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NblC, a novel component required for pigment degradation during starvation in Synechococcus PCC 7942
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A mode of action is suggested for this newly identified modulator, NblC, which provides new insights into regulation of gene expression in response to environmental stimuli, and sequence alignment suggests kinase motifs as well as homology of N BlC to anti‐sigma factors. Expand
Codanin-1, the protein encoded by the gene mutated in congenital dyserythropoietic anemia type I (CDAN1), is cell cycle-regulated
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The findings of this paper show that codanin-1 is active in S-phase of the cell cycle, which represents the first step towards understanding the function of the proteins involved in congenital dyserythropoietic anemia. Expand
Alanine Dehydrogenase Activity Is Required for Adequate Progression of Phycobilisome Degradation during Nitrogen Starvation in Synechococcus elongatus PCC 7942
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A novel mutant of Synechococcus elongatus PCC 7942 is identified that exhibits impaired phycobilisome degradation specifically during nitrogen starvation, unlike previously described mutants which exhibit aberrant degradation under nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorus starvation conditions. Expand
Gas2l3, a Novel Constriction Site-Associated Protein Whose Regulation Is Mediated by the APC/CCdh1 Complex
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Overexpression of Gas2l3 specifically interferes with cell abscission, which is the final stage of cell division, when the cutting of the intercellular bridge at the constriction sites occurs, and is suggested to be part of the cellular mechanism that terminates cell division. Expand
The interface of nanoparticles with proliferating mammalian cells.
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The relationship between cellular amounts of NPs (determined by fluorescence intensity) and cell volume (estimated by SSC-A) in adherent A549 cells and in unattached L1210 cells was characterized and a strong positive correlation was detected after 24-h incubation. Expand
Crystal structure of the extracellular juxtamembrane region of Robo1.
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The crystal structure of the juxtamembrane (JM) domains of human Robo1 exhibits unexpectedly high backbone similarity to the netrin and RGM binding region of neogenin and DCC, which are functionally related receptors of Robo1. Expand
Gas2l3 is essential for brain morphogenesis and development.
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This study provides the first insight into the function of gas2l3 in vivo, demonstrating its essential role in brain development and loss-of-function experiments. Expand
Gas 2 l 3 , a Novel Constriction Site-Associated Protein Whose Regulation Is Mediated by the \ ( APC / C ^ { Cdh 1 } \ ) Complex
Growth arrest-specific 2-like protein 3 (Gas2l3) was recently identified as an Actin/Tubulin cross-linker protein that regulates cytokinesis. Using cell-free systems from both frog eggs and humanExpand
Codanin-1, the Protein Encoded by the Gene Mutated in Congenital Dyserythropoietic Anemia Type I (CDAN1), Is Cell Cycle Regulated
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It is suggested that codanin-1 may be involved in heterochromatin organization during DNA replication in CDA I, the first work towards understanding the function of the proteins involved in CDAs. Expand
Cell cycle oscillators underlying orderly proteolysis of E2F8
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A complementary set of static and dynamic cell-free systems of human origin revealed an interlocking molecular switch controlling E2F8 degradation at mitotic exit and identified SCF-Cyclin F as the ubiquitin ligase controlling E 2F8 in G2-phase. Expand
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