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Researchers in biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, and cell biology.

Table of Contents

J.-P. Julien and W.E. Mushynski, Neurofilaments in Health and Disease. B. Kemper, Regulation of Cytochrome P450 Gene Transcription by Phenobarbital. J.D. Gary and S. Clark, RNA and Protein Interactions Modulated by Protein Arginine Methylation. S.A. Henry and J.L. Patton-Vogt, Genetic Regulation of Phospholipid Metabolism: Yeast as a Model Eukaryote. A.G. Zimmermann, J.-J. Gu, and J. Labiberté, and B.S. Mitchell, Inosine-5'-Monophosphate Dehydogenase: Regulation of Expression and Role in Cellular Proliferation and T Lymphocyte Activation. G.P. Hazlewood and H.J. Gilbert, Structure and Function Analysis of Pseudomonas Plant Cell Wall Hydrolases. H. Lie-Venema, T.B.M. Hakvoort, F.J. van Hemert, A.F.M. Moorman, and W.H. Lamers, Regulation of the Spatiotemporal Pattern of Expression of the Glutamine Synthetase Gene. N. Lenka, C. Vijayasarathy, J. Mullick, and N.G. Avadhani, Structural Organization and Transcription Regulation of Nuclear Genes Encoding the Mammalian Cytochrome c Oxidase Complex. M.E. Fox and G.R. Smith, Control of Meiotic Recombination in Schizosaccharomyces pombe. A.P. Wolffe and H. Kurumizaka, The Nucleosome: A Powerful Regulator of Transcription. Chapter References. Index.


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About the serial-volume-editor

Kivie Moldave

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, University of California, Irvine, California, U.S.A.


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