The purpose of this text is to encourage research on nonhistones and to stimulate the imagination of other investigators whose future efforts might result in new discoveries as to the significance of these proteins.

chapter 1|21 pages

High Mobility Group Proteins: Purification, Properties, and Amino Acid Sequence Comparisons

ByGerald R. Reeck, David C. Teller

chapter 2|17 pages

Studies on the Interactions of HMG-1 and its Homologs with DNA

ByPaul J. Isackson, David J. Cox, David Manning, Gerald R. Reeck

chapter 3|16 pages

Immunobiochemical Studies of the Change in HMG Proteins in Response to Estrogenic Effect

ByChing Sung Teng, Christina T. Teng

chapter 4|18 pages

Phosphorylation of the High Mobility Group Nonhistone Proteins

ByJaswant S. Bhorjee

chapter 5|16 pages

Immunological Studies on the Structure and Function of HMG Proteins

ByMichael Bustin

chapter 6|24 pages

Organization of the Sites for DNA Attachment to the Nonhistone Proteinaceous Nuclear Skeleton

BySergei V. Razin, Victor V. Chernokhvostov, Olga V. Yarovaya, Georgii P. Georgiev

chapter 7|15 pages

The Nuclear Matrix and the Organization of Nuclear DNA

ByBert Vogelstein, Donald Small, Sabina Robinson, Barry Nelkin

chapter 8|19 pages

Nonhistone Proteins and Nuclear Matrix Structures

ByA. Oscar Pogo

chapter 9|14 pages

Nonhistone Proteins in Androgen Action

ByTung Y. Wang

chapter 11|10 pages

Epstein-Barr Virus Nuclear Antigen

ByThomas B. Sculley