R.M. Blumenthal, D.W. Borst, and R.G. Matthews, Experimental Analysis of Global Gene Regulation in Escherichia coli.
J.R. Chamberlain, A.J. Tranguch, E. Pagán-Ramos, and D.R. Engelke, Eukaryotic Nuclear RNase P: Structures and Functions.
D.P. Mascott, L.S. Goessling, D. Rup, and R.E. Thach, Effects of the Ferritin Open Reading Frame on Translational Induction by Iron.
C.M.G. Simbulan-Rosenthal, D.S. Rosenthal, R. Ding, J. Jackman, and M.E. Smulson, Depletion of Nuclear Poly(ADP-ribose) Polymerase by Antisense RNA Expression: Influence on Genomic Stability, Chromatin Organization, DNA Repair, and DNA Replication.
J.P.G. Ballesta and M. Remacha, The Large Ribosomal Subunit Stalk as a Regulatory Element of the Eukaryotic Translational Machinery.
M.R. Blackburn and R.E. Kellems, Regulation and Function of Adenosine Deaminase in Mice.
Z.-Y. Wang and T.F. Deuel, S1-Nuclease-Sensitive DNA Structures Contribute to Transcriptional Regulation of the Human PDGF A-chain.
C.R. Astell, Q. Liu, C.E. Harris, J. Brunstein, H.K. Jindal, and P. Tam, Minute Virus of Mice cis-Acting Sequences Required for Genome Replication and the Role of the trans-Acting Viral Protein, NS-1. Chapter References. Index.
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