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DNA Synthesis

Present and Future

  • Ian Molineux
  • Masamichi Kohiyama

Part of the NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSA, volume 17)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Initiation and Control of Replication

    1. R. H. Pritchard
      Pages 1-26
    2. Olivier Fayet, Jean-Michel Louarn
      Pages 27-31
    3. James A. Wechsler
      Pages 49-70
    4. Miroslawa M. Bagdasarian, Maryla Izakowska, Renata Natorff, Michael Bagdasarian
      Pages 101-111
    5. T. Kogoma, M. J. Cunnaughton, B. A. Alizadeh
      Pages 113-120
    6. Peter J. Stambrook, Douglas J. Burks
      Pages 161-174
    7. Barbara R. Jasny, Joel E. Cohen, Igor Tamm
      Pages 175-188
    8. Timothy Nilsen, Corrado Baglioni
      Pages 189-201
  3. The Biosynthesis of Chromosomal DNA

  4. DNA Structure, DNA Binding and Unwinding Proteins

  5. Polymerases and Other Replication Proteins

    1. W. S. Kelley, J. A. Reehl, N. C. Ledonne Jr.
      Pages 455-466
    2. G. T. Yarranton, G. R. Banks
      Pages 479-486
    3. Arturo Falaschi, Silvio Spadari
      Pages 487-515
    4. David Korn, Duane C. Eichler, Paul A. Fisher, Teresa Shu-Fong Wang
      Pages 517-558
    5. Benita De Petrocellis, Elio Parisi, Silvana Filosa, Antonio Capasso, Fabrizia Giovinazzi
      Pages 585-596
    6. Gilbert M. Brun, Anna I. Scovassi, Umberto Bertazzoni
      Pages 597-603
    7. Ellen Fanning, Karl-Heinz Klempnauer, Bernd Otto, Ernst-Jürgen Schlaeger, Rolf Knippers
      Pages 613-628
    8. S. Litvak, B. Mocquot, M. Castroviejo
      Pages 629-639
    9. Silvano Riva, Martha A. Cline, Philip J. Laipis
      Pages 641-654
    10. Eberhard Scherzinger, Günter Hillenbrand, Atsushi Yuki, Erich Lanka
      Pages 655-667
    11. E. Lanka, M. Schlicht, M. Mikolajczyk, B. Geschke, C. Edelbluth, H. Schuster
      Pages 669-682

About this book

Introduction

This book represents the proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute held in Santa Flavia, Sicily from the 20 - 29th June, 1977. In addition to the review talks given by the Lecturers at the Institute it proved feasible for other topics to be splendidly reviewed. This has led to a much wider subject coverage than would otherwise have been possible. The discussion sessions which followed these review talks were extremely valuable and almost all the participants played an active role. Essentially all of the verbal contributions presented at this ASI were subsequently put into written format, which is why these proceedings are so extensive. ~hey do, however, provide an up-to-date summary of DNA synthesis in a wide variety of subjects with many of the remaining problems clearly expressed. The editing of these contributions has been essentially confined to alterations in style and presentation. We have taken some liberties in the re-organization of the papers into related sections. We express our thanks to those who helped organize the ASI and to the session conveners who attempted to confine and contain those who became too verbose. We are indebted to NATO, Scientific Affairs Division for the financial support that made this ASI possible. Finally, we express our gratitude to Miss Brenda Marriott. She typed all seventy five papers in this book, which was originally estimated to be less than half its present length and which just grew and grew. She deserves our special thanks.

Keywords

DNA Mammalia development genetics paper synthesis system

Editors and affiliations

  • Ian Molineux
    • 1
  • Masamichi Kohiyama
    • 2
  1. 1.Imperial Cancer Research FundLondonEngland
  2. 2.University of ParisParisFrance

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