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Authors: Julius, D
Citation: D. Julius, Serotonin receptor knockouts: A moody subject, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15153-15154

Authors: Quesenberry, PJ Becker, PS
Citation: Pj. Quesenberry et Ps. Becker, Stem cell homing: Rolling, crawling, and nesting, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15155-15157

Authors: Clurman, BE Porter, P
Citation: Be. Clurman et P. Porter, New insights into the tumor suppression function of P27(Kip1), P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15158-15160

Authors: Fleming, GR
Citation: Gr. Fleming, Protein dynamics and photon echoes, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15161-15162

Authors: Crothers, DM
Citation: Dm. Crothers, DNA curvature and deformation in protein-DNA complexes: A step in the right direction, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15163-15165

Authors: deCharms, RC
Citation: Rc. Decharms, Information coding in the cortex by independent or coordinated populations, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15166-15168

Authors: Wu, JZ Bratko, D Prausnitz, JM
Citation: Jz. Wu et al., Interaction between like-charged colloidal spheres in electrolyte solutions, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15169-15172

Authors: Parsons, I Lee, MR Smith, JV
Citation: I. Parsons et al., Biochemical evolution II: Origin of life in tubular microstructures on weathered feldspar surfaces, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15173-15176

Authors: Gong, WM Hao, B Mansy, SS Gonzalez, G Gilles-Gonzalez, MA Chan, MK
Citation: Wm. Gong et al., Structure of a biological oxygen sensor: A new mechanism for heme-driven signal transduction, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15177-15182

Authors: Griffith, EC Su, Z Niwayama, S Ramsay, CA Chang, YH Liu, JO
Citation: Ec. Griffith et al., Molecular recognition of angiogenesis inhibitors fumagillin and ovalicin by methionine aminopeptidase 2, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15183-15188

Authors: Zarembinski, TI Hung, LW Mueller-Dieckmann, HJ Kim, KK Yokota, H Kim, R Kim, SH
Citation: Ti. Zarembinski et al., Structure-based assignment of the biochemical function of a hypothetical protein: A test case of structural genomics, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15189-15193

Authors: Rozenberg, H Rabinovich, D Frolow, F Hegde, RS Shakked, Z
Citation: H. Rozenberg et al., Structural code for DNA recognition revealed in crystal structures of papillomavirus E2-DNA targets, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15194-15199

Authors: Wang, ZY Wang, F Sellers, JR Korn, ED Hammer, JA
Citation: Zy. Wang et al., Analysis of the regulatory phosphorylation site in Acanthamoeba myosin IC by using site-directed mutagenesis, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15200-15205

Authors: Carragher, BO Cheng, NQ Wang, ZY Korn, ED Reilein, A Belnap, DM Hammer, JA Steven, AC
Citation: Bo. Carragher et al., Structural invariance of constitutively active and inactive mutants of Acanthamoeba myosin IC bound to F-actin in the rigor and ADP-bound states, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15206-15211

Authors: Niranjanakumari, S Stams, T Crary, SM Christianson, DW Fierke, CA
Citation: S. Niranjanakumari et al., Protein component of the ribozyme ribonuclease P alters substrate recognition by directly contacting precursor tRNA, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15212-15217

Authors: Bell, SD Jaxel, C Nadal, M Kosa, PF Jackson, SP
Citation: Sd. Bell et al., Temperature, template topology, and factor requirements of archaeal transcription, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15218-15222

Authors: Suh, WC Burkholder, WF Lu, CZ Zhao, X Gottesman, ME Gross, CA
Citation: Wc. Suh et al., Interaction of the Hsp70 molecular chaperone, DnaK, with its cochaperone DnaJ, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15223-15228

Authors: Gassler, CS Buchberger, A Laufen, T Mayer, MP Schroder, H Valencia, A Bukau, B
Citation: Cs. Gassler et al., Mutations in the DnaK chaperone affecting interaction with the DnaJ cochaperone, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15229-15234

Authors: Brown, NM Anderson, SA Steffen, DW Carpenter, TB Kennedy, MC Walden, WE Eisenstein, RS
Citation: Nm. Brown et al., Novel role of phosphorylation in Fe-S cluster stability revealed by phosphomimetic mutations at Ser-138 of iron regulatory protein 1, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15235-15240

Authors: Lai, CC Henningson, C DiMaio, D
Citation: Cc. Lai et al., Bovine papillomavirus E5 protein induces oligomerization and trans-phosphorylation of the platelet-derived growth factor beta receptor, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15241-15246

Authors: Adelman, K Brody, EN Buckle, M
Citation: K. Adelman et al., Stimulation of bacteriophage T4 middle transcription by the T4 proteins MotA and AsiA occurs at two distinct steps in the transcription cycle, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15247-15252

Authors: Lopez-Buesa, P Pfund, C Craig, EA
Citation: P. Lopez-buesa et al., The biochemical properties of the ATPase activity of a 70-kDa heat shock protein (Hsp70) are governed by the C-terminal domains, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15253-15258

Authors: Zylicz, M Liberek, K Wawrzynow, A Georgopoulos, C
Citation: M. Zylicz et al., Formation of the preprimosome protects lambda O from RNA transcription-dependent proteolysis by ClpP/ClpX, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15259-15263

Authors: Ruhmann, A Bonk, I Lin, CJR Rosenfeld, MG Spiess, J
Citation: A. Ruhmann et al., Structural requirements for peptidic antagonists of the corticotropin-releasing factor receptor (CRFR): Development of CRFR2 beta-selective antisauvagine-30, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15264-15269

Authors: Chen, HM Engelman, A
Citation: Hm. Chen et A. Engelman, The barrier-to-autointegration protein is a host factor for HIV type 1 integration, P NAS US, 95(26), 1998, pp. 15270-15274
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