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Volume 1, Issue 10, pp. 318 - 351, October 2014

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Cover: Following oxidative stress, cyclin C is relocalized from the nucleus to the outer membrane of the mitochondria where it interacts with the fission machinery and is required for stress-induced mitochondrial fission. The fluorescent images represent this relocalization in S. cerevisiae cells harboring YFP-cyclin C (green) and mitochondria-DsRed constructs before (upper left) and after (lower right) addition of 1mM H2O2. 100X magnification, deconvolved images of 0.2 µM slices at 0.2 µM spacing. Image acquired by Randy Strich and Katrina F. Cooper (Rowan University, USA). The cover is published under the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license. Enlarge issue cover

The dual role of cyclin C connects stress regulated gene expression to mitochondrial dynamics

Randy Strich, Katrina F. Cooper

Reviews | page 318-324 | 10.15698/mic2014.10.169 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

An extensive endoplasmic reticulum-localised glycoprotein family in trypanosomatids

Harriet Allison, Amanda J. O’Reilly, Jeremy Sternberg, Mark C. Field

Research Articles | page 325-345 | 10.15698/mic2014.10.170 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

Divide and conquer: processive transport enables multidrug transporters to tackle challenging drugs

Nir Fluman, Eitan Bibi

Microreviews | page 349-351 | 10.15698/mic2014.10.172 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

On the link between cell cycle and infection of the Alphaproteobacterium Brucella abortus

Michaël Deghelt, Jean-Jacques Letesson, Xavier De Bolle

Microreviews | page 346-348 | 10.15698/mic2014.10.171 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

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