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Subject: LITE: The EMBO Journal issues 15:03, 15:04, 15:05 (feb, march 1996)
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Mon, 26 Feb 1996 09:58:18 +0100

The EMBO Journal - ISSN 0261 - 4189
Volume 15:03
1 February 1996
============================================
CONTENTS
============================================

AU      WEISMAN-R. CREANOR-J. FANTES-P.
TI      A multicopy suppressor of a cell cycle defect in
        S.pombe encodes a heat shock-inducible 40 kDa
        cyclophilin-like protein.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 447-456.

AU      TOKAI-N. FUJIMOTO-NISHIYAMA-A.
        TOYOSHIMA-Y. YONEMURA-S. TSUKITA-S.
        INOUE-J. YAMAMOTO-T.
TI      Kid, a novel kinesin-like DNA binding protein, is
        localized to chromosomes and the mitotic spindle.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 457-467.

AU      BELIN-D. BOST-S. VASSALLI-J-D. STRUB-K.
TI      A two-step recognition of signal sequences
        determines the translocation efficiency of proteins.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 468-478.

AU      FOLSCH-H. GUIARD-B. NEUPERT-W.
        STUART-R-A.
TI      Internal targeting signal of the BCS1 protein: a
        novel mechanism of import into mitochondria.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 479-487.

AU      MUHLENHOFF-U. KRUIP-J. BRYANT-D-A.
        ROGNER-M. SETIF-P. BOEKEMA-E.
TI      Characterization of a redox-active cross-linked
        complex between cyanobacterial photosystem I
        and its physiological acceptor flavodoxin.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 488-497.

AU      YAMATSUJI-T. OKAMOTO-T. TAKEDA-S.
        MURAYAMA-Y. TANAKA-N. NISHIMOTO-I.
TI      Expression of V642 APP mutant causes cellular
        apoptosis as Alzheimer trait-linked phenotype.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 498-509.

AU      LANG-P. GESBERT-F. DELESPINE-
        CARMAGNAT-M. STANCOU-R. POUCHELET-
        M. BERTOGLIO-J.
TI      Protein kinase A phosphorylation of RhoA
        mediates the morphological and functional effects
        of cyclic AMP in cytotoxic lymphocytes.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 510-519.

AU      WEBSTER-M-K. DONOGHUE-D-J.
TI      Constitutive activation of fibroblast growth factor
        receptor 3 by the transmembrane domain point
        mutation found in achondroplasia.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 520-527.

AU      LALLI-E. SASSONE-CORSI-P. CEREDIG-R.
TI      Block of T lymphocyte differentiation by
        activation of the cAMP-dependent signal
        transduction pathway.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 528-537.

AU      BELSHAM-D-D. WETSEL-W-C. MELLON-P-L.
TI      NMDA and nitric oxide act through the cGMP
        signal transduction pathway to repress
        hypothalamic gonadotrophin-releasing hormone
        gene expression.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 538-547.

AU      NIGHTINGALE-K. DIMITROV-S. REEVES-R.
        WOLFFE-A-P.
TI      Evidence for a shared structural role for HMG1
        and linker histones B4 and H1 in organizing
        chromatin.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 548-561.

AU      ELLIS-J. TAN-UN-K-C. HARPER-A.
        MICHALOVICH-D. YANNOUTSOS-N.
        PHILIPSEN-S. GROSVELD-F.
TI      A dominant chromatin-opening activity in 5'
        hypersensitive site 3 of the human beta-globin
        locus control region.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 562-568.

AU      MCCALL-K. BENDER-W.
TI      Probes for chromatin accessibility in the
        Drosophila bithorax complex respond differently to
        Polycomb-mediated repression.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 569-580.

AU      WANG-Z. DROGE-P.
TI      Differential control of transcription-induced and
        overall DNA supercoiling by eukaryotic
        topoisomerases in vitro.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 581-589.

AU      CAVALLI-G. BACHMANN-D. THOMA-F.
TI      Inactivation of topoisomerases affects
        transcription-dependent chromatin transitions in
        rDNA but not in a gene transcribed by RNA
        polymerase II.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 590-597.

AU      SUCKOW-M. LOPATA-M. SEYDEL-A.
        KISTERS-WOIKE-B. VON-WILCKEN-
        BERGMANN-B. MULLER-HILL-B.
TI      Mutant bZip-DNA complexes with four quasi-
        identical protein-DNA interfaces.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 598-606.

AU      GAMER-J. MULTHAUP-G. TOMOYASU-T.
        MCCARTY-J-S. RUDIGER-S. SCHONFELD-H-
        J. SCHIRRA-C. BUJARD-H. BUKAU-B.
TI      A cycle of binding and release of the DnaK, DnaJ
        and GrpE chaperones regulates activity of the
        Escherichia coli heat shock transcription factor
        sigma 32.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 607-617.

AU      THUILLIER-V. BRUN-I. SENTENAC-A.
        WERNER-M.
TI      Mutations in the alpha-amanitin conserved domain
        of the largest subunit of yeast RNA polymerase III
        affect pausing, RNA cleavage and transcriptional
        transitions.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 618-629.

AU      HOHJOH-H. SINGER-M-F.
TI      Cytoplasmic ribonucleoprotein complexes
        containing human LINE-1 protein and RNA.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 630-639.

AU      FRANCIS-LANG-H. DAVIS-I. ISH-
        HOROWICZ-D.
TI      Asymmetric localization of Drosophila pair-rule
        transcripts from displaced nuclei: evidence for
        directional nuclear export.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 640-649.

AU      RUDINGER-J. HILLENBRANDT-R. SPRINZL-
        M. GIEGE-R.
TI      Antideterminants present in minihelix Sec hinder
        its recognition by prokaryotic elongation factor Tu.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 650-657.

AU      BERETTA-L. GINGRAS-A-C. SVITKIN-Y-V.
        HALL-M-N. SONENBERG-N.
TI      Rapamycin blocks the phosphorylation of 4E-BP1
        and inhibits cap-dependent initiation of translation.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 658-664.

AU      SPRENGART-M-L. FUCHS-E. PORTER-A-G.
TI      The downstream box: an efficient and independent
        translation initiation signal in Escherichia coli.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 665-674.

AU      TU-Y. TORNALETTI-S. PFEIFER-G-P.
TI      DNA repair domains within a human gene:
        selective repair of sequences near the transcription
        initiation site.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 675-683.

AU      PREISER-P-R. WILSON-R-J-M. MOORE-P-W.
        MCCREADY-S. HAJIBAGHERI-M-A-N.
        BLIGHT-K-J. STRATH-M. WILLIAMSON-D-H.
TI      Recombination associated with replication of
        malarial mitochondrial DNA.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 FEBRUARY 1. 15(3). P. 684-693.


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

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===========================================
The EMBO Journal - ISSN 0261 - 4189
Volume 15:04
15 February 1996
===========================================
CONTENTS
===========================================

AU      GU-X. VERMA-D-P-S.
TI      Phragmoplastin, a dynamin-like protein associated
        with cell plate formation in plants.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 695-704.

AU      FERNANDEZ-F. JANNATIPOUR-M. HELLMAN-
        U. ROKEACH-L-A. PARODI-A-J.
TI      A new stress protein: synthesis of
        Schizosaccharomyces pombe UDP-Glc:glycoprotein
        glucosyltransferase mRNA is induced by stress
        conditions but the enzyme is not essential for cell
        viability.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 705-713.

AU      LI-H. ZEITLER-P-S. VALERIUS-M-T. SMALL-K.
        POTTER-S-S.
TI      Gsh-1, an orphan Hox gene, is required for normal
        pituitary development.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 714-724.

AU      LANZREIN-M. SAND-O. OLSNES-S.
TI      GPI-anchored diphtheria toxin receptor allows
        membrane translocation of the toxin without
        detectable ion channel activity.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 725-734.

AU      UNGERMANN-C. GUIARD-B. NEUPERT-W.
        CYR-D-M.
TI      The electrical potential gradient- and
        Hsp70/MIM44-dependent reaction cycle driving
        early steps of protein import into mitochondria.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 735-744.

AU      STEEL-G-J. TAGAYA-M. WOODMAN-P-G.
TI      Association of the fusion protein NSF with clathrin-
        coated vesicle membranes.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 745-752.

AU      KNOP-M. FINGER-A. BRAUN-T. HELLMUTH-
        K. WOLF-D-H.
TI      Der1, a novel protein specifically required for
        endoplasmic reticulum degradation in yeast.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 753-763.

AU      ROSPERT-S. LOOSER-R. DUBAQUIE-Y.
        MATOUSCHEK-A. GLICK-B-S. SCHATZ-G.
TI      Hsp60-independent protein folding in the matrix of
        yeast mitochondria.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 764-774.

AU      SADOSHIMA-J-J. IZUMO-S.
TI      The heterotrimeric Gq protein-coupled angiotensin
        II receptor activates p21ras via the tyrosine kinase-
        Shc-Grb2-Sos pathway in cardiac myocytes.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 775-787.

AU      AKIMOTO-K. TAKAHASHI-R. MORIYA-S.
        NISHIOKA-N. TAKAYANAGI-J. KIMURA-K.
        FUKUI-Y. OSADA-S. MIZUNO-K. HIRAI-S.
        KAZLAUSKAS-A. OHNO-S.
TI      EGF or PDGF receptors activate atypical PKC
        lamda through phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 788-798.

AU      BRISCOE-J. ROGERS-N-C. WITTHUHN-B-A.
        WATLING-D. HARPUR-A-G. WILKS-A-F.
        STARK-G-R. IHLE-J-N. KERR-I-M.
TI      Kinase-negative mutants of JAK1 can sustain
        interferon-gamma-inducible gene expression but not
        an antiviral state.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 799-809.

AU      URANO-T. EMKEY-R. FEIG-L-A.
TI      Ral-GTPases mediate a distinct downstream
        signaling pathway from Ras that facilitates cellular
        transformation.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 810-816.

AU      SALMERON-A. AHMAD-T-B. CARLILE-G-W.
        PAPPIN-D. NARSIMHAN-R-P. LEY-S-C.
TI      Activation of MEK-1 and SEK-1 by Tpl-2 proto-
        oncoprotein, a novel MAP kinase kinase kinase.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 817-826.

AU      ROWAN-S. LUDWIG-R-L. HAUPT-Y. BATES-S.
        LU-X. OREN-M. VOUSDEN-K-H.
TI      Specific loss of apoptotic but not cell-cycle arrest
        function in a human tumor derived p53 mutant.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 827-838.

AU      MARTIN-CASTELLANOS-C. LABIB-K.
        MORENO-S.
TI      B-type cyclins regulate G1 progression in fission
        yeast in opposition to the p25rum1 cdk inhibitor.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 839-849.

AU      FISHER-D-L. NURSE-P.
TI      A single fission yeast mitotic cyclin B p34cdc2
        kinase promotes both S-phase and mitosis in the
        absence of G1 cyclins.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 850-860.

AU      MAIORANO-D. BLOM-VAN-ASSENDELFT-G.
        KEARSEY-S-E.
TI      Fission yeast cdc21, a member of the MCM protein
        family, is required for onset of S phase and is
        located in the nucleus throughout the cell cycle.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 861-872.

AU      YAMAOKA-S. INOUE-H. SAKURAI-M.
        SUGIYAMA-T. HAZAMA-M. YAMADA-T.
        HATANAKA-M.
TI      Constitutive activation of NF-kappaB is essential for
        transformation of rat fibroblasts by the human T-cell
        leukemia virus type 1 Tax protein.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 873-887.

AU      MINUCCI-S. BOTQUIN-V. YEOM-Y-I. DEY-A.
        SYLVESTER-I. ZAND-D-J. OHBO-K. OZATO-K.
        SCHOLER-H-R.
TI      Retinoic acid-mediated down-regulation of Oct3/4
        coincides with the loss of promoter occupancy in
        vivo.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 888-899

AU      WORMINGTON-M. SEARFOSS-A-M.
        HURNEY-C-A.
TI      Overexpression of poly(A) binding protein prevents
        maturation-specific deadenylation and translational
        inactivation in Xenopus oocytes.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 900-909.

AU      JOSEPH-S. NOLLER-H-F.
TI      Mapping the rRNA neighborhood of the acceptor
        end of tRNA in the ribosome.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 910-916.

AU      ISEL-C. LANCHY-J-M. LE-GRICE-S-F-J.
        EHRESMANN-C. EHRESMANN-B. MARQUET-R.
TI      Specific initiation and switch to elongation of
        human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse
        transcription require the post-transcriptional
        modification of primer tRNA3 Lys.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 917-924.

AU      GARCIA-DE-VIEDMA-D. GIRALDO-R.
        RIVAS-G. FERNANDEZ-TRESGUERRES-E.
        DIAZ-OREJAS-R.
TI      A leucine zipper motif determines different
        functions in a DNA replication protein.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 925-934.

AU      KRUKLITIS-R. WELTY-D-J. NAKAI-H.
TI      ClpX protein of Escherichia coli activates
        bacteriophage Mu transposase in the strand transfer
        complex for initiation of Mu DNA synthesis.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 935-944.

AU      ENGELWARD-B-P. DRESLIN-A.
        CHRISTENSEN-J. HUSZAR-D. KURAHARA-C.
        SAMSON-L.
TI      Repair-deficient 3-methyladenine DNA glycosylase
        homozygous mutant mouse cells have increased
        sensitivity to alkylation-induced chromosome
        damage and cell killing.
SO      EMBO-J. 1995 FEBRUARY 15. 15(4). P. 945-952.


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

The EMBO Journal is published 24 times a year by Oxford
University Press on behalf of the European Molecular
Biology Organisation.

The papers listed above will appear in the 15 February issue.
If you would like further details about The EMBO Journal,
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.
**************************************************************
The EMBO Journal
Volume 15:05
1 March 1996
============================================
CONTENTS
============================================

AU      DELANEY-S-J. ALTON-E-W-F-W. SMITH-S-N.
        LUNN-D-P. FARLEY-R. LOVELOCK-P-K. THOMSON-
        S-A. HUME-D-A. LAMB-D. PORTEOUS-D-J. DORIN-J-
        R. WAINWRIGHT-B-J.
TI      Cystic fibrosis mice carrying the missense mutation G551D
        replicate human genotype-phenotype correlations.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 955-963.

AU      HACKSTADT-T. ROCKEY-D-D. HEINZEN-R-A.
        SCIDMORE-M-A.
TI      Chlamydia trachomatis interrupts an exocytic pathway to
        acquire endogenously synthesized sphingomyelin in transit
        from the Golgi apparatus to the plasma membrane.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 964-977.

AU      HARDIE-K-R. LORY-S. PUGSLEY-A-P.
TI      Insertion of an outer membrane protein in Escherichia coli
        requires a chaperone-like protein.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 978-988.

AU      OZERI-V. TOVI-A. BURSTEIN-I. NATANSON-
        YARON-S. CAPARON-M-G. YAMADA-K-M.
        AKIYAMA-S-K. VLODAVSKY-I. HANSKI-E.
TI      A two-domain mechanism for group A streptococcal
        adherence through protein F to the extracellular matrix.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 989-998.

AU      THORN-P. MORETON-R. BERRIDGE-M.
TI      Multiple, coordinated Ca2+-release events underlie the
        inositol trisphosphate-induced local Ca2+ spikes in mouse
        pancreatic acinar cells.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 999-1003.

AU      LESAGE-F. GUILLEMARE-E. FINK-M. DUPRAT-F.
        LAZDUNSKI-M. ROMEY-G. BARHANIN-J.
TI      TWIK-1, a ubiquitous human weakly inward rectifying K+
        channel with a novel structure.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1004-1011.

AU      WANG-X. ZELENSKI-N-G. YANG-J. SAKAI-J.
        BROWN-M-S. GOLDSTEIN-J-L.
TI      Cleavage of sterol regulatory element binding proteins
        (SREBPs) by CPP32 during apoptosis.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1012-1020.

AU      LARSON-R-C. LAVENIR-I. LARSON-T-A. BAER-R.
        WARREN-A-J. WADMAN-I. NOTTAGE-K.
        RABBITTS-T-H.
TI      Protein dimerization between Lmo2 (Rbtn2) and Tal1
        alters thymocyte development and potentiates T cell
        tumorigenesis in transgenic mice.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1021-1027.

AU      UHL-M-A. MILLER-J-F.
TI      Integration of multiple domains in a two-component sensor
        protein: the Bordetella pertussis BvgAS phosphorelay.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1028-1036.

AU      CHEN-Y. GRALL-D. SALCINI-A-E. PELICCI-P-G.
        POUYSSEGUR-J. VAN OBBERGHEN-SCHILLING-E.
TI      Shc adaptor proteins are key transducers of mitogenic
        signaling mediated by the G protein-coupled thrombin
        receptor.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1037-1044.

AU      CHAN-D-C. BEDFORD-M-T. LEDER-P.
TI      Formin binding proteins bear WWP/WW domains that
        bind proline-rich peptides and functionally resemble SH3
        domains.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1045-1054.

AU      YOSHIMURA-A. ICHIHARA-M. KINJYO-I.
        MORIYAMA-M. COPELAND-N-G. GILBERT-D-J.
        JENKINS-N-A. HARA-T. MIYAJIMA-A.
TI      Mouse oncostatin M: an immediate early gene induced by
        multiple cytokines through the JAK-STAT5 pathway.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1055-1063.

AU      YAN-H. KRISHNAN-K. GREENLUND-A-C. GUPTA-S.
        LIM-J-T-E. SCHREIBER-R-D. SCHINDLER-C-W.
        KROLEWSKI-J-J.
TI      Phosphorylated interferon-alpha receptor 1 subunit
        (IFNaR1) acts as a docking site for the latent form of the
        113 kDA STAT2 protein.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1064-1074.

AU      GUPTA-S. YAN-H. WONG-L-H. RALPH-S.
        KROLEWSKI-J. SCHINDLER-C.
TI      The SH2 domains of Stat1 and Stat2 mediate multiple
        interactions in the transduction of IFN-alpha signals.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1075-1084.

AU      COUE-M. KEARSEY-S-E. MECHALI-M.
TI      Chromatin binding, nuclear localization and
        phosphorylation of Xenopus cdc21 are cell-cycle
        dependent and associated with the control of initiation of
        DNA replication.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1085-1097.

AU      BLENDY-J-A. KAESTNER-K-H. SCHMID-W. GASS-P.
        SCHUTZ-G.
TI      Targeting of the CREB gene leads to up-regulation of a
        novel CREB mRNA isoform.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1098-1106.

AU      PARRINI-M-C. BERNARDI-A. PARMEGGIANI-A.
TI      Determinants of Ras proteins specifying the sensitivity to
        yeast Ira2p and human p120-GAP.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1107-1111.

AU      VAN LINT-C. EMILIANI-S. OTT-M. VERDIN-E.
TI      Transcriptional activation and chromatin remodeling of the
        HIV-1 promoter in response to histone acetylation.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1112-1120.

AU      CAFFARELLI-E. FATICA-A. PRISLEI-S.
        DE GREGORIO-E. FRAGAPANE-P. BOZZONI-I.
TI      Processing of the intron-encoded U16 and U18 snoRNAs:
        the conserved C and D boxes control both the processing
        reaction and the stability of the mature snoRNA.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1121-1131.

AU      HAYES-R. KUDLA-J. SCHUSTER-G. GABAY-L.
        MALIGA-P. GRUISSEM-W.
TI      Chloroplast mRNA 3'-end processing by a high molecular
        weight protein complex is regulated by nuclear encoded
        RNA binding proteins.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1132-1141.

AU      AULD-D-S. SCHIMMEL-P.
TI      Single sequence of a helix-loop peptide confers functional
        anticodon recognition on two tRNA synthetases.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1142-1148.

AU      KARIMI-R. EHRENBERG-M.
TI      Dissociation rates of peptidyl-tRNA from the P-site of
        E.coli ribosomes.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1149-1154.

AU      RADNEDGE-L. DAVIS-M-A. AUSTIN-S-J.
TI      P1 and P7 plasmid partition: ParB protein bound to its
        partition site makes a separate discriminator contact with
        the DNA that determines species specificity.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1155-1162.

AU      COLLICK-A. DREW-J. PENBERTH-J. BOIS-P.
        LUCKETT-J. SCAEROU-F. JEFFREYS-A. REIK-W.
TI      Instability of long inverted repeats within mouse
        transgenes.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1163-1171.

AU      COLLOMS-S-D. McCULLOCH-R. GRANT-K.
        NEILSON-L. SHERRATT-D-J.
TI      Xer-mediated site-specific recombination in vitro.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1172-1181.

AU      DE VEGA-M. LAZARO-J-M. SALAS-M. BLANCO-L.
TI      Primer-terminus stabilization at the 3'-5' exonuclease
        active site of phi29 DNA polymerase.  Involvement of two
        amino acid residues highly conserved in proofreading DNA
        polymerases.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1182-1192.

AU      POHJANPELTO-P. HOLTTA-E.
TI      Phosphorylation of Okazaki-like DNA fragments in
        mammalian cells and role of polyamines in the processing
        of this DNA.
SO      EMBO-J. 1996 MARCH 1. 15(5). P. 1193-1200.


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