Progress in Nucleic Acid Research and Molecular Biology

Other | May 1, 1994

byCohn, Waldo E., Waldo E. Cohn

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* Provides a forum for discussion of new discoveries, approaches, and ideas in molecular biology
* Contributions from leaders in their fields
* Abundantly referenced

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Key Features* Provides a forum for discussion of new discoveries, approaches, and ideas in molecular biology* Contributions from leaders in their fields* Abundantly referenced

Format:OtherDimensions:408 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:May 1, 1994Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080863353

ISBN - 13:9780080863351


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Table of Contents

J. Williams and A. Morrison, Prestalk Cell Differentiation and Movement during the Morphogenesis ofDictyostelium discoideum.
W.G. Cole, Collagen Genes: Mutations Affecting Collagen Structure and Expression.
C.W. Emala, W.F. Schwindinger, G.S. Wand, and M.A. Levine, Signal-Transducing G Proteins: Basic and Clinical Applications.
H.R. Herschman, D.A. Kujubu, B.S. Fletcher, Q. Ma, B.C. Varnum, R.S. Gilbert, and S.T. Reddy, ThetisGenes, Primary Response Genes Induced by Growth Factors and Tumor Promoters in 3T3 Cells.
K.R. Luehrsen, S. Taha, and V. Walbot, Nuclear Pre-mRNA Processing in Higher Plants.
R.E. Harrington and I. Winicov, New Concepts in Protein-DNA Recognition: Sequence-directed DNA Bending and Flexibility.
S.W. Peltz, F. He, E. Welch, and A. Jacobson, Nonsense-mediated mRNA Decay in Yeast
J.Preiss and T. Romeo, Molecular Biology and Regulatory Aspects of Glycogen Biosynthesis in Bacteria.
J.M. Zengel and L. Lindahl, Diverse Mechanisms for Regulating Ribosomal Protein Synthesis inEscherichia coli.
P.A. Fisher, Enzymologic Mechanism of Replicative DNA Polymearases in Higher Eukaryotes.
Addendum to new Concepts in Protein-DNA Recognition: Sequenced-directed DNA Bending and Flexibility.