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Molecular machinery of nuclear trafficking: Nuclear Transport (Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation Vol. 35)
The molecular basis for the autoregulation of calponin by isoform-specific C-terminal tail sequences
Extracellular matrix histone H1 binds to perlecan, is present in regenerating skeletal muscle and stimulates myoblast proliferation
Sperm plasma-membrane-associated glutathione S-transferases as gamete recognition molecules
Endothelial cells genetically selected from differentiating mouse embryonic stem cells incorporate at sites of neovascularization in vivo
Embryonal subregion-derived stromal cell lines from novel temperature-sensitive SV40 T antigen transgenic mice support hematopoiesis
Drac1 and Crumbs participate in amnioserosa morphogenesis during dorsal closure in Drosophila
The dynamics of plasma membrane PtdIns(4,5)P2 at fertilization of mouse eggs
Sequential activation of individual PKC isozymes in integrin-mediated muscle cell spreading: a role for MARCKS in an integrin signaling pathway
Regulation, mechanisms and proposed function of ferritin translocation to cell nuclei
Activation, processing and trafficking of extracellular heparanase by primary human fibroblasts
Resistance of keratinocytes to TGFβ-mediated growth restriction and apoptosis induction accelerates re-epithelialization in skin wounds
Differential regulation of Rho GTPases by β1 and β3 integrins: the role of an extracellular domain of integrin in intracellular signaling
Agonist-induced phasic and tonic responses in smooth muscle are mediated by InsP3
New perspectives in PDGF receptor downregulation: the main role of phosphotyrosine phosphatases
PLC-γ1 is required for IGF-I protection from cell death induced by loss of extracellular matrix adhesion
Genetic and morphological evidence for two parallel pathways of cell-cycle-coupled cytokinesis in Dictyostelium
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