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Subject: LITE: Human Molecular Genetics - May 1995 contents
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Thu, 13 Apr 1995 15:25:38 +0100

Human Molecular Genetics - ISSN 1964-6906
Volume 4, No 5
MAY 1995
Executive Editors:-
K E Davies, Oxford, UK
Huntington F Willard, Cleveland, OH, USA


A heterogeneous set of FMR1 proteins is widely distributed in mouse
tissues and is modulated in cell culture
     E W Khandjian, A Fortin, A Thibodeau, S Tremblay,
     F Cote, D Devys, J-L Mandel and F Rousseau                 P.783

A human homolog of the S.cerevisiae HIR1 and HIR2 transcriptional
repressors cloned from the DiGeorge syndrome critical region
     V Lamour, Y Lecluse, C Desmaze, M Spector, M Bodescot,
     A Aurias, M A Osley and M Lipinski                         P.791

Sex-specific meiotic recombination in the Prader-Willi/Angelman
syndrome imprinted region
     W P Robinson and M Lalande                                 P.801

Molecular features of the CAG repeats and clinical manifestation of
Machado-Joseph disease
     H Maruyama, S Nakamura, Z Matsuyama, T Sakai, M Doyu,
     G Sobue, M Seto, M Tsujihata, T Oh-i, T Nishio, N Sunohara,
     R Takahashi, M Hayashi, I Nishino, T Ohtake, T Oda,
     M Nishimura, T Saida, H Matsumoto, M Baba, Y Kawaguchi,
     A Kakizuka and H Kawakami                                  P.807

Reverse replication timing for the XIST gene in human fibroblasts
     R S Hansen, T K Canfield, and S M Gartler                  P.813

Mutation analysis of the RET receptor tyrosine kinase in Hirschsprung
     M Angrist, S Bolk, B Thiel, E G Puffenberger, R M Hofstra,
     C H C M Buys, D T Cass and A Chakravarti                   P.821

High resolution DNA Fiber-FISH for genomic DNA mapping and colour
bar-coding of large genes
     R J Florijn, L A J Bonden, H Vrolijk, J Wiegant,
     J-W Vaandrager, F Baas, J T den Dunnen, H J Tanke,
     G-J B van Ommen and A K Raap                               P.831

A novel dystrophin isoform is required for normal retinal
     V N D'Souza, N thi Man, G E Morris, W Karges,
     D-A M Pillers and P N Ray                                  P.837

Structural organisation and developmental expression pattern of the
mouse WD-repeat gene DMR-N9 immediately upstream of the myotonic
dystrophy locus
     G Jansen, D Bachner, M Coerwinkel, N Wormskamp, H Hameister
     and B Wieringa                                             P.843


No evidence that common allelic variation in the Amyloid Precursor
Protein (APP) gene confers susceptibility to Alzheimer's disease
     M B Liddell, A J Bayer and M J Owen                        P.853

The human Y chromosome homologue of XG: transcription of a naturally
truncated gene
     P A Weller, R Critcher, P N Goodfellow, J German
     and N A Ellis                                              P.859

The human protein kinase gene PKX1 on Xp22.3 displays Xp/Yp homology
and is a site of chromosomal instability
     A Klink, K Schiebel, M Winkelmann, E Rao, B Horsthemke,
     H-J Ludecke, U Claussen, G Scherer and G Rappold           P.869

Recombinant mapping of the familial hyperinsulinism gene to an 0.8 cM
region on chromosome 11p15.1 and demonstration of a founder effect in
Ashkenazi Jews
     B Glaser, K C Chiu, L Liu, R Anker, A Nestorowicz,
     N J Cox, H Landau, N Kaiser, P S Thornton, C A Stanley,
     E Cerasi, L Baker, H Donis-Keller and M A Permutt          P.879

The distribution of linkage disequilibrium over anonymous genome
     A C Peterson, A Di Rienzo, A-E Lehesjoki, A de la Chappelle,
     M Slatkin and N B Freimer                                  P.887

Characterization of FMR1 proteins isolated from different tissues
     C Verheij, E de Graff, C E Bakker, R Willemsen,
     P J Willems, N Meijer, H Galjaard, A J J Reuser,
     B A Oostra and A T Hoogeveen                               P.895

Human cell mutants with very low mitochondrial DNA copy number (rhod)
     F Vaillant and P Nagley                                    P.903

Neurofibromatosis 1 (NF1) mRNAs expressed in the central nervous
system are differentially spliced in the 5' part of the gene
     G Danglot, V Regnier, D Fauvet, G Vassal, M Kujas
     and A Bernheim                                             P.915

Mitochondrial DNA diversity in the Kuna Amerinds of Panama
     O Batista, C J Kolman and E Bermingham                     P.921

Localization of a novel X-linked congenital stationary night
blindness locus: close linkage to the RP3 type retinitis pigmentosa
gene region
     A A B Bergen, J B ten Brink, F Riemslag,
     E J M Schuurman and N Tijmes                               P.931

Nucleotide sequence analysis of the apolipoprotein B 3' VNTR
     D L Ellsworth, M D Shriver and E Boerwinkle                P.937

A third locus for hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia maps to
chromosome 12q
     P Vincent, H Plauchu, J Hazan, S Faure,
     J Weissenbach and J Godet                                  P.945

Correlation between fragment size at D4F104S1 and age at onset or at
wheelchair use, with a possible generational effect, accounts for
much phenotypic variation in 4q35-facioscapulohumeral muscular
dystrophy (FSHD)
     P W Lunt, P E Jardine, M C Koch, J Maynard, M Osborn,
     M Williams, P S Harper and  M Upadhyaya                    P.951

A homozygous nonsense mutation in the alpha3 chain gene of laminin 5
(LAMA3) in lethal (Herlitz) junctional epidermolysis bullosa
     S Kivirikko, J A McGrath, C Baudoin, D Aberdam,
     S Ciatti, M G S Dunnill, J R McMillan, R A J Eady,
     J-P Ortonne, G Meneguzzi, J Uitto and A M Christiano       P.959

Definition of the blepharophimosis, ptosis, epicanthus inversus
syndrome critical region at chromosome 3q23 based on the analysis of
the chromosomal anomalies
     C T Lawson, C Toomes, A Fryer, M J M Carette, G M Taylor,
     Y Fukushima and M J Dixon                                  P.963


Molecular analysis of type II 3beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase gene
in Japanese patients with classical 3beta-hydroxysteroid
dehydrogenase deficiency
     T Tajima, K Fujieda, J Nakae, N Shinohara,
     M Yoshimoto, T Baba, E-i Kinoshita, Y Igarashi
     and T Oomura                                               P.969

Author index                                                    P.973

Human Molecular Genetics is a monthly journal of original peer-
reviewed research, published by Oxford University Press.  In addition
to the regular monthly issues, a special review issue, reviewing
important developments in the field, is published each year.

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shortly to be printed.  Copies are scheduled for despatch to
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