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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: LITE: Human Molecular Genetics - Contents 4/8
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Tue, 4 Jul 1995 18:58:13 +0100

Human Molecular Genetics - ISSN 1964-6906
Volume 4, No 8
August 1995
Executive Editors:-
K E Davies, Oxford, UK
Huntington F Willard, Cleveland, OH, USA


Expression of human full-length and minidystrophin in
transgenic mdx mice: implications for gene therapy of Duchenne
muscular dystrophy
     D J Wells, K E Wells, E A Asante, G Turner,
     Y Sunada, K P Campbell, F S Walsh and G Dickson.   P.1245

Expression of full-length and truncated dystrophin mini-genes
in transgenic mdx mice
     S F Phelps, M A Hauser, N M Cole, J A Rafael,
     R T Hinkle, J A Faulkner and J S Chamberlain.                   P.1251

Comparison of the positional cloning methods used to isolate
the BRCA1 gene
     K Harshman, R Bell, J Rosenthal, H Katcher, Y Miki,
     J Swenson, Z Gholami, C Frye, W Ding, P Dayananth,
     K Eddington, F H Norris, P K Bristow, R Phelps,
     T Hattier, S Stone, D Shaffer, S Bayer, C Hussey,
     T Tran, K Richardson, B Dehoff, M Lai, P R Rosteck,Jr,
     M H Skolnick, D Shattuck-Eidens and A Kamb.                     P.1259

On unequal allelic expression of the neurofibromin gene in
neurofibromatosis type 1
     S Hoffmeyer, G Assum, J Griesser, D Kaufmann,
     P Nurnberg and W Krone.                                         P.1267

Allelic association and deletions in autosomal recessive
proximal spinal muscular atrophy: association of marker
genotype with disease severity and candidate cDNAs
     B Wirth, E Hahnen, K Morgan, C J DiDonato,
     A Dadze, S Rudnik-Schoneborn, L R Simard,
     K Zerres and A H M Burghes.                                     P.1273

A large deletion together with a point mutation in the GALC
gene is a common mutant allele in patients with infantile
Krabbe disease
     M A Rafi, P Luzi, Y Q Chen and D A Wenger.                      P.1285

Model for a transcript map of human chromosome 21: isolation
of new coding sequences from exon and enriched cDNA libraries
     M-L Yaspo, L Gellen, R Mott, B Korn, D Nizetic,
     A Poustka and H Lehrach.                                        P.1291


Localization of 102 exons to a 2.5 Mb region involved in Down
     D Lucente, H M Chen, D Shea, S N Samec, M Rutter,
     R Chrast, C Rossier, A Buckler, S E Antonarakis and
     M K McCormick.                                                  P.1305

A widespread amino acid polymorphism at codon 905 of the
glycogen-associated regulatory subunit of protein
phosphatase-1 is associated with insulin resistance and
hypersecretion of insulin
     L Hansen, T Hansen, H Vestergaard, C Bjorbaek,
     S M Echwald, J O Clausen, Y H Chen, M X Chen,
     P T W Cohen and O Pedersen.                                     P.1313

Characterization of the 5' region of the Fanconi anaemia group
C (FACC) gene
     A Savoia, M Centra, L Ianzano, G P de Cillis,
     L Zelante and M Buchwald.                                       P.1321

Spectrum of mitochondrial DNA rearrangements in the Pearson
marrow-pancreas syndrome
     A Rotig, T Bourgeron, D Chretien, P Rustin and
     A Munnich.                                                      P.1327

A novel nonsense mutation in the PKD1 gene (C3817T) is
associated with autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease
(ADPKD) in a large three-generation Italian family
     A E Turco, S Rossetti, E Bresin, S Corra',
     L Gammaro, G Maschio and P F Pignatti.                          P.1331

A transcribed human sequence related to the mouse HC1 and the
human papillomavirus type 18 E5 genes is located at chromosome
     C Geisen, H Delius, P Lichter and T Kahn.                       P.1337

A yeast artificial chromosome contig from human chromosome
14q24 spanning the Alzheimer's disease locus AD3
     R F Clark, M Cruts, K M Korenblat, C He, C Talbot,
     C Van Broeckhoven and A M Goate.                                P.1347

Genetic and physical characterization of the early-onset
Alzheimer's disease AD3 locus on chromosome 14q24.3
     M Cruts, H Backhovens, J Theuns, R F Clark,
     D Le Paslier, J Weissenbach, A M Goate, J-J Martin
     and C Van Broeckhoven.                                          P.1355

Expression of the Huntington's disease (IT15) protein product
in HD patients
     G Schilling, A H Sharp, S J Loev, M V Wagster,
     S-H Li, O C Stine and C A Ross.                                 P.1365

Isolation of chromosome-specific genes by reciprocal probing
of arrayed cDNA and cosmid libraries
     C C Lee, A Yazdani, M Wehnert, Z Y Zhao,
     E A Lindsay, J Bailey, M I Coolbaugh, L Couch,
     M Xiong, A C Chinault, A Baldini and C T Caskey.                P.1373

Diversity of RET proto-oncogene mutations in familial and
sporadic Hirschsprung disease
     T Attie, A Pelet, P Edery, C Eng, L M Mulligan,
     J Amiel, L Boutrand, C Beldjord, C Nihoul-Fekete,
     A Munnich, B A J Ponder and S Lyonnet.                          P.1381

Crouzon syndrome: mutations in two spliceoforms of FGFR2 and a
common point mutation shared with Jackson-Weiss syndrome
     M C Gorry, R A Preston, G J White, Y Zhang,
     V K Singhal, H W Losken, M G Parker, N A Nwokoro,
     J C Post and G D Ehrlich.                                       P.1387

Autosomal recessive lamellar icthyosis: identification of a
new mutation in transglutaminase 1 and evidence for genetic
     L Parmentier, C Blanchet-Bardon, S Nguyen,
     J-F Prud'homme, L Dubertret and J Weissenbach.                  P.1391

Myotonia levior is a chloride channel disorder
     F Lehmann-Horn, V Mailander, R Heine and
     A L George.                                                     P.1397

Inactivation of Apoe and Apoc1 by two consecutive rounds of
gene targeting: effects on mRNA expression levels of gene
cluster members
     J H van Ree, W J J A van den Broek, A van der Zee,
     V E H Dahlmans, B Wieringa, R R Frants,
     L M Havekes and M H Hofker.                                     P.1403

Friedreich's ataxia: a defect in signal transduction?
     J J Carvajal, M A Pook, K Doudney, R Hillermann,
     D Wilkes, S Al-Mahdawi, R Williamson and
     S Chamberlain.                                                  P.1411

Maternally inherited hearing loss, ataxia and myoclonus
associated with a novel point mutation in mitochondrial
     V Tiranti, P Chariot, F Carella, A Toscano, P Soliveri,
     P Girlanda, F Carrara, G M Fratta, F M Reid,
     C Mariotti and M Zeviani.                                       P.1421

A nonsense mutation of the human luteinizing hormone receptor
gene in Leydig cell hypoplasia
     L Laue, S-M Wu, M Kudo, A J W Hsueh, G B Cutler,Jr,
     J E Griffin, J D Wilson, C Brain, A C Berry,
     D B Grant and W-Y Chan.                                         P.1429


Linkage of autosomal dominant iris hypoplasia to the region of
the Rieger syndrome locus (4q25)
     E Heon, B P Sheth, J W Kalenak, S L F Sunden,
     L M Streb, C M Taylor, W L M Alward, V C Sheffield
     and E M Stone.                                                  P.1435

Localization of autosomal dominant cerebellar ataxia
associated with retinal degeneration and anticipation to
chromosome 3p12-p21.1
     M Holmberg, J Johansson, L Forsgren, J Heijbel,
     O Sandgren and G Holmgren.                                      P.1441

A gene for Leber's congenital amaurosis maps to chromosome 17p
     A Camuzat, H Dollfus, J-M Rozet, S Gerber,
     D Bonneau, M Bonnemaison, M-L Briard,
     J-L Dufier, I Ghazi, C Leowski, J Weissenbach,
     J Frezal, A Munnich and J Kaplan.                               P.1447

Localization of the syndactyly type II (synpolydactyly) locus
to 2q31 region and identification of tight linkage to HOXD8
intragenic marker
     M Sarfarazi, A N Akarsu and B S Sayli.                          P.1453

An eighth locus for autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa is
linked to chromosome 17q
     S Bardien, N Ebenezer, J Greenberg, C F Inglehearn,
     L Bartmann, R Goliath, P Beighton, R Ramesar and
     S S Bhattacharya.                                               P.1459


Recurrent nasal polyps as a monosymptomatic form of cystic
fibrosis associated with a novel in-frame deletion (591del18)
the CFTR gene
     R Varon, K Magdorf, D Staab, H-U Wahn,
     M Krawczak, K Sperling and A Reis.                              P.1463

Molecular analysis of four males with mental retardation and
deletions of Xq21 places the putative Mr region in Xq21.1
between DXS233 and CHM
     M May, L Colleaux, A Murgia, A Aylsworth,
     R Nussbaum, M Fontes and C Schwartz.                            P.1465

Further mutations in Brain 4 (POU3F4) clarify the phenotype in
the X-linked deafness, DFN3
     M Bitner-Glindzicz, P Turnpenny, P Hoglund,
     H Kaariainen, E-M Sankila, S M van der Maarel,
     Y J M de Kok, H-H Ropers, F P M Cremers,
     M Pembrey and S Malcolm.                                        P.1467

A de novo frame-shift mutation in the tuberin gene
     A Kumar, C Wolpert, R S Kandt, J Segal, J Pufky,
     A D Roses, M A Pericak-Vance and J R Gilbert.                   P.1471

Author index                                                         P.1473


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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which is shortly to be printed.  Copies are scheduled for
despatch to subscribers on the 20 July 1995.  If you would
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