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Heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoproteins: role in RNA splicingYANG DO CHOI; GRABOWSKI, P. J; SHARP, P. A et al.Science (Washington, D.C.). 1986, Vol 231, Num 4745, pp 1534-1539, issn 0036-8075Article

A subpopulation of spinach chloroplast tRNA genes does not require upstream promoter elements for transcriptionGRUISSEM, W; ELSNER-MENZEL, C; LATSHAW, S et al.Nucleic acids research. 1986, Vol 14, Num 19, pp 7541-7556, issn 0305-1048Article

Structure and transcription of eukaryotic tRNA genesSHARP, S. J; SCHAACK, J; COOLEY, L et al.CRC critical reviews in biochemistry. 1985, Vol 19, Num 2, pp 107-144, issn 0045-6411Article

Oscillations in theoretical models of inductionSPORNS, O; SEELIG, F. F.Biosystems. 1986, Vol 19, Num 2, pp 83-89, issn 0303-2647Article

Abstracts/Symposium on transcriptional control mechanisms: University of California-Los Angeles, 15th. annual meetings, Los Angeles CA, April 6-13, 1986Journal of cellular biochemistry. Supplement. 1986, Num 10, pp 77-201, issn 0733-1959, DConference Proceedings

Computer transcription of handwritten shorthand as an aid for the deaf ― a feasibility studyBROOKS, C. P; NEWELL, A. F.International journal of man-machine studies. 1985, Vol 23, Num 1, pp 45-60, issn 0020-7373Article

Infection of a Chlorella-like alga with the virus PBCV-1: transcriptional studiesSCHUSTER, A. M; GIRTON, L; BURBANK, D. E et al.Virology (New York, NY). 1986, Vol 148, Num 1, pp 181-189, issn 0042-6822Article

Transcriptional selectivity of viral genes in mammalian cellsMCKNIGHT, S; TJIAN, R.Cell (Cambridge). 1986, Vol 46, Num 6, pp 795-805, issn 0092-8674Article

Etude des étapes de reconnaissance de l'ADN par des protéines = Recognition states of DNA by proteinsBRAHMS, J., 11 p.Report

RNA polymerase specificity of mRNA production and enhancer actionLOPATA, M. A; CLEVELAND, D. W; SOLLNER-WEBB, B et al.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1986, Vol 83, Num 18, pp 6677-6681, issn 0027-8424Article

Separation and partial characterization of three functional steps in transcription initiation by human RNA polymerase IIHAWLEY, D. K; ROEDER, R. G.The Journal of biological chemistry (Print). 1985, Vol 260, Num 13, pp 8163-8172, issn 0021-9258Article

DNA methylation affects the formation of active chromatinKESHET, I; LIEMAN-HURWITZ, J; CEDAR, H et al.Cell (Cambridge). 1986, Vol 44, Num 4, pp 535-543, issn 0092-8674Article

Transcription occurs at a nucleoskeletonJACKSON, D. A; COOK, P. R.EMBO journal (Print). 1985, Vol 4, Num 4, pp 919-925, issn 0261-4189Article

Transcriptional control of herpesvirus gene expression: gene functions required for positive and negative regulationGODOWSKI, P. J; KNIPE, D. M.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1986, Vol 83, Num 2, pp 256-260, issn 0027-8424Article

Formation of lariats and circles in self-splicing of the precursor to the large ribosomal RNA of yeast mitochondriaARNBERG, A. C; VAN DER HORST, G; TABAK, H. F et al.Cell (Cambridge). 1986, Vol 44, Num 2, pp 235-242, issn 0092-8674Article

In vivo dimerization of cauliflower mosaic virus DNA can explain recombinationGELDREICH, A; LEBEURIER, G; HIRTH, L et al.Gene (Amsterdam). 1986, Vol 48, Num 2-3, pp 277-286, issn 0378-1119Article

A constitutively transcribed actin gene is associated with the nuclear matrix in a Drosophila cell lineINTRES, R; DONADY, J. J.In vitro cellular & developmental biology. 1985, Vol 21, Num 11, pp 641-648, issn 0883-8364Article

A germ line specific DNA sequence is transcribed in TetrahymenaSTEIN-GAVENS, S; WELLS, J. M; KARRER, K. M et al.Developmental biology (Print). 1987, Vol 120, Num 1, pp 259-269, issn 0012-1606Article

The role of the nuclear matrix in the organization and function of DNANELSON, W. G; PIENTA, K. J; BARRACK, E. R et al.Annual review of biophysics and biophysical chemistry. 1986, Vol 15, pp 457-475, issn 0883-9182Article

Parameters controlling transcriptional activation during early drosophila developmentEDGAR, B. A; SCHUBIGER, G.Cell (Cambridge). 1986, Vol 44, Num 6, pp 871-877, issn 0092-8674Article

The complexity of gene expression in higher plantsAPEL, K; BATSCHAUER, A; DEHESH, K et al.Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences. 1986, Vol 314, Num 1166, pp 481-492, issn 0080-4622Conference Paper

Centromeric satellite DNA in the newt Triturus cristatus karelinii and related species: its distribution and transcription on lampbrush chromosomesBALDWIN, L; MACGREGOR, H. C.Chromosoma (Berlin. Print). 1985, Vol 92, Num 2, pp 100-107, issn 0009-5915Article

A transcribed satellite DNA from the bullfrog Rana catesbeianaZHENGAN WU; MURPHY, C; GALL, J. G et al.Chromosoma (Berlin. Print). 1986, Vol 93, Num 4, pp 291-297, issn 0009-5915Article

Sequences capable of restoring poly(A) site function define two distinct downstream elementsMCDEVITT, M. A; HART, R. P; WONG, W. W et al.EMBO journal (Print). 1986, Vol 5, Num 11, pp 2907-2913, issn 0261-4189Article

Topoisomerase I interacts with transcribed regions in Drosophila cellsGILMOUR, D. S; PFLUGFELDER, G; WANG, J. C et al.Cell (Cambridge). 1986, Vol 44, Num 3, pp 401-407, issn 0092-8674Article

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