ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-060119-3
Hwang-Shum, Jen-Jen
Email: jenjen@zebrafish.org
URL: http://zfin.org/cgi-bin/webdriver?MIval=aa-labview.apg&OID=ZDB-LAB-991005-53
Affiliation: Zebrafish International Resource Center (ZIRC)
Address: 5274 University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403-5274 USA
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
NON-ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS
Gussin, G. N., Hwang, J.-J., Matz, K., Zuber, M., and Court, D. L. (1985) Activation and repression of the λ PRE promoter by cII protein. In Sequence specificity in Transcription and Translation, (Calender, R., and Gold, L. eds.), UCLA Symposium on Molecular and Cellular Biology, New Series, vol.30 pp.229-238, Alan R. Liss Inc., New York.

Hwang, J.-J., Brown, S., and Gussin, G. N. (1988) Characterization of a doubly mutant derivative of the λ PRM promoter: effects of mutations on activation of PRM. J. Mol. Biol. 200(4):695-708.

Hwang, J.-J., Brown, S., and Gussin, G. N. (1988) Interaction between E.coli RNA polymerase and lambda repressor: mutations in PRM affect repression of PR. J. Mol. Biol. 200(4): 735-739.

Clark, K. L., Davis, N. G., Wiest, D. K., Hwang-Shum, J.-J., and Sprague, G. F., Jr. (1988) Response of yeast α cells to a factor pheromone: Topology of the receptor and identification of a component of the response pathway. In Molecular Biology of Signal Transduction. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology vol. 53 pp. 611-620. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York, New York.

Hwang, J.-J., Ferm, J., Brown, S., and Gussin, G. N. (1989) Promoter sequences affect interactions of RNA polymerase with specific activator proteins. In DNA-protein Interactions in Transcription. (Gralla, J. D. ed.) UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology, New Series, vol. 95, pp.53-62. Alan R. Liss Inc., New York.

Hwang-Shum, J.-J., Hagen, D. C., Jarvis, E. E., Westby, C. A., and Sprague, G. F., Jr. (1991) Relative contributions of MCM1 and STE12 to Transcriptional activation of a- and α–specific genes from Saccharomyces cerebisiae. Mol. Gen. Genet. 227(2): 197-204.

Bruhn, L., Hwang-Shum, J.-J., and Sprague, G. F., Jr. (1992) The N-terminal 96 residues of MCM1, a regulator of cell type-specific genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, are sufficient for DNA binding, transcription activation, and interaction with α 1. Mol. Cell. Biol. 12(8):3563-3572.