This collection showcases the journal articles and other publications authored by researchers in the lab headed by principal investigators Gary S. Stein, Janet L. Stein, Jane B. Lian, and Andre J. van Wijnen, in the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The Stein Lian lab relocated to the University of Vermont. Andre J. van Wijnen relocated to the Mayo Clinic.

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Publications from 1976

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Role of nonhistone chromosomal proteins in the regulation of histone gene expression, Gary S. Stein, Janet L. Stein, Lewis J. Kleinsmith, Judith A. Thomson, W. D. Park, and R. L. Jansing (Cancer research)

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Effect of histones and nonhistone chromosomal proteins on the transcription of histone genes from HeLaS3 cell DNA, Janet L. Stein, Keith A. Reed, and Gary S. Stein (Biochemistry)

Publications from 1975

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Chromosomal proteins of Phycomyces blakesleeanus, R. J. Cohen and Gary S. Stein (Experimental cell research)

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Effects of selected sulfhydryl inhibitors on nonhistone chromosomal proteins of HeLa cells, F. E. Knock, Gary S. Stein, Jeudi Davis, R. M. Galt, Y. T. Oester, and R. Sylvester (Oncology)

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Properties of the genome in normal and SV40 transformed WI38 human diploid fibroblasts. I. Composition and metabolism of nonhistone chromosomal proteins, M. O. Krause, Lewis J. Kleinsmith, and Gary S. Stein (Experimental cell research)

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Properties of the genome in normal and SV-40 transformed WI-38 human diploid fibroblasts. III. Turnover of nonhisone chromosomal proteins and their phosphate groups, M. O. Krause, Lewis J. Kleinsmith, and Gary S. Stein (Life sciences)

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Properties of the genome in normal and SV40 transformed WI38 human diploid fibroblasts. II. Metabolism and binding of histones, M. O. Krause and Gary S. Stein (Experimental cell research)

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Stimulated phosphorylation of non-histone phosphoproteins in SV-40 transformed WI-38 human diploid fibroblasts, D. E. Pumo, Gary S. Stein, and Lewis J. Kleinsmith (Biochimica et biophysica acta)

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Gene activation in human diploid cells. Age-dependent modifications in the stability of messenger RNAs for nonhistone chromosomal proteins, Gary S. Stein and D. L. Burtner (Biochimica et biophysica acta)

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Evidence for fidelity of chromatin reconstitution, Gary S. Stein, R. J. Mans, E. J. Gabbay, Janet L. Stein, Jeudi Davis, and P. W. Adawadkar (Biochemistry)

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Cell cycle stage-specific transcription of histone genes, Gary S. Stein, W. D. Park, C. L. Thrall, R. J. Mans, and Janet L. Stein (Biochemical and biophysical research communications)

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Are glycoproteins and glycosaminoglycans components of the eukaryotic genome, Gary S. Stein, R. M. Roberts, J. L. Davis, W. J. Head, Janet L. Stein, C. L. Thrall, J. Van Veen, and D. W. Welch (Nature)

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Chromosomal proteins and gene regulation, Gary S. Stein, Janet L. Stein, and Lewis J. Kleinsmith (Scientific American)

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Hybridization analysis of histone messenger RNA: association with polyribosomes during the cell cycle, Janet L. Stein, C. L. Thrall, W. D. Park, R. J. Mans, and Gary S. Stein (Science (New York, N.Y.))

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Gene expression in mouse neuroblastoma cells: properties of the genome, Michelle S. Zornetzer and Gary S. Stein (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America)

Publications from 1974

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Modifications in the chromosomal proteins of SV-40 transformed WI-38 human diploid fibroblasts, M. O. Krause and Gary S. Stein (Biochemical and biophysical research communications)

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Reactivity of thymine to gamma rays in HeLa chromatin and nucleoprotein preparations, Joseph A. Roti Roti, Gary S. Stein, and Peter A. Cerutti (Biochemistry)

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Utilization of pre-existing messenger RNAs for nonhistone chromosomal protein synthesis in WI-38 human diploid fibroblasts, Gary S. Stein and D. L. Burtner (Experimental cell research)

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Properties of the genome in experimental hepatomas: variations in the composition of chromatin, Gary S. Stein, Wayne E. Criss, and Harold P. Morris (Life sciences)

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Acidic nuclear protein synthesis in Rous Sarcoma virus infected chick embryo fibroblasts, Gary S. Stein, G. Moscovici, C. Moscovici, and M. Mons (FEBS letters)

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Nonhistone chromosomal proteins and gene regulation, Gary S. Stein, Thomas C. Spelsberg, and Lewis J. Kleinsmith (Science (New York, N.Y.))

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In vitro synthesis of DNA complementary to polyadenylated histone messenger RNA, C. L. Thrall, W. D. Park, H. W. Rashba, Janet L. Stein, R. J. Mans, and Gary S. Stein (Biochemical and biophysical research communications)

Publications from 1973

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Nonhistone chromosomal protein synthesis: utilization of preexisting and newly transcribed messenger RNA's, Gary S. Stein and David E. Matthews (Science (New York, N.Y.))

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Evidence for the presence of nonhistone chromosomal proteins in the nucleoplasm of HeLa S 3 cells, Gary S. Stein and C. L. Thrall (FEBS letters)

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Uncoupling of nonhistone chromosomal protein synthesis and DNA replication in human diploid WI-38 fibroblasts, Gary S. Stein and C. L. Thrall (FEBS letters)

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Age-dependent changes in the structure and function of mammalian chromatin. I. Variations in chromatin template activity, Gary S. Stein, Polly L. Wang, and R. C. Adelman (Experimental gerontology)