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    1. Goldstrohm, AC; Greenleaf, AL; Garcia-Blanco, MA
      Co-transcriptional splicing of pre-messenger RNAs: considerations for the mechanism of alternative splicing

      GENE
    2. Chao, SH; Greenleaf, AL; Price, DH
      Juglone, an inhibitor of the peptidyl-prolyl isomerase Pin1, also directlyblocks transcription

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    3. Myers, JK; Morris, DP; Greenleaf, AL; Oas, TG
      Phosphorylation of RNA polymerase IICTD fragments results in tight bindingto the WW domain from the yeast prolyl isomerase Ess1

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Rodriguez, CR; Cho, EJ; Keogh, MC; Moore, CL; Greenleaf, AL; Buratowski, S
      Kin28, the TFIIH-associated carboxy-terminal domain kinase, facilitates the recruitment of mRNA processing machinery to RNA polymerase II

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Carty, SM; Goldstrohm, AC; Sune, C; Garcia-Blanco, MA; Greenleaf, AL
      Protein-interaction modules that organize nuclear function: FF domains of CA150 bind the phosphoCTD of RNA polymerase II

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    6. Morris, DP; Greenleaf, AL
      The splicing factor, Prp40, binds the phosphorylated carboxyl-terminal domain of RNA polymerase II

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Morris, DP; Phatnani, HP; Greenleaf, AL
      Phospho-carboxyl-terminal domain binding and the role of a prolyl isomerase in pre-mRNA 3 '-end formation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. EGYHAZI E; OSSOINAK A; LEE JM; GREENLEAF AL; MAKELA TP; PIGON A
      HEAT-SHOCK-SPECIFIC PHOSPHORYLATION AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY OF RNA-POLYMERASE-II

      Experimental cell research
    9. MORRIS DP; STEVENS RD; GREENLEAF AL
      PROTONATION OF THE NEUTRAL REPEATS OF THE RNA-POLYMERASE-II CTD

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    10. MORRIS DP; LEE JM; STERNER DE; BRICKEY WJ; GREENLEAF AL
      ASSAYING CTD KINASES IN-VITRO AND PHOSPHORYLATION-MODULATED PROPERTIES OF RNA-POLYMERASE-II IN-VIVO

      Methods
    11. LEE JM; GREENLEAF AL
      MODULATION OF RNA-POLYMERASE-II ELONGATION EFFICIENCY BY C-TERMINAL HEPTAPEPTIDE REPEAT DOMAIN KINASE-I

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    12. LI BY; WEBER JA; CHEN Y; GREENLEAF AL; GILMOUR DS
      ANALYSES OF PROMOTER-PROXIMAL PAUSING BY RNA-POLYMERASE-II ON THE HSP70 HEAT-SHOCK GENE PROMOTER IN A DROSOPHILA NUCLEAR EXTRACT

      Molecular and cellular biology
    13. CHEN Y; CHAFIN D; PRICE DH; GREENLEAF AL
      DROSOPHILA RNA-POLYMERASE-II MUTANTS THAT AFFECT TRANSCRIPTION ELONGATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    14. EGYHAZI E; OSSOINAK A; PIGON A; HOLMGREN C; LEE JM; GREENLEAF AL
      PHOSPHORYLATION DEPENDENCE OF THE INITIATION OF PRODUCTIVE TRANSCRIPTION OF BALBIANI RING-2 GENES IN LIVING CELLS

      Chromosoma
    15. EGYHAZI E; OSSOINAK A; PIGON A; LEE JM; GREENLEAF AL
      DIFFERENTIAL INHIBITORY EFFECT OF DRB ON THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITYAND PHOSPHORYLATION OF RNA-POLYMERASE-II IN HEAT-SHOCKED AND NONSHOCKED CELLS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    16. STERNER D; LEE JM; GREENLEAF AL
      YEAST CTD KINASE IS A DIVERGED CDK-CYCLIN COMPLEX THAT FUNCTIONS IN TRANSCRIPTION

      The FASEB journal
    17. STERNER DE; LEE JM; HARDIN SE; GREENLEAF AL
      THE YEAST CARBOXYL-TERMINAL REPEAT DOMAIN KINASE CTDK-I IS A DIVERGENT CYCLIN-CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE COMPLEX

      Molecular and cellular biology
    18. BRICKEY WJ; GREENLEAF AL
      FUNCTIONAL-STUDIES OF THE CARBOXY-TERMINAL REPEAT DOMAIN OF DROSOPHILA RNA-POLYMERASE-II IN-VIVO

      Genetics
    19. WEEKS JR; HARDIN S; SHEN JJ; LEE JM; GREENLEAF AL
      RNA-POLYMERASE-II CTD PHOSPHORYLATION IN-VIVO

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    20. GREENLEAF AL
      POSITIVE PATCHES AND NEGATIVE NOODLES - LINKING RNA PROCESSING TO TRANSCRIPTION

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    21. WEEKS JR; HARDIN SE; SHEN JJ; LEE JM; GREENLEAF AL
      LOCUS-SPECIFIC VARIATION IN PHOSPHORYLATION STATE OF RNA POLYMERASE-II IN-VIVO - CORRELATIONS WITH GENE ACTIVITY AND TRANSCRIPT PROCESSING

      Genes & development
    22. CHEN Y; WEEKS J; MORTIN MA; GREENLEAF AL
      MAPPING MUTATIONS IN GENES ENCODING THE 2 LARGE SUBUNITS OF DROSOPHILA RNA POLYMERASE-II DEFINES DOMAINS ESSENTIAL FOR BASIC TRANSCRIPTION FUNCTIONS AND FOR PROPER EXPRESSION OF DEVELOPMENTAL GENES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    23. GREENLEAF AL
      A POSITIVE ADDITION TO A NEGATIVE TAILS TALE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    24. HAMILTON BJ; MORTIN MA; GREENLEAF AL
      REVERSE GENETICS OF DROSOPHILA RNA-POLYMERASE II - IDENTIFICATION ANDCHARACTERIZATION OF RPII140, THE GENOMIC LOCUS FOR THE 2ND-LARGEST SUBUNIT

      Genetics


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