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Subject: LITE: NAR 24:07 and 24:08
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Date: Tue, 16 Apr 1996 17:19:34 +0200

==========================================
Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 24:07
1 April 1996
==========================================

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
==========================================

NOTE: Abstracts of all these papers are available at the NAR
Online Web site at:
http://www.oup.co.uk/nar/

If you are a subscriber to the print version of NAR, you can also
access the full text of these articles online. For more details of
this service, please see the notes at the foot of this posting, under
the heading 'NAR Online - mini-FAQ'.

========================================

A helicase assay based on the displacement of fluorescent,
nucleic acid-binding ligands

        Angela K. Eggleston , Nazir A. Rahim and Stephen C.
        Kowalczykowski

Pages 1179-1186



The use of non-uniform deuterium labelling ['NMR-window'] to
study the NMR structure of a 21mer RNA hairpin

        A. Foeldesi , S.-I. Yamakage , F. P. R. Nilsson , T. V.
        Maltseva and J. Chattopadhyaya

Pages 1187-1194



Analysis of eukaryotic mRNA structures directing
cotranslational incorporation of selenocysteine

        Heike Kollmus , Leopold Flohe and John E.G. McCarthy

Pages 1195-1202



The PARP promoter of Trypanosoma brucei is developmentally
regulated in a chromosomal context

        Susanne Biebinger, Susanne Rettenmaier, John
        Flaspohler, Claudia Hartmann,  Javier Pena-Diazw, L.
        Elizabeth Wirtz, Hans-Rudolf Hotz, J.David Barry and
        Christine Clayton

Pages 1202-1211



Sequences attaching loops of nuclear and mitochondrial DNA to
underlying structures in human cells: the role of transcription
units

        Dean A. Jackson , Jon Bartlett and Peter R. Cook

Pages 1212-1220



A nucleolar RNA helicase recognized by autoimmune antibodies
from a patient with watermelon stomach disease

        Benigno C. Valdez , Dale Henning , Rose K. Busch ,
        Karen Woods , Hernan Flores-Rozas ,
        Jerard Hurwitz , Laszlo Perlaky and Harris Busch

Pages 1220-1224



Cytosolic yeast tRNA His is covalently modified when imported
into mitochondria of Trypanosoma brucei

        Andre Schneider

Pages 1225-1229



Triplex formation at physiological pH by 5-Me-dC-N 4 -
(spermine) [X] oligodeoxynucleotides: non protonation of N3 in
X of X*G:C triad and effect of base mismatch/ionic strength on
triplex stabilities

        Dinesh A. Barawkar , Kallanthottathil G. Rajeev ,
        Vaijayanti A. Kumar and Krishna N. Ganesh

Pages 1229-1237



Drosophila immunity: a comparative analysis of the Rel proteins
dorsal and Dif in the induction of the genes encoding diptericin
and cecropin

        Isabelle Gross , Philippe Georgel , Christine Kappler ,
        Jean-Marc Reichhart and Jules A. Hoffmann

Pages 1238-1245



Identification and analysis of the rnc gene for RNase III in
Rhodobacter capsulatus

        Reinhard Rauhut , Andreas Jaeger , Christian Conrad and
        Gabriele Klug

Pages 1246-1251



Comparative analysis of ribonuclease P RNA structure in
Archaea

        Elizabeth S. Haas , David W. Armbruster , Beverly M.
        Vucson , Charles J. Daniels and James W. Brown

Pages 1252-1260



In vitro generation of a circular exon from a linear pre-mRNA
transcript

        Catherine Schindewolf , Susanne Braun and Horst
        Domdey

Pages 1260-1266



Characterization of a UV endonuclease gene from the fisson
yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe and its bacterial homolog

        Masashi Takao, Rie Yonemasu1, Kazuo Yamamoto
        and Akira Yasui

Pages 1267-1271



Synthesis, structure and thermodynamic properties of
8-methylguanine-containing oligonucleotides: Z-DNA under
physiological salt conditions

        Hiroshi Sugiyama , Kiyohiko Kawai , Atsushi
        Matsunaga , Kenzo Fujimoto , Isao Saito ,
        Howard Robinson and Andrew H.-J. Wang

Pages 1272-1279



Incomplete factorial and response surface methods in
experimental design: yield optimization of tRNA Trp from in
vitro T7 RNA polymerase transcription

        Yuhui Yin and Charles W. Carter, Jr

Pages 1279-1287



The width of the minor groove affects the binding of the
bisquaternary heterocycle SN-6999 to duplex DNA

        Jan M. Rydzewski , Werner Leupin and Walter Chazin

Pages 1287-1294



The telobox, a Myb-related telomeric DNA binding motif found
in proteins from yeast, plants and human

        Thomas Bilaud , Catherine Elaine Koering , Emmanuelle
        Binet-Brasselet , Katia Ancelin , Alessandra Pollice ,
        Susan M. Gasser and Eric Gilson

Pages 1294-1303



DNA damage and DNA sequence retrieval from ancient tissues

        Matthias Hoess , Pawel Jaruga , Tomasz H. Zastawny ,
        Miral Dizdaroglu and Svante Paabo

Pages 1304-1307



Differential discrimination of DNA polymerases for variants of
the non-standard nucleobase pair between xanthosine and 2,4-
diaminopyrimidine, two components of an expanded genetic
alphabet

        Michael J. Lutz , Heike A. Held , Michael Hottiger ,
        Ulrich Huebscher and Steven A. Benner

Pages 1308-1313



Core sequences and a cleavage site wobble pair required for
HDV antigenomic ribozyme self-cleavage

        Anne T. Perrotta and Michael D. Been

Pages 1314-1321



The yeast UME6 gene is required for both negative and positive
transcriptional regulation of phospholipid biosynthetic gene
expression

        John C. Jackson and John M. Lopes

Pages 1322-1329



Construction of a chromosome specific library of human MARs
and mapping of matrix attachment regions on human
chromosome 19

        Lev G. Nikolaev , Tsogtkhishig Tsevegiyn , Sergey B.
        Akopov , Linda K. Ashworth and Eugene D. Sverdlov

Pages 1330-1336



An RNA fragment consisting of the P7 and P9.0 stems and the 3' -
terminal guanosine of the Tetrahymena group I intron

        Satoru Watanabe , Gota Kawai , Yutaka Muto ,
        Kimitsuna Watanabe , Tan Inoue and Shigeyuki
        Yokoyama

Pages 1337-1344



Elk-1 can recruit SRF to form a ternary complex upon the serum
response element

        Branko V. Latinkic , Marija Zeremski and Lester F. Lau

Pages 1345-1351



Folding of the HDV antigenomic ribozyme pseudoknot structure
deduced from long-range photocrosslinks

        Catherine Bravo , Franck Lescure , Philippe Laugaa ,
        Jean-Louis Fourrey and Alain Favre

Pages 1351-1360



Positive elements in the laminin [gamma] gene synergize to
activate high level transcription during cellular differentiation

        Hur Song Chang , Norma B. Kim w and Stephen L.
        Phillips

Pages 1360-1368



Fully edited and partially edited nad9 transcripts differ in size
and both are associated with polysomes in potato mitochondria

        Bingwei Lu and Maureen R. Hanson

Pages 1369-1374



Particle-mediated delivery of recombinant expression vectors to
rabbit skin induces high-titered polyclonal antisera (and
circumvents purification of a protein immunogen)

        Pazhani Sundaram , Wei Xiao and Janet L. Brandsma

Pages 1375-1377



Rapid site-directed mutagenesis by a method that selects for full
length mutated DNA

        Cheng C. Wang , Lawrence P. Fernando and Philip S.
        Low

Pages 1378-1379



Kinetics of transcription in a minute column

        Tomoko Kubori and Nobuo Shimamoto

Pages 1380-1382



A novel method of identifying living transfected cardiac
myocyte

        Bruce T. Liang

Pages 1382-1384



Rapid selection and classification of positive clones generated
by mRNA differential display

        Regina Voegeli-Lange , Niels Buerckert , Thomas Boller
        and Andres Wiemken

Pages 1385-1386


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

The papers listed above appear in the 1 April 1996 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 and copyright holder.
===============================================


NAR ONLINE - MINI-FAQ

WHAT SPECIAL FEATURES DOES NAR ONLINE OFFER?

* You can obtain articles online in advance of hard copy.

* You can browse current and forthcoming issues, as well as a
three year back file

* You can search all the issues, by author and keyword (in title,
abstract, or full text)

* You can choose the format in which you want your articles
delivered:-
     HTML for quick and easy screen reading, as well as easy
printability
     PDF for quick screen browsing and superb printing quality
     Postscript for superb printing quality without the need to
view the article first
     Printerleaf if you want to use the same software as NAR on
CD-ROM

* You can go directly from references to their Medline Abstracts

* You can go directly to genetic sequencing databases referred
to in articles

* You can receive advance notice by e-mail of papers to be
published.


HOW DO I ACCESS NAR ONLINE?

Simply go to http://www.oup.co.uk/nar/

For 1996, you can access the complete text of NAR Online  if:-

1. You have your own personal print subscription

Just visit the NAR Online web site to register. You'll need to
have your subscriber number ready (it's printed on your
subscription address label that comes with each issue).

2. Your institution has a library subscription

Ask your librarian for the library's subscription number, then
register yourself at the NAR Online web site. Remember to use
your own name when you register (not that of the library) and to
create your own personal password. Then we can send you
advance table of contents information by e-mail and also let you
know immediately of any changes or enhancements to the online
access system.


WHAT IF NEITHER I NOR MY LIBRARY HAVE A
CURRENT SUBSCRIPTION?

In 1996, you can still visit NAR Online and browse or search the
titles and abstracts as a visitor. But you won't be able to access
the full text of articles.


I'M THINKING OF SUBSCRIBING - CAN I SEE A SAMPLE
ONLINE ISSUE FIRST?

Yes.  You'll find when you come to our site as a visitor that you
can access the full text of Volume 23, Issue 24 (the last issue of
1995)

-------------------------------------
We hope you find this information helpful. All questions,
comments and suggestions, etc. on NAR Online's quality, speed,
ease of use, facilities, and options will continue to be greatly
welcomed.
We've already done a lot to enhance NAR Online as a result of
the feedback so far, and we look forward to continuing to do so.

Best wishes,

===========================
Richard Gedye
Oxford University Press
Walton Street
Oxford
OX2 6DP
England

Tel:      +44 1865 267785 (direct)
Fax:     +44 1865 267835
E-mail:  gedyer@oup.co.uk
World Wide Web site: http://www.oup.co.uk/
===========================

==========================================
Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 24:08
15 April 1996
==========================================

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
==========================================

NOTE: Abstracts of all these papers are available at the NAR
Online Web site at:
http://www.oup.co.uk/nar/

If you are a subscriber to the print version of NAR, you can also
access the full text of these articles online. For more details of
this service, please see the notes at the foot of this posting, under
the heading 'NAR Online - mini-FAQ'.

==========================================

Repair of products of oxidative DNA base damage in human
cells

        Pawel Jaruga and Miral Dizdaroglu

Pages 1389-1394



Palingol: a declarative programming language to describe
nucleic acids' secondary structures and to scan sequence
databases

        Bernard Billoud , Milutin Kontic and Alain Viari

Pages 1395-1404



Regulation of Cre recombinase activity by the synthetic steroid
RU 486

        Christoph Kellendonk , Francois Tronche , A.-Paula
        Monaghan , Pierre-Olivier Angrand , Francis Stewart and
        Guenther Schuetz

Pages 1404-1411



DNA-protein interactions at the telomeric repeats of
Schizosaccharomyces pombe

        Margaret Duffy and Alistair Chambers

Pages 1412-1419



Effects of cell cycle dependent histone H1 phosphorylation on
chromatin structure and chromatin replication

        Lothar Halmer and Claudia Gruss

Pages 1420-1427



Afut 1, a retrotransposon-like element from Aspergillus
fumigatus

        Cecile Neuveglise , Jacqueline Sarfati , Jean-Paul Latge
        and Sophie Paris

Pages 1428-1435



Multiplex messenger assay: simultaneous, quantitative
measurement of expression of many genes in the context of T
cell activation

        Karine Bernard , Nathalie Auphan , Samuel Granjeaud ,
        Genevieve Victorero , Anne-Marie Schmitt-Verhulst ,
        Bertrand R. Jordan and Catherine Nguyen

Pages 1435-1443



Genomic position effects lead to an inefficient reorganization of
nucleosomes in the 5 '-regulatory region of the chicken
lysozyme locus in transgenic mice

        Matthias C. Huber , Gudrun Krueger and Constanze
        Bonifer

Pages 1443-1453



Mutations in target DNA elements of yeast HAP1 modulate its
transcriptional activity without affecting DNA binding

        Nhuan Ha , Karen Hellauer and Bernard Turcotte

Pages 1453-1460



The binding mode of drugs to the TAR RNA of HIV-1 studied
by electric linear dichroism

        Christian Bailly , Pierre Colson , Claude Houssier and
        Francois Hamy

Pages 1460-1465



Age-dependent silencing of globin transgenes in the mouse

        Graham Robertson , David Garrick , Mark Wilson ,
        David I. K. Martin and Emma Whitelaw

Pages 1465-1472



Structure of recombinant rat UBF by electron image analysis
and homology modelling

        Keith J. Neil , Ross A. Ridsdale , Brenda Rutherford ,
        Laura Taylor , Dawn E. Larson , Marija Glibetic ,
        Lawrence I. Rothblum and George Harauz

Pages 1472-1480



The [gamma] subfamily of DNA polymerases: cloning of a
developmentally regulated cDNA encoding Xenopus laevis
mitochondrial DNA polymerase [gamma]

        Fei Ye , Jose A. Carrodeguas and Daniel F. Bogenhagen

Pages 1481-1488



2 ' - O -methyl-5-formylcytidine (f 5 Cm), a new modified
nucleotide at the 'wobble' position of two cytoplasmic tRNAs
Leu (NAA) from bovine liver

        Jean-Paul Pais de Barros , Gerard Keith , Chakib El
        Adlouni , Anne-Lise Glasser w , Gerard Mack , Guy
        Dirheimer and Jean Desgres

Pages 1489-1497



The catalytic core of RNase P

        Christopher J. Green , Rafael Rivera-Leon and Barbara
        S. Vold

Pages 1497-1503



Screening of differentially amplified cDNA products from RNA
arbitrarily primed PCR fingerprints using single strand
conformation polymorphism (SSCP) gels

        Francoise Mathieu-Daude , Rita Cheng , John Welsh and
        Michael McClelland

Pages 1504-1508



Oligonucleotide N3 ' -> P5 ' phosphoramidates as antisense
agents

        Sergei Gryaznov , Tomasz Skorski , Carla Cucco ,
        Malgorzata Nieborowska-Skorska , Choi Ying Chiu ,
        David Lloyd , Jer-Kang Chen , Maria Koziolkiewicz and
        Bruno Calabretta

Pages 1508-1515



SAGA: sequence alignment by genetic algorithm

        Cedric Notredame and Desmond G. Higgins

Pages 1515-1524



An element in the endogenous IgH locus stimulates gene
targeting in hybridoma cells

        Alla Buzina and Marc J. Shulman

Pages 1525-1531



Experimentally determined weight matrix definitions of the
initiator and TBP binding site elements of promoters

        Richard J. Kraus , Elizabeth E. Murray , Steven R. Wiley
        w , Nancy M. Zink , Karla Loritz , Gregory W.
        Gelembiuk and Janet E. Mertz

Pages 1531-1540



DNA repair deficiencies associated with mutations in genes
encoding subunits of transcription initiation factor TFIIH in
yeast

        Kevin S. Sweder , Rene Chun , Toshio Mori and Philip
        C. Hanawalt

Pages 1540-1546



Identification of members of several homeobox genes in a
planarian using a ligation-mediated polymerase chain reaction
technique

        Guillaume Balavoine

Pages 1547-1554



The structure of d(TpA)*, the major photoproduct of
thymidylyl-(3 ' -5 ')-deoxyadenosine

        Xiaodong Zhao , Sourena Nadji , Jeffrey L.-F. Kao and
        John-Stephen Taylor

Pages 1554-1560



Mutation spectra of TA*, the major photoproduct of thymidylyl-
(3 ' -5')-deoxyadenosine, in Escherichia coli under SOS
conditions

        Xiaodong Zhao and John-Stephen Taylor

Pages 1561-1566



An NMR study of [d(CGCGAATTCGCG)] 2 containing an
interstrand cross-link derived from a distamycin-pyrrole
conjugate

        Patricia A. Fagan , H. Peter Spielmann , Snorri Th.
        Sigurdsson, w , Stacia M. Rink , Paul B. Hopkins
        and David E. Wemmer

Pages 1566-1573



Reduced extension temperatures required for PCR amplification
of extremely A+T-rich DNA

        Xin-zhuan Su , Yimin Wu , C. David Sifri and Thomas
        E. Wellems

Pages 1574-1575



A rapid and efficient method for concentration of small volumes
of retroviral supernatant

        Diane L. Miller , Peter J. Meikle and Donald S. Anson

Pages 1576-1577



Taq DNA polymerase blockage at pyrimidine dimers

        Ralf-Erik Wellinger and Fritz Thoma

Pages 1578-1579



Ready to use agarose encapsulated PCR reagents

        Robert A. Setterquist and G. Kenneth Smith

Pages 1580-1581



Improved method for selecting RNA-binding activities in vivo

        Derrick E. Fouts and Daniel W. Celander

Pages 1582-1584



High resolution restriction mapping of YACs using chromosome
fragmentation

        Graham P. Cook and Ian M. Tomlinson

Pages 1585-1587



A rapid method of DNA isolation using laundry detergent

        A. Bahl and M. Pfenninger

Pages 1587-1588


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

The papers listed above appear in the 15 April 1996 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 and copyright holder.
===============================================

NAR ONLINE - MINI-FAQ

WHAT SPECIAL FEATURES DOES NAR ONLINE OFFER?

* You can obtain articles online in advance of hard copy.

* You can browse current and forthcoming issues, as well as a
three year back file

* You can search all the issues, by author and keyword (in title,
abstract, or full text)

* You can choose the format in which you want your articles
delivered:-
     HTML for quick and easy screen reading, as well as easy
printability
     PDF for quick screen browsing and superb printing quality
     Postscript for superb printing quality without the need to
view the article first
     Printerleaf if you want to use the same software as NAR on
CD-ROM

* You can go directly from references to their Medline Abstracts

* You can go directly to genetic sequencing databases referred
to in articles

* You can receive advance notice by e-mail of papers to be
published.

HOW DO I ACCESS NAR ONLINE?

Simply go to http://www.oup.co.uk/nar/

For 1996, you can access the complete text of NAR Online  if:-

1. You have your own personal print subscription

Just visit the NAR Online web site to register. You'll need to
have your subscriber number ready (it's printed on your
subscription address label that comes with each issue).

2. Your institution has a library subscription

Ask your librarian for the library's subscription number, then
register yourself at the NAR Online web site. Remember to use
your own name when you register (not that of the library) and to
create your own personal password. Then we can send you
advance table of contents information by e-mail and also let you
know immediately of any changes or enhancements to the online
access system.


WHAT IF NEITHER I NOR MY LIBRARY HAVE A
CURRENT SUBSCRIPTION?

In 1996, you can still visit NAR Online and browse or search the
titles and abstracts as a visitor. But you won't be able to access
the full text of articles.


I'M THINKING OF SUBSCRIBING - CAN I SEE A SAMPLE
ONLINE ISSUE FIRST?

Yes.  You'll find when you come to our site as a visitor that you
can access the full text of Volume 23, Issue 24 (the last issue of
1995)

-------------------------------------
We hope you find this information helpful. All questions,
comments and suggestions, etc. on NAR Online's quality, speed,
ease of use, facilities, and options will continue to be greatly
welcomed.
We've already done a lot to enhance NAR Online as a result of
the feedback so far, and we look forward to continuing to do so.

Best wishes,

===========================
Richard Gedye
Oxford University Press
Walton Street
Oxford
OX2 6DP
England

Tel:      +44 1865 267785 (direct)
Fax:     +44 1865 267835
E-mail:  gedyer@oup.co.uk
World Wide Web site: http://www.oup.co.uk/
===========================


   
 
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