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TMC-1 attenuates C. elegans development and sexual behaviour in a chemically defined food environment.

Zhang L., Gualberto D.G., Guo X., Correa P., Jee C., Garcia L.R.

Nat Commun 6:6345-6345(2015) · Mapped (1)

Structural Damage in the C. elegans Epidermis Causes Release of STA-2 and Induction of an Innate Immune Response.

Zhang Y., Li W., Li L., Li Y., Fu R., Zhu Y., Li J., Zhou Y., Xiong S., Zhang H.

Immunity 42:309-320(2015) · Mapped (1)

Investigating the Role of RIO Protein Kinases in Caenorhabditis elegans.

Mendes T.K., Novakovic S., Raymant G., Bertram S.E., Esmaillie R., Nadarajan S., Breugelmans B., Hofmann A., Gasser R.B., Colaiacovo M.P. et al.

PLoS ONE 10:e0117444-e0117444(2015) · Mapped (1)

Monitoring Newly Synthesized Proteins over the Adult Life Span of Caenorhabditis elegans.

Vukoti K., Yu X., Sheng Q., Saha S., Feng Z., Hsu A.L., Miyagi M.

J. Proteome Res. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (4)

Spillover Transmission Is Mediated by the Excitatory GABA Receptor LGC-35 in C. elegans.

Jobson M.A., Valdez C.M., Gardner J., Garcia L.R., Jorgensen E.M., Beg A.A.

J. Neurosci. 35:2803-2816(2015) · Mapped (2)

Tissue Expression Pattern of PMK-2 p38 MAPK Is Established by the miR-58 Family in C. elegans.

Pagano D.J., Kingston E.R., Kim D.H.

PLoS Genet. 11:e1004997-e1004997(2015) · Mapped (4)

A Globin Domain in a Neuronal Transmembrane Receptor of Caenorhabditis elegans and Ascaris suum: Molecular Modeling and Functional Properties.

Tilleman L., Germani F., De Henau S., Helbo S., Desmet F., Berghmans H., Van Doorslaer S., Hoogewijs D., Schoofs L., Braeckman B.P. et al.

J. Biol. Chem. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (2)

The C. elegans Crumbs family contains a CRB3 homolog and is not essential for viability.

Waaijers S., Ramalho J.J., Koorman T., Kruse E., Boxem M.

Biol Open 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (1)

Pu-Erh Tea Down-Regulates Sterol Regulatory Element-Binding Protein and Stearyol-CoA Desaturase to Reduce Fat Storage in Caenorhaditis elegans.

Ding Y., Zou X., Jiang X., Wu J., Zhang Y., Chen D., Liang B.

PLoS ONE 10:e0113815-e0113815(2015) · Mapped (1)

CDK-1 and Two B-Type Cyclins Promote PAR-6 Stabilization during Polarization of the Early C. elegans Embryo.

Rabilotta A., Desrosiers M., Labbe J.C.

PLoS ONE 10:e0117656-e0117656(2015) · Mapped (8)

The functional and pathologic relevance of autophagy proteases.

Fernandez A.F., Lopez-Otin C.

J. Clin. Invest. 125:33-41(2015) · Mapped (2)

Yeast Prions: Proteins Templating Conformation and an Anti-prion System.

Wickner R.B., Edskes H.K., Bateman D.A., Gorkovskiy A., Dayani Y., Bezsonov E.E., Mukhamedova M.

PLoS Pathog. 11:e1004584-e1004584(2015) · Mapped (5)

The thumb subdomain of yeast mitochondrial RNA polymerase is involved in processivity, transcript fidelity and mitochondrial transcription factor binding.

Velazquez G., Sousa R., Brieba L.G.

RNA Biol 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (2)

Inner nuclear membrane protein LEM-2 is required for proper nuclear separation and morphology.

Morales-Martinez A., Dobrzynska A., Askjaer P.

J. Cell. Sci. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (2)

Regulation of Mechanosensation in C. elegans through Ubiquitination of the MEC-4 Mechanotransduction Channel.

Chen X., Chalfie M.

J. Neurosci. 35:2200-2212(2015) · Mapped (3)

KChIP-Like Auxiliary Subunits of Kv4 Channels Regulate Excitability of Muscle Cells and Control Male Turning Behavior during Mating in Caenorhabditis elegans.

Chen X., Ruan M.Y., Cai S.Q.

J. Neurosci. 35:1880-1891(2015) · Mapped (6)

Trends in thermostability provide information on the nature of substrate, inhibitor and lipid interactions with mitochondrial carriers.

Crichton P.G., Lee Y., Ruprecht J.J., Cerson E., Thangaratnarajah C., King M.S., Kunji E.R.

J. Biol. Chem. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (1)

CAP1 is overexpressed in human epithelial ovarian cancer and promotes cell proliferation.

Hua M., Yan S., Deng Y., Xi Q., Liu R., Yang S., Liu J., Tang C., Wang Y., Zhong J.

Int. J. Mol. Med. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (1)

Architecture of the RNA polymerase II-Mediator core initiation complex.

Plaschka C., Lariviere L., Wenzeck L., Seizl M., Hemann M., Tegunov D., Petrotchenko E.V., Borchers C.H., Baumeister W., Herzog F. et al.

Nature 518:376-380(2015) · Mapped (19)

Genome-wide screen identifies a novel p97/CDC-48-dependent pathway regulating ER-stress-induced gene transcription.

Marza E., Taouji S., Barroso K., Raymond A.A., Guignard L., Bonneu M., Pallares-Lupon N., Dupuy J.W., Fernandez-Zapico M.E., Rosenbaum J. et al.

EMBO Rep. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (1)

ERO1: A Protein Disulfide Oxidase And H2o2 Producer.

Zito E.

Free Radic. Biol. Med. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (1)

Transcription termination and the control of the transcriptome: why, where and how to stop.

Porrua O., Libri D.

Nat. Rev. Mol. Cell Biol. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (10)

Improved activity of the Cel5A endoglucanase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae deletion mutants defective in oxidative stress defense mechanisms.

Wu G., Sun J., Yu S., Dong Q., Zhuang G., Liu W., Lin J., Qu Y.

Biotechnol. Lett. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (2)

Feedback control of prion formation and propagation by the ribosome-associated chaperone complex.

Kiktev D.A., Melomed M.M., Lu C.D., Newnam G.P., Chernoff Y.O.

Mol. Microbiol. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (1)

Isofunctional Enzymes PAD1 and UbiX Catalyze Formation of a Novel Cofactor Required by Ferulic Acid Decarboxylase and 4-Hydroxy-3-polyprenylbenzoic Acid Decarboxylase.

Lin F., Ferguson K.L., Boyer D.R., Lin X.N., Marsh E.N.

ACS Chem. Biol. 0:0-0(2015) · Mapped (1)

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