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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: LITE: NAR TOCs 3 issues: 23:15; 23:16; 23:17
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Mon, 4 Sep 1995 10:28:35 +0100

Subj:   Nucleic Acids Research 23:15

=============================================
Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 23:15
11 August 1995
=============================================

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
=============================================
CONTENTS
=============================================


        AU     Yang-T.A.  Heiser-W.C.  Sedivy-J-M.
        TI     Efficient in situ electroporation of mammalian
                 cells grown on microporous membranes
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 2803-2810

        AU     Lorsch-J-R.  Bartel-D-P.  Szostak-J-W.
        TI     Reverse transcriptase reads through a 2' -5'
                 linkage and a 2' -thiophosphate in a template
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2811-2814

        AU     Dirks-R-P-H.  Onnekink-C.  Jansen-H-J.  de Jong-A.
                  Bloemers-H-P-J.
        TI     A novel human c-sis mRNA species is transcribed
                from a promoter in c-sis intron 1 and contains the code for an
                alternative PDGF B-like protein
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 2815-2822

        AU     Di Cristofano-A.  Strazzullo-M.  Longo-L.  La
                 Mantia-G.
        TI     Characterization and genomic mapping of the ZNF80
                 locus: expression of this zinc-finger gene is driven by a
                 solitary LTR of ERV9 endogenous retroviral family
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2823-2830

        AU     Nameki-N.
        TI     Identity elements of tRNAThr towards Saccharomyces
                 cerevisiae threonyl-tRNA synthetase
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2831-2836

        AU     Murnane-J-P.  Morales-J-F.
        TI      Use of a mammalian interspersed repetitive (MIR)
                  element in the coding and processing sequences of
                  mammalian genes
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2837-2839

        AU     Focher-F.  Maga-G.  Bendiscioli-A.  Capobianco-M.
                 Colonna-F.  Garbesi-A. Spadari-S.
        TI     Stereospecificity of human DNA polymerases alpha,
                 beta, gamma, delta and epsilon, HIV-reverse
                 transcriptase, HSV-1 DNA polymerase, calf thymus terminal
                 transferase and Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I in
                 recognizing D- and L-thymidine 5' -triphosphate as substrate
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 2840-2847

        AU     Kobayashi-M.  Kawakami-K.
        TI     ATF-1CREB heterodimer is involved in constitutive
                 expression of the housekeeping Na,K-ATPase
                 alpha1 subunit gene
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2848-2855

        AU     Olmo-A.  Arrebola-R.  Bernier-V.
                  Gonzalez-Pacanowska-D.  Ruiz-Perez-L-M.
        TI     Co-existence of circular and multiple linear
                 amplicons in methotrexate-resistant Leishmania
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2856-2864

        AU     Mazumder-A.  Pommier-Y.
        TI     Processing of deoxyuridine mismatches and abasic
                 sites by human immunodeficiency virus type-1
                 integrase
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11.23(15).
                 P 2865-2871

        AU     Hawkins-M-E.  Pfleiderer-W.  Mazumder-A.
                 Pommier-Y-G.  Balis-F-M.
        TI     Incorporation of a fluorescent guanosine analog
                 into oligonucleotides and its application to a
                 real time assay for the HIV-1 integrase 3' -processing
                 reaction
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15). P
                 2872-2880

        AU     Beskin-A-D.  Zevin-Sonkin-D.  Sobolev-I-A.
                  Ulanovsky-L-E.
        TI     On the mechanism of the modular primer effect
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2881-2885

        AU     Lloyd-A-J.  Thomann-H-U.  Ibba-M.  Soll-D.
        TI     A broadly applicable continuous spectrophotometric
                 assay for measuring aminoacyl-tRNA
                 synthetase activity
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2886-2892

        AU     Kamiya-H.  Miura-H.  Murata-Kamiya-N.  Ishikawa-H.
                  Sakaguchi-T.  Inoue-H.  Sasaki-T.  Masuntani-C.
                   Hanaoka-F.  Nishimura-S.  Ohtsuka-E.
        TI     8-Hydroxyadenine (7,8-dihydro-8-oxoadenine)
                 induces misincorporation in in vitro DNA sythesis
                 and mutations in NIH 3T3 cells
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 2893-2899

        AU     Fichant-G-A.  Quentin-Y.
        TI     A frameshift error detection algorithm for DNA
                 sequencing projects
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2900-2908

        AU     Sun-L-Q.  Wang-L.  Gerlach-W-L.  Symonds-G.
        TI     Target sequence-specific inhibition of HIV-1
                 replication by ribozymes directed to tat RNA
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2909-2913



        AU     Fruscoloni-P.  Zamboni-M.  Panetta-G.  De
                 Paolis-A.Tocchini-Valentini-G-P.
        TI     Mutational analysis of the transcription start
                 site of the yeast tRNALeu3 gene
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 2914-2918

        AU     Kretsovali-A.  Papamatheakis-J.
        TI     A novel IL-4 responsive element of the Ealpha MHC
                 class II promoter that binds to an
                 inducible factor
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2919-2928

        AU     Teng-S-C.  Wang-S-X.  Gabriel-A.
        TI     A new non-LTR retrotransposon provides evidence
                for multiple distinct site-specific elements
                in Crithidia fasciculata miniexon arrays
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 2929-2936

        AU     Vo-T.  Wang-S.  Kool-E-T.
        TI     Targeting pyrimidine single strands by triplex
                 formation: structural optimization of binding
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2937-2944

        AU     Holberton-D-V.  Marshall-J.
        TI     Analysis of consensus sequence patterns in Giardia
                 cytoskeleton gene promoters
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 2945-2953

        AU     Ivanova-N-B.  Belyavsky-A-V.
        TI     Identification of differentially expressed genes
                 by restriction endonuclease-based gene
                 expression fingerprinting
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2954-2958

        AU     Engelhorn-M.  Boccard-F.  Murtin-C.  Prentki-P.
                 Geiselmann-J.
        TI     In vivo interaction of the Escherichia coli
                 integration host factor with its specific binding sites
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2959-2965

        AU     Niemer-I.  Schmelzer-C.  Borner-G-V.
        TI     Overexpression of DEAD box protein pMSS116
                 promotes ATP-dependent splicing of a yeast group II
                 intron in vitro
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 2966-2972

        AU     Burgin-A-B.  Huizenga-B-N.  Nash-H-A.
        TI     A novel suicide substrate for DNA topoisomerases
                 and site-specific recombinases
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 2973-2979

        AU     Cho-G.  Kim-J.  Rho-H-M.  Jung-G.
        TI     Structure function analysis of the DNA binding
                 domain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae ABF1
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 2980-2987

        AU     Engert-J-C.  Servaes-S.  Sutrave-P.  Hughes-S-H.
                  Rosenthal-N.
        TI     Activation of a muscle-specific enhancer by the
                Ski proto-oncogene
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2988-2994

        AU     Bertoncini-C-R-A.  Meneghini-R.
        TI     DNA strand breaks produced by oxidative stress in
                 mammalian cells exhibit 3'phosphoglycolate termini
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 2995-3002

        AU     Vickers-T-A.  Griffith-M-C.  Ramasamy-K.
                  Risen-L-M.  Freier-S-M.
        TI     Inhibition of NF-kappaB specific transcriptional
                 activation by PNA strand invasion
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 3003-3008

        AU     Kimball-A-S.  Kimball-M-L.  Jayaram-M.
                 Tullius-T-D.
        TI     Chemical probe and missing nucleoside analysis of
                 Flp recombinase bound to the recombination
                 target sequence
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 3009-3017

        AU     Ramalingam-R.  Blume-J-E.  Ganguly-K.  Ennis-H-L.
        TI     AT-rich upstream sequence elements regulate spore
                 germination-specific expression of the
                 Dictyostelium discoideum celA gene
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 3018-3025

        AU     Zhang-X-Y.  Ni-Y-S.  Saifudeen-Z.  Asiedu-C-K.
                  Supakar-P-C.  Ehrlich-M.
        TI     Increasing binding of a transcription factor
                 immediately downstream of the cap site of a
                 cytomegalovirus gene represses expression
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 3026-3033

        AU     Sun-F.  Arnheim-N.  Waterman-M-S.
        TI     Whole genome amplification of single cells:
                 mathematical analysis of PEP and tagged PCR
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 3034-3040




        AU     Chin-K.  Oda-N.  Shen-K.  Noguchi-C-T.
        TI     Regulation of transcription of the human
                 erythropoietin receptor gene by proteins binding to
                 GATA-1 and Sp1 motifs
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 3041-3049

        AU     Demers-D-B.  Curry-E-T.  Egholm-M.  Sozer-A-C.
        TI     Enhanced PCR amplification of VNTR locus D1S80
                 using peptide nucleic acid (PNA)
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 3050-3055

        AU     Molinaro-M.  Tinoco-Jr-I.
        TI     Use of ultra stable UNCG tetraloop hairpins to
                 fold RNA structures: thermodynamic and
                 spectroscopic applications
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 3056-3063

        AU     Beaudry-D.  Perreault-J-P.
        TI     An efficient strategy for the synthesis of
                circular RNA molecules
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 3064-3066

        AU     Lorimer-I-A-J.  Pastan-I.
        TI     Random recombination of antibody single chain Fv
                 sequences after fragmentation with DNasel
                 in the presence of Mn2+
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 3067-3068

        AU     Ravagnani-A.  Arst-Jr-H-N.
        TI     Quantitation of oligohistidine fusion proteins
                 using 63Ni2+ chelation
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 3069-3070

        AU     Jiang-Y-H.  Davidson-L-A.  Lupton-J-R.
                 Chapkin-R-S.
        TI     A rapid RT-PCR method for detection of intact RNA
                 in formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissues
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 3071-3072

        AU     Latham-S-E.  Kalionis-B.
        TI     A reliable method for retrieving plasmid DNA from
                 tissue culture cells
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 3073

        AU     Johnston-S-L.  Strausbauch-M.  Sarkar-G.
                  Wettstein-P-J.
        TI     A novel method for sequencing members of
                 multi-gene families
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                 P 3074-3075


        AU     Roy-R-N.  Mukhopadhyay-S.  Wei-L-I-C.
                 Schellhorn-H-E.
        TI     Isolation and sequencing of gene fusions carried
                 by lambdaplacMu specialized transducing phage
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 3076-3078

        AU     Langle-Rouault-F.  Jacobs-E.
        TI     A method for performing precise alterations in the
                 yeast genome using a recyclable selectable
                 marker
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 11. 23(15).
                  P 3079-3081



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Subj:   Nucleic Acids Research 23:16

=============================================
Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 23:16
25 August 1995
=============================================

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
=============================================
CONTENTS
=============================================


        AU     Bowman-T-L.   Hurt-M-M.
        TI     The coding sequences of mouse H2A and H3 histone
                 genes contains a conserved seven nucleotide element that
                 interacts with nuclear factors and is necessary for normal
                 expression
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3083-3092

        AU     Schmid-B.   Riley-G-R.   Stuart-K.   Goringer-H-U.
        TI     The secondary structure of guide RNA molecules
                 from Trypanosoma brucei
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3093-3102

        AU     Bell-S-D.    Barry-J-D.
        TI     Trypanosome nuclear factors which bind to internal
                 promoter elements of tRNA genes
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3103-3110

        AU     Kubota-K.   Gay-N-J.
        TI     The dorsal protein enhances the biosynthesis and
                 stability of the Drosophila 1kappaB homologue cactus
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3111-3118

        AU     Bates-D-B.   Asai-T.   Cao-Y.   Chambers-M-W.
                 Cadwell-G-W.   Boye-E.   Kogoma-T.
        TI     The DnaA box R4 in the minimal oriC is dispensable
                 for initiation of Escherichia coli chromosome replication
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3119-3125

        AU     Tang-K.   Fu-D.   Kotter-S.   Cotter-R-J.
                  Cantor-C-R.    Koster-H.
        TI     Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass
                 spectrometry of immobilized duplex DNA probes
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3126-3131

        AU     Chow-C-W.   Clark-M-P.   Rinaldo-J-E.   Chalkley-R
        TI     Multpile initiators and C/EBP binding sites are
                involved in transcription from the TATA-less rat XDH/XO basal
                promoter
        SO    Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                P. 3132-3140

        AU     Stefanovic-B.   Hackl-W.   Luhrmann-R.
                  Shumperli-D.
        TI     Assembly, nuclear import and function of U7 snRNPs
                 studied by microinjection of synthetic U7 RNA into
                 Xenopus oocytes
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3141-3151





        AU     Stefanovic-B.   Wittop Koning-T-H.   Schumperli-D.
        TI     A synthetic histone pre-mRNA-U7 small nuclear RNA
                 chimera undergoing cis cleavage in the cytoplasm of
                 Zenopus oocytes
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3152-3160

        AU     Vlassov-V-V.   Zuber-G.   Felden-B.   Behr-J-P.
                  Giege-R.
        TI     Cleavage of tRNA with imidazole and spermine
                 imidazole constructs:  a new approach for probing
                 RNA structure
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3161-3167

        AU     Aasland-R.   Stewart-A-F.
        TI     The chromo shadow domain, a second chromo domain
                 in heterochromatin-binding protein 1, HP1
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3168-3173

        AU     Tillman-T-S.   Ganster-R-W.   Jiang-R.
                  Carlson-M.   Schmidt-M-C.
        TI     STD1 (MSN3) interacts directly with the TATA-binding
                 protein and modulates transcription of the SUC2 gene of
                 Saccharomyces cerevisiae
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3174-3180

        AU     Rojo-F.   Alonso-J-C.
        TI     The beta recombinase of plasmid pSM19035 binds to
                 two adjacent sites, making different contacts at each of
                 them
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3181-3188

        AU     van Leeuwen-H-C.   Strating-M-J.   Cox-M.
                  Kaptein-R.     van der Vliet-P-C.
        TI     Mutation of the Oct-1 POU-specific recognition
                 helix leads to altered DNA binding and influences
                 enchancement of adenovirus DNA replication
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3189-3197

        AU     Binkley-J.   Allen-P.   Brown-D.M.   Green-L.
                 Tuerk-C.      Gold-L.
        TI     RNA ligands to human nerve growth factor
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3198-3205

        AU     Chabot-B.   Bisotto-S.   Vincent-M.
        TI     The nuclear matrix phosphoprotein p255 associates
                 with splicing complexes as part of the [U4/U6.U5]
                 tri-snRNP particle
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3206-3213


        AU     Meijer-W-J-J.   de Boer-A-J.   van Tongeren-S.
                 Venema-G.   Bron-S.
        TI     Characterization of the replication region of the
                 Bacillus subtilis plasmid pLS20: a novel type of replicon
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3214-3223

        AU     Dar-M-E.   Jorgensen-T-J.
        TI     Deletions at short direct repeats and base
                 substitutions are characteristic mutations for
                 bleomycin-induced double- and single-strand breaks, respectively,
                 in a human shuttle vector system
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3224-3230

        AU     Ekland-E-H.   Bartel-D-P.
        TI     The secondary structure and sequence optimization
                 of an RNA ligase ribozyme
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3231-3238

        AU     Zuo-S.   Boorstein-R-J.   Teebor-G-W.
        TI     Oxidative damage to 5-methylcytosine in DNA
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3239-3243

        AU     Linskens-M-H-K.   Feng-J.   Andrews-W-H.
                  Enlow-B-E.   Saati-S-M.   Tonkin-L-A.
                  Funk-W-D.   Villeponteau-B.
        TI     Cataloging altered gene expression in young and
                 senescent cells using enhanced differential display
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3244-3251

        AU     Ryan-A-K.   Tejada-M-L.   May-D-L.   Dubaova-M.
                  Deeley-R-G.
        TI     Isolation and characterization of the chicken
                 homeodomain protein AKR
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3252-3259

        AU     Jamison-S-F.   Pasman-Z.   Wang-J.   Will,C.
                  Luhrmann-R.   Manley-J-L.   Garcia-Blanco-M-A.
        TI     U1 snRNP/ASF/SF2 interaction and 5' splice site
                 recognition:  characterization of required elements
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3260-3267

        AU     Wheeler-D-G.   Horsford-J.   Michalak-M.
                 White-J-H.    Hendy-G-N.
        TI     Calreticulin inhibits vitamin D3 signal
                 transduction
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3268-3274

        AU     Rhee-Y.   Valentine-M-R.   Termini-J.
        TI     Oxidative base damage in RNA detected by reverse
                 transcriptase
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3275-3282

        AU     Lamb-P.   Seidel-H-M.   Haslam-J.   Milocco-L.
                 Kessler-L-V.   Stein-R-B.   Rosen-J.
        TI     STAT protein complexes activated by
                 interferon-gamma and gp130 signaling molecules
                 differ in their sequence preferences and transcriptional
                 induction properties
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3283-3289

        AU     Bakin-A.   Ofengand-J.
        TI     Mapping of the 13 pseudouridine residues in
                 Saccharomyces cerevisiae small subunit ribosomal RNA to
                 nucleotide resolution
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3290-3294

        AU     Miao-D-M.   Sakai-H.   Okamoto-S.   Tanaka-K.
                 Okuda-M.   Honda-Y.   Komano-T.   Bagdasarian-M.
        TI     The interaction of RepC initiator with iterons in
                 the replication of the broad host-range plasmid RSF1010
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3295-3300

        AU     Knotts-S.   Rindt-H.   Robbins-J.
        TI     Position independent expression and developmental
                 regulation is directed by the beta myosin heavy chain
                 gene's 5' upstream region in transgenic mice
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3301-3309

        AU     Hou-G.   Le Blancq-S-M.   E-Y.   Zhu-H.
                  Lee-M-G-S
        TI     Structure of a frequently rearranged rRNA-encoding
                 chromosome in Giardia lamblia
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3310-3317

        AU     Molnar-G.   O'Leary-N.   Pardee-A-B.   Bradley-D.
        TI     Quantification of DNA-protein interaction by UV
                 crosslinking
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3318-3326

        AU     Weber-J-A.   Gilmour-D-S.
        TI     Genomic footprinting of the hsp70 and his3
                 promoters in Drosophila embryos reveals
                 novel protein-DNA interactions
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3327-3334

        AU     Sporn-S-A.   Schwarzbauer-J-E.
        TI     Identification of an enhancer involved in
                 tissue-specific regulation of the rat fibronectin gene
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3335-3342

        AU     Chevet-E.   Lemaitre-G.   Katinka-M-D.
        TI     Low Concentrations of tetramethylammonium chloride
                 increase yield and specificity of PCR
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3343-3344

        AU     Dyer-R-B.   Herzog-N-K.
        TI     Immunodepletion EMSA:  a novel method to identify
                 protein in a protein-DNA complex
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3345-3346

        AU     Zentgraf-H.   Frey-M.   Schwinn-S.   Tessmer-C.
                  Willemann-B.   Samstag-Y.   Velhagen-I.
        TI     Detection of histidine-tagged fusion proteins by
                using a high-specific mouse monoclonal anti-histidine tag
                antibody
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3347-3348

        AU     Kodra-J-T.   Kehler-J.   Dahl-O.
        TI     Stability of oligodeoxynucleoside
                 phosphorodithioates and
                 phosphorothioates in aqueous ammonia
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3349-3350

        AU     Yamamoto-T.   Horikoshi-M.
        TI     Rapid preparation of plasmid templates suitable
                for a DNA sequencer without RNase treatment
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3351-3352

        AU     Zhixing-Y.   Nahon-J-L.
        TI     DNA gyrase improves DNA transformation of E.coli
                cells with large recombinant plasmids
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3353-3354

        AU     Hesse-H.   Frommer-W-B.   Willmitzer-L.
        TI     An improved method for generating subtracted cDNA
                 libraries using phage lambda vectors
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3355-3356

        AU     Goda-S-K.   Minton-N-P.
        TI     A simple procedure for gel electrophoresis and
                 Northern blotting of RNA
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3357-3358

        AU     Mironov-V-N.   Van-Montagu-M.   Inze-D.
        TI     High throughput RNase protection assay
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                  P. 3359-3360

        AU     Hoffman-D-W.   Holland-J-A.
        TI     Preparation of carbon-13 labeled ribonucleotides
                 using acetate as an isotope source
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res. 1995 August 25.  23(16).
                 P. 3361-3362


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Subj:   Nucleic Acids Research 23:17

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Nucleic Acids Research - ISSN 0305 1048
Volume 23:17
11 September 1995
=============================================

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
=============================================
CONTENTS
=============================================



        AU     Lilley-D-M-J.    Clegg-R-M.   Diekmann-S.
                 Seeman-N-C.   von Kitzing-E.   Hagerman-P-J.
        TI     A nomenclature of junctions and branchpoints in
                 nucleic acids
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3363-3364

        AU     Connor-F.   Wright-E.   Denny-P.   Koopman-P.
                  Ashworth-A.
        TI     The Sry-related HMG box-containing gene Sox6 is
                 expressed in the adult testis and developing nervous
                 system of the mouse
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3365-3372

        AU     Wolf-D-A.   Strobl-L-J.   Pullner-A.   Eick-D.
        TI     Variable pause positions of RNA polymerase II lie
                 proximal to the c-myc promoter irrespective of
                 transcriptional activity
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3373-3379

        AU     Morl-M.   Dorner-M.   Paabo-S.
        TI     C to U editing and modifications during the
                 maturation of the mitochondrial tRNAAsp
                 in marsupials
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3380-3384

        AU     Abu-Daya-A.   Brown-P-M.   Fox-K-R.
        TI     DNA sequence preferences of several AT-selective
                minor groove binding ligands
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P.3385-3392

        AU     Matthews-J-R.   Nicholson-J.   Jaffray-E.
                 Kelly-S-M.   Price-N-C.   Hay-R-T.
        TI     Conformational changes induced by DNA binding of
                 NF-kappaB
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3393-3402

        AU     Sugimoto-K.   Sakamoto-Y.   Takahashi-O.
                  Matsumoto-K.
        TI     HYS2, an essential gene required for DNA
                replication in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3403-3410


        AU     Yanagisawa-S.
        TI     A novel DNA-binding domain that may form a single
                 zinc finger motif
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3411-3418

        AU     Duroux-I.   Godard-G.    Boidot-Forget-M.
                  Schwab-G.    Helene-C.   Saison-Behmoaras-T.
        TI     Rational design of point mutation-selective
                antisense DNA targeted to codon 12 of Ha-ras
                mRNA in human cells
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3419-3426

        AU     Sebillon-P.   Beldjord-C.   Kaplan-J-C.   Brody-E.
                  Marie-J.
        TI     A T to G mutation in the polypyrimidine tract of
                 the second intron of the human beta-globin
                 gene reduces in vitro splicing efficiency: evidence for
                 an increased hnRNP C interaction
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3427-3433

        AU     Lu-M.   Draper-D-E.
        TI     On the role of rRNA tertiary structure in
                 recognition of ribosomal protein L11 and thiostrepton
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3434-3441

        AU     Larrouy-B.   Boiziau-C.   Sproat-B.   Toulme-J-J.
        TI     RNase H is responsible for the non-specific
                inhibition of in vitro translation by 2'-O-alkyl chimeric
                oligonucleotides: high affinity or selectivity, a dilemma
                to design antinsense oligomers
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3442-3448

        AU     Hoshijima-K.   Kohyama-A.   Watakabe-I.   Inoue-K.
                 Sakamoto-H.   Shimura-Y.
        TI     Transcriptional regulation of the Sex-lethal gene
                 by helix-loop-helix proteins
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3449-3456

        AU     Prinz-S.   Klein-F.   Auer-H.   Schweizer-D.
                  Primig-M.
        TI     A DNA binding factor (UBF) interacts with a
                 positive regulatory element in the promoters
                 of genes expressed during meiosis and vegetative
                 growth in yeast
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3457-3464

        AU     Mueller-J-P.   Smerdon-M-J.
        TI     Repair of plasmid and genomic DNA in a rad7delta
                 mutant of yeast
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3465-3472

        AU     Berressem-R.   Engels-J-W.
        TI     6-Oxocytidine a novel protonated C-base analogue
                 for stable triple helix formation
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3473-3480

        AU     Antoniou-M.   de Boer-E.   Spanopoulou-E.
                  Imam-A.  Grosveld-F.
        TI     TBP binding and the rate of transcription
                 initiation from the human beta-globin gene
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3481-3488

        AU     Lou-L.   Bergson-C.   McGinnis-W.
        TI     Deformed expression in the Drosophila central
                 nervous system is controlled by an autoactivated intronic
                 enhancer
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3489-3495

        AU     Barrett-M-T.    Reid-B-J.   Joslyn-G.
        TI     Genotypic analysis of multiple loci in somatic
                 cells by whole genome amplification
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3496-3500

        AU     Sirand-Pugnet-P.   Durosay-P.   Brody-E.
                  Marie-J.
        TI     An intronic (A/U)GGG repeat enhances the splicing
                 of an alternative intron of the chicken beta-tropomyosin pre-
                 mRNA
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3501-3507

        AU     Masta-A.   Gray-P-J.   Phillips-D-R.
        TI     Nitrogen mustard inhibits transcription and
                 translation in a cell free system
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3508-3515

        AU     Landgraf-R.   Chen-C-B.   Sigman-D-S.
        TI     R-loop stability as a function of RNA strucutre
                 and size
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3516-3523


        AU     Landgraf-R.   Chen-C-B.   Sigman-D-S.
        TI     Double stranded scission of  DNA directed through
                 sequence-specific R-loop formation
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3524-3530

        AU     Lustig-B.   Lin-N-H.   Smith-S-M.   Jernigan-R-L.
                 Jeang-K-T.
        TI     A small modified hammerhead ribozyme and its
                 conformational characteristics determined by
                 mutagenesis and lattice calculation
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3531-3538

        AU     Harroch-S.   Gothelf-Y.   Revel-M.   Chebath-J.
        TI     5' upstream sequences of MyD88, an IL-6 primary
                response gene in M1 cells:  detection of functional
                IRF-1 and Stat factors binding sites
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3539-3546

        AU     Rubin-E.   Rumney-S.   Wang-S.   Kool-E-T.
        TI     Convergent DNA synthesis:  a non-enzymatic
                 dimerization approach to circular oligodeoxynucleotides
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3547-3553

        AU     Borodovsky-M.   McIninch-J-D.   Koonin-E-V.
                 Rudd-K-E.   Medigue-C.   Danchin-A.
        TI     Detection of new genes in a bacterial genome using
                 Markov models for three gene classes
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3554-3562

        AU     Van Ryk-D-I.   Dahlberg-A-E.
        TI     Structural changes in the 530 loop of Escherichia
                 coli 16S rRNA in mutants with impaired
                 translational fidelity
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3563-3570

        AU     Withers-B-E.   Dunbar-J-C.
        TI     DNA derminants in sequence-specific recognition by
                 Xmal endonuclease
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3571-3577


        AU     Kandimalla-E-R.   Manning-A.   Lathan-C.
                  Byrn-R-A.   Agrawal-S.
        TI     Design, biochemical, biophysical and biological
                 properties of cooperative antisense oligonucleotides
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3578-3584

        AU     Andreadis-A.   Broderick-J-A.   Kosik-K-S.
        TI     Relative exon affinities and suboptimal slice site
                 signals lead to non-equivalence of two cassette exons
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3585-3593

        AU     Thomas-T-J.   Faaland-C-A.   Gallo-M-A.
                  Thomas-T.
        TI     Suppression of c-myc oncogene expression by a
                 polyamine-complexed triplex forming oligonucleotide
                 in MCF-7 breast cancer cells
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3594-3599

        AU     Vaghefi-M-M.   Fazio-R-C.   Young-K-M.
                  Marvin-W-B.
        TI     Synthesis of   3H-labeled
                 nucleoside-methyl[CT3]phosphonamidite and
                 incorporation into methylphosphonate
                 oligonucleotides for biodistribution and biostability
                  studies
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3600-3602

        AU     Treiber-D-K.   Williamson-J-R.
        TI     A simple method for preparing pools of synthetic
                 oligonucleotides with random point deletions
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3603-3604

        AU     Baron-U.   Freundlieb-S.   Gossen-M.   Bujard-H.
        TI     Co-regulation of two gene activities by
                 tetracycline via a bidirectional promoter
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3605-3606

        AU     Jiang-S-W.   Eberhardt-N-L.
        TI     A micro-scale method to isolate DNA-binding
                 proteins suitable for quantitative comparison of
                 expression levels from transfected cells
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                 P. 3607-3608


        AU     Song-W.   Lahiri-D-K.
        TI     Efficient transfection of DNA by mixing cells in
                 suspension with calcium phosphate
        SO     Nucleic-Acids-Res.   1995 September 11.   23(17).
                  P. 3609-3611


        =============================================
Nucleic Acids Research is published 25 times a year by Oxford University Press.

The papers listed above will appear in the 11
September 1995 issue. If you would like further details about
Nucleic Acids Research, including instructions for authors
or details of subscription rates, please contact:-

Richard Gedye
Oxford University Press
Walton Street
Oxford
OX2 6DP
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1865 267785
Fax: +44 1865 267782
E-mail:  gedyer@oup.co.uk

Copyright in the table of contents listed above is held by
Oxford University Press, but you are welcome to circulate
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