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Subject: LITE: NAR TOC dec 97
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 1997 09:45:01 MET
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Nucleic Acids Research - Table of Contents
Volume 25: January - December 1997: Issue 24 - Dec 15
Location at http://www.oup.co.uk/nar/Volume_25/Issue_24

A multiplicity of mediators: alternative forms of transcription complexes communicate with transcriptional regulators.
Meiping Chang and Judith A. Jaehning.
Pages 4861-4865
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka775

Template directed incorporation of nucleotide mixtures using azole-nucleobase analogs.
Geoffrey C. Hoops, Peiming Zhang, W. Travis Johnson, Natasha Paul, Donald E. Bergstrom and V. Jo Davisson.
Pages 4866-4871
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka812

A new nomenclature for the cytoplasmic ribosomal proteins of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
W. H. Mager, R. J. Planta, J.-P. G. Ballesta1, J. C. Lee, K. Mizuta, K. Suzuki, J. R. Warner and J. Woolford.
Pages 4872-4875
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka813

The CLUSTAL_X windows interface: flexible strategies for multiple sequence alignment aided by quality analysis tools.
Julie D. Thompson, Toby J. Gibson1, Frederic Plewniak, Francois Jeanmougin and Desmond G. Higgins.
Pages 4876-4882
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka797

Role of acceptor stem conformation in tRNAValrecognition by its cognate synthetase.
Mingsong Liu, Wen-Chy Chu, Jack C.-H. Liu and Jack Horowitz.
Pages 4883-4890
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka807

Recognition of GC base pairs by triplex forming oligonucleotides containing nucleosides derived from 2-aminopyridine.
Sarah A. Cassidy, Peter Slickers, John O. Trent, Daniel C. Capaldi, Peter D. Roselt, Colin B. Reese2, Stephen Neidle and Keith R. Fox.
Pages 4891-4898
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka804

Mirror image alternative interaction patterns of the same tRNA with either class I arginyl-tRNA synthetase or class II aspartyl-tRNA synthetase.
Marie Sissler, Gilbert Eriani, Franck Martin, Richard Giege and Catherine Florentz.
Pages 4899-4906
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka800

Electric field directed nucleic acid hybridization on microchips.
Carl F. Edman, Daniel E. Raymond, David J. Wu, Eugene Tu, Ronald G. Sosnowski, William F. Butler, Michael Nerenberg and Michael J. Heller.

Pages 4907-4914
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka811

CDF-1, a novel E2F-unrelated factor, interacts with cell cycle-regulated repressor elements in multiple promoters.
Ningshu Liu, Frances C. Lucibello, Kathrin Korner, Lawrence A. Wolfraim, Jork Zwickerw and Rolf Muller.
Pages 4915-4920
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka777

The differential binding of E2F and CDF repressor complexes contributes to the timing of cell cycle-regulated transcription.
Frances C. Lucibello, Ningshu Liu, Jork Zwicker, Claudia Gross and Rolf Muller.
Pages 4921-4925
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka778

CDI-1-mediated repression of cell cycle genes targets a specific subset of transactivators.
Jork Zwicker, Frances C. Lucibello, Valrie Jerome, Sabine Brusselbach and Rolf Muller.
Pages 4926-4932
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka779

Characterization of the TATA-less core promoter of the cell cycle-regulated cdc25C gene.
Kathrin Korner, Lawrence A. Wolfraim, Frances C. Lucibello and Rolf Muller.
Pages 4933-4939
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka776

NUCPLOT: a program to generate schematic diagrams of protein-nucleic acid interactions .
Nicholas M. Luscombe, Roman A. Laskowski and Janet M. Thornton.
Pages 4940-4945
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka795

A novel nucleic acid-binding protein that interacts with human Rad51 recombinase.
Oleg V. Kovalenko, Efim I. Golub, Patricia Bray-Ward, David C. Ward and Charles M. Radding.
Pages 4946-4953
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka788

Inhibitory properties of double helix forming circular oligonucleotides.
Elena Azhayeva, Alex Azhayev, Seppo Auriola, Unni Tengvall, Arto Urtti and Harri Lonnberg.
Pages 4954-4961
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka791

Interaction of minor groove binding ligands with long AT tracts.
Anita Abu-Daya and Keith R. Fox.

Pages 4962-4969
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka780

A structure-specific endonuclease from cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis) inflorescence.
Seisuke Kimura, Mihoko Kai, Hiroyuki Kobayashi, Atsushi Suzuki1, Hiroshi Morioka, Eiko Otsuka and Kengo Sakaguchi.
Pages 4970-4976
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka783

The trypanosomatid Leptomonas collosoma 7SL RNA gene. Analysis of elements controlling its expression.
Herzel Ben-Shlomo, Alexander Levitan, Oded Beja and Shulamit Michaeli.
Pages 4977-4985
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka805

The effect of structure in a long target RNA on ribozyme cleavage efficiency.
Thomas B. Campbell, Cheryl K. McDonald and Moira Hagen.

Pages 4985-4993
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka799

Information analysis of Fis binding sites.
Paul N. Hengen, Stacy L. Bartram, Lisa E. Stewart and Thomas D. Schneider.
Pages 4994-5002
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka809

Differential effect of H1 variant overproduction on gene expression is due to differences in the central globular domain.
David T. Brown, Akash Gunjan, Barbara T. Alexander and Donald B. Sittman.
Pages 5003-5009
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka802

A rapid in vitro method for obtaining RNA accessibility patterns for complementary DNA probes: correlation with an intracellular pattern and known RNA structures.
Olga Matveeva, Brice Felden, Scott Audlin1, Raymond F. Gesteland and John F. Atkins.
Pages 5010-5016
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka794

Effects of heterologous downstream sequences on the activity of the HIV-1 promoter and its response to Tat.
Michael E. Greenberg and Michael B. Mathews.
Pages 5017-5024
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka789

HUB1, a novel Kruppel type zinc finger protein, represses the human T cell leukemia virus type I long terminal repeat-mediated expression.
Koichi Okumura, Gaku Sakaguchi, Kazumi Naito, Takahiko Tamura and Hisanaga Igarashi.
Pages 5025-5032
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka782

Genetic interactions of conserved regions in the DEAD-box protein Prp28p.
Tien-Hsien Chang, Lori J. Latus, Zheng Liu and John M. Abbott.

Pages 5033-5040
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka806

Identification of DNA replication and cell cycle proteins that interact with PCNA.
Gabriel Loor, Shan-Jian Zhang, Peng Zhang, N. Lan Toomey and Marietta Y. W. T. Lee.
Pages 5041-5046
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka786

Reactivation of denatured proteins by domain V of bacterial 23S rRNA.
Debashis Pal, Subrata Chattopadhyay, Suparna Chandra, Dibyendu Sarkar, Abhijit Chakraborty and Chanchal Das Gupta.
Pages 5047-5051
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka781

The methylated DNA binding protein-2-H1 (MDBP-2-H1) consists of histone H1 subtypes which are truncated at the C-terminus.
Steffen Schwarz, Daniel Hess and Jean-Pierre Jost.
Pages 5052-5056
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka801

Functional analysis of a replication origin from Saccharomyces cerevisiae: identification of a new replication enhancer.
Santanu Raychaudhuri, Randy Byers, Todd Upton and Shlomo Eisenberg.
Pages 5057-5064
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka803

Nested genetic bit analysis (N-GBA) for mutation detection in the p53 tumor suppressor gene.
Steven R. Head, Yu-Hui Rogers, Kalpana Parikh, Guang Lan, Stephen Anderson, Philip Goelet and Michael T. Boyce-Jacino.
Pages 5065-5071
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka796

Test of the potential of a dATP surrogate for sequencing via MALDI-MS.
Swanee Jacutin, Alex J. Zhang, David H. Russell, Richard A. Gibbs and Kevin Burgess.
Pages 5072-5076
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka792

Minor groove DNA alkylation directed by major groove triplex forming oligodeoxyribonucleotides.
Eugeny A. Lukhtanov, Alan G. Mills, Igor V. Kutyavin, Vladimir V. Gorn, Michael W. Reed and Rich B. Meyer.
Pages 5077-5084
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka790

Use of an engineered ribozyme to produce a circular human exon.
Svetlana Mikheeva, Mariam Hakim-Zargar, Daphne Carlson and Kevin Jarrell.

Pages 5085-5094
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka808

Retinoblastoma protein expression facilitates chromatin remodeling at the HLA-DRA promoter.
Aaron Osborne, Michael Tschickardt and George Blanck.
Pages 5095-5102
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka785

In vivo analyses of RNA polymerase I termination in Schizosaccharomyces pombe.
Yuri F. Melekhovets, Philip S. Shwed and Ross N. Nazar.
Pages 5103-5109
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka773

The proofreading domain of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I and other DNA and/or RNA exonuclease domains.
Michael J. Moser, William R. Holley, Aloke Chatterjee and I. Saira Mian.
Pages 5110-5118
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka793

Single substitutions of phosphorothioates in the HDV ribozyme G73 define regions necessary for optimal self-cleaving activity.
Nita S. Prabhu, Gail Dinter-Gottlieb and Philip A. Gottlieb.
Pages 5119-5124
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka787

Detection of a single base exchange in PCR-amplified DNA fragments using agarose gel electrophoresis containing bisbenzimide-PEG.
Michael Muller, Lothar Kruse, Alex M. Tabrett and Dez J. Barbara1.
Pages 5125-5126
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka784

Microwave assisted rapid deprotection of oligodeoxyribonucleotides.
P. Kumar and K. C. Gupta.

Pages 5127-5129
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka756

RAPD-based screening of genomic libraries for positional cloning.
Waly Dioh, Didier Tharreau and Marc-Henri Lebrun.

Pages 5130-5131
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka798

Antibody-ribosome-mRNA (ARM) complexes as efficient selection particles for in vitro display and evolution of antibody combining sites.
Mingyue He and Michael J. Taussig.
Pages 5132-5134
Document ID=NAR_25_24_gka810

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