B Sivanandam Arasu

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GTPases of immunity-associated proteins (GIMAPs) are regulators of lymphocyte survival and homeostasis. We previously determined the structural basis of GTP-dependent GIMAP2 scaffold formation on lipid droplets. To understand how its GTP hydrolysis is activated, we screened for other GIMAPs on lipid droplets and identified GIMAP7. In contrast to GIMAP2,(More)
Dominant gain-of-function mutations that lead to misregulation of the C. elegans heterochronic gene lin-14, and the evolutionary implications of dominant mutations in pattern-formation genes 47 Sachs, T. Cell polarity and tissue patterning in plants 83 Z. Properties of deficiens, a homeotic gene involved in the control of flower morphogenesis in Antirrhinum(More)
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