Chromosomal Proteins and Their Role in the Regulation of Gene Expression: Proceedings of the Florida Colloquium on Molecular Biology, March 13-14, 1975
Gary S. Stein, Lewis J. Kleinsmith
Acad. Press, 1975 - Science - 307 pages
Regulation of histone gene transcription during the cell cucle by nonhistone chromosomal proteins; The in vitro transcription of the globin gene in chromatin; Stimulation and inhibition of transcription in vitro by nonhistone chromosomal proteins; Do phosphorylated proteins regulate gene activity? direct evidence for a functional relationship between nonhistone chromosomal protein phosphorylation and gene transcription; Changes in nuclear proteins during embryonic development and cellular differentiation; The deposition of histones auto replicating chromosomes; analysis of specific phosphorylation sites in lysine rich (H1) histone; an approach to the determination of structural chromosonal protem functions.
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William Park Department of Biochemistry University of Florida Gainesville
John Paul The Beatson Institute for Cancer Research Glasgow Scotland G3
Stimulation and Inhibition of Transcription In Vitro by Nonhistone
Do Phosphorylated Proteins Regulate Gene Activity?
Direct Evidence for a Functional Relationship between Nonhistone
Changes in Nuclear Proteins during Embryonic Development and Cellular
The Deposition of Histones onto Replicating Chromosomes
Histone Methylation A Functional Enigma
Electrophoretic Immunological and Metabolic
Protein Interaction with DNA in Chromatin
Chromatin Structure and Transcriptional Activity
Interactions of a Subclass of Nonhistone Chromatin Proteins with DNA
Use of DNA Columns to Separate and Characterize Nuclear Nonhistone