Re: CCL:structures pro-dna systems

 >From: Tom Connor Bishop <bishop %-% at %-%>
 >i'm trying to compile a list
 >of structures which are known
 >that contain both protein and DNA elements.
 >(i.e pro-DNA binding)
 I suggest you contact the Nucleic Acid Database at Rutgers University.
 The email address for the administrator is
 ndbadmin %-% at %-%  To get started send a message to
 ndblib %-% at %-% with the subject containing "send
 from newsletter".  The subject line must be exactly as written.
 The NDB is also accessible via WWW.  The URL to use in Mosaic is
 Gopher access is through, port 70.
 >a ref. to a review of
 >known protein-DNA x-ray crystal
 Try "Structural Studies of Protein-Nucleic Acid Interaction" by Thomas
 A. Steitz.  it is published by Cambridge University Press.
 						Jeff Nauss
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 From ccl Wed Sep 14 14:38:55 1994
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 Date: Wed, 14 Sep 1994 10:38:55 -0400
 From: Rob Berry <ccl %-% at %-%>
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 To: ccl %-% at %-%
 Subject: This is a test
 This is a test of the emergency broadcast system.  The broadcasters in your
 area, having been coerced by federal, state, and local gangs of thugs who
 think that just because they call themselves governments they are somehow
 entitled to tell us what do at gunpoint, and we're supposed to just roll over
 and take it... uh, where was I?  Oh, yeah.  The broadcasters in your area,
 having been coerced by federal, state, and local authorities, have devised
 this test to make sure you don't screw up during some big emergency and life
 complicated for yourself and the poor sots that have to come in and rescue
 your sorry butt.  At any rate, had this been an actually emergency, it's
 doubtful you'd even be alive right now.  You'd be a poor, pathetic mass of
 quivering protoplasm laying face down in a pool of your own blood.  Paints a
 pretty picture, don't it?  Well, that's why we have the emergency broadcast
 system in the first place, or hadn't you figure that out by now?  And it's
 also why we devised this stinking test, which by the way, is now concluded.