By Alexander Kohn (auth.), Alexander Kohn, Adam Shatkay (eds.)

The OHOLO meetings were convened each year from the Spring of 1956; the extensive parts they've got coated, from diversified and overlapping disciplines, might be noticeable from the next record: 1956 Bacterial Genetics (not released) 1957 Tissue Cultures in Virological study (not released) 1958 Inborn and purchased Resistance to an infection in Animals (not released) 1959 Experimental method of psychological illnesses (not released) 1960 Cryptobiotic levels in organic structures* 1961 Virus-Cell Relationships** 1962 organic Synthesis and serve as of Nucleic Acids** 1963 mobile regulate Mechanism of Macromolecular Synthesis** 1964 Molecular facets of Immunology** 1965 mobile Surfaces** 1966 Chemistry and Biology of Psychotropic brokers (not released) 1967 constitution and Mode of motion of Enzymes** 1968 development and Differentiation of Cells In Vitro** 1969 Behaviour of Animal Cells in Culture** 1970 Microbial Toxins** 1971 interplay of Chemical brokers with Cholinergic Mechanisms** 1972 Immunity in Viral and Rickettsial Diseases*** The contributors who attend those meetings are drawn from dif­ ferent clinical associations in Israel and from many overseas international locations; they're engaged in fields of research which characterize extensively divergent methods to biology. therefore a distinguishing function of the OHOLO conferences has been their multi-disciplinary nature. released through Elsevier Publishing Co. , Amsterdam (1960). * ** released by way of the Israel Institute for organic learn, Ness Ziona. *** released by means of Plenum Press, manhattan (1972). ix PREFACE x those small overseas meetings also are characterised by means of their comfy surroundings, with plentiful time for casual in addition to formal discussions.

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MAZOR (1972). , Hanson, R. L. ). 6hlngton, pp. 247-253. IN VITRO TRANSCRIPTION OF E. S. Beckmann, Sara Sarid, J. Z. Littauer Biochemistry Department, Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot, Israel Transducing phages have proved very useful in studies involving specific bacterial genes carried by the phage DNA; because of their smaller size, the DNA of these phages is highly enriched in specific bacterial genes as compared with the bacterial chromosome and may be used as template for in vitro RNA transcription.

T. DENHARDT (1966). Commun. 23, 641-646. A. COHEN, Z. SILBERSTEIN &Z. MAZOR (1972). , Hanson, R. L. ). 6hlngton, pp. 247-253. IN VITRO TRANSCRIPTION OF E. S. Beckmann, Sara Sarid, J. Z. Littauer Biochemistry Department, Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot, Israel Transducing phages have proved very useful in studies involving specific bacterial genes carried by the phage DNA; because of their smaller size, the DNA of these phages is highly enriched in specific bacterial genes as compared with the bacterial chromosome and may be used as template for in vitro RNA transcription.

The four mRNAs comprise two major long messages initiated at the EL and ER promoters, and two self-terminating short RNA species. 4) Both self-terminating RNAs contain the UUUUUUA-OH 3 ' -terminal sequence. One, designated~, is 80 nucleotides long, transcribed leftward near the ori site (origin of A DNA replication), and is probably involved in the priming of the leftward A DNA 23 W. SZYBALSKI 24 replication. The other is almost 200 nucleotides long, and transcribed rightward in the Q-~-~ region of A.

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