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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 AAA+ Ring and Linker Swing Mechanism in the Dynein Motor Roberts, Anthony J.
2009
1-12 3 p. 485-495
11 p.
artikel
2 A Bacterial Effector Reveals the V-ATPase-ATG16L1 Axis that Initiates Xenophagy Xu, Yue

1-12 3 p. 552-566.e20
artikel
3 A bacterial gene involved in transcription antitermination: Regulation at a rho-independent terminator in the bgl operon of E. coli Mahadevan, Subramony
1987
1-12 3 p. 485-494
10 p.
artikel
4 A bacteriophage RNA polymerase transcribes through a Xenopus 5S RNA gene transcription complex without disrupting it Wolffe, Alan P.
1986
1-12 3 p. 381-389
9 p.
artikel
5 Abelson virus-transformed lymphocytes: Null cells that modulate H-2 Pratt, Diane McMahon
1977
1-12 3 p. 683-690
8 p.
artikel
6 A “Better Baby” with Gene Editing? Annas, George J.
2016
1-12 3 p. 507-508
2 p.
artikel
7 Ability of the hydrophobic fusion-related external domain of a paramyxovirus F protein to act as a membrane anchor Paterson, Reay G.
1987
1-12 3 p. 441-452
12 p.
artikel
8 A Biological Atlas of Functional Maps Vidal, Marc
2001
1-12 3 p. 333-339
7 p.
artikel
9 A Biomarker Harvest from One Thousand Cancer Cell Lines Huang, Yu-Han
2016
1-12 3 p. 536-537
2 p.
artikel
10 Abnormal lipid-linked oligosaccharides in class E thy-1-negative mutant lymphomas Trowbridge, Ian S.
1979
1-12 3 p. 503-508
6 p.
artikel
11 Abnormally spliced messenger RNA in erythroid cells from patients with β + thalassemia and monkey cells expressing a cloned β +-thalassemic gene Fukumaki, Yasuyuki
1982
1-12 3 p. 585-593
9 p.
artikel
12 Abnormal RNA splicing causes one form of α thalassemia Felber, Barbara K.
1982
1-12 3 p. 895-902
8 p.
artikel
13 A Breath of Fresh Air in Lung Regeneration Beronja, Slobodan
2011
1-12 3 p. 485-487
3 p.
artikel
14 A Brief History of the Hypothesis Glass, David J.
2008
1-12 3 p. 378-381
4 p.
artikel
15 Abrin and hurin: Two new lymphocyte mitogens Kaufman, Stephen J.
1975
1-12 3 p. 263-268
6 p.
artikel
16 Absence of messenger RNA and gene DNA for β-globin chains in hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin Forget, B.G.
1976
1-12 3 p. 323-329
7 p.
artikel
17 A Call for Systematic Research on Solute Carriers César-Razquin, Adrián
2015
1-12 3 p. 478-487
10 p.
artikel
18 A Cardiac MicroRNA Governs Systemic Energy Homeostasis by Regulation of MED13 Grueter, Chad E.
2012
1-12 3 p. 671-683
13 p.
artikel
19 A Cathepsin D-Cleaved 16 kDa Form of Prolactin Mediates Postpartum Cardiomyopathy Hilfiker-Kleiner, Denise
2007
1-12 3 p. 589-600
12 p.
artikel
20 A CBP Integrator Complex Mediates Transcriptional Activation and AP-1 Inhibition by Nuclear Receptors Kamei, Yasutomi
1996
1-12 3 p. 403-414
12 p.
artikel
21 Accumulation of individual pA+ RNAs during oogenesis of Xenopus laevis Golden, Lynn
1980
1-12 3 p. 835-844
10 p.
artikel
22 Accumulation of the Inner Nuclear Envelope Protein Sun1 Is Pathogenic in Progeric and Dystrophic Laminopathies Chen, Chia-Yen
2012
1-12 3 p. 565-577
13 p.
artikel
23 Accumulation of water during transformation of cells by an avian sarcoma virus Bader, John P.
1974
1-12 3 p. 307-313
7 p.
artikel
24 Accurate cleavage and polyadenylation of exogenous RNA substrate Moore, Claire L.
1985
1-12 3 p. 845-855
11 p.
artikel
25 Accurate transcription initiation on a purified mouse β-globin DNA fragment in a cell-free system Luse, Donal S.
1980
1-12 3 p. 691-699
9 p.
artikel
26 A C. elegans Model of Nicotine-Dependent Behavior: Regulation by TRP-Family Channels Feng, Zhaoyang
2006
1-12 3 p. 621-633
13 p.
artikel
27 A C. elegans Sperm TRP Protein Required for Sperm-Egg Interactions during Fertilization Xu, X.-Z.Shawn
2003
1-12 3 p. 285-297
13 p.
artikel
28 A cell division mutant of drosophila with a functionally abnormal spindle Ripoll, Pedro
1985
1-12 3 p. 907-912
6 p.
artikel
29 A Cell-ebration of Induced Pluripotency 2016
1-12 3 p. 331-
1 p.
artikel
30 A cell surface glycoprotein involved in the compaction of embryonal carcinoma cells and cleavage stage embryos Hyafil, François
1980
1-12 3 p. 927-934
8 p.
artikel
31 A ceRNA Hypothesis: The Rosetta Stone of a Hidden RNA Language? Salmena, Leonardo
2011
1-12 3 p. 353-358
6 p.
artikel
32 Acetate Fuels the Cancer Engine Lyssiotis, Costas A.
2015
1-12 3 p. 567-
1 p.
artikel
33 Acetylation in Histone H3 Globular Domain Regulates Gene Expression in Yeast Xu, Feng
2005
1-12 3 p. 375-385
11 p.
artikel
34 Acetylcholine receptor degradation measured by density labeling: Effects of cholinergic ligands and evidence against recycling Gardner, John M.
1979
1-12 3 p. 661-674
14 p.
artikel
35 Acetylcholinesterase inhibition by fasciculin: Crystal structure of the complex Bourne, Yves
1995
1-12 3 p. 503-512
10 p.
artikel
36 ACF7 Kodama, Atsuko
2003
1-12 3 p. 343-354
12 p.
artikel
37 A Chemical-Genetic Strategy Implicates Myosin-1c in Adaptation by Hair Cells Holt, Jeffrey R.
2002
1-12 3 p. 371-381
11 p.
artikel
38 A chicken-yeast chimeric β-tubulin protein is incorporated into mouse microtubules in vivo Bond, Julian F.
1986
1-12 3 p. 461-468
8 p.
artikel
39 A chromatic fantasy and fugue in immunology immunobiology: The immune system in health and disease Sercarz, Eli
1995
1-12 3 p. 319-320
2 p.
artikel
40 A Chromatin Accessibility Atlas of the Developing Human Telencephalon Markenscoff-Papadimitriou, Eirene

1-12 3 p. 754-769.e18
artikel
41 A Chromodomain Protein, Swi6, Performs Imprinting Functions in Fission Yeast during Mitosis and Meiosis Nakayama, Jun-ichi
2000
1-12 3 p. 307-317
11 p.
artikel
42 Acid Extrusion from Human Spermatozoa Is Mediated by Flagellar Voltage-Gated Proton Channel Lishko, Polina V.
2010
1-12 3 p. 327-337
11 p.
artikel
43 A circuit logic for sexually shared and dimorphic aggressive behaviors in Drosophila Chiu, Hui

1-12 3 p. 847
artikel
44 A Class of Dynamin-like GTPases Involved in the Generation of the Tubular ER Network Hu, Junjie
2009
1-12 3 p. 549-561
13 p.
artikel
45 A Class of Membrane Proteins Shaping the Tubular Endoplasmic Reticulum Voeltz, Gia K.
2006
1-12 3 p. 573-586
14 p.
artikel
46 A collection of cells Solter, Davor
1982
1-12 3 p. 1053-
1 p.
artikel
47 A Combinatorial Code for CPE-Mediated Translational Control Piqué, Maria
2008
1-12 3 p. 434-448
15 p.
artikel
48 A Common Core RNP Structure Shared between the Small Nucleoar Box C/D RNPs and the Spliceosomal U4 snRNP Watkins, Nicholas J
2000
1-12 3 p. 457-466
10 p.
artikel
49 A Common Embryonic Origin of Stem Cells Drives Developmental and Adult Neurogenesis Berg, Daniel A.

1-12 3 p. 654-668.e15
artikel
50 A Complete Electron Microscopy Volume of the Brain of Adult Drosophila melanogaster Zheng, Zhihao

1-12 3 p. 730-743.e22
artikel
51 A Complete Neandertal Mitochondrial Genome Sequence Determined by High-Throughput Sequencing Green, Richard E.
2008
1-12 3 p. 416-426
11 p.
artikel
52 A complex formed between cell components and an HSV structural polypeptide binds to a viral immediate early gene regulatory DNA sequence Preston, Chris M.
1988
1-12 3 p. 425-434
10 p.
artikel
53 A Complex of NuMA and Cytoplasmic Dynein Is Essential for Mitotic Spindle Assembly Merdes, Andreas
1996
1-12 3 p. 447-458
12 p.
artikel
54 A consensus motif common to all rho-dependent prokaryotic transcription terminators Allfano, Pietro
1991
1-12 3 p. 553-563
11 p.
artikel
55 A consensus sequence of three DNA replication terminus sites on the E. coli chromosome is highly homologous to the terR sites of the R6K plasmid Hidaka, Masumi
1988
1-12 3 p. 467-475
9 p.
artikel
56 A Conserved F Box Regulatory Complex Controls Proteasome Activity in Drosophila Bader, Maya
2011
1-12 3 p. 371-382
12 p.
artikel
57 A control element within a structural gene: The gal operon of Escherichia coli Irani, Meher H.
1983
1-12 3 p. 783-788
6 p.
artikel
58 A copy of the copia transposable element is very tightly linked to the w a allele at the white locus of D. melanogaster Bingham, Paul M.
1981
1-12 3 p. 705-711
7 p.
artikel
59 A Creatine-Driven Substrate Cycle Enhances Energy Expenditure and Thermogenesis in Beige Fat Kazak, Lawrence
2015
1-12 3 p. 643-655
13 p.
artikel
60 Actin-Based Cell Motility and Cell Locomotion Mitchison, T.J
1996
1-12 3 p. 371-379
9 p.
artikel
61 Actin Dynamics Control SRF Activity by Regulation of Its Coactivator MAL Miralles, Francesc
2003
1-12 3 p. 329-342
14 p.
artikel
62 α-Actinin: Immunofluorescent localization of a muscle structural protein in nonmuscle cells Lazarides, Elias
1975
1-12 3 p. 289-298
10 p.
artikel
63 Activation domains of stably bound GAL4 derivatives alleviate repression of promoters by nucleosomes Workman, Jerry L.
1991
1-12 3 p. 533-544
12 p.
artikel
64 Activation of Innate Immunity Is Required for Efficient Nuclear Reprogramming Lee, Jieun
2012
1-12 3 p. 547-558
12 p.
artikel
65 Activation of muscle-specific actin genes in xenopus development by an induction between animal and vegetal cells of a blastula Gurdon, J.B.
1985
1-12 3 p. 913-922
10 p.
artikel
66 Activation of protein kinase C decreases phosphorylation of c-Jun at sites that negatively regulate its DNA-binding activity Boyle, William J.
1991
1-12 3 p. 573-584
12 p.
artikel
67 Activation of the major Drosophila heat-shock genes in vitro Craine, Brian L.
1981
1-12 3 p. 671-681
11 p.
artikel
68 Active conformation of the globin genes in uninduced and induced mouse erythroleukemia cells Miller, D.M.
1978
1-12 3 p. 511-521
11 p.
artikel
69 Active-Site Dynamics in RNA Polymerases Landick, Robert
2004
1-12 3 p. 351-353
3 p.
artikel
70 Activin can induce the formation of axial structures and is expressed in the hypoblast of the chick Mitrani, E.
1990
1-12 3 p. 495-501
7 p.
artikel
71 Activins are expressed early in Xenopus embryogenesis and can induce axial mesoderm and anterior structures Thomsen, G.
1990
1-12 3 p. 485-493
9 p.
artikel
72 act up Controls Actin Polymerization to Alter Cell Shape and Restrict Hedgehog Signaling in the Drosophila Eye Disc Benlali, Aude
2000
1-12 3 p. 271-281
11 p.
artikel
73 Adaptation in bacterial chemotaxis: CheB-dependent modification permits additional methylations of sensory transducer proteins Kehry, Marilyn R.
1982
1-12 3 p. 761-772
12 p.
artikel
74 Adaptation of Root Function by Nutrient-Induced Plasticity of Endodermal Differentiation Barberon, Marie
2016
1-12 3 p. 447-459
13 p.
artikel
75 ADAR1 Forms a Complex with Dicer to Promote MicroRNA Processing and RNA-Induced Gene Silencing Ota, Hiromitsu
2013
1-12 3 p. 575-589
15 p.
artikel
76 A “data sharing trust” model for rapid, collaborative science Chan, Vincent

1-12 3 p. 566-570
artikel
77 A Dedicated Wnt Secretion Factor Ching, Wendy
2006
1-12 3 p. 432-433
2 p.
artikel
78 A Deeper Look into Translation Initiation Korostelev, Andrei A.
2014
1-12 3 p. 475-476
2 p.
artikel
79 A defective interfering RNA that contains a mosaic of a plant virus genome Hillman, Bradley I.
1987
1-12 3 p. 427-433
7 p.
artikel
80 Adenovirus E1a proteins repress transcription from the SV40 early promoter Velcich, Anna
1985
1-12 3 p. 705-716
12 p.
artikel
81 Adenovirus 2 lp + locus codes for a 19 kd tumor antigen that plays an essential role in cell transformation Chinnadurai, G.
1983
1-12 3 p. 759-766
8 p.
artikel
82 Adenovirus Serotype 5 Hexon Mediates Liver Gene Transfer Waddington, Simon N.
2008
1-12 3 p. 397-409
13 p.
artikel
83 A Developing Story Kincade, Paul W.
2001
1-12 3 p. 315-316
2 p.
artikel
84 Adhesion Protein Structure, Molecular Affinities, and Principles of Cell-Cell Recognition Honig, Barry

1-12 3 p. 520-535
artikel
85 A Different TIPE of Immune Homeostasis Freundt, Eric C.
2008
1-12 3 p. 401-402
2 p.
artikel
86 Adipogenesis and Obesity: Rounding Out the Big Picture Spiegelman, Bruce M
1996
1-12 3 p. 377-389
13 p.
artikel
87 A direct repeat in the cellular retinol-binding protein type II gene confers differential regulation by RXR and RAR Mangelsdorf, David J.
1991
1-12 3 p. 555-561
7 p.
artikel
88 A dispersed multigene family encoding tubulin in Drosophila melanogaster Sánchez, Federico
1980
1-12 3 p. 845-854
10 p.
artikel
89 A Distinct Type of Pilus from the Human Microbiome Xu, Qingping
2016
1-12 3 p. 690-703
14 p.
artikel
90 A diversity of monoclonal antibodies Barnstable, Colin J.
1985
1-12 3 p. 489-490
2 p.
artikel
91 Adjacent Codons Act in Concert to Modulate Translation Efficiency in Yeast Gamble, Caitlin E.
2016
1-12 3 p. 679-690
12 p.
artikel
92 A 3D Map of the Human Genome at Kilobase Resolution Reveals Principles of Chromatin Looping Rao, Suhas S.P.
2015
1-12 3 p. 687-688
2 p.
artikel
93 Adult neural stem cell activation in mice is regulated by the day/night cycle and intracellular calcium dynamics Gengatharan, Archana

1-12 3 p. 709-722.e13
artikel
94 A Dynamically Localized Protease Complex and a Polar Specificity Factor Control a Cell Cycle Master Regulator McGrath, Patrick T.
2006
1-12 3 p. 535-547
13 p.
artikel
95 A Dynamic Epicardial Injury Response Supports Progenitor Cell Activity during Zebrafish Heart Regeneration Lepilina, Alexandra
2006
1-12 3 p. 607-619
13 p.
artikel
96 A Dynamic Pathway for Calcium-Independent Activation of CaMKII by Methionine Oxidation Erickson, Jeffrey R.
2008
1-12 3 p. 462-474
13 p.
artikel
97 A 5′ element of the chicken β-globin domain serves as an insulator in human erythroid cells and protects against position effect in Drosophila Chung, Jay H.
1993
1-12 3 p. 505-514
10 p.
artikel
98 A Eukaryotic-like Ser/Thr Kinase Signals Bacteria to Exit Dormancy in Response to Peptidoglycan Fragments Shah, Ishita M.
2008
1-12 3 p. 486-496
11 p.
artikel
99 A family of inverted repeat sequences and specific single-strand gaps at the termini of the Physarum rDNA palindrome Johnson, Edward M.
1980
1-12 3 p. 875-886
12 p.
artikel
100 A fibrillar collagen gene, Col11a1, is essential for skeletal morphogenesis Li, Y
1995
1-12 3 p. 423-430
8 p.
artikel
101 A fission yeast chromosome can replicate autonomously in mouse cells Allshire, Robin C.
1987
1-12 3 p. 391-403
13 p.
artikel
102 A floral transmitting tissue-specific glycoprotein attracts pollen tubes and stimulates their growth Cheung, Alice Y
1995
1-12 3 p. 383-393
11 p.
artikel
103 A frameshift at a mutational hotspot in the polyoma virus early region generates two new proteins that define T-antigen functional domains Wilson, Joanna B.
1986
1-12 3 p. 477-487
11 p.
artikel
104 A Functional Enhancer Suppresses Silencing of a Transgene and Prevents Its Localization Close to Centromeric Heterochromatin Francastel, Claire
1999
1-12 3 p. 259-269
11 p.
artikel
105 A functional requirement for modification of the wobble nucleotide in the anticodon of a T4 suppressor tRNA Colby, Diane S.
1976
1-12 3 p. 449-463
15 p.
artikel
106 A Function for the AP3 Coat Complex in Synaptic Vesicle Formation from Endosomes Faúndez, Victor
1998
1-12 3 p. 423-432
10 p.
artikel
107 A fused chimeric protein made in human cells Borst, Piet
1989
1-12 3 p. 421-422
2 p.
artikel
108 A Futile Approach to Fighting Obesity? Reilly, Shannon M.
2015
1-12 3 p. 539-540
2 p.
artikel
109 AF9 YEATS Domain Links Histone Acetylation to DOT1L-Mediated H3K79 Methylation Li, Yuanyuan
2014
1-12 3 p. 558-571
14 p.
artikel
110 Age-Dependent Alterations in Meiotic Recombination Cause Chromosome Segregation Errors in Spermatocytes Zelazowski, Maciej J.
2017
1-12 3 p. 601-614.e13
artikel
111 A gene involved in the development of the posterior body region of C. elegans Kenyon, Cynthia
1986
1-12 3 p. 477-487
11 p.
artikel
112 A general transcription factor forms a stable complex with RNA polymerase B (II) Zheng, Xin-Min
1987
1-12 3 p. 361-368
8 p.
artikel
113 A gene that regulates the bithorax complex differentially in larval and adult cells of Drosophila Ingham, P.W.
1984
1-12 3 p. 815-823
9 p.
artikel
114 A Genetic Clog in the Vitamin A Transport Machinery Zhong, Ming
2015
1-12 3 p. 435-437
3 p.
artikel
115 A Genetic Variant Associated with Five Vascular Diseases Is a Distal Regulator of Endothelin-1 Gene Expression Gupta, Rajat M.
2017
1-12 3 p. 522-533.e15
artikel
116 A Genome-wide CRISPR Screen in Primary Immune Cells to Dissect Regulatory Networks Parnas, Oren
2015
1-12 3 p. 675-686
12 p.
artikel
117 Aggregation in Dictyostelium discoideum Robertson, Anthony D.J.
1981
1-12 3 p. 603-611
9 p.
artikel
118 A Global Control Region Defines a Chromosomal Regulatory Landscape Containing the HoxD Cluster Spitz, François
2003
1-12 3 p. 405-417
13 p.
artikel
119 A Gut Microbial Mimic that Hijacks Diabetogenic Autoreactivity to Suppress Colitis Hebbandi Nanjundappa, Roopa
2017
1-12 3 p. 655-667.e17
artikel
120 A Gutsy Way to Grow: Intestinal Stem Cells as Nutrient Sensors Sarkar, Abby
2011
1-12 3 p. 487-489
3 p.
artikel
121 A Hairy End to a Chilling Event Pascalau, Raluca

1-12 3 p. 539-541
artikel
122 A heterodimeric coiled-coil protein required for mitotic chromosome condensation in vitro Hirano, Tatsuya
1994
1-12 3 p. 449-458
10 p.
artikel
123 A heteroduplex study of the sequence relationships between the RNAs of M-MSV and M-MLV Hu, Sylvia
1977
1-12 3 p. 469-477
9 p.
artikel
124 A High-Resolution C. elegans Essential Gene Network Based on Phenotypic Profiling of a Complex Tissue Green, Rebecca A.
2011
1-12 3 p. 470-482
13 p.
artikel
125 A Histone Modifier’s Ill-Gotten Copy Gains Rickels, Ryan
2013
1-12 3 p. 477-479
3 p.
artikel
126 A homeodomain substitution changes the regulatory specificity of the Deformed protein in drosophila embryos Kuziora, Michael A.
1989
1-12 3 p. 563-571
9 p.
artikel
127 A Hox Regulatory Network Establishes Motor Neuron Pool Identity and Target-Muscle Connectivity Dasen, Jeremy S.
2005
1-12 3 p. 477-491
15 p.
artikel
128 A Human Interactome in Three Quantitative Dimensions Organized by Stoichiometries and Abundances Hein, Marco Y.
2015
1-12 3 p. 712-723
12 p.
artikel
129 A hyperconversion mechanism generates the chicken light chain preimmune repertoire Reynaud, Claude-Agnès
1987
1-12 3 p. 379-388
10 p.
artikel
130 AIRE-Deficient Patients Harbor Unique High-Affinity Disease-Ameliorating Autoantibodies Meyer, Steffen
2016
1-12 3 p. 582-595
14 p.
artikel
131 Airway Protection—A Role for Vagal P2RY1 Receptors Moayedi, Yalda

1-12 3 p. 509-511
artikel
132 A Kinase Gets Caspases into Shape Montell, Denise J.
2006
1-12 3 p. 450-452
3 p.
artikel
133 AKT/PKB Signaling: Navigating the Network Manning, Brendan D.
2017
1-12 3 p. 381-405
artikel
134 A Lactate-Induced Response to Hypoxia Lee, Dong Chul
2015
1-12 3 p. 595-609
15 p.
artikel
135 A Landscape of Pharmacogenomic Interactions in Cancer Iorio, Francesco
2016
1-12 3 p. 740-754
15 p.
artikel
136 A Large Intergenic Noncoding RNA Induced by p53 Mediates Global Gene Repression in the p53 Response Huarte, Maite
2010
1-12 3 p. 409-419
11 p.
artikel
137 A Last-Minute Rescue of Trapped Chromatin Chen, Chun-Ting
2009
1-12 3 p. 397-399
3 p.
artikel
138 A latent intron-encoded maturase is also an endonuclease needed for intron mobility Wenzlau, Janet M.
1989
1-12 3 p. 421-430
10 p.
artikel
139 A limited view of gene expression Kozak, M.
1980
1-12 3 p. 947-948
2 p.
artikel
140 A little knowledge is a fearsome thing Lewin, Benjamin
1982
1-12 3 p. 661-662
2 p.
artikel
141 A liver-enriched transcriptional activator protein, LAP, and a transcriptional inhibitory protein, LIP, are translated from the sam mRNA Descombes, Patrick
1991
1-12 3 p. 569-579
11 p.
artikel
142 ALKBH1-Mediated tRNA Demethylation Regulates Translation Liu, Fange
2016
1-12 3 p. 816-828.e16
8.279999999999999E18 p.
artikel
143 Allele-specific, selective amplification of a ribosomal RNA gene in tetrahymena thermophila Pan, Wei-Chun
1982
1-12 3 p. 595-604
10 p.
artikel
144 All Grown up and Ready to Rumble Goldstein, Steve A.N.
2001
1-12 3 p. 274-276
3 p.
artikel
145 All-Optical Electrophysiology Reveals the Role of Lateral Inhibition in Sensory Processing in Cortical Layer 1 Fan, Linlin Z.

1-12 3 p. 521-535.e18
artikel
146 Allosteric Activation of a Bacterial Stress Sensor Yan, Nieng
2007
1-12 3 p. 441-443
3 p.
artikel
147 Allosteric Activation of DegS, a Stress Sensor PDZ Protease Sohn, Jungsan
2007
1-12 3 p. 572-583
12 p.
artikel
148 Allosteric Activators of Protein Phosphatase 2A Display Broad Antitumor Activity Mediated by Dephosphorylation of MYBL2 Morita, Ken

1-12 3 p. 702-715.e20
artikel
149 Allosteric Inhibition of the IRE1α RNase Preserves Cell Viability and Function during Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress Ghosh, Rajarshi
2014
1-12 3 p. 534-548
15 p.
artikel
150 Allosteric Modulation of the RNA Polymerase Catalytic Reaction Is an Essential Component of Transcription Control by Rifamycins Artsimovitch, Irina
2005
1-12 3 p. 351-363
13 p.
artikel
151 Allosteric Regulation of Histidine Kinases by Their Cognate Response Regulator Determines Cell Fate Paul, Ralf
2008
1-12 3 p. 452-461
10 p.
artikel
152 Allostery and Coupled Sequence Variation in Nuclear Hormone Receptors Kuriyan, John
2004
1-12 3 p. 354-356
3 p.
artikel
153 Alpha and Beta Type 1 Interferon Signaling: Passage for Diverse Biologic Outcomes Ng, Cherie T.
2016
1-12 3 p. 349-352
4 p.
artikel
154 Alpha Cells Beget Beta Cells Liu, Zhengyu
2009
1-12 3 p. 424-426
3 p.
artikel
155 Alteration in cell surface LETS protein during myogenesis Chen, Lan Bo
1977
1-12 3 p. 393-400
8 p.
artikel
156 Alteration of the RNA polymerase specificity of U3 snRNA genes during evolution and in vitro Kiss, Tamás
1991
1-12 3 p. 517-526
10 p.
artikel
157 Alterations in cellular adhesion and apoptosis in epithelial cells overexpressing prostaglandin endoperoxide synthase 2 Tsujii, Masahiko
1995
1-12 3 p. 493-501
9 p.
artikel
158 Altered growth regulation and enhanced tumorigenicity of NIH 3T3 fibroblasts transfected with protein kinase C-I cDNA Persons, Derek A.
1988
1-12 3 p. 447-458
12 p.
artikel
159 Altered Modes of Stem Cell Division Drive Adaptive Intestinal Growth O'Brien, Lucy Erin
2011
1-12 3 p. 603-614
12 p.
artikel
160 Altering gene expression with 5-azacytidine Jones, Peter A.
1985
1-12 3 p. 485-486
2 p.
artikel
161 Alternative conformations of the ColE1 replication primer modulate its interaction with RNA I Wong, Edwin M.
1985
1-12 3 p. 959-966
8 p.
artikel
162 Alternative Initiation of Translation and Time-Specific Phosphorylation Yield Multiple Forms of the Essential Clock Protein FREQUENCY Garceau, Norman Y.
1997
1-12 3 p. 469-476
8 p.
artikel
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418 Artificial Intelligence Is Becoming Natural Koch, Marta

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422 A Self-Produced Trigger for Biofilm Disassembly that Targets Exopolysaccharide Kolodkin-Gal, Ilana
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453 Astrocytic trans-Differentiation Completes a Multicellular Paracrine Feedback Loop Required for Medulloblastoma Tumor Growth Yao, Maojin

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455 A Structural Model of the Endogenous Human BAF Complex Informs Disease Mechanisms Mashtalir, Nazar

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483 A Translocation Pathway for Vesicle-Mediated Unconventional Protein Secretion Zhang, Min

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486 ATRX Directs Binding of PRC2 to Xist RNA and Polycomb Targets Sarma, Kavitha
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488 ATR-X Syndrome Protein Targets Tandem Repeats and Influences Allele-Specific Expression in a Size-Dependent Manner Law, Martin J.
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489 AttrActin’ Attention to Early Mouse Development Frum, Tristan

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493 Augmenting Immunotherapy Impact by Lowering Tumor TNF Cytotoxicity Threshold Vredevoogd, David W.

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502 Author index for 1985 1985
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504 Author index for volume 29 1982
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505 Author index for volume 23 1981
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506 Author index for volume 30 1982
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507 Author index for volume 24 1981
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508 Author index for volume 22 1980
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509 Author index for volume 21 1980
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510 Author index for volume 20 1980
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511 Autism and Brain Development Walsh, Christopher A.
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512 Autism: Many Genes, Common Pathways? Geschwind, Daniel H.
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514 Autoregulation of a drosophila homeotic selector gene Kuziora, Michael A.
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515 Autosomal dominant and recessive osteochondrodysplasias associated with the COL11A2 locus Vikkula, Miikka
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516 A variety of hormonal effects Litwack, Gerald
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910 Cosuppression Comes to the Animals Bingham, Paul M
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