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    1. Stenstrom, CM; Jin, HN; Major, LL; Tate, WP; Isaksson, LA
      Codon bias at the 3 '-side of the initiation codon is correlated with translation initiation efficiency in Escherichia coli

      GENE
    2. Abraham, WC; Mason-Parker, SE; Bear, MF; Webb, S; Tate, WP
      Heterosynaptic metaplasticity in the hippocampus in vivo: A BCM-like modifiable threshold for LTP

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    3. Wilson, DN; Guevremont, D; Tate, WP
      The ribosomal binding and peptidyl-tRNA hydrolysis functions of Escherichia coli release factor 2 are linked through residue 246

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    4. Jacobs, GH; Stockwell, PA; Schrieber, MJ; Tate, WP; Brown, CM
      Transterm: a database of messenger RNA components and signals

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    5. Raymond, CR; Thompson, VL; Tate, WP; Abraham, WC
      Metabotropic glutamate receptors trigger homosynaptic protein synthesis toprolong long-term potentiation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Williams, JM; Beckmann, AM; Mason-Parker, SE; Abraham, WC; Wilce, PA; Tate, WP
      Sequential increase in Egr-1 and AP-1 DNA binding activity in the dentate gyrus following the induction of long-term potentiation

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Askarian-Amiri, ME; Pel, HJ; Guevremont, D; McCaughan, KK; Poole, ES; Sumpter, VG; Tate, WP
      Functional characterization of yeast mitochondrial release factor 1

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Scrimshaw, BJ; Faed, JM; Tate, WP; Yun, K
      Rapid identification of an A1555G mutation in human mitochondrial DNA implicated in aminoglycoside-induced ototoxicity

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    9. Dalphin, ME; Stockwell, PA; Tate, WP; Brown, CM
      TransTerm, the translational signal database, extended to include full coding sequences and untranslated regions

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    10. Crawford, DJG; Ito, K; Nakamura, Y; Tate, WP
      Indirect regulation of translational termination efficiency at highly expressed genes and recoding sites by the factor recycling function of Escherichia coli release factor RF3

      EMBO JOURNAL
    11. Scrimshaw, BJ; Faed, JM; Tate, WP; Yun, K
      The frequency in New Zealand of a mitochondrial DNA mutation (1555 A to G)associated with aminoglycoside-induced hearing loss

      NEW ZEALAND MEDICAL JOURNAL
    12. Tate, WP; Mansell, JB; Mannering, SA; Irvine, JH; Major, LL; Wilson, DN
      UGA: a dual signal for "stop" and for recoding in protein synthesis

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    13. MCCAUGHAN KK; POOLE ES; PEL HJ; MANSELL JB; MANNERING SA; TATE WP
      EFFICIENT IN-VITRO TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI IS CONSTRAINED BY THE ORIENTATIONS OF THE RELEASE FACTOR, STOP SIGNAL AND PEPTIDYL-TRANSFER-RNA WITHIN THE TERMINATION COMPLEX

      Biological chemistry
    14. PEL HJ; MOFFAT JG; ITO K; NAKAMURA Y; TATE WP
      ESCHERICHIA-COLI RELEASE FACTOR-3 - RESOLVING THE PARADOX OF A TYPICAL G-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND ATYPICAL FUNCTION WITH GUANINE-NUCLEOTIDES

      RNA
    15. POOLE ES; MAJOR LL; MANNERING SA; TATE WP
      TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI - 3 BASES FOLLOWING THESTOP CODON CROSS-LINK TO RELEASE FACTOR-2 AND AFFECT THE DECODING EFFICIENCY OF UGA-CONTAINING SIGNALS

      Nucleic acids research
    16. DALPHIN ME; BROWN CM; STOCKWELL PA; TATE WP
      THE TRANSLATIONAL SIGNAL DATABASE, TRANSTERM, IS NOW A RELATIONAL DATABASE

      Nucleic acids research
    17. WILLIAMS JM; MASONPARKER SE; ABRAHAM WC; TATE WP
      BIPHASIC CHANGES IN THE LEVELS OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR-2 SUBUNITS CORRELATE WITH THE INDUCTION AND PERSISTENCE OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION

      Molecular brain research
    18. WILLIAMS JM; THOMPSON VL; MASONPARKER SE; ABRAHAM WC; TATE WP
      SYNAPTIC ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT MODULATION OF MITOCHONDRIAL GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS

      Molecular brain research
    19. IRVINE JH; HORSFIELD JA; MCKINNEY CZ; TATE WP
      A NOVEL STRATEGY TO INTERFERE WITH HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 PROPAGATION

      New Zealand medical journal
    20. POOLE ES; BRIMACOMBE R; TATE WP
      DECODING THE TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION SIGNAL - THE POLYPEPTIDE-CHAINRELEASE FACTOR IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI CROSS-LINKS TO THE BASE FOLLOWING THE STOP CODON

      RNA
    21. DALPHIN ME; BROWN CM; STOCKWELL PA; TATE WP
      THE TRANSLATIONAL SIGNAL DATABASE, TRANSTERM - ORGANISMS, COMPLETE GENOMES

      Nucleic acids research
    22. ABRAHAM WC; TATE WP
      METAPLASTICITY - A NEW VISTA ACROSS THE FIELD OF SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY

      Progress in neurobiology
    23. ABRAHAM WC; LOGAN B; THOMPSON VL; WILLIAMS JM; TATE WP
      SEQUENCE-INDEPENDENT EFFECTS OF PHOSPHOROTHIOATED OLIGONUCLEOTIDES ONSYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION AND EXCITABILITY IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS IN-VIVO

      Neuropharmacology
    24. TATE WP; MANNERING SA
      3, 4 OR MORE - THE TRANSLATIONAL STOP SIGNAL AT LENGTH

      Molecular microbiology
    25. MAJOR LL; POOLE ES; DALPHIN ME; MANNERING SA; TATE WP
      IS THE IN-FRAME TERMINATION SIGNAL OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI RELEASE FACTOR-II FRAMESHIFT SITE WEAKENED BY A PARTICULARLY POOR CONTEXT

      Nucleic acids research
    26. DALPHIN ME; BROWN CM; STOCKWELL PA; TATE WP
      TRANSTERM - A DATABASE OF TRANSLATIONAL SIGNALS

      Nucleic acids research
    27. TATE WP; POOLE ES; DALPHIN ME; MAJOR LL; CRAWFORD DJG; MANNERING SA
      THE TRANSLATIONAL STOP SIGNAL - CODON WITH A CONTEXT, OR EXTENDED FACTOR RECOGNITION ELEMENT

      Biochimie
    28. JELLIE AM; TATE WP; TROTMAN CNA
      EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF INTRONS IN A MULTIDOMAIN GLOBIN GENE

      Journal of molecular evolution
    29. TATE WP; POOLE ES; HORSFIELD JA; MANNERING SA; BROWN CM; MOFFAT JG; DALPHIN ME; MCCAUGHAN KK; MAJOR LL; WILSON DN
      TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION EFFICIENCY IN BOTH BACTERIA AND MAMMALS IS REGULATED BY THE BASE FOLLOWING THE STOP CODON

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    30. HORSFIELD JA; WILSON DN; MANNERING SA; ADAMSKI FM; TATE WP
      PROKARYOTIC RIBOSOMES RECODE THE HIV-1 GAG-POL-1 FRAMESHIFT SEQUENCE BY AN E P SITE POST-TRANSLOCATION SIMULTANEOUS SLIPPAGE MECHANISM/

      Nucleic acids research
    31. CURRAN JF; POOLE ES; TATE WP; GROSS BL
      SELECTION OF AMINOACYL-TRANSFER-RNAS AT SENSE CODONS - THE SIZE OF THE TRANSFER-RNA VARIABLE LOOP DETERMINES WHETHER THE IMMEDIATE 3'-NUCLEOTIDE TO THE CODON HAS A CONTEXT EFFECT

      Nucleic acids research
    32. POOLE ES; BROWN CM; TATE WP
      THE IDENTITY OF THE BASE FOLLOWING THE STOP CODON DETERMINES THE EFFICIENCY OF IN-VIVO TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      EMBO journal
    33. MCCAUGHAN KK; BROWN CM; DALPHIN ME; BERRY MJ; TATE WP
      TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION EFFICIENCY IN MAMMALS IS INFLUENCED BY THE BASE FOLLOWING THE STOP CODON

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    34. BROWN CM; STOCKWELL PA; DALPHIN ME; TATE WP
      THE TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION SIGNAL DATABASE (TRANSTERM) NOW ALSO INCLUDES INITIATION CONTEXTS

      Nucleic acids research
    35. TROTMAN CNA; MANNING AM; BRAY JA; JELLIE AM; MOENS L; TATE WP
      INTERDOMAIN LINKAGE IN THE POLYMERIC HEMOGLOBIN MOLECULE OF ARTEMIA

      Journal of molecular evolution
    36. ADAMSKI FM; MCCAUGHAN KK; JORGENSEN F; KURLAND CG; TATE WP
      THE CONCENTRATION OF POLYPEPTIDE-CHAIN RELEASE FACTOR-1 AND FACTOR-2 AT DIFFERENT GROWTH-RATES OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    37. BROWN CM; TATE WP
      DIRECT RECOGNITION OF MESSENGER-RNA STOP SIGNALS BY ESCHERICHIA-COLI POLYPEPTIDE-CHAIN RELEASE FACTOR-2

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    38. MOFFAT JG; TATE WP
      A SINGLE PROTEOLYTIC CLEAVAGE IN RELEASE FACTOR-2 STABILIZES RIBOSOMEBINDING AND ABOLISHES PEPTIDYL-TRANSFER-RNA HYDROLYSIS ACTIVITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. MOFFAT JG; TATE WP; LOVETT PS
      THE LEADER PEPTIDES OF ATTENUATION-REGULATED CHLORAMPHENICOL RESISTANCE GENES INHIBIT TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION

      Journal of bacteriology
    40. MANSELL JB; TIMMS K; TATE WP; MOENS L; TROTMAN CNA
      EXPRESSION OF A GLOBIN GENE IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    41. ABRAHAM WC; MASON SE; DEMMER J; WILLIAMS JM; RICHARDSON CL; TATE WP; LAWLOR PA; DRAGUNOW M
      CORRELATIONS BETWEEN IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENE INDUCTION AND THE PERSISTENCE OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION

      Neuroscience
    42. BROWN CM; MCCAUGHAN KK; TATE WP
      2 REGIONS OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA ARE IMPORTANT FORDECODING STOP SIGNALS IN POLYPEPTIDE-CHAIN TERMINATION

      Nucleic acids research
    43. ADAMSKI FM; DONLY BC; TATE WP
      COMPETITION BETWEEN FRAMESHIFTING, TERMINATION AND SUPPRESSION AT THEFRAMESHIFT SITE IN THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI RELEASE FACTOR-II MESSENGER-RNA

      Nucleic acids research
    44. BROWN CM; DALPHIN ME; STOCKWELL PA; TATE WP
      THE TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION SIGNAL DATABASE

      Nucleic acids research
    45. FROLOVA LY; DALPHIN ME; JUSTESEN J; POWELL RJ; DRUGEON G; MCCAUGHAN KK; KISSELEV LL; TATE WP; HAENNI AL
      MAMMALIAN POLYPEPTIDE-CHAIN RELEASE FACTOR AND TRYPTOPHANYL-TRANSFER RNA-SYNTHETASE ARE DISTINCT PROTEINS

      EMBO journal
    46. MOFFAT JG; DONLY BC; MCCAUGHAN KK; TATE WP
      FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS IN THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI RELEASE FACTORS - ACTIVITIES OF HYBRIDS BETWEEN RF-1 AND RF-2

      European journal of biochemistry


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