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Programmed cell death

Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; 2003
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Title: Programmed cell death
Database Name: ProceedingsFirst
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Contents: CN050626408 Korsmeyer, S. J. Danial, N. N. Cheng, E. H.-Y. Oakes, S. A. Opferman, J. T. Bassik, M. C. Zinkel, S. S. Letai, A. Scorrano, L. Integrating apoptotic control points and organelle physiology p. 1; CN050626414 Tsujimoto, Y. Shimizu, S. Regulation of cell death by Bcl-2 family of proteins p. 2; CN050626426 Wilson-Annan, J. O Reilly, L. A. Crawford, S. A. Hausmann, G. Beaumont, J. G. Parma, L. P. Lackmann, M. Hinds, M. G. Day, C. L. Adams, J. M. Pro-apoptotic BH3-only proteins induce the membrane insertion of Bcl-w and neutralize its pro-survival function p. 3; CN050626438 Chen, R. Zhong, F. McColl, K. S. Roderick, H. L. Bootman, M. D. Distelhorst, C. W. Bcl-2 interacts with inositol 1,4,5-triphosphate (IP3) receptors and inhibits IP3-mediated calcium release from the endoplasmic reticulum p. 4; CN050626440 Oancea, M. Crosby, M. E. Chen, Q. Hissong, J. Almasan, A. Activation of BH3 domain Bcl-2 family proteins by genotoxic stress in hematopoietic cells p. 5; CN050626452 Banker, D. E. Hockenbery, D. M. In vivo anti-tumor activity of a novel antimycin inhibitor of Bcl-xL anti-apoptotic protein p. 6; CN050626464 Moshynska, O. Saxena, A. Adverse prognostic effect of a sort nucleotide sequence insertion in MCL-1 gene promoter in chronic lymphocytic leukemia p. 7; CN050626475 Lazebnik, Y. Alnemri, E. Role of the serine protease Omi/HtrA2 in death and survival p. 8; CN050626487 Chai, J. Yan, N. Huh, J. R. Wu, J.-W. Li, W. Hay, B. A. Shi, Y. Structural and biochemical mechanisms of Drosophila caspase inhibition by DIAP1 and removal of inhibition by the RHG proteins p. 9; CN050626490 Lenardo, M. Coordinated regulation by molecules involved in cellular activation and programmed cell death p. 10; CN050626502 Cui, H. Wang, Y. Schroering, A. Fisher, D. E. Ding, H.-F. NF-kappaB2 p100 regulation of death receptor-mediated apoptosis p. 11; CN050626517 Albeck, J. Gaudet, S. Schoeberl, B. Janes, K. Lauffenburger, D. A. Sorger, P. K. The TNFalpha-induced apoptotic decision process-A combined experimental and computational approach p. 12; CN050626520 Ditzel, M. Wilson, R. Tenev, T. Zacharioui, A. Paul, A. Deas, E. Meier, P. N-end rule-mediated regulation of apoptosis p. 13; CN050626532 Abo, T. L. T. Sandholm, J. Mankonen, H. Lilly, M. Koskinen, P. J. Pim kinases enhance cell survival via phosphorylation-induced inactivation of Bad p. 14; CN050626543 Alcivar, A. Hu, S. Yang, X. Bcl-10 is regulated by phosphorylation and leads to changes in activation of NFkappaB p. 15; CN050626554 Andersen, M. S. Fossar-Larsen, I. Jaattela, M. A novel sigma~2-receptor ligand as an inducer of caspase-independent death of cancer cells in vitro and in vivo p. 16; CN050626567 Anderson, T. Wojcik, K. Piotrowski, R. Li, C.-Q. Shao, Z.-H. Hamann, K. J. Van den Hoek, T. L. Mitochondrial complex III Q-cycle converts NADH/NADPH into cardiomyocyte reperfusion injury p. 17; CN050626578 Bandaa, N. Programmed necrosis in leukemia cells p. 18; CN050626580 Barsoum, M. J. Yuan, H. Lee, W. D. Perkins, G. A. Yaffe, M. P. Youle, R. J. Ellisman, M. H. Lipton, S. A. Bossy-Wetzel, E. Mitochondrial fission in neuronal cell death p. 19; CN050626592 Bauer, D. E. Plas, D. R. Karnauskas, R. Zhuang, H. Cinalli, R. M. Alavi, A. Rudin, C. M. Thompson, C. B. Akt renders cancer cells dependent on aerobic glycolysis for survival p. 20; CN050626603 Bauer, J. A. Los, G. Trask, D. K. Wang, S. Bradford, C. R. Carey, T. E. Overcoming cisplatin resistance in head and neck cancer cell lines using a novel specific inhibitor of Bcl-xL p. 21; CN050626610 Baum, J. S. Peterson, J. S. McCall, K. The Drosophila caspase Dcp-1 is required for germline apoptosis during mid-oogenesis p. 22; CN050626622 Becker, E. B. E. Bonni, A. Phosphorylation of BH3-only proteins directly links apoptotic signaling pathways to the cell death machinery in neurons p. 23; CN050626633 Bergeron, S. Beauchemin, M. Bertrand, R. DNA topoisomerase I and II inhibitors induce aggregation and high molecular weight complex formation of cell death receptor-3 (DR3) and -4 (DR4) but apoptosis occurs independently of the SODD- and FADD- associated pathways in human HL60 cells p. 24; CN050626645 Bianchi, S. M. Prince, L. R. Dockrell, D. H. Taylor, G. W. Whyte, M. K. B. A P. aeruginosa exotoxin, pyocyanin, impairs phagocytosis and clearance of apoptotic cells p. 25; CN050626657 Bivik, C. Andersson, E. Rosdahl, I. Melanocytes are protected by keratinocytes from UVB induced apoptosis in vitro p. 26; CN050626660 Bric, A. Narita, M. Mak, T. Lowe, S. W. p53 modulates TRAIL sensitivity in oncogene expressing cells and lymphoma p. 27; CN050626672 Cadigan, K. M. Lin, H. V. Rogulja, A. Guan, J. Wingless signaling regulates apoptosis in the Drosophila eye and wing p. 28; CN050626683 Cao, Q. Crispe, I. N. David, H. A novel E2F1 function in T cell death induced by death receptor through pre-apoptotic molecules p. 29; CN050626694 Carrington, P. E. Hill, J. M. Werner, M. H. Determination of the solution structure of FADD p. 30; CN050626706 Castro-Obregon, S. Rabizadeh, S. Chen, S. Bredesen, D. E. Alternative, non-apoptotic programmed cell death, mediated by an arrestin 2-activated MAPK pathway p. 31; CN050626713 Cepero, E. King, A. M. Boise, L. H. Caspase-9 and effector caspases have sequential and distinct effects on mitochondria p. 32; CN050626724 Cerio, R. J. Manji, G. A. Friesen, P. D. Sf-IAP, an insect cellular IAP, forms homo-oligomeric complexes necessary for anti-apoptotic activity and for dominant inhibition by Sf-IAP mutations that lack the ring domain p. 33; CN050626736 Chan, S.-L. Lee, M. C. Tan, K. O. Yang, L.-K. Lee, A. S. Y. Flotow, H. Fu, N. Y. Buss, A. D. Yu, V. C. Chelerythrine acts as a BH3 mimetic in promoting apoptosis in mammalian cells p. 34; CN050626748 Chandra, D. Deng, X. A. Tang, D. G. Role of mitochondrially-localized caspase-8 in etoposide-induced breast cancer cell apoptosis p. 35; CN050626750 Chang, J.-w. Jo, D.-g. Kim, H.-j. Jung, Y.-k. Characterization of CABP interacting with calsenilin, multifunctional calcium-binding protein p. 36; CN050626763 Chau, B. N. Chen, T. T. Wan, Y. Y. DeGregori, J. Wang, J. Y. J. Differential requirement of p53 and p73 in TNF-alpha-induced apoptosis p. 37; CN050626773 Chen, D. Zhou, Q. A Bim~E~L-mediated positive feedback amplification of apoptotic signals p. 38; CN050626785 Chen, P. Kauppila, S. Maaty, W. Chaudhary, P. M. Abrams, J. M. Eiger and its receptor, Wengen, comprise a TNF-like system in Drosophila p. 39; CN050626797 Cheng, W. Fannjiang, Y. Lee, S. J. Hardwick, J. M. Regulation of programmed cell death in yeast by mitochondrial fission proteins p. 40; CN050626800 Chiang, C.-W. Kanies, C. Kim, K. W. Fang, W. B. Parkhurst, C. Xie, M. Henry, T. Yang, E. Protein phosphatase 2A dephosphorylation of phospho-serine 112 plays the gatekeeper role for BAD-mediated apoptosis p. 41; CN050626815 Cho, D.-H. Hong, Y.-M. Woo, H.-N. Lee, H.-J. Jung, Y.-K. Induced inhibition of muscle-ischemic injury by APIP, a novel Apaf-1 interacting protein p. 42; CN050626827 Choi, W.-S. Lee, E.-H. Oh, Y. J. Calbindin-D28K prevents both apoptosis and necrosis by inhibiting caspase activation and calcium increase in drug-induced dopaminergic neuronal cell death p. 43; CN050626830 Chua, B. T. Li, P. Identification of proteins translocating to mitochondria in the early phase of apoptosis p. 44; CN050626842 Clemons, N. J. Anderson, R. L. Hsp72 modulates sensitivity to TRAIL-induced apoptosis by regulating death receptor transcription p. 45; CN050626853 Colon-Ramos, D. Inhibition of translation and induction of apoptosis by Bunyaviral non-structural proteins bearing sequence similarity to Reaper p. 46; CN050626865 Constantinou, C. Jeffrey, I. Clemens, M. J. p53-induced regulation of the inhibitor of polypeptide chain initiation, 4E-BP1, in murine erythroleukemia cells p. 47; CN050626876 Danial, N. N. Gramm, C. F. Scorrano, L. Zhang, C.-Y. Krauss, S. Ranger, A. M. Datta, S. R. Greenberg, M. E. Gygi, S. P. Korsmeyer, S. J. BAD integrates glycolysis and apoptosis through a mitochondrial macromolecular complex with glucokinase p. 48; CN050626888 Davidson, F. F. DiPietrantonio, A. M. Sharrow, M. Molecular mechanisms of cell death in terminally differentiated neurons of Drosophila p. 49; CN050626890 de Bruin, E. C. Meersma, D. de Wilde, J. den Otter, I. Schipper, E. M. Medema, J. P. Peltenburg, L. T. C. A serine protease is involved in the initiation of DNA damage-induced apoptosis p. 50; CN050626902 de Stanchina, E. Querido, E. Narita, M. Ferbeyre, G. Lowe, S. W. PML is a p53 target that potentiates p53-mediated senescence and apoptosis p. 51; CN050626918 De Vries, T. A. Kalkofen, R. B. Reyland, M. E. Stat1 is a nuclear target of PKCdelta in apoptotic cells p. 52; CN050626920 Degenhardt, K. Nelson, D. Beaudoin, B. Chen, G. White, E. Akt activation inhibits BAX and BAK mediated, p53-independent suppression of tumorigenesis p. 53; CN050626932 Deng, Y. Ren, X. Yang, L. Lin, Y. Wu, X. Requirement of JNK-mediated Bid cleavage and preferential release of Smac/DIABLO in TNFalpha-induced apoptosis p. 54; CN050626943 Dockrell, D. H. Marriott, H. M. Hellewell, P. G. Whyte, M. K. B. Apoptosis induction in macrophages increases killing of pneumococci p. 55; CN050626955 Dorhman, A. Ceunin, S. Tschopp, J. Budd, R. C. Complementary roles of c-FLIP-Long and c-FLIP-Short in caspase-dependent T cell activation p. 56; CN050626968 Derxler, H. C. A. Heinz, S. Euler, M. Inhibition of histone deacetylase activity sensitizes K562 CML cells to apoptosis induction by proteasome inhibitors p. 57; CN050626970 Dunaevsky, Y. E. Kolomiitseva, G. Y. Smirnova, T. A. Vanyushin, B. F. Aleksandrushkina, N. I. Belozersky, M. A. Hydrolysis of histone H1 by proteases of apoptotic cells of coleoptiles of wheat seedlings p. 58; CN050626982 Duringer, C. Hamiche, A. Gustafsson, L. Kimura, H. Svanborg, C. HAMLET interacts with histones and chromatin in tumor cell nuclei p. 59; CN050626993 Duval, H. Johnson, N. Li, J. Charnock-Jones, S. Harris, M. Smith, S. Print, C. Endothelial cell apoptosis is essential for life p. 60; CN050627004 Edwards, K. M. Munger, K. Depletion of physiological levels of the human TID1 protein renders cells resistant to apoptosis mediated by exogenous stimuli p. 61; CN050627017 Engelberg-Kulka, H. Sat, B. Hazan, R. A bacterial stress-induced programmed cell death system p. 62; CN050627020 Evangelista, L. Michelotti, J. M. Assessment of apoptosis and lead compound cytoxicity using the Applied Biosystems 8200 Cellular Detection System p. 63; CN050627032 Fehrenbacher, N. Hansen, M. G. Poulsen, B. Boes, M. Leist, M. Jaattela, M. TNF-induced death of murine embryonic fibroblasts becomes cathepsin B-dependent upon immortalization and transformation p. 64; CN050627042 Fernandez, Y. Steiner, P. Wang, S. McCurrach, M. E. Waywell, S. Mosher, R. Lowe, S. W. Soengas, M. S. Apoptotic responses of human melanoma cells to the proteasome inhibitor Bortezomib (Velcade™/PS-341)-New strategies to bypass melanoma chemoresistance in vitro and in vivo p. 65; CN050627054 Flores, E. R. Sengupta, S. Jacks, T. Investigating the mechanisms of p63 and p73 in apoptosis and the DNA damage response p. 66; CN050627067 Franchi, L. Condo, I. Tomassini, B. Nicolo, C. Testi, R. A caspase-like activity is triggered by LPS and is required for survival of human dendritic cells p. 67; CN050627078 Freer, M. Mei, Y. Weyman, C. M. Caspase 9 activity is required for skeletal myoblast differentiation-Possible role in differentiation rather than apoptosis for the release of cytochrome C p. 68; CN050627080 Gauny, S. S. Liu, W.-C. Wiese, C. Kronenberg, A. A novel function for BCL-2 family proteins in the regulation of mutagenesis in human cells-A DNA repair function independent of the ability to modulate apoptosis p. 69; CN050627092 Geneste, O. Terradillos, O. Bennett, R. Rain, J.-C. Collura, V. Hickman, J. A. Construction of a protein-protein interaction map of the Bcl-2 family using high-throughput yeast two-hybrid assay p. 70; CN050627103 Gil-Gomez, G. Granes, F. Brunet, M. Brady, H. J. M. Positioning Cdk2 activation in the apoptosis of quiescent cells p. 71; CN050627110 Gillissen, B. Essmann, F. Graupner, V. Starck, L. Radetzki, S. Dorken, B. Schulze-Osthoff, K. Daniel, P. T. Induction of cell death by the BH3-only Bcl-2 homolog Nbk/Bik is mediated by an entirely Bax-dependent pathway via the endoplasmic reticulum p. 72; CN050627122 Goldmacher, V. Bartle, L. Skaletskaya, A. Cell death suppressors of cytomegaloviruses p. 73; CN050627133 Gomez, A. Erhardt, P. Dual role of the MEK/ERK kinase cascade in cardiomyocyte survival p. 74; CN050627145 Goodkin, M. L. Morton, E. R. Ting, A. T. Blaho, J. A. NF-kappaB is required for apoptosis prevention during HSV infection p. 75; CN050627157 Goonewardena, H. Matthes, D. J. Transfection of human Sema3B and Sema3F increase the UV-mediated apoptosis in murine A9 cells while a combination of Sema 3B and 3F reduces apoptosis p. 76; CN050627160 Gozdz, A. Habas, A. Jaworski, J. Zielinska, M. Albrecht, J. Chlystun, M. Hetman, M. Role of NMDA receptor in anti-apoptotic activation of ERK1/2 by cisplatin p. 77; CN050627172 Guan, J. Rogulja, A. Cadigan, K. M. Regulation of apoptosis by Dco in Drosophila wing imaginal disc p. 78; CN050627182 Guicciardi, M. E. Bronk, S. F. Gores, G. J. Cathepsin B activates caspase-2 to promote hepatocyte apoptosis upon TNF-alpha treatment p. 79; CN050627194 Gunawardena, A. N. Greenwood, J. S. Dengler, N. G. Programmed cell death remodels leaf shape in lace plant, A. madagascariensis? p. 80; CN050627207 Gurumurthy, S. Elevated PKA selectively activates the apoptotic function of Par-4 in cancer cells p. 81; CN050627212 Hagg, M. Berndtsson, M. Erdal, H. Shoshan, M. Linder, S. A novel assay for drug screening and response monitoring-Identification of a novel mechanism of action of ellipticine p. 82; CN050627224 Hallgren, O. Kohler, C. Duringer, C. Hakansson, A. Selivanova, G. Orrenius, S. Svanborg, C. HAMLET-induced cell death is independent of the Bcl-2 family and p53 p. 83; CN050627237 Hammerman, P. Fox, C. Thompson, C. Pim-2, a transcriptionally regulated mediator of cell survival, mediates its anti-apoptotic effects through activation of the NF-kappaB pathway p. 84; CN050627248 Harfouche, R. Gratton, J.-P. Yancopoulos, G. D. Hussain, S. N. A. Angiopoietin-1 activates both anti- and pro-apoptotic mitogen-activated protein kinase p. 85; CN050627250 Harvey, J. J. W. Lincoln, J. E. Pan, Z. Zumstein, K. S. Martin, J. R. Gilchrist, D. G. A high-throughput screen for tomato inhibitors of apoptosis induced by fumonisin B1 p. 86; CN050627262 Hasenjaeger, A. Gillissen, B. Mueller, A. Schuler, M. Doerken, B. Daniel, P. T. SMAC induces cytochrome C-release and apoptosis irrespective of Bax deficiency or Bcl-x~L overexpression in a strictly caspase-3-dependent manner in human carcinoma cells p. 87; CN050627273 Hayashi, T. Correlation of apoptosis with autoimmune disease expression p. 88; CN050627285 Haynes, C. Cooper, A. Severe stress and programmed cell death induced by misfolded proteins in the endoplasmic reticulum p. 89; CN050627297 Hemann, M. Bric, A. Herbst, A. Cordon-Cardo, C. Tansey, B. Lowe, S. Tumor derived c-Myc mutants display apoptotic defects and are highly oncogenic in vivo p. 90; CN050627300 Henderson, C. Aleo, E. Paroni, G. Brancolini, C. Proteasome inhibition can induce caspase-2, caspase-3 and caspase-7 activation through mitochondria independently from caspase-9 p. 91; CN050627315 Hentze, H. Lin, X. Y. Choi, M. S. K. Porter, A. G. Cathepsin B-dependent necrosis, caspase-1 activation and interleukin-18 maturation triggered by the microbial toxin nigericin p. 92; CN050627327 Higuchi, Y. Mizukami, Y. Yoshimoto, T. Ultraviolet radiation induces giant DNA fragmentation leading to apoptosis with caspase-3 activation and without reactive oxygen species production in bladder carcinoma cells p. 93; CN050627330 Hitomi, J. Katayama, T. Eguchi, Y. Kudo, T. Imaizumi, K. Tsujimoto, Y. Tohyama, M. Involvement of caspase-4 in endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced apoptosis p. 94; CN050627342 Hong, J.-R. Lin, G.-H. Lin, C. J.-F. Wang, W.-p. Lee, C.-C. Lin, T.-L. Wu, J.-L. Apoptotic cell clearance by PS receptor recognition is essential for embryonic development in zebrafish p. 95; CN050627352 Hong, S. J. Dawson, T. M. Dawson, V. L. Identification of a novel neuroprotective gene p. 96; CN050627365 Hoshino, T. Tsutsumi, S. Mizushima, T. Prostaglandin E2 protects gastric mucosal cells from apoptosis through EP~2 and EP~4 receptors p. 97; CN050627377 Hoyer-Hasen, M. Mathiasen, I. S. Andrews, D. Leber, B. Bastholm, L. Elling, F. Campanella, M. Jaatela, M. The role of subcellular Bcl-2 localization in preventing hallmarks of apoptosis-like programmed cell death p. 98; CN050627388 Hristoskova, S. Holzgreve, W. Hahn, S. Erythroblast differentiation mimics apoptosis p. 99; CN050627390 Hu, S. Yang, X. Role of ubiquitin ligase activity of cIAPs in apoptosis and cancer p. 100; CN050627402 Hu, S. Yang, X. cIAP1 and 2 are ubiquitin ligase for apoptosis inducer Smac/DIABLO p. 101; CN050627418 Humphries, M. J. Matassa, A. A. Reyland, M. E. The contribution of tyrosine phosphorylation of PKCdelta to apoptosis-Mutagenic analysis of functionally important tyrosine residues p. 102; CN050627420 Imai, Y. Soda, M. Murakami, T. Shoji, M. Abe, K. Takahashi, R. A gene product adjacent to Parkin, which suppresses the cell death by Pael receptor, is a component of Lewy bodies p. 103; CN050627432 Irusta, P. M. Colon-Ramos, D. A. Kornbluth, S. Hardwick, J. M. The Bcl-xL binding protein Aven has pre- and post-cytochrome C release anti-apoptotic activities p. 104; CN050627443 Jagani, Z. K. Ghaffari, S. Kitidis, C. Lodish, H. F. Khosravi-Far, R. Evasion from TRAIL-induced apoptosis by BCR-ABL-A mechanism for tumorigenicity p. 105; CN050627455 Janumyan, Y. M. Greider, C. Chattopadhyay, A. Cheng, N. Soucie, E. L. Penn, L. Z. Andrews, D. Knudson, M. Yang, E. Bcl-x~L/Bcl-2 coordinately regulates apoptosis, cell cycle arrest and cell cycle entry p. 106; CN050627468 Jeon, H. K. Moon, C.-K. Lee, T. H. Proteome analysis of cadmium toxicity-associated proteins in U937 cells p. 107; CN050627470 Jin, H. S. Lee, T. H. Cell cycle-dependent regulation of cellular inhibitor of apoptosis protein 2 (cIAP2) expression p. 108; CN050627482 Johansson, A.-C. Kagedal, K. Johansson, U. Roberg, K. Heimlich, G. Wang, N. S. Jurgensmeier, J. M. Ollinger, K. Insertion of Bax into lysosomal membranes promotes release of lysosomal proteases during apoptosis p. 109; CN050627492 Johnson, M. E. Uhl, C. B. Apoptosis induced by the local anesthetic lidocaine at concentrations used in spinal anesthesia p. 110; CN050627504 Johnson, N. A. Sengupta, S. Saidi, S. A. Lessan, K. Charnock-Jones, S. D. Scott, L. Stephens, R. Freeman, T. C. Tom, B. D. M. Harris, M. Endothelial cells preparing to die by apoptosis initiate a program of transcriptome and glycome regulation p. 111; CN050627512 Joshi-Tope, G. Vastrik, I. D Eustachio, P. Matthews, L. Tello-Ruiz, M. Schmidt, E. Lewis, S. Birney, E. Stein, L. D. Annotating programmed cell death in H. sapiens for Genome Knowledgebase p. 112; CN050627522 Kang, W.-K. Lee, I. Ko, W.-K. Park, C. RhoA signaling confers resistance to a drug-induced apoptosis in prostate cancer cells p. 113; CN050627534 Kao, C. Y. Chou, Y. T. Hsu, G. H. Chen, Y. S. Wei, J. S. Oxidative damages in digoxin-treated human cells p. 114; CN050627547 Kim, E. H. Kim, S. U. Shin, D. Y. Choi, K. S. Roscovitine sensitizes glioma cells to TRAIL-mediated apoptosis by downregulation of survivn and XIAP p. 115; CN050627558 Kimura, A. Nakagawa, R. Fujimoto, M. Abe, T. Xinshou, O. Watanabe, D. Nishimoto, N. Naka, T. Kishimoto, T. SOCS-1 inhibits TNF-alpha-induced apoptosis through the regulation of Jak p. 116; CN050627562 Knoblach, S. M. Alroy, D. Di, X. Nikoleava, M. Cernak, I. Stoica, B. A. Faden, A. I. Acute of delayed treatment with z-DEVD-fmk improves outcome after traumatic brain injury in the mouse-Evidence for inhibition of calpains and caspase 3, and attenuation of necrotic cell death p. 117; CN050627572 Konishi, A. Shimizu, S. Tsujimoto, Y. Identification of X-ray-induced cytochrome c-releasing factor p. 118; CN050627583 Krieser, R. J. Moore, F. E. Franc, N. Marion, C. White, K. A screen for genes involved in the phagocytosis of apoptotic cells in Drosophila p. 119; CN050627595 Kuan, C.-Y. Schloemer, A. Lu, A. Weng, W.-L. Flavell, R. Davis, R. Sharp, F. Rakic, P. Apoptotic neurons re-enter S-phase without completing the cell cycle following cerebral ischemia-hypoxia p. 120; CN050627607 Kuranaga, E. Kanuka, H. Miura, M. A cell death regulatory kinase is involved in the IAP degradation pathway in Drosophila p. 121; CN050627613 Lai, E. Y. Fulton, C. Thiamin depletion-induced apoptosis is a BAK- and BAX-independent "inside job" p. 122; CN050627625 Larsson, L.-I. Schauser, K. Programmed cell death in the small intestinal epithelium-Differential expression and activation of caspase-3 p. 123; CN050627637 Larsson, P. Ollinger, K. Rosdahl, I. alpha-tocopherol reduces proliferation rate and protects against UV induced oxidative alterations and apoptosis in human melanocytes and keratinocytes in vitro p. 124; CN050627640 Letai, A. Sorcinelli, M. Korsmeyer, S. Essential role for BCL-2 in tumor maintenance p. 125; CN050627652 Li, C. Bauer, D. E. Lindsten, T. Thompson, C. B. Bak and Bax regulate apoptosis induced by growth factor withdrawal p. 126; CN050627663 Li, X.-D. Kukkonen, S. Lankinen, H. Vaheri, A. Tula hantavirus induces ER-stress and caspase-dependent apoptosis of Vero E6 cells p. 127; CN050627674 Limesand, K. H. Barzen, K. A. Sanders, L. A. Quissell, D. O. Anderson, S. M. Suppression of apoptosis in salivary acinar cells isolated from transgenic mice expressing constitutively activated Akt p. 128; CN050627687 Lin, L. Ye, Y. Zakeri, Z. Regulation of cyclin-dependent kinase 5 and cell death p. 129; CN050627698 Lindenboim, L. Borner, C. Stein, R. The mechanism of Bcl-x~S-induced apoptosis p. 130; CN050627700 Liu, D. X. Nath, N. Chellappan, S. P. Greene, L. A. Regulation of neuronal survival and apoptosis by the E2F-p130/HDAC1/Suv39H1 repressor complex p. 131; CN050627717 Hengartner, M. Caraveo, A. Chapo, J. Chen, P. Christich, A. Sogame, N. Chew, S. Akdemir, F. Abrams, J. M. Dying like flies-Programmed and unprogrammed cell death in Drosophila p. 132; CN050627728 Xu, P. Guo, M. Hay, B. A. Identification of characterization of micro RNA cell death inhibitors p. 133; CN050627730 Golstein, P. Programmed cell death in dictyostelium p. 134; CN050627742 Arama, E. Kissel, H. Steller, H. Fertile death-Role and regulation of apoptosis-like mechanisms during sperm cell differentiation p. 135; CN050627753 Arnaud, E. Thibaut, J. Haftek, Z. Le Guellec, D. Gillet, G. The role of Nrz, the zebrafish homolog of Nr-13, in the developing embryo p. 136; CN050627767 McCall, K. Barkett, M. Baum, J. Laundrie, B. Peterson, J. Saxby, B. P. Stagespecific cell death pathways in Drosophila oogenesis p. 137; CN050627777 Ryoo, H. D. Gorenc, T. Gonen, H. Ciechanover, A. Steller, H. The role of Drosophila IAP1 ubiquitin-ligase activity in cell death and differentiation p. 138; CN050627780 Wang, X. Tschopp, J. Cheng, E.-H. Y. Sheiko, T. V. Fisher, J. K. Craigen, W. J. Korsmeyer, S. J. VDAC2 inhibits BAK activation and mitochondrial apoptosis p. 139; CN050627792 Xu, Z. Wang, W. Sproul, A. Greene, L. A. Siah1A acts in a complex with POSH and MLKs to mediate JNK activation and apoptosis p. 140; CN050627802 Plas, D. R. Thompson, C. B. Akt induces proteaseome-dependent degradation of FOXO proteins and the tumor suppressor TSC2 p. 141; CN050627810 Cartron, P.-F. Juin, P. Oliver, L. Meflah, K. Armstrong, L. C. Bornstein, P. Mihara, K. Vallette, F. M. Identification of the mitochondrial receptor of Bax as TOM 22, a core component of the outer membrane protein translocation pore p. 142; CN050627822 Sandra, F. Esposti, M. D. Khosravi-Far, R. PC-PLC potentiates the mitochondrial arm of death receptor mediated apoptosis by altering mitochondrial lipids p. 143; CN050627832 Grinberg, M. Zaltsman, Y. Schwarz, M. Gross, A. p15 tBID cross-links to a novel membrane protein in mitochondria p. 144; CN050627844 Hardwick, J. M. Bcl-2 proteins regulate neuron cell death and neuron excitability p. 145; CN050627857 Nicotera, P. Molecular switches in neuronal death p. 146; CN050627860 Potts, P. R. Singh, S. Thompson, C. B. Deshmukh, M. XIAP is an essential regulator of caspase activation during sympathetic neuronal apoptosis p. 147; CN050627870 Liu, Q. A. Tomoda, T. Hatten, M. E. Heintz, N. A Bcl-2 family member, Bcl-w plays an important role in synapse formation in mouse cerebellum p. 148; CN050627882 Wang, L. H. Johnson, E. M. MLK inhibitor-treated sympathetic neurons activate the Trk receptor and the phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase pathway to maintain trophism and survival p. 149; CN050627893 Song, S. Kim, S.-Y. Hong, Y.-M. Lee, J.-Y. Shim, S. M. Jo, D.-G. Chung, C.-W. Yoo, Y. J. Koh, J.-Y. Lee, M. C. Essential role of E2-25K/Hip-2 in the neurotoxicity of amyloid-beta and UBB+1 in Alzheimer's disease p. 150; CN050627905 Gilley, J. Coffer, P. J. Ham, J. FOXO transcription factors directly activate the BIM promoter and are required for apoptosis in neurons p. 151; CN050627912 Nagata, S. DNA degradation and its failure p. 152; CN050627923 Krieser, R. Moore, F. Huang, A. Franc, N. Marion, C. White, K. Drosophila as a model system to investigate macrophage recognition of apoptotic cells p. 153; CN050627935 Martin, D. Berry, D. L. Cranford, J. Kobayashi, M. Baehrecke, E. H. Genetic regulation of autophagic programmed cell death during Drosophila development p. 154; CN050627947 Driscoll, M. Another way to die-Molecular genetic dissection of necrotic cell death mechanisms in C. elegans p. 155; CN050627950 Bossy-Wetzel, E. Talantova, M. V. Lee, W. D. Scholzke, M. N. Harrop, A. Mathews, E. Gotz, T. Han, J. Ellisman, M. H. Perkins, G. A. Convergence of nitric oxide and zinc pathways to neuronal cell death p. 156; CN050627962 Clarke, M. Savill, J. Brown, S. Compartmentalized cell death in megakaryocytes generates functional platelets committed to a caspase-independent death p. 157; CN050627972 Goga, A. Morgan, D. O. Bishop, J. M. CDK inhibition cooperates with selective oncogenic signaling pathways to induce apoptosis p. 158; CN050627984 Olson, M. Colon-Ramos, D. Gan, E. Kornbluth, S. Regulation of apoptosis by Reaper p. 159; CN050627997 Chipuk, J. Kuwana, T. Bouchier-Hayes, L. Newmeyer, D. Schuler, M. Green, D. R. p53 directly activates Bax p. 160; CN050628008 Biswas, S. C. Liu, D. Greene, L. A. Induction of Bim by C-Myb links the cell cycle pathway to intrinsic cell death machinery p. 161; CN050628012 Burstein, E. Ganesh, L. Dick, R. D. van de Sluis, B. Wilkinson, J. C. Lewis, J. Klomp, L. W. J. Wijmenga, C. Brewer, G. J. Nabel, G. J. XIAP interacts with MURR1, a multifunctional protein involved in both NF-kappaB regulation and copper homeostasis p. 162; CN050628022 Jin, Y. Blue, E. K. Dixon, S. A. Jefcoat, A. Bidwell, P. Gallagher, P. J. Death associated protein kinase-Killer or keeper-Another "complex" story p. 163; CN050628034 Kanda, H. Takahashi, J. Igaki, T. Aonuma, H. Matsuda, N. Kuranaga, E. Miura, M. Identification and characterization of downstream molecules of Eiger, a Drosophila TNF superfamily protein p. 164; CN050628046 Chan, G. Yuan, R. Zhou, L. Companion of reaper (corp), a novel GH3-only gene required for cell death regulation in Drosophila p. 165; CN050628058 Rathmell, J. C. Cinalli, R. M. Thompson, C. B. Access to growth factors provides trophic suppport to prevent Bax activation and regulate cell function p. 166; CN050628062 Liu, G. Xia, T. Chen, X. DeltaNp73beta is active in transactivation and growth suppression p. 167; CN050628072 Liu, J. Dai, Q. Freeman, A. Chen, J. Grossmann, D. Lee, R. M. Targeting phospholipid scramblase 3 perturbs mitochondrial morphology and functions p. 168; CN050628083 Liu, J. Weiss, A. Durrant, D. Chen, J. Lee, R. M. The cardiolipin-binding domain of Bid suppresses respiration and is critical to tBid-induced cytochrome C release p. 169; CN050628095 Liu, J.-W. Chandra, D. Tang, D. G. Transcriptional regulation of BH3-only protein Bim by ROS during mitochondrial activation-dependent apoptosis p. 170; CN050628107 Llambi, F. Mehlen, P. The death signaling of the dependence receptor Unc5H2 p. 171; CN050628113 Lobov, I. Kurup, S. Vallance, J. Patel, M. Glass, D. Karsenty, G. Lang, R. Macrophages use Wnt ligands and angiopoeitin 2 to kill endothelial cells during programmed vascular regression p. 172; CN050628125 Lorz, C. Beesley, J. Edwards, D. Mehmet, H. Changes in the Fas signaling machinery during development of the oligodendrocyte lineage p. 173; CN050628137 Lum, J. J. Kong, M. Lindsten, T. Thompson, C. B. Characterization of autophagy in mammalian cells p. 174; CN050628140 Ly, J. D. Ralph, S. J. Lawen, A. STAT1 confers cell survival by up-regulation of the Bcl-2 gene p. 175; CN050628152 Maag, R. S. Machamer, C. E. Caspase resistant golgin-160 impairs apoptosis in response to secretory pathway stress and ligation of death receptors p. 176; CN050628163 Manion, M. K. O Neill, J. W. Giedt, C. D. Hockenbery, D. M. Biophysical characterization of oligomeric states of BCL-X~L p. 177; CN050628174 Marchini, A. Caldeira, S. Blaschke, R. J. Marttila, T. Malanchi, I. Hacker, B. Rao, E. Karperien, M. Wit, J. M. Tommasino, M. The short stature homeodomain protein SHOX induces cellular growth arrest and apoptosis and is expressed in human growth plate chondrocytes p. 178; CN050628186 Martens, G. Kefas, B. Stange, G. Van de Casteele, M. Pipeleers, D. Biguanides can cause death of insulin-producing beta cells through inhibition of oxidative phosphorylation p. 179; CN050628198 Martin de la Vega, C. Wang, S. Yang, D. Soengas, M. S. Ann Arbor MAPK and mitochondrial apoptotic pathways as drug targets in melanoma p. 180; CN050628202 Matassov, D. Penaloza, C. Smith, M. Zakeri, Z. Analysis of influenza A virus induced cell death p. 181; CN050628216 Matza-Porges, S. Tavor, E. Panet, A. Honigman, A. Intracellular expression of a functional short peptide confers resistance to apoptosis p. 182; CN050628228 Mazar, J. Shpilberg, O. Nathan, I. Three different chymotrypsin-like proteases are involved in regulating apoptosis of U937 cells p. 183; CN050628232 Mazumder, S. Dupree, E. Almasan, A. The interaction of a caspse-mediated cyclin E proteolytic fragment with Ku70 enhances apoptosis by inhibiting DNA repair p. 184; CN050628242 Meinander, A. Tran, S. E. F. Sistonen, L. Eriksson, J. E. Heat stress down-regulates FLIP and sensitizes cells to Fas receptor-mediated apoptosis p. 185; CN050628253 Mihara, M. Erster, S. Kim, R. H. Moll, U. Mitochondrial p53 translocation occurs as part of the physiological apoptotic response in the mouse p. 186; CN050628266 Moore, F. Wade, W. Cramer, S. Thorburn, A. FADD-DD induces a p53-independent apoptosis in mice p. 187; CN050628277 Mukamel, Z. Kimchi, A. DAP3 is localized to the mitochondria and is involved in the process of mitochondrial fission during cell death p. 188; CN050628280 Muller, A. Belka, C. Schulze-Osthoff, K. Daniel, P. T. Adenine deoxynucleosides, such as cladribine and fludarabine, induce apoptotis by activation of the mitochondrial pathway p. 189; CN050628292 Murphy, M. E. Dumont, P. Leu, J. I.-J. Li, X. Pietra, A. D. Hafey, M. George, D. L. Polymorphic variants in p53 that affect its ability to induce programmed cell death p. 190; CN050628302 Nakagawa, T. Yuan, J. Regulatory mechanisms of ER stress induced caspases activation p. 191; CN050628310 Nakanishi, K. Shibata, T. Morishima, N. Activation of caspase-12 in myoblasts during differentiation p. 192; CN050628322 Nehyba, J. Hrdlickova, R. Bose, H. R. The role of telomerase in V-Rel and IRF-4 transformed cells p. 193; CN050628332 Nelson, D. A. Tan, T.-t. Degenhardt, K. White, E. H-Ras causes resistance to apoptosis and promotes tumorigenesis in transformed baby mouse kidney cells p. 194; CN050628344 Nelson, D. A. Degenhardt, K. Rabson, A. B. Tan, T.-T. White, E. E1B 19K and Bcl-2 antagonize BAX and BAK to promote tumorigenesis p. 195; CN050628356 Neumann, A. Mangat, B. Turka, L. Haase, V. A novel regulation of thymocyte apoptosis by the Von Hippel-Lindau protein p. 196; CN050628360 Nguyen, M. L. Blaho, J. A. Evidence for a facilitator of apoptosis progression in HSV-1-infected non-transformed cells p. 197; CN050628372 Nilsson, C. Kagedal, K. Johansson, U. Ollinger, K. Release of lysosomal content and acidification of the cytosol precedes TNF-alpha induced apoptosis in U937 cells p. 198; CN050628382 Oancea, M. Hissong, J. Crosby, M. E. Almasan, A. Caspase-6 activation following genotoxic stress in hematopoietic cells p. 199; CN050628393 O Flaherty, J. Mei, Y. Freer, M. Weyman, C. M. A role for TRAIL in the apoptosis associated with skeletal myoblast differentiation p. 200; CN050628405 Ogg, P. D. Ryckman, B. J. Knudson, C. M. Roller, R. J. The HSV-1 Us3 protein kinase is sufficient to block apoptosis induced by overexpression of a variety of Bcl-2 family members p. 201; CN050628412 Oliver, P. M. Wang, W. Kappler, J. Marrack, P. Bim, a BH3-only Bcl-2 family member, selectively affects peripheral populations but not negative selection of B cells p. 202; CN050628423 O Neill, J. W. Manion, M. K. Giedt, C. D. Hockenbery, D. M. Crystal structure of a Bcl-X~L homodimer p. 203; CN050628435 Panaretakis, T. Laane, E. Pokrovskaja, K. Shoshan, M. C. Grander, D. Interferon-alpha-induced apoptosis is associated with a protease dependent activation of the pro-apoptotic Bcl-2 family members Bak and Bax p. 204; CN050628447 Paquet, C. Schmitt, E. Beauchemin, M. Bertrand, R. Mitochondrial translocation and hetero-oligomerization of multiple Bcl-2 family pro-apoptotic proteins after DNA damage induced in p53 defective human B lymphoma Namalwa cells p. 205; CN050628450 Park, M.-Y. Kim, E. Inhibition of NF-kappaB activity by Fas associated factor 1 p. 206; CN050628462 Park, S. H. Yang, J. Y. Park, Y. J. Oh, Y. J. Translocation of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase is involved in experimental models of Parkinson's disease p. 207; CN050628472 Park, S. M. Lee, T. H. Cellular inhibitor of apoptosis proteins, cIAP1 and cIAP2 ubiquitinate receptor interacting protein (RIP) p. 208; CN050628484 Paroni, G. Mizzau, M. Henderson, C. Brancolini, C. Caspase-2 and caspase-3 dependent regulation of HDAC4 nuclear shuttling during apoptosis p. 209; CN050628496 Petrenko, O. Zaika, A. Moll, U. M. DeltaNp73 facilitates cell immortalization and cooperates with oncogenic Ras in cellular transformation in vivo p. 210; CN050628508 Phillips, D. C. Szucs, K. S. Houghton, J. A. TRAIL-induced apoptosis is mediated by sphingosine and is initially independent of caspase-8 and the mitochondria-A pharmacological approach p. 211; CN050628514 Polster, B. M. Fannjiang, Y. Hardwick, J. M. Calpain-dependent activation of Bak during Sindbis virus-induced apoptosis p. 212; CN050628526 Poukkula, M. Hietakangas, V. Tran, S. Meinander, A. Sistonen, L. Eriksson, J. E. Transcription-independent regulation of death receptor responses by targeted destruction of FLIP p. 213; CN050628538 Poukkula, M. Hietakangas, V. Kaunisto, A. Sistonen, L. Eriksson, J. E. Regulation of TRAIL-mediated apoptosis in differentiating K562 leukemia cells- Involvement of ubiquitin-mediated degradation of c-FLIP p. 214; CN050628542 Procyk, K. J. Leitges, M. Downward, J. Parker, P. J. PKCalpha operates in a survival pathway protecting against diverse death signals p. 215; CN050628552 Py, B. Mrugala, D. Petit, P. X. Biard-Piechaczyk, M. Benichou, S. Siva-A new intracellular ligand of the CDC4 receptor modulating T lymphocyte apoptosis via a caspase-dependent mitochondrial pathway p. 216; CN050628564 Renshaw, S. A. Dempsey, C. E. Barnes, F. A. Bingle, C. D. Whyte, M. K. B. Further characterization of three novel Bid proteins generated by alternative splicing of the human Bid gene p. 217; CN050628575 Riley, J. K. Heeley, J. M. Moley, K. H. TRAIL and KILLER expression in murine preimplantation embryos p. 218; CN050628587 Roberts, D. L. Shostak, I. Holmes, C. Bleackley, R. C. The role of protein phosphatase 1 in cytotoxic T lymphocyte mediated cell killing p. 219; CN050628590 Romfo, C. Cao, L. Devaney, T. Haley, M. Peltz, S. Modulation of survivin expression with small molecules p. 220; CN050628602 Rotem, A. Lotan, R. Finberg, J. P. M. Larisch, S. Cellular protein levels of ARTS, mitochondrial pro-apoptotic protein, determine threshold of cells towards apoptosis and is tightly regulated through ubiquitination p. 221; CN050628617 Rounbehler, R. J. Wang, P. K. Y. Conti, C. J. Johnson, D. G. Both p19^A^R^F and ATM participate in Myc-induced apoptosis and the suppression of Myc-induced tumorigenesis p. 222; CN050628620 Royal, D. Royal, M. A. Nunez, Y. Cislaru, I. Lizzio, M. Driscoll, M. Dissection of necrotic cell death in C. elegans p. 223; CN050628632 Rui, L. Vinuesa, C. G. Goodnow, C. C. ERK signaling maintains B cell tolerance by inhibiting plasma cell differentiation p. 224; CN050628642 Ruiz de Almodovar, C. Ruiz-Ruiz, C. Rodriguez, A. Ortiz, G. Redondo, J. M. Lopez-Rivas, A. Role of p53 in the up-regulation of TRAIL-R3/DCR1 expression upon genotoxic damage in breast tumor cells-Transcription initiation sites and promoter structure of the human TRAIL-R3 gene p. 225; CN050628654 Salin, H. Delic, J. Merle-Beral, H. Sabatier, L. The deletion 13q14.3 is associated with the resistance of malignant B-cells of B-cell chronic lymphoid leukemia to irradiation induced-apoptosis p. 226; CN050628667 Schulman, D. Weyman, C. M. Oncogenic-Ras mediated effects on the differentiation and associated apoptosis of skeletal myoblasts are both correlated with the level of MyoD expression p. 227; CN050628678 Schumacher, B. Hanazawa, M. Nayak, S. Hengartner, M. Schedl, T. Gartner, A. A genetic screen for enhanced DNA damage induced apoptosis in C. elegans reveals that the gld-1 tumor suppressor acts as a negative regulator of p53 dependent apoptosis p. 228; CN050628682 Schwartz, P. Hockenbery, D. Role of pre-apoptotic Bax and Bak in 2-methoxy antimycin A-induced cell death p. 229; CN050628692 Seiwa, E. Nakanishi, K. Shibata, T. Morishima, N. Regulation mechanism of cytochrome C-independent apoptosis induced by endoplasmic reticulum stress p. 230; CN050628703 Shankar, S. Singh, T. R. Asim, M. Fandy, T. Srivastava, R. K. Clinical significance of histone deacetylase inhibitors and TRAIL in cancer p. 231; CN050628712 Shin, B. C. Chung, K. Apoptosis and senescence of human colorectal carcinoma cells resistant to etoposide p. 232; CN050628722 Shiozaki, E. N. Shi, Y. Revisiting the induced proximity model-The case for caspase-9 activation p. 233; CN050628733 Shohat, G. Spivak-Kroizman, T. Cohen, O. Bialik, S. Shani, G. Berrisi, H. Eisenstein, M. Kimchi, A. The pro-apoptotic function of DAP-kinase is controlled by a unique inhibitory autophosphorylation-based mechanism p. 234; CN050628745 Shoshan, M. Strandberg, L. Viktorsson, K. Linder, S. Multistep activation of Bak function in apoptosis p. 235; CN050628757 Silke, J. Kratina, T. Vaux, D. Unlike Diablo/smac, Grim promotes global ubiquitination and specific degradation of XIAP and neither cause apoptosis p. 236; CN050628762 Simmons, M. Kucharczak, J. Zong, W.-x. Gelinas, C. Bfl-1/A1 undergoes caspase-dependent cleavage in B cells, selectively sensitizing B cells to death receptor-mediated apoptosis p. 237; CN050628772 Sogame, N. Christich, A. Kim, M. Abrams, J. M. Drosophila p53 preserves genomic stability through apoptotic functions p. 238; CN050628782 Spruce, B. Campbell, L. McTavish, N. Cooper, M. Leslie, N. Downes, P. Lambert, J. Eccles, S. Thompson, A. Small molecule inhibitors of the sigma-1 receptor cause tumor regression in the absence of side-effects through cell-selective apoptosis p. 239; CN050628794 Sreenivasan, Y. Sarkar, A. Manna, S. K. Mechanism of cytosine arabinoside-mediated apoptosis-Role of Rel A(p65) dephosphorylation p. 240; CN050628806 Stanciu, M. DeFranco, D. B. Persistent nuclear retention of activated ERK-1/2 triggers caspase-dependent cell death in vitro p. 241; CN050628812 Steel, R. Doherty, J. Buzzard, K. Hawkins, C. Anderson, R. Heat shock protein (Hsp72) acts upstream of mitochondria to block apoptosis p. 242; CN050628824 Su, H. C. Zheng, L. Dale, J. K. Straus, S. E. Lenardo, M. J. Molecular function of caspase-8 in lymphocyte activation p. 243; CN050628836 Suzuki, Y. Takahashi, K. Akagi, T. Hashikawa, T. Takahashi, R. A mitochondrial protease Omi/HtrA2 enhances caspase activation through multiple pathways p. 244; CN050628848 Takemoto, K. Nagai, T. Miyawaki, A. Miura, M. Spatio-temporal dynamics of caspase activation in living cells p. 245; CN050628852 Tan, F. J. Fire, A. Z. Hill, R. B. Biochemical and functional characterization of CED-9 p. 246; CN050628862 Tanuma, S.-i. Shiokawa, D. Kobayashi, T. Involvement of DNase gamma in apoptosis associated with myogenic differentiation of C2C12 cells p. 247; CN050628873 Thomas, L. R. Reed, J. C. Johnson, R. Thorburn, A. Direct binding of FADD to TRAIL receptors DR4 and DR5 requires regions outside the death domain p. 248; CN050628885 Tinel, A. Tschopp, J. Characterization of Pidd/LRDD-induced cell death p. 249; CN050628897 Tounekti, O. Zhang, Y. Champagne, N. Goodyer, C. G. LeBlanc, A. 17beta-estradiol-mediated cysteinyl proteolytic inhibition of active caspase 6 p. 250; CN050628900 Tsuruga, M. Nakajima, H. Ozawa, S. Togashi, M. Ando, K. Magae, J. 4-O-methyl-ascochlorin induces caspase-8-dependent apoptotis in human leukemia cells lines p. 251; CN050628915 Valentijn, A. J. Metcalfe, A. D. Kott, J. Streuli, C. H. Gilmore, A. P. Spatial and temporal changes in Bax subcellular localization during anoikis p. 252; CN050628927 Van de Casteele, M. Kefas, B. A. Cai, Y. Heimberg, H. Henquin, J.-C. Pipeleers, D. Jonas, J.-C. Prolonged reduction in glucose signal induces apoptosis of pancreatic beta cells through induction of c-Myc p. 253; CN050628930 van de Wetering, C. I. Luke, J. Knudson, C. M. Lymphoma development in Bax transgenic mice is associated with chromosomal instability p. 254; CN050628942 Vasudevan, K. M. Gurumurthy, S. Rangnekar, V. N. Suppression of tumor suppressor PTEN expression by NF-kappaB prevents apoptosis p. 255; CN050628952 Volp, K. Zornig, M. CABY, a novel pro-apoptotic Apaf-1 binding protein p. 256; CN050628965 Wang, Y. Billiar, T. R. Vodovotz, Y. Kim, P. K. M. Cyclic nucleotides suppress tumor necrosis factor alpha-induced hepatocyte apoptosis while inhibiting FADD up-regulation via a protein kinase A-dependent pathway p. 257; CN050628976 Wang, Z. Malone, M. H. Distelhorst, C. W. Identification of genes regulated by dexamethasone in lymphoid cells using oligonucleotide arrays p. 258; CN050628988 Waterhouse, N. Sutton, V. Clarke, K. Trapani, J. A. Knockout models define the molecular pathway for granzyme B mediated apoptosis p. 259; CN050628992 Wendel, H.-G. deStanchina, E. Fridman, J. S. Kogan, S. C. Cordon-Cardo, C. Lowe, S. W. Reversal of drug resistance in lymphoma p. 260; CN050629002 Werner, M. H. Carrington, P. Morisawa, G. Hill, J. Huang, T. Kim, T. A structural basis for FADD recruitment into the CD95 DISC p. 261; CN050629014 Wilkinson, J. C. Cepero, E. Boise, L. H. Duckett, C. S. XIAP blocks Fas-induced release of mitochondrial proteins and confers clonogenic survival p. 262; CN050629026 Xie, M. Zhang, D. Oh, H. Wang, X. Sano, M. Pocius, J. Michael, L. H. Entman, M. L. Schneider, M. D. Telomere repeat-binding factor-2 modulates the HKG (MAP4K4) cascade for apoptosis p. 263; CN050629038 Xu, Z. Kukekov, N. V. Greene, L. A. A multimolecular complex that mediates JNK activation and apoptosis p. 264; CN050629040 Yanagisawa, H. Miyashita, T. Yamamoto, D. Hspin1 interacts with Bcl-2 and Bcl-X~L, and induces autophagic cell death p. 265; CN050629052 Yang, Q.-H. Church-Hajduk, R. Ren, J. Newton, M. L. Du, C. Omi/HtrA2 catalytic cleavage of inhibitor of apoptosis (IAP) irreversibly inactivates IAPs and facilitates caspase activity in apoptosis p. 266; CN050629064 Yao, J. Yuan, J. Mechanism of cell death in the inner ears of DFNA9 patients p. 267; CN050629075 Yee, K. Vousden, K. C-terminal region of PUMA contributes to mitochondrial localization but is not required for apoptosis p. 268; CN050629087 Yeo, W. Programmed cell death and primary neurogenesis p. 269-276; CN050629090 Zheng, Y. Tian, C. Chen, Q. Bcl-2 prevents Bax conformational changes and oligomerization induced by arsenic trioxide in multiple myeloma cells p. 277; CN050629102 Zhu, P. Zhang, D. Shi, L. Martinvalet, D. Fan, Z. Durand, E. Lieberman, J. The CTL protease granzyme A cleaves Ku70 and interferes with DNA double-stranded break repair p. 278; CN050629117 Zigmond, M. J. Cavanaugh, J. E. Cohen, A. D. Lin, E. Perez, R. G. Smith, A. D. Thiels, E. Impact of exercise on the vulnerability of dopamine neurons to oxidative stress-Possible roles for GDNF and ERK p. 279; CN050629120 Zilberman, Y. Vogt-Sionov, R. Ovadia, H. Zafrir, E. Guy, R. Yefenof, E. Apoptotic resistance of thymic lymphomas to glucocorticoids and to thymic epithelial cells- Implications for intrathymic "death by neglect" p. 280; CN050629132 Zilfou, J. T. Hemann, M. T. Lowe, S. W. Uncoupling of p53 biological functions using RNAi p. 281; CN050629142 Zinkel, S. Grayson, J. Ong, C. Ahmed, R. Korsmeyer, S. Bid function in immune homeostasis p. 282; CN050629154 Zong, W.-X. Li, C. Hatzivassiliou, G. Lindsten, T. Yu, Q.-C. Yuan, J. Thompson, C. B. Bax and Bak can localize to the endoplasmic reticulum to initiate apoptosis p. 283; CN050629167 Zuluaga, S. Black, E. Valladares, A. Alvarez, A. M. Benito, M. Nebreda, A. R. Porras, A. p38alpha map kinase sensitizes cells to apoptosis p. 284; CN050629178 Lowe, S. W. Apoptosis links cancer genetics and cancer therapy p. 285; CN050629180 White, E. p53-independent apoptosis suppresses tumorigenesis p. 286; CN050629192 Gottfried, Y. Zivony, I. Sahar, D. Bercovich, D. Steller, H. Larisch, S. The mitochondrial pre-apoptotic ARTS protein promotes apoptosis through binding to and inhibition of IAP's and functions as a tumor suppressor in leukemia p. 287; CN050629204 Gozani, O. Karuman, P. Ivanon, D. Cha, J. Lugovskoy, A. A. Zhu, H. Ferguson, C. Cantley, L. C. Wagner, G. Preswich, G. D. A novel ING2-PtdIns(5)P nuclear signaling pathway regulates p53-mediated apoptosis p. 288; CN050629210 Brunelle, J. K. Santore, M. T. Budinger, G. R. S. Zong, W.-X. Thompson, C. B. Keith, B. Simon, M. C. Kandel, E. Hay, N. Chandel, N. S. C-Myc sensitization to oxygen deprivation induced cell death is independent of p53 or HIF but dependent on Bax/Bak p. 289; CN050629222 Derry, W. B. Cheam, L. van Iersel, M. Bierings, R. Fraser, A. G. Kamath, R. S. Ahringer, J. Rothman, J. H. Functional genomic analysis of the p53 network in C. elegans p. 290; CN050629234 Samuels-Lev, Y. Bergamaschi, D. O Neil, N. J. Trigiante, G. Crook, T. Hsieh, J.-K. O Connor, D. J. Zhong, S. Campargue, I. Tomlinson, M. L. Regulating the apoptotic function of p53 by the ASPP family members throughout evolution p. 291
Language Note: English
Year: 2003
Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; 2003
Unique Identifier: 501525116
Conference Author: Meeting Cold Spring Harbor, NY 2003; Sep; Sponsor: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Content Type: Abstracts
Series: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE MEETING ON PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH; Number: 2003
OCLC No.: 501525116
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