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Subject: LITE: Nucleic Acids Research 24:03
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 1996 09:56:43 +0100

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Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 24:03
1 February 1996
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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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Nucleosome positioning properties of the albumin
transcriptional enhancer

        Clifton E. McPherson , Rachel Horowitz ,
        Chengyu Jiang and Kenneth S. Zaret

        Pages 397-405



The discriminator bases G73 in human tRNA Ser and A73
in tRNALeu have significantly different roles in the
recognition of aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases

        Kristin Breitschopf and Hans J. Gross

        Pages 405-411


Enhanced activity of an antisense oligonucleotide targeting
murine protein kinase C- [alpha] by the incorporation of 2
' - O -propyl modifications

        Robert A. McKay , Lendell L. Cummins and
        Nicholas M. Dean

        Pages 411-417



Novel activities of human uracil DNA N -glycosylase for
cytosine-derived products of oxidative DNA damage

        Miral Dizdaroglu

        Pages 418-423



Oligonucleotide facilitators may inhibit or activate a
hammerhead ribozyme

        Eckhard Jankowsky and Bernd Schwenzer

        Pages 423-429



Sequence-independent and linear variation of
oligonucleotide DNA binding stabilities

        Joerg D. Hoheisel

        Pages 430-432



Reversible protein phosphorylation modulates nucleotide
excision repair of damaged DNA by human cell extracts

        Rafael R. Ariza , Stephen M. Keyse , Jonathan G.
        Moggs and Richard D. Wood

        Pages 433-441



Extended interactions between the primer tRNA i Met and
genomic RNA of the yeast Ty1 retrotransposon

        S. Friant , T. Heyman , M. L. Wilhelm and
        F. X. Wilhelm

        Pages 441-450



Transcription activation by the bacteriophage Mu Mor
protein: analysis of promoter mutations in P m identifies a
new region required for promoter function

        Irina Artsimovitch and Martha M. Howe

        Pages 450-457



Transcription-mediated binding of peptide nucleic acid
(PNA) to double-stranded DNA: sequence-specific suicide
transcription

        H. Jakob Larsen and Peter E. Nielsen

        Pages 458-463



A protein binds the selenocysteine insertion element in the
3 '-UTR of mammalian selenoprotein mRNAs

        Nadia Hubert , Robert Walczak , Philippe Carbon
        and Alain Krol

        Pages 464-470



The mouse and human homologs of DMC1 , the yeast
meiosis-specific homologous recombination gene, have a
common unique form of exon-skipped transcript in
meiosis

        Toshiyuki Habu , Takuyu Taki , Yoshitake
        Nishimune and Takashi Morita

        Pages 470-477



The neurofibromatosis type I messenger RNA undergoes
base-modification RNA editing

        Gary R. Skuse

        Pages 478-486



Differential effect of H1 variant overexpression on cell
cycle progression and gene expression

        David T. Brown , Barbara T. Alexander and
        Donald B. Sittman

        Pages 486-494



Antisense properties of duplex- and triplex-forming PNAs

        Helle Knudsen and Peter E. Nielsen

        Pages 494-500



Viral transactivators specifically target distinct cellular
protein kinases that phosphorylate the RNA polymerase II
C-terminal domain

        Christine H. Herrmann , Moses O. Gold and
        Andrew P. Rice

        Pages 501-509



Psoralen crosslinking between human immunodeficiency
virus type 1 RNA and primer tRNA 3 Lys

        Eugene Skripkin , Catherine Isel , Roland Marquet,
        Bernard Ehresmann and Chantal Ehresmann

        Pages 509-515



Characterization of the highly divergent U2 RNA homolog
in the microsporidian Vairimorpha necatrix

        Peter DiMaria , Branka Palic , Bettina A.
        Debrunner-Vossbrinck

        Pages 515-522



Identification of a second conserved element within the
coding sequence of a mouse H3 histone gene that interacts
with nuclear factors and is necessary for normal
expression

        Nikola K. Kaludov , Lil Pabon-Pena and Myra M.
        Hurt

        Pages 523-531



Method for determining RNA 3 ' ends and application to
human telomerase RNA

        Arthur J. Zaug , Joachim Lingner and Thomas R.
        Cech

        Pages 532-533



An efficient method for stable transfection of bloodstream-
form Trypanosoma brucei

        Fengsheng Li and Keith M. Gottesdiener

        Pages 534-535



High efficiency 5 min transformation of Escherichia coli

        Brian Pope and Helen M. Kent

        Pages 536-537



Multiplex co-amplification of 24 retinoblastoma gene
exons after pre-amplification by long-distance PCR

        Daizong Li and Jan Vijg

        Pages 538-539



Correction of some genotyping errors in automated
fluorescent microsatellite analysis by enzymatic removal
of one base overhangs

        Frederic Ginot , Isabelle Bordelais , Simon Nguyen
        and Gabor Gyapay

        Pages 540-541



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