What is the SMALLEST DNA BINDING DOMAIN?

m griep mgriep at unlinfo.unl.edu
Thu Jan 16 10:12:35 EST 1997


m griep (mgriep at unlinfo.unl.edu) wrote:
: Tom Schneider (toms at ncifcrf.gov) wrote:
: : Angeline Kantola (kantola at u.washington.edu) wrote:

: : : C2H2 zinc fingers are everywhere (there are other kinds of zinc fingers as
: : : well), so finding information about them should be easy. Mia Schmiedeskamp
: : : and Rachel Klevit wrote a review of zinc fingers a few years back, which
: : : is probably a good place to start. 

: : Thanks for the tip.  I could not locate this in medline entrez.
: : Schmiedeskamp does appear but is the wrong topic.  R. Klevit wrote a number
: : of papers on the subject.

: :   Tom Schneider
: :   National Cancer Institute
: :   Laboratory of Mathematical Biology
: :   Frederick, Maryland  21702-1201
: :   toms at ncifcrf.gov
: :   http://www-lmmb.ncifcrf.gov/~toms/

Recent reviews of or including Zn fingers:
     Vallee & Auld, 1993, Acc. Chem. Res. 26, 543-551.
     Schmiedeskamp & Klevit, 1994, Curr. Opinion Struct. Biol. 4, 28-35.
     Klug & Schwabe, 1995, FASEB J. 9, 597-604.
     
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: Mark Griep    (mgriep at unlinfo.unl.edu)
: Department of Chemistry, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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