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Subject: LITE: Table of Contents for Nucleic Acids Research dec 1997
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 14:15:15 MET
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Nucleic Acids Research - Table of Contents

Volume 25: January - December 1997: Issue 21 - Nov 1

Location at http://www.oup.co.uk/nar/Volume_25/Issue_21

Analysis of TALE superclass homeobox genes (MEIS, PBC, KNOX, Iroquois, TGIF) reveals a novel domain conserved between plants and animals.
Thomas R. Burglin.

Pages 4173-4180
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka709
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Processing of topoisomerase I cleavable complexes into DNA damage by transcription.
Jiaxi Wuand Leroy F. Liu.

Pages 4181-4186
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka693
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Triplex formation at physiological pH: comparative studies on DNA triplexes containing 5-Me-dC tethered at N4with spermine and tetraethyleneoxyamine.
Kallanthottathil G. Rajeev, Vasant R. Jadhavand Krishna N. Ganesh.

Pages 4187-4193
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka703
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The tRNATyr-isoacceptors and their genes in the ciliate Tetrahymenathermophila: cytoplasmic tRNATyrhas a Q[Psi]A anticodon and is coded by multiple intron-containing genes.
Volker Junker, Thomas Teichmann, Armin Hekele&sect;, Christiane Fingerhutand Hildburg Beier.

Pages 4194-4200
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka704
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Rescue of the RNA phage genome from RNase III cleavage.
J. Klovins, J. van Duinand R. C. L. Olsthoorn.

Pages 4201-4208
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka685
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An efficient protocol for linker scanning mutagenesis: analysis of the translational regulation of an Escherichia coli RNA polymerase subunit gene.
Derek M. Dykxhoorn, Rebecca St. Pierre, Oded Van Hamand Thomas Linn.

Pages 4209-4218
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka710
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Method for phosphorothioate antisense DNA sequencing by capillary electrophoresis with UV detection.
Doriana Froim, Christopher E. Hopkins, Alexei Belenkyand Aharon S. Cohen.

Pages 4219-4223
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka690
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Prokaryotic 5'-3' exonucleases share a common core structure with gamma-delta resolvase.
Peter J. Artymiuk, Thomas A. Ceska2,, Dietrich Suck2and Jon R. Sayers1,.

Pages 4224-4229
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka705
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Evidence that Snf-Swi controls chromatin structure over both the TATA and UAS regions of the SUC2 promoter in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Lena Wuand Fred Winston.

Pages 4230-4234
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka678
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Molecular cloning of four novel murine ribonuclease genes: unusual expansion wit
hin the Ribonuclease A gene family .
Dean Batten, Kimberly D. Dyer, Joseph B. Domachowske&sect;and Helene F. Rosenberg.

Pages 4235-4239
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka702
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Asymmetry in Flp-mediated cleavage.
Karen H. Luetke, Bao-ping Zhaoand Paul D. Sadowski.

Pages 4240-4249
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka686
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An Abf1p C-terminal region lacking transcriptional activation potential stimulates a yeast origin of replication.
Steven Wiltshire, Santanu Raychaudhuriand Shlomo Eisenberg.

Pages 4250-4256
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka698
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Recovery of RNA polymerase II synthesis following DNA damage in mutants of Saccharomyces cerevisiae defective in nucleotide excision repair.
Michael S. Reaganand Errol C. Friedberg.

Pages 4257-4263
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka692
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Extension of the range of DNA sequences available for triple helix formation: stabilization of mismatched triplexes by acridine-containing oligonucleotides .
Shrikant Kukreti, Jian-Sheng Sun, Therese Garestierand Claude Helene.

Pages 4264-4270
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka695
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The N-terminal half of the influenza virus NS1 protein is sufficient for nuclear retention of mRNA and enhancement of viral mRNA translation.
Rosa M. Marion, Tomas Aragon, Ana Beloso, Amelia Nietoand Juan Ortin.

Pages 4271-4277
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka694
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Parameters controlling the rate of gene targeting frequency in the protozoan parasite Leishmania.
Barbara Papadopoulouand Carole Dumas.

Pages 4278-4286
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka679
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The expression of a novel, epithelium-specific ets transcription factor is restricted to the most differentiated layers in the epidermis.
Jeanne M. Andreoli, Shyh-Ing Jang, Edward Chung, Christine M. Coticchia, Peter M. Steinertand Nedialka G. Markova.

Pages 4287-4295
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka699
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Expression of the thyroid hormone receptor gene, erbA[alpha], in B lymphocytes: alternative mRNA processing is independent of differentiation but correlates with antisense RNA levels.
Michelle L. Hastings, Christine Milcarek1, Kathlee Martincic1, Martha L. Peterson2and Stephen H. Munroe.

Pages 4296-4300
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka691
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The efficiency of a cis-cleaving ribozyme in an mRNA coding region is influenced by the translating ribosome in vivo.
Shaoping Zhang, Martin Stancekand Leif A. Isaksson.

Pages 4301-4306
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka696
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Allosteric interaction of the 1[alpha],25-dihydroxyvitamin D3receptor and the retinoid X receptor on DNA .
Jean-Pierre Kahlen1and Carsten Carlberg1,2,.

Pages 4307-4313
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka706
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Overlapping DNA recognition motifs between Sp1 and a novel trans-acting factor within the wt1 tumour suppressor gene promoter.
Maria Teresa Discenza1, Mohammed Dehbi1and Jerry Pelletier1,2,.

Pages 4314-4322
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka689
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Cre-mediated gene deletion in the mammary gland.
Kay-Uwe Wagner, Robert J. Wall2, Luc St-Onge5, Peter Gruss5, Anthony Wynshaw-Boris1, Lisa Garrett1, Minglin Li3, Priscilla A. Furth3,4and Lothar Hennighausen.

Pages 4323-4330
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka680
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Identification and characterization of a telomerase activity from Schizosaccharomyces pombe.
Neal F. Lueand Yun Peng.

Pages 4331-4337
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka711
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Functional significance of the TATA element major groove in transcription initiation by RNA polymerase II.
Dong Kun Lee, Kathy C. Wang&sect;and Robert G. Roeder.

Pages 4338-4345
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka675
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Convergence of TNF[alpha] and IFN[gamma] signalling pathways through synergistic induction of IRF-1/ISGF-2 is mediated by a composite GAS/[kappa]B promoter element.
Richard Pine.

Pages 4346-4354
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka700
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An ultraviolet crosslink in the hammerhead ribozyme dependent on 2-thiocytidine or 4-thiouridine substitution.
Laixin Wangand Duane E. Ruffner.

Pages 4355-4361
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka688
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Mapping frequencies of endogenous oxidative damage and the kinetic response to oxidative stress in a region of rat mtDNA.
W. J. Driggers, G. P. Holmquist1, S. P. LeDouxand G. L. Wilson.

Pages 4362-4369
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka701
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Nicking is asynchronous and stimulated by synapsis in 12/23 rule-regulated V(D)J cleavage.
Quinn M. Eastmanand David G. Schatz1,.

Pages 4370-4378
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka677
----------------------------

Phase imaging of moving DNA molecules and DNA molecules replicated in the atomic force microscope.
Miriam Argaman, Roxana Golan, Neil H. Thomsonand Helen G. Hansma.

Pages 4379-4384
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka687
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Escherichia coli OxyR modulation of bacteriophage Mu mom expression in dam+ cells can be attributed to its ability to bind hemimethylated Pmompromoter DNA.
Stanley Hattmanand Weiyong Sun.

Pages 4385-4388
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka676
----------------------------

The contribution of thymine-thymine interactions to the stability of folded dimeric quadruplexes.
Max A. Keniry, Elisabeth A. Owenand Richard H. Shafer1.

Pages 4389-4392
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka674
----------------------------

Interaction of the phage T4 Dam DNA-[N6-adenine] methyltransferase with oligonucleotides containing native or modified (defective) recognition sites.
Ernst G. Malygin, Nicolay A. Petrov, Yuri A. Gorbunov, Valeri G. Kossykh1,and Stanley Hattman1,.

Pages 4393-4399
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka672
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Position effects in mice carrying a lacZ transgene in cis with the [beta]-globin LCR can be explained by a graded model.
Louis-Georges Guy1, Rashmi Kothary1,2and Lee Wall1,2,.

Pages 4400-4407
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka697
----------------------------

Sequence walkers: a graphical method to display how binding proteins interact with DNA or RNA sequences.
Thomas D. Schneider.

Pages 4408-4415
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka667
----------------------------

Transient gene expression from yeast artificial chromosome DNA in mammalian cells is enhanced by adenovirus.
Min Chen, Sheila T. Compton, Vince F. Coviello, Eric D. Green1and Melissa A. Ashlock.

Pages 4416-4418
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka707
----------------------------

A rapid RT-PCR based method to isolate complementary DNA fragments flanking retrovirus integration sites.
Peter J. M. Valk, Marieke Joosten, Yolanda Vankan, Bob Lowenbergand Ruud Delwel.

Pages 4419-4421
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka683
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Detection and measurement of PCR bias in quantitative methylation analysis of bisulphite-treated DNA.
Peter M. Warnecke1,2, Clare Stirzaker1, John R. Melki1, Douglas S. Millar1, Cheryl L. Paul1and Susan J. Clark1,3,.

Pages 4422-4426
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka682
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A method for generating subtractive cDNA libraries retaining clones containing repetitive elements.
Chung-Tien Linand David R. Sargan.

Pages 4427-4428
Document ID=NAR_25_21_gka708
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The Netherlands Ophthalmic Research Institute (IOI)
Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands (KNAW)

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