Muriel
University of Medicine and Dentistry-New Jersey Medical School
D. W. Brois, et al.
A deficiency in a 230 kDa DNA repair protein in fanconi anemia complementation group A cells is corrected by the FANCA cDNA.
Carcinogenesis, 20 (9): 1845-53, September 1999 .
1999
Lambert, Muriel
University of Medicine and Dentistry-New Jersey Medical School
Laura W. McMahon, et al.
Human alpha spectrin II and the faconi anemia proteins FANCA and FANCC interact to forma nuclear complex.
J. Biol. Chem., 274 (46): 32904-32908, November 12, 1999.
1999
Moroianu, Junona
Boston College
Merle, et al.
Nuclear Import of HPV11 L1 Capsid Protein Is Mediated by Karyopherin alpha 2 beta 1 Heterodimers
Jounal of Cellular Biochemistry 74:628-637 (1999)
1999
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
A. Batova, et al.
The ch14.18-GM-CSF fusion protein is effective at mediating antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity and complement-dependent cytotoxicity in vitro.
Clin. Cancer Res., 5: 4259-4263, 1999.
1999
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
H. N. Lode, et al.
Synergy between an anti-angiogenic intergrin alphav antagonist and an antibody-cytokine fusion protein eradicates spontaneous tumor metastases.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 96: 1591-1596, 1999.
1999
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
H. N. Lode, et al.
Tumor-targeted IL2 amplifies T cell-mediated immune response induced by gene therapy with single-chain IL12.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 96: 8591-8596, 1999.
1999
Schatz, David
Yale University Howard Hughes Medical
Q. M. Eastman, et al.
Detection of RAG protein-V(D)J Recombination signal interactions near the site of DNA cleavage by UV cross-linking.
Molecular and Cellular Biology, 19: 3788-3797, May 1999.
1999
Schatz, David
Yale University
Schatz, et al.
DNA hairpin opening mediated by the RAG1 and RAG2 Proteins.
Molecular and Cell Biology, 19: 4159-4166, June 1999.
1999
Schindler, C. W.
Columbia University
C. Park, et al.
Murine Stat2 is Uncharacteristically Divergent.
Nucleic Acid Research. Vol 27, 4191-4199, 1999
1999
Sodroski, Joseph
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Mirzabekov, et al.
Enhanced expression, native purification, and characterization of CCR5, a principal HIV-1 coreceptor.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 274: 28749, 1999.
1999
Tanese, Naoko
New York University School of Medicine
Russell Collins, et al.
Osa associates with the Brahma chromatin remodeling complex and promotes the activation of some target genes.
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Biochemistry, 39: 9843-9849, 2000.
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The Amino-terminal Region of the Fourth cytoplasmic Loop of Rhodopsin Modulates Rhodopsin-transducin Interaction.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 275: 1930-1936, 2000.
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Biochemistry, 39: 599-606, 2000.
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Mutation of the Fourth Cytoplasmic Loop of Rhodopsin Affects Binding of Transducin and Peptides Derived from the Carboxyl-terminal Sequences of Transducin a and g Subunits..
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2001
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Hager, Gordon
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Hori, Roderick
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Imbalzano, Anthony
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2001
Kadonaga, James T.
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2001
Kadonaga, James T.
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2001
Kashanchi, Fatah
New Jersey Medical School
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Acetylation of HIV-1 Tat by CBP/P300 increases transcription of integrated HIV-1 genome, and enhances binding to core histones.
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Kerppola, Tom
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2001
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2001
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2001
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Human alpha spectrin II and the FANCA, FANCC, and FANCG proteins bind to DNA containing psoralen interstrand cross-links.
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Lieberman, Judy
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2001
Lieberman, P.M.
The Wistar Institute
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Stimulation of CREB binding protein nucleosomal histone acetyltransferase activity by a class of transcriptional activators.
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The Wistar Institute
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The Wistar Institute
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Identification of acidic and aromatic residues in the Zta activation domain essential for Epstein-Barr virus reactivation.
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2001
Lord, Susan T.
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The impaired polymerization of Fibronogen Longmont (B beta 1666ArgCys) is not improved by removal of disulfide-linked dimers from a mixture of dimers and cystein-linked monomers.
Blood, 98: 661-66, 2001.
2001
Lu-Chang, A-Lien
University of Maryland
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Identification of a mammalian MutY homolog complex containing DNA replication and DNA mismatch repair proteins.
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2001
Luster, Andrew
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2001
Maher, L.J.
Mayo Foundation
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Molecular and Cellular Biology, 21: 6598-6605. 2001
2001
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University of Washington Medical School
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Yale School of Medicine
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Neville, David
National Institutes of Health
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Successful reversal of STZ-induced diabetes with stable allogeneic islet function of a pre-clinical model of IDDM.
Diabetes, 50: 1227-1236, 2001.
2001
Price, David H.
University of Iowa
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Query, Charles C.
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Harvard University
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2001
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2001
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Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
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Targeted interleukin-2 therapy enhances protective immunity induced by an autologous oral DNA vaccine against murine melanoma.
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Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
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Reisfeld, R.A.
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Schellenberg, Gerard D.
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31st Annual Meeting, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, Nov. 10-15, 2001.
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Stoltzfus, C. Martin
University of Iowa
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2001
Zomerdijk, Joost
University of Dundee
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Zomerdijk, Joost
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University of Pennsylvania
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Mol. Cell. Biol. In press. 2002.
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Berk, Arnold J.
University of California, Los Angeles
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Identification of protein A media performance quality attributes that can be monitored as surrogates for retrovirus clearance during extended re-use.
In preparation.
2002
Budde, R.
MD Anderson Cancer Center
R. Budde, et al.
Cloning, expression, purification and characterization of the alternate splice Src variants for drug discovery.
Journal of Molecular Catalysis.
2002
Burton, Z. F.
Michigan State University
Janel D. Funk, et al.
A key role for the a1-alpha helix of human RAP74 in initiation and elongation of RNA chains.
Journal Biological Chemistry, 277, 46998-47003, 2002
2002
Casey, Patrick J.
Duke University Medical Center
Jennifer A. Digits, et al.
Stereochemistry and kinetic mechanism of prenylcysteine lyase, an unusual thioether oxidase.
J. Biol. Chem. 277:41086-41093.
2002
Chu, Gilbert
Stanford University
DeFazio, L., et al
Synapsis of DNA ends by the DNA-dependent protein kinase
EMBO J 21: 3192-3200
2002
Cobb, Melanie H.
UT Southwestern Medical Center
M. J. Robinson, et al.
Different domains of the MAP kinases ERK3 and ERK2 direct subcellular localization and upstream specificity in vivo.
J. Biol. Chem., 277: 5094-5100, 2002.
2002
Cooper, Thomas A.
Baylor College of Medicine
Cooper, et al.
Dynamic Antagonism between ETR-3 and PTB Regulates Cell Type-Specific Alternative Splicing
Molecular Cell, Vol. 9, 649-658, March 2002
2002
Cresswell, Peter
Yale University School of Medicine
Cresswell, et al.
Role of the C-terminal propeptide in the activity and maturation of gamma-interferon-inducible lysosomal thiol reductase (GILT)
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2002) Vol 99, 12298-12303
2002
Deepe, George
University of Cincinnati
George Deepe, et al.
Regulation of reactivation histoplasmosis.
Abstract presented at the 102nd meeting of the American Society for Microbiology at Salt Lake City, UT, May 22, 2002.
2002
Drummond, James
Indiana Universtiy
Iams, et al.
DNA template requirements for the human mismatch repair pathway in vitro
2002 Journal of Biological Chemistry, 277(34):30805-14
2002
Drummond, James
Indiana Universtiy
Larson, et al.
Construction and characterization of mismatch-containing circular DNA molecules competent for assessment of nick-directed human mismatch repair in vitro
2002, Nucleic Acids Research, 30(3):E14.
2002
Engel, J. D.
Northwestern University
Tanabe, O., et al.
An embryonic/fetal β-type globin gene repressor contains a nuclear receptor TR2/TR4 heterodimer
EMBO J. 2002 July; 21 (13): 3434–3442
2002
Fletcher, Terace M.
National Cancer Institute
Terace M. Fletcher, et al.
ATP-Dependent mobilization of the glucocorticoid receptor during chromatin remodeling.
Mol. Cell. Biol., 22: 3255-3263
2002
Friedman, Simon H.
University of Missouri, Kansas City
Simon H. Friedman, et al.
Small molecule/nucleic acid affinity chromatography: application for the identification of telomerase inhibitors which target its key RNA/DNA heteroduplex.
Biotechniques, 32(5): 1154-1158, May 2002.
2002
Fu, Yang-Xin
University of Chicago
J. Wang, et al.
Signaling via LTbetaR on the lamina propria stromal cells of the gut is required for IgA production
Nature Immunology, vol. 3, no. 6, June 2002
2002
Fu, Yang-Xin
University of Chicago
Ping Yu, et al.
B Cells control the migration of a subset of dendritic cells into B cell follicles via CXC Chemokine Ligand 13 in a lymphotoxin-dependent fashion.
J. Immunol., 5117-5123, 2002.
2002
Garrard, William T.
UT Southwestern Medical Center
P. Widlak, et al.
Modeling apoptotic chromatin condensation in normal cell nuclei: requirement for intranuclear mobility and actin involvement.
J. Biol. Chem. 2002, Vol 277: 21683-21690
2002
Getz, M. J.
Mayo Clinic
Getz, et al.
Transcription enhancer factor 1 (TEF-1) interactions with Pur (alpha) and Pur (beta) ssDNA binding factor: implications for murine vascular smooth muscle (alpha)-actin gene regulation.
J. Biol. Chem. 2002, Vol 277: 8682-8692
2002
Hines, Ronald N.
Medical College of Wisconsin
L. A. Orleans, et al.
A potential role for nuclear alpah-actinin 4 in regulating CYP1A1 expression.
FASEB J. 16: A180 (Abstr. 167.9), 2002.
2002
Imbalzano, Anthony
University of Massachusetts Medical School
P. J. Horn, et al.
Regulation of ATP dependent chromatin remodeling enzymes by linker histone phosphorylation.
Nature Struct. Biol., 9: 263-267, 2002.
2002
Kiledjian, Megerditch
Rutgers University
H. Liu, et al.
The mammalian scavenger decapping protein, DcpS, is a member fo the HIT superfamily of pyrophosphatases.
Submitted 2002.
2002
Kiledjian, Megerditch
Rutgers University
N. Rodgers, et al.
Characterization and purification of a mammalian endoribonuclease specific for the a-Globin mRNA.
J. Biol. Chem., 277: 2597-2604, 2002.
2002
Kool, Eric T.
Stanford University
Lindstrom et al.
Artificial Human Telomeres from DNA nanocircle templates
PNAS Vol. 99, No. 25: 15953-15958
2002
Legerski, Randy
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Zhang, et al.
hMutSb is required for the recognition and uncoupling of Psoralen interstrand cross-links in vitro.
Molecular Cell Biology in press, Vol. 22: 2388-2397
2002
Li, Guo-Min
University of Kentucky
Gu, et al.
Partial reconstruction of human DNA mismatch repair in vitro: Characterization of the role of hRPA.
Mol. Cell Biology, Vol. 22, No. 7, 2037-2046 April 2002
2002
Lieber, Michael
USC
Adachi, N. et al
Bidirectional Gene Organization: A Common Architectural Motif of the Human Genome.
Cell 109: 807- 809.
2002
Lieber, Michael
USC
Adachi, N. et al
Two Overlapping Divergent Transcription Units in the Human Genome: The FEN1/C11orf10 Locus.
OMICS 6: 276-279.
2002
Lieber, Michael
USC
Chedin, F. et al
The DNA Methyltransferase-like protein DNMT3L stimulates de novo methylation by Dnmt3a.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 99: 16916-16921
2002
Lieber, Michael
USC
Karanjawala, Z.E., et al
Oxygen metabolism causes chromosome breaks and is associated with the neuronal apoptosis observed in DNA double-strand break repair mutants.
Current Biology 12: 397-402.
2002
Lieber, Michael
University of Southern California
Ma, et. al.
Opening and Overhang Processing by an Artemis/DNA-Dependent Protein Kinase Complex: Roles in V(D)J Recombination and Nonhomologous End Joining
Cell 108:781-794 (Cover Article)
2002
Lieber, Michael
USC
Ma, Y et al
Binding of Inositol Hexakisphosphate (IP6) to Ku But Not to DNA-PKcs.
J. Biol. Chem. 277: 10756-10759.
2002
Lieber, Michael
USC
Ma, Y et al
Hairpin Opening and Overhang Processing by an Artemis/DNA-Dependent Protein Kinase Complex: Roles in V(D)J Recombination and Nonhomologous End Joining.
Cell 108: 781-794. [full cover article]
2002
Lieber, Michael
USC
Taghva, A. et al
Analysis of the Kinetic and Equilibrium Binding of Ku Protein to DNA.
J. Theor. Biol. 214: 85-97.
2002
Lieber, Michael
USC
Yu, K. et al
The cleavage efficiency of the human immunoglobulin heavy chain VH elements by the RAG complex: implications for the immune repertoire.
J. Biol. Chem. 277: 5040-5046.
2002
Lieberman, Judy
NIAID, NIH
Fan, Z., et al
HMG2 interacts with the nucleosome assembly protein SET and is a target of the cytotoxic T lymphocyte protease granzyme A
Mol Cell Biol 22:2810-20, 2002.
2002
Lieberman, Judy
NIAID, NIH
Lieberman, J.
Defying death: HIV mutation to evade cytotoxic T lymphocytes
New Engl J Med 347:1203-4, 2002.
2002
Lieberman, P.M.
The Wistar Institute
Z. Deng, et al.
Telomeric proteins regulate episomal maintenance of Epstein-Barr virus origin of plasmid replication.
Mol. Cell, 9: 493-503. 2002
2002
Lord, Susan T.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Susan T. Lord, et al.
Analysis of engineered fibrinogen variants suggests that an additional site mediates platelet aggregation and that “B-b” interactions have a role in protofibril formation.
Biochemistry, 41: 5291-5299, 2002.
2002
Luster, Andrew
Massachusetts General Hospital
Z. Zhang, et al.
Donor T cell activation initiates small bowel allograft rejection through an IFN-g-inducible protein-10-dependent mechanism.
J. Immunol., 3205-3202, 2002.
2002
Marzuff, Bill
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Z. Dominski, et al.
A novel zinc finger protein is associated with U7 snRNP and interacts with the stem-loop binding protein in the histone pre-mRNP to stimulate 3′-end processing.
Genes Dev., 16: 58-71, 2002.
2002
Nilsen, Timothy W.
Case Western Reserve University
J. A. Denker, et al.
New components of the spliced leader RNP required for nematode trans-splicing.
Nature, vol 417, 667-670, 2002
2002
Norton, Pamela A.
Thomas Jefferson University
Bruce A. Kuo, et al.
Alternative splicing during chondrogenesis: Modulation of fibronectin exon EIIIA splicing by SR proteins.
Journal of Cellular Biochmistry, published online, April 6, 2002.
2002
O’Malley, Bert W.
Baylor College of Medicine
Auboef, et al.
Coordinate regulation of transcription and splicing by steroid receptor coregulators.
Science, 298: 416-419
2002
Pearson, Christopher E.
The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario
Panigrahi, et al.
In vitro (CTG)x(CAG) expansions and deletions by human cell extracts.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, volume 277, 13926-13934 (2002)
2002
Price, David H.
University of Iowa
Moteki, et al.
Functional coupling of capping and transcription of mRNA.
Molecular Cell 10:599-609
2002
Putterman, Chaim
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Deocharan, et al
a-Actinin is a cross-reactive target for pathogenic anti-DNA antibodies in renal tissue.
Journal of Immunology, vol 168, pgs 3072-3078
2002
Qian, Junqi
Cell Control Sciences
Junqi Qian, et al.
Standardization of Her-2/neu tests using breast cancer cell lines.
Submitted to Modern Pathology.
2002
Raghaven, Malini
University of Michigan
Raghaven, et al.
Tapasin Interacts with the Membrane-spanning Domains of both TAP subunits and enhances the structural stability of TAP17TAP2 complexes
Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol. 277, issue 44, 41786-41794, November 1, 2002
2002
Raghaven, Malini
University of Michigan
Raghaven, et al.
Calreticulin recognizes misfolded HLA-A2 heavy chains.
PNAS, April 30, 2002, vol. 99, number 9, 5931-5936
2002
Reed, Robin
Harvard University
K. Strasser, et al.
TREX is a conserved complex coupling transcription with messenger RNA export.
Nature, [epub ahead of print], April 28, 2002.
2002
Reed, Robin
Harvard University
Z. Zhou, et al.
Comprehensive proteomic analysis of the human spliceosome
Nature, 419, 182-185 (2002)
2002
Reisfeld, R.A.
The Scripps Research Institute
H. N. Lode, et al.
Immunocytokines: versatile molecules for biotherapy of malignant disease.
Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH, D-69469 Weinheim, In press, Chapter, 2002.
2002
Richard, Stephane
McGill University
Boisvert, et al.
Arginine methylation is required for the localization of SMN in Cajal bodies and pre-mRNA splicing.
Jounal of Cellular Biology, 2002, Vol 159, No 6: 957-969
2002
Riegel, A. T.
Georgetown University
R. Meighan-Mantha, et al.
Differential Regulation of Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinases (MAPKs) during TPA-Induced HL-60 Differentiation.
Journal of Biological Chemistry – submitted.
2002
Riggs, Michael
University of Arizona
Riggs, et al.
Efficacy of Monoclonal Antibodies against defined antigens for passive immunotherapy of chronic gastrointestinal crytosporidiosis.
Antimicrobial agents and Chemotherapy 46: 275-282
2002
Schellenberg, Gerard D.
University of Washington and VA Medical Center
Ian D’Souza, et al.
Developmental-specific enhancement of Tau E10 splicing by mutation N279K.
The 8th Intl Congress on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders, Pivotal Research, Stockholm, Sweden, July 20-25.
2002
Sladek, Frances M.
University of California, Riverside
Frances M. Sladek, et al.
Coregulators of hepatocyte Nuclear Factor 4 alpha (HNF4 alpha).
UCR PhD dissertation, to be submitted June 2002.
2002
Sodroski, Joseph
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Grunder, et al.
Solid Phase Proteoliposomes Containing Human Immunodeficiency Virus Envelope Glycoproteins
Journal of Virology, 2002 76(7):3511-3521
2002
Uesugi, Motonari
Baylor College of Medicine
Asada, et al.
External control of Her2 expression and cancer cell growth by targeting a Ras-linked coactivator.
PNAS, USA 99: 12747-12752
2002
Zehner, Zendra E.
Virginia Commonwealth University
Al-Maghrebi, et al.
The 3′ untranslated region of human vimentin mRNA interacts with protein complexes containing eEF-1 gamma and HAX-1.
Nucleic Acids Research. 30(23):5017-5028
2002
Zhang, Hui
Yale University
Zheng, J., et al
CAND1 binds to unneddylated CUL1 and regulates the formation of SCF ubiquitin E3 ligase complex
Molecular Cell, Vol. 10, 1-20
2002
Agard, David A.
University of California, San Francisco
Agard, et al.
Molecular Properties of Pure Recombinant Human gamma Tubulin
Journal of Cellular Biology
2003
Altman, Sidney
Yale University
Kovrigina, et al.
Coordinate inhibition of expression of several genes for protein subunits of human nuclear RNase P
Paper submitted
2003
Black, Douglas
UCLA
Rooke, N., et al
Roles for SR proteins and hnRNP A1 in the regulation of c-src exon N1
Molecular and Cellular Bilogy, 23(6)
2003
Britt, Steven G.
University of Colorado Health Science Center
Britt, et al.
Heterologous expression of Limulus Rhodopsin
Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 278: 40493-40502
2003
Burton, Z. F.
Michigan State University
Nedialkov, et al.
Transient State Kinetics of RNA polymerase II elongation.
Methods In Enzymology
2003
Burton, Z. F.
Michigan State University
Nedialkov, et al.
NTP driven translocation by human RNA polumerase II
Jounal of Biological Chemistry, 278, 18303-18312, 2003
2003
Colber-Poley, Anamaris
Children’s National Medical Center
Adair, et al.
Convergence of RNA cis elements and cellular polyadenylation factors in the regulation of human cytomegalovirsu UL37 exon 12 unspliced RNA production
Journal of Virology 77(23): 12729-12741
2003
Coller, Barry S.
Rockefeller Institute
Scheiner, T., et al
A monoclonal antibody to the fibrinogen g-chain alters fibrin clot structure and its properties by producing short, thin fibers arranged in bundles.
J Thromb Haemostas 1:2594-2602
2003
Craft, Joseph
Yale University School of Medicine
Gao Y., et al.
T cells provide an early source of IFN-gamma tumor immunity
Journal of Experimental Medicine (in press Summer 2003)
2003
Dawson, Ted M.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Pawlyk, et al.
Regional Variation in the Biochemical Distribution of Parkin in Human and Mouse Brain with Aging Revealed by a Panel of Novel Monoclonal Antibodies
Journal Biological Chemistry, 278:48120-48128
2003
Deepe, George
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Deepe, et al.
Protective immunity to Histoplasma capsulatum in the absence of IL–10.
Jounal of Immunology, Vol. 151: 5353-5362
2003
Dimitrov, Dimiter
NCI
Xiao, et. al.
Purified complexes of HIV-1 envelope glycoproteins with CD4 and CCR5(CXCR4): production, characterization and immunogenicity.
Vaccine 21 (2003) 4275-4284
2003
Du, Chunying
Stowers Institute for Medical Research
Yamgela, et al.
Omi/HtrA2 catalytic cleavage of inhibitor of apoptosis (IAP) irreversibly inactivates IAP’s and facilitates caspase activity in apoptosis
Genes and Development 2003, Vol 17 pages 1487-1496
2003
Ernst, Oliver
Institut for Medicine, Physik and Biophysik, Charite UniversitatsmedizBerlin, Germany
Ernst, et al.
Role of the conserved NPxxY(x)5,6T motif in the rhodopsin ground state and during activation
Proc. National Academy Sciences USA (2003) 100, 2290-2295
2003
Finkbeiner, Steven M.
Gladstone Institute
Peters-Libeu, et al
The structure of an antibody that selectively recognizes neurodegenerative disease-associated polyglutamine stretches.
Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 29: 209.13
2003
Grigorieff, Nikolaus
Brandeis University
Grigorieff, et. al
Conformational changes in the C terminus of Shaker K+ channel bound to the rat Kvb2-subunit
PNAS, vol. 100, 12607-12612
2003
Hu, Zixin
Harvard Medical School
Hu, ZX., et al
Fitness of T215Y versus T215F Mutants in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Reverse Transcriptase: Comparison of Thymidine Analog Resistance Pathways
Clinical Infectous Disease, 37: 113-128
2003
Jardetzky, Theodore S.
Northwestern University
Thompson, et al
Structures of an ActRIIB: activin A complex reveal a novel binding mode for TGF-beta ligand:receptor interactions
The EMBO Journal, Vol. 22, No. 7: 1555-1566
2003
Legerski, Randy
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Zhang, et al.
Partial reconstruction of human interstrand cross-link repair in vitro: characterization of the roles of RPA and PCNA.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications Vol. 309: 71-78
2003
Leid, Mark
Oregon State University
Leid, et al.
Involvement of the Histone Deacetylase SIRT1 in COUP-TF-interacting Protein 2-mediated Transcriptional Repression.
Submitted summer 2003 to Journal of Biological Chemistry
2003
Li, Guo-Min
University of Kentucky
McCulloch, et al.
Biodirectionsl processing of DNA loops by mismatch repair dependent and independent pathways in human cells.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol 278: 3891-3896
2003
Li, Guo-Min
University of Kentucky
McCulloch, et al.
Nick-dependent and independent processing of large DNA loops in human cells.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol 278: 50803-50809
2003
Li, Guo-Min
University of Kentucky
Wu, et al.
In vitro and in vivo modulations of benzo [c] phenathrene-DNA adducts by mismatch repair system.
Nucleic Acids Research, Vol. 31:6428-6434
2003
Lieber, Michael
USC
Karanjawala, Z.E., et al
Developmental retinal apoptosis in Ku86-/- mice.
DNA Repair 2: 1429-1434.
2003
Lieber, Michael
USC
Smith, J. et al
Impact of DNA ligase IV on the fidelity of end joining in human cells.
Nucleic Acids Research 3: 2157-2167.
2003
Lieber, Michael
USC
Yu, K. et al
R-loops at immunoglobulin class switch regions in the chromosomes of stimulated B cells.
Nature Immunology 4: 442-451. (represented on the cover)
2003
Lieberman, Judy
NIAID, NIH
Fan, Z., et al
Cleaving the oxidative stress repair protein Ape1 enhances cell death mediated by granzyme A
Nat Immunol 4:145-153, 2003.
2003
Lieberman, Judy
NIAID, NIH
Fan, Z., et al
Tumor suppressor NM23-H1 is a granzyme A-activated DNase during CTL mediated apoptosis, and the nucleosome assembly protein SET is its inhibitor
Cell 112:659-672, 2003.
2003
Lieberman, Judy
NIAID, NIH
Lieberman, J.
Cell death and immunity: The ABCs of granule-mediated cytotoxicity: new weapons in the arsenal
Nat Rev Immunol 3:361-70, 2003.
2003
Lieberman, Judy
NIAID, NIH
Lieberman, J.
Mechanisms of granule-mediated cytotoxicity
Curr Opin Immunol 15:513-515, 2003
2003
Lieberman, Judy
NIAID, NIH
Lieberman, J., et al
Nuclear war: the granzyme A-bomb
Curr Opin Immunol 15:553-559, 2003.
2003
Lobel, Peter
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Friedland, et al.
Structure of a cholesterol-binding protein deficient in Niemann-Pick type C2 disease
Proc. National Academy Sciences USA, 100, 2512-2517 2003
2003
Nordeen, Steve
University of Colorado Health Science Center
Thackray, V.G., et al
Novel activation step required for transcriptional competence of progesterone receptor on chromatin templates
Molecular Endocrinology, Vol. 17: 2543-2553.
2003
Ozer, Josef S.
Boston University
Ivanov, et al
Sp and GATA family members mediate the human Apolipoprotein AI downstream enhancer activity.
Gene, vol 323, pgs 31-42
2003
Palczewski, Krzystof
University of Washington
Liang, et al.
Organization of the G protein-coupled receptors rhodopsin and opsin in native membranes.
Jounal of Biological Chemistry, 278(24), 21655-21662
2003
Palczewski, Krzystof
University of Washington
Noorwez, et al.
Pharmacological chaperone-mediated in vivo folding and stabilization of the P23H-opsin mutant associated with autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa.
Jounal of Biological Chemistry, 278(23), 21314
2003
Price, David H.
University of Iowa
Adamson, et al.
Co-transtriptional processing of histone mRNA’s.
Molecular Cell 23:4046-4055
2003
Price, David H.
University of Iowa
Adamson, et al.
Analysis of RNA polymerase II elongation in vitro.
Methods In Enzymology 371: 264-277
2003
Query, Charles C.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Query, et al.
Prp5 bridges U1 and U2 snRNP’s and enables stable U2 snRNP association with intron.
RNA Publication Submitted Spring 2003
2003
Reimann, Keith
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Harouse, et al.
CD8+ T cell-mediated CXC chemokine receptor 4-simian/human immunodeficiency virus suppression in dually infected rhesus macaques.
PNAS, 100(19): 10977-10982
2003
Reimann, Keith
New England Regional Primate Center
Johson, et al.
Importance of B-cell responses for immunological control of variant strains of simian immunodeficiency virus
Journal of Virology 77: 375-381, 2003
2003
Reimann, Keith
New England Regional Primate Center
Permar, et al.
The role of CD8+ lymphocytes in control and clearance of measles virus infection of rheses monkeys
Journal of Virology 77: 4396-4400, 2003
2003
Reimann, Keith
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Roberts, E.S.
Induction of pathogenic sets of genes in macrophages and neurons in NeuroAIDS
Am J Pathol. 2003 162:2041-2057.
2003
Reimann, Keith
New England Regional Primate Center
Schmitz, et al.
Effect of humoral immune responses in controlling viremia during primary infection of rhesus monkeys with simian immunodeficiency virus
Journal of Virology 77: 2165-2173, 2003
2003
Richard, Stephane
McGill University
Boisvert, et al.
A proteomic analysis of arginine methylated protein complexes.
Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, Vol. 2: 1319-1330
2003
Richard, Stephane
McGill University
Cote, et al
Arginine methylation of Sam68 by PRMT1 is required for its nuclear localization
Molecular and Cellular Biology, vol 14, pgs 274-287
2003
Rossi, John
Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope
Rossi, et al.
Competition for the siRNA binding between a cellular and viral factor determines RNAi efficiency in mammalian cells
Cell (in revision spring 2003)
2003
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Bigazzi, et al.
Lack of graft-versus-host-like pathology in mercury-induced autoimmunity of Brown Norway rats
Clinical Immunology, Vol. 109: 229-237
2003
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Brehm, et al.
Direct visualization of cross-reactive allo-specific CD* T cells generated by infection with LCMV.
Jounal of Immunology, Vol. 170: 4077-4086
2003
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Pandarpurkar, et al.
Ian4 is required fir mitochondrial integrity and T cell survival.
Proceedings of the National Academies of Science, vol. 100: 10382-10387
2003
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Pearson, et al.
Genetic dissociation of autoimmunity and resistence to costimulation blockade-induced transplantation tolerance in NOD mice.
Jounal of Immunology, Vol. 171: 185-195
2003
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Phillips, et al.
Blockade of CD40-mediated signaling is sufficient for inducing islet but not skin transplantation tolerance.
Jounal of Immunology, Vol. 170: 3015-3024
2003
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Seung, et al.
Hematopoietic chimerism and central tolerance created by peripheral tolerance induction without myeloablative conditioning.
Jounal of Clinical Investigation. Vol. 112: 795-808
2003
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Whalen, et al.
Type 1 cytokines polarize thymocytes during T cell development in adult thymus organ cultures
Jounal of Autoimmunity, Vol. 20:27-42
2003
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Zipris, et al.
Infections that induce autoimmune diabetes in BBDR rats modulate CD4+ CD25+ T regulatory cell populations.
Jounal of Immunology, Vol. 170: 3592-3602
2003
Schnitzler, Gavin
Tufts University
Ramachandran, et al.
Histone H1 modulates nucleosomes remodeling by human SWI/SNF
Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 278: 48590
2003
Schoenberg, Daniel R.
Ohio State University
Gu, et al.
U2Af Modulates Poly(A) Length Control by the Poly(A)-limiting Element.
Nucleic Acids Research 31: 6264-6271
2003
Sodroski, Joseph
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Stenlund, et al.
Capture and reconstitution of G protein coupled receptors on a biosensor surface
Analytical Biochemistry, Vol. 316, Issue 2, may 15, 2003, pages 243-250
2003
Tapscott, S.J.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Dilworth and Tapscott
The acetyltransferase p300 is required for Transcriptional activation by MyoD/E47 heterodimers on chromatin templates in vitro
Molecular Biology of Muscle Development and Regeneration Meeting, Banff, Alberta, Canada, May 2003
2003
Tarn, Woan-Yuh
Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Academia Sinica (in Taipei, Taiwan)
Tarn et al.
A novel splicing regulator shares a nuclear import pathway with SR proteins.
Journal of EMBO, 22 1359-1369 (2003)
2003
Uesugi, Motonari
Baylor College of Medicine
Choi, et al.
Identification of bioactive molecules by adipogenesis profiling of organic compounds.
Jounal of Biological Chemistry Vol., 278: 7320-7324
2003
Wang, Weidong
NIA
Meetei, et al.
A novel ubiquitin ligase is deficient in Fanconi anaemia.
Nature Genetics 35: 165-170
2003
Wang, Weidong
NIA
Ruhikanta, et al.
A multiprotein nuclear complex connects Fanconi and Bloom syndrome
Molecular and Cellular Biology 2003, Vol 23 pages 3417-3426
2003
Wang, Weidong
NIA
Xue, et al.
The ATRX syndrome protein forms a new chromatin-remodeling complex with Daxx and localizes in PML nuclear bodies.
PNAS USA 100: 10632-10640
2003
Wang, Weidong
NIA
Zuqinetal et al.
Novel SWI/SNF chromatin-remodeling complexes contain a mixed lineage leukemia chromosomal translocation primer
Molecular and Cellular Biology 2003, Vol 23 pages 2942-2952
2003
Wang, Xiaodong
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Deepak, N., et al
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Genes and Development, 17, 1475-1486
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Wang, Xiaodong
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
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Distinctive roles of PHAP proteins and prothymosin-a in a death regulatory pathway
Science 299, 223-226
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Wong, Jiemin
Baylor College of Medicine
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Purification and characterization of the human N-CoR complex: the roles of HDAC3, TBL1 and TBLR1
EMBO Journal 2003, Vol 22, pages 1336-1346
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Adair, Richard
Children’s National Medical Center
Adair, R., et al
Alteration of cellular RNA splicing and polyadenylation machineries during productive human cytomegalovirus infection
Journal of Genral Virology 85: 3541-3553
2004
Anderson, H. Clarke
University of Kansas Medical Center
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Localization of bone morphogenetic proteins(BMPs) -2, 4 and 6 within megakaryocytes and platelets.
Bone vol 13, pgs 1316-1322
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Barton, Michelle
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Barton, et al.
A direct intersection between p53 and TGF-Beta pathways at an overlapping regulatory element targets chromatin modification.
Molecular Cell
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Benmohamed, Lbachir
University of California Irvine
Zhu, Xiamoing, et al.
Lipopeptide epitopes extended by NE-Palmutoyl lysine moiety increases uptake and maturation of dendritic cell through a toll-like receptor 2 pathway and triggers a Th1-dependent protective immunity.
European Journal of Immunology. Paper accepted and pending publishing.
2004
Bessho, T.
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Motycka TA, et al
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Journal of Biological Chemistry, 279(14), pgs 13634-13639
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Boroweic, James
New York University School of Medicine
Vassin, VM, et al
Replication protein A (RPA) phosphorylation prevents RPA association with replication centers
Mol Cell Biol. (5):1930-43
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Chalfant, Charles E.
Virginia Commonwealth University
Massiello, et al
SAP 155 binds to ceramide-responsive cis-element 1 and regulates the alternative 5′ splcie site selection of Bcl-x pre mRNA.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol 279: 15799-15804
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Chen, Zhijian
University ot Texas Soutwestern Medical Center
Ea, Chee-Kwee, et al
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Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 101, 15318-15323.
2004
Chen, Zhijian
University ot Texas Soutwestern Medical Center
Xia, ZP., et al
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Mol Cell 14, 289-301. ;
2004
Cimprich, Karlene
Stanford University
Bomgarden, R., et al
A novel protein activity mediates DNA binding of an ATR-ATRIP complex
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 279, 13346-13353
2004
Colber-Poley, Anamaris
Children’s National Medical Center
Adair, et al.
Alteration of cellular RNA splicing and polyadenylation machineries during productive human cytomegalovirus infection
Journal of Virology
2004
Coller, Barry S.
Rockefeller Institute
Jirouskova, M.
Antibody blockade or mutation of the fibrinogen g-chain C-terminus is more effective in inhibiting murine arterial thrombus formation than complete absence of fibrinogen.
Blood. 103: 1995-2002
2004
Craft, Joseph
Yale University
Kong, et.al.
The Centromeric Region of Chromosome 7 from MRL Mice (Lmb3) Is an Epistatic Modifier of Fas for Autoimmune Disease Expression
The Journal of Immunology, 2004, 172: 2785-2794
2004
Cuff, Christopher
West Virginia University
Fulton, et al.
Analysis of T-cell receptor repertoires expressed by cytotoxic T cells following oral and systemic infection.
J. Virol. 78:1592-1590.
2004
Cuff, Christopher
West Virginia University
Fulton, et al.
Mucosal immunity to reovirus infection in aged mice.
Exp. Gerontol. 39:1285-1294.
2004
Cuff, Christopher
West Virginia University
Mathers, et al.
Inhibition of Interleukin-4 and Interleukin-10 expression following mucosal infection with reovirus and the effect on IgG subclass responses.
J. Virol. 78: 3352-3360
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Dawson, Ted M.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Von Coelin, R., et al
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Epstein, Suzanne
CBER, FDA
Epstein, et al.
Protection against influenza A virus challenge by vaccination with acidic polymerase (PA) expressed by DNA and recombinant vaccina virus.
Submitted to Journal of Immunology
2004
Finkbeiner, Steven M.
Gladstone Institute
Brooks, et al.
Analysis of polyglutamine stretches with antibodies
Methods in Molecular Biology: Triplet Repeat Protocols. Editor Kohwi Y, Totowa: Humana Press277: 103-128
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Finkbeiner, Steven M.
Gladstone Institute
Curtis et al
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In preparation.
2004
Finkbeiner, Steven M.
Gladstone Institute
Peters-Libeu, et al
The structure of an antibody that selectively recognizes neurodegenerative disease-associated polyglutamine stretches.
In preparation.
2004
Fu, Yang-Xin
University of Chicago
Yu, et al
Priming of naïve T cells inside tumors leads to eradication of established tumors
Nature Immunology, vol. 5, pgs 141-149
2004
Godfrey, Henry P.
New York Medical College
Liu, Xinyan, et al
Interation of a Mycobacterium tuberculosis repetitive DNA sequence with eukaryotic proteins
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications Vol. 320: 966-972
2004
Graves, Barbara J.
University of Utah
Foulds, C.E., et al
Ras/mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling activates Ets-1 and Ets-2 by CBP/p300 recruitment
Jounal of Molecular and Cellular Bilogy, 24(24):10954-10964
2004
Green, Michael
University of Massachusets Medical School
Shen, et. al.
A Pathway of Sequential Arginine-Serine (RS) Domain-Splicing Signal Interations Promotes Spliceosome Assembly
Molecular Cell Journal. Submitted May 2004
2004
Gustin, Kurt
University of Idaho
Gustin, et al.
Rhinovirus-induced alterations to the nuclear pore complex.
7th International Symposium on Positive-Strand RNA viruses. May 27th to June 1, San Francisco, CA
2004
Gustin, Kurt
University of Idaho
Gustin, et al.
Alteration of the Nuclear Pore Complex in rhinovirus infected cells
American Society of Virology, Montreal, Quebec Canada July 10-14, 2004
2004
Hager, Gordon
National Cancer Institute
Nagaich, et al.
Rapid periodic binding and displacement of the glucocorticoid receptor during chromatin remodeling.
Molecular Cell, Vol. 14: 163-174
2004
Henry, R. William
Michigan State University
Hirsch, H.A., et al
Distinct mechanisms for repression of RNA polymerase III transcription by the Retinoblastoma tumor suppressor protein.
Molecular & Cellular Biology, 24:2989-5999.
2004
Jap, Bing
Lawerence Berkeley Lab
Bing, et.al.
Gamma-secretase regulatory subunit (working title)
Will be Submitted to Nature 2004
2004
Jardetzky, Theodore S.
Northwestern University
Cook, et al
Molecular Biology of Inhibin Action
Seminars in reproductive medicine, Vol. 22(3) 269-276
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Johnson, David
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Powers, et al.
E2F1 uses the ATM signaling pathway to induce p53 and Chk2 phosphorylation and apoptosis.
Molecular Cancer Research Vol. 2: 203-214
2004
Kadonaga, James T.
University of California San Diego
Lim et al
The MTE, a new core promoter element for transcription by RNA polymerase II
Genes and Develepment, 18:1606-1617
2004
Kono, Masahiro
Medical University of South Carolina
Das et al.
Role of the 9-Methyl Group of Retinal in Cone Visual Pigments
Biochemistry Vol. 43: 5532-5538
2004
Lees-Miller, Susan
University of Calgary
Goodarzi, et al.
Biochemical characterization of the ataxia-telangiectasia mutated (ATM) protein from human cells
DNA Repair (3) 753-767
2004
Li, Guo-Min
University of Kentucky
Guo, et al.
Differential requirement for PCNA in 5′ and 3′ nick-directed excision in human mismatch repair.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol 279: 16912-16917
2004
Li, Guo-Min
University of Kentucky
Yuan, et al.
Evidence for involvement of HMGB1 protein in human DNA mismatch repair.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol 279: 20935-20940
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Lieber, Michael
USC
Ma, Y et al
A Biochemically Defined System for Mammalian Nonhomologous DNA End Joining.
Molecular Cell 16: 701-713.
2004
Lieber, Michael
USC
Pannicke, U., et al
Functional and biochemical dissection of the structure-specific nuclease Artemis.
EMBO J. 23: 1987-1997.
2004
Lieber, Michael
USC
Raghaven, et al.
A non-B DNA structure at the bcl-2 major breakpoint region is cleaved by the RAG complex.
Nature 428: 88-93.
2004
Lieber, Michael
USC
Raghaven, et al.
Stability and Strand Asymmetry in the Non- B DNA Structure at the Bcl-2 Major Breakpoint Region
J. Biol. Chem. 279: 46213-46225.
2004
Lieber, Michael
USC
Yu, K. et al
Kinetic analysis of the nicking and hairpin formation steps in V(D)J recombination
DNA Repair 3: 65-75.
2004
Lieber, Michael
USC
Yu, K. et al
DNA substrate length and surrounding sequence affect the activation induced deaminase activity at cytidine.
J. Biol. Chem. 279: 6496-6500.
2004
Lord, Susan T.
University of North Carolina
Kostelansky, et. al
B beta Glu397 and B beta Asp398 but not B beta Asp432 are required for “B:b” Interactions
Biochemistry, Vol. 43, number 9, pages 2465-2474
2004
Lord, Susan T.
University of North Carolina
Kostelansky, et. al
Calcium-Binding Site beta2, adjacent to the :b: polymerization site, modulates lateral aggregation of protofibrils during fibrin polymerization
Biochemistry, Vol. 43, number 9, pages 2475-2483
2004
Lutz, Carol
University of Medicine and Dentistry-New Jersey Medical School
McClain, et al.
Structural availability influences the capacity of autoantigenic epitopes to induce a widespread lupus-like autoimmune response.
PNAS, 101: 3551-3556
2004
Maizels, Nancy
University of Washington
Duquette, et al.
Intracellular transcription of G-rich DNAs induces formation of G-loops, novel structures containing G4 DNA.
Submitted to Genes Development
2004
Marriott, Susan
Baylor College of Medicine
Wycuff, et al
Identification of a functional serum response element in the HTLV-I LTR
Virology, vol 324: 540-553
2004
McNally, Mark T.
Medical College of Wisconsin
McNally, et al.
Two regions promote U11 snRNP binding to a retroviral splicing inhibitor element (NRS).
Journal of Biological Chemistry Vol 10.1074/jbc.M407073200 (online published 7/12/04)
2004
Moss, Bernard
NIAID, NIH
Bisht, H., et al
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus spike protein expressed by attenuated vaccinia virus protectively immunizes mice
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 101, 6641-6646
2004
Moss, Bernard
NIAID, NIH
Katsafanas, G.C., et al
Vaccinia virus intermediate stage transcription is complemented by Ras-GTPase-activating protein SH3 domain-binding protein (G3BP) and cytoplasmic activation/proliferation-associated protein (p137) individually or as a heterodimer
J. Biol. Chem. 279, 52210-52217
2004
Murphy, Robert
National Jewish Medical and Research Center
Dickinson, et al.
Stabilization of Leukotriene A4 by epithelial fatty acid-binding protein in the rat basophilic leukemia cell.
J of Biol Chem. 279(9): 7420-7426
2004
Natarajan, Rama
City of Hope
Bane, et al
DNA-protein and protein-protein interactions at the Human Cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) minimal promoter by DNA affinity capture-LC/MS/MS.
52nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Meeting, Nashville, TN
2004
Nilsen, Timothy W.
Case Western Reserve University
Nilsen, et al.
Protein displacement by DExH/D :RNA Helicases” without duplex unwinding.
Science, Vol. 304: 730-734
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O’Malley, Bert W.
Baylor College of Medicine
Auboef, et al.
Differential recruitment of nuclear receptor coactivators may determine alternative RNA splice site choice in target genes
PNAS , Vol. 101: 2270-2274
2005
Palczewski, Krzysztof
University of Washington
Jastrzebska, B., et al
Functional characterization of rhodopsin monomers and dimers in detergents.
J Biol Chem. 2004 Dec 24;279(52):54663-75.
2005
Palczewski, Krzysztof
University of Washington
Zhu L,. Et al
A naturally occurring mutation of the opsin gene (T4R) in dogs affects glycosylation and stability of the G protein-coupled receptor
J Biol Chem. 2004 Dec 17;279(51):53828-39
2005
Price, David H.
University of Iowa
Jiang, et al.
Involvement of transcription termination factor 2 in mitotic repression of transcription elongation.
Molecular Cell 14:375-386
2005
Price, David H.
University of Iowa
Michels, et al.
Binding of the 7SK snRNA turns the HEXIM1 protein into a P-TEFb (Cdk9/CyclinT) inhibitor.
EMBO Journal (in press)
2005
Putterman, Chaim
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Qing, et al
Nephritogenic anti-DNA antibodies regulate gene expression in glomerular mesangial cells: a possible mechanism for reanal pahtogenicity in lupus nephritis.
In revision
2005
Putterman, Chaim
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Zhao, et al
Target antigen localization and expression as determinants of the renal pathogenicity of anti-DNA antibodies: the role of a-actinin.
In-preparation
2005
Rao, Anjana
CBR Institute for Biomedical Research Inc.
Rao, et al.
A conserved docking motif for CK1 binding controls the nuclear localization of NFTA1.
Molecular and Cellular Biology Vol. 24: 4184-4195
2005
Reimann, Keith
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Mackay, G.A., et al
Protection against late-onset AIDS in macaques prophylactically immunized with a live simian HIV vaccine was dependent on persistence of the vaccine virus
J Immunol. 2004 173:4100-4107.
2005
Reimann, Keith
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Madden, L.J., et al
CD8+ cell depletion amplifies the acute retroviral syndrome.
J Neurovirol. 2004: 10 Suppl 1:58-66.
2005
Reimann, Keith
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Permar, et al.
Limited contribution of humoral immunity to the clearance of measles viremia in rhesus monkeys.
J Infect Dis. 2004 190:998-1005.
2005
Reimann, Keith
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Roberts, E.S.
Acute SIV infection of the brain leads to upregulation of IL6 and interferon-regulated genes: expression patterns throughout disease progression and impact on neuroAIDS.
J Neuroimmunol. 2004 157:81-92.
2005
Reimann, Keith
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
van Rompay, et al.
CD8+ cell mediated suppression of virulent simian immunodeficiency virus during tenofovir treatment.
Journal of Virology, Vol. 78(10): 5324-5337
2005
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Appel, et al.
Prolonged survival of neonatal porcine islet xenografts in mice treated with a donor specific transfusion and anti-CD154 mAB.
Transplant, Vol. 77: 1341-1349
2005
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Banuelos, et al.
Rejection of human islets and human HLA-A2.1 transgenic mouse islets by alloreactive human lymphocytes in immunodefficient NOD-scid and NODRag1null Prf1null mice
Clinical Immunology, Vol. 112: 273-283
2005
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Banuelos, et al.
Regulation of skin and islet allograft survival in mice treated with costimulation blockade is mediated by different CD4+ cell subsets and different mechanisms.
Tranplantation, In Press.
2005
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Gordon, et al.
Autoimmune diabetes and resistance to xenograft transplantation tolerance in NOD mice.
Diabetes, Under revision.
2005
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Harris, et al.
T cell anergy induction through sustained Egr-2 expression.
Jounal of Immunology, In Press.
2005
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Hornum, et al.
Comparative mapping of rat iddm4 to segments on HSA7 and MMU6.
Mammalian Genome, Vol. 15:53-61
2005
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Markees, et al.
Evaluation of donor-specific transfusion sources: unique failure of bone marrow cells to induce prolonged skin allograft survival with anti-CD154 monoclonal antibody.
Tranplantation, In Press.
2005
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Pearson, et al.
Islet allograft survival induced by costimulation blockade in NOD mice is controlled by allelic variants of Idd3.
Diabetes, Vol. 53: 1972-1978
2005
Rossini, Aldo and Greiner, Dale
University of Massachusettes Medical School
Todd, et al.
Deficiencies in gut natural killer cell number an dfunction precede diabetes onset in BB rats.
Journal of Immunology, Vol. 172: 5356-5362
2005
Schoenberg, Daniel R.
Ohio State University
Schoenberg, et al.
Efficient in vivo translation of mRNA with short poly(A) imparted by the poly(A) limiting element.
In preparation.
2005
Schoenberg, Daniel R.
Ohio State University
Schoenberg, et al.
The poly(A)-limiting element functions as an enhancer of pre-mRNA 3′ processing
In preparation.
2005
Sif, Said
Ohio State University
Sharmistha, Pal, et al
Human SWI/SNF-associated PRMT5 methylates histone H3 arginine 8 and negatively regulates expression of ST7 and NM23 tumor suppressor genes
Molecular and Cellular Biology, 24(21): 9630-9645
2005
Springer, Timothy A.
Harvard Medical School
Springer, et al.
Title to be defined. Key words: crystallize, aIIb b3 integrin
Submitted to Nature
2005
Springer, Timothy A.
Harvard Medical School
Tsan, et al
Structural basis for allostery in integrins and binding of ligand-mimetic therapeutics to the platelet receptor for fibrinogen.
Nature, vol 432, pgs 59 – 67
2005
Tapscott, S.J.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Tapscott, et al.
In vitro transcription system delineates the distinct roles of the coactivators pCAF and p300 during MyoD/E47-dependent transactivation
Submitted
2005
Uesugi, Motonari
Baylor College of Medicine
Kawazoe, Y., et al
Chemical genetic identification of histamine receptor H1 as a stimulator of insulin-induced adipogenesis
Chem. Biol. 11, 907-913
2005
Wee, Chan Siew
Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Academia Sinica (in Taipei, Taiwan)
Lu. L.,
Autoantigen Golgin-97, an effector of Arl1 GTPase, participates in traffic from the endosome to the trans-golgi network
Mol Biol Cell. 15, 4426-43.
2005
Weidong, Wang
NIA/NIH
Meetei, et al.
X-linked inheritance of Fanconi anemia complementation group
Nat Genet. 36: 1219-1224
2005
Weidong, Wang
NIA/NIH
Yin, J., et al
Nuclear localization of the DOCK180/ELMO complex
Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 429: 23-29
2005
Weidong, Wang
NIA/NIH
Yin, J., et al
RECQL4, mutated in the Rothmund-Thomson and RAPADILINO syndromes, interacts with ubiquitin ligases UBR1 and UBR2 of the N-end rule pathway
Hum Mol Genet. 13(20): 2421-2430
2005
Weiss, Alison
University of Cincinnati
Rambow-Larsen, et al.
Temporal expression of pertussis toxin and the Ptl secretion proteins byBordetella persussis
Journal of Bacteriology Vol. 186: 43-50
2005
Wu, Joseph
New York University Medical Center
Wu, et al.
Identification of a resveratrol targeting protein as quinone reductase 2 (NQO2) and studies of changes in NQO2 in prostrate carcinogenesis using Resveratrol Affinity Proteomics (RAP)
Journal of Biological Chemistry (Submitted)
2005
Ye, Keqiang
Emory University
Ye, et al.
Active Nuclear Akt/Ebpa comnplex inhibits DNA fragmentation activity of CAD nucleus.
Submitted to EMBO Jourmal
2005
Anderson, H. Clarke
University of Kansas Medical Center
Anderson, et al
The role of matrix vesicles in growth plate development and biomineralization.
Frontiers in Bioscience vol 10, pgs 822-837
2005
Anderson, H. Clarke
University of Kansas Medical Center
Yang, et al
The effect of an admix BMP’x on humanosteoprogenitor activity
British Society of Dental Research
2005
Boris-Lawrie, Kathleen
Ohio State University
Hartman, et al
RNA helicase A plays a novel and essential role in translational utilization of retroviral unspliced RNA.
In revision for EMBO Journal.
2005
Boroweic, James
New York University School of Medicine
Kim, K., et al
Novel Checkpoint Response to Genotoxic Stress Mediated by Nucleolin-Replication Protein A Complex Formation
Mol Cell Biol. 2005 Mar;25(6):in press.
2005
Chalfant, Charles E.
Virginia Commonwealth University
Submitted paper
Identification of an RNA Trans-Acting Factor that functions to regulate the alternative splice site selection of caspase 9 pre-mRNA
Paper submitted
2005
Chu, Gilbert
Stanford University
Budman, J., et al
Processing of DNA for nonhomologous end-joining by cell-free extract
EMBO J. 2005 Feb 03; [Epub ahead of print]
2005
Constant, Stephanie
George Washington Univesity Medical Center
TBD
Extracellular cyclophilins have potent chemotactic properties and contribute to the regulation of inflammatory responses
Submitted to Journal of Immunology
2005
Fisher, Robert P.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Gamble, M., et al
The histone chaperone TAF-I/SET/INHAT is required for transcription in vitro of chromatin templates
Mol. Cell Biology, Vol. 25, 797-807
2005
Fisher, Robert P.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Gamble, M., et al
A CDK family member, PNQALRE, allows proliferation of mammalian cells by preventing accumulation of the CDK inhibitor, p21Cip1
Submitted
2005
Gaczynska, Maria
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Gaczynska, et al
Giant proteases-related molecular signature of breast cancer
Abstract to be presented at “Era of hope DOD Breast Cancer Research Program Meeting (June 2005)”
2005
Gonzalez, Carlos I.
University of Puerto Rico
Gonzalez, et al
Role of the AU-rich element on translational control of the IL-3 transcript
Genes and Development, submitted
2005
Gross, Adrian
Northwestern University
TBD
Publication in process
 
2005
Hager, Gordon
NCI/NIH
Rayasam, et al
Ligand specific dynamics of the progesterone receptor in living cells and during chromatin remodeling in vitro.
Submitted to Molecular and Cellular Biology, in press
2005
Hendrickson, Wayne A.
Columbia University
Qing R. Fan & Wayne A. Hendricson
Structure of human follicle-stimulating hormone in complex with its receptor
Nature, Vol 433, pgs 269-277, January 20, 2005
2005
Henry, R. William
Michigan State University
Gridasova, A.A., et al
The p53 tumor suppressor protein represses human snRNA gene transcription by RNA polymerases II and III independently of sequence specific DNA binding
Molecular & Cellular Biology, In Press.
2005
Johnson, David G.
M.D. Anderson Cancer Research Center
TBD
ATM promotes apoptosis and suppresses tumorigenesis in response to Myc
Paper in submission
2005
Kikyo, Nobuaki
University of Minnesota
TBD
Essential requirement of the protein B23 for nucleolar dissassembly induced by the FRGY2a family proteins.
Submitted to Nature Cell Biology
2005
Lieber, Michael
USC
Irvine, R.A., et al
The Generation and Characterization of Endonuclease G Null Mice
Mol. Cell. Biol. 25: 294-302
2005
Lieber, Michael
USC
So, S., et al
Genetic interactions between BLM and DNA ligase IV in human cells
J. Biol. Chem. 279: 55433-55442.
2005
Lieber, Michael
USC
Yu, K. et al
Fine-Structural Analysis of Activation-Induced Deaminase Accessibility to Class Switch Region R-Loops.
Mol. Cell. Biol. In Press
2005
Lieberman, Judy
NIAID, NIH
Martinvalet, E., et al
Granzyme A induces caspase-independent mitochondrial damage, a required first step for apoptosis
Immunity, in press, 2005.
2005
Lieberman, Judy
NIAID, NIH
Shi, L., et al
Granzyme B binds to target cells mostly by charge and must be added at the same time as perforin to trigger apoptosis
J Immunol, in press, 2005.
2005
Lieberman, Judy
NIAID, NIH
Xue, Y, et al
Adenovirus Protein VII Functions throughout Early Phase and Interacts with Cellular Proteins SET and pp32
J Virol, 79:2474-2483, 2005.
2005
Moss, Bernard
NIAID, NIH
Bisht, H., et al
Neutralizing antibody and protective immunity to SARS coronavirus infection of mice induced by a soluble recombinant polypeptide containing an N-terminal segment of the spike glycoprotein.
Virology, In press
2005
Myszka, David G.
University of Utah
Navratilova, I., et al
Solubilization, stabilization and purification of chemokine receptors using biosensor technology
Analytical Biochemistry, Paper in press
2005
Natarajan, Rama
City of Hope
Shanmugam N, et al
Role of mRNA Stability in the induction of the Inflammatory Chemokine, Interferon-g-inducible protein, in Monocytes by Ligands of the Receptor for Advanced Glycation End Products (RAGE).
American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting
2005
Natarajan, Rama
City of Hope
Shanmugam N, et al
Identification of DNA-protein and protein-protein interactions at the Human Cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) minimal promoter induced by ligation of the Receptor for Advanced Glycation End Products (RAGE) in monocytes: Use of DNA affinity capture LC/MS/MS.
American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting
2005
Price, David H.
University of Iowa
Adamson, et al.
Functional coupling of polyadenylation and transcription of mRNA
Submitted to Molecular and Cellular Biology, pending publication
2005
Putterman, Chaim
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Zhao, et al
Human lupus anti-DNA/anti-a-actinin antibodies bind to mesgangial cells and induce renal disease.
Arthritis & Rheumatism, 52: pgs 522-530.
2005
Reinisch, Karen
Yale University
Reinisch, et al
Structural insights into RNA quality control: the Ro autoantigen is a toroid that binds misfolded RNA’s via its central cavity.
Cell
2005
Shokat, Kevan M.
University of San Francisco
Shokat, et al
Bio-orthogonal affinity purification of direct kinase
Journal of the American Chemical Society
2005