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Subject: LITE: Nucleic Acids Research 24:10 (fwd)
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Fri, 10 May 1996 09:38:31 +0200

Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 24:10
15 May 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

NOTE: Abstracts of all these papers are available at the NAR
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Compilation and analysis of viroid and viroid-like RNA

        Frederic Bussiere , Daniel Lafontaine and Jean-Pierre

Tsp49I (ACGT <=> ), a thermostable neoschizomer of the Type
II restriction endonuclease Mae II (A <=> CGT), discovered in
isolates of the genus Thermus from the Azores, Iceland and New

        Simon G. Welch and Ralph A.D. Williams

Pages 1799-1801

Random-breakage mapping method applied to human DNA

        Markus Loebrich , Bjoern Rydberg and Priscilla K. Cooper

Pages 1802-1809

The viral thymidine kinase gene as a tool for the study of
mutagenesis in Trypanosoma brucei

        Jesus Valdes , Martin C. Taylor [sect] , Michael A. Cross
        , Marjolijn J. L. Ligtenberg  , Gloria Rudenko and Piet

Pages 1809-1815

Phosphorylation/dephosphorylation of the repressor MDBP-2-
H1 selectively affects the level of transcription from a
methylated promoter in vitro

        Alain Bruhat and Jean-Pierre Jost

Pages 1816-1821

Identification and characterisation of two transcriptional
repressor elements within the coding sequence of the
Saccharomyces cerevisiae HXK2 gene

        Pilar Herrero , Mario Ramirez , Carlos Martinez-Campa
        and Fernando Moreno

Pages 1822-1829

In vitro and in vivo evidence that protein and U1 snRNP nuclear
import in somatic cells differ in their requirement for GTP-
hydrolysis, Ran/TC4 and RCC1

        Christopher Marshallsay , Achim Dickmanns , F. Ralf
        Bischoff , Herwig Ponstingl , Ellen Fanning and
        Reinhard Luehrmann

Pages 1829-1836

Mutagenicity of a unique thymine-thymine dimer or thymine-
thymine pyrimidine pyrimidone (6-4) photoproduct in
mammalian cells

        A. Gentil , F. Le Page , A. Margot , C. W. Lawrence , A.
        Borden and A. Sarasin

Pages 1837-1841

Oligodeoxynucleoside phosphoramidates (P-NH 2 ): synthesis
and thermal stability of duplexes with DNA and RNA targets

        Suzanne Peyrottes , Jean-Jacques Vasseur , Jean-Louis
        Imbach and Bernard Rayner

Pages 1841-1849

The small subunit of the splicing factor U2AF is conserved in
fission yeast

        Kelly Wentz-Hunter and Judith Potashkin

Pages 1849-1855

The basic domain/leucine zipper protein hXBP-1 preferentially
binds to and transactivates CRE-like sequences containing an
ACGT core

        Isabelle M. Clauss , Micheline Chu , Ji-Liang Zhao and
        Laurie H. Glimcher

Pages 1855-1865

Interaction of the IciA protein with AT-rich regions in plasmid
replication origins

        Tao Wei and Rolf Bernander

Pages 1865-1873

Structural and functional analysis of the human Y-box binding
protein (YB-1) gene promoter

        Yoshinari Makino , Takefumi Ohga , Satoshi Toh , Koji
        Koike , Katsuzumi Okumura , Morimasa Wada ,
        Michihiko Kuwano and Kimitoshi Kohno

Pages 1873-1878

Kluyveromyces lactis killer system: analysis of cytoplasmic
promoters of the linear plasmids

        Joerg Schickel , Christiane Helmig and Friedhelm

Pages 1879-1886

DNA replication initiates non-randomly at multiple sites near
the c-myc gene in HeLa cells

        Susan E. Waltz , Alpa A. Trivedi w and Michael Leffak

Pages 1887-1894

A nuclear matrix-specific factor that binds a specific segment of
the negative regulatory element (NRE) of HIV-1 LTR and
inhibits NF- [kappa]B activity

        Tammy Hoover , Judy Mikovits , Dan Court , Ya-lun Liu
        , Hsiang-fu Kung1 and Raziuddin

Pages 1895-1901

Potent antisense oligonucleotides to the human multidrug
resistance-1 mRNA are rationally selected by mapping RNA-
accessible sites with oligonucleotide libraries

        Siew Peng Ho , Dustin H. O. Britton , Barry A. Stone ,
        Davette L. Behrens , Lynn M. Leffet , Frank W. Hobbs ,
        Jeff A. Miller and George L. Trainor

Pages 1901-1907

Fusion with an RNA binding domain to confer target RNA
specificity to an Rnase: design and engineering of Tat-Rnase H
that specifically recognizes and cleaves HIV-1 RNA in vitro

        Yuri F. Melekhovets and Sadhna Joshi

Pages 1908-1913

Gene structure and characterization of the murine homologue of
the B cell-specific transcriptional coactivator OBF-1

        Daniel B. Schubart , Patrick Sauter , Steffen Massa ,
        Erika M. Friedl , Heidi Schwarzenbach and Patrick

Pages 1913-1920

Substitution of basic amino acids in the basic region stabilizes
DNA binding by E12 homodimers

        Stephen J. Vitola , Aifei Wang and Xiao-Hong Sun

Pages 1921-1927

Transcriptional regulation of the MHC class I HLA-A11
promoter by the zinc finger protein ZFX

        Myriam L'Haridon , Pascale Paul , Jean-Guilhem Xerri ,
        Helene Dastot , Christelle Dolliger , Michel Schmid ,
        Nelly de Angelis , Laurence Grollet , Francois Sigaux ,
        Laurent Degos and Claude Gazin

Pages 1928-1935

Initiator protein [pi] can bind independently to two domains of
the [gamma] origin core of plasmid R6K: the direct repeats and
the A+T-rich segment

        Igor Levchenko and Marcin Filutowicz

Pages 1936-1942

Programmed DNA rearrangement from an intron during nuclear
development in Tetrahymena thermophila : molecular analysis
and identification of potential cis -acting sequences

        Jinliang Li and Ronald E. Pearlman

Pages 1943-1949

Apurinic/apyrimidinic (AP) endonuclease from Dictyostelium
discoideum : cloning, nucleotide sequence and induction by
sublethal levels of DNA damaging agents

        Thomas M. Freeland , Robert B. Guyer , Angela Z. Ling
        and Reginald A. Deering

Pages 1950-1953

The histone 3 '-terminal stem-loop is necessary for translation in
Chinese hamster ovary cells

        Daniel R. Gallie , Nancy J. Lewis and William F.

Pages 1954-1963

Use of a pyrimidine nucleoside that functions as a bidentate
hydrogen bond donor for the recognition of isolated or
contiguous G-C base pairs by oligonucleotide-directed triplex

        Guobing Xiang , Robert Bogacki and Larry W.

Pages 1963-1970

The transactivation potential of a c-Myc N-terminal region
(residues 92-143) is regulated by growth factor/Ras signaling

        Michael S. Colman and Michael C. Ostrowski

Pages 1971-1979

Improved cloning of antibody variable regions from hybridomas
by an antisense-directed RNase H digestion of the P3-X63-
Ag8.653 derived pseudogene mRNA

        Christian Ostermeier and Hartmut Michel

Pages 1979-1980

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