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									           MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
Volume 8                                September 1988                                              No. 9

   Transpositional Competence and Transcription of Endogenous Ty Elements in
        Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Implications for Regulation of Transposition.
        M. Joan Curcio, Nancy J. Sanders, and David J. Garfinkel...............         3571-3581
   Multiple cis-Acting Sequence Elements Are Required for Efficient Splicing of Sim-
        ian Virus 40 Small-t Antigen Pre-mRNA. Xin-Yuan Fu, John D. Colgan,
        and James L. Manley ................................................            3582-3590
   The Drosophila melanogaster Tropomyosin II Gene Produces Multiple Proteins by
        Use of Alternative Tissue-Specific Promoters and Alternative Splicing. Paul
        D. Hanke and Robert V. Storti........................................           3591-3602
   Platelet Tyrosine-Specific Protein Phosphorylation Is Regulated by Thrombin.
        James E. Ferrell, Jr., and G. Steven Martin ............................        3603-3610
   Chromosome Instability Associated with Human Alphoid DNA Transfected into
        the Chinese Hamster Genome. M. W. Heartlein, J. H. M. Knoll, and S. A.
        Latt ................................................................           3611-3618
   RADI, an Excision Repair Gene of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Is Also Involved in
        Recombination. Robert H. Schiestl and Satya Prakash..................           3619-3626
   Differential Expression of Five tRNAuAG Amber Suppressors in Caenorhabditis
        elegans. Kazunori Kondo, Jonathan Hodgkin, and Robert H. Waterston              3627-3635
   Structure and Regulation of a Nuclear Gene in Saccharomyces cerevisiae That
        Specifies MRP7, a Protein of the Large Subunit of the Mitochondrial
        Ribosome. Kathleen Fearon and Thomas L. Mason ....................              3636-3646
   Structure and Regulation of a Nuclear Gene in Saccharomyces cerevisiae That
        Specifies MRP13, a Protein of the Small Subunit of the Mitochondrial
        Ribosome. Judith A. Partaledis and Thomas L. Mason .................            3647-3660
   DNase I Hypersensitivity Is Independent of Endogenous Topoisomerase II Activity
        during Chicken Erythrocyte Differentiation. M. T. Muller and V. B. Mehta        3661-3669
   Wolffish Antifreeze Protein Genes Are Primarily Organized as Tandem Repeats
        That Each Contain Two Genes in Inverted Orientation. Gary K. Scott,
        Pliny H. Hayes, Garth L. Fletcher, and Peter L. Davies.................         3670-3675
   Promoter Sequences Required for Transcription of Xenopus laevis Histone Genes
        in Injected Frog Oocyte Nuclei. Lisa M. Heindl, Thomas S. Weil, and
        Michael Perry.......................................................            3676-3682
   c-myc Antisense Transcripts Accelerate Differentiation and Inhibit G1 Progression
        in Murine Erythroleukemia Cells. Edward V. Prochownik, Jolanta
        Kukowska, and Claire Rodgers .......................................            3683-3695
   Characterization of a Novel Anti-Peptide Antibody That Recognizes a Specific
        Conformation of the Platelet-Derived Growth Factor Receptor. Subal
        Bishayee, Subrata Majumdar, Charles D. Scher, and Shabbir Khan .......          3696-3702
   Isolation and Characterization of an Autonomously Replicating Sequence from
        Ustilago maydis. Toyoko Tsukuda, Stephen Carleton, Scott Fotheringham,
        and William K. Holloman ............................................            3703-3709
   Regulation of Amyloid A Gene Expression in Cultured Cells. Hugh Young
        Rienhoff, Jr., and Mark Groudine .....................................           3710-3716
   Adenovirus Transcriptional Regulatory Regions Are Conserved in Mammalian
        Cells and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Masayo Kornuc, Ronni Altman, David
        Harrich, Joseph Garcia, Janna Chao, Paul Kayne, and Richard Gaynor ...           3717-3725
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    Cysteine Residues in the Zinc Finger and Amino Acids Adjacent to the Finger Are
         Necessary for DNA Binding by the LAC9 Regulatory Protein of Kluyvero-
         myces lactis. Michael M. Witte and Robert C. Dickson .................        3726-3733
    Transcription of HLA Class II Genes in the Absence of B-Cell-Specific Octamer-
         Binding Factor. Eva Stimac, Sue Lyons, and Donald Pious .............         3734-3739
    Characterization of Mutant p53-hsp72/73 Protein-Protein Complexes by Transient
         Expression in Monkey COS Cells. H.-W. Sturzbecher, Christine Addison,
         and John R. Jenkins .................................................         3740-3747
    Structures of Spontaneous Deletions in Caenorhabditis elegans. Rock A. Pulak
         and Philip Anderson .................................................         3748-3754
    Early Commitment of Yeast Pre-mRNA to the Spliceosome Pathway.
         P. Legrain, B. Seraphin, and M. Rosbash ..............................        3755-3760
    Key Features of Heat Shock Regulatory Elements. Jahanshah Amin, Jayakumar
         Ananthan, and Richard Voellmy ......................................          3761-3769
    Evolution, Expression, and Chromosomal Location of a Novel Receptor Tyrosine
         Kinase Gene, eph. Yoshiro Maru, Hisamaru Hirai, Michihiro C. Yoshida,
         and Fumimaro Takaku ...............................................           3770-3776
    Role of STE Genes in the Mating Factor Signaling Pathway Mediated by GPAI in
         Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Naoki Nakayama, Yoshito Kaziro, Ken-ichi
         Arai, and Kunihiro Matsumoto......................................            3777-3783
    Holliday Intermediates and Reaction By-Products in FLP Protein-Promoted Site-
         Specific Recombination. Leslie Meyer-Leon, Li-Chun Huang, Scott W.
         Umlauf, Michael M. Cox, and Ross B. Inman ..........................          3784-3796
    Structural and Functional Conservation between Yeast and Human 3-Hydroxy-3-
         Methylglutaryl Coenzyme A Reductases, the Rate-Limiting Enzyme of Sterol
         Biosynthesis. Michael E. Basson, Mary Thorsness, Janet Finer-Moore,
         Robert M. Stroud, and Jasper Rine ....................................        3797-3808
    Isolation and Structural Characterization of the Human 4F2 Heavy-Chain Gene,
         an Inducible Gene Involved in T-Lymphocyte Activation. Keith M.
         Gottesdiener, Beverly A. Karpinski, Tullia Lindsten, Jack L. Strominger,
         Nancy H. Jones, Craig B. Thompson, and Jeffrey M. Leiden.............         3809-3819
    Regulation of 4F2 Heavy-Chain Gene Expression during Normal Human T-Cell
         Activation Can Be Mediated by Multiple Distinct Molecular Mechanisms.
         Tullia Lindsten, Carl H. June, Craig B. Thompson, and Jeffrey M. Leiden       3820-3826
    The Positive Regulatory Function of the 5'-Proximal Open Reading Frames in
         GCN4 mRNA Can Be Mimicked by Heterologous, Short Coding Sequences.
         Norma P. Williams, Peter P. Mueller, and Alan G. Hinnebusch ..........        3827-3836
    Polycistronic Transcripts in Trypanosomes and Their Accumulation During Heat
         Shock: Evidence for a Precursor Role in mRNA Synthesis. Michael L.
         Muhich and John C. Boothroyd .......................................          3837-3846
    Transcriptional Unit of the Murine Thy-1 Gene: Different Distribution of Tran-
         scription Initiation Sites in Brain. Eugenia Spanopoulou, Vincent Giguere,
         and Frank Grosveld.................................................           3847-3856
    Glucocorticoid and Developmental Regulation of Amylase mRNAs in Mouse Liver
         Cells. Linda C. Samuelson, Paul R. Keller, Gretchen J. Darlington, and
         Miriam H. Meisler..................................................            3857-3863
    Generation of Murine Stromal Cell Lines Supporting Hematopoietic Stem Cell
         Proliferation by Use of Recombinant Retrovirus Vectors Encoding Simian
         Virus 40 Large T Antigen. David A. Williams, Margery F. Rosenblatt,
         David R. Beier, and Roger D. Cone ...................................         3864-3871
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    Negative Regulation of Transcription In Vitro by a Glucocorticoid Response
         Element Is Mediated by a trans-Acting Factor. Stephen J. Langer and
         Michael C. Ostrowski................................................          3872-3881
    The Amino-Terminal Region of the Adenovirus Serotype 5 Ela Protein Performs
         Two Separate Functions when Expressed in Primary Baby Rat Kidney Cells.
         Deborah H. Smith and Edward B. Ziff.................................          3882-3890
    Purification and Characterization of TTFI, a Factor That Mediates Termination
         of Mouse Ribosomal DNA Transcription. Ingrid Bartsch, Christa
         Schoneberg, and Ingrid Grummt ......................................          3891-3897
    One of the Tightly Clustered Genes of the Mouse Surfeit Locus Is a Highly
         Expressed Member of a Multigene Family Whose Other Members Are Pre-
         dominantly Processed Pseudogenes. Clare Huxley, Trevor Williams, and
         Mike Fried..........................................................          3898-3905
    Early Retinoic Acid-Induced F9 Teratocarcinoma Stem Cell Gene ERA-i: Alter-
         nate Splicing Creates Transcripts for a Homeobox-Containing Protein and
         One Lacking the Homeobox. Gregory J. LaRosa and Lorraine J. Gudas             3906-3917
    Efficient Repair of HO-Induced Chromosomal Breaks in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
         by Recombination between Flanking Homologous Sequences. Norah Rudin
         and James E. Haber .................................................          3918-3928
    Isolation of cDNA Clones for Mouse Cytoskeletal y-Actin and Differential Expres-
         sion of Cytoskeletal Actin mRNAs in Mouse Cells. Katsuo Tokunaga,
         Kyoko Takeda, Kiyofumi Kamiyama, Hajime Kageyama, Keizo Takenaga,
         and Shigeru Sakiyama..............................................            3929-3933
    Differential Expression of a Tropomyosin Isoform in Low- and High-Metastatic
         Lewis Lung Carcinoma Cells. Keizo Takenaga, Yohko Nakamura, and
         Shigeru Sakiyama ...................................................          3934-3937
    Expression of the c-myb and c-myc Genes Is Regulated Independently in Differen-
         tiating Mouse Erythroleukemia Cells by Common Processes of Premature
         Transcription Arrest and Increased mRNA Turnover. Roger J. Watson ...         3938-3942
    Use of a Simian Virus 40-Based Shuttle Vector To Analyze Enhanced Mutagenesis
         in Mitomycin C-Treated Monkey Cells. Emmanuel Roilides, Peter J.
         Munson, Arthur S. Levine, and Kathleen Dixon ........................         3943-3946
    Sequence Structures of Two Developmentally Regulated, Alternative DNA Dele-
         tion Junctions in Tetrahymena thermophila. Charles F. Austerberry and
         Meng-Chao Yao .....................................................           3947-3950
    Transcriptional and Posttranscriptional Regulation of CSF-I Gene Expression in
         Human Monocytes. Junko Horiguchi, Eric Sariban, and Donald Kufe ....          3951-3954
    Mapping of Cellular Protein-Binding Sites on the Products of Early-Region 1A of
         Human Adenovirus Type 5. Cay Egan, Tony N. Jelsma, John A. Howe,
         Stanley T. Bayley, Blair Ferguson, and Philip E. Branton................      3955-3959
    The Six Amino-Terminal Amino Acids of p6(Yrc Are Sufficient To Cause Myristy-
         lation of p21vrlzs. Janice E. Buss, Channing J. Der, and Patricia A. Solski   3960-3963
    A Reduced Rate of Bulky DNA Adduct Removal Is Coincident with Differentia-
         tion of Human Neuroblastoma Cells Induced by Nerve Growth Factor. Lee
         Jensen and Stuart Linn...............................................         3964-3968
    Oncogenic Activation of pl85"eu Stimulates Tyrosine Phosphorylation In Vivo.
         David F. Stem, Mark P. Kamps, and Huining Cao......................           3969-3973
Date of Issue: 26 August 1988

								
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