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Subject: LITE: Nucleic Acids Research 24:17
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Fri, 13 Sep 1996 17:20:21 +0200

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Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 24:17
1 September 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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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'.


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In the TTF-1 homeodomain the contribution of several amino
acids to DNA recognition depends on the bound sequence

        Dora Fabbro, Gianluca Tell, Antonio Leonardi, Lucia
        Pellizzari, Carlo Pucillo, Renata Lonigro, Silvestro
        Formisano and Giuseppe Damante

Pages 3283-3288
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Utilization of the same DNA replication origin by human cells
of different derivation

        Sanjeev Kumar, Mauro Giacca, Paolo Norio, Giuseppe
        Biamonti, Silvano Riva and Arturo Falaschi

Pages 3289-3295
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A revised secondary structure model for the 3 '-end of hepatitis
B virus pregenomic RNA

        Alistair H. Kidd and Karin Kidd-Ljunggren

Pages 3295-3302
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Ambiguous base pairing of the purine analogue 1-(2-deoxy-
[beta]-D-ribofuranosyl)-imidazole-4-carboxamide during PCR

        Monica Sala, Valerie Pezo, Sylvie Pochet and Simon
        Wain-Hobson

Pages 3302-3306
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Molecular cloning and functional analysis of a
Schizosaccharomycespombe homologue of Escherichia coli
endonuclease III

        Teresa Roldan-Arjona, Catherine Anselmino and Tomas
        Lindahl

Pages 3307-3312
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Strength of translation initiation signal sequence of mRNA as
studied by quantification method: effect of
nucleotide substitutions upon translation efficiency in rat
preproinsulin mRNA

        Y&ocirc;ichi Iida and Takeshi Masuda

Pages 3313-3317

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The human CSB ( ERCC6 ) gene corrects the transcription-
coupled repair defect in the CHO cell mutant UV61

        David K. Orren, Grigory L. Dianov and Vilhelm A. Bohr

Pages 3317-3323

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Double strand break-induced recombination in Chlamydomonas
reinhardtii chloroplasts

        F. Durrenberger, A. J. Thompson 1,[sect], D. L. Herrin
        and J.-D. Rochaix

Pages 3323-3331

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A yeast cap binding protein complex (yCBC) acts at an early
step in pre-mRNA splicing

        Joe D. Lewis, Dirk Gorlich and Iain W. Mattaj

Pages 3332-3336

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The germline gene encoding DNA polymerase [alpha] in the
hypotrichous ciliate  Oxytricha nova is extremely scrambled

        David C. Hoffman and David M. Prescott

Pages 3337-3340

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The reverse two-hybrid system: a genetic scheme for
selectionagainst specific protein/protein interactions

        Candice A. Leanna and Mark Hannink

Pages 3341-3348

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Native DNA repeats and methylation in Ascobolus

        Christophe Goyon, Jean-Luc Rossignol and Godeleine
        Faugeron

Pages 3348-3357

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Synthesis and properties of DNA-PNA chimeric oligomers

        Patrick J. Finn, Neil J. Gibson, Rachel Fallon, Alan
        Hamilton and Tom Brown

Pages 3357-3364

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A photolabile 2 ' , 3 '-dideoxyuridylate analog bearing
anaryl(trifluoromethyl)diazirine moiety: photoaffinity labeling
of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase

        Toyofumi Yamaguchi and Mineo Saneyoshi

Pages 3364-3370

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Mutational analysis of the human nucleotide excision repair gene
ERCC1

        Anneke M. Sijbers, Peter J. van der Spek, Hanny Odijk,
        Joke van denBerg, Marcel van Duin, Andries Westerveld
        [sect], Nicolaas G. J. Jaspers, Dirk Bootsma and Jan H. J.
        Hoeijmakers

Pages 3370-3381

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A quantitative map of nucleotide substitution rates in bacterial
rRNA

        Yves Van de Peer, Sabine Chapelle and Rupert De
        Wachter

Pages 3381-3391

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Triplex-forming oligonucleotides trigger conformation changes
of atarget hairpin sequence

        Elena Brossalina, Elena Demchenko, Yulija Demchenko,
        ValentinVlassov and Jean-Jacques Toulme

Pages 3392-3398

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Fe[middot]bleomycin as a probe of RNA conformation

        Chris E. Holmes, Anil T. Abraham, Sidney M. Hecht,
        Catherine Florentz and Richard Giege

Pages 3399-3407

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High-affinity and specific recognition of human thyroid
stimulating hormone (hTSH) by in vitro -selected 2'-amino-
modified RNA

        Yun Lin, Daniel Nieuwlandt, Anna Magallanez, Bruce
        Feistner and Sumedha D. Jayasena

Pages 3407-3414

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The Cbp2 protein suppresses splice site mutations in a group I
intron

        Lynn C. Shaw, James Thomas, Jr and Alfred S. Lewin

Pages 3415-3424

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UGA suppression by {t R N A} sub {C m C A} sup {T r
p}occurs in diverse virus RNAs due to a limited influence of the
codon context

        Carsten Urban, Karin Zerfa&szlig;, Christiane Fingerhut
        and Hildburg Beier

Pages 3424-3430

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In vivo analysis of the plasmid pAM [beta]1 resolution system

        Laurent Janniere, Steven McGovern, Catherine Pujol,
        Marie-Agnes Petit and S. Dusko Ehrlich

Pages 3431-3436
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Representation of unique sequences in libraries of
randomized
nucleic acids

        Martin Tabler, Panayiotis Benos and Martin Dorr

Pages 3437-3438

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Splice site prediction in Arabidopsis thaliana pre-mRNA
by
combining local and global sequence information

        Stefan M. Hebsgaard, Peter G. Korning, Niels Tolstrup,
        Jacob Engelbrecht, Pierre Rouze and Soren Brunak

Pages 3439-3452

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A short ClC-2 mRNA transcript is produced by exon skipping

        Shijian Chu, Carol B. Murray, Minzhi M. Liu and
        Pamela L. Zeitlin

Pages 3453-3458

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Hydrogen bond geometry in DNA-minor groove binding drug
complexes

        Lydia Tabernero, Jordi Bella and Carlos Aleman

Pages 3458-3467

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Directed mutagenesis of YAC-cloned DNA using a rapid, PCR-
based screening protocol

        Rebecca M. Tucker and David T. Burke

Pages 3467-3468

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One-step PCR mediated strategy for the construction of

conditionally expressed and epitope tagged yeast proteins

        Denis Lafontaine and David Tollervey

Pages 3469-3472

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A fluorescence-labeling method for sequencing small RNA
on
polyacrylamide gel

        Tian-ping Wu, Kang-cheng Ruan and Wang-yi Liu

Pages 3472-3473
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A positive screen for cloning PCR products

        Paul Keese and Lynda Graf

Pages 3474-3475
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Introduction of the negative selection marker into replacement

vectors by a single ligation step

        Georgios Tzimagiorgis, Theologos M. Michaelidis, Dan
        Lindholm and Hans Thoenen

Pages 3476-3477

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Preparation of a differentially expressed, full-length cDNA

expression library by RecA-mediated triple-strand formation
with subtractively enriched cDNA fragments

        Theodorus B. M. Hakvoort, Johannes A. A. Spijkers,
        Jacqueline L. M.Vermeulen and Wouter H. Lamers

Pages 3478-3480

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Department of Ophthalmogenetics
The Netherlands Ophthalmic Research Institute (IOI)
Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands (KNAW)

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