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John F. Foley
24 June 2008: ec230.
The DNA-damage-response kinase Dun1 must bind, through its FHA domain, to not one, but two phosphothreonine residues to be activated by the kinase Rad53. Abstract »  
L. Bryan Ray
24 June 2008: ec231.
Mitosis begins in mammalian cells when a protein accumulates between cell divisions and interacts with a second protein to initiate a cascade of kinase activation. Abstract »  
Nancy R. Gough
24 June 2008: ec232.
Vitronectin appears to bind bacterial lipopeptides to present these to a complex of integrins with β3 subunits and Toll-like receptor 2. Abstract »  
Annalisa M. VanHook
24 June 2008: ec233.
T cell activation induces the production of mRNAs with shorter 3'UTRs and fewer microRNA target sites. Abstract »  
Nancy R. Gough
24 June 2008: ec234.
Movement between cells appears to drive the accumulation of the protein TTG1 into the cells that form trichomes, while depleting neighboring cells. Abstract »  
Peter Stern
24 June 2008: ec235.
Astrocytes in the visual cortex respond to visual stimuli, showing receptive field properties (response kinetics, orientation, and localization) similar to those of neurons. Abstract »  



Steven R. Houser and Jeffery D. Molkentin
24 June 2008: pe31.
Are calcium signaling pathways in the heart regulated by bulk cytoplasmic calcium or by calcium in specialized microdomains? Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  
Simon J. Morley and Mark J. Coldwell
24 June 2008: pe32.
Translation of cellular inhibitor of apoptosis 2 transcripts appears to involve a ribosome shunting mechanism, permitting translation in periods of stress. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  



Nevin A. Lambert
24 June 2008: re5.
G proteins may function as activated heterotrimers, as well as dissociated subunits. Gloss »   Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »   Interactive Figures »  
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