Conversation 7: Proceedings

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Structure and Function
Volumes One and Two, Hard Cover 1992

The Proceedings of the Seventh Conversation held at The University-SUNY, Albany NY, June 18-22, 1991

Editors: Ramaswamy H. Sarma, Ph.D. & Mukti H. Sarma, Ph.D.

ISBN 0-940030-36-5 Two Volume Set;
ISBN 0-940030-37-3 Volume 1;
ISBN 0-940030-38-1 Volume 2

Editorial Review
From Book News, Inc.
Proceedings of the Seventh Conversation in Biomolecular Stereodynamics, held at the State U. of Albany, June 1991, presented in two volumes on nucleic acids (v.1) and proteins (v.2), and including invited papers and panel discussions. A sampling of the topics: curved DNA molecules, short DNA triple helices, mutations by carcinogen-DNA adducts, intrastrand cross-linking of duplex DNA, protein-DNA recognition, crystallographic studies of macromomycin. No index. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

Structure and Function Volume 1

The Proceedings of the Seventh Conversation held at The University-SUNY, Albany NY, June 18-22, 1991

Ramaswamy H. Sarma, Ph.D. & Mukti H. Sarma, Ph.D.

Contents Volume 1

Biochemical Characteristics of Curved DNA Molecules
Abraham Minsky, Yaffa Hiller, Michael Shatzky-Schwartz and Rodolfo Ghirlando

Structure and Stability Studies on Short DNA Triple Helices
Richard H. Shafer, Daniel S. Pilch and P. V. Scaria

Photofootprinting of Inter- and Intramolecular DNA Triplexes
Valery N. Soyfer, Oleg N. Volshin, Vlad A. Malkov and Maxim D. Frank-Kamenetskii

Cationic Switches in the Formation of DNA Structures Containing Guanine-Quartets
Dipankar Sen and Walter Gilbert

The Induction of Mutations by Carcinogen-DNA Adducts
Michael L. Wood and John M. Essigmann

Anticancer Drug Daunorubicin and Its Derivatives Can Be Crosslinked to DNA Efficiently by Formaldehyde: Possible Clues for Drug Design
Andrew H.-J. Wang, M. Sriram, Yi-Gui Gao, Howard Robinson, Yuch-Chen Jean, Yu-kun Li and Hong Zhang

Molecular Factors that Control the Nucleic Acid Binding Mode Selection by Unfused Aromatic Cations
W. David Wilson, Farial A. Tanious, Henryk Buczak, Lynda S. Ratmeyer, M. K. Venkatramanan, Arvind Kumar, Daivid W. Boykin and Benjamin R. Munson

DNA Intercalation: Helix Unwinding and Neighbor-Exclusion
Loren Dean Wlliams, Martin Egli, Qi Gao and Alexander Rich

Unusual Binding of Ethidium to a Deoxyoligonucleotide Containing a B-Z Junction
Jonathan B. Chairs, Dongchul Suh and Richard D. Sheardy

Structure of an Acetylaminofluorene (AAF) Modified DNA Oligomer
Suzanne F. O’Handley, David G. Sanford, Rong Xu, Cathy C. Lester, Brian E. Hingerty, Suse Broyde and Thomas R. Krugh

Sequence Specificity of Quinoxaline Antibiotics: A Comparison of the Binding of [N-MeCys3], [N-MeCys7] TANDEM and Echinomycin to DNA Studied by Proton NMR Spectroscopy
Kenneth J. Addess, Dara E. Gilbert and Juli Feignon

Structural Basis for the Mutagenic Specificity of 8-Oxoguanine-DNA
Arthur P. Grollman

Interstrand Cross-Linking of Duplex DNA by Nitrous Acid: Determination of the Sequence Preference at Nucleotide Resolution
James J. Kirchner, Marjorie S. Solomon and Paul B. Hopkins

Intervening Looped Sequences Between CCAAT and TATA in Primates Are Rigid Upstream and Flexible Downstream
Ruth Nussinov

Analysis of the Structure and Dynamics of Synthetic 32 Base-Pair Models of the Holliday Junction Intermediate in Genetic Recombination
Thomas Macke, Shiow-meei Chen and Walter J. Chazin

Towards the Direct Determination of the Shape of DNA Molecules in Solution
Patrick Furrer, Jan Brednar, Marc Adrian, Andrzej Stasiak, Jacques Dubochet, Bernard Révet, Sabine Brahms and Georges J. Brahms

Identifying and Interpreting Spectral Feaures of DNA in the Microwave-Submillimeter Frequency Range
L.L. Van Zandt and S. K. Saxena

Concerted Use of Spectral Simulation, Distance Geometry and Interactive Computer Modeling for Refinement of NMR Structures of Nucleic Acids
Girjesh Govul, A. Majumdar, R. Ajay Kumar, N. Mukhopadhyay and R. V. Hosur

H-Type RNA Pseudoknots: Structure, Mutational Analysis and Prediction
Cornelius W. A. Pleij, Ruud M. W. Mans, Paul Verlaan and Leendert Bosch

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