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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: LITE: Nucleic Acids Research Vol 23 No 21
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 1995 14:40:27 +0100

Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 23:21 11 November 1995

Executive Editors:-

R. T. Walker, Birmingham, UK
R. J. Roberts, Beverly, MA, USA
K. Calame, New York, NY, USA
I. C. Eperon, Leicester, UK
M. J. Gait, Cambridge, UK
H. J. Gross, Wurzburg, Germany
R. I. Gumport, Urbana, IL, USA
R. B. Hallick, Tucson, AZ, USA
S. Linn, Berkeley, CA, USA
R. T. Simpson, University Park, PA, USA

AU      Deissler-H.   Genc-B.   Doerfler-W.
TI      Restriction endonuclease BsoFl is
          sensitive to the 5'-methylation of
          deoxycytidines in its recognition sequence
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
          P 4227-4228

AU      Koonin-E-V.   Zhou-S.   Lucchesi-J-C.
TI      The chromo superfamily:  new members,
          duplication of the    chromo domain and
          possible role in delivering transcription
        regulators to chromatin
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4229-4233

AU      Gregory-S-T.   Dahlberg-A-E.
TI      Nonsense suppressor and antisuppressor
          mutations at the 1409-1491 base pair in
          the decoding region of Escherichia coli
          16S rRNA
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4234-4238

AU      Benimetskaya-L.   Tonkinson-J-L.
          Koziolkiewicz-M.      Karwowski-B.   Guga-P.
          Zeltser-R.   Stec-W.   Stein-C-A.
TI      Binding of phosphorothioate
          oligodeoxynucleotides to basic fibroblast
          growth factor, recombinant soluble CD4,
          laminin and fibonectin is P-chirality
          independent
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4239-4245

AU      Baumstark-T.   Riesner-D.
TI      Only one of four possible secondary
          structures of the central conserved
          region of potato spindle tuber viroid is a
          substrate for processing in a potato
          nuclear extract
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4246-4254

AU      Azhayeva-E.   Azhayev-A.   Guzaev-A.
          Lonnberg-H.
TI      Selective binding of looped
          oligonucleotides to a single-stranded DNA
          and its influence on replication in vitro
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4255-4261

AU      Chau-K-Y.   Patel-U-A.   Lee-K-L-D.
          Lam-H-Y-P.   Crane-Robinson-C.
TI      The gene for the human architectural
          transcription factor HMGI-C consists of
          five exons each coding for a distinct
          functional element
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4262-4266

AU      Dodou-E.   Sparrow-D-B.   Mohun-T.
          Treisman-R.
TI      MEF2 proteins, including MEF2A, are
          expressed in both muscle and non-muscle
          cells
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4267-4274

AU      Shen-J-C.   Zingg-J-M.   Yang-A-S.
          Schmutte-C.   Jones-P-A.
TI      A mutant HpaII methyltransferase
          functions as a mutator enzyme
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4275-4282

AU      Bates-P-J.   Macaulay-V-M.   McLean-M-J.
          Jenkins-T-C.  Reszka-A-P.   Laughton-C-A.
          Neidle-S.
TI      Characteristics of triplex-directed
          photoadduct formation by psoralen-linked
          oligodeoxynucleotides
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4283-4289

AU      Rosenberg-H-F.   Dyer-K-D.
TI      Human ribonuclease 4 (Rnase 4):  coding
          sequence, chromosomal localization and
          identification of two distinct
        transcripts in human somatic tissues
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4290-4295

AU      Witt-I.   Kwart-M.   Gross-T.   Kaufer-N-F.
TI      The tandem repeat AGGGTAGGGT is, in the
          fission yeast, a proximal activation
          sequence and activates basal transcription
          mediated by the sequence TGTGACTG
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4296-4302

AU      Smith-G-K.   Jie-J.   Fox-G-E.   Gao-X.
TI      DNA CTG triplet repeats involved in
          dynamic mutations of neurologically
          related gene sequences form stable duplexes
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4303-4311

AU      Grosjean-H.   Constantinesco-F.   Foiret-D.
          Benachenhou-N.
TI      A novel enzymatic pathway leading to 1-
          methylinosine modification in Haloferax
          volcanii tRNA
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4312-4319

AU      Sancar-G-B.   Ferris-R.   Smith-F-W.
         Vandeberg-B.
TI      Promoter elements of the PHR1 gene of
          Saccharomyces cerevisiae and thier roles in
          the response to DNA damage
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4320-4328

AU      Preiser-P.   Williamson-D-H.   Wilson-R-J-M.
TI      tRNA genes transcribed from the plastid-
          like DNA of Plasmodium falciparum
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4329-4336

AU      Park-H.   Davis-R.   Wang-T-S-F.
TI      Studies of Schizosaccharomyces pombe DNA
polymerase at different stages of the cell cycle
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4337-4344

AU      Yang-Q.   Radebaugh-C-A.   Kubaska-W.
           Geiss-G-K.  Paule-M-R.
TI      Acanthamoeba castellani contains a
          ribosomal RNA enhancer binding protein
          which stimulates TIF-IB binding and
          transcription under stringent conditions
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4345-4352

AU      Yant-S-R.   Zhu-W.   Millinoff-D.
          Slightom-J-L.   Goodman-M.
          Gumucio-D-L.
TI      High affinity YY1 binding motifs:
          identification of two core    types (ACAT
          and CCAT) and distribution of potential
        binding sites within the human   globin
          cluster
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4353-4362

AU      Van-Aerschot-A.   Rozenski-J.   Loakes-D.
           Pillet-N.   Schepers-G.   Herdewijn-P.
TI      An acyclic 5-nitroindazole nucleoside
          analogue as ambiguous nucleoside
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4363-4370

AU      Cooper-C.   Henderson-A.   Artandi-S.
          Avitahl-N.   Calame-K.
TI      Ig/EBP (C/EBP  ) is a transdominant
          negative inhibitor of C/EBP family
          transcriptional activators
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4371-4377

AU      Gray-P-J.
TI      Sulphur mustards inhibit binding of
          transcription factor AP2 in vitro
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4378-4382

AU      Nakahigashi-K.   Yanagi-H.   Yura-T.
TI      Isolation and sequence analysis of rpoH
          genes encoding homologs from gram
          negative bacteria:  conserved mRNA and
          protein segments for heat shock regulation
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4383-4390

AU      Branch-A-D.   Polaskova-J-A.
          Schreiber-D-R.
TI      T   studies of tertiary structure from
          the human hepatitis delta agent which
          functions in vitro as a ribozyme control
        element
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4391-4399

AU      Sergeyev-D-S.   Godovikova-T-S.
          Zarytova-V-F.
TI      Catalytic site-specific cleavage of a
          DNA-target by an oligonucleotide carrying
          bleomycin A5
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4400-4406

AU      Vos-P.   Hogers-R.   Bleeker-M.
          Reijans-M.   van-de-Lee-T.  Hornes-M.
          Frijters-A.   Pot-J.   Peleman-J.
          Kuiper-M.   Zabeau-M.
TI      AFLP: a new technique for DNA
          fingerprinting
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4407-4414

AU      Rouquier-S.   Trask-B-J.   Taviaux-S.
          van-den-Engh-G.  Diriong-S.
          Lennon-G-G.  Giorgi-D.
TI      Direct selection of cDNAs using whole
          chromosomes
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4415-4420

AU      Balciunas-D.   Ronne-H.
TI      Three subunits of the RNA polymerase II
          mediator complex are involved in glucose
          repression
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4421-4425

AU      Li-C.   Hwa-K.   Englund-P-T.
TI      A DNase from the trypanosomatid Crithidia
          fasciculata
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4426-4433

AU      Beigelman-L.   Karpeisky-A.
          Matulic-Adamic-J.   Haeberli-P.   Sweedler-D.
          Usman-N.
TI      Synthesis of 2'-modified nucleotides and
          their incorporation into hammerhead
          ribozymes
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4434-4442

AU      Thommes-P.   Marton-R-F.   Cotterill-S.
TI      Purification and characterisation of a
          DNA helicase, dhel I, from Drosophila
          melanogaster embryos
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4443-4450

AU      Bergemann-J.   Kuhlcke-K.   Fehse-B.
          Ratz-I.   Ostertag-W.  Lother-H.
TI      Excision of specific DNA-sequences from
          integrated retroviral vectors via site-
          specific recombination
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4451-4456

AU      Hyde-DeRuyscher-R-P.   Jennings-E.
          Shenk-T.
TI      DNA binding sites for the transcriptional
          activator/repress or YY1
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4457-4465

AU      Hur-M.   Waring-R-B.
TI      Two group I introns with a C  G basepair
          at the 5' splice-site instead of the very
          highly conserved U  G basepair:  is
        selection post-translational?
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4466-4470

AU      Davis-J-P.   Janjic-N.   Pribnow-D.
          Zichi-D-A.
TI      Alignment editing and identification of
          consensus secondary structures for
          nucleic acid sequences: interactive use of
          dot matrix representations
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4471-4479

AU      Arkhipova-I-R.
TI      Complex patterns of transcription of a
          Drosophila retrotransposon in vivo and in
          vitro by RNA polymerases II and III
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4480-4487

AU      Berger-I.  Su-L.   Spitzner-J-R.   Kang-C.
          Burke-T-G.   Rich-A.
TI      Molecular structure of the halogenated
          anti-cancer drug iododoxorubicin complexed
          with d(TGTACA) and d (CGATCG)
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 448-4494

AU      Li-H.   Porter-K.   Huang-F.   Shaw-B-R.
TI      Boron-containing oligodeoxyribonucleotide
          14mer duplexes: enzymatic synthesis and
          melting studies
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4495-4501

AU      Warshawsky-D.   Miller-L.
TI      Tissue-specific in vivo protein-DNA
          interactions at the promoter region of
          the Xenopus 63 kDa keratin gene during
        metamorphosis
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4502-4509

AU      Kandimalla-E-R.   Manning-A-N.
          Venkataraman-G.   Sasisekharan-V.
          Agrawal-S.
TI      Single strand targeted triplex formation:
          targeting purine-pyrimidine mixed
          sequences using abasic linkers
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4510-4517

AU      Grimm-E.   Arbuthnot-P.
TI      Rapid purification of recombinant Taq DNA
          polymerase by freezing and high temperature
          thawing of bacterial expression cultures
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4518-4519

AU      Bertioli-D-J.   Schlichter-U-H-A.
         Adams-M-J.   Burrows-P-R.   Steinbiss-H-H.
         Antoniw-J-F.
TI      An analysis of differential display shows
          a strong bias towards high copy number mRNAs
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4520-4523

AU      Chen-X.   Baumstark-T.   Steger-G.
          Riesner-D.
TI      High resolution SSCP by optimization of
          the temperature by transverse TGGE
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4525-4525

AU      Markie-D.
TI      Arrayed preparation of YAC DNA for pulsed
          field gel analysis
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4526-4527

AU      Xu-H.   Wei-H.   Kolluri-R.   Weissman-S-M.
TI      A simplified approach for isolating
          oligo(dT) primed cDNA clones with probes
          generated by cDNA selection
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4528-4529

AU      Datta-A-K.
TI      Efficient amplification using
          'megaprimer' by asymmetric polymerase
          chain reaction
SO      Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 November 11.
          23 (21).
        P 4530-4531

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