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Cell Research - Table of Contents alert Volume 19 Issue 12


December 2009 Volume 19 Number 12, pp 1313 - 1403


British Journal of Cancer presents a web focus on human papillomavirus

It is now well established that infection with 'high risk' strains of human
papillomavirus (HPV) significantly increases risk of developing cervical cancer.
Strains 16 and 18 alone are implicated in ~70% of cervical cancer cases. Recent
advances in HPV screening methods and the availability of vaccination have made
HPV a 'hot topic' in both research and the media; this web focus brings together
a selection of key articles recently published by BJC in this field.


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p53 and NF[kappa]B: fresh breath in the cross talk
Vinay Tergaonkar

DNA interaction networks: an information highway for regulated gene expression in the
3-dimentional space of the nucleus
Dong Wang and Xiang-Dong Fu

Natural killer cells go inside: Entosis versus cannibalism
Youcun Qian and Yufang Shi

The ATAF1 transcription factor: At the convergence point of ABA-dependent plant defense
against biotic and abiotic stresses
Brigitte Mauch-Mani and Victor Flors

Dynamic distribution and stem cell characteristics of Sox1-expressing cells in the cerebellar cortex
Joelle Alcock and Virginie Sottile

The retromer component SNX6 interacts with dynactin p150Glued and mediates endosome-to-TGN transport
Zhi Hong, Yanrui Yang, Cheng Zhang, Yang Niu, Ke Li, Xi Zhao and Jia-Jia Liu

Internalization of NK cells into tumor cells requires ezrin and leads to programmed cell-in-cell death
Shan Wang, Zhen Guo, Peng Xia, Tingting Liu, Jufang Wang, Shan Li, Lihua Sun,
Jianxin Lu, Qian Wen, Mingqian Zhou, Li Ma, Xia Ding, Xiaoning Wang and Xuebiao Yao

Outer membrane VDAC1 controls permeability transition of the inner mitochondrial membrane
in cellulo during stress-induced apoptosis
Flora Tomasello, Angela Messina, Lydia Lartigue, Laura Schembri, Chantal Medina, Simona Reina,
Didier Thoraval, Marc Crouzet, Francois Ichas, Vito De Pinto and Francesca De Giorgi

The Arabidopsis PARAQUAT RESISTANT2 gene encodes an S-nitrosoglutathione reductase that is a
key regulator of cell death
Ruiqiang Chen, Shulan Sun, Chun Wang, Yansha Li, Yan Liang, Fengying An, Chao Li, Haili Dong,
Xiaohui Yang, Jian Zhang and Jianru Zuo

P68 RNA helicase is a nucleocytoplasmic shuttling protein
Haizhen Wang, Xueliang Gao, Yun Huang, Jenny Yang and Zhi-Ren Liu

Proteomic analysis of the cerebrospinal fluid of Parkinson's disease patients
Jiguang Guo, Zhongwu Sun, Shifu Xiao, Dongping Liu, Guohua Jin, Ersong Wang,
Jiangning Zhou and Jiawei Zhou


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