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To: HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL
Subject: New Table of Contents for Nucleic Acids Research
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 1997 13:15:40 MET
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Nucleic Acids Research - Table of Contents

Volume 25: January - December 1997: Issue 18 - Sept 15

Location at http://www.oup.co.uk/nar/Volume_25/Issue_18

Transcription factor access to chromatin.
Miguel Beatoand Karin Eisfeld.

Pages 3559-3563
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka573
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The Elav-like proteins bind to AU-rich elements and to the poly(A) tail of mRNA.
Wei-Jun Ma, Sangmi Chungand Henry Furneaux.

Pages 3564-3569
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka577
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Genetic evidence for selective degradation of RNA polymerase subunits by the 20S proteasome in Saccharomyces cerevisiae .
Shahrzad Nouraini, Deming Xu, Sue Nelson, Marcus Leeand James D. Friesen.

Pages 3570-3579
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka593
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Making (anti)sense of non-coding sequence conservation.
David J. Lipman.

Pages 3580-3583
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka584
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A competitive enzyme hybridization assay for plasma determination of phosphodiester and phosphorothioate antisense oligonucleotides.
Jean-Robert Deverre, Valerie Boutet, Didier Boquet, Eric Ezan, Jacques Grassiand Jean-Marc Grognet.

Pages 3584-3589
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka583
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Evaluation of 3-ethoxy-1,2,4-dithiazoline-5-one (EDITH) as a new sulfurizing reagent in combination with labile exocyclic amino protecting groups for solid-phase oligonucleotide synthesis.
Michael Y.-X. Ma, Jeanne C. Dignam, Godwin W. Fong, Linhui Li, Steven H. Gray, Biji Jacob-Samueland Shaji T. George.

Pages 3590-3593
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka589
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A computational genomics approach to the identification of gene networks.
Andreas Wagner.

Pages 3594-3604
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka598
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The integrase family of tyrosine recombinases: evolution of a conserved active site domain.
Dominic Espositoand John J. Scocca.

Pages 3605-3614
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka600
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Kinetics of phosphorothioate oligonucleotide metabolism in biological fluids.
M. Gilar, A. Belenky, D. L. Smisek, A. Bourqueand A. S. Cohen.

Pages 3615-3620
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka597
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The transcriptional activation and repression domains of RFX1, a context-dependent regulator, can mutually neutralize their activities.
Yael Katan, Reuven Agamiand Yosef Shaul.

Pages 3621-3628
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka594
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Hydroquinone-O,O'-diacetic acid (`Q-linker') as a replacement for succinyl and oxalyl linker arms in solid phase oligonucleotide synthesis.
Richard T. Ponand Shuyuan Yu.

Pages 3629-3635
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka586
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Reduced RNA polymerase II transcription in extracts of Cockayne syndrome and xeroderma pigmentosum/Cockayne syndrome cells.
Grigory L. Dianov, Jean-Francois Houle, Narayan Iyer, Vilhelm A. Bohrand Errol C. Friedberg.

Pages 3636-3642
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka581
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Mutation frequencies at codon 248 of the p53 tumour suppressor gene are not increased in colon cancer cell lines with the RER+phenotype.
Tommaso Mancuso, Fernando Aguilar, Maria Pia Pescarolo, Luana Clerico, Patrizia Russoand Silvio Parodi.

Pages 3643-3648
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka580
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Mutational analysis of vaccinia virus topoisomerase identifies residues involved in DNA binding .
JoAnn Sekiguchiand Stewart Shuman.

Pages 3649-3656
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka596
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Glucose represses the lactose-galactose regulon in Kluyveromyces lactis through a SNF1 and MIG1- dependent pathway that modulates galactokinase (GAL1) gene expression .
Jinsheng Dongand Robert C. Dickson.

Pages 3657-3664
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka576
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FLP-mediated DNA mobilization to specific target sites in Drosophila chromosomes.
Mary M. Golic, Yikang S. Rong, Robert B. Petersen, S. L. Lindquistand Kent G. Golic.

Pages 3665-3671
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka579
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A new method of synthesis of fluorescently labelled oligonucleotides and their application in DNA sequencing.
Wojciech T. Markiewicz, Gabriele Groger, Rudi Rosch, Anna Zebrowska, Maria Markiewicz, Margit Klotz, Michael Hinz, Przemyslaw Godzinaand Hartmut Seliger.

Pages 3672-3680
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka591
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Fine mapping of replication origins (oriA and oriB) in Nicotiana tabacum chloroplast DNA.
Muthusamy Kunnimalaiyaanand Brent L. Nielsen.

Pages 3681-3686
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka585
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Substrate DNA and cofactor regulate the activities of a multi-functional restriction-modification enzyme, BcgI.
Huimin Kongand Cassandra L. Smith.

Pages 3687-3692
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka592
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Histone deacetylases, acetoin utilization proteins and acetylpolyamine amidohydrolases are members of an ancient protein superfamily.
Detlef D. Leipeand David Landsman.

Pages 3693-3697
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka578
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dGTP-dependent processivity and possible template switching of Euplotes telomerase.
Philip W. Hammondand Thomas R. Cech.

Pages 3698-3704
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka590
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A functional YY1 binding site is necessary and sufficient to activate Surf-1 promoter activity in response to serum growth factors.
Ellen G. Coleand Kevin Gaston.

Pages 3705-3711
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka574
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Sp3 is a transcriptional activator of the human [alpha]2(I) collagen gene.
Hironobu Ihnand Maria Trojanowska.

Pages 3712-3717
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka601
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Oligonucleotides with conjugated dihydropyrroloindole tripeptides: base composition and backbone effects on hybridization.
Igor V. Kutyavin, Eugeny A. Lukhtanov, Howard B. Gamperand Rich B. Meyer.

Pages 3718-3723
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka582
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Finding the most significant common sequence and structure motifs in a set of RNA sequences.
J.Gorodkin, L. J.Heyerand G. D.Stormo.

Pages 3724-3732
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka595
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Binding of NF1 to the MMTV promoter in nucleosomes: influence of rotational phasing, translational positioning and histone H1.
Karin Eisfeld, Reyes Candau, Mathias Trussand Miguel Beato.

Pages 3733-3742
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka572
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Use of the two-hybrid system to identify protein-protein interaction temperature-sensitive mutants: application to the CDK2/p21Cip1 interaction.
Corinne Cayrol, Geraldine Cabrolierand Bernard Ducommun.

Pages 3743-3744
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka587
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A transgenic mouse strain expressing four drug-selectable marker genes.
Kerry Lee Tucker, Yukang Wang, Jessica Dausmanand Rudolf Jaenisch.

Pages 3745-3746
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka602
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Fluorescence-, isotope- or biotin-labeling of the 5'-end of single-stranded DNA/RNA using T4 RNA ligase.
Yasunori Kinoshita, Koichi Nishigakiand Yuzuru Husimi
Pages 3747-3748
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka603
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Multiplex genotyping of PCR products with MassTag-labeled primers.
Lawrence A. Haffand Igor P. Smirnov.

Pages 3749-3750
Document ID=NAR_25_18_gka575
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Department of Ophthalmogenetics
The Netherlands Ophthalmic Research Institute (IOI)
Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands (KNAW)

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