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Subject: LITE: Nucleic Acids Research - NAR 23:11
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Sat, 27 May 1995 12:12:34 +0100

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Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 23:11
11 June 1995
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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
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CONTENTS
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T-cell specific avian TdT: characterization
of the cDNA and recombinant enzyme
     Baoli Yang, Karen N. Gathy and Mary Sue
     Coleman

Characterisation of a novel minisatellite
that provides multiple splice donor sites in
an interferon-induced transcript
     Maria-Grazia Turri, Karen A. Cuin and
     Andrew C. G. Porter

The optimal binding sequence of the Hox11
protein contains a predicted recognition core
motif
     Shaojun Tang and Martin L. Breitman

Consensus inverted terminal repeat sequence
of Paramecium IESs: resemblance to termini of
Tc1-related and Euplotes Tec transposons
     Lawrence A. Klobutcher and Glenn Herrick

Gene conversion during vector insertion in
embryonic stem cells
     Paul Hasty, Jaime Rivera-Perez and Allan
     Bradley

Base-pair opening and spermine binding-B-DNA
features displayed in the crystal structure
of a gal operon fragment: implications for
protein-DNA recognition
     Leslie W. Tari and Anthony S. Secco

Template-switching during DNA synthesis by
Thermus aquaticus DNA polymerase I
     Shannon J. Odelberg, Robert B. Weiss,
     Akira Hata and Ray White

The chicken immunglobulin lambda light chain
gene is transcriptionally controlled by a
modularly organized enhancer and an
octamer-dependent silencer
     Silvia Bulfone-Paus, Luzia
     Reiners-Schramm and Roland Lauster

An upstream U-snRNA gene-like promoter is
required for transcription of the Arabidopsis
thaliana 7SL RNA gene
     David J. Heard, Witold Filipowicz, Joao
     P. Marques, Klaus Palme and Jose M.
     Gualberto

Characterisation of the telomeres at opposite
ends of a 3 Mb Theileria parva chromosome
     Baljinder K. Sohanpal, Subhash P.
     Morzaria, Elke I. Gobright and Richard
     P. Bishop

Stimuli of differentiation regulate RNA
elongation in the transcription units for the
major stage-specific antigens of Trypanosoma
brucei
     Luc Vanhamme, Magali Berberof, Dominique
     Le Ray and Etienne Pays

Stimulation of mouse DNA primase-catalyzed
oligoribonucleotide synthesis by mouse DNA
helicase B
     Akiko Saitoh, Shusuke Tada, Toshiaki
     Katada and Takemi Enomoto

Chromosomal mapping of the MADS-box multigene
family in Zea mays reveals dispersed
distribution of allelic genes as well as
transposed copies
     Achim Fischer, Nikolai Baum, Heinz
     Saedler and Gunter Theissen

The level of the pUB110 replication initiator
protein is autoregulated, which provides an
additional control for plasmid copy number
     Anna K. Muller, Fernando Rojo and Juan
     C. Alonso

Phosphorylation of the Oxytricha telomere
protein: possible cell cycle regulation
     Brian Hicke, Rachel Rempe, James Maller,
     Richard A. Swank, Joyce R. Hamaguchi, E.
     Morton Bradbury, David M. Prescott and
     Thomas R. Cech

Parathyroid hormone/parathyroid hormone
related peptide receptor gene transcripts are
expressed from tissue-specific and ubiquitous
promoters
     Kimberly A. McCuaig, Han S. Lee, John C.
     Clarke, Homa Assar, Jonathan Horsford
     and John H. White

SIN3 works through two different promoter
elements to regulate INO1 gene expression in
yeast
Kimberly Hudak Slekar and Susan A. Henry

Molecular cloning of cDNA encoding the small
subunit of Drosophila transcription
initiation factor TFIIF
     Da-Wei Gong, Mark A. Mortin, Masami
     Horikoshi and Yoshihiro Nakatani

Analysis of the proteins and cis-acting
elements regulating the stress-induced phage
shock protein operon
     Lorin Weiner, Janice L. Brissette,
     Natarajan Ramani and Peter Model

Circularization of oligonucleotides by
disulfide bridge formation
     Hetian Gao, Meihua Yang, Rina Patel and
     Alan F. Cook

Characterization of fully 2'-modified
oligoribonucleotide hetero- and homoduplex
hybridization and nuclease sensitivity
     Lendell L. Cummins, Stephen R. Owens,
     Lisa M. Risen, Elena A. Lesnik, Susan M.
     Freier, Danny McGee, Charles J. Guinosso
     and P. Dan Cook

Energetics of base pair opening in a DNA
dodecamer containing an A3T3 tract
     James G. Moe, Ewa Folta-Stogniew and
     Irina M. Russu

Effect of competing self-structure on triplex
formation with purine-rich
oligodeoxynucleotides containing GA repeats
     Sarah B. Noonberg, Jean-Christophe
     Francois, Therese Garestier and Claude
     Helene

Overcoming potassium-mediated triplex
inhibition
     Wendy M. Olivas and L. James Maher, III

Sequence identity of the n-1 product of a
synthetic oligonucleotide
     Jamal Temsamani, Michael Kubert and
     Sudhir Agrawal

Maleimide-mediated protein conjugates of a
nucleoside triphosphate gamma-S and an
internucleotide phosphorothioate diester
     Aftab S. Karim, Christian S. Johansson
     and Joel K. Weltman

Occurrence of potential cruciform and H-DNA
forming sequences in genomic DNA
     Gary P. Schroth and P. Shing Ho

Transformation of Escherichia coli with large
DNA molecules by electroporation
     YuLing Sheng, Valeria Mancino and Bruce
     Birren

Site-specific cleavage of chromosomes in
vitro through Cre-lox recombination
     Minmin Qin, Elsa Lee, Todd Zankel and
     David W. Ow

The T-T pyrimidine (6-4) pyrimidinone UV
photoproduct is much less mutagenic in yeast
than in Escherichia coli
     Peter E. M. Gibbs, Angela Borden and
     Christopher W. Lawrence

gar2 is a nucleolar protein from
Schizosaccharomyces pombe required for 18S
rRNA and 40S ribosomal subunit accumulation
     Marie-Pierre Gulli, Jean-Philippe
     Girard, Dan Zabetakis, Bruno Lapeyre,
     Teri Melese and Michele
     Caizergues-Ferrer

Compact structures of d(CNG)n
oligonucleotides in solution and their
possible relevance to Fragile X and related
human genetic diseases
     John E. Mitchell, Sarah F. Newbury and
     James A. McClellan

Enzymatic synthesis of 2'-modified nucleic
acids: identification of important phosphate
and ribose moieties in RNase P substrates
     Frank Conrad, Andreas Hanne, Rajesh K.
     Gaur and Guido Krupp

A superior host strain for the
over-expression of cloned genes using the T7
promoter based vectors
     Aidan J. Doherty, Stephen R. Ashford,
     James A. Brannigan and Dale B. Wigley

Enhancement of retrovirus-mediated gene
transduction efficiency by transient
overexpression of the amphotropic receptor,
GLVR-2
     Satoshi Yamaguchi, Hiroaki Wakimoto,
     Yoko Yoshida, Yumi Kanegae, Izumu Saito,
     Masaru Aoyagi, Kimiyoshi Hirakawa, Teruo
     Amagasa and Hirofumi Hamada

Short insertions in the partner strands
greatly enhance the discriminating power of
DNA heteroduplex analysis: resolution of
HLA-DQB1 polymorphisms
     Mauro D'Amato and Rosa Sorrentino

A rapid method to deplete reticulocyte lysate
translation systems from specific endogeneous
DNA-binding activity
     T. Ebel and A. Sippel

A model for rearrangements in RNA genomes
     E. V. Pilipenko, A. P. Gmyl and V. I.
     Agol

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