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    1. Sooter, LJ; Riedel, T; Davidson, EA; Levy, M; Cox, JC; Ellington, AD
      Toward automated nucleic acid enzyme selection

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    2. Robertson, MP; Hesselberth, JR; Ellington, AD
      Optimization and optimality of a short ribozyme ligase that joins non-Watson-Crick base pairings

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    3. Robertson, MP; Ellington, AD
      In vitro selection of nucleoprotein enzymes

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    4. Hoffman, D; Hesselberth, J; Ellington, AD
      Switching nucleic acids for antibodies

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    5. Levy, M; Ellington, AD
      The descent of polymerization

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    6. Christian, NP; Reilly, JP; Mokler, VR; Wincott, FE; Ellington, AD
      Elucidation of the initial step of oligonucleotide fragmentation in matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization using modified nucleic acids

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MASS SPECTROMETRY
    7. Cox, JC; Ellington, AD
      Automated selection of anti-protein aptamers

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Levy, M; Ellington, AD
      Selection of deoxyribozyme ligases that catalyze the formation of an unnatural internucleotide linkage

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Cox, JC; Ellington, AD
      DNA computation

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    10. Levy, M; Ellington, AD
      RNA world: Catalysis abets binding, but not vice versa

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    11. Matsumura, I; Olsen, MJ; Ellington, AD
      Optimization of heterologous gene expression for in vitro evolution

      BIOTECHNIQUES
    12. Matsumura, I; Ellington, AD
      In vitro evolution of beta-glucuronidase into a beta-galactosidase proceeds through non-specific intermediates

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Bacher, JM; Ellington, AD
      Selection and characterization of Escherichia coli variants capable of growth on an otherwise toxic tryptophan analogue

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    14. Maurer, TD; Kraft, BJ; Lato, SM; Ellington, AD; Zaleski, JM
      Photoactivated DNA cleavage via charge transfer promoted N-2 release from tris[3-hydroxy-1,2,3-benzotriazine-4(3H)-one]iron(III)

      CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS
    15. Ellington, AD; Khrapov, M; Shaw, CA
      The scene of a frozen accident

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    16. Jhaveri, S; Rajendran, M; Ellington, AD
      In vitro selection of signaling aptamers

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    17. Robertson, MP; Ellington, AD
      Design and optimization of effector-activated ribozyme ligases

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    18. Marshall, KA; Ellington, AD
      In vitro selection of RNA aptamers

      RNA-LIGAND INTERACTIONS, PART B
    19. Hesselberth, JR; Miller, D; Robertus, J; Ellington, AD
      In vitro selection of RNA molecules that inhibit the activity of ricin A-chain

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Hirao, I; Madin, K; Endo, Y; Yokoyama, S; Ellington, AD
      RNA aptamers that bind to and inhibit the ribosome-inactivating protein, pepocin

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    21. Jhaveri, SD; Kirby, R; Conrad, R; Maglott, EJ; Bowser, M; Kennedy, RT; Glick, G; Ellington, AD
      Designed signaling aptamers that transduce molecular recognition to changes in fluorescence intensity

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    22. Kauffman, S; Ellington, AD
      Thinking combinatorially

      CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
    23. Eppley, HJ; Sato, SM; Ellington, AD; Zaleski, JM
      Transition metal Kinamycin model as a DNA photocleaver for hypoxic environments: bis(9-diazo-4,5-diazafluorene)copper(II) nitrate

      CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS
    24. Matsumura, I; Wallingford, JB; Surana, NK; Vize, PD; Ellington, AD
      Directed evolution of the surface chemistry of the reporter enzyme beta-glucuronidase

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    25. Robertson, MP; Ellington, AD
      In vitro selection of an allosteric ribozyme that transduces analytes to amplicons

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    26. Marshall, KA; Ellington, AD
      Training ribozymes to switch

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    27. Matsumura, I; Ellington, AD
      In vitro evolution of thermostable p53 variants

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    28. James, KD; Ellington, AD
      The fidelity of template-directed oligonucleotide ligation and the inevitability of polymerase function

      ORIGINS OF LIFE AND EVOLUTION OF THE BIOSPHERE
    29. Cox, JC; Cohen, DS; Ellington, AD
      The complexities of DNA computation

      TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    30. Baskerville, S; Zapp, M; Ellington, AD
      Anti-Rex aptamers as mimics of the Rex-binding element

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    31. Symensma, TL; Baskerville, S; Yan, A; Ellington, AD
      Polyvalent Rev decoys act as artificial Rev-responsive elements

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    32. Marshall, KA; Ellington, AD
      Molecular parasites that evolve longer genomes

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    33. Ellington, AD
      Molecular origins and the null hypothesis: Motifs from our maker?

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    34. Zidek, L; Stone, MJ; Lato, SM; Pagel, MD; Miao, ZS; Ellington, AD; Novotny, MV
      NMR mapping of the recombinant mouse major urinary protein I binding site occupied by the pheromone 2-sec-butyl-4,5-dihydrothiazole

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    35. Arnold, RJ; Karty, JA; Ellington, AD; Reilly, JP
      Monitoring the growth of a bacteria culture by MALDI-MS of whole cells

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    36. Cox, JC; Rudolph, P; Ellington, AD
      Automated RNA selection

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    37. Hirao, I; Spingola, M; Peabody, D; Ellington, AD
      The limits of specificity: An experimental analysis with RNA aptamers to MS2 coat protein variants

      MOLECULAR DIVERSITY
    38. BACHER JM; ELLINGTON AD
      NUCLEIC-ACID SELECTION AS A TOOL FOR DRUG DISCOVERY

      Drug discovery today
    39. CONVERY MA; ROWSELL S; STONEHOUSE NJ; ELLINGTON AD; HIRAO I; MURRAY JB; PEABODY DS; PHILLIPS SEV; STOCKLEY PG
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF AN RNA APTAMER PROTEIN COMPLEX AT 2.8 ANGSTROM RESOLUTION

      Nature structural biology
    40. ROWSELL S; STONEHOUSE NJ; CONVERY MA; ADAMS CJ; ELLINGTON AD; HIRAO I; PEABODY DS; STOCKLEY PG; PHILLIPS SEV
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURES OF A SERIES OF RNA APTAMERS COMPLEXED TO THE SAME PROTEIN TARGET

      Nature structural biology
    41. JHAVERI S; OLWIN B; ELLINGTON AD
      IN-VITRO SELECTION OF PHOSPHOROTHIOLATED APTAMERS

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    42. JAMES KD; BOLES AR; HENCKEL D; ELLINGTON AD
      THE FIDELITY OF TEMPLATE-DIRECTED OLIGONUCLEOTIDE LIGATION AND ITS RELEVANCE TO DNA COMPUTATION

      Nucleic acids research
    43. JAMES KD; ELLINGTON AD
      THE USE OF ALUMINUM-CHLORIDE FOR REMOVAL OF BOC GROUPS ON 5'-AMINO-2',5'-DIDEOXYOLIGONUCLEOTIDES DURING SOLID-PHASE SYNTHESIS

      Tetrahedron letters
    44. ROBERTSON MP; ELLINGTON AD
      RIBOZYMES - HOW TO MAKE A NUCLEOTIDE

      Nature
    45. ROBERTSON MP; ELLINGTON AD
      ROUTES TO THE GLYCOSIDIC BOND

      Nature
    46. BELL SD; DENU JM; DIXON JE; ELLINGTON AD
      RNA MOLECULES THAT BIND TO AND INHIBIT THE ACTIVE-SITE OF A TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    47. POTYRAILO RA; CONRAD RC; ELLINGTON AD; HIEFTJE GM
      ADAPTING SELECTED NUCLEIC-ACID LIGANDS (APTAMERS) TO BIOSENSORS

      Analytical chemistry (Washington)
    48. VALENTINE SJ; ANDERSON JG; ELLINGTON AD; CLEMMER DE
      DISULFIDE-INTACT AND DISULFIDE-REDUCED LYSOZYME IN THE GAS-PHASE - CONFORMATIONS AND PATHWAYS OF FOLDING AND UNFOLDING

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    49. OSBORNE SE; MATSUMURA I; ELLINGTON AD
      APTAMERS AS THERAPEUTIC AND DIAGNOSTIC REAGENTS - PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

      CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
    50. JAMES KD; ELLINGTON AD
      SURPRISING FIDELITY OF TEMPLATE-DIRECTED CHEMICAL LIGATION OF OLIGONUCLEOTIDES

      Chemistry & biology
    51. MARSHALL KA; ROBERTSON MP; ELLINGTON AD
      A BIOPOLYMER BY ANY OTHER NAME WOULD BIND AS WELL - A COMPARISON OF THE LIGAND-BINDING POCKETS OF NUCLEIC-ACIDS AND PROTEINS

      Structure
    52. ROBERTSON MP; ELLINGTON AD
      RIBOZYMES - RED IN TOOTH AND CLAW

      Current biology
    53. JAMES KD; VONKIEDROWSKI G; ELLINGTON AD
      INCORPORATION OF -BOC-2',5'-DIDEOXYNUCLEOSIDE-3'-O-PHOSPHORAMIDITES INTO OLIGONUCLEOTIDES BY AUTOMATED SYNTHESIS

      Nucleosides & nucleotides
    54. BURMEISTER J; VONKIEDROWSKI G; ELLINGTON AD
      COFACTOR-ASSISTED SELF-CLEAVAGE IN DNA LIBRARIES WITH A 3'-5'-PHOSPHORAMIDATE BOND

      Angewandte Chemie, International Edition in English
    55. ELLINGTON AD; ROBERTSON MP; BULL J
      IN-VITRO EVOLUTION - RIBOZYMES IN WONDERLAND

      Science
    56. CONRAD RC; SYMENSMA TL; ELLINGTON AD
      NATURAL AND UNNATURAL ANSWERS TO EVOLUTIONARY QUESTIONS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    57. OSBORNE SE; ELLINGTON AD
      NUCLEIC-ACID SELECTION AND THE CHALLENGE OF COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY

      Chemical reviews
    58. HOAGLUND CS; LIU YS; ELLINGTON AD; PAGEL M; CLEMMER DE
      GAS-PHASE DNA - OLIGOTHYMIDINE ION CONFORMERS

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    59. LATO SM; ELLINGTON AD
      SCREENING CHEMICAL LIBRARIES FOR NUCLEIC-ACID-BINDING DRUGS BY IN-VITRO SELECTION - A TEST-CASE WITH LIVIDOMYCIN

      Molecular diversity
    60. SRINIVASAN J; LECLERC F; XU W; ELLINGTON AD; CEDERGREN R
      A DOCKING AND MODELING STRATEGY FOR PEPTIDE-RNA COMPLEXES - APPLICATIONS TO BIV TAT-TAR AND HIV REV-RBE

      Folding & design
    61. MATSUMURA I; ELLINGTON AD
      DNA SHUFFLING BRIGHTENS PROSPECTS FOR GFP

      Nature biotechnology
    62. ELLINGTON AD; LECLERC F; CEDERGREN R
      AN RNA GROOVE

      Nature structural biology
    63. YE XM; GORIN A; ELLINGTON AD; PATEL DJ
      DEEP PENETRATION OF AN ALPHA-HELIX INTO A WIDENED RNA MAJOR GROOVE INTHE HIV-1 REV PEPTIDE-RNA APTAMER COMPLEX

      Nature structural biology
    64. ROZEN DE; MCGREW S; ELLINGTON AD
      MOLECULAR COMPUTING - DOES DNA COMPUTE

      Current biology
    65. OSBORNE SE; ELLINGTON AD
      INCORPORATING DISULFIDE CROSS-LINKS AT THE TERMINUS OF OLIGONUCLEOTIDES VIA SOLID-PHASE NUCLEIC-ACID SYNTHESIS

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    66. UPHOFF KW; BELL SD; ELLINGTON AD
      IN-VITRO SELECTION OF APTAMERS - THE DEARTH OF PURE REASON

      Current opinion in structural biology
    67. CHRISTIAN NP; GIVER L; ELLINGTON AD; REILLY JP
      EFFECTS OF MATRIX VARIATIONS AND THE PRESENCE OF IRON ON MATRIX-ASSISTED LASER DESORPTION IONIZATION MASS-SPECTRA OF DNA/

      Rapid communications in mass spectrometry
    68. XU W; ELLINGTON AD
      ANTIPEPTIDE APTAMERS RECOGNIZE AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE AND BIND A PROTEINEPITOPE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    69. SYMENSMA TL; GIVER L; ZAPP M; TAKLE GB; ELLINGTON AD
      RNA APTAMERS SELECTED TO BIND HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REVIN-VITRO ARE REV RESPONSIVE IN-VIVO

      Journal of virology
    70. SOUKUP GA; ELLINGTON AD; MAHER LJ
      SELECTION OF RNAS THAT BIND TO DUPLEX DNA AT NEUTRAL PH

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    71. NELSON JS; GIVER L; ELLINGTON AD; LETSINGER RL
      INCORPORATION OF A NON-NUCLEOTIDE BRIDGE INTO HAIRPIN OLIGONUCLEOTIDES CAPABLE OF HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING TO THE REV PROTEIN OF HIV-1

      Biochemistry
    72. CONRAD R; ELLINGTON AD
      DETECTING IMMOBILIZED PROTEIN-KINASE-C ISOZYMES WITH RNA APTAMERS

      Analytical biochemistry
    73. CONRAD RC; BASKERVILLE S; ELLINGTON AD
      IN-VITRO SELECTION METHODOLOGIES TO PROBE RNA FUNCTION AND STRUCTURE

      Molecular diversity
    74. TIAN Y; ADYA N; WAGNER S; GIAM CZ; GREEN MR; ELLINGTON AD
      DISSECTING PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS BETWEEN TRANSCRIPTION FACTORSWITH AN RNA APTAMER

      RNA
    75. LATO SM; BOLES AR; ELLINGTON AD
      IN-VITRO SELECTION OF RNA LECTINS - USING COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY TO INTERPRET RIBOZYME EVOLUTION

      Chemistry & biology
    76. HIRAO I; ELLINGTON AD
      RECREATING THE RNA WORLD

      Current biology
    77. BASKERVILLE S; ELLINGTON AD
      RNA STRUCTURE - DESCRIBING THE ELEPHANT

      Current biology
    78. CHRISTIAN NP; COLBY SM; GIVER E; HOUSTON CT; ARNOLD RJ; ELLINGTON AD; REILLY JP
      HIGH-RESOLUTION MATRIX-ASSISTED LASER-DESORPTION IONIZATION TIME-OF-FLIGHT ANALYSIS OF SINGLE-STRANDED-DNA OF 27 TO 68 NUCLEOTIDES IN LENGTH

      Rapid communications in mass spectrometry
    79. KUMAR PKR; ELLINGTON AD
      ARTIFICIAL EVOLUTION AND NATURAL RIBOZYMES

      The FASEB journal
    80. KUMAR PKR; LAI M; ELLINGTON AD
      IN-VITRO SELECTION OF APTAMERS THAT CAN SPECIFICALLY BIND THE HDV ANTIGEN

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    81. JAMES KD; ELLINGTON AD
      THE SEARCH FOR MISSING LINKS BETWEEN SELF-REPLICATING NUCLEIC-ACIDS AND THE RNA WORLD

      Origins of life and evolution of the biosphere
    82. BASKERVILLE S; ZAPP M; ELLINGTON AD
      HIGH-RESOLUTION MAPPING OF THE HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1 REX-BINDING ELEMENT BY IN-VITRO SELECTION

      Journal of virology
    83. LECLERC F; CEDERGREN R; ELLINGTON AD
      A 3-DIMENSIONAL MODEL OF THE REV-BINDING ELEMENT OF HIV-1 DERIVED FROM ANALYSES OF APTAMERS

      Nature structural biology
    84. ELLINGTON AD
      RNA SELECTION - APTAMERS ACHIEVE THE DESIRED RECOGNITION

      Current biology
    85. ELLINGTON AD; GIVER LJ; BASKERVILLE DS; KUMAR PKR; LECLERC F; CEDERGREN R; ZAPP M
      SELECTING APTAMERS FOR NUCLEIC-ACID BINDING-PROTEINS - A CALL TO ARMS

      The FASEB journal
    86. ELLINGTON AD
      USING IN-VITRO NUCLEIC-ACID SELECTIONS FOR CONVENTIONAL DRUG DESIGN

      Drug development research
    87. CONRAD R; KERANEN LM; ELLINGTON AD; NEWTON AC
      ISOZYME-SPECIFIC INHIBITION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C BY RNA APTAMERS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    88. ELLINGTON AD
      EMPIRICAL EXPLORATIONS OF SEQUENCE SPACE - HOST-GUEST CHEMISTRY IN THE RNA WORLD

      Berichte der Bunsengesellschaft fur Physikalische Chemie
    89. ELLINGTON AD
      RNA LIGANDS - OUT OF SHAPE BUT FIT FOR RECOGNITION

      Current biology
    90. GIVER L; BARTEL DP; ZAPP ML; GREEN MR; ELLINGTON AD
      SELECTION AND DESIGN OF HIGH-AFFINITY RNA LIGANDS FOR HIV-1 REV

      Gene
    91. GIVER L; BARTEL D; ZAPP M; PAWUL A; GREEN M; ELLINGTON AD
      SELECTIVE OPTIMIZATION OF THE REV-BINDING ELEMENT OF HIV-1

      Nucleic acids research


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