SR proteins and splicing control 1569

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SR proteins and splicing control
James L. Manley and Roland Tacke
Bone morphogenetic proteins: multifunctional regulators of vertebrate development
Brigid L.M. Hogan
research papers
Multiple determinants controlling activation of yeast replication origins late in S phase
Katherine L. Friedman, John D. Diller, Betsy M. Ferguson, Sarah V.M. Nyland, Bonita J. Brewer,
and Walton L. Fangman
Regulation of mRNA export in response to stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Claudio Saavedra, Kuei-Shu Tung, David C. Amberg, Anita K. Hopper, and Charles N. Cole
Targeted disruption of pl07: functional overlap between pl07 and Rb
Myung-Ho Lee, Bart O. Williams, George Mulligan, Shizuo Mukai, Roderick T. Bronson,
Nicholas Dyson, Ed Harlow, and Tyler Jacks
Shared role of the pRB-related pl30 and pl07 proteins in limb development
David Cobrinik, Myung-Ho Lee, Gregory Hannon, George Mulligan, Roderick T. Bronson,
Nicholas Dyson, Ed Harlow, David Beach, Robert A. Weinberg, and Tyler Jacks
Regulation of cell-cell contacts in developing Drosophila eyes by Dsrc41, a new close relative 1645 of vertebrate c-src Fumitaka Takahashi, Sachiko Endo, Tetsuya Kojima, and Kaoru Saigo
The gene encoding bone morphogenetic protein 8B is reqiiired for the initiation and
maintenance of spermatogenesis in the mouse
Guang-Quan Zhao, Keyu Deng, Patricia A. Labosky, Lucy Liaw, and Brigid L.M. Hogan
Hepatic specification of the gut endoderm in vitro: Cell signaling and transcriptional control Rossana Gualdi, Pascale Bossard, Minghua Zheng, Yoshio Hamada, John R. Coleman, and Kenneth S. Zaret
1670 (continued)
A nuclear cap-binding complex facilitates association of Ul snRNP with the cap-proximal 5'
splice site
Joe D. Lewis, Elisa Izaurralde, Artur Jarmolowski, Caroline McGuigan, and Iain W. Mattaj
The yeast splicing factor Mudl3p is a commitment complex component and corresponds to
CBP20, the small subunit of the nuclear cap-binding complex
Hildur V. Colot, Fran^oise Stutz, and Michael Rosbash
Cover Essential developmental roles for BMP and RB proteins. (Top right) Section of testis from BmpSb homozygous mutant 2-week-old mouse showing a reduction in the proliferation of germ cells and their delayed differentiation. (For details, see Zhao et al., p. 1657.) (Bottom left) Skeletal preparation oi plOJ^'^^plSO''' 16.0 d.p.c. mouse embryo stained with alcian blue and ahzarin red showing complete lack of ossification of the humerus (h). (For details, see Cobrinik et al, p 1633.)

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