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    1. Berglund, JA; Rosbash, M; Schultz, SC
      Crystal structure of a model branchpoint-U2 snRNA duplex containing bulgedadenosines

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    2. Du, H; Rosbash, M
      Yeast U1 snRNP-pre-mRNA complex formation without U1snRNA-pre-mRNA base pairing

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    3. Jensen, TH; Patricio, K; McCarthy, T; Rosbash, M
      A block to mRNA nuclear export in S. cerevisiae leads to hyperadenylation of transcripts that accumulate at the site of transcription

      MOLECULAR CELL
    4. Zhang, D; Abovich, N; Rosbash, M
      A biochemical function for the Sm complex

      MOLECULAR CELL
    5. Jensen, TH; Boulay, J; Rosbash, M; Libri, D
      The DECD box putative ATPase Sub2p is an early mRNA export factor

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    6. McDonald, MJ; Rosbash, M; Emery, P
      Wild-type circadian rhythmicity is dependent on closely spaced E boxes in the Drosophila timeless promoter

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    7. Peled-Zehavi, H; Berglund, JA; Rosbash, M; Frankel, AD
      Recognition of RNA branch point sequences by the KH domain of splicing factor 1 (mammalian branch point binding protein) in a splicing factor complex

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    8. Allada, R; Emery, P; Takahashi, JS; Rosbash, M
      Stopping time: The genetics of fly and mouse circadian clocks

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Moore, MJ; Rosbash, M
      Cell biology - TAPping into mRNA export

      SCIENCE
    10. Hilleren, P; McCarthy, T; Rosbash, M; Parker, R; Jensen, TH
      Quality control of mRNA 3 '-end processing is linked to the nuclear exosome

      NATURE
    11. Libri, D; Lescure, A; Rosbash, M
      Splicing enhancement in the yeast rp51b intron

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    12. Emery, P; Stanewsky, R; Helfrich-Forster, C; Emery-Le, M; Hall, JC; Rosbash, M
      Drosophila CRY is a deep brain circadian photoreceptor

      NEURON
    13. Jensen, TH; Neville, M; Rain, JC; McCarthy, T; Legrain, P; Rosbash, M
      Identification of novel Saccharomyces cerevisiae proteins with nuclear export activity: Cell cycle-regulated transcription factor Ace2p shows cell cycle-independent nucleocytoplasmic shuttling

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    14. So, WV; Sarov-Blat, L; Kotarski, CK; McDonald, MJ; Allada, R; Rosbash, M
      Takeout, a novel Drosophila gene under Circadian Clock transcriptional regulation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Vainberg, IE; Dower, K; Rosbash, M
      Nuclear export of heat shock and non-heat-shock mRNA occurs via similar pathways

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Suri, V; Hall, JC; Rosbash, M
      Two novel doubletime mutants alter circadian properties and eliminate the delay between RNA and protein in Drosophila

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Watkins, NJ; Segault, V; Charpentier, B; Nottrott, S; Fabrizio, P; Bachi, A; Wilm, M; Rosbash, M; Branlant, C; Luhrmann, R
      A common core RNP structure shared between the small nucleoar box C/D RNPsand the spliceosomal U4 snRNP

      CELL
    18. Sarov-Blat, L; So, WV; Liu, L; Rosbash, M
      The Drosophila takeout gene is a novel molecular link between circadian rhythms and feeding behavior

      CELL
    19. Emery, P; Stanewsky, R; Hall, JC; Rosbash, M
      Drosophila cryptochromes - A unique circadian-rhythm photoreceptor

      NATURE
    20. Park, JH; Helfrich-Forster, C; Lee, G; Liu, L; Rosbash, M; Hall, JC
      Differential regulation of circadian pacemaker output by separate clock genes in Drosophila

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    21. Zhang, D; Rosbash, M
      Identification of eight proteins that cross-link to pre-mRNA in the yeast commitment complex

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    22. Suri, V; Lanjuin, A; Rosbash, M
      TIMELESS-dependent positive and negative autoregulation in the Drosophila circadian clock

      EMBO JOURNAL
    23. Strahm, Y; Fahrenkrog, B; Zenklusen, D; Rychner, E; Kantor, J; Rosbash, M; Stutz, F
      The RNA export factor Gle1p is located on the cytoplasmic fibrils of the NPC and physically interacts with the FG-nucleoporin Rip1p, the DEAD-box protein Rat8p/Dbp5p and a new protein Ymr255p

      EMBO JOURNAL
    24. Neville, M; Rosbash, M
      The NES-Crm1p export pathway is not a major mRNA export route in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      EMBO JOURNAL
    25. Renn, SCP; Park, JH; Rosbash, M; Hall, JC; Taghert, PH
      A pdf neuropeptide gene mutation and ablation of PDF neurons each cause severe abnormalities of behavioral circadian rhythms in Drosophila

      CELL
    26. BERGLUND JA; FLEMING ML; ROSBASH M
      THE KH DOMAIN OF THE BRANCHPOINT SEQUENCE BINDING-PROTEIN DETERMINES SPECIFICITY FOR THE PRE-MESSENGER-RNA BRANCHPOINT SEQUENCE

      RNA
    27. GOTTSCHALK A; TANG J; PUIG O; SALGADO J; NEUBAUER G; COLOT HV; MANN M; SERAPHIN B; ROSBASH M; LUHRMANN R; FABRIZIO P
      A COMPREHENSIVE BIOCHEMICAL AND GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF THE YEAST U1 SNRNP REVEALS 5 NOVEL PROTEINS

      RNA
    28. SURI VP; QIAN ZW; HALL JC; ROSBASH M
      EVIDENCE THAT THE TIM LIGHT RESPONSE IS RELEVANT TO LIGHT-INDUCED PHASE-SHIFTS IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Neuron (Cambridge, Mass.)
    29. BERGLUND JA; ABOVICH N; ROSBASH M
      A COOPERATIVE INTERACTION BETWEEN U2AF65 AND MBBP SF1 FACILITATES BRANCHPOINT REGION RECOGNITION/

      Genes & development
    30. STUTZ F; ROSBASH M
      NUCLEAR-RNA EXPORT

      Genes & development
    31. EMERY P; SO WV; KANEKO M; HALL JC; ROSBASH M
      CRY, A DROSOPHILA CLOCK AND LIGHT-REGULATED CRYPTOCHROME, IS A MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR TO CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM RESETTING AND PHOTOSENSITIVITY

      Cell (Cambridge)
    32. STANEWSKY R; KANEKO M; EMERY P; BERETTA B; WAGERSMITH K; KAY SA; ROSBASH M; HALL JC
      THE CRY(B) MUTATION IDENTIFIES CRYPTOCHROME AS A CIRCADIAN PHOTORECEPTOR IN DROSOPHILA

      Cell (Cambridge)
    33. ROSBASH M
      WHY THE RAT-1 FIBROBLAST SHOULD REPLACE THE SCN AS THE IN-VITRO MODELOF CHOICE

      Cell
    34. ALLADA R; WHITE NE; SO WV; HALL JC; ROSBASH M
      A MUTANT DROSOPHILA HOMOLOG OF MAMMALIAN CLOCK DISRUPTS CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS AND TRANSCRIPTION OF PERIOD AND TIMELESS

      Cell
    35. RUTILA JE; SURI V; LE M; SO WV; ROSBASH M; HALL JC
      CYCLE IS A 2ND BHLH-PAS CLOCK PROTEIN ESSENTIAL FOR CIRCADIAN RHYTHMICITY AND TRANSCRIPTION OF DROSOPHILA PERIOD AND TIMELESS

      Cell
    36. PEIXOTO AA; HENNESSY JM; TOWNSON I; HASAN G; ROSBASH M; COSTA R; KYRIACOU CP
      MOLECULAR COEVOLUTION WITHIN A DROSOPHILA CLOCK GENE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    37. ALLADA R; SO V; HALL JC; ROSBASH M
      A LOCUS INVOLVED IN THE TRANSCRIPTION OF CIRCADIAN CLOCK GENES IN DROSOPHILA APPEARS TO ENCODE THE HOMOLOG OF THE MOUSE CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM GENE, CLOCK

      Brain research
    38. NEVILLE M; STUTZ F; LEE L; DAVIS LI; ROSBASH M
      THE IMPORTIN-BETA FAMILY MEMBER CRM1P BRIDGES THE INTERACTION BETWEENREV AND THE NUCLEAR-PORE COMPLEX DURING NUCLEAR EXPORT

      Current biology
    39. ROSBASH M; BERGLUND JA; ABOVICH N
      SPECIFIC RECOGNITION OF THE BRANCHPOINT SEQUENCE BY A YEAST PROTEIN AND ITS HUMAN ORTHOLOGUE

      The FASEB journal
    40. STUTZ F; KANTOR J; ZHANG D; MCCARTHY T; NEVILLE M; ROSBASH M
      THE YEAST NUCLEOPORIN RIP1P CONTRIBUTES TO MULTIPLE EXPORT PATHWAYS WITH NO ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR ITS FG-REPEAT REGION

      Genes & development
    41. DEMBINSKA ME; STANEWSKY R; HALL JC; ROSBASH M
      CIRCADIAN CYCLING OF A PERIOD-BETA-GALACTOSIDASE FUSION PROTEIN IN DROSOPHILA - EVIDENCE FOR CYCLICAL DEGRADATION

      Journal of biological rhythms
    42. BERGLUND JA; CHARPENTIER B; ROSBASH M
      A HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING-SITE FOR THE HIV-1 NUCLEOCAPSID PROTEIN

      Nucleic acids research
    43. STANEWSKY R; FRISCH B; BRANDES C; HAMBLENCOYLE MJ; ROSBASH M; HALL JC
      TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF TRANSGENES CONTAINING INCREASING AMOUNTS OF THE DROSOPHILA CLOCK GENE PERIOD AND A LACZ REPORTER - MAPPING ELEMENTS OF THE PER PROTEIN INVOLVED IN CIRCADIAN CYCLING

      The Journal of neuroscience
    44. SO WV; ROSBASH M
      POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION CONTRIBUTES TO DROSOPHILA CLOCK GENE MESSENGER-RNA CYCLING

      EMBO journal
    45. ROUYER F; RACHIDI M; PIKIELNY C; ROSBASH M
      A NEW GENE ENCODING A PUTATIVE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR REGULATED BY THE DROSOPHILA CIRCADIAN CLOCK

      EMBO journal
    46. TANG J; ABOVICH N; FLEMING ML; SERAPHIN B; ROSBASH M
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A YEAST HOMOLOG OF U1 SNRNP-SPECIFIC PROTEIN-C

      EMBO journal
    47. BERGLUND JA; CHUA K; ABOVICH N; REED R; ROSBASH M
      THE SPLICING FACTOR BBP INTERACTS SPECIFICALLY WITH THE PRE-MESSENGER-RNA BRANCHPOINT SEQUENCE UACUAAC

      Cell
    48. ABOVICH N; ROSBASH M
      CROSS-INTRON BRIDGING INTERACTIONS IN THE YEAST COMMITMENT COMPLEX ARE CONSERVED IN MAMMALS

      Cell
    49. CHARPENTIER B; STUTZ F; ROSBASH M
      A DYNAMIC IN-VIVO VIEW OF THE HIV-I REV-RRE INTERACTION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    50. CHARPENTIER B; ROSBASH M
      INTRAMOLECULAR STRUCTURE IN YEAST INTRONS AIDS THE EARLY STEPS OF IN-VITRO SPLICEOSOME ASSEMBLY

      RNA
    51. TANG J; ROSBASH M
      CHARACTERIZATION OF YEAST U1 SNRNP A-PROTEIN - IDENTIFICATION OF THE N-TERMINAL RNA-BINDING DOMAIN (RBD) BINDING-SITE AND EVIDENCE THAT THEC-TERMINAL RBD FUNCTIONS IN SPLICING

      RNA
    52. RUTILA JE; ZENG HK; LE M; CURTIN KD; HALL JC; ROSBASH M
      THE TIM(SL) MUTANT OF THE DROSOPHILA RHYTHM GENE TIMELESS MANIFESTS ALLELE-SPECIFIC INTERACTIONS WITH PERIOD GENE MUTANTS

      Neuron
    53. COLOT HV; STUTZ F; ROSBASH M
      THE YEAST SPLICING FACTOR MUD13P IS A COMMITMENT COMPLEX COMPONENT AND CORRESPONDS TO CBP20 THE SMALL-SUBUNIT OF THE NUCLEAR CAP-BINDING COMPLEX

      Genes & development
    54. TANG J; ABOVICH N; ROSBASH M
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A YEAST GENE ENCODING THE U2 SMALL NUCLEAR RIBONUCLEOPROTEIN PARTICLE B'' PROTEIN

      Molecular and cellular biology
    55. STUTZ F; IZAURRALDE E; MATTAJ IW; ROSBASH M
      A ROLE FOR NUCLEOPORIN FG REPEAT DOMAINS IN EXPORT OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV PROTEIN AND RNA FROM THE NUCLEUS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    56. MARRUS SB; ZENG HK; ROSBASH M
      EFFECT OF CONSTANT LIGHT AND CIRCADIAN ENTRAINMENT OF PER(S) FLIES - EVIDENCE FOR LIGHT-MEDIATED DELAY OF THE NEGATIVE FEEDBACK LOOP IN DROSOPHILA

      EMBO journal
    57. ROSBASH M
      MIXED MECHANISMS IN YEAST PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING

      Cell
    58. ROSBASH M; ALLADA R; DEMBINSKA M; GUO WQ; LE M; MARRUS S; QIAN Z; RUTILA J; YAGLOM J; ZENG H
      A DROSOPHILA CIRCADIAN CLOCK

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    59. ZENG HK; QIAN ZW; MYERS MP; ROSBASH M
      A LIGHT-ENTRAINMENT MECHANISM FOR THE DROSOPHILA CIRCADIAN CLOCK

      Nature
    60. ELLIOTT DJ; ROSBASH M
      YEAST PRE-MESSENGER-RNA IS COMPOSED OF 2 POPULATIONS WITH DISTINCT KINETIC-PROPERTIES

      Experimental cell research
    61. LIBRI D; STUTZ F; MCCARTHY T; ROSBASH M
      RNA STRUCTURAL PATTERNS AND SPLICING - MOLECULAR-BASIS FOR AN RNA-BASED ENHANCER

      RNA
    62. LONG RM; ELLIOTT DJ; STUTZ F; ROSBASH M; SINGER RH
      SPATIAL CONSEQUENCES OF DEFECTIVE PROCESSING OF SPECIFIC YEAST MESSENGER-RNAS REVEALED BY FLUORESCENT IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      RNA
    63. LONG RM; ELLIOTT DJ; SHENOY S; ROSBASH M; SINGER RH
      SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF A REPORTER TRANSCRIPT IN YEAST AS DETERMINED BY FLUORESCENCE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      Molecular biology of the cell
    64. ROSBASH M
      MOLECULAR CONTROL OF CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    65. CURTIN KD; HUANG ZJ; ROSBASH M
      TEMPORALLY REGULATED NUCLEAR ENTRY OF THE DROSOPHILA PERIOD PROTEIN CONTRIBUTES TO THE CIRCADIAN CLOCK

      Neuron
    66. PRICE JL; DEMBINSKA ME; YOUNG MW; ROSBASH M
      SUPPRESSION OF PERIOD PROTEIN ABUNDANCE AND CIRCADIAN CYCLING BY THE DROSOPHILA CLOCK MUTATION TIMELESS

      EMBO journal
    67. STUTZ F; NEVILLE M; ROSBASH M
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL NUCLEAR PORE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN AS A FUNCTIONAL TARGET OF THE HIV-1 REV PROTEIN IN YEAST

      Cell
    68. HUANG ZJ; CURTIN KD; ROSBASH M
      PER PROTEIN INTERACTIONS AND TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION OF A CIRCADIAN CLOCK IN DROSOPHILA

      Science
    69. FRISCH B; HARDIN PE; HAMBLENCOYLE MJ; ROSBASH M; HALL JC
      A PROMOTERLESS PERIOD GENE MEDIATES BEHAVIORAL RHYTHMICITY AND CYCLICAL PER EXPRESSION IN A RESTRICTED SUBSET OF THE DROSOPHILA NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Neuron
    70. PIKIELNY CW; HASAN G; ROUYER F; ROSBASH M
      MEMBERS OF A FAMILY OF DROSOPHILA PUTATIVE ODORANT-BINDING PROTEINS ARE EXPRESSED IN DIFFERENT SUBSETS OF OLFACTORY HAIRS

      Neuron
    71. ABOVICH N; LIAO XLC; ROSBASH M
      THE YEAST MUD2 PROTEIN - AN INTERACTION WITH PRP11 DEFINES A BRIDGE BETWEEN COMMITMENT COMPLEXES AND U2 SNRNP ADDITION

      Genes & development
    72. LIBRI D; FISZMAN MY; ROSBASH M
      CONSTRUCTION OF AN INDUCIBLE SELECTION SYSTEM DEPENDING ON MUSCLE-SPECIFIC SPLICING

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    73. ELLIOTT DJ; ROSBASH M
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAST NUCLEUS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    74. STUTZ F; ROSBASH M
      A FUNCTIONAL INTERACTION BETWEEN REV AND YEAST PRE-MESSENGER-RNA IS RELATED TO SPLICING COMPLEX-FORMATION

      EMBO journal
    75. ZENG HK; HARDIN PE; ROSBASH M
      CONSTITUTIVE OVEREXPRESSION OF THE DROSOPHILA PERIOD PROTEIN INHIBITSPERIOD MESSENGER-RNA CYCLING

      EMBO journal
    76. EDERY I; RUTILA JE; ROSBASH M
      PHASE-SHIFTING OF THE CIRCADIAN CLOCK BY INDUCTION OF THE DROSOPHILA PERIOD PROTEIN

      Science
    77. EDERY I; ZWIEBEL LJ; DEMBINSKA ME; ROSBASH M
      TEMPORAL PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE DROSOPHILA PERIOD PROTEIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    78. GOGUEL V; WANG Y; ROSBASH M
      SHORT ARTIFICIAL HAIRPINS SEQUESTER SPLICING SIGNALS AND INHIBIT YEAST PREMESSENGER RNA SPLICING

      Molecular and cellular biology
    79. ROSBASH M; SINGER RH
      RNA TRAVEL - TRACKS FROM DNA TO CYTOPLASM

      Cell
    80. HUANG ZJ; EDERY I; ROSBASH M
      PAS IS A DIMERIZATION DOMAIN COMMON TO DROSOPHILA PERIOD AND SEVERAL TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      Nature
    81. HE F; PELTZ SW; DONAHUE JL; ROSBASH M; JACOBSON A
      STABILIZATION AND RIBOSOME ASSOCIATION OF UNSPLICED PREMESSENGER RNASIN A YEAST UPFL- MUTANT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    82. HALL JC; ROSBASH M
      OSCILLATING MOLECULES AND HOW THEY MOVE CIRCADIAN CLOCKS ACROSS EVOLUTIONARY BOUNDARIES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    83. FLINT KK; ROSBASH M; HALL JC
      TRANSFER OF DYE AMONG SALIVARY-GLAND CELLS IS NOT AFFECTED BY GENETICVARIATIONS OF THE PERIOD CLOCK GENE IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      The Journal of membrane biology


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