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COMP-1 promotes competitive advantage of nematode sperm.

Hansen J.M., Chavez D.R., Stanfield G.M.

Elife 4:0-0(2015)

10-Hydroxy-2-decenoic Acid, the Major Lipid Component of Royal Jelly, Extends the Lifespan of Caenorhabditis elegans through Dietary Restriction and Target of Rapamycin Signaling.

Honda Y., Araki Y., Hata T., Ichihara K., Ito M., Tanaka M., Honda S.

J Aging Res 2015:425261-425261(2015)

The AP2 clathrin adaptor protein complex regulates the abundance of GLR-1 glutamate receptors in the ventral nerve cord of C. elegans.

Garafalo S.D., Luth E.S., Moss B.J., Monteiro M.I., Malkin E., Juo P.

Mol. Biol. Cell 0:0-0(2015)

The Aggregation-Prone Intracellular Serpin SRP-2 Fails to Transit the ER in Caenorhabditis elegans.

Silverman R.M., Cummings E.E., O'Reilly L.P., Miedel M.T., Silverman G.A., Luke C.J., Perlmutter D.H., Pak S.C.

Genetics 0:0-0(2015)

Pharmacological classes that extend lifespan of Caenorhabditis elegans.

Carretero M., Gomez-Amaro R.L., Petrascheck M.

Front Genet 6:77-77(2015)

A genomic virulence reference map of Enterococcus faecalis reveals an important contribution of phage03-like elements in nosocomial genetic lineages to pathogenicity in Caenorhabditis elegans infection model.

La Rosa S.L., Snipen L.G., Murray B.E., Willems R.J., Gilmore M.S., Diep D.B., Nes I.F., Brede D.A.

Infect. Immun. 0:0-0(2015)

Acyl-CoA oxidase complexes control the chemical message produced by Caenorhabditis elegans.

Zhang X., Feng L., Chinta S., Singh P., Wang Y., Nunnery J.K., Butcher R.A.

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 0:0-0(2015)

A TOCA/CDC-42/PAR/WAVE functional module required for retrograde endocytic recycling.

Bai Z., Grant B.D.

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 0:0-0(2015)

The Nuclear Receptor DAF-12 Regulates Nutrient Metabolism and Reproductive Growth in Nematodes.

Wang Z., Stoltzfus J., You Y.J., Ranjit N., Tang H., Xie Y., Lok J.B., Mangelsdorf D.J., Kliewer S.A.

PLoS Genet. 11:e1005027-e1005027(2015)

PAR-6, but not E-cadherin and beta-integrin, is necessary for epithelial polarization in C. elegans.

Von Stetina S.E., Mango S.E.

Dev. Biol. 0:0-0(2015)

Caenorhabditis elegans EXO-3 contributes to longevity and reproduction: Differential roles in somatic cells and germ cells.

Kato Y., Moriwaki T., Funakoshi M., Zhang-Akiyama Q.M.

Mutat. Res. 772:46-54(2015)

A Powerful New Quantitative Genetics Platform, Combining Caenorhabditis elegans High-Throughput Fitness Assays with a Large Collection of Recombinant Strains.

Andersen E.C., Shimko T.C., Crissman J.R., Ghosh R., Bloom J.S., Seidel H.S., Gerke J.P., Kruglyak L.

G3 (Bethesda) 0:0-0(2015)

Cis- and Trans-Regulatory Mechanisms of Gene Expression in the ASJ Sensory Neuron of Caenorhabditis elegans.

Gonzalez-Barrios M., Fierro-Gonzalez J.C., Krpelanova E., Mora-Lorca J.A., Pedrajas J.R., Penate X., Chavez S., Swoboda P., Jansen G., Miranda-Vizuete A.

Genetics 0:0-0(2015)

The activation of protein homeostasis protective mechanisms perhaps is not responsible for lifespan extension caused by deficiencies of mitochondrial proteins in C. elegans.

Ren Y., Chen S., Ma M., Yao X., Sun D., Li B., Lu J.

Exp. Gerontol. 0:0-0(2015)

Loss of pdr-1/parkin influences Mn homeostasis through altered ferroportin expression in C. elegans.

Chakraborty S., Chen P., Bornhorst J., Schwerdtle T., Schumacher F., Kleuser B., Bowman A.B., Aschner M.

Metallomics 0:0-0(2015)

NatB Domain-Containing CRA-1 Antagonizes Hydrolase ACER-1 Linking Acetyl-CoA Metabolism to the Initiation of Recombination during C. elegans Meiosis.

Gao J., Kim H.M., Elia A.E., Elledge S.J., Colaiacovo M.P.

PLoS Genet. 11:e1005029-e1005029(2015)

CCM-3/STRIPAK promotes seamless tube extension through endocytic recycling.

Lant B., Yu B., Goudreault M., Holmyard D., Knight J.D., Xu P., Zhao L., Chin K., Wallace E., Zhen M. et al.

Nat Commun 6:6449-6449(2015)

Replicative DNA Polymerase delta but Not epsilon Proofreads Errors in Cis and in Trans.

Flood C.L., Rodriguez G.P., Bao G., Shockley A.H., Kow Y.W., Crouse G.F.

PLoS Genet. 11:e1005049-e1005049(2015)

Polyphosphatase PPN1 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Switching of Exopolyphosphatase and Endopolyphosphatase Activities.

Andreeva N., Trilisenko L., Eldarov M., Kulakovskaya T.

PLoS ONE 10:e0119594-e0119594(2015)

Function of glutathione peroxidases in legume root nodules.

Matamoros M.A., Saiz A., Penuelas M., Bustos-Sanmamed P., Mulet J.M., Barja M.V., Rouhier N., Moore M., James E.K., Dietz K.J. et al.

J. Exp. Bot. 0:0-0(2015)

Cwc21p promotes the second step conformation of the spliceosome and modulates 3' splice site selection.

Gautam A., Grainger R.J., Vilardell J., Barrass J.D., Beggs J.D.

Nucleic Acids Res. 0:0-0(2015)

Regulated eukaryotic DNA replication origin firing with purified proteins.

Yeeles J.T., Deegan T.D., Janska A., Early A., Diffley J.F.

Nature 0:0-0(2015)

A Novel Function for the C. elegans Torsin OOC-5 in Nucleoporin Localization and Nuclear Import.

VanGompel M.J., Nguyen K.C., Hall D.H., Dauer W.T., Rose L.S.

Mol. Biol. Cell 0:0-0(2015)

The ribosome-associated complex antagonizes prion formation in yeast.

Amor A.J., Castanzo D.T., Delany S.P., Selechnik D.M., van Ooy A., Cameron D.M.

Prion 0:0-0(2015)

Engineering Enhanced Protein Disaggregases for Neurodegenerative Disease.

Jackrel M.E., Shorter J.

Prion 0:0-0(2015)

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