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Mobile DNA by Nancy L. Craig
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Reviews currently studied mobile DNA elements of many types.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents I. Introduction to Mobile DNAs: What They Are, Their Cellular Roles, How They Move, and How to Exploit Them 1. Mobile DNA: an Introduction, Nancy L. Craig 2. Chemical Mechanisms for Mobilizing DNA, Kiyoshi Mizuuchi and Tania A. Baker 3. Putting Mobile DNA to Work: the Toolbox, Jef D. Boeke 4. Chromosome Manipulation by Cre-lox Recombination, Brian Sauer 5. Transposable Elements as Sources of Genomic Variation, Margaret G. Kidwell and Damon R. Lisch II. Conservative Site-Specific Recombination: Rearrangements That Involve Covalent Protein-DNA Intermediates 6. A Structural View of Tyrosine Recombinase Site-Specific Recombination, Gregory D. Van Duyne 7. l Integrase and the l Int Family, Marco A. Azaro and Arthur Landy 8. Xer Site-Specific Recombination: Promoting Chromosome Segregation: Francois-Xavier Barre and David J. Sheratt 9. Gene Acquisition in Bacteria by Integron-Mediated Site-Specific Recombination, Gavin D. Recchia and David J. Sherratt 10. Conjugative Transposons and Related Mobile Elements, Gordon Churchward 11. Site-Specific Recombination by the Flp Protein of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Makkuni Jayaram, Ian Grainge, and Gena Tribble 12. Theme and Variation in Tyrosine Recombinases: Structure of a Flp-DNA Complex, Nigel D.F. Grindley III. Recombination via Direct Transesterifications: Transposition Reactions That Involve Only DNA Intermediates 15. Insertion Sequences Revisted, Michael Chandler and Jacques Mahillon 16. Transposition of IS 911, P. Rosseau, C. Normand, C. Loot, C. Turlan, R. Alazard, G. Dula-Valentin, and M. Chandler 17. Transpoisition of Phage Mu DNA, George Chaconas and Rasika M. Harshey 18. Tn5 Transpoition, William S. Reznikoff 19. Tn7, Nancy Craig 20. Transposon Tn 10, David B. Haniford 21. P Transposable Elements in Drosophila melanogaster, Donald C. Rio 22. The Tc1/mariner Family of Transposable Elements, Ronald H.A. Plasterk and Henri G.A.M. van Luenen 23. MuDR/Mu Transposable Elements of Maize, Virginia Walbot and George N. Rudenko 24. The hAT and CACTA Superfamilies of Planet Transposons, Reinhard Kunze and Clifford F. Weil IV. Recombination via Direct Transesterifications: Transposition Reactions That Involve RNA and DNA Intermediates 25. Retroviral DNA Integration, Robert Craigie 26. Ty1 and Ty5 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Daniel F. Voytas and Jef D. Boeke 27. Ty3: a Position-Specific, Gypsy-Like Element in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Suzanne B. Sandmeyer, Michael Aye, and Thomas Menees 28. Newly Identified Retrotransposons of the Ty3/gypsy Class in Fungi, Plants, and Vertebrates, Henry L. Levin V. Gene Assembly by Recombination 29. V(D)J Recombination, Martin Gellert 30. Genome-Wide Rearrangements of DNA in Ciliates, Meng-Chao Yao, Sandra Duharcourt, and Douglas L. Chalker VI. Non-Long Terminal Repeat Elements: Target-Primed Reverse Transcription 31. Mobile Introns: Pathways and Proteins, Marlene Belfort, Victoria Derbyshire, Monica M. Parker, Benoit Cousineau, and Alan M. Lambowitz 32. Retrons, Kunitoshi Yamanaka, Tadashi Shimamoto, Sumiko Inouye, and Masayouri Inouye 33. I Elements in Drosophila melanogaster, Alain Bucheton, Isabelle Busseau, and Danielle Teninges 34. R2 and Related Site-Specific Non-Long Terminal Repeat Retrotransposons, Thomas H. Eickbush 35. Mammalian LINE-1 Retrotransposons and Related Elements, John V. Moran and Nicolas Gilbert 36. Telomeres and Transposable Elements, Mary-Lou Pardue and P.G. DeBaryshe VII. Other Mobile DNAs 37. IS91 Rolling-Circle Transposition, M. Pilar Garcillan-Barcia, Irantzu Bernales, M. Victoria Mendiola, and Fernando de la Cruz 38. Adeno-Associated Virus, Richard H. Smith, Jr., and Robert M. Kotin VIII. Transfer of Information Via Gene Conversions 39. Switching of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Mating-Type Genes, James E. Haber 40. Antigenic Variation in Eukaryotic Parasites, Piet Borst 41. Antigenic Variation by Relapsing Fever Borrelia Species and Other Bacterial Pathogens, Alan Barbour IX. Genomes and Mobile DNAs 42. Control of Mobile DNA, Nina Fedoroff 43. Interactions between Transposable Elements and the Host Genome, Mariano Labrador and Victor G. Corces 44. Eubacterial Genomes, Allan Campbell 45. Mobile Genetic Elements and Bacterial Pathogenesis, Brigid M. Davisand Matthew K. Waldor 46. Archael Mobile DNA, Peter Redder, David Faguy, Kim Brugger, Qunxin She, and Roger A. Garrett 47. Mobile Elements in Animal and Plant Genomes, Prescott L. Deininger and Astrid M. Roy-Engel 48. Evolution of DNA Transposons in Eukaryotes, Hugh M. Robertson 49. Origins and Evolution of Retrotransposons, Thomas H. Eickbush and Harmit S. Malik X. Newly Discovered Transposon Families 50. Miniature Inverted-Repeat Transposable Elements and Their Relationship to Established DNA Transposons, Cedrin Feschotte, Xiaoyu Zhang, and Susan R. Wessler
Release date NZ
March 28th, 2002
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
American Society for Microbiology
Pages
1254
Dimensions
279x216x63
ISBN-13
9781555812096
Product ID
3088562

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