As a follow-up to Volumes I and II in this series, in this volume the authors attempt to provide an update into the current research in NHCP with the hope that these articles may foster a more analytical elucidation of the role of these proteins in gene expression.
Table of Contents
1. The Potential Role Of A Phosphoprotein In Nuclear Organization 2. Structural And Functional Studies Of Protein B23 3. DNA-Bound Nonhistone Chromosomal Proteins And Loop Organisation Of Chromatin 4. Nonhistone Proteins And The Organisation Of Eukaryotic And DNA 5. Characterization Of Nucleosome And Nucleosome-Like Subpopulations Differently Involved In Gene Expression 6. Discontinuities Of Peptide Nature In DNA 7. Small Peptides Bound To Chromatin DNA Are Involved In The Regulation Of Transcription 8. Tissue Specific In Vitro Transcription From Mouse B-Globin Promoter And Preferential Binding Of Erythroid Cell Nuclear Nonhistone Proteins To Upstream Flanking Sequences 9. Quantitation Of Two-Dimensional Polyacrylamide Gel Fluorograms Of Mrna Translational Products By Soft Laser Densitometry 10. Nonhistone Phosphoproteins Within The Realm Of Nuclear Structure And Function: An Overview