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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: LITE: Human Molecular Genetics 5:8, 5:9
From: "Frank S. Zollmann" <Frank.Zollmann@rz.uni-rostock.de>
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 1996 08:53:05 +0200


1. Tables of contents for Human Molecular Genetics from
May 1995 to the latest issue can be found on the
HUM-MOLGEN web site at:-


2.     Abstracts for the papers listed below will shortly be
        available at the Oxford University Press World Wide
        Web site. Simply go to the Human Molecular Genetics home
        page at:-


        and click on "Contents and Abstracts of Current

Human Molecular Genetics - ISSN 1964-6906
Volume 5, No 8
August 1996
Executive Editors:-
K E Davies, Oxford, UK
Huntington F Willard, Cleveland, OH, USA


The fragile X mental retardation protein is a ribonucleoprotein
containing both nuclear localization and nuclear export signals
        D E Eberhart, H E Malter, Y Feng and S T Warren
P. 1083

Subcellular localization of the Huntington's disease gene product in
cell lines by immunofluorescence and biochemical subcellular
        K E De Rooij, J C Dorsman, M A Smoor, J T Den Dunnen
        and G-J B Van Ommen
P. 1093

Chromosome 11p15.5 regional imprinting: comparative analysis of
KIP2 and H19 in human tissues and Wilms' tumors
        W-Y Chung, L Yuan, L Feng, T Hensle and B Tycko
P. 1101


The Kallmann syndrome gene product expressed in COS cells is
cleaved on the cell surface to yield a diffusible component
        E I Rugarli, C Ghezzi, V Valsecchi and A Ballabio
P. 1109

Further evidence for an imprinted gene for neonatal diabetes localised
to chromosome 6q22-q23
        I K Temple, R J Gardner, D O Robinson, M S Kibirige, A W
        Ferguson, J D Baum, J C K Barber, R S James and J P H
P. 1117

Biallelic expression of the IGF2 gene in human breast disease
        A H McCann, N Miller, A O'Meara, I Pedersen, K Keogh, T
        Gorey and P A Dervan
P. 1123

Association between atopic asthma and a coding variant of
Fc[EPSILON]RI[BETA] in a Japanese population
        T Shirakawa, X-Q Mao, S Sasaki, T Enomoto, M Kawai, K
        Morimoto and J Hopkin
P. 1129

A fine-scale comparison of the human and chimpanzee genomes:
linkage, linkage disequilibrium, and sequence analysis
        B Crouau-Roy, S Service, M Slatkin and N. Freimer
P. 1131

Ott, a mouse X-linked multigene family expressed specifically during
        S M Kerr, M H Taggart, M Lee and H J Cooke
P. 1139

Differential expression of dystrophin isoforms in strains of mdx mice
with different mutations
        W B Im, S F Phelps, E H Copen, E G Adams, J L Slightom
        and J S Chamberlain
P. 1149

Mouse/human sequence divergence in a region with a paternal-
specific methylation imprint at the human H19 locus
        Y Jinno, K Sengoku, M Nakao, K Tamate, T Miyamoto, T
        Matsuzuka, J S Sutcliffe, T Anan, N Takuma, K Nisiwaki, Y
        Ikeda, T Ishimaru, M Ishikawa and N Niikawa
P. 1155

Chromosomal stabilisation by a subtelomeric rearrangement
involving two closely related Alu elements
        J Flint, J Rochette, C F Craddock, C Dode, B Vignes, S W
        Horsley, L Kearney, V J Buckle, H Ayyub and D R Higgs
P. 1163

Human Usher 1B/mouse shaker-1: the retinal phenotype discrepancy
explained by the presence/absence of myosin VIIA in the
photoreceptor cells
        A El-Amraoui, I Sahly, S Picaud, J Sahel, M Abitbol and C
P. 1171

Identification of a novel sarcoglycan gene at 5q33 encoding a
sarcolemmal 35 kDa glycoprotein
        V Nigro, G Piluso, A Belsito, L Politano, A A Puca,
        S Papparella, E Rossi, G Viglietto, M G Esposito, C
        Abbondanza, N Medici, A M Molinari, G Nigro and G A
P. 1179


Identification of a new locus for autosomal dominant non-syndromic
hearing impairment (DFNA7) in a large Norwegian family
        T Fagerheim, O Nilssen, P Raeymaekers, V Brox, T Moum,
        H H Elverland, E Teig, H H Omland, G K Fostad and L
P. 1187

A ninth locus (RP18) for autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa
maps in the pericentromeric region of chromosome 1
        S Y Xu, M Schwartz, T Rosenberg and A Gal
P. 1193

A second locus (GLC3B) for primary congenital glaucoma
(Buphthalmus) maps to the 1p36 region
        A N Akarsu, M E Turacli, S G Aktan, M Barsoum-Homsy, L
        Chevrette, B S Sayli and M Sarfarazi
P. 1199


Human Molecular Genetics - ISSN 1964-6906
Volume 5, No 9
September 1996
Executive Editors:-
K E Davies, Oxford, UK
Huntington F Willard, Cleveland, OH, USA


Evolutionary conservation of sequence and expression of the
bHLH protein Atonal suggests a conserved role in neurogenesis
        N Ben-Arie, A E McCall, S Berkman, G Eichele, H J
        Bellen and H Y Zoghbi
P. 1207

New mutations in acetylcholine receptor subunit genes reveal
heterogeneity in the slow-channel congenital myasthenic
        A G Engel, K Ohno, M Milone, H-L Wang, S Nakano, C
        Bouzat, J N Pruitt II, D O Hutchinson, J M Brengman, N
        Bren, J P Sieb and S M Sine
P. 1217

Identification of a hot spot for microdeletions in patients with X-
linked deafness type 3 (DFN3) 900 kb proximal to the DFN3
gene POU3F4
        Y J M de Kok, E R Vossenaar, C W R J Cremers, N
        Dahl, J Laporte, L J Hu, D Lacombe, N Fischel-
        Ghodsian, R A Friedman, L S Parnes, P Thorpe, M
        Bitner-Glindzicz, H-J Pander, H Heilbronner, J
        Graveline, J T den Dunnen, H G Brunner, H-H Ropers
        and F P M Cremers
P. 1229


In vitro expression analysis shows that the secretory form of
gelsolin is the sole source of amyloid in gelsolin-related
        H Kangas, T Paunio, N Kalkkinen, A Jalanko and L
P. 1237

Microsatellite instability and mutation analysis of hMSH2 and
hMLH1 in patients with sporadic, familial and hereditary
colorectal cancer
        G Moslein, D J Tester, N M Lindor, R Honchel, J M
        Cunningham, A J French, K C Halling, M Schwab, P
        Goretzki and S N Thibodeau
P. 1245

Founder effect in spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy (SBMA)
        F Tanaka, M Doyu, Y Ito, M Matsumoto, T Mitsuma, K
        Abe, M Aoki, Y Itoyama, K H Fischbeck and G Sobue
P. 1253

Cloning and expression analyses of mouse dystroglycan gene:
specific expression in maternal decidua at the peri-implantation
        S Yotsumoto, H Fujiwara, J H Horton, T A Mosby, X
        Wang, Y Cui and M S H Ko
P. 1259

A 27 bp deletion of the anti-Mullerian type I receptor gene is the
most common cause of the persistent Mullerian duct syndrome
        S Imbeaud, C Belville, L Messika-Zeitoun, R Rey, N di
        Clemente, N Josso and J-Y Picard
P. 1269

Breakpoint diversity illustrates distinct mechanisms for
Robertsonian translocation formation
        S L Page, J-C Shin, J-Y Han, K H A Choo and L G Shaffer
P. 1279

Human, canine and murine BRCA1 genes: sequence comparison
among species
        C I Szabo, L A Wagner, L V Francisco, J C Roach, R
        Argonza, M-C King and E A Ostrander
P. 1289

Reduced levels of dystrophin associated proteins in the brains of
mice deficient for Dp71
        D S Greenberg, Y Schatz, Z Levy, P Pizzo, D Yaffe and
        U Nudel
P. 1299

A human homologue of Drosophila minibrain (MNB) is
expressed in the neuronal regions affected in Down syndrome
and maps to the critical region
        J Guimera, C Casas, C Pucharcos, A Solans, A
        Domenech, A M Planas, J Ashley, M Lovett, X Estivill
        and M A Pritchard
P. 1305

Spinocerebellar ataxia type-1 and spinobulbar muscular atrophy
gene products interact with glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate
        B Koshy, T Matilla, E N Burright, D E Merry, K H
        Fischbeck, H T Orr and H Y Zoghbi
P. 1311

KVLQT1 mutations in three families with familial or sporadic
long QT syndrome
        M W Russell, M Dick II, F S Collins and L C Brody
P. 1319

Genetic variation at a splicing branch point in intron 9 of the low
density lipoprotein (LDL)-receptor gene: a rare mutation that
disrupts mRNA splicing in a patient with familial
hypercholesterolaemia and a common polymorphism
        J C Webb, D D Patel, C C Shoulders, B L Knight and A
        K Soutar
P. 1325

The t(X;1)(p11.2;q21.2) translocation in papillary renal cell
carcinoma fuses a novel gene PRCC to the TFE3 transcription
factor gene
        S K Sidhar, J Clark, S Gill, R Hamoudi, A J Crew, R
        Gwilliam, M Ross, W M Linehan, S Birdsall, J Shipley
        and C S Cooper
P. 1333

A family with Stickler syndrome type 2 has a mutation in the
COL 11A1 gene resulting in the substitution of glycine 97 by
valine in a1(XI) collagen
        A J Richards, J R W Yates, R Williams, S J Payne, F M
        Pope, J D Scott and M P Snead
P. 1339

Role of late replication timing in the silencing of X-linked genes
        R Scott Hansen, T K Canfield, A D Fjeld and S M
P. 1345

The mouse Smcx gene exhibits developmental and tissue
specific variation in degree of escape from X inactivation
        S Sheardown, D Norris, A Fisher and N Brockdorff
P. 1355

Tissue and lineage-specific variation in inactive X chromosome
expression of the murine Smcx gene
        L Carrel, P A Hunt and H F Willard
P. 1361


Localization of a gene for Mobius syndrome to chromosome 3q
by linkage analysis in a Dutch family
        H Kremer, L P Kuyt, B van den Helm, M van Reen, J A
        M Leunissen, B C J Hamel, C Jansen, E C M Mariman,
        R R Frants and G W Padberg
P. 1367

Autosomal dominant Charcot-Marie-Tooth axonal neuropathy
mapped on chromosome 7p (CMT2D)
        V Ionasescu, C Searby, V C Sheffield, T Roklina, D
        Nishimura and R Ionasescu
P. 1373

Linkage of scapuloperoneal spinal muscular atrophy to
chromosome 12q24.1-q24.31
        K Isozumi, R DeLong, J Kaplan, H-X Deng, Z Iqbal, W-
        Y Hung, K C Wilhelmsen, A Hentati, M A Pericak-
        Vance and T Siddique
P. 1377

A novel locus for non-syndromic sensorineural deafness (DFN6)
maps to chromosome Xp22
        I del Castillo, M Villamar, M Sarduy, L Romero, C
        Herraiz, F J Hernandez, M Rodriguez, I Borras, A
        Montero, J Bellon, M C Tapia and F Moreno
P. 1383


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In addition to the regular monthly issues, a special review issue,
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