Volume 14, Number 1, January 1986
- H. S. Bilofsky, Christian Burks, James W. Fickett, W. B. Goad, F. I. Lewitter, W. P. Rindone, C. D. Swindell, C. S. Tung:
The GenBank genetic sequence databank.
- G. H. Hamm, G. N. Cameron:
The EMBL data library.
- David G. George, Winona C. Barker, Lois T. Hunt:
The protein identification resource (PIR).
- Dennis H. Smith, Douglas L. Brutlag, Peter Friedland, Laurence H. Kedes:
BIONET: national computer resource for molecular biology.
- Temple F. Smith, K. D. Gruskin, S. Tolman, D. Faulkner:
The molecular biology computer research resource.
- Gad M. Landau, Uzi Vishkin, Ruth Nussinov:
An efficient string matching algorithm with k differences for nucleotide and amino acid sequences.
- L. Burnett:
Development of a superior strategy for computer-assisted nucleotide sequence analysis.
- Osamu Gotoh, Y. Tagashira:
Sequence search on a supercomputer.
- M. B. Shapiro, P. Senapathy:
Automated preparation of DNA sequences for publication.
- Bruce A. Shapiro, Ruth Nussinov, Lewis E. Lipkin, Jacob V. Maizel:
A sequence analysis system encompassing rules for DNA helical distortion.
- Rose A. Grymes, Paul Travers, Alan Engelberg:
GEL - a computer tool for DNA sequencing projects.
- Hannu Peltola, Hans Söderlund, Esko Ukkonen:
Algorithms for the search of amino acid patterns in nucleic acid sequences.
- M. E. Mulligan, W. R. McClure:
Analysis of the occurrence of promoter-sites in DNA.
- Anna Tramontano, M. F. Macchiato:
Probability of coding of a DNA sequence: an algorithm to predict translated reading frames from their thermodynamic characteristics.
- Johan A. van den Berg, M. Osinga:
A peptide to DNA conversion program.
- B. Clift, David Haussler, Ross M. McConnell, Thomas D. Schneider, Gary D. Stormo:
- W. Bains:
MULTAN: a program to align multiple DNA sequences.
- Jean-Michel Claverie, L. Bougueleret:
Heuristic informational analysis of sequences.
- C. Fondrat, Philippe Dessen, P. Le Beux:
Principle of codification for quick comparisons with the entire biomolecule databanks and associated programs in FORTRAN 77.
- Charles B. Lawrence:
Data structures for DNA sequence manipulation.
- Rodger Staden:
The current status and portability of our sequence handling software.
- A. H. Reisner, C. A. Bucholtz:
The MTX package of computer programmes for the comparison of sequences of nucleotides and amino acid residues.
- J. Arnold, V. K. Eckenrode, K. Lemke, Gregory J. Phillips, S. W. Schaeffer:
A comprehensive package for DNA sequence analysis in FORTRAN IV for the PDP-11.
- T. W. Stone, K. N. Potter:
Methylation blockage and other improvements to a comprehensive DNA analysis program.
- C. A. Bucholtz, A. H. Reisner:
MBIS - an integrated system for the retrieval and analyses of sequence data from nucleic acids and proteins.
- R. Harr, P. Fallman, M. Haggstrom, L. Wahlstrom, P. Gustafsson:
GENEUS, a computer system for DNA and protein sequence analysis containing an information retrieval system for the EMBL data library.
- R. J. Douthart, J. J. Thomas, S. D. Rosier, J. E. Schmaltz, J. W. West:
Cloning simulation in the cage environment.
- A. L. Williams Jr., I. Tinoco Jr.:
A dynamic programming algorithm for finding alternative RNA secondary structures.
- K. Stuber:
Nucleic acid secondary structure prediction and display.
- Michael Gribskov, R. R. Burgess, J. Devereux:
PEPPLOT, a protein secondary structure analysis program for the UWGCG sequence analysis software package.
- Günther Zehetner, Hans Lehrach:
A computer program package for restriction map analysis and manipulation.
- P. S. Neumaier:
A program package applicable to the detection of overlaps between restriction maps.
- E. Sobel, H. M. Martinez:
A multiple sequence alignment program.
- T. Atilgan, H. B. Nicholas Jr., W. H. McClain:
A statistical method for correlating tRNA sequence with amino acid specificity.
- C. S. Tung, Stephen C. Harvey:
Computer graphics program to reveal the dependence of the gross three- dimensional structure of the B-DNA double helix on primary structure.
- K. Yamamoto, H. Yoshikura:
Relation between genomic and capsid structures in RNA viruses.
- J. L. Modelevsky, F. Norris, G. L. Griesinger:
GENEVIEW and the DNACE data bus: computational tools for analysis, display and exchange of genetic information.
- C. M. Tolstoshev, H. W. Matthes, P. Oudet:
Computer management of oligonucleotide synthesis on cellulose filters.
- J. K. Elder, D. K. Green, E. M. Southern:
Automatic reading of DNA sequencing gel autoradiographs using a large format digital scanner.
- L. Burnett, A. Basten, W. J. Hensley:
Should nucleotide sequence analyzing computer algorithms always extend homologies by extending homologies?
- C. C. Marvel:
A program for the identification of tRNA-like structures in DNA sequence data.
- P. Taylor:
A computer program for translating DNA sequences into protein.
- David W. Mount, Bruce Conrad:
Improved programs for DNA and protein sequence analysis on the IBM personal computer and other standard computer systems.
- B. Franz Lang, Gertraud Burger:
A collection of programs for nucleic acid and protein analysis, written in FORTRAN 77 for IBM-PC compatible microcomputers.
- E. H. Harley:
A general DNA analysis program for the Hewlett-Packard Model 86/87 microcomputer.
- J. Pustell, F. C. Kafatos:
A convenient and adaptable microcomputer environment for DNA and protein sequence manipulation and analysis.
- James C. Dabrowiak, A. Skorobogaty, N. Rich, C. P. Vary, J. N. Vournakis:
Computer assisted microdensitometric analysis of footprinting autoradiographic DATA.
- Eugene W. Myers, David W. Mount:
Computer program for the IBM personal computer which searches for approximate matches to short oligonucleotide sequences in long target DNA sequences.
- J. E. Cowin, C. H. Jellis, D. Rickwood:
A new method of representing DNA sequences which combines ease of visual analysis with machine readability.
- R. E. Johnston, J. M. Mackenzie Jr., W. G. Dougherty:
Assembly of overlapping DNA sequences by a program written in BASIC for 64K CP/M and MS-DOS IBM-compatible microcomputers.
- A. MacMurray:
DIGICALC: a restriction fragment analysis program.
- P. A. Blanz, S. Kleindienst:
A computer program for comparative analysis of nucleic acid sequences.
- G. Krishnan, R. K. Kaul, P. Jagadeeswaran:
DNA sequence analysis: a procedure to find homologies among many sequences.
- H. Marcaud, Jacques Gabarro-Arpa, R. Ehrlich, C. Reiss:
An algorithm for studying cooperative transitions in DNA.
- T. Adrian, W. Heinrich:
COMAP: a comigrating analysis program for estimating the relationship of adenoviruses on the genome level.
- R. M. Lewis:
PROBFIND: a computer program for selecting oligonucleotide probes from peptide sequences.
- J. Campione-Piccardo, M. Ruben:
An integrated software system for microcomputer management of recombinant DNA data.
- C. E. Gariepy, M. I. Lomax, L. I. Grossman:
SPLINT: a cubic spline interpolation program for the analysis of fragment sizes in one-dimensional electrophoresis gels.
- C. Marck:
Fast analysis of DNA and protein sequence on Apple IIe: restriction sites search, alignment of short sequence and dot matrix analysis.
- R. H. Gross:
A DNA sequence analysis program for the Apple Macintosh.
- B. Fristensky:
Improving the efficiency of dot-matrix similarity searches through use of an oligomer table.
- P. E. Doggett, Frederick R. Blattner:
Personal access to sequence databases on personal computers.
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- Paul M. Sharp, T. M. Tuohy, K. R. Mosurski:
Codon usage in yeast: cluster analysis clearly differentiates highly and lowly expressed genes.
- R. Jemtland, E. Maehlum, O. S. Gabrielsen, T. B. Oyen:
Regular distribution of length heterogeneities within non-transcribed spacer regions of cloned and genomic rDNA of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
- D. King, Y. H. Sun, Jerry B. Lingrel:
Amino acid sequence of the testosterone-regulated mouse kidney RP2 protein deduced from its complementary DNA sequence.
- F. Baas, G. J. van Ommen, H. Bikker, A. C. Arnberg, J. J. de Vijlder:
The human thyroglobulin gene is over 300 kb long and contains introns of up to 64 kb.
- P. Breining, W. Piepersberg:
Yeast omnipotent supressor SUP1 (SUP45): nucleotide sequence of the wildtype and a mutant gene.
- Christiaan Karreman, N. Tandeau de Marsac, A. de Waard:
Isolation of a deoxycytidylate methyl transferase capable of protecting DNA uniquely against cleavage by endonuclease R.Aqu I (isoschizomer of Ava I).
- P. Keohavong, Renata Gattoni, P. Schmitt, James Stévenin:
The different intron 2 species excised in vivo from the E2A premRNA of adenovirus-2: an approach to analyse alternative splicing.
- R. E. Koes, C. E. Spelt, H. J. Reif, P. J. van den Elzen, E. Veltkamp, J. N. Mol:
Floral tissue of Petunia hybrida (V30) expresses only one member of the chalcone synthase multigene family.
- H. Sierakowska, W. Szer, P. J. Furdon, R. Kole:
Antibodies to hnRNP core proteins inhibit in vitro splicing of human beta-globin pre-mRNA.
- A. C. Boyd, I. G. Charles, J. W. Keyte, W. J. Brammar:
Isolation and computer-aided characterization of MmeI, a type II restriction endonuclease from Methylophilus methylotrophus.
- H. P. Erba, P. Gunning, L. Kedes:
Nucleotide sequence of the human gamma cytoskeletal actin mRNA: anomalous evolution of vertebrate non-muscle actin genes.
- F. S. Nallaseth, M. J. Dewey:
Moderately repeated mouse Y chromosomal sequence families present distinct types of organization and evolutionary change.
- S. Lavu, E. P. Reddy:
Structural organization and nucleotide sequence of mouse c-myb oncogene: activation in ABPL tumors is due to viral integration in an intron which results in the deletion of the 5' coding sequences.
- F. Quan, R. G. Korneluk, M. B. Tropak, R. A. Gravel:
Isolation and characterization of the human catalase gene.
- R. M. Gemmill, P. E. Schwartz, W. W. Doane:
Structural organization of the Amy locus in seven strains of Drosophila melanogaster.
- N. A. Affara, L. Florentin, N. Morrison, K. Kwok, M. Mitchell, A. Cook, D. Jamieson, L. Glasgow, L. Meredith, E. Boyd:
Regional assignment of Y-linked DNA probes by deletion mapping and their homology with X-chromosome and autosomal sequences.
- N. A. Affara, M. A. Ferguson-Smith, J. Tolmie, K. Kwok, M. Mitchell, D. Jamieson, A. Cooke, L. Florentin:
Variable transfer of Y-specific sequences in XX males.
- L. E. Xodo, G. Manzini, F. Quadrifoglio, Gijs A. van der Marel, Jacques H. van Boom:
Thermodynamic behaviour of the heptadecadeoxynucleotide d(CGCGCGTTTTTCGCGCG) forming B and Z hairpins in aqueous solution.
- B. C. Froehler, P. G. Ng, M. D. Matteucci:
Synthesis of DNA via deoxynucleoside H-phosphonate intermediates.
- A. S. Jones, S. Niwas, H. Tanaka, R. T. Walker:
Synthesis of two diastereoisomeric p-nitrophenyl phosphodiesters of 2', 3'-secouridine and their affinity for phosphodiesterases.
- L. L. Domier, K. M. Franklin, M. Shahabuddin, G. M. Hellmann, J. H. Overmeyer, S. T. Hiremath, M. F. Siaw, G. P. Lomonossoff, J. G. Shaw, R. E. Rhoads:
The nucleotide sequence of tobacco vein mottling virus RNA.
- D. E. Kelley, R. P. Perry:
Transcriptional and posttranscriptional control of immunoglobulin mRNA production during B lymphocyte development.
- C. Grabau, J. E. Cronan Jr.:
Nucleotide sequence and deduced amino acid sequence of Escherichia coli pyruvate oxidase, a lipid-activated flavoprotein.
- Annankoil R. Srinivasan, Wilma K. Olson:
Conformational studies of (2'-5') polynucleotides: theoretical computations of energy, base morphology, helical structure, and duplex formation.
- A. C. Looman, J. Bodlaender, M. de Gruyter, A. Vogelaar, P. H. van Knippenberg:
Secondary structure as primary determinant of the efficiency of ribosomal binding sites in Escherichia coli.
- M. Lassner, J. Dvorak:
Preferential homogenization between adjacent and alternate subrepeats in wheat rDNA.
- M. Pentz, R. Vatev, D. A. Goldthwait:
The effect of preincubation of HeLa cell nuclei with ATP on the degradation of mononucleosomal DNA by micrococcal nuclease.
- M. L. Muhich, L. Simpson:
Specific cleavage of kinetoplast minicircle DNA from Leishmania tarentolae by mung bean nuclease and identification of several additional minicircle sequence classes.
- H. F. Yang-Yen, L. I. Rothblum:
Partial nucleotide sequence of a 3.4 kb fragment from the rat ribosomal DNA nontranscribed spacer.
- M. M. Binns, M. E. Boursnell, F. M. Tomley, T. D. Brown:
Nucleotide sequence encoding the membrane protein of the IBV strain 6/82.
- Saho Ohno, Y. Emori, K. Suzuki:
Nucleotide sequence of a cDNA coding for the small subunit of human calcium-dependent protease.
- A. Rashtchian, M. Shaffer:
The nucleotide sequences of two tRNA genes from Campylobacter jejuni.
- George I. Bell, R. C. Najarian, G. T. Mullenbach, R. A. Hallewell:
cDNA sequence coding for human kidney catalase.
- T. J. Murphy, M. Blumenfeld:
Nucleotide sequence of a Drosophila melanogaster H1 histone gene.
- Craig S. Pikaard, G. A. Mignery, D. P. Ma, V. J. Stark, W. D. Park:
Sequence of two apparent pseudogenes of the major potato tuber protein, patatin.
- B. M. Ross, J. E. Looney, J. D. Harding:
Nucleotide sequence of a mouse tRNALeu gene.
- G. Paolella, R. Santamaria, P. Buono, F. Salvatore:
Human aldolase B cDNA detects a Pvu II RFLP in healthy individuals.
- A. D. Roses, Margaret A. Pericak-Vance, D. A. Ross, L. Yamaoka, R. J. Bartlett:
RFLPs at the D19S19 locus of human chromosome 19 linked to myotonic dystrophy (DM).
- R. Goldstein, J. Gruhn, F. C. Arnett, M. Duvic:
A frequent polymorphism of the complement component C4 gene.
- P. Oettgen, Stylianos E. Antonarakis, S. K. Karathanasis:
PvuII polymorphic site upstream to the human ApoCIII gene.
- K. Wrogemann, B. Arveiler, I. Oberle, L. M. Mulligan, J. A. Holden, C. J. Forster-Gibson, B. N. White:
A TaqI RFLP in Xq26-Xqter detected by pX45h [HGM8 no. DXS100h].