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Subject: LITE: TOC HGM 6:08
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.BERGEN@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 1997 16:31:12 +0200

Human Molecular Genetics - ISSN 1964-6906
Volume 6, No 8
August 1997
Executive Editors:-
K E Davies, Oxford, UK
Huntingdon F Willard, Cleveland, OH, USA


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



     T W Depinet, J L Zackowski, W C Earnshaw, S Kaffe, G S
     Sekhon, R Stallard, B A Sullivan, G H Vance, D L V Dyke, H F
     Willard, A B Zinn and S Schwartz

Characterization of neo-centromeres in marker chromosomes lacking
detectable alpha-satellite DNA  P. 1195

     D D Coovert, T T Le, P E McAndrew, J Strasswimmer, T O
     Crawford, J R Mendell, S E Coulson, E J Androphy, T W Prior and
     A H M Burghes

The survival motor neuron protein in spinal muscular atrophy  P. 1205


     K E Orii, T Aoyama, K Wakui, Y Fukushima, H Miyajima, S
     Yamaguchi, T Orii, N Kondo and T Hashimoto

Genomic and mutational analysis of the mitochondrial trifunctional
protein beta-subunit (HADAB) gene in patients with trifunctional protein
deficiency  P. 1215

     K B Avraham, T Hasson, T Sobe, B Balsara, J R Testa, A B
     Skvorak, C C Morton, N G Copeland and N A Jenkins

Characterization of unconventional MYO6, the human homologue of the
gene responsible for deafness in Snell's waltzer mice  P. 1225

     S E Lloyd, W Gunther, S H S Pearce, A Thomson, M L Bianchi,
     M Bosio, I W Craig, S E Fisher, S J Scheinman, O Wrong, T J
     Jentsch and R V Thakker

Characterisation of renal chloride channel, CLCN5, mutations in
hypercalciuric nephrolithiasis (kidney stones) disorders  P. 1233

     Y Ishikawa-Brush, J F Powell, P Bolton, A P Miller, F Francis, H
     F Willard, H Lehrach and A P Monaco

Autism and multiple exostoses associated with an X;8 translocation
within the GRPR gene and 3' to the SDC2 gene  P. 1241

     I J Holt, D R Dunbar and H T Jacobs

Behaviour of a population of partially duplicated mitochondrial DNA
molecules in cell culture: segregation, maintenance and recombination
dependent upon nuclear background  P. 1251

     L Montermini, E Andermann, M Labuda, A Richter, M Pandolfo, F
     Cavalcanti, L Pianese, L Iodice, G Farina, A Monticelli, M Turano,
     A Filla, G De Michele and S Cocozza

The Friedreich ataxia GAA triplet repeat: premutation and normal
alleles  P. 1261

     P Suvanto, K Wartiovaara, M Lindahl, U Arumae, M Moshnyakov,
     N Horelli-Kuitunen, M S Airaksinen, A Palotie, H Sariola and M

Cloning, mRNA distribution and chromosomal localisation of the gene
for glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor receptor beta, a
homologue to GDNFR-alpha  P. 1267

     M P Marron, L J Raffel, H-J Garchon, C O Jacob, M Serrano-Rios,
     M T Martinez Larrad, W-P Teng, Y Park, Z-X Zhang, D R
     Goldstein, Y-W Tao, G Beaurain, J-F Bach, H-S Huang, D-F Luo,
     A Zeidler, J I Rotter, M C K Yang, T Modilevsky, N K Maclaren
     and J-X She

Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) is associated with CTLA4
polymorphisms in multiple ethnic groups  P. 1275

     Z Matsuyama, H Kawakami, H Maruyama, Y Izumi, O Komure, F
     Udaka, M Kameyama, T Nishio, Y Kuroda, M Nishimura and S

Molecular features of the CAG repeats of spinocerebellar ataxia 6
(SCA6)  P. 1283

     O Riess, L Schols, H Bottger, D Nolte, A M M Vieira-Saecker, C
     Schimming, F Kreuz, M Macek Jr, A Krebsova, M Macek Sen, T
     Klockgether, C Zuhlke and F A Laccone

SCA6 is caused by moderate CAG expansion in the alpha1A voltage-
dependent calcium channel gene  P. 1289

     S A Fabb, A F Davies, I Correa, A P Kelly, C Mackie, J Trowsdale
     and J Ragoussis

Generation of novel human MHC class II mutant B-cell lines by
integrating YAC DNA into a cell line homozygously deleted for the MHC
class II region  P. 1295

     J Flint, G P Bates, K Clark, A Dorman, D Willingham, B A Roe,
     G Micklem, D R Higgs and E J Louis

Sequence comparison of human and yeast telomeres identifies
structurally distinct subtelomeric domains  P. 1305

     F Tamanini, R Willemsen, L van Unen, C Bontekoe, H Galjaard,
     B A Oostra and A T Hoogeveen

Differential expression of FMR1, FXR1 and FXR2 proteins in human
brain and testis  P. 1315

     P F Ray, R M L Winston and A H Handyside

XIST expression from the maternal X chromosome in human male
preimplantation embryos at the blastocyst stage  P. 1323

     F V Elmslie, M Rees, M P Williamson, M Kerr, M J Kjeldsen, K
     An Pang, A Sundqvist, M L Friis, D Chadwick, A Richens, A
     Covanis, M Santos, A Arzimanoglou, C P Panayiotopoulos, D
     Curtis, W P Whitehouse, and R M Gardiner

Genetic mapping of a major susceptibility locus for juvenile
myoclonic epilepsy on chromosome 15q  P. 1329

     R S Houlston, I P M Tomlinson, D Ford, S Seal, A M Marossy, A
     Ferguson, G K T Holmes, K B Hosie, P D Howdle, D P Jewell, A
     Godkin, G D Kerr, P Kumar, R F A Logan, A H G Love, S
     Johnston, M N Marsh, S Mitton, D O'Donoghue, A Roberts, J A
     Walker-Smith and M F Stratton

Linkage analysis of candidate regions for coeliac disease genes
P. 1335

     J W Ellison, Z Wardak, M F Young, P Gehron Robey, M Laig-
     Webster and W Chiong

PHOG, a candidate gene for involvement in the short stature of Turner
syndrome  P. 1341

     R P Nair, T Henseler, S Jenich, P Stuart, C K Bichakjian, W
     Lenk, E Westphal, S-W Guo, E Christophers, J J Voorhees and J T

Evidence for two psoriasis susceptibility loci (HLA and 17q) and two
novel candidate regions (16q and 20 p) by genome-wide scan  P. 1349

     D Fernandez-Reyes, A G Craig, S A Kyes, N Peshu, R W Snow, A
     R Berendt, K Marsh and C I Newbold

A high frequency African coding polymorphism in the N-terminal domain
if  ICAM-1 predisposing to cerebral malaria in Kenya  P. 1357

     R M Brown, L J Otero and G K Brown

Transfection screening for primary defects in the pyruvate
dehydrogenase E1alpha subunit gene  P. 1361

     C S P Rose, P Patel, W Reardon, S Malcolm and R M Winter

The TWIST gene, although not disrupted in Saethre-Chotzen patients
with apparently balanced translocations of 7p21, is mutated in
familial and sporadic cases  P. 1369

     M H Shen, J Yang, M-L Loupart, A Smith and W Brown

Human mini-chromosomes in mouse embryonal stem cells  P. 1375

     M R Nelen, W C G van Staveren, E A J Peeters, M B Hassel, R J
     Gorlin, H Hamm, C F Lindboe, J-P Fryns, R H Sijmons, D
     Geoffrey Woods, E C M Mariman, G W Padberg and H Kremer

Germline mutations in the PTEN/MMAC1 gene in patients with Cowden
disease  P. 1383


Human Molecular Genetics is a monthly journal of original
peer-reviewed research, published by Oxford University Press.
In addition to the regular monthly issues, a special review issue,
reviewing important developments in the field, is published each

The papers listed above will appear in the August 1997 issue,
which is shortly to be printed. Copies are scheduled for despatch
to subscribers on 20 July 1997. If you would like further
details about Human Molecular Genetics, including details of
subscription rates, please contact:-

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Copyright in the table of contents listed above is held by
Oxford University Press, but you are welcome to circulate
them further, provided that Oxford University Press is
credited as publisher and copyright holder.

Dr. Arthur A.B. Bergen
Department of Ophthalmogenetics
The Netherlands Ophthalmic Research Institute (IOI)
Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands (KNAW)

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