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Elizabeth M. Adler
18 May 2010: ec147.
The netrin receptor DCC regulates local protein translation. Abstract »  
John F. Foley
18 May 2010: ec148.
The functional diversity of GABAB receptor responses is endowed by tetrameric KCTD proteins that are part of the receptor complex. Abstract »  
Wei Wong
18 May 2010: ec149.
CRACR2A regulates the sensitivity of CRAC channels to calcium. Abstract »  
Nancy R. Gough
18 May 2010: ec150.
Peptide signals of the CLE family provide both local and systemic regulation of plant-bacteria symbiosis. Abstract »  
Guy Riddihough
18 May 2010: ec151.
Small double-stranded interfering RNAs move between cells and can direct DNA methylation. Abstract »  
Stella M. Hurtley
18 May 2010: ec152.
A calcium-dependent protein kinase is essential for blood-stage proliferation of the human malaria parasite. Abstract »  
L. Bryan Ray
18 May 2010: ec153.
Altered metabolic needs of cancer cells may provide a means to selectively inhibit their growth. Abstract »  
Peter R. Stern
18 May 2010: ec154.
Freeze fracture methods allow a numerical estimate of Na+ channel density in different compartments of CA1 pyramidal cells. Abstract »  


Research Articles

Qisheng Peng, Shikha Malhotra, James A. Torchia, William G. Kerr, K. Mark Coggeshall, and Mary Beth Humphrey
18 May 2010: ra38.
The inositol phosphatase SHIP1 binds to a receptor-adaptor complex on osteoclasts to prevent recruitment of PI3K and inhibit receptor signaling. Editor's Summary »   Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »   Supplementary Materials »  
Shao-yu Zhang, Maud Kamal, Karine Dahan, André Pawlak, Virginie Ory, Dominique Desvaux, Vincent Audard, Marina Candelier, Fatima BenMohamed, Marie Matignon, Christo Christov, Xavier Decrouy, Veronique Bernard, Gilles Mangiapan, Philippe Lang, Georges Guellaën, Pierre Ronco, and Djillali Sahali
18 May 2010: ra39.
Overexpression of the protein c-mip in mice produces phenotypes similar to various idiopathic kidney disorders. Editor's Summary »   Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »   Supplementary Materials »  



Laura A. Dyer, Andrea L. Portbury, and Cam Patterson
18 May 2010: pe17.
CCM3 is a key regulator of a major signaling pathway involved in vascular development. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  
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