Biochemistry Publications

 

Scientists in the Department of Biochemistry have expertise in genome dynamics, epigenetics, and gene expression; human genetics and clinical biochemistry; signal transduction and intracellular communication; macromolecular structure and dynamics; proteomics; and bioinformatics.

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Submissions from 1994

A new missense mutation, Arg719Gln, in the β-cardiac heavy chain myosin gene of patients with familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, M. W. Consevage, G. C. Salada, B. G. Baylen, R. L. Ladda, and P. K. Rogan

Corrigendum: A new missense mutation, Arg719Gln, in the β-cardiac heavy chain myosin gene of patients with familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (Human Molecular Genetics (1994) 3 (1025-1026)), M. W. Consevage, G. C. Salada, B. G. Baylen, R. L. Ladda, and P. K. Rogan

Bloom syndrome and maternal uniparental disomy for chromosome 15, Trevor Woodage, Madhuri Prasad, Joanne W. Dixon, Roslyn E. Selby, Dennis R. Romain, Letizia M. Columbano-Green, David Graham, Peter K. Rogan, James R. Seip, Arabella Smith, and Ronald J. Trent

Submissions from 1992

Introduction. Prader-Willi Syndrome Association Seventh Annual Scientific meeting, R. L. Ladda and P. K. Rogan

Pseudomosaicism trisomy 15 in amniocytes: Concern about the possibility of uniparental disomy in the fetus, M. J. Mascari, P. K. Rogan, L. S. Gannutz, M. P. McCurdy, C. D. Croft, T. R. Lichty, and R. L. Ladda

Mouse models for genomic imprinting and phenotypic features in Prader-Willi and Angelman syndromes, R. D. Nicholls, W. Gottlieb, K. M. Avidano, M. T.C. Jong, B. Horsthemke, L. B. Russell, S. J. Bultman, R. A. Spritz, P. K. Rogan, and E. M. Rinchik

Development of a molecular genetic data base for patients with Prader-Willi syndrome, P. K. Rogan, M. J. Mascari, R. D. Nicholls, and R. L. Ladda

Submissions from 1991

Automatic detection of noisy spots in two-dimensional Southern blots. International Electrophoresis Society Meeting, Washington DC, March 16-19, 1991., P. F. Lemkin and P. K. Rogan

Submissions from 1987

L1 repeat elements in the human ε-(G)γ-globin gene intergenic region: Sequence analysis and concerted evolution within this family, P. K. Rogan, J. Pan, and S. M. Weissman