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  Genes & Developement: Vol 10, Issue 2  
  January 15, 1996

virtual library in human genetics and molecular biology


T. Grodzicker (Cold Spring Harbor)
N. Hastie (Edinburgh)

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
  Date of publishing: January, 1996  

Research papers

Switching transcription on and off during the yeast cell cycle: Cln/Cdc28 kinases activate bound transcription factor SBF (Swi4/Swi6) at Start, whereas Clb/Cdc28 kinases displace it from the promot er in G2
Christian Koch, Alexander Schleiffer, Gustav Ammerer, and Kim Nasmyth

Transcriptional activation of the Cdk inhibitor p21 by vitamin D3 leads to the induced differentiation of the myelomonocytic cell line U937
Min Liu, Mong-Hong Lee, Marc Cohen, Madhavi Bommakanti, and Leonard P. Freedman

Differential effects of an erythropoietin receptor gene disruption on rimitive and definitive erythropoiesis
Chyuan-Sheng Lin, Sai-Kiang Lim, Vivette D'Agati, and Frank Costantini

Keratinocyte growth factor is required for hair development but not for wound healing
Lifei Guo, Linda Degenstein, and Elaine Fuchs

Rescue of Drosophila labial null mutant by the chicken ortholog Hoxb-1 demonstrates that the function of Hox genes is phylogenetically conserved
Beat Lutz, Hui-Chen Lu, Gregor Eichele, David Miller, and Thomas C. Kaufman

Transcriptional enhancers act in cis to suppress position-effect variegation
Mark C. Walters, Wendy Magis, Steven Fiering, Jeff Eidemiller, David Scalzo, Mark Groudine, and David I.K. Martin

Adenovirus replication is coupled with the dynamic properties of the PML nuclear structure
Vassilis Doucas, Alexander M. Ishov, Anthony Romo, Henry Juguilon, Matthew D. Weitzman, Ronald M. Evans, and Gerd G. Maul

An intron enhancer recognized by splicing factors activates polyadenylation
Hua Lou, Robert F. Gagel, and Susan M. Berget

CUS1, a suppressor of cold-sensitive U2 snRNA mutations, is a novel yeast splicing factor homologous to human SAP 145
Sandra E. Wells, Megan Neville, Michelle Haynes, Jianhua Wang, Haller Igel, and Manuel Ares Jr.

Evidence that sequence-independent binding of highly conserved U2 snRNP proteins upstream of the branch site is required for assembly of spliceosomal complex A
Or Gozani, Rebecca Feld, and Robin Reed

For further information please contact: Judy Cuddihy
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
Managing Editor, Journals

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