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2. Aronson, B. D., K. A. Johnson and J. J. Loros. 1994. Negative feedback defining a circadian clock: autoregulation of the clock gene frequency. Science 263: 1578-1584.

3. Arpaia, G., A. Carattoli and G. Macino. 1995. Light and development regulate the expression of the albino-gene in Neurospora crassa. Devel. Biol. 170: 626-635.

4. Arpaia, G., J. J. Loros, J. C. Dunlap, G. Morelli and G. Macino. 1995. Light induction of the clock-controlled gene ccg-1 is not transduced through the circadian clock in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Gen. Genet. 247: 157-163.

5. Atkinson, I. J., F. E. Nargang and E. A. Cossins. 1995. Folylpolyglutamate synthesis in Neurospora crassa: Transformation of polyglutamate-deficient mutants. Phytochemistry 38: 603-608.

6. Balasubramanian, S., J. R. Coggins and C. Abell. 1995. Observation of a secondary tritium isotope effect in the chorismate synthase reaction. Biochemistry 34: 341-348.

7. Banerjee, U. C., Y. Chisti and M. Moo Young. 1995. Effects of substrate particle size and alkaline pretreatment on protein enrichment by Neurospora sitophila. Resources Conser. Recycl. 13: 139-146. (-)

8. Bartley, G. E. and P. A. Scolnik. 1995. Plant carotenoids: Pigments for photoprotection, visual attraction, and human health. Plant Cell 7: 1027-1038.

9. Beattie, T. L., J. E. Olive and R. A. Collins. 1995. A secondary-structure model for the self-cleaving region of Neurospora VS RNA. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 92: 4686-4690.

10. Beatty, N. P., M. L. Smith and N. L. Glass. 1994. Molecular characterization of mating-type loci in selected homothallic species of Neurospora, Gelasinospora and Anixiella. Mycol. Res. 98: 1309-1316.

11. Bégueret, J., B. Turcq and C. Clavé. 1994. Vegetative incompatibility in filamentous fungi: het genes begin to talk. Trends Genet. 10: 441-446.

12. Berbee, M. L. and J. W. Taylor. 1995. From 18S ribosomal sequence data to evolution of morphology among the fungi. Can. J. Bot. S73: S677-S683.

13. Berks, B. C., S. J. Ferguson, J. W. B. Moir and D. J. Richardson. 1995. Enzymes and associated electron transport systems that catalyse the respiratory reduction of nitrogen oxides and oxyanions. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1232: 97-173.

14. Bertrand, H. 1995. Senescence is coupled to induction of an oxidative phosphorylation stress response by mitochondrial DNA mutations in Neurospora. Can. J. Bot. 73: S198-S204.

15. Bird, A. P. 1995. Gene number, noise reduction and biological complexity. Trends Genet. 11: 94-100.

16. Boboye, B. E. and F. C. Adetuyi. 1994. Fungal population associated with raw materials and intermediate products of lager beer produced from Nigerian sorghum grains. J. Food Sci. Technol. 31: 148-150. (-)

17. Bonini, B. M., M. J. Neves, J. A. Jorge and H. F. Terenzi. 1995. Effects of temperature shifts on the metabolism of trehalose in Neurospora crassa wild type and a trehalase-deficient (tre) mutant. Evidence against the participation of periplasmic trehalase in the catabolism of intracellular trehalose. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1245: 339-347.

18. Bowman, E. J., A. Steinhardt and B. J. Bowman. 1995. Isolation of the vma-4 gene encoding the 26 kDa subunit of the Neurospora crassa vacuolar ATPase. Bioch. Biophy. Acta 1237: 95-98.

19. Bowring, F. J. and D. E. A. Catcheside. 1995. An economical strategy for chromosome walking in the Neurospora crassa pMOcosX library. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 42: 18-20.

20. Bramley, T. A., G. S. Menzies, R. J. Williams, O. S. Kinsman and D. J. Adams. 1994. Specific binding sites for human luteinizing hormone in Neurospora crassa and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Mycol. Res. 98: 1229-1234.

21. Braun, H. P., M. Emmermann, V. Kruft, M. Bödicker and U. K. Schmitz. 1995. The general mitochondrial processing peptidase from wheat is integrated into the cytochrome bc1-complex of the respiratory chain. Planta 195: 396-402.

22. Braun, H. P. and U. K. Schmitz. 1995. Are the 'core' proteins of the mitochondrial bc1 complex evolutionary relics of a processing protease? Trends Biochem. Sci. 20: 171-175.

23. Brunelli, J. P. 1995. Construction of a series of novel yeast expression vectors and their use in the cloning of Neurospora crassa cDNAs. Dissert. Abstr. B 56: 1807.

24. Brunelli, J. P. and M. L. Pall. 1995. A lambda/plasmid Cre/lox hybrid vector for large genomic (18kb) fragment insertions and fungal genomic library construction. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 42: 2121-22.

25. Carattoli, A., E. Kato, M. Rodriguez Franco, W. D. Stuart and G. Macino. 1995. A chimeric light-regulated amino acid transport system allows the isolation of blue light regulator (blr) mutants of Neurospora crassa. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 92: 6612-6616.

26. Chang, S. 1995. The structure and function of the Neurospora crassa mta idiomorph. Dissert. Abstr. B 56: 643.

27. Chaure, P. T. and I. F. Connerton. 1995. Derepression of the glyoxylate cycle in mutants of Neurospora crassa accelerated for growth on acetate. Microbiology 141: 1315-1320.

28. Chen, H. 1995. Molecular analysis of a Neurospora crassa heteromeric protein, AAB, that binds to the am (NADP-specific glutamate dehydrogenase) gene upstream regulatory sequence alpha. Dissert. Abstr. B 55: 3720.

29. Chen, H. and J. A. Kinsey. 1995. Purification of a heteromeric CCAAT binding protein from Neurospora crassa. Mol. Gen. Genet. 249: 301-308.

30. Chiang, T. Y. and G. A. Marzluf. 1995. Binding affinity and functional significance of NIT2 and NIT4 binding sites in the promoter of the highly regulated nit-3 gene, which encodes nitrate reductase in Neurospora crassa. J. Bacteriol. 177: 6093-6099.

31. Chow, C. M., S. Kang, R. L. Metzenberg and U. L. RajBhandary. 1995. Sequence of the met-10+ locus of Neurospora crassa: Homology to a sequence of unknown function in Saccharomyces cerevisiae chromosome 8. Gene 162: 111-115.

32. Cisar, C. R., D. O. TeBeest and F. W. Spiegel. 1994. Sequence similarity of mating type idiomorphs: a method which detects similarity among the Sordariaceae fails to detect similar sequences in other filamentous ascomycetes. Mycologia 86: 540-546.

33. Cohen, P. 1995. Why bread moulds are always on time. New Scientist 147: 17.

34. Corrochano, L. M., F. R. Lauter, D. J. Ebbole and C. Yanofsky. 1995. Light and developmental regulation of the gene con-10 of Neurospora crassa. Devel. Biol. 167: 190-200.

35. Crosthwaite, S. K., J. J. Loros and J. C. Dunlap. 1995. Light-induced resetting of a circadian clock is mediated by a rapid increase in frequency transcript. Cell 81: 1003-1012.

36. Cyrklaff, M., M. Auer, W. Kühlbrandt and G. A. Scarborough. 1995. 2-D structure of the Neurospora crassa plasma membrane ATPase as determined by electron cryomicroscopy. EMBO J. 14: 1854-1857.

37. David, R. H., P. Lieu and J. L. Ristow. 1994. Neurospora mutants affecting polyamine-dependent processes and basic amino acid transport mutants resistant to the polyamine inhibitor, -difluoromethylornithine. Genetics 138: 649-655.

38. Davis, C. R. 1994. The cloning and characterization of genes involved in amino acid metabolism in Neurospora crassa (ser-1, pro-1). Dissert. Abstr. B 55: 715.

39. Davis, C. R., M. A. McPeek and C. R. McClung. 1995. Molecular characterization of the proline-1 (pro-1) locus of Neurospora crassa, which encodes Æ1-pyrroline-5-carboxylate reductase. Mol. Gen. Genet. 248: 341-350.

40. Davis, R. H. and J. L. Ristow. 1995. Osmotic effects on the polyamine pathway of Neurospora crassa. Exper. Mycol. 19: 314-319. (-)

41. de Serres, F. J. and H. E. Brockman. 1995. Ethylene oxide: Induction of specific-locus mutations in the ad-3 region of heterokaryon 12 of Neurospora crassa and implications for genetic risk assessment of human exposure in the workplace. Mutation Research 328: 31-47.

42. de Serres, F. J. and H. V. Malling. 1995. Triethylenemelamine: Induction of specific-locus mutations in the ad-3 region of heterokaryon 12 of Neurospora crassa. Mutation Research 327: 87-111.

43. de Serres, F. J., H. V. Malling and T. M. Ong. 1995. Comparison of the mutagenicity and mutagen specificity of ethylenimine with triethylenemelamine in the ad-3 region of heterokaryon 12 of Neurospora crassa. Mutation Research 328: 193-205.

44. de Serres, F. J., H. V. Malling, B. B. Webber and H. E. Brockman. 1995. Quantitative and qualitative aspects of spontaneous specific-locus mutation in the ad-3 region of heterokaryon 12 of Neurospora crassa. Mutation Research 332: 45-54.

45. Dmochowska, A., P. Golik and P. P. Stepien. 1995. The novel nuclear gene DSS-1 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is necessary for mitochondrial biogenesis. Curr. Genet. 28: 108-112.

46. Doetsch, P. W. 1995. What's old is new: An alternative DNA excision repair pathway. Trends Biochem. Sci. 20: 384-386.

47. Dschida, W. J. A. 1995. Structure and regulation of the vacuolar ATPase from Neurospora crassa. Dissert. Abstr. B 55: 118.

48. Dschida, W. J. A. and B. J. Bowman. 1995. The vacuolar ATPase: Sulfite stabilization and the mechanism of nitrate inactivation. J. Biol. Chem. 270: 1557-1563.

49. Duarte, M., R. Sousa and A. Videira. 1995. Inactivation of Genes Encoding Subunits of the Peripheral and Membrane Arms of Neurospora Mitochondrial Complex I and Effects on Enzyme Assembly. Genetics 139: 1211-1221.

50. Ermolayeva, E. and D. Sanders. 1995. Mechanism of pyrithione-induced membrane depolarization in Neurospora crassa. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 61: 3385-3390.

51. Essers, A. J. A., M. H. J. Bennik and M. J. R. Nout. 1995. Mechanisms of increased linamarin degradation during solid-substrate fermentation of cassava. World J. Microbiol. Biotech. 11: 266-270. (-)

52. Essers, A. J. A., C. Ebong, R. M. Van Der Grift, M. J. R. Nout, W. Otim Nape and H. Rosling. 1995. Reducing cassava toxicity by heap-fermentation in Uganda. J. Food Sci. Nut. 46: 125-136. (-)

53. Essers, A. J. A., C. M. G. A. Jurgens and M. J. R. Nout. 1995. Contribution of selected fungi to the reduction of cyanogen levels during solid substrate fermentation of cassava. J. Food Microbiol. 26: 251-257. (-)

54. Ferraro, J. S., F. M. Sulzman and J. A. Dorsett. 1995. Alterations in growth rate associated with a normally persisting circadian rhythm during spaceflight. Aviat. Space Environ. Med. 66: 1079-1085.

55. Fossa, A., A. Beyer, E. Pfitzner, B. Wenzel and W. H. Kunau. 1995. Molecular cloning, sequencing and sequence analysis of the fox-2 gene of Neurospora crassa encoding the multifunctional beta-oxidation protein. Mol. Gen. Genet. 247: 95-104.

56. Fraser, M. J. and R. L. Low. 1993. Fungal and mitochondrial nucleases, p. 171. In Nucleases, 2nd Edition, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor.

57. Freitag, M. and M. S. Sachs. 1995. A simple dot blot assay to measure hygromycin B phosphotransferase activity in whole cell extracts of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 42: 26-28.

58. Fu, Y. H., B. Feng, S. Evans and G. A. Marzluf. 1995. Sequence-specific DNA binding by NIT4, the pathway-specific regulatory protein that mediates nitrate induction in Neurospora. Mol. Microbiol. 15: 935-942.

59. Fujimura, M. 1994. Mode of action of diethofencarb to benzimidazole-resistant strains in Neurospora crassa. J. Pesticide Sci. 19: 333-334. (-)

60. Garnand, K. and M. A. Nelson. 1995. The effect of DNA structure and restriction enzymes on transformation efficiencies in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 42: 29-31.

61. Gibbons, I. R. 1995. Dynein family of motor proteins: Present status and future questions. Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton 32: 136-144. (-)

62. Glass, N. L. and G. C. Donaldson. 1995. Development of primer sets designed for use with the PCR to amplify conserved genes from filamentous Ascomycetes. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 61: 1323-1330.

63. Glass, N. L. and M. A. Nelson. 1994. Mating-type genes in mycelial ascomycetes, p. 295-306. In Wessels and Meinhardt (ed.), The Mycota I: Growth, Differentiation and Sexuality, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

64. González, C., N. Brito and G. A. Marzluf. 1995. Functional analysis by site-directed mutagenesis of individual amino acid residues in the flavin domain of Neurospora crassa nitrate reductase. Mol. Gen. Genet. 249: 456-464.

65. Gooday, G. W. 1995. The dynamics of hyphal growth. Mycol. Res. 99: 385-394.

66. Goodrich-Tanrikulu, M., J. T. Lin, A. E. Stafford, M. I. Makapugay, T. A. McKeon and G. Fuller. 1995. Novel Neurospora crassa mutants with altered synthesis of polyunsaturated fatty acids. Microbiology 141: 2307-2314.

67. Griffiths, A. J. F. 1992. Fungal senescence. Annu. Rev. Genet. 26: 351-372.

68. Griffiths, A. J. F. 1995. Natural plasmids of filamentous fungi. Microbiol. Rev. 59: 673-85. (-)

69. Griffiths, A. J. F. and X. Yang. 1995. Recombination between heterologous linear and circular mitochondrial plasmids in the fungus Neurospora. Mol. Gen. Genet. 249: 25-36.

70. Griffiths, A. J. F., X. Yang, F. J. Debets and Y. Wei. 1995. Plasmids in natural populations of Neurospora. Can. J. Bot. 73: S186-S192.

71. Grotelueschen, J. and R. L. Metzenberg. 1995. Some property of the nucleus determines the competence of Neurospora crassa for transformation. Genetics 139: 1545-1551.

72. Guo, H. C. T. and R. A. Collins. 1995. Efficient trans-cleavage of a stem-loop RNA substrate by a ribozyme derived from Neurospora VS RNA. EMBO J. 14: 368-376.

73. Guo, X. W., P. R. Smith, B. Cognon, D. D'Arcangelis, E. Dolginova and C. A. Mannella. 1995. Molecular design of the voltage-dependent, anion-selective channel in the mitochondrial outer membrane. J. Struct. Biol. 114: 41-59. (-)

74. Haas, H., B. Bauer, B. Redl, G. Stöffler and G. A. Marzluf. 1995. Molecular cloning and analysis of nre, the major nitrogen regulatory gene of Penicillium chrysogenum. Curr. Genet. 27: 150-158.

75. Hagemann, R. 1995. New molecular and genetic aspects of mitochondria inheritance: A review. Biologisches Zentralblatt 114: 17-55.(-)

76. Hall, J. C. 1995. Tripping along the trail to the molecular mechanisms of biological clocks. Trends Neurosci. 18: 230-240.

77. Han, H.-Y. 1994. Cloning of the pmb gene encoding a basic amino acid transport protein in Neurospora crassa. Dissert. Abstr. B 54: 3452.

78. Hanlin, R. T. 1994. Microcycle conidiation: A review. Mycoscience 35: 113-123. (-)

79. Harkness, T. A. A. 1995. Nucleo-mitochondrial interactions: protein import and assembly of multi-subunit complexes in Neurospora crassa. Dissert. Abstr. B 56: 627.

80. Harkness, T. A. A., R. A. Rothery, J. H. Weiner, S. Werner, J. E. Azevedo, A. Videira and F. E. Nargang. 1995. Disruption of the gene encoding the 78-kilodalton subunit of the peripheral arm of complex I in Neurospora crassa by repeat induced point mutation (RIP). Curr. Genet. 27: 339-350.

81. Hastings, M. 1995. Circadian rhythms: Peering into the molecular clockwork. J. Neuroendocrinol. 7: 331-340. (-)

82. Hastings, M. 1995. Resetting the circadian cycle. Nature 376: 296-7. (-)

83. Hatakeyama, S., C. Ishii and H. Inoue. 1995. Identification and expression of the Neurospora crassa mei-3 gene which encodes a protein homologous to Rad51 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Mol. Gen. Genet. 249: 439-446.

84. Heck, I. S. and H. Ninnemann. 1995. Molybdenum cofactor biosynthesis in Neurospora crassa: Biochemical characterization of pleiotropic molybdoenzyme mutants nit-7, nit-8, nit-9A, B and C. Photochem. Photobiol. 61: 54-60.

85. Henstrand, J. M., N. Amrhein and J. Schmid. 1995. Cloning and characterization of a heterologously expressed bifunctional chorismate synthase/flavin reductase from Neurospora crassa. J. Biol. Chem. 270: 20447-20452.

86. Hernandez-Fernandez, M. D. L. M. R. 1995. Mitochondrial DNA rearrangements in kalilo and maranhar strains of Neurospora and studies of the free plasmid terminal protein. Dissert. Abstr. B 56: 51.

87. Hilgert, U. and H. D. Van Etten. 1995. Reduced viability of N. crassa ergosterol mutants on Vogel's medium. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 42: 32-33.

88. Hosking, S. L., G. D. Robson and A. P. J. Trinci. 1995. Phosphoinositides play a role in hyphal extension and branching in Neurospora crassa. Exper. Mycol. 19:71-80.(-)

89. Hurst, L. D. 1995. Evolutionary genetics: The silence of the genes. Curr. Biol. 5: 459-461. (-)

90. Ichi, I. A. and H. Inoue. 1995. Cloning, nucleotide sequence, and expression of tef-1, the gene encoding translation elongation factor 1- (EF-1- ) of Neurospora crassa. Jap. J. Genet. 70: 273-287. (-)

91. Ishida, N. 1995. Molecular biological approach to the circadian clock mechanism. Neurosci. Res. 23: 231-240. (-)

92. Jacobson, D. J. 1995. Sexual dysfunction associated with outcrossing in Neurospora tetrasperma, a pseudohomothallic ascomycete. Mycologia 87: 604-617. (-)

93. Jacobson, D. J., J. Ohrnberger and R. A. Akins. 1995. The Wilson-Garnjobst heterokaryon incompatibility tester strains of Neurospora crassa contain modifiers which influence growth rate of heterokaryons and distort segregation ratios. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 42: 34-40.

94. Joho, M., M. Inouhe, H. Tohoyama and T. Murayama. 1995. Nickel resistance mechanisms in yeasts and other fungi. J. Indust. Microbiol. 14: 164-168. (-)

95. Kapoor, M., C. A. Curle and C. Runham. 1995. The hsp70 gene family of Neurospora crassa: Cloning, sequence analysis, expression, and genetic mapping of the major stress-inducible member. J. Bacteriol. 177: 212-221.

96. Kempken, F. 1995. Plasmid DNA in mycelial fungi, p. 169-187. In The Mycologia II, Springer-Verlog, Berlin.

97. Kennell, J. C., B. J. Saville, S. Mohr, M. T. R. Kuiper, J. R. Sabourin, R. A. Collins and A. M. Lambowitz. 1995. The VS catalytic RNA replicates by reverse transcription as a satellite of a retroplasmid. Genes Devel. 9: 294-303.

98. Knight, H., A. J. Trewavas and N. D. Read. 1994. Confocal microscopy of living fungal hyphae microinjected with Ca2+ sensitive fluorescent dyes. Mycol. Res. 97: 1505-1515.

99. Kropf, D. L., N. P. Money and B. C. Gibbon. 1995. Role of cytosolic pH in axis establishment and tip growth. Can. J. Bot. S73: S126-S130.

100. Krupyanko, V. I. 1995. Coordinate correction for calculating constants of enzyme activation and inhibition. Prikladnaya Biokhimiya i Mikrobiol. 31: 480-493. (-)

101. Kübrich, M., K. Dietmeier and N. Pfanner. 1995. Genetic and biochemical dissection of the mitochondrial protein-import machinery. Curr. Genet. 27: 393-403.

102. Kumar, A. and J. V. Paietta. 1995. The sulfur controller-2 negative regulatory gene of Neurospora crassa encodes a protein with -transducin repeats. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 92: 3343-3347.

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104. Lambowtiz, A. M. and C. C. Chiang. 1995. The Mauriceville and Varkud plasmids: Primitive retroelements found in Neurospora mitochondria. Can. J. Bot. 73: S173-S179.

105. Leslie, J. F. 1993. Fungal vegetative compatibility. Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 31: 127-150.

106. Lever, M. C., B. E. M. Robertson, A. D. B. Buchan, P. F. P. Miller, G. W. Gooday and N. A. R. Gow. 1994. pH and Ca2+ dependent galvanotropism of filamentous fungi: implications and mechanisms. Mycol. Res. 98: 301-306.

107. Levina, N. N., R. R. Lew, G. J. Hyde and I. B. Heath. 1995. The roles of Ca2+ and plasma membrane ion channels in hyphal tip growth of Neurospora crassa. J. Cell Sci. 108: 3405-3417.

108. Li, C. and T. J. Schmidhauser. 1995. Developmental and photoregulation of al-1 and al-2, structural genes for two enzymes essential for carotenoid biosynthesis in Neurospora. Devel. Biol. 169: 90-95.

109. Li, D., K. R. Chung, D. A. Smith and C. L. Schardi. 1995. The Fusarium solani gene encoding kievitone hydratase, a secreted enzyme that catalyzes detoxification of a bean phytoalexin. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. 8: 388-397.

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128. Metzenberg, R. L. and T. A. Randall. 1995. Mating type in Neurospora and closely related ascomycetes: Some current problems. Can. J. Bot. 73: S251-S257.

129. Meyer, U., P. Schweim, F. Fracella and L. Rensing. 1995. Close correlation between heat shock response and cytotoxicity in Neurospora crassa treated with aliphatic alcohols and phenols. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 61: 979-984.

130. Miao, V. P. W., M. R. Rountree and E. U. Selker. 1995. Ectopic integration of transforming DNA is rare among Neurospora transformants selected for gene replacement. Genetics 139: 1533-1544.

131. Min, J., M. T. Arganoza, J. Ohrnberger, C. Xu and R. A. Akins. 1995. Alternative methods of preparing whole-cell DNA from fungi for dot-blot, restriction analysis, and colony filter hybridization. Analyt. Biochem. 225: 94-100. (-)

132. Mohd, S. H. 1995. Studies on glycohydrolytic systems: inhibitors, models and enzymes (chitinase, deoxymannojirimycin). Dissert. Abstr. B 56: 803.

133. Morris, N. R., X. Xiang and S. M. Beckwith. 1995. Nuclear migration advances in fungi. Trends Cell Biol. 5: 278-282. (-)

134. Mukhopadhyay, T., E. K. S. Vijayakumar, S. R. Nadkarni, S. N. Sawant, J. Kenia and B. Sachse. 1995. 2-Demethylazalomycins F-4a and F-5a, two new antifungal metabolites from Actinomycete sp. HIL Y-9120362. J. Antibiotics 48: 1350-1352. (-)

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Olive, J. E. 9, 142

Ong, T. M. 44

Osmani, S. A. 158

Otim Nape, W. 53

Paietta, J. V. 101, 143

Pall, M. L. 23, 175

Pareek, A. 144

Park, Y. K. 145

Pastore, G. M. 145

Patel, S. S. 172

Pazirandeh, M. 146

Peberdy, J. F. 147

Pereira, H., Jr. 148

Pereira, M. 148

Perkins, D. D. 149, 150, 151, 152, 153

Pfanner, N. 102, 163

Pfitzner, E. 55

Picard, M. 171

Plesofsky-Vig, N. 154, 200

Polizeli, M. D. L. T. M. 155

Pollard, V. C. 150

Prajapati, J. B. 156

Prasanna, T. B. 177

Prior, S. L. 157

Pu, R. T. 158

Rademacher, W. 159

Radford, A. 191

RajBhandary, U. L. 31

Raju, N. B. 151, 152, 160

Ram, C. 161

Randall, T. A. 127, 162

Rangel, P. 196

Rassow, J. 163

Rastogi, T. 142

Razal, R. A. 164

Read, N. D. 98

Redl, B. 74

Rensing, L. 129

Rice, D. W. 185

Richardson, D. J. 12

Ridley, G. S. 165

Rigoli, I. C. 139

Ristow, J. L. 37, 39

Ritzel, R. G. 137

Robb, M. 206

Robb, M. J. 166, 167

Roberts, C. J. 168

Robertson, B. E. M. 106

Robson, G. D. 88, 157

Rodriguez Franco, M.25

Rojo, E. E. 169

Rosling, H. 53

Rossi, A. 117, 139, 148

Rothery, R. A. 79

Rountree, M. R. 130

Runham, C. 95

Ruysschaert, J. M. 207, 208

Sabourin, J. R. 97

Sachs, M. S. 57, 115

Sachse, B. 134

Sadakane, Y. 170

Sainsard Chanet, A. 171

Saldanha, R. J. 172

Sanders, D. 50

Sattlegger, E. 136

Saville, B. J. 97

Sawant, S. N. 134

Scarborough, G. A. 36, 173, 208

Schardi, C. L. 108

Schliwa, M. 186

Schlossmann, J. 174

Schmid, J. 85

Schmidhauser, T. J. 109, 176

Schmitz, U. K. 21, 22

Schroeder, A. L. 175

Schumacher, M. 176

Schweim, P. 129

Scolnik, P. A. 8

Selker, E. U. 130, 168, 180, 181

Sellem, C. 171

Sengupta, S. 177

Shane, B. 126

Shao, L. 178

Siino, J. 175

Silar, P. 171, 179

Silva, M. M. D. 155

Simon, M. I. 189

Singer, M. J. 180, 181, 182

Singla, S. L. 144

Slayman, C. L. 122

Smith, D. A. 108

Smith, M. L. 10

Smith, P. R. 73

Sousa, R. 49

Speed, T. P. 223, 224

Spiegel, F. W. 32

Staben, C. 183

Stadler, D. R. 210

Stafford, A. E. 66

Stahl, F. W. 184

Stanley, S. 185

Steinberg, G. 186

Steinhardt, A. 18

Stepien, P. P. 45

Stillman, T. J. 185

Stöffler, G. 74

Stuart, R. A. 169

Stuart, W. D. 25

Sulzman, F. M. 54

Surendran, R. 172

Suutari, M. 188

Swanson, R. V. 189

Szabo, G. 190

Szoor, B. 190

Takao, M. 217

Taleb, F.191

Tao, Y. 192, 193

Taylor, J. W. 11

TeBeest, D. O. 32

Templeton, M. D. 194

Terenzi, H. F. 17, 155

Thaler, D. S. 195

Tharp, A. 181

Thedei, G., Jr. 117, 139, 148

Tohoyama, H. 94

Toledo, I. 196

Towers, G. H. N. 164

Trewavas, A. J. 98

Trinci, A. P. J. 88, 157

Tropschug, M. 163

Turcq, B. 14

Turian, G. 114, 197, 198

Turner, B. C. 150

Van Der Grift, R. M. 53

Van Etten, H. D. 87

van den Hoff, M. J. B. 199

Vassilev, A. O. 200

Versaw, W. K. 201, 202, 203, 204

Videira, A. 49, 79, 205

Vierula, J. 158

Vierula, P. J. 166, 206

Vigneron, L. 207, 208

Vijayakumar, E. K. S. 134

Wang, H. 209

Watters, M. K. 210

Webber, B. B. 41

Wechser, M. A. 211

Wei, Y. 69

Weiner, J. H. 79

Wenzel, B. 55

Werner, S. 79

Werner, T. 119

Wessels, J. G. H. 212

White, B. 213

Williams, R. J.20

Williamson, P. R. 120

Wilson, M. 206

Wilson, M. A. 166

Witter, K. 119

Woodward, D. 213

Wu, L. 158

Xiang, X. 133

Xiao, X. 214, 215

Xu, C. 131, 158

Yadon, P. J. 216

Yajima, H. 217

Yang, X. 68, 69, 218

Yanofsky, C. 34

Yarden, O. 219

Yasuhira, S. 217

Yasui, A. 217

Yatzkan, E. 219

Ye, X. S. 158

Yeadon, P. J. 220, 221, 222

Yip, K. S. P. 185

Zhao, H. 223, 224

Zhao, J. H. 217

Ziegler, I. 119

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