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Conversion of Bcl-2 from protector to killer by interaction with nuclear orphan receptor Nur77/TR3

The Bcl-2 family proteins are key regulators of apoptosis in human diseases and cancers. Though known to block apoptosis, Bcl-2 promotes cell death through an undefined mechanism. Here, we show that Bcl-2 interacts with orphan nuclear receptor Nur77...
Authors: Lin B, Kolluri SK, Lin F, Liu W, Han YH, Cao X, Dawson MI, Reed JC and Zhang XK

Mitogen- and stress-activated protein kinase 1 mediates cAMP response element-binding protein phosphorylation and activation by neurotrophins.

Activation of the transcription factor cAMP response element-binding protein (CREB) by neurotrophins is believed to regulate the survival, differentiation, and maturation of neurons in the CNS and PNS. Although phosphorylation of Ser133 is critical...
Authors: Arthur JS, Fong AL, Dwyer JM, Davare M, Reese E, Obrietan K and Impey S

Mycobacterium tuberculosis reprograms waves of phosphatidylinositol 3-phosphate on phagosomal organelles

The potent human pathogen Mycobacterium tuberculosis persists in macrophages within a specialized, immature phagosome by interfering with the pathway of phagolysosome biogenesis. The molecular mechanisms underlying this process remain to be fully...
Authors: Chua J and Deretic V

Axonal growth is sensitive to the levels of katanin, a protein that severs microtubules

Katanin is a heterodimeric enzyme that severs microtubules from the centrosome so that they can move into the axon. Katanin is broadly distributed in the neuron, and therefore presumably also severs microtubules elsewhere. Such severing would...
Authors: Karabay A, Yu W, Solowska JM, Baird DH and Baas PW

A NUDEL-dependent mechanism of neurofilament assembly regulates the integrity of CNS neurons

The cytoskeleton controls the architecture and survival of central nervous system (CNS) neurons by maintaining the stability of axons and dendrites. Although neurofilaments (NFs) constitute the main cytoskeletal network in these structures, the...
Authors: Nguyen MD, Shu T, Sanada K, Lariviere RC, Tseng HC, Park SK, Julien JP and Tsai LH

Defects in Cell Adhesion and the Visceral Endoderm following Ablation of Nonmuscle Myosin Heavy Chain II-A in Mice

Here we show that mice ablated for NMHC II-A fail to develop a normal patterned embryo with a polarized visceral endoderm by E6.5 and die by E7.5. Moreover, A(-)/A(-) embryoid bodies grown in suspension culture constantly shed cells. These defects in...
Authors: Conti MA, Even-Ram S, Liu C, Yamada KM and Adelstein RS

Rab27b is Up-Regulated in Human Griscelli Syndrome Type II Melanocytes and Linked to the Actin Cytoskeleton via Exon F-Myosin Va Transcripts

Patients with the autosomal recessive Griscelli-Prunieras syndrome type II are immunologically impaired and have an unusual silvery-grey hypopigmented colour of scalp hair, eyelashes and eyebrows but no noteworthy pigmentary abnormalities of the...
Authors: Westbroek W, Lambert J, Schepper SD, Kleta R, Bossche KV, Seabra MC, Huizing M, Mommaas M and...

Mammalian Fat1 cadherin regulates actin dynamics and cell-cell contact

Fat cadherins form a distinct subfamily of the cadherin gene superfamily, and are featured by their unusually large extracellular domain. In this work, we investigated the function of a mammalian Fat cadherin. Fat1 was localized at filopodial tips,...
Authors: Tanoue T and Takeichi M

A Bcr/Abl-independent, Lyn-dependent form of imatinib mesylate (STI-571) resistance is associated with altered expression of Bcl-2

The relationship between the Src kinase Lyn and Bcl-2 expression was examined in chronic myelogenous leukemia cells (K562 and LAMA84) displaying a Bcr/Abl-independent form of imatinib mesylate resistance. K562-R and LAMA-R cells that were markedly...
Authors: Dai Y, Rahmani M, Corey SJ, Dent P and Grant S

RhoB controls Akt trafficking and stage-specific survival of endothelial cells during vascular development

Blood vessel formation is a complex morphological process that is only beginning to be understood at the molecular level. In this study, we demonstrate a novel and critical role for the small GTPase, RhoB, in vascular development. RhoB null mice have...
Authors: Adini I, Rabinovitz I, Sun JF, Prendergast GC and Benjamin LE
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