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    1. Bae, J; Hsu, SY; Leo, CP; Zell, K; Hsueh, AJW
      Underphosphorylated BAD interacts with diverse antiapoptotic Bcl-2 family proteins to regulate apoptosis

      APOPTOSIS
    2. Denecker, G; Vercammen, D; Steemans, M; Vanden Berghe, T; Brouckaert, G; Van Loo, G; Zhivotovsky, B; Fiers, W; Grooten, J; Declercq, W; Vandenabeele, P
      Death receptor-induced apoptotic and necrotic cell death: differential role of caspases and mitochondria

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    3. Guo, K; Searfoss, G; Krolikowski, D; Pagnoni, M; Franks, C; Clark, K; Yu, KT; Jaye, M; Ivashchenko, Y
      Hypoxia induces the expression of the pro-apoptotic gene BNIP3

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    4. Yu, J; Zhang, L; Hwang, PM; Kinzler, KW; Vogelstein, B
      PUMA induces the rapid apoptosis of colorectal cancer cells

      MOLECULAR CELL
    5. Schimmer, AD; Hedley, DW; Pham, NA; Chow, S; Minden, MD
      BAD induces apoptosis in cells over-expressing Bcl-2 or Bcl-xL without loss of mitochondrial membrane potential

      LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA
    6. Adams, JM; Cory, S
      Life-or-death decisions by the Bcl-2 protein family

      TRENDS IN BIOCHEMICAL SCIENCES
    7. Zhang, H; Holzgreve, W; De Geyter, C
      Bcl2-L-10, a novel anti-apoptotic member of the Bcl-2 family, blocks apoptosis in the mitochondria death pathway but not in the death receptor pathway

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    8. Aouacheria, A; Arnaud, E; Venet, S; Lalle, P; Gouy, M; Rigal, D; Gillet, G
      Nrh, a human homologue of Nr-13 associates with Bcl-Xs and is an inhibitorof apoptosis

      ONCOGENE
    9. Maslyar, DJ; Aoki, M; Vogt, PK
      The growth-promoting activity of the Bad protein in chicken embryo fibroblasts requires binding to protein 14-3-3

      ONCOGENE
    10. Chattopadhyay, A; Chiang, CW; Yang, E
      BAD/BCL-(xL) heterodimerization leads to bypass of G0/G1 arrest

      ONCOGENE
    11. Condorelli, F; Salomoni, P; Cotteret, S; Cesi, V; Srinivasula, SM; Alnemri, ES; Calabretta, B
      Caspase cleavage enhances the apoptosis-inducing effects of BAD

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Hirai, I; Wang, HG
      Survival-factor-induced phosphorylation of Bad results in its dissociationfrom Bcl-X-L but not Bcl-2

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    13. Makin, GWJ; Corfe, BM; Griffiths, GJ; Thistlethwaite, A; Hickman, JA; Dive, C
      Damage-induced Bax N-terminal change, translocation to mitochondria and formation of Bax dimers/complexes occur regardless of cell fate

      EMBO JOURNAL
    14. Yang, HZ; Masters, SC; Wang, HN; Fu, HA
      The proapoptotic protein Bad binds the amphipathic groove of 14-3-3 zeta

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    15. Leonard, JR; D'Sa, C; Cahn, BR; Korsmeyer, SJ; Roth, KA
      Bid regulation of neuronal apoptosis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Cuttle, L; Zhang, XJ; Endre, ZH; Winterford, C; Gobe, GC
      Bcl-X-L translocation in renal tubular epithelial cells in vitro protects distal cells from oxidative stress

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    17. Munger, J; Roizman, B
      The U(S)3 protein kinase of herpes simplex virus 1 mediates the posttranslational modification of BAD and prevents BAD-induced programmed cell death in the absence of other viral proteins

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    18. Harada, H; Andersen, JS; Mann, M; Terada, N; Korsmeyer, SJ
      p70S6 kinase signals cell survival as well as growth, inactivating the pro-apoptotic molecule BAD

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    19. Masters, SC; Yang, HZ; Datta, SR; Greenberg, ME; Fu, H
      14-3-3 inhibits bad-induced cell death through interaction with serine-136

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    20. Soane, L; Cho, HJ; Niculescu, F; Rus, H; Shin, ML
      C5b-9 terminal complement complex protects oligodendrocytes from death by regulating bad through phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase/Akt pathway

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    21. Ayllon, V; Cayla, X; Garcia, A; Roncal, F; Fernandez, R; Albar, JP; Martinez-A, C; Rebollo, A
      Bcl-2 targets protein phosphatase 1 alpha to bad

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    22. Verma, S; Zhao, LJ; Chinnadurai, G
      Phosphorylation of the pro-apoptotic protein BIK - Mapping of phosphorylation sites and effect on apoptosis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Guo, B; Godzik, A; Reed, JC
      Bcl-G, a novel pro-apoptotic member of the Bcl-2 family

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Tan, KO; Tan, KML; Chan, SL; Yee, KSY; Bevort, M; Ang, KC; Yu, VC
      MAP-1, a novel proapoptotic protein containing a BH3-like motif that associates with Bax through its Bcl-2 homology domains

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    25. Hammond, PW; Alpin, J; Rise, CE; Wright, M; Kreider, BL
      In vitro selection and characterization of Bcl-X-L-binding proteins from amix of tissue-specific mRNA display libraries

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Sapkota, GP; Kieloch, A; Lizcano, JM; Lain, S; Arthur, JSC; Williams, MR; Morrice, N; Deak, M; Alessi, DR
      Phosphorylation of the protein kinase mutated in Peutz-Jeghers cancer syndrome, LKB1/STK11, at Ser(431) by p90(RSK) and cAMP-dependent protein kinase, but not its farnesylation at Cys(433), is essential for LKB1 to suppress cell growth

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    27. Sun, YF; Yu, LY; Saarma, M; Timmusk, T; Arumae, U
      Neuron-specific Bcl-2 homology 3 domain-only splice variant of Bak is anti-apoptotic in neurons, but pro-apoptotic in non-neuronal cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    28. Antonsson, B; Montessuit, S; Sanchez, B; Martinou, JC
      Bax is present as a high molecular weight oligomer/complex in the mitochondrial membrane of apoptotic cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    29. Alimonti, JB; Shi, LF; Baijal, PK; Greenberg, AH
      Granzyme B induces BID-mediated cytochrome c release and mitochondrial permeability transition

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Ross, AJ; Amy, SP; Mahar, PL; Lindsten, T; Knudson, CM; Thompson, CB; Korsmeyer, SJ; MacGregor, GR
      BCLW mediates survival of postmitotic Sertoli cells by regulating BAX activity

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    31. Pasumarthi, KBS; Tsai, SC; Field, LJ
      Coexpression of mutant p53 and p193 renders embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes responsive to the growth-promoting activities of adenoviral E1A

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    32. Chiang, CW; Harris, G; Ellig, C; Masters, SC; Subramanian, R; Shenolikar, S; Wadzinski, BE; Yang, E
      Protein phosphatase 2A activates the proapoptotic function of BAD in interleukin-3-dependent lymphoid cells by a mechanism requiring 14-3-3 dissociation

      BLOOD
    33. Komatsu, K; Miyashita, T; Hang, HY; Hopkins, KM; Zheng, W; Cuddeback, S; Yamada, M; Lieberman, HB; Wang, HG
      Human homologue of S-pombe Rad9 interacts with BCL-2/BCL-x(L) and promotesapoptosis

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    34. Azar, Y; Lorberboum-Galski, H
      GnRH-Bik/Bax/Bak chimeric proteins target and kill adenocarcinoma cells; the general use of pro-apoptotic proteins of the Bcl-2 family as novel killing components of targeting chimeric proteins

      APOPTOSIS
    35. Korsmeyer, SJ; Wei, MC; Saito, M; Weller, S; Oh, KJ; Schlesinger, PH
      Pro-apoptotic cascade activates BID, which oligomerizes BAK or BAX into pores that result in the release of cytochrome c

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    36. Harris, MH; Thompson, CB
      The role of the Bcl-2 family in the regulation of outer mitochondrial membrane permeability

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    37. Ruffolo, SC; Breckenridge, DG; Nguyen, M; Goping, IS; Gross, A; Korsmeyer, SJ; Li, H; Yuan, J; Shore, GC
      BID-dependent and BID-independent pathways for BAX insertion into mitochondria

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    38. Roberts, ML; Virdee, K; Sampson, CPB; Gordon, I; Parone, P; Tolkovsky, AM
      The combination of Bcl-2 expression and NGF-deprivation facilitates the selective destruction of BAD protein in living sympathetic neurons

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    39. Cizeau, J; Ray, R; Chen, G; Gietz, RD; Greenberg, AH
      The C-elegans orthologue ceBNIP3 interacts with CED-9 and CED-3 but kills through a BH3-and caspase-independent mechanism

      ONCOGENE
    40. Yasuda, M; Chinnadurai, G
      Functional identification of the apoptosis effector BH3 domain in cellularprotein BNIP1

      ONCOGENE
    41. Lindenboim, L; Yuan, JY; Stein, R
      Bcl-x(S) and Bax induce different apoptotic pathways in PC12 cells

      ONCOGENE
    42. Salah-eldin, A; Inoue, S; Tsuda, M; Matsuura, A
      Abnormal intracellular localization of Bax with a normal membrane anchor domain in human lung cancer cell lines

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    43. Verma, S; Budarf, ML; Emanuel, BS; Chinnadurai, G
      Structural analysis of the human pro-apoptotic gene Bik: Chromosomal localization, genomic organization and localization of promoter sequences

      GENE
    44. Nouraini, S; Six, E; Matsuyama, S; Krajewski, S; Reed, JC
      The putative pore-forming domain of Bax regulates mitochondrial localization and interaction with Bcl-X-L

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    45. Eskes, R; Desagher, S; Antonsson, B; Martinou, JC
      Bid induces the oligomerization and insertion of Bax into the outer mitochondrial membrane

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    46. Antonsson, B; Montessuit, S; Lauper, S; Eskes, R; Martinou, JC
      Bax oligomerization is required for channel-forming activity in liposomes and to trigger cytochrome c release from mitochondria

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    47. Conus, S; Kaufmann, T; Fellay, I; Otter, I; Rosse, T; Borner, C
      Bcl-2 is a monomeric protein: prevention of homodimerization by structuralconstraints

      EMBO JOURNAL
    48. Suzuki, M; Youle, RJ; Tjandra, N
      Structure of Bax: Coregulation of dimer formation and intracellular localization

      CELL
    49. Xie, ZH; Reed, JC
      Analysis of dimerization of Bcl-2 family proteins by surface plasmon resonance

      APOPTOSIS
    50. Parrish, J; Metters, H; Chen, L; Xue, D
      Demonstration of the in vivo interaction of key cell death regulators by structure-based design of second-site suppressors

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    51. Bellows, DS; Chau, BN; Lee, P; Lazebnik, Y; Burns, WH; Hardwick, JM
      Antiapoptotic herpesvirus Bcl-2 homologs escape caspase-mediated conversion to proapoptotic proteins

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    52. Zhang, H; Huang, QH; Ke, N; Matsuyama, S; Hammock, B; Godzik, A; Reed, JC
      Drosophila pro-apoptotic Bcl-2/Bax homologue reveals evolutionary conservation of cell death mechanisms

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    53. Tan, Y; Demeter, MR; Ruan, H; Comb, MJ
      BAD Ser-155 phosphorylation regulates BAD/Bcl-XL interaction and cell survival

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    54. Murphy, KM; Streips, UN; Lock, RB
      Bcl-2 inhibits a Fas-induced conformational change in the Bax N terminus and Bax mitochondrial translocation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    55. Zhang, H; Cowan-Jacob, SW; Simonen, M; Greenhalf, W; Heim, J; Meyhack, B
      Structural basis of BFL-1 for its interaction with BAX and its anti-apoptotic action in mammalian and yeast cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    56. Zhang, XJ; Yan, J; Cuttle, L; Endre, Z; Gobe, G
      Escape from apoptosis after prolonged serum deprivation is associated withthe regulation of the mitochondrial death pathway by Bcl-x(L)

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    57. Holmgreen, SP; Huang, DCS; Adams, JM; Cory, S
      Survival activity of Bcl-2 homologs Bcl-w and A1 only partially correlateswith their ability to bind pro-apoptotic family members

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    58. Ohi, N; Tokunaga, A; Tsunoda, H; Nakano, K; Haraguchi, K; Oda, K; Motoyama, N; Nakajima, T
      A novel adenovirus E1B19K-binding protein B5 inhibits apoptosis induced byNip3 by forming a heterodimer through the C-terminal hydrophobic region

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    59. Harada, H; Becknell, B; Wilm, M; Mann, M; Huang, LJS; Taylor, SS; Scott, JD; Korsmeyer, SJ
      Phosphorylation and inactivation of BAD by mitochondria-anchored protein kinase A

      MOLECULAR CELL
    60. Bossy-Wetzel, E; Green, DR
      Apoptosis: checkpoint at the mitochondrial frontier

      MUTATION RESEARCH-DNA REPAIR
    61. Gross, A; McDonnell, JM; Korsmeyer, SJ
      BCL-2 family members and the mitochondria in apoptosis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    62. McDonnell, JM; Fushman, D; Milliman, CL; Korsmeyer, SJ; Cowburn, D
      Solution structure of the proapoptotic molecule BID: A structural basis for apoptotic agonists and antagonists

      CELL
    63. Korsmeyer, SJ; Gross, A; Harada, H; Zha, J; Wang, K; Yin, XM; Wei, M; Zinkel, S
      Death and survival signals determine active/inactive conformations of pro-apoptotic BAX, BAD, and BID molecules

      COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMPOSIA ON QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY
    64. Mok, CL; Gil-Gomez, G; Williams, O; Coles, M; Taga, S; Tolaini, M; Norton, T; Kioussis, D; Brady, HJM
      Bad can act as a key regulator of T cell apoptosis and T cell development

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    65. Desagher, S; Osen-Sand, A; Nichols, A; Eskes, R; Montessuit, S; Lauper, S; Maundrell, K; Antonsson, B; Martinou, JC
      Bid-induced conformational change of Bax is responsible for mitochondrial cytochrome c release during apoptosis

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    66. Tan, KO; Tan, KML; Yu, VC
      A novel BH3-like domain in BID is required for intramolecular interaction and autoinhibition of pro-apoptotic activity

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    67. Gross, A; Yin, XM; Wang, K; Wei, MC; Jockel, J; Millman, C; Erdjument-Bromage, H; Tempst, P; Korsmeyer, SJ
      Caspase cleaved BID targets mitochondria and is required for cytochrome c release, while BCL-X-L prevents this release but not tumor necrosis factor-R1/Fas death

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    68. Chen, G; Cizeau, J; Velde, CV; Park, JH; Bozek, G; Bolton, J; Shi, L; Dubik, D; Greenberg, A
      Nix and Nip3 form a subfamily of pro-apoptotic mitochondrial proteins

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    69. Korsmeyer, SJ
      BCL-2 gene family and the regulation of programmed cell death

      CANCER RESEARCH
    70. Horvitz, HR
      Genetic control of programmed cell death in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans

      CANCER RESEARCH
    71. Exley, GE; Tang, CY; McElhinny, AS; Warner, CM
      Expression of caspase and BCL-2 apoptotic family members in mouse preimplantation embryos

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    72. KANAZAWA K; IMAIZUMI K; MORI T; HONMA Y; TOJO M; TANNO Y; YOKOYA S; NIWA S; TOHYAMA M; TAKAGI T; WANAKA A
      EXPRESSION PATTERN OF A NOVEL DEATH-PROMOTING GENE, DP5, IN THE DEVELOPING MURINE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Molecular brain research
    73. WANG K; YIN XM; CHAO DT; MILLIMAN CL; KORSMEYER SJ
      BID - A NOVEL BH3 DOMAIN-ONLY DEATH AGONIST

      Genes & development
    74. BOYD JM; GALLO GJ; ELANGOVAN B; HOUGHTON AB; MALSTROM S; AVERY BJ; EBB RG; SUBRAMANIAN T; CHITTENDEN T; LUTZ RJ; CHINNADURAI G
      BIK, A NOVEL DEATH-INDUCING PROTEIN SHARES A DISTINCT SEQUENCE MOTIF WITH BCL-2 FAMILY PROTEINS AND INTERACTS WITH VIRAL AND CELLULAR SURVIVAL-PROMOTING PROTEINS

      Oncogene


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