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Subject: LITE: New NAR Table of Contents
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 1998 11:33:45 MET
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Nucleic Acids Research - Table of Contents
Volume 26: January - December 1998: Issue 3 - Feb 1
Location at http://www.oup.co.uk/nar/Volume_26/Issue_03

tRNA genes and retroelements in the yeast genome
Jean Hani and Horst Feldmann
Pages 689-696
Document ID = gkb150_gml

Scoring functions for computational algorithms applicable to the design of spiked oligonucleotides
Lars Juhl Jensen, Kim Vilbour Andersen, Allan Svendsen and Titus Kretzschmar
Pages 697-702
Document ID = gkb164_gml

The role of zinc finger linkers in p43 and TFIIIA binding to 5S rRNA and DNA
Robert F. Ryan and Martyn K. Darby
Pages 703-709
Document ID = gkb160_gml

A cysteine residue in helix II of the bHLH domain is essential for homodimerization of the yeast transcription factor Pho4p
Dalei Shao, Caretha L. Creasy and Lawrence W. Bergman
Pages 710-714
Document ID = gkb159_gml

Peptide nucleic acid (PNA)/DNA hybrid duplexes: intercalation by an internally linked anthraquinone
Bruce Armitage, Troels Koch, Henrik Frydenlund, Henrik Orum and Gary B. Schuster
Pages 715-720
Document ID = gkb163_gml

Efficient 3'-end formation of human [beta]-globin mRNA in vivo requires sequences within the last intron but occurs independently of the splicing reaction
Michael Antoniou, Finola Geraghty, Jacky Hurst and Frank Grosveld
Pages 721-729
Document ID = gkb166_gml

The small subunits of human and mouse DNA polymerase [epsilon] are homologous to the second largest subunit of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae DNA polymerase [epsilon]
Maarit Jokela, Minna Makiniemi, Siri Lehtonen, Claude Szpirer, Ulf Hellman and Juhani E. Syvaoja
Pages 730-734
Document ID = gkb157_gml

Determination of interactions between structured nucleic acids by fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET): selection of target sites for functional nucleic acids
Naruhisa Ota, Ken'ichi Hirano, Masaki Warashina, Alex Andrus, Bashar Mullah, Kenichi Hatanaka and Kazunari Taira
Pages 735-743
Document ID = gkb167_gml

Solution structure of the novel antitumor drug UCH9 complexed with d(TTGGCCAA) 2 as determined by NMR
Ritsuko Katahira, Masato Katahira, Yoshinori Yamashita, Harumi Ogawa, Yoshimasa Kyogoku and Mayumi Yoshida
Pages 744-755
Document ID = gkb149_gml

A 7-methylguanosine cap commits U3 and U8 small nuclear RNAs to the nucleolar localization pathway
Marty R. Jacobson and Thoru Pederson
Pages 756-760
Document ID = gkb156_gml

Matrix attachment regions and structural colinearity in the genomes of two grass species
Zoya Avramova, Alexander Tikhonov, Mingsheng Chen and Jeffrey L. Bennetzen
Pages 761-767
Document ID = gkb161_gml

A novel UV-damaged DNA binding protein emerges during the chromatin-eliminating cleavage period in Ascaris suum
Christof Seidl and Karl B. Moritz
Pages 768-777
Document ID = gkb168_gml

2'-Deoxynucleoside 5'-triphosphates modified at [alpha]-, [beta]- and [gamma]-phosphates as substrates for DNA polymerases
Ludmila A. Alexandrova, Alexander Yu. Skoblov, Maxim V. Jasko, Lyubov S. Victorova and Alexander A. Krayevsky
Pages 778-786
Document ID = gkb169_gml

Mutational analysis of the Tetrahymena telomerase RNA: identification of residues affecting telomerase activity in vitro
Chantal Autexier and Carol W. Greider
Pages 787-795
Document ID = gkb162_gml

Identification of the DNA sequence that interacts with the gut-enriched Kruppel-like factor
Janiel M. Shields and Vincent W. Yang
Pages 796-802
Document ID = gkb152_gml

Effects of deletion mutations in the yeast Ces1 protein on cell growth and morphology and on high copy suppression of mutations in mRNA capping enzyme and translation initiation factor 4A
Beate Schwer, Patrick Linder and Stewart Shuman
Pages 803-809
Document ID = gkb155_gml

A novel process for mutation detection using uracil DNA-glycosylase
Patrick Vaughan and Tommie V. McCarthy
Pages 810-815
Document ID = gkb165_gml

Structural analysis of slipped-strand DNA (S-DNA) formed in (CTG)n.(CAG)n repeats from the myotonic dystrophy locus
Christopher E. Pearson, Yuh-Hwa Wang, Jack D. Griffith and Richard R. Sinden
Pages 816-823
Document ID = gkb151_gml

Translational attenuation of the Bacillus subtilis spo0B cistron by an RNA structure encompassing the initiation region
Munehiko Asayama, Ken-ichi Saito and Yasuo Kobayashi
Pages 824-830
Document ID = gkb148_gml

Solution structure of a highly stable DNA duplex conjugated to a minor groove binder
Surat Kumar, Michael W. Reed, Howard B. Gamper Jr, Vladimir V. Gorn, Eugeny A. Lukhtanov, Matthew Foti, John West, Rich B. Meyer Jr and Barry I. Schweitzer
Pages 831-838
Document ID = gkb154_gml

Sp1 activation of a TATA-less promoter requires a species-specific interaction involving transcription factor IID
Katayoon H. Emami, Thomas W. Burke and Stephen T. Smale
Pages 839-846
Document ID = gkb153_gml

Factors associated with the mammalian RNA polymerase II holoenzyme
Andrew S. Neish, Stephen F. Anderson, Brian P. Schlegel, Wanjiang Wei and Jeffrey D. Parvin
Pages 847-853
Document ID = gkb158_gml

Interaction and effect of annealing temperature on primers used in differential display RT-PCR
Khushbeer Malhotra, Lisa Foltz, Walter C. Mahoney and Paula A. Schueler
Pages 854-856
Document ID = gkb173_gml

Repair of degraded duplex DNA from prehistoric samples using Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I and T4 DNA ligase
Carsten M. Pusch, Ian Giddings and Michael Scholz
Pages 857-859
Document ID = gkb171_gml

PCR- and ligation-mediated synthesis of marker cassettes with long flanking homology regions for gene disruption in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Jun-ichi Nikawa and Machiko Kawabata
Pages 860-861
Document ID = gkb170_gml

Increased sensitivity and reproducibility of TRAP assay by avoiding direct primers interaction
Maria Laura Falchetti, Andrea Levi, Paola Molinari, Roberto Verna and Ettore D'Ambrosio
Pages 862-863
Document ID = gkb172_gml

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Electronic Journals
Oxford University Press
Sat Jan 24 1998

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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