The purpose of this text is to encourage research on nonhistones and to stimulate the imagination of other investigators whose future efforts might result in new discoveries as to the significance of these proteins.
Table of Contents
1. The Structural And Functional Roles Of Specific Nonhistone Protein Fractions In Chromatin 2. Two Specific Groups Of NHC Proteins Involved In Gene Expression 3. Nonhistone Chromosomal Protein Fractions Of Regulatory Character Synthesized In Spleen Cells During The Immune Response 4. Characterization Of The 2 M Nacl-Resistant Chromatin Fraction From Chicken Erythroid 5. Carboxyl Methylation-Demethylation Of Nonhistone Chromosomal Proteins 6. Identification Of Nuclear Antigens In Human Cells By Immunofluorescence, Immunoelectron Microscopy, And Immunobiochemical Methods Using Monoclonal Antibodies 7. Nonhistone Chromosomal Proteins Of The Mitotic Apparatus: Proposed Role In Nuclear Assembly 8. A Rapid Purification Of DNA Topoisomerase I, A Chromatin-Bound Nonhistone Protein, And Its Inhibition By Heparin 9. Current Research On Eukaryotic DNA Methyltransferases 10. Alkaline And Neutral Proteinase Bound To Chromatin: Properties And Functions