Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications

Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Vol.391, No.2 Entire volume, number list
ISSN: 0006-291X (Print) 

In this Issue (27 articles)

1155 - 1157 Perspectives on the formation of an interdisciplinary research team
Dodson MV, Guan LL, Fernyhough ME, Mir PS, Bucci L, McFarland DC, Novakofski J, Reecy JM, Ajuwon KM, Thompson DP, Hausman GJ, Benson M, Bergen WG, Jiang Z
1158 - 1160 How does oxygen rise drive evolution? Clues from oxygen-dependent biosynthesis of nuclear receptor ligands
Jiang YY, Kong DX, Qin T, Zhang HY
1161 - 1165 An in vitro model that can distinguish between effects on angiogenesis and on established vasculature: Actions of TNP-470, marimastat and the tubulin-binding agent Ang-510
van Wijngaarden J, Snoeks TJA, van Beek E, Bloys H, Kaijzel EL, van Hinsbergh VWM, Lowik CWGM
1166 - 1169 Coordinate regulation/localization of the carbohydrate responsive binding protein (ChREBP) by two nuclear export signal sites: Discovery of a new leucine-rich nuclear export signal site
Fukasawa M, Ge Q, Wynn RM, Ishii S, Uyeda K
1170 - 1176 Both N- and C-lobes of calmodulin are required for Ca2+-dependent regulations of Ca(V)1.2 Ca2+ channels
Guo F, Minobe E, Yazawa K, Asmara H, Bai XY, Han DY, Hao LY, Kameyama M
1177 - 1181 5S rRNA-assisted DnaK refolding
Kim HK, Choi SI, Seong BL
1182 - 1186 Increase of RhoB in gamma-radiation-induced apoptosis is regulated by c-Jun N-terminal kinase in Jurkat T cells
Kim CH, Won M, Choi CH, Ahn J, Kim BK, Song KB, Kang CM, Chung KS
1187 - 1191 Proteomic analysis of astrocytic secretion that regulates neurogenesis using quantitative amine-specific isobaric tagging
Yan H, Zhou WH, Wei LM, Zhong F, Yang Y
1192 - 1196 Pili of oral Streptococcus sanguinis bind to fibronectin and contribute to cell adhesion
Okahashi N, Nakata M, Sakurai A, Terao Y, Hoshino T, Yamaguchi M, Isoda R, Sumitomo T, Nakano K, Kawabata S, Ooshima T
1197 - 1202 Amphipathic peptides can act as an anticoagulant by competing with phospholipid membranes for blood coagulation factors
Charbonneau S, Peng HT, Shek PN, Blostein MD
1203 - 1209 Overexpressed proteins may act as mops removing their ligands from the host cells: A case study of calf PNP
Breer K, Wielgus-Kutrowska B, Girstun A, Staron K, Hashimoto M, Hikishima S, Yokomatsu T, Bzowska A
1210 - 1215 Significance of HLA class I antibody-induced antioxidant gene expression for endothelial cell protection against complement attack
Iwasaki K, Miwa Y, Haneda M, Uchida K, Nakao A, Kobayashi T
1216 - 1221 Characterisation of the interaction between syndecan-2, neurofibromin and CASK: Dependence of interaction on syndecan dimerization
Volta M, Calza S, Roberts AM, Roberts RG
1222 - 1227 The liver-enriched transcription factor CREBH is nutritionally regulated and activated by fatty acids and PPAR alpha
Danno H, Ishii KA, Nakagawa Y, Mikami M, Yamamoto T, Yabe S, Furusawa M, Kumadaki S, Watanabe K, Shimizu H, Matsuzaka T, Kobayashi K, Takahashi A, Yatoh S, Suzuki H, Yamada N, Shimano H
1228 - 1233 NEMO-binding domain peptide promotes osteoblast differentiation impaired by tumor necrosis factor alpha
Li WF, Yu B, Li MM, Sun DM, Hu YJ, Zhao M, Cui CB, Hou SX
1234 - 1239 Identification of acrolein-conjugated protein in plasma of patients with brain infarction
Yoshida M, Higashi K, Jin LH, Machi Y, Suzuki T, Masuda A, Dohmae N, Suganami A, Tamura Y, Nishimura K, Toida T, Tomitori H, Kashiwagi K, Igarashi K
1240 - 1245 PI3K inhibition causes the accumulation of ubiquitinated presenilin 1 without affecting the proteasome activity
Aoyagi N, Uemura K, Kuzuya A, Kihara T, Kawamata J, Shimohama S, Kinoshita A, Takahashi R
1246 - 1250 Amino acid substitution at the substrate-binding subsite alters the specificity of the Phanerochaete chrysosporium cellobiose dehydrogenase
Desriani, Ferri S, Sode K
1251 - 1254 Fatty acids of membrane phospholipids in Drosophila melanogaster lines showing rapid and slow recovery from chill coma
Goto SG, Udaka H, Ueda C, Katagiri C
1255 - 1261 Tumor Necrosis Factor alpha (TNF alpha) regulates CD40 expression through SMAR1 phosphorylation
Singh K, Sinha S, Malonia SK, Chattopadhyay S
1262 - 1267 N-linked glycosylation determines cell surface expression of two-pore-domain K+ channel TRESK
Egenberger B, Polleichtner G, Wischmeyer E, Doring F
1268 - 1273 Bone marrow-derived cells are differentially involved in pathological and physiological retinal angiogenesis in mice
Zou H, Otani A, Oishi A, Yodoi Y, Kameda T, Kojima H, Yoshimura N
1274 - 1279 Hypoxia-induced decoy receptor 2 gene expression is regulated via a hypoxia-inducible factor 1 alpha-mediated mechanism
Pei GT, Wu CW, Lin WW
1280 - 1284 Construction of a bacterial artificial chromosome library for the Rongchang pig breed and its use for the identification of genes involved in intramuscular fat deposition
Liu L, Yin JD, Li W, Liu K, Peng Y, Tan PP, Ma RZL
1285 - 1290 Gene-wide histone acetylation at the yeast INO1 requires the transcriptional activator Ino2p
Esposito M, Konarzewska P, Odeyale O, Shen CH
1291 - 1296 Impaired methylation as a novel mechanism for proteasome suppression in liver cells
Osna NA, White RL, Donohue TM, Beard MR, Tuma DJ, Kharbanda KK
1297 - 1300 Toxicity of a serotonin-derived neuromelanin
Miller ED, Fibuch EE, Seidler NW