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Subject: LITE: HMG Vol 7: 4 preview
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 1998 17:21:23 MET
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Human Molecular Genetics - ISSN 1964-6906
Volume 7, No 4
April 1998
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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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A sea urchin gene encoding dystrophin-related
proteins pp. 581-588
                J. Wang, A. Pansky, J.M. Venuti, D. Yaffe
                and U. Nudel


Dystrophins in vertebrates and invertebrates
pp. 589-595
                R.G. Roberts and M. Bobrow


IMPT1, an imprinted gene similar to polyspecific
transporter and multi-drug resistance genes
                D. Dag, D. Frank, Q. Naifeng, D.
                O'Keefe,R.J.Vosatka, C.P Walsh and  B.
                Tycko


Metaphase fragility of the human RNU1 and RNU2 loci is
 induced by actinomycin D through a p53-dependent
 pathway
                A. Yu, A.D. Bailey and A.M. Weiner


Identification of four new mutations in the short-chain acyl
-CoA dehydrogenase (SCAD) gene in two patients: one of
 the variant alleles, 511C(T, is present at an unexpectedly
 high frequency in the general population, as was the case
 for 625G(A, together conferring susceptibility to
 ethylmalonic aciduria
                N. Gregersen, V.S. Winter, M.J. Corydon,
                T.J. Corydon, P. Rinaldo, A.            Ribes,
                G. Martinez, M.J, Bennett, C. Vianey-Saban,
                A. Bhala, D.E. Hale,            W. Lehnert, S.
                Kmoch, M. Roig, E. Riudor, H. Eiberg, B.S.
                Andresen, P. Bross, L.A. Bolund and S.
                Kclvraa


ES2, a gene deleted in DiGeorge syndrome, encodes a
 nuclear protein and is expressed during early mouse
 development, where it shares an expressed domain with a
 Goosecoid-like gene
                E.A. Lindsay, E.L. Harvey, P.J. Scambler
                and A. Baldini


The t(8;13)(p11;q11-12) rearrangement associated with an
 atypical myeloproliferative disorder fuses the fibroblast
 growth factor receptor 1 gene to a novel gene RAMP
                D. Smedley, R. Hamoudi, J. Clark, W.
                Warren, M. Abdul-Rauf, G. Somers, D.
                Venter, K. Fagan, C. Cooper and J. Shipley


Hypervariable digital DNA codes for human paternal
 lineages: MVR-PCR at the Y-specific minisatellite, MSY1
 (DYF155S1)
                M.A. Jobling, N. Bouzekri and P.G. Taylor


Novel mutation processes in the evolution of a haploid
 minisatellite, MSY1: array homogenization without
 homogenization
                N. Bouzetri, P.G. Taylor, M.F. Hammer and                       M.A. Jobling


Non-disfunction of chromosome 18
                M. Bugge, A. Collins, M.B. Petersen, J.
                Fisher, C. Brandt, J.M. Hertz, Tranebjeeg, C
                de Lozier-Blanchet, P. Nicolaides, K.
                Brcndum-Neilsen, N. Morton and M.
                Mikkelsen


Localization of motor-related proteins and associated
 complexes to active, but not inactive, centromeres
                N.E. Faulkner, B. Vig, C.J. Echeverri, L.
                Wordeman and R.B. Vallee


Specific interaction between the XNP/ATR-gene product
 and the SET domain of the human EZH2 protein
                C. Cardoso, S. Timsit, L. Villard, M.
                 Khrestchatisky, M. Fontes and L.
                Colleaux


Conserved use of a non-canonical 5' splice site (/GA) in
alternative splicing by fibroblast growth factor receptors 1,
2 and 3
                S.R.F. Twigg, H.D. Burns, M. Oldridge, J.K.
                Heath and A.O.M. Wilkie


Cleavage, aggregation and toxicity of the expanded
androgen receptor in spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy
                D.E. Merry, Y. Kobayashi, C.K. Bailey, A.A.
                Taye and K.H. Fischbeck


Mutation at the anophthalmic white locus in Syrian
hamsters: haploinsufficiency in the Mitf gene mimics
human Waardenburg syndrome type 2
                C.A Hodgkinson, A. Nakayama, H. Li, L-B.
                Swenson, K. Opdecamp,           J.H.
                Asher, H. Arnheter and T. Glaser


Frasier syndrome is caused by defective alternative
splicing of WT1 leading to an altered ratio of WT1 +/-KTS
splice isoforms
                B. Klamt, A. Koziell, F. Poulat, P. Wieacter,
                P. Scrambler, P. Berta and M. Gessler


Mouse homologues of the human AZF candidate gene
RBM are expressed in spermatogonia and spermatids,
and a map to a Y chromosome deletion interval associated
with a high incidence of sperm abnormalities
                S.K. Mahadevaiah, T. Odorisio, D.J. Elliott,
                A. Rattigan, M. Szot, S.H. Laval, L.L.
                Washburn, J.R. McCarrey, B.M. Cattanach,
                R. Lovell-Badge and P.S. Burgoyne


A mutation in the cystic fibrosis transmembrane
conductance regulator gene associated with elevated
sweat chloride concentrations in the absence of cystic
fibrosis
                J.E. Mickle, M. Macek jr, S.B. Fulmer-
                Smentek, M.M. Egar, E. Schwiebert, W.
                Guggino, R. Moss, G.R. Cutting


The UTX gene escapes X-inactivation in mice and humans
                A. Greenfield, L. Carrel, D. Pennisi, C.
                Philippe, N. Quaderi, P. Siggers, K. Steiner,
                P.P.L. Tam, A.P. Monaco, H.F. Willard and
                P. Koopman


Characterization of lpd (lipid defect): a novel mutation on
mouse chromosome 16 associated with a defect in
triglyceride metabolism
                X-Y. Wen, D.M. Bryce and M.L. Breitman


Sequencing of the (-synuclein gene in large series of
cases of familial Parkinson's disease fails to reveal any
further mutations
                J.R. Vaughan, M.J. Farrer, Z.K. Wszolek, T.
                Gasser, A. Durr, Y. Agid, V. Bonifati, G.
                DeMichele, G. Volpe, S. Lincoln, M.
                Breteler, G. Meco, A. Brice, C.D. Marsden,
                J. Hardy and N.W. Wood and The
                European Consortium on Genetic
                Susceptability in Parkinson's Disease
                (GSPD)


Replication of a common fragile site, FRA3B, occurs late in
S phase and is delayed further upon induction:
implications for the mechanism of fragile site induction
                M.M. Le Beau, F.V. Rassool, M.E.Neilly,
                 R.Espinosa III, T.W. Glover, D.I. Smith and
                T.W. McKeithan


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