Dolph L. Hatfield, Ph.D.


  1. Forrest, H.S., Hatfield, D.L. and van Baalen, C.: Characterization of a second yellow compound from Drosophila melanogasterNature 183: 1269-1270, 1959.


  1. Forrest, H.S., Hatfield, D.L. and Lagowski, J.M.: Uric acid riboside.  Part I.  Isolation and reinvestigation of the structure.  Chem. Soc. 963-968, 1961.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., van Baalen, C. and Forrest, H.S.: Pteridines in blue green algae.  Plant Physiol. 36: 240-243, 1961.


  1. Hatfield, D.L. and Forrest, H.S.: Biosynthesis of 3-ribosyluric acid (uric acid riboside).  Biophys. Acta 62: 185-187, 1962.


  1. Schmid, W. and Hatfield, D.L.: Normal karyotype/translocation mosaic.  Cytogenetics 1: 210-216, 1962.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Rinehart, R.R. and Forrest, H.S.: 3-Ribosyluric acid.  Part II.  Isolation of the corresponding nucleotide from beef blood.  Chem. Soc. 899-902, 1963.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Forrest, H.S. and Wyngaarden, J.B.: Biosynthesis of a new xanthine ribonucleotide by beef erythrocytes.  Biophys. Acta 68: 322-324, 1963.


  1. Hatfield, D.L. and Wyngaarden, J.B.: 3-Ribosyl purines.  Part I.  Synthe­sis of (3-ribosylxanthine) 5′-phosphate and (3-ribosyluric acid) 5′-phosphate by a pyrimidine ribonucleotide pyrophosphorylase of beef eryth­rocytes.  Biol. Chem. 239: 2580-2586, 1964.


  1. Hatfield, D.L. and Wyngaarden, J.B.: 3-Ribosyl purines.  Part II:  Studies on (3-ribosylxanthine) 5′-phosphate and on ribonucleotide derivatives of certain uracil analogues.  Biol. Chem. 239: 2587-2592, 1964.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Greenland, R.A., Stewart, H.L. and Wyngaarden, J.B.: Biosynthesis of a new uric acid ribonucleotide.  Biophys. Acta 91: 163-166, 1964.


  1. Zimmerman, M. and Hatfield, D.L.: Biosynthesis of a 3-N-deoxy-ribosylxan­thine using thymidine phosphorylase.  Biophys. Acta 91: 326-328, 1964.


  1. Hatfield, D.L.: Oligonucleotide-ribosome-AA-sRNA interactions. Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quant. Biol. 31: 919-922, 1966.


  1. Nirenberg, M., Caskey, T., Marshall, R., Brimacombe, R., Kellogg, D., Doctor, B., Hatfield, D.L., Levin, J., Rottman, F., Pestka, S., Wilcox, M. and Anderson, F.: The RNA code and protein synthesis.  Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quant. Biol. 31: 11-24, 1966.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Hofnung, M. and Schwartz, M.: Nonsense mutations in the maltose A region in coliJ. Bacteriol. 98: 559-567, 1969.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Hofnung, M. and Schwartz, M.: Nonsense mutations in the maltose A region of the genetic map of coli. J. Bacteriol. 100: 1311-1315, 1969.


  1. Hatfield, D.L. and Portugal, F.: Seryl-tRNA in mammalian tissues.  Chro­matographic differences in brain and liver and a specific response to the codon, UGA.  Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 67: 1200-1206, 1970.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Portugal, F. and Caicuts, M.: Transfer RNA specificity in mammalian tissues and codon responses of seryl transfer RNA.  Symposium on Transfer RNA and Transfer RNA Modification in Differen­tiation and Neoplasia held at the National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD Oct. 5-7, 1970, and published in Cancer Res. 31: 697-700, 1971.


  1. Hatfield, D.L. and Nirenberg, M.: Binding of radioactive oligonucleotides to ribosomes.  Biochemistry 10: 4318-4323, 1971.


  1. Hofnung, M., Schwartz, M. and Hatfield, D.L.: Complementation in the maltose-A region of the coli K12 genetic map.  J. Mol. Biol. 61: 681-694, 1971.


  1. Hatfield, D.L.: Recognition of nonsense codons in mammalian cells.  Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 69: 3014-3018, 1972.


  1. Hofnung, M., Hatfield, D.L. and Schwartz, M.: Mal B region in coli K12.  Characterization of new mutations.  J. Bacteriol. 117: 40-47, 1974.


  1. Silva, R. and Hatfield, D.L.: Orotate phosphoribosyltranferase:  Orotidy­late decarboxylase (Erythrocyte).  Methods in Enzymology 51: 143-154, 1978.


  1. Hatfield, D.L. and Rice, M.: Patterns of codon recognition by isoacceptor aminoacyl-tRNAs from wheat germ.  Acids Res. 5: 3491-3502, 1978.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Rice, M. and Hoffman, E.: Patterns of codon recognition by isoacceptor aminoacyl-tRNAs from hymenoptera.  Biophys. Res. Commun. 85: 436-444, 1978.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Matthews, C. and Rice, M.: Aminoacyl-tRNA popula­tions in mammalian Cells:  Chromatographic profiles and patterns of codon recognition.  Biophys. Acta 564: 414-423, 1979.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Richer, L., Lyon, J. and Rice, M.: Relative utiliza­tion of mammalian Lys-tRNA isoacceptors in protein synthesis.  FEBS Letters 113: 249-252, 1980.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Rice, M. and Mushinski, J.: Comparison of the codon recognition properties and of the utilization of normal and tumor specific Phe-tRNAs in protein synthesis.  Cancer Lett. 12: 251-258, 1981.


  1. Wilson, M., Hatfield, D.L. and Poirier, L.: Aminoacylation of ethionine to rat liver tRNAMet and its incorporation into protein.  FEBS Letters 128: 157-160, 1981.


  1. Smith, D.W.E., McNamara, A., Rice, M. and Hatfield, D.L.: The effects of a post-transcriptional modification on the function of tRNALys isoaccepting species in translation.  Biol. Chem. 256: 10033-10036, 1981.


  1. Diamond, A., Dudock, B. and Hatfield, D.L.: Structure and properties of a bovine liver UGA suppressor serine tRNA with a tryptophan anticodon.  Cell 25: 497-506, 1981.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Varricchio, F., Rice, M. and Forget, B.: The amino-acyl-tRNA population of human reticulocytes.  Biol. Chem. 257: 3183-3188, 1982.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Rice, M., Hession, C. and Melera, P.: Aminoacyl-tRNAs from Physarum polycephalum:  Patterns of codon recognition.  Bacteriol. 151: 1013-1021, 1982.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Diamond, A. and Dudock, B.: Opal suppressor serine tRNAs from bovine liver form phosphosery1-tRNA.  Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 79: 6215-6219, 1982.


  1. Hatfield, D.L., Dudock, B. and Eden, F.: Characterization and nucleotide sequence of a chicken gene encoding an opal suppressor tRNA and its flanking DNA segments.  Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 80: 4940-4944, 1983.


  1. Wilson, M.J. and Hatfield, D.L.: Incorporation of modified amino acids into protein in vivo Biophys. Acta 781: 205-215, 1984.


  1. Smith, D.W.E., McNamara, A., Mushinski, J. and Hatfield, D.L.: Tumor-specific, hypomodified phenylalanyl-tRNA is utilized in translation in preference to the fully modified isoacceptor of normal cells.  Biol. Chem. 260: 147-151, 1985.


  1. O’Neill, V., Eden, F., Pratt, K. and Hatfield, D.L.: A human suppressor tRNA gene and pseudogene.  Biol. Chem. 260: 2501-2508, 1985.


  1. Green, M.R., Hatfield, D.L., Miller, M.J. and Peacock, A.C.: Prolactin homogeneously induces the tRNA population of mouse mammary explants.  Biophys. Res. Commun. 129: 233-239, 1985.


  1. Hatfield, D.L.: Suppression of termination codons in higher eukaryotes.  Trends Biochem. Sci. 10: 201-204, 1985.


  1. Pratt, K., Eden, F.C., You, K., O’Neill, V. and Hatfield, D.L.: Con­served sequences in both coding and 5′ flanking regions of mammalian opal suppressor tRNA genes. Acids Res. 13: 4765-4775, 1985.


  1. Smith, D.W.E. and Hatfield, D.L.: Effects of post-transcriptional base modifications on the site-specific function of transfer RNA in eukaryotic translation.  Mol. Biol. 189: 663-671, 1986.


  1. Hatfield, D. and Rice, M.: Aminoacyl-tRNA (anticodon):  codon adaptation in human and rabbit reticulocytes.  Internatl. 13: 835-842, 1986.


  1. McBride, O.W., Rajagopalan, M., and Hatfield, D.L.: Opal suppressor phosphoserine tRNA gene and pseudogene are located on human chromosomes 19 and 22, respectively. Biol. Chem. 262: 11163-11166, 1987.


  1. Lee, B.J., de la Pena, P., Tobian, J.A., Zasloff, M. and Hatfield, D.L.: Unique pathway of expression of an opal suppressor phospho­serine tRNA.  Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 84: 6384-6388, 1987.


  1. Hatfield, D., Thorgeirsson, S.S., Copeland, T.D., Oroszlan, S., and Bustin, M.: Immunopurification of the suppressor tRNA dependent rabbit β-globin readthrough protein.  Biochemistry 27: 1179-1183, 1988.


  1. McBride, O.W., Mitchell, A., Lee, B.J., Mullenbach, G. and Hatfield, D.L.: Glutathione peroxidase gene maps to human chromosomes 3, 21, and X.  BioFactors 1: 285-292, 1988.


  1. Feng, Y-X., Hatfield, D.L., Rein, A. and Levin, J.G.: Translational readthrough of the murine leukemia virus gag gene amber codon does not require virus-induced alteration of tRNA.  Virol. 63: 2405-2410, 1989.


  1. Feng, Y-X, Levin, J.G., Hatfield, D.L., Schaefer, T.S., Gorelick, R.J. and Rein, A.: Suppression of UAA and UGA termination codons in mutant murine leukemia viruses.  Virol. 63: 2870-2873, 1989.


  1. Lee, B.J., Kang, S.K. and Hatfield, D.: Transcription of Xenopus seleno­cysteine tRNASer (formerly designated opal suppressor phosphoserine tRNA) is directed by multiple 5′ extragenic regulatory elements.  Biol. Chem. 264: 9696-9702, 1989.


  1. Lee, B.J., Worland, P.J., Davis, J. N., Stadtman, T.C. and Hatfield, D.L.: Identification of a selenocysteyl-tRNASer in mammalian cells which recognizes the nonsense codon, UGA.  Biol. Chem. 264: 9724-9727, 1989.