Miss Yoong Siew Jong
imeysj at leonis.nus.sg
Sun Jul 17 23:21:05 EST 1994
LOCKSHIN, RICHARD A (YPRLBIO at sjumusic.stjohns.edu) wrote:
: In article <2vrg7n$a15 at mserv1.dl.ac.uk> Clemens Suter-Crazzolara <un691cs at genius.embnet.dkfz-heidelberg.de> writes:
: >my boss gave me a nice topic for a literature seminar: "apoptosis / molecular
: >markers". could anybody give me some pointers to a nice and recent
: >review, or be helpful in any other way ?
: >thanks, clemens
: that covers only about 4000 articles. For definitions of cell death
: look up papers by me, P.G. Clarke, A. Wyllie, H. R. Horvitz (Ann Rev
: cell biol) etc. for genes active in cell death, none of which has
: been proven unique, try H.R. Horvitz & J. Yuan, H. Steller (recent
: in Dev. Biol.) M. Tenniswood. For oncogenes such as bcl2, try
: S.J. Korsmeyer, DE Bredesen, S. Lowe, G. Nunez. Extracellular
: control: M. Raff, DR Green, R. Pittman. Metabolism: Pittman &
: A. Tolkovsky. Genes related to immune system, Peter Krammer, G.
: Evan; other neural stories: E. M. Johnson, R. Oppenheim, J. Truman,
: M. Chalfie. Transglutaminase: L. Fesus, P. Davies, M. Piacentini.
: Development and embryology: Z. Zakeri, T. Knudsen, P. Chambon.
: Apoptosis & aids: L. Montagnier, M. Piacentini. DNAse: A.
: CDWyllie, F. Oberhammer, W. Bursch. There have been many reviews
: in major journals (Ann Revs) and Trends in Genetics, & Trends in
: cell biol. Check out references to end labeling (in situ, TUNEL
: technique for DNA markers. Otherwise, morphology is perhaps the
: best marker. Protein synthesis characterizes programmed cell death.
: No specific gene marks it. There are several meetings per year
: on it, and there will be a Gordon Conf. next year. Also, I tried
: to move discussions of apoptosis to cell biology, but there is more
: action at bionet.molbiol.ageing.
: Richard A. Lockshin Dept. Biol. Sci. St. John's Univ. 8000 Utopia
: Parkway Jamaica NY 11439 USA email rick at sjubiol.stjohns.edu or
: yprlbio at sjumusic.stjohns.edu. phone 718: 990-1854; fax 718:
: 380-8543 (380-0353 until the other one gets fixed).
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