Current Topics in Pharmacology
12:30 PM, Wednesday, December 4, 2002
Room T-473 HSC
Speaker: Nephi Stella
Topic: Before Eating You, I'll Have to Kill You
Daniel J. Hoeppner, Michael O. Hengartner, and Ralf Schnabel. Engulfment genes cooperate with ced-3 to promote cell death in Caenorhabditis elegans. Nature. July 2001; 412: 202-206.
Peter W. Reeien, Scott Cameron, and H. Robert Horvitz. Phagocytosis promotes programmed cell death in C. elegans. Nature. July 2001; 412: 198-202.
Zheng Zhou, Erika Hartwieg, and H. Robert Horvitz. CED-1 is a transmembrane receptor that mediates cell corpse engulfment in C. elegans. Cell. January 2001; 104(1): 43-56.
Jeremy S. Duffield, Lars-Peter Erwig, Xiao-quing Wei, Foo Y. Liew, Andrew J. Rees, and John S. Savill. Activated macrophages direct apoptosis and suppress mitosis of mesangial cells. The Journal of Immunology. February 15, 2000; 164(4): 2110-2119.
Barbara Conradt. With a little help from your friends: cells don't die alone. Nature Cell Biology. June 4, 2002; 4(6): E139-E143.
Peter M. Henson, Donna L. Bratton, and Valerie A. Fadok. Apoptotic cell removal. Current Biology. October 2, 2001; 11(19): R795-R805.
2002-2003 Journal Club Schedule