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Nancy R. Gough
12 August 2008: ec284.
Mice given a drug that activates AMPK exhibit increased endurance and alterations in skeletal muscle that are similar to those achieved by exercise. Abstract »  
Elizabeth M. Adler
12 August 2008: ec285.
C. elegans exhibits a locomotive response to ultraviolet light mediated through a protein unrelated to known photoreceptors. Abstract »  
Nancy R. Gough
12 August 2008: ec286.
T cells use CD40L (a ligand) to instruct bone marrow stromal cells to respond to parathyroid hormone. Abstract »  
John F. Foley
12 August 2008: ec287.
Microinjection of receptor mRNAs and membrane preparations from postmortem normal and diseased brains into Xenopus oocytes enables comparative analysis of receptor function. Abstract »  
Nancy R. Gough
12 August 2008: ec288.
Secretion of a transcription factor regulates production of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis secretion system. Abstract »  
Annalisa M. VanHook
12 August 2008: ec289.
In nematodes, developmental arrest induced by a fatty acid deficiency is insulin-independent. Abstract »  
Elizabeth M. Adler
12 August 2008: ec290.
Arrival of cargo stimulates Golgi trafficking by means of the KDEL receptor and Src family tyrosine kinases. Abstract »  
Paula A. Kiberstis
12 August 2008: ec291.
A signaling protein that helps nerve fibers find their correct target muscles is required for innervation of the eye muscles and, if defective, causes an eye movement disorder. Abstract »  
Peter Stern
12 August 2008: ec292.
Contrary to previous assumptions, dopamine helps both strengthen and weaken synapses made by cortical cells onto cells of the subcortical striatum. Abstract »  



Jean M. Sanger and Joseph W. Sanger
12 August 2008: pe37.
In contrast to its stolid image, the Z band of the mature myofibril is a beehive of activity. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  
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