Volume 12, Number 1, January 1984
: A computer program package for storing and retrieving DNA/RNA and protein sequence data.
: A new rule for analyzing homologous coding sequences in DNA.
: Use of statistical criteria for screening potential homologies in nucleic acid sequences.
, Charles Auffray
: A program for prediction of protein secondary structure from nucleotide sequence data: application to histocompatibility antigens.
, A. V. Furano
: A convenient method for locating sets of related short sequences in DNA sequences of any length.
, B. Bryan
: Signal search analysis: a new method to localize and characterize functionally important DNA sequences.
T. W. Stone
, K. N. Potter
: A DNA analysis program designed for computer novices working in an industrial-research environment.
: A common philosophy and FORTRAN 77 software package for implementing and searching sequence databases.
A. H. Reisner
, C. A. Bucholtz
: Utilization of sequence libraries on a 16-bit mini computer with particular reference to high speed searching.
: A fast homology program for aligning biological sequences.
A. J. Gray
, D. E. Beecher
, M. V. Olson
: Computer-based image analysis of one-dimensional electrophoretic gels used for the separation of DNA restriction fragments.
: A computer program to enter DNA gel reading data into a computer.
: Computer methods to locate signals in nucleic acid sequences.
: Graphic methods to determine the function of nucleic acid sequences.
: Measurements of the effects that coding for a protein has on a DNA sequence and their use for finding genes.
, L. J. Korn
: A comprehensive sequence analysis program for the IBM personal computer.
P. A. Biro
: DNA sequence handling programs in BASIC for home computers.
, F. C. Kafatos
: A convenient and adaptable package of computer programs for DNA and protein sequence management, analysis and homology determination.
: JINN, an integrated software package for molecular geneticists.
, H. Govan
: An inexpensive semi-automated sequence reader for the Apple II computer.
: DNAGEL: a computer program for determining DNA fragment sizes using a small computer equipped with a graphics tablet.
, F. Bregegere
: An efficient program to construct restriction maps from experimental data with realistic error levels.
P. R. Caron
: KLONER; a computer program to simulate recombinant DNA strategies by restriction map manipulation.
S. E. Zweig
: Analysis of large nucleic acid dot matrices on small computers.
, W. C. Ripka
: Introduction of restriction enzyme sites in protein-coding DNA sequences by site-specific mutagenesis not affecting the amino acid sequence: a computer program.
David W. Mount
, Bruce Conrad
: Microcomputer programs for back translation of protein to DNA sequences and analysis of ambiguous DNA sequences.
R. E. Raupach
: Computer programs used to aid in the selection of DNA hybridization probes.
E. J. Gough
, N. M. Gough
: Direct calculation of the sizes of DNA fragments separated by gel electrophoresis using programmes written for a pocket calculator.
Volume 12, Number 13, July 1984
, S. Ortega
: Initiation of plasmid R1 replication in vitro is independent of transcription by host RNA polymerase.
S. H. Shanblatt
, A. Revzin
: Kinetics of RNA polymerase-promoter complex formation: effects of nonspecific DNA-protein interactions.
X. M. Yu
, W. S. Reznikoff
: Deletion analysis of the CAP-cAMP binding site of the Escherichia coli lactose promoter.
B. A. Morgan
, E. Kellett
, R. S. Hayward
: The wild-type nucleotide sequence of the rpoBC-attenuator region of Escherichia coli DNA and its implications for the nature of the rifd18 mutation.
P. O. O'Connell
, M. Rosbash
: Sequence, structure, and codon preference of the Drosophila ribosomal protein 49 gene.
: Coding strategy differences between constant and variable segments of immunoglobulin genes.