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Subject: LITE: Nucleic Acids Research: issues 23:18 and 23:19
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 1995 13:09:52 +0100

=============================================
Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 23:18
25 September 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
=============================================
CONTENTS
=============================================


AU  Kelman-Z.  O'Donnell-M-O.
TI  Structural and functional similarities of prokaryotic and
eukaryotic DNA polymerase sliding clamps
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res.  1995  September 25.  23(18).  P.
3613-3620

AU  Hiom-K.  West-S-C.
TI  Characterisation of RuvAB-Holliday junction complexes by
glycerol gradient sedimentation
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res.  1995  September 25.  23(18).  P.
3621-3626

AU  Bates-P-J. Dosanjh-H-S. Kumar-S. Jenkins-T-C. Laughton-C-A.
Neidle-S.
TI  Detection and kinetic studies of triplex formation by
oligodeoxynucleotides using real-time biomolecular interaction
analysis (BIA)
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res.  1995  September 25.  23(18). P. 3627-3632

AU  Breitschopf-K. Achsel-T. Busch-K. Gross-H-J.
TI  Identity elements of human tRNALeu: structural requirements
for converting human tRNASer into a leucine acceptor in vitro
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18).  P. 3633-3637

AU  Kataoka-N. Ohno-M. Moda-I. Shimura-Y
TI  Identification of the factors that interact with NCBP, an 80
kDa nuclear cap binding protein
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3638-3641

AU  Nashimoto-M.
TI  Conversion of mammalian tRNA 3' processing endoribonuclease
to four-base-recognizing RNA cutters
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3642-3647

AU  Marzabal-S. DuBois-S. Thielking-V. Cano-A.  Eritja-R.
Guschlbauer-W.
TI  Dam methylase from Escherichia coli: kinetic studies using
modified DNA oligomers: hemimethylated substrates
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3648-3655

AU  Borman-A-M. Bailly-J-L. Girard-M. Kean-K-M.
TI  Picornavirus internal ribosome entry segments: comparison of
translation efficiency and the requirements for optimal internal
initiation of translation in vitro
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3656-3663

AU  O'Prey-J. Harrison-P-R.
TI  Tissue-specific regulation of the rabbit 15-lipoxygenase gene
in erythroid cells by a transcriptional silencer
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3664-3672

AU  Pan-C. Mason-T-L.
TI  Identification of the yeast nuclear gene for the
mitochondrial homologue of bacterial ribosomal protein L16
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3673-3677

AU  Wood-A-A. Nunn-C-M. Czarny-A. Boykin-D-W. Neidle-S.
TI  Variability in DNA minor groove width recognised by ligand
binding: the crystal structure of a bis-benzimidazole compound
bound to the DNA duplex d(CGCGAATTCGCG)2
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3678-3684

AU  Kato-K.
TI  Description of the entire mRNA population by a 3' end cDNA
fragment generated by class IIS restriction enzymes
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3685-3690

AU  Campbell-C. Marondel-I. Montgomery-K. Krauter-K.
Kucherlapati-R.
TI  Unequal homologous recombination of human DNA on a yeast
artifical chromosome
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3691-3695

AU  Bourn-W-R. Babb-B.
TI  Computer assisted identification and classification of
streptomycete promoters
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3696-3703

AU  Kurose-K. Hata-K. Hattori-M. Sakaki-Y.
TI  RNA polymerase III dependence of the human L1 promoter and
possible participation of the RNA polymerase II factor YY1 in the
RNA polymerase III transcription system
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3704-3709

AU  Kunz-C. Pebler-S. Otte-J. von der Ahe-D.
TI  Differential regulation of plasminogen activator and
inhibitor gene transcription by the tumor suppressor p53
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3710-3717

AU  Gultyaev-A-P. van Batenburg-F-H-D. Pleij-C-W-A.
TI  The influence of a metastable structure in plasmid primer RNA
on antisense RNA binding kinetics
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3718-3725

AU  Labrie-C. Lee-B-H. Mathews-M-B.
TI  Transcription factors RFX1/EF-C and ATF-1 associate with
adenovirus E1A-responsive element of the human proliferating cell
nuclear antigen promoter
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3732-3741

AU  Henderson-G-B. Stein-C-A.
TI  5'-Cholesteryl-phosphorothioate oligodeoxynucleotides: potent
inhibition of methotrexate transport and antagonism of
methotrexate toxicity in cells containing the reduced-folate
carrier
SO Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18) P. 3726-3731

AU  Liu-R. Orgel-L-E.
TI  Enzymatic synthesis of polymers containing nicotinamide
mononuleotide
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3742-3749

AU  Saparbaev-M. Kleibl-K. Laval-J.
TI  Escherichia coli, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, rat and human
3-methyladenine DNA glycosylases repair 1, N6-ethenoadenine when
present in DNA
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3750-3755

AU  Walther-Z. Hall-J-L.
TI  The uni chromosome of Chlamydomonas: histone genes and
nucleosome structure
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3756-3763

AU  Valerie-K.
TI  Replacing tryptophan-128 of T4 endonuclease V with a serine
residue results in decreased enzymatic activity in vitro and in
vivo
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3764-3770

AU  Suda-T. Mishima-Y. Asakura-H. Kominami-R.
TI  Formation of a parallel-stranded DNA homoduplex by d(GGA)
repeat oligonucleotides
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3771-3777

AU  Lam-E. Lam-Y-K-P.
TI  Binding site requirements and differential representation of
TGA factors in nuclear ASF-1 activity
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3778-3785

AU  Kent-N-A. Mellor-J.
TI  Chromatin structure snap-shots: rapid nuclease digestion of
chromatin in yeast
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3786-3787

AU  Makowski-G-S. Davis-E-L. Aslanzadeh-J. Hopfer-S-M.
TI  Enhanced direct amplification of Guthrie card DNA following
selective elution of PCR inhibitors
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3788-3789

AU  Tokusashi-Y. Nishikawa-Y. Ogawa-K.
TI  Differentiation of the normal and mutant rat albumin genes on
hepatic tissue sections by in situ PCR
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3790-3791

AU  Ludwig-L-B. Hughes-B-J. Schwartz-S-A.
TI  Biotinylated probes in the electrophoretic mobility shift
assay to examine specific dsDNA, ssDNA or RNA-protein
interactions
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3792-3793

AU  Wright-W-E. Shay-J-W. Piatyszek-M-A.
TI  Modifications of a telomeric repeat amplification protocol
(TRAP) result in increased reliability, linearity and sensitivity
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3794-3795

AU  Maruyama-I-N. Rakow-T-L. Maruyama-H-I.
TI  cRACE: a simple method for identification of the 5' end of
mRNAs
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3796-3797

AU  Richardson-T. Cato-S. Ramser-J. Kahl-G. Weising-K.
TI  Hybridization of microsatellites to RAPD: a new source of
polymorphic markers
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3798-3799

AU  Deuter-R. Pietsch-S. Hertel-S. Muller-O.
TI  A method for preparation of fecal DNA suitable for PCR
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3800-3801

AU  Cifarelli-R-A. Gallitelli-M. Cellini-F.
TI  Random amplified hybrization microsatellites (RAHM):
isolation of a new class of microsatellite-containing DNA clones
SO  Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 September 25. 23(18). P. 3802-3803


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University Press.

The papers listed above will appear in the 25 September issue. If
you would like further details about Nucleic Acids Research,
including instructions for authors or details of subscription
rates, please contact:-

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Oxford
OX2 6DP
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Tel: +44 1865 267785
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Subj:   LITE: Nucleic Acids Research 23:19

Nucleic Acids Research

Volume 23

Issue 19 - 11 October 1995

=============================================
Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 23:19
11 October 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
=============================================
CONTENTS
=============================================


        AU     Chaudhry-M-A.  Weinfeld-M.
        TI     Induction of double-strand breaks by S1 nuclease,
               mung bean nuclease and nuclease P1 in DNA
               containing abasic sites and nicks
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3805-3809

        AU     Horton-J-K.  Srivastava-D-K.  Zmudzka-B-Z.
               Wilson-S-H.
        TI     Strategic down-regulation of DNA polymerase beta
               by antisense RNA sensitizes mammalian cells to
               specific DNA damaging agents
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3810-3815

        AU     Kanegae-Y.  Lee-G.  Sato-Y.  Tanaka-M.  Nakai-M.
               Sakaki-T.  Sugano-S.  Saito-I.
        TI     Efficient gene activation in mammalian cells by
               using recombinant adenovirus expressing
               site-specific Cre recombinase
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3816-3821

        AU     Zwicker-J.  Gross-C.  Lucibello-F-C.  Truss-M.
               Ehlert-F.   Engeland-K.   Muller-R.
        TI     Cell cycle regulation of cdc25C transcription is
               mediated by the periodic repression of the
               glutamine-rich activators NF-Y and Sp1
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3822-3830

        AU     Svinarchuk-F.   Monnot-M.   Merle-A.   Malvy-C.
               Fermandjian-S.
        TI     The high stability of the triple helices formed
               between short purine oligonucleotides and
               SIV/HIV-2 vpx genes is determined by the targeted
               DNA structure
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3831-3836

        AU     Gohl-H-P.  Grondahl-B.  Thomm-M.
        TI     Promoter recognition in archaea is mediated by
               transcription factors:  identification of
               transcription factor aTFB from Methanococcus
               thermolithotrophicus as archaeal TATA-binding
               protein
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3837-3841

        AU     Scholler-P.   Karger-A-E.   Meier-Ewert-S.
               Lehrach-H.  Delius-H.  Hoheisel-J-D.
        TI     fine-mapping of shotgun template-libraries; an
               efficient strategy for the systematic sequencing
               of genomic DNA
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3842-3849



        AU     Amir-Aslani-A.  Mauffret-O.  Bittoun-P.
               Sourgen-F.  Monnot-M.  Lescot-E.  Fermandjian-S.
        TI     Hairpins in a DNA site for topoisomerase II
               studied by  1H- and  31P-NMR
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3850-3857

        AU     Hildebrandt-M.  Lacombe-M-L.  Mesnildrey-S.
               Veron-M.
        TI     A human NDP-kinase B sepcifically binds
               single-stranded poly-pyrimidine sequences
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3858-3864

        AU     Artandi-S-E.  Merrell-K.  Avitahl-N.  Wong-K-K.
               Calame-K.
        TI     TFE3 contains two activation domains, one acidic
               and the other proline-rich, that synergistically
               activate transcription
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3865-3871

        AU     Kabotyanski-E-B.  Zhu-C.  Kallick-D-A.  Roth-D-B.
        TI     Hairpin opening by single-strand-specific
               nucleases
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3872-3881

        AU     Goldstein-D-B.  Clark-A-G.
        TI     Microsatellite variation in North American
               populations of Drosophila melanogaster
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3882-3886

        AU     Reuning-U.  Wilhelm-O.  Nishiguchi-T.  Guerrini-L.
               Blasi-F.  Graeff-H.  Schmitt-M.
        TI     Inhibition of NF-kappaB-Rel A expression by
               antisense oligodeoxynucleotides suppresses
               synthesis of urokinase-type plasminogen activator
               (uPA) but not its inhibitor PAI-1
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3887-3893

        AU     Bigey-P.  Pratviel-G.  Meunier-B.
        TI     Cleavage of double-stranded DNA by
               'metalloporphyrin-linker-oligonucleotide'
               molecules:  influence of the linker
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3894-3900

        AU     DeStefano-J-J.
        TI     The orientation of binding of human
               immunodeficiency virus reverse transcriptase on
               nucleic acid hybrids
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3901-3908


        AU     Rieger-A.  Nassal-M.
        TI     Distinct requirements for primary sequence in the
               5'- and 3-part of a bulge in the hepatitis B virus
               RNA  encapsidation signal revealed by a combined
               in vivo selection/in vitro amplification system
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3909-3915

        AU     Sahasrabudhe-P-V.  Pon-R-T.  Gmeiner-W-H.
        TI     Effects of site-specific substitution of
               5-fluorouridine on the stabilities of duplex DNA
               and RNA
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3916-3921

        AU     Hendry-P.  McCall-M-J.  Santiago-F-S.
               Jennings-P-A.
        TI     In vitro activity of minimised hammerhead
               ribozymes
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3922-3927

        AU     Hendry-P.  McCall-M-J.
        TI     A comparison of the in vitro activity of DNA-armed
               and all-RNA hammerhead ribozymes
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3928-3936

        AU     Kim-K.  Harshey-R-M.
        TI     Mutational analysis of the att DNA-binding domain
               of phage Mu transposase
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3937-3943

        AU     Wagner-R.  Debbie-P.  Radman-M.
        TI     Mutation detection using immobilized mismatch
               binding protein (MutS)
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3944-3948

        AU     Morgan-M-A.  Kazakov-S-A.  Hecht-S-M.
        TI     Phosphoryl migration during the chemical synthesis
               of RNA
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3949-3953

        AU     Buchko-G-W.  Cadet-J.  Morin-B.  Weinfeld-M.
        TI     Photooxidation of d(TpG) by riboflavin and
               methylene blue.  Isolation and characterization of
               thymidylyl-(3',5')-2-amino-5-[(2-deoxy-beta-D-
               erythro-pentofuranosyl)amino]-4H-imidazol-4-one
               and its primary decomposition product
               tymidylyl-(3',5')-2,2-diamino-4-[(2-deoxy-beta-
               D-erythro-pentofuranosyl)amino]-5(2H)-oxazolone
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3954-3961

        AU     McAteer-K.  Ellis-P-D.  Kennedy-M-A.
        TI     The effects of sequence context on base dynamics
               at TpA steps in DNA studied by NMR
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3962-3966

        AU     Damha-M-J.  Meng-B.  Wang-D.  Yannopoulos-C-G.
               Just-G.
        TI     Structural basis for the RNA binding selectivity
               of oligonucleotide analogues containing
               alkylsulfide internucleoside linkages and
               2'-substituted 3'-deoxyribonucleosides
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3967-3973

        AU     Herrera-J-E.  Savkur-R.  Olson-M-O-J.
        TI     The ribonuclease activity of nucleolar protein B23
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3974-3980

        AU     Grant-C-M.  Miller-P-F.  Hinnebusch-A-G.
        TI     Sequences 5' of the first upstream open reading
               frame in GCN4 mRNA are required for efficient
               translational reinitiation
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3981-3989

        AU     Beigelman-L.  Matulic-Adamic-J.  Haeberli-P.
               Usman-N.  Dong-B.  Silverman-R-H.  Khamnei-S.
               Torrence-P-F.
        TI     Synthesis and biological activities of a
               phosphorodithioate analog of 2',5'-oligoadenylate
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3990-3995

        AU     Sonti-S-V.  Griffor-M-C.  Sano-T.  Narayanswami-S.
               Bose-A.  Cantor-C-R.  Kausch-A-P.
        TI     Large scale isolation of expression vector
               cassette by magnetic triple helix affinity capture
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3996-3997

        AU     Wu-J-R.  Gilbert-D-M.
        TI     Rapid DNA preparation for 2D gel analysis of
               replication intermediates
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.3998-3999

        AU     Kovacic-R-T.  Comai-L.  Bendich-A-J
        TI     Protection of megabase DNA from shearing
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.4000-4001

        AU     Gilgen-M.  Hofelein-C.  Luthy-J.  Hubner-Ph.
        TI     Hydroxyquinoline overcomes PCR inhibition by UV-
               damaged mineral oil
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.4002-4003

        AU     Natarajan-D.  Boulter-C-A.
        TI     A lacZ-hygromycin fusion gene and its use in a
               gene trap vector for marking embryonic stem cells
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.4004-4005

        AU     Herzing-K.  Ashworth-A.
        TI     Construction of specific cosmids from YACs by
               homologous recombination in yeast
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.4006-4007

        AU     Yeatman-T-J.  Mao-W.
        TI     Identification of a differentially-expressed
               message associated with colon cancer liver
               metastasis using an improved method of
               differential display
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.4008-4009

        AU     He-M.  Hamon-M.  Liu-H.  Kang-A.  Taussig-M-J.
        TI     Functional expression of a single-chain
               anti-progesterone antibody fragment in the
               cytoplasm of a mutant Escherichia coli
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.4010-4011

        AU     Fairhead-C.  Heard-E.  Arnaud-D.  Avner-P.
               Dujon-B.
        TI     Insertion of unique sites into YAC arms for rapid
               physical analysis following YAC transfer into
               mammalian cells
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.4012-4013

        AU     De Sario-A.  Geigl-E-M.  Bernardi-G.
        TI     A rapid procedure for the compositional analysis
               of yeast artifical chromosomes
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 October 11. 23(19).
               P.4014-4015



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Nucleic Acids Research is published 25 times a year by Oxford
University Press.

The papers listed above will appear in the 11 October 1995 issue.
If you would like further details about Nucleic Acids Research,
including instructions for authors or details of subscription
rates, please contact:-

Richard Gedye
Oxford University Press
Walton Street
Oxford
OX2 6DP
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1865 267785
Fax: +44 1865 267782
E-mail:  gedyer@oup.co.uk

Copyright in the table of contents listed above is held by Oxford
University Press, but you are welcome to circulate it further,
provided that Oxford University Press is credited as publisher
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