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Elizabeth M. Adler and Nancy R. Gough
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: eg10.
At the cellular level, neurons and their precursors face multiple decision points. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  



Volkan Coskun, Jing Zhao, and Yi E. Sun
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: pe58.
The tyrosine phosphatase SHP2 may help regulate the balance between neurogenesis and gliogenesis. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  
Colin G. Nichols
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: pe59.
ATP-sensitive potassium channels link cell metabolism to excitability in various tissues. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  


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John F. Foley
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: tw390.
Oncogenic Ras directs the epigenetic silencing of genes that inhibit tumorigenesis. Abstract »  
L. Bryan Ray
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: tw391.
In dendritic cells, the "cis" function of one of the two kinase domains of Rsk protein kinases can be replaced "in trans" by another MAPK-activated protein kinase. Abstract »  
Nancy R. Gough
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: tw392.
The NOD protein MalT appears to cycle between an ADP-bound inactive state and an ATP-bound active state. Abstract »  
John F. Foley
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: tw393.
Adenosine diphosphate signaling initiates development of the eye. Abstract »  
Elizabeth M. Adler
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: tw394.
Localization of BK channels to lipid rafts may enable IP3-mediated signaling pathways to activate BK channels in glioma cells. Abstract »  
Caroline Ash
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: tw395.
A small peptide mediates programmed cell death in a bacterial population, offsetting starvation, clearing a toxin, or halting the spread of a virus infection. Abstract »  
Laura M. Zahn
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: tw396.
In pepper plants, a protein from a bacterial pathogen acts as a transcription factor that both elongates cells, the characteristic sign of infection, and induces a defensive response. Abstract »  
Pamela J. Hines
Sci. STKE 30 October 2007: tw397.
Unlike their ancestors, domesticated tomatoes self-fertilize because a cell elongation mutation causes short styles, burying the female reproductive parts among male anthers. Abstract »  
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