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July 23, 2010

Volume 285Issue 30p22723-23526
Open Access
On The Cover: Tubulin polyglutamylation was bidirectionally regulated positively by polyglutamylase TTLL-4 and negatively by deglutamylase CCPP-6 in Caenorhabditis elegans sensory cilia. The head ending of a worm is stained for polyglutamylated tubulins by monoclonal antibody GT335 (red) in the sensory cilia of amphid and labial neurons. A dendrite with sensory cilium of ASEL neuron was visualized by green fluorescent protein (green). For details see the article by Kimura et al., pages 22936–22941....
On The Cover: Tubulin polyglutamylation was bidirectionally regulated positively by polyglutamylase TTLL-4 and negatively by deglutamylase CCPP-6 in Caenorhabditis elegans sensory cilia. The head ending of a worm is stained for polyglutamylated tubulins by monoclonal antibody GT335 (red) in the sensory cilia of amphid and labial neurons. A dendrite with sensory cilium of ASEL neuron was visualized by green fluorescent protein (green). For details see the article by Kimura et al., pages 22936–22941.

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