Cumulative Subject Index, Volumes 195-198, 200-227 by John N. Abelson

By John N. Abelson

The Cumulative topic Index for Volumes 195(198 and 200(227 comprises the contents of the volumes lined, the topic index, contributor index, and a whole checklist of all of the volumes released within the sequence. This quantity vitamins the tools in Enzymology Cumulative Index Volumes 33, seventy five, ninety five, one hundred twenty, a hundred and forty, a hundred seventy five, and 199.

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HERMAN 44, Overview of Toxins and Drugs as Tools to Study Excitable Membrane Ion Channels: II. Transmitter-Activated Channels TosnIo NARAHASHI 45. Biosynthesis of Ion Channels in Cell-Free and Metabolically Labeled Cell Systems WILLIAM B. THORNHILL AND S. ROCK LEVINSON 592 605 613 620 643 659 CONTENTS OF VOLUMES 195-198, 200-227 xliii S e c t i o n V. R e c o r d i n g of I o n C h a n n e l s of C e l l u l a r O r g a n e l l e s and Microorganisms 46. Patch Clamp Techniques to Study Ion Channels from Organelles BERNHARD U.

BHARUCHA,AND M. R. VEN MURTHY 179 20. Hybrid Selection of mRNA with Biotinylated DNA JAEMOG SOH AND SIDNEY PESTKA 186 S e c t i o n II. E n z y m e s a n d M e t h o d s for C l e a v i n g a n d Manipulating DNA 21. Restriction Enzymes: Properties and Use ASHOK S. BHAGWAT 22. Use of Restriction Endonucleases to Detect and Isolate Genes from Mammalian Cells WENDY A. BICKMOREAND ADRIAN P. BIRD 199 224 lxii CONTENTS OF VOLUMES 195-198, 2 0 0 - 2 2 7 23. Characterization of Type II DNA Methyltransferases DAVID LANDRY, JANET M.

USSERY, ROBERT W. HOEPFNER, AND RICHARD R. lINDEN 242 14. Photofootprinting DNA in Vitro MICHAEL M. BECKER AND GREGORY GROSSMANN 262 15. Mapping Adducts of DNA Structural Probes Using Transcription and Primer Extension Approaches HAN HTUN AND BRIANH. JOHNSTON 16. Enzyme Probes in Vitro FRANZWOHLRAB 272 294 CONTENTS OF VOLUMES 195-198, 200-227 liii S e c t i o n III. A n a l y s i s of DNA S t r u c t u r e i n s i d e Cells 17. Probing of DNA Structure in Ceils with Osmium Textroxide-2,2'-Bipyridine EMIL PALE(~EK 305 18.

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