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Subject: LITE: NAR Issue 22, Nov 15.
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 1997 13:38:36 MET
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Nucleic Acids Research - Table of Contents

Volume 25: January - December 1997: Issue 22 - Nov 15

Location at http://www.oup.co.uk/nar/Volume_25/Issue_22

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The ups and downs of nucleic acid duplex stability: structure-stability studies on chemically-modified DNA:RNA duplexes.
Susan M. Freierand Karl-Heinz Altmann1
Pages 4429-4443
Document ID=gka728_gml
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Bpl I, a new Bcg I-like restriction endonuclease, which recognizes a symmetric sequence.
J. Vitkute, Z. Maneliene, M. Petrusyte and A. Janulaitis
Pages 4444-4446
Document ID=gka723_gml
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Oligonucleotide dendrimers: synthesis and use as polylabelled DNA probes.
M. S. Shchepinov, I. A. Udalova1, A. J. Bridgman and E. M. Southern
Pages 4447-4454
Document ID=gka735_gml
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The ETS family member ERM contains an [alpha]-helical acidic activation domain that contacts TAFII60.
Pierre-Antoine Defossez, Jean-Luc Baert, Monique Monnot1and Yvan de Launoit
Pages 4455-4463
Document ID=gka713_gml
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Functional recognition of fragmented operator sites by R17/MS2 coat protein, a translational repressor.
Derrick E. Fouts, Heather L. True and Daniel W. Celander
Pages 4464-4473
Document ID=gka748_gml
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The motif V of plum pox potyvirus CI RNA helicase is involved in NTP hydrolysis and is essential for virus RNA replication.
Andres Fernandez, Hui Shan Guo, Pilar Saenz, Laureano Simon-Buela, Marta Gomez de Cedron and Juan Antonio Garcia
Pages 4474-4480
Document ID=gka740_gml
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TAR RNA decoys inhibit Tat-activated HIV-1 transcription after preinitiation com
plex formation.
Paul R. Bohjanen, Yi Liu and Mariano A. Garcia-Blanco
Pages 4481-4486
Document ID=gka737_gml
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Binding of Hoechst 33258 to the TAR RNA of HIV-1. Recognition of a pyrimidine bulge-dependent structure.
Laurent Dassonneville, Francois Hamy1, Pierre Colson, Claude Houssier and Christian Bailly
Pages 4487-4492
Document ID=gka718_gml
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The yeast gene YNL292w encodes a pseudouridine synthase (Pus4) catalyzing the formation of [Psi]55in both mitochondrial and cytoplasmic tRNAs.
H. F. Becker, Y. Motorin, R. J. Planta and H. Grosjean
Pages 4493-4499
Document ID=gka726_gml
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New dye-labeled terminators for improved DNA sequencing patterns.
B. B. Rosenblum, L. G. Lee, S. L. Spurgeon, S. H. Khan, S. M. Menchen, C. R. Heiner and S. M. Chen
Pages 4500-4504
Document ID=gka738_gml
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Replication initiation and elongation fork rates within a differentially expressed human multicopy locus in early S phase.
Rona S. Scott, K. Young Truong and Jean-Michel H. Vos
Pages 4505-4512
Document ID=gka739_gml
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Characterization of multiple alternative RNAs resulting from antisense transcription of the PR264/SC35 splicing factor gene .
Alain Sureau, Johann Soret, Cecile Guyon, Christophe Gaillard, Stephanie Dumon, Monika Keller, Patricia Crisanti and Bernard Perbal
Pages 4513-4522
Document ID=gka747_gml
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NMR determination of the conformational and drug binding properties of the DNA heptamer d(GpCpGpApApGpC) in aqueous solution.
David B. Davies, Valery I. Pahomov and Alexei N. Veselkov
Pages 4523-4531
Document ID=gka719_gml
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Higher fidelity of RNA-dependent DNA mispair extension by M184V drug-resistant than wild-type reverse transcriptase of human immunodeficiency virus type 1.
Mayla Hsu, Phil Inouye, Lisa Rezende3, Nathalie Richard, Zhuo Li, Vinayaka R. Prasad and Mark A. Wainberg
Pages 4532-4536
Document ID=gka732_gml
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High affinity binding of MEF-2C correlates with DNA bending.
Daniel Meierhans, Martin Sieber and Rudolf K. Allemann
Pages 4537-4544
Document ID=gka721_gml
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The RNA moiety of chick embryo 5-methylcytosine- DNA glycosylase targets DNA demethylation.
Jean-Pierre Jost, Marc Fremont, Michel Siegmann and Jan Hofsteenge
Pages 4545-4550
Document ID=gka715_gml
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Structural studies on tRNA acceptor stem microhelices: exchange of the discriminator base A73 for G in human tRNALeuswitches the acceptor specificity from leucine to serine possibly by decreasing theArmin U. Metzger, Martha Heckl1, Dieter Willbold, Kri
Pages 4551-4556
Document ID=gka725_gml
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The yeast 8-oxoguanine DNA glycosylase (Ogg1) contains a DNA deoxyribophosphodiesterase (dRpase) activity.
Margarita Sandigursky, Adly Yacoub, Mark R. Kelley, Yi Xu, William A. Franklin and Walter A. Deutsch,
Pages 4557-4561
Document ID=gka736_gml
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Placement of the [alpha]-sarcin loop within the 50S subunit: evidence derived using a photolabile oligodeoxynucleotide probe.
Parimi Muralikrishna, Rebecca W. Alexander and Barry S. Cooperman
Pages 4562-4569
Document ID=gka729_gml
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RAGA: RNA sequence alignment by genetic algorithm.
Cedric Notredame, Emmet A. O'Brien and Desmond G. Higgins
Pages 4570-4581
Document ID=gka731_gml
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2'-Fluoro modified nucleic acids: polymerase-directed synthesis, properties and stability to analysis by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry.
Tetsuyoshi Ono, Mark Scalf and Lloyd M. Smith
Pages 4581-4588
Document ID=gka727_gml
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Solution structure of RNA duplexes containing alternating CG base pairs: NMR study of r(CGCGCG)2and 2'-O-Me(CGCGCG)2 under low salt conditions .
Mariusz Popenda, Ewa Biala, Jan Milecki and Ryszard W. Adamiak
Pages 4589-4598
Document ID=gka741_gml
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Crystal structure of 2'-O-Me(CGCGCG)2, an RNA duplex at 1.30 A resolution. Hydration pattern of 2'-O-methylated RNA.
Dorota A. Adamiak, Jan Milecki, Mariusz Popenda, Ryszard W. Adamiak, Zbigniew Dauter and Wojciech R. Rypniewski
Pages 4599-4607
Document ID=gka742_gml
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Opening of the extraordinarily stable mini-hairpin d(GCGAAGC).
Beatrice Jolles, Matthieu Refregiers and Alain Laigle
Pages 4608-4613
Document ID=gka717_gml
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Deoxyribonucleotide-containing RNAs: a novel class of templates for HIV-1 reverse transcriptase.
Severin O. Gudima, Ekaterina G. Kazantseva, Dmitry A. Kostyuk, Irina L. Shchaveleva, Olga I. Grishchenko, Lyudmila V. Memelova and Sergey N. Kochetkov
Pages 4614-4618
Document ID=gka720_gml
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Analysis of the yeast genome: identification of new non-coding and small ORF-containing RNAs.
Wendy M. Olivas, Denise Muhlrad and Roy Parker
Pages 4619-4625
Document ID=gka749_gml
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Statistical modeling and analysis of the LAGLIDADG family of site-specific endonucleases and identification of an intein that encodes a site-specific endonuclease of the HNH family.
Jacob Z. Dalgaard, Amar J. Klar, Michael J. Moser, William R. Holley, Aloke Chatterjee and I. Saira Mian1
Pages 4626-4638
Document ID=gka746_gml
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Relative stability of triplexes containing different numbers of T&middot;AT and C+&middot;GC triplets.
Melanie D. Keppler and Keith R. Fox
Pages 4644-4649
Document ID=gka722_gml
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Non-homologous DNA end joining in plant cells is associated with deletions and filler DNA insertions.
Vera Gorbunova and Avraham A. Levy
Pages 4650-4657
Document ID=gka724_gml
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Both the polypyrimidine tract and the 3' splice site function prior to the first step of splicing in fission yeast.
Charles M. Romfo and Jo Ann Wise
Pages 4658-4665
Document ID=gka712_gml
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Baculovirus-mediated expression and characterization of the full-length murine DNA methyltransferase.
Sriharsa Pradhan, Dale Talbot, Mi Sha, Jack Benner, Linda Hornstra, En Li, Rudolf Jaenisch and Richard J. Roberts
Pages 4666-4673
Document ID=gka730_gml
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RnaViz, a program for the visualisation of RNA secondary structure.
Peter De Rijk and Rupert De Wachter
Pages 4679-4684
Document ID=gka734_gml
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Exploiting unassigned codons in Micrococcus luteus for tRNA-based amino acid mutagenesis.
Anne K. Kowal and John S. Oliver
Pages 4685-4689
Document ID=gka733_gml
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Construction of a semisynthetic antibody library using trinucleotide oligos.
M. Braunagel and M. Little
Pages 4690-4691
Document ID=gka681_gml
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Universal and rapid salt-extraction of high quality genomic DNA for PCR-based techniques.
Salah M. Aljanabi and Iciar Martinez1
Pages 4692-4693
Document ID=gka744_gml
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Adaptor-tagged competitive PCR: a novel method for measuring relative gene expression.
Kikuya Kato
Pages 4694-4696
Document ID=gka673_gml
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Monitoring the amplification of CATCH, a 3SR based cooperatively coupled isothermal amplification system, by fluorimetric methods.
Ralf Ehricht, Thomas Kirner, Thomas Ellinger, Petra Foerster and John S. McCaskill
Pages 4697-4699
Document ID=gka743_gml
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Isolation of nuclei for chromatin analysis in fission yeast.
Jacqueline A. Mason and Jane Mellor
Pages 4700-4701
Document ID=gka714_gml
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The Netherlands Ophthalmic Research Institute (IOI)
Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands (KNAW)

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