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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: LITE: NAR 23/12 - contents
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 1995 12:04:09 +0100

Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 23:12
25 June 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

Stereochemistry-dependent bending in
oligonucleotide duplexes induced by
site-specific covalent benzo[a]pyrene diol
epoxide-guanine lesions
     Rong Xu, Bing Mao, Jing Xu, Bin Li, Sheryl
     Birke, Charles E. Swenberg and Nicholas E.

DNase I-hypersensitive sites in the chromatin
of rat growth hormone gene locus and enhancer
activity of regions with these sites
     Akira Aizawa, Tadashi Yoneyama, Koji
     Kazahari and Masao Ono

Characterization of a glucocorticoid
responsive element and identification of an
AT-rich element that regulate the link
protein gene
     Craig Rhodes and Yoshihiko Yamada

Molecular cloning of LSIRF, a
lymphoid-specific member of the interferon
regulatory factor family that binds the
interferon-stimulated response element (ISRE)
     Toshifumi Matsuyama, Alex Grossman,
     Hans-Willi Mittrucker, David P. Siderovski,
     Friedemann Kiefer, Takatoshi Kawakami,
     Christopher D. Richardson, Tadatsugu
     Taniguchi, Steven K. Yoshinaga and Tak W.

Fluorescent dye-primer cycle sequencing using
unpurified PCR products as templates;
development of a protocol amenable to
high-throughput DNA sequencing
     Michael K. Trower, Doreen Burt, Ian J.
     Purvis, Colin W. Dykes and Chris

Stability of lac repressor-operator complexes
in a new agarose-based gel matrix
     Karen M. Vossen and Michael G. Fried

Structural and functional characterization of
the promoter regions of the NFKB2 gene
     Luigia Lombardi, Paolo Ciana, Catarina
     Cappellini, Dino Trecca, Luisa Guerrini,
     Anna Migliazza, Anna Teresa Maiolo and
     Antonino Neri

Polyamine effects on purine-purine-pyrimidine
triple helix formation by phosphodiester and
phosphorothioate oligodeoxyribonucleotides
     Marco Musso and Michael W. Van Dyke

Mammalian assay for site-specific DNA damage
processing using the human H-ras
     Loretta Arcangeli and Kandace J. Williams

The Xenopus 9 bp ribosomal terminator (T3
box) is a pause signal for the RNA polymerase
I elongation complex
     Paul Labhart

Human helicase gene SKI2W in the HLA class
III region exhibits striking structural
similarities to the yeast antiviral gene SKI2
and to the human gene KIAA0052: emergence of
a new gene family
     Andrew W. Dangel, Liming Shen, Anna R.
     Mendoza, Lai-chu Wu and C. Yung Yu

The interaction of DNA duplexes containing
2-aminopurine with restriction endonucleases
EcoRII and SsoII
     O. V. Petrauskene, S. Schmidt, A. S.
     Karyagina, I. I. Nikolskaya, E.S. Gromova
     and D. Cech

Autoregulation of poly(A) binding protein
synthesis in vitro
     Osvaldo P. de Melo Neto, Nancy Standart
     and Cezar Martins de Sa

The DNA repair genes RAD54 and UNG1 are cell
cycle regulated in budding yeast but MCB
promoter elements have no essential role in
the DNA damage response
     Leland H. Johnston and Anthony L. Johnson

Stereochemical basis of DNA bending by
transcription factors
     Masashi Suzuki and Naoto Yagi

Triple helix DNA alters nucleosomal
histone-DNA interactions and acts as a
nucleosome barrier
     Lorelei Westin, Patrik Blomquist, John F.
     Milligan and Orjan Wrange

Human DNA polymerase epsilon is expressed during
cell proliferation in a manner characteristic
of replicative DNA polymerases
     Jussi Tuusa, Lahja Uitto and Juhani E.

ZEMa, a member of a novel group of MADS box
genes, is alternatively spliced in maize
     Katharina Montag, Francesco Salamini and
     Richard D. Thompson

DNA binding and regulatory effects of
transcription factors SP1 and USF at the rat
amyloid precursor protein gene promoter
     Peter W. Hoffman and Jeffrey M. Chernak

Relative stabilities of DNA three-way,
four-way and five-way junctions (multi-helix
junction loops): unpaired nucleotides can be
stabilizing or destabilizing
     Julie L. Kadrmas, Amy J. Ravin and Neocles
     B. Leontis

Improved accumulation and activity of
ribozymes expressed from a tRNA-based RNA
polymerase III promoter
     James D. Thompson, David F. Ayers, Terra A.
     Malmstrom, Timothy L. McKenzie, Louis
     Ganousis, Bharat M. Chowrira, Larry Couture
     and Dan T. Stinchcomb

cIRF-3, a new member of the interferon
regulatory factor (IRF) family that is
rapidly and transiently induced by dsRNA
     Caroline E. Grant, Monika Z. Vasa, and Roger
     G. Deeley

Solution structure of a DNA hairpin and its
disulfide cross-linked analog
     Robert J. Cain, Erik R. P. Zuiderweg and
Gary D. Glick

Gram-scale purification of phosphorothioate
oligonucleotides using ion-exchange
displacement chromatography
     Joseph A. Gerstner, Paula Pedroso, Joseph
     Morris and B. John Bergot

SSCP primer design based on single-strand DNA
structure predicted by a DNA folding program
     David A. Nielsen, Alexey Novoradovsky and
     David Goldman

Transcription and processing of the rodent ID
repeat family in germline and somatic cells
     Joomyeong Kim, David H. Kass and Prescott
     L. Deininger

Ribozyme-mediated RNA degradation in nuclei
     Olaf Heidenreich, Shin-Heh Kang, David A.
     Brown, Xiao Xu, Piotr Swiderski, John J.
     Rossi, Fritz Eckstein and Michael

Analysis of the Escherichia coli genome VI:
DNA sequence of the region from 92.8 through
100 minutes
     Valerie Burland, Guy Plunkett III, Heidi J.
     Sofia, Donna L. Daniels and Frederick R.

Transcription of the human transferrin gene
in neuronal cells
     Bassel E. Sawaya and Evelyne Schaeffer

A family of cold-regulated RNA-binding
protein genes in the cyanobacterium Anabaena
variabilis M3
     Naoki Sato

Molecular cloning of cDNA encoding mouse
Cdc21 and CDC46 homologs and characterization
of the products: physical interaction between
P1(MCM3) and CDC46 proteins
     Hiroshi Kimura, Nanako Takizawa, Nobuo
     Nozaki and Kazunori Sugimoto

A new affinity purification procedure for
DNA-binding proteins using bromoacetyl
     Shin-Heh Kang, Xiao Xu, Olaf Heidenreich,
     Sergei Gryaznov and Michael Nerenberg

Dexamethasone inducible gene expression
optimised by glucocorticoid antagonists
     Wolfgang Mikulits, Doris Chen and Ernst W.

Chasing dideoxy-mediated sequencing reactions
with terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase
may result in nucleotide inversions in
sequencing gels
     Claire Simard and Isabelle Langlois

Improved phenol enhanced DNA reassociation
technique (PERT) using thermal cycling
     Robert D. Miller and Roy Riblet

Increasing the size of PCR products without
redesigning primer binding sequences
     Brian J. McKeown and Romelle Piercy

The effect of base mismatches in the
substrate recognition helices of hammerhead
ribozymes on binding and catalysis
     Martina Werner and Olke C. Uhlenbeck

Phylogenetic analysis of Leishmania RNA virus
and Leishmania suggests ancient
virus-parasite association
     Giovanni Widmer and Sheryl Dooley

Functional domains of the heavy
metal-responsive transcription regulator
     Freddy Radtke, Oleg Georgiev, Hans-Peter
     Muller, Enrico Brugnera and Walter Schaffner


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