HOT PAPERS for April/May

Graham Dellaire dellaire at
Tue May 26 00:03:03 EST 1998


Derived from J. Bone's excellent Chromatin Pages

additions by G. Dellaire (*)


(*)Human autoantibodies reveal titin as a chromosomal protein.=20
Machado C, Sunkel CE, Andrew DJ (1998) J Cell Biol. 141(2): 321-333.=20

Dynamics of Protein Kinase CK2 Association with Nucleosomes in
relation to Transcriptional Activity.
Guo et al, J. Biol. Chem. 273: 13675-13680.
Ubiquitination of Histone H3 in Elongating Spermatids of Rat
Chen et al, J. Biol. Chem. 273: 13165-13169.

(*)Higher-order chromatin structure-dependent repair of DNA
breaks: involvement of the V(D)J recombination double-strand break
pathway. Johnston PJ, MacPhail SH, Stamato TD, Kirchgessner CU, Olive
(1998) Radiat Res. 149(5): 455-462.=20

Histone acetylation facilitates RNA polymerase II transcription of
the Drosophila hsp26 gene in chromatin.
Nightingale et al, EMBO J 17: 2865-2876.

The acetyltransferase activity of CBP stimulates transcription .
Mart=EDnez-Balb=E1s et al, EMBO J 17: 2886-2893.

The Drosophila Fab-7 Chromosomal Element Conveys Epigenetic
Inheritance during Mitosis and Meiosis.
Cavalli and Paro, Cell 94: 508-519

Cell Mini-Reviews on Epigenetic Phenomena: vol. 93: 301-336
The Mystique of Epigenetics. Benjamin Lewin, pp. 301-303.=20
RNA and the Epigenetic Regulation of X Chromosome
Inactivation. Panning and Jaenisch, pp. 305-308=20

Imprinting and the Initiation of Gene Silencing in
the Germ Line. M. Azim Surani, pp. 309-312=20

Centromeric Chromatin and Epigenetic Effects in=20
Kinetochore Assembly.=20
Wiens and Sorger, pp. 313-316=20
Centromeres Take Flight: Alpha Satellite and the Quest=20
for the Human Centromere.=20
Murphy and Karpen, pp. 317-320=20
Beyond the Nucleosome: Epigenetic Aspects of Position-
Effect Variegation in Drosophila.=20
Barbara T. Wakimoto, pp. 321-324=20

Yeast Heterochromatin: Regulation of Its Assembly and
Inheritance by Histones.=20
Michael Grunstein, pp. 325-328=20

Trans-Sensing Effects: The Ups and Downs of Being
Together. Henikoff and Comai, pp. 329-332=20

Polycombing the Genome: PcG, trxG, and Chromatin
Silencing. Vincenzo Pirrotta, pp. 333-336

Effects of Cell Density and Trichostatin A on the Expression of
HDAC1 and p57 Kip2 in Hep 3B Cells.
Gray and Ekstr=F6m , Biochem Biophyus Res. Comm. 245L: 423=AD427

Persistence of an alternate chromatin structure at silenced loci in the
absence of silencers.
Cheng et al, PNAS 95: 5521-5526.
The chromatin unfolding domain of chromosomal protein HMG-14
targets the N-terminal tail of histone H3 in nucleosomes.
Treischmann et al, PNAS 95: 5468-5473.=20

Undermethylation associated with retroelement activation and
chromosome remodelling in an interspecific mammalian hybrid.
O'Neill et al, Nature 393: 68-72.

Chromatin remodelling by the glucocorticoid receptor requires the
BRG1 complex.
Fryer and Archer, Nature 393: 88-92.

Folding of Chromatin in the Presence of Heterogeneous Histone H1
Binding to Nucleosomes.
Howe et al, 1998 273: 11625-11629.

HAT1 and HAT2 Proteins Are Components of a Yeast Nuclear
Histone Acetyltransferase Enzyme Specific for Free Histone H4.
Ruiz-Garc=EDa et al, J. Biol. Chem. 273: 12599-12605.
The yeast Ada complex mediates the ligand-dependent activation
function AF-2 of retinoid X and estrogen receptors.
vom Baur et al, Genes Dev. 12: 1278-1289.

Chromatin Remodeling Mediated by Drosophila GAGA Factor and
ISWI Activates fushi tarazu Gene Transcription In Vitro.=20
Okada and Hirose MCB 18:2455-2461

Cooperative Pho2-Pho4 Interactions at the PHO5 Promoter Are
Critical for Binding of Pho4 to UASp1 and for Efficient
Transactivation by Pho4 at UASp2.
Barbaric et al, MCB 18:2629-2639

Drosophila Polycomb Group Protein Psc Contacts ph and Pc
through Specific Conserved Domains.
Kyba and Brock, MCB 18:2712-2720.

The Drosophila esc and E(z) Proteins Are Direct Partners in
Polycomb Group-Mediated Repression.
Jones et al, MCB18:2825-2834.

Perturbation of nucleosome core structure by the SWI/SNF complex
persists after its detachment, enhancing subsequent transcription
factor binding.
Cot=E9 et al, PNAS 95: 4947-4952.

Defective meiosis in telomere-silencing mutants of
Schizosaccharomyces pombe.
Nimmo et al, Nature 392: 825-828.

Transcriptional repression by UME6 involves deacetylation of lysine
5 of histone H4 by RPD3.
Rundlett et al, Nature 392: 831-835.=20

Stimulation of Replication Efficiency of a Chromatin Template by
Chromosomal Protein HMG-17.
Vestner et al, J. Biol. Chem. 273: 9409-9414.

Heterochromatin Organization of a Natural Yeast Telomere.
Vegas-Palas et al, J. Biol. Chem. 273: 9388-9392.

Enhancement of Serum-response Factor-dependent Transcription
and DNA Binding by the Architectural Transcription Factor
HMG-I(Y) J. Biol. Chem. 1998 273: 9755-9760.

Architectural specificity in chromatin structure at the TATA box in
 vivo: Nucleosome displacement upon -phaseolin gene activation.
Li et al, PNAS 95: 4772-4777.

The C-terminal SET domains of ALL-1 and TRITHORAX interact
with the INI1 and SNR1 proteins, components of the SWI/SNF complex
Rozenblatt-Rosen et al, PNAS 95: 4152-4157.

The Switch in the Helical Handedness of the Histone (H3-H4)2
Tetramer within a Nucleoprotein Particle Requires a Reorientation
of the H3-H3 Interface.
Hamiche and Richard-Foy, J. Biol. Chem. 273: 9261-9269.

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