Coordinated Regulation of Gene Expression

  • R. M. Clayton
  • D. E. S. Truman

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Introduction

    1. R. M. Clayton, D. E. S. Truman
      Pages 1-2
  3. Transcriptional Controls

    1. R. M. Clayton, D. E. S. Truman
      Pages 3-5
    2. Albrecht E. Sippel, Joachim Nowock, Manfred Theisen, Uwe Borgmeyer, Ute Strech-Jurk, Conny Bonifer et al.
      Pages 17-31
    3. A. H. Wyllie, R. G. Morris, M. J. Arends, A. E. Watt
      Pages 33-41
  4. Regulation of Gene Expression

    1. R. M. Clayton, D. E. S. Truman
      Pages 43-45
    2. H. C. Hurst, O. Hagenbüchle, U. Schibler, P. H. Shaw, D. L. Cribbs, P. K. Wellauer
      Pages 47-54
    3. Maggi Allan, Paul Montague, G. Joan Grindlay, Zhu Jing-de, John Paul
      Pages 55-65
    4. Martin Ramsden, Miguel Quintanilla, Allan Balmain
      Pages 83-104
    5. Philip J. Byrd, Phillip H. Gallimore
      Pages 131-142
    6. H. Kondoh, S. Hayashi, K. Okazaki, K. Yasuda, T. S. Okada
      Pages 143-147
    7. J. G. Williams, M. M. Bendig, P. J. Mason, J. A. Elkington
      Pages 149-162
    8. David Yaffe, Uri Nudel, Moshe Shani, Danielle Melloul, Batya Aloni, Yitzhak Mayer et al.
      Pages 163-182
  5. Developmental Events at the Cellular Level

    1. R. M. Clayton, D. E. S. Truman
      Pages 193-194
    2. R. M. Clayton
      Pages 195-204
  6. Communications Between Cells and the Construction of Tissues

  7. Evolution of Gene Families and Control Mechanisms

    1. R. M. Clayton, D. E. S. Truman
      Pages 279-280
    2. R. M. Clayton, D. E. S. Truman
      Pages 311-311
    3. R. M. Clayton, D. E. S. Truman
      Pages 313-362
  8. Demonstrations

  9. Back Matter
    Pages 383-391

About this book


The Second Edinburgh International Workshop was held in September, 1984 and took as its topic the coordinated regulation of gene expression. The intention of this series of workshops is to promote exchange of ideas and data between scientists and clinicians whose interests span molecular and cell biology, development and differentiation, oncology, and genetic and developmental pathologies. It is hoped that such interdisciplinary discussions may give rise to fruitful insights. The meetings are structured to give ample time for discussion after each formal presentation and culminate in a session of general discussion which is reported at the end of the volume of proceedings. We are very grateful to the participants, all of whom participated in the discussion and whose contributions were essential to the success of the meeting. Novel ideas were often put forward and explored thoroughly from different angles. We normally expect to achieve quite rapid publication of the proceedings of the meeting and are grateful to authors who produced typescripts of their contributions expeditiously, but, as may sometimes be the case with multi-author works, some contributors had difficulty in meeting schedules for submitting manuscripts or corrections of the text of the discussion, and in one case we have been unable to publish any record of the contribution. Our committment to the publication of the discussion, allowing participants to make corrections to the transcript of the session, such as insertion of references and clarification of oral contributions, has also imposed some delay.


DNA biology cell cell biology development gene gene expression genes oncology regulation transcription

Editors and affiliations

  • R. M. Clayton
    • 1
  • D. E. S. Truman
    • 1
  1. 1.University of EdinburghEdinburghUK

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