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Subject: LITE: preview Human Molecular Genetics, November issue
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 13:56:11 MET
Organization: ioi.knaw.nl
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Human Molecular Genetics - ISSN 1964-6906
Volume 6, No 12
November 1997
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Executive Editors:-
K E Davies, Oxford, UK
Huntingdon F Willard, Cleveland, OH, USA
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CONTENTS
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NOTES:

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:-

http://www.informatik.uni-rostock.
de/HUM-MOLGEN/journals/HMG/


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:-

http://www.oup.co.uk/hmg/

 and click on "Contents and Abstracts of
 Current Issues"
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COMMENTARIES

Mammalian telomerase: catalytic subunit and
knockout mice p. 1999-2004
 D. Kipling


Rethinking genotype and phenotype correlations
in polyglutamine expansion disorders
p. 2005-2010
 S.E. Andrew, Y.P. Goldberg, and
 M.R. Hayden


ARTICLES

Isolation of a candidate human telomerase
catalytic subunit gene, which reveals complex
splicing patterns in different cell types
p. 2011-2019
 A. Kilian, D.D.L. Bowtell, H.E. Abud,
 G.R. Hime, D.J. Venter, P.K. Keese,
 E.L. Duncan, R.R. Reddel, and
 R.A. Jefferson

The IPL gene on chromosome 11p15.5 is
imprinted in humans and mice and is similar to
TDAG51, implicated in Fas expression and
apoptosis p. 2021-2029
 N. Qian, D. Frank, D. O'Keefe, D. Dao,
 L. Zhao, L. Yuan, Q. Wang, M. Keating,
 C. Walsh, and B. Tycko

cDNA cloning and chromosomal mapping of a
predicted coiled-coil proline-rich protein
immunogenic in meningioma patients
p. 2031-2041
 D. Heckel, N. Brass, U. Fischer, N. Blin,
 I. Steudel, O. Tureci, O. Fackler,
 K.D. Zang and E. Meese

The human GARS-AIRS-GART gene encodes two
proteins which are differentially expressed
during human brain development and
temporally overexpressed in cerebellum of
individuals with Down syndrome p. 2043-2050
 G. Brodsky, T. Barnes, J. Bleskan,
 L. Becker, M. Cox and D. Patterson

Structural and functional characterization of the
human FMR1 promoter reveals similarities with
the hnRNP-A2 promoter region p. 2051-2060
 R. Drouin, M. Angers, N. Dallaire,
 T.M. Rose, E.W. Khandjian and
 F. Rousseau

Germline mutations of the CDKN2 gene in UK
melanoma families p. 2061-2067
 M. Harland, R. Meloni, N. Gruis,
 E. Pinney, S. Brookes, N.K. Spurr,
 A-M. Frischauf, V. Bataille, G. Peters,
 J. Cuzick, P. Selby, D.T. Bishop and
 J. Newton Bishop

Genetic control of serum IgE levels and asthma:
linkage and linkage disequilibrium studies in an
isolated population p. 2069-2076
 T. Laitinen, P. Kauppi, J. Ignatius,
 T. Ruotsalainen, M.J. Daly,
 H. Kaariainen, L. Kruglyak,
 H. Laitinen, A. de la Chapelle,
 E.S. Lander, L.A. Laitinen and J. Kere

Genetic susceptibility for human familial
essential hypertension in a region of homology
with blood pressure linkage on rat chromosome
10 p. 2077-2085
 C. Julier, M. Delepine, B. Keavney,
 J. Terwilliger, S. Davis, D.E. Weeks,
 T. Bui, X. Jeunemaitre, G. Velho,
 P. Froguel, P. Ratcliffe, P. Corvol,
 F. Soubrier and G.M. Lathrop

A new pathogenic mutation in the APP gene
(I716V) increases the relative proportion of
Abeta42(43) p. 2087-2089
 C.B. Eckman, N.D. Mehta, R. Crook,
 J. Perez-Tur, G. Prihar, E. Pfeiffer,
 N. Graff-Radford, P. Hinder, D. Yager,
 B. Zenk, L.M. Refolo, C.M. Prada,
 S.G. Younkin, M. Hutton and
 J. Hardy

Recurrent mutations in a single exon encoding
the evolutionarily conserved
olfactomedin-homology
domain of TIGR in familial open-angle glaucoma
p. 2091-2097
 M.F. Adam, A. Belmouden, P. Binisti,
 A.P. Brezin, F. Valtot, A. Bechetoille,
 J-C. Dascotte, B. Copin, L. Gomez,
 A. Chaventre, J-F. Bach and
 H-J. Garchon

Higher proportion of intact exon 9 CFTR mRNA in
nasal epithelium compared with vas deferens
p. 2099-2107
 V. Mak, K.A. Jarvi, J. Zielenski,
 P. Durie, and L-C. Tsui

Isolation of a new homeobox gene belonging to
the Pitx/Rieg family: expression during lens
development and mapping to the aphakia region
on mouse chromosome 19 p. 2109-2116
 E.V. Semina, R.S. Reiter and
 J.C. Murray

Identification and characterization of human
genes encoding Hprp3p and Hprp4p, interacting
components of the spliceosome p. 2117-2126
 A. Wang, J. Forman-Kay, Y. Luo,
 M. Luo, Y-H. Chow, J. Plumb,
 J.D. Friesen, L-C. Tsui, H.H.Q. Heng,
 J.L. Woolford Jr and J. Hu

Evidence for uniparental, paternal expression of
the human GABAA receptor subunit genes, using
microcell-mediated chromosome transfer
p. 2127-2133
 M. Meguro, K. Mitsuya, H. Sui,
 K. Shigenami, H. Kugoh,
 M. Nakao and M. Oshimura

Increased trinucleotide repeat instability with
advanced maternal age p. 2135-2139
 M.D. Kaytor, E.N. Burright,
 L.A. Duvick, H.Y. Zoghbi and H.T. Orr

Aberrant processing of the Fugu HD (FrHD)
mRNA in mouse cells and in transgenic mice
p. 2141-2149
 K. Sathasivam, S. Baxendale,
 L. Mangiarini, F. Bertaux,
 C. Hetherington, I. Kanazawa,
 H. Lehrach and G.P. Bates

Distortion of allelic expression of apolipoprotein E
in Alzheimer's disease p. 2151-2154
 J-C. Lambert, J. Perez-Tur,
 M-J Dupire, D. Galasko, D. Mann,
 P. Amouyel, J. Hardy, A. Delacourte
 and M-C. Chartier-Harlin

Molecular genetic and phenotypic analysis
reveals differences between TSC1 and TSC2
associated familial and sporadic tuberous
sclerosis p. 2155-2161
 A.C. Jones, C.E. Daniells, R.G. Snell,
 M. Tachataki, S.A. Idziaszczyk,
 M. Krawczak, J.R. Sampson and
 J.P. Cheadle

Two different connexin 26 mutations in an
inbred kindred segregating non-syndromic
recessive deafness: implications for genetic
studies in isolated populations p. 2163-2172
 M.M. Carrasquillo, J. Zlotogora,
 S. Barges and A. Chakravarti

Prelingual deafness: high prevalence of a 30delG
mutation in the connexin 26 gene p. 2173-2177
 F. Denoyelle, D. Weil, M.A. Maw,
 S.A. Wilcox, N.J. Lench,
 D.R. Allen-Powell, A.H. Osborn,
 H-H.M. Dahl, A. Middleton,
 M.J. Houseman, C. Dode, S. Marlin,
 A. Boulila-ElGaied, M. Grati, H. Ayadi,
 S. BenArab, P. Bitoun,
 G. Lina-Granade, J. Godet,
 J. Levilliers, E-N. Garabedian,
 R.F. Mueller, R.J.M. Gardner
 and C. Petit

IsK and KvLQT1: mutation in either of the two
subunits of the components of the delayed
rectifier potassium channel can cause the Jervell
and Lange-Nielsen syndrome p. 2179-2185
 J. Tyson, L. Tranebjaerg, S. Bellman,
 C. Wren, J.F.N. Taylor, J. Bathen,
 B. Aslaksen, S.J. Sorland, O. Lund,
 S. Malcolm, M. Pembrey,
 S. Bhattacharya and M. Bitner-Glindzicz


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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
year.

The papers listed above will appear in the
November 1997 issue,which is shortly to be
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and copyright holder.


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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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