Anne van der Zanden

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A cDNA coding for the carboxy-terminal region of human protein S and containing a complete 3'-untranslated region, was isolated by a combination of antibody screening of a lambda gt11 human liver cDNA expression library and in situ hybridization of a pUC9 human liver cDNA library. Hybridization analysis of human total DNA with radiolabelled non-overlapping(More)
The 14-3-3 proteins comprise a family of highly conserved proteins with multiple functions, most of which are related to signal transduction. Four isoforms from the plant Arabidopsis thaliana were able to complement the lethal disruption of the two Saccharomyces cerevisiae genes encoding 14-3-3 proteins; one complemented very poorly and one did not(More)
Seventy-six red adenine mutants of Kluyveromyces lactis were isolated. By complementation they could be assigned to two groups with 31 and 45 mutants. Transformation of several strains from each group with plasmids containing the Saccharomyces cerevisiae ADE1 or ADE2 gene showed that the largest group was ade2 and the other group was ade1. Several(More)
Predisposition to rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is thought to be associated with HLA-DR1, -DR4, and -DR10. However, many epidemiological observations are better explained by a model in which the DQ alleles that are linked to these DR alleles, i.e., DQ5, DQ7, and DQ8, predispose to RA, while certain DR alleles have a dominant protective effect. All protective(More)
The 2 microns plasmid of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is in principle a suitable vector for expression of foreign genes, due to its high copy number and extreme stability. However, the cloning of genes into 2 microns often results in a reduced copy number and/or reduced stability. One reason for this observed instability could be that the inserts in(More)
Partial cDNAs coding for human protein S were isolated from a pUC9 human liver cDNA library. Together, the overlapping clones span a (partial) 5'-non-coding region, and the complete protein S coding and 3'-untranslated regions. The derived amino acid sequence deviates at five positions from two previously reported protein S sequences. Two of these(More)
We assessed calibration of perception and action in the context of a golf putting task. Previous research has shown that right-handed novice golfers make rightward errors both in the perception of the perfect aiming line from the ball to the hole and in the putting action. Right-handed experts, however, produce accurate putting actions but tend to make(More)
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