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September 10, 2010

Volume 285Issue 37p28399-29026, e99966-e99967
Open Access
On The Cover: Dimerization of Sam68 Qua1 domain assessed by NMR spectroscopy. The cover image shows the solution structure of Sam68 Qua1 homodimer as solved by NMR spectroscopy (ribbon and surface representation). A 1H-15N HSQC, also referred to as “fingerprint spectrum,” is depicted in the background. Our results shed light on how Sam68 regulates alternative splicing of mRNA related to apoptosis and cancer. For details see the article by Meyer et al., pages 28893–28901....
On The Cover: Dimerization of Sam68 Qua1 domain assessed by NMR spectroscopy. The cover image shows the solution structure of Sam68 Qua1 homodimer as solved by NMR spectroscopy (ribbon and surface representation). A 1H-15N HSQC, also referred to as “fingerprint spectrum,” is depicted in the background. Our results shed light on how Sam68 regulates alternative splicing of mRNA related to apoptosis and cancer. For details see the article by Meyer et al., pages 28893–28901.

Papers of the Week

  • A STAR Structure Is Born♦

    Structural Basis for Homodimerization of the Src-associated during Mitosis, 68-kDa Protein (Sam68) Qua1 Domain

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  • The Chitin Defense♦

    The Lysin Motif Receptor-like Kinase (LysM-RLK) CERK1 Is a Major Chitin-binding Protein in Arabidopsis thaliana and Subject to Chitin-induced Phosphorylation

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