Volume 285 Number 5 March 2018 State-of-the-Art Reviews 903 A stereospecific carboxyl esterase from Bacillus coagulans hosting nonlipase activity within a lipase-like fold 792 Autophagy and cancer – insights from mouse models V. De Vitis, C. Nakhnoukh, A. Pinto, M. L. Contente, L. Mainz & M. T. Rosenfeldt A. Barbiroli, M. Milani, M. Bolognesi, F. Molinari, 809 Nonapoptotic functions of Fas/CD95 in the immune L. J. Gourlay & D. Romano response 915 Construction of green fluorescence protein mutant to J.-P. Guégan & P. Legembre monitor STT3B-dependent N -glycosylation Commentary T. Kitajima, W. Xue, Y.-S. Liu, C.-D. Wang, S.-S. Liu, M. Fujita & X.-D. Gao 828 On the relationship status for Arf and NPM1 – it’s SUPPO RTING INFO RMATION AVAILABLE complicated 929 Membrane localization of a Myb3 transcription factor D. M. Mitrea & R. W. Kriwacki regulated by a Tv CyP1 cyclophilin in the parasitic Editor's Choice protozoan Trichomonas vaginalis 832 Identification of a novel nucleophosmin-interaction motif C.-H. Chu, Y.-H. Huang, H.-W. Liu, H.-M. Hsu & J.-H. Tai in the tumor suppressor p14arf 947 PKA-binding domain of AKAP8 is essential for direct E. Luchinat, S. Chiarella, M. Franceschini, A. Di Matteo, interaction with DPY30 protein M. Brunori, L. Banci & L. Federici A. Bieluszewska, M. Weglewska, T. Bieluszewski, K. Lesniewicz & E. Poreba Original Articles 965 Inhibition of UVSSA ubiquitination suppresses 848 A high parasite density environment induces transcription-coupled nucleotide excision repair deficiency transcriptional changes and cell death in caused by dissociation from USP7 Plasmodium falciparum blood stages M. Higa, K. Tanaka & M. Saijo E. S. Chou, S. Z. Abidi, M. Teye, A. Leliwa-Sytek, T. S. Rask, 977 Crystal structure of the DNA-binding domain of the LysR- S. A. Cobbold, G. Q. Tonkin-Hill, K. S. Subramaniam, type transcriptional regulator CbnR in complex with a DNA A. E. Sexton, D. J. Creek, J. P. Daily, M. F. Duffy & K. P. Day fragment of the recognition-binding site in the promoter SUPPO RTING INFO RMATION AVAILABLE region 871 Functional role of the core gap in the middle part of M. P. Koentjoro, N. Adachi, M. Senda, N. Ogawa & tropomyosin T. Senda A. M. Matyushenko, D. V. Shchepkin, G. V. Kopylova, SUPPO RTING INFO RMATION AVAILABLE S. Y. Bershitsky, N. A. Koubassova, A. K. Tsaturyan & D. I. Levitsky SUPPO RTING INFO RMATION AVAILABLE 887 Structural plasticity of mini-M conotoxins – expression of all mini-M subtypes by Conus regius A. Franco, S. Dovell, C. Möller, M. Grandal, E. Clark & F. Marí F FEBS_v285_i4_toc.indd 1 EBS_v285_i4_toc.indd 1 0 01-03-2018 11:42:13 1-03-2018 11:42:13
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