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    1. Thirumalai, D; Lee, N; Woodson, SA; Klimov, DK
      Early events in RNA folding

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
    2. Heilman-Miller, SL; Pan, J; Thirumalai, D; Woodson, SA
      Role of counterion condensation in folding of the Tetrahymena ribozyme II.Counterion-dependence of folding kinetics

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Heilman-Miller, SL; Thirumalai, D; Woodson, SA
      Role of counterion condensation in folding of the Tetrahymena ribozyme. I.Equilibrium stabilization by cations

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Woodson, SA
      Recent insights on RNA folding mechanisms from catalytic RNA

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    5. Cao, Y; Woodson, SA
      Refolding of rRNA exons enhances dissociation of the Tetrahymena intron

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    6. Thirumalai, D; Woodson, SA
      Maximizing RNA folding rates: A balancing act

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    7. Woodson, SA
      Compact but disordered states of RNA

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    8. Ralston, CY; Sclavi, B; Sullivan, M; Deras, ML; Woodson, SA; Chance, MR; Brenowitz, M
      Time-resolved synchrotron X-ray footprinting and its application to RNA folding

      RNA-LIGAND INTERACTIONS PT A
    9. Pan, J; Deras, ML; Woodson, SA
      Fast folding of a ribozyme by stabilizing core interactions: Evidence for multiple folding pathways in RNA

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Silverman, SK; Deras, ML; Woodson, SA; Scaringe, SA; Cech, TR
      Multiple folding pathways for the P4-P6 RNA domain

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    11. Deras, ML; Brenowitz, M; Ralston, CY; Chance, MR; Woodson, SA
      Folding mechanism of the Tetrahymena ribozyme P4-P6 domain

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    12. Roman, J; Rubin, MN; Woodson, SA
      Sequence specificity of in vivo reverse splicing of the Tetrahymena group I intron

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    13. Pan, J; Thirumalai, D; Woodson, SA
      Magnesium-dependent folding of self-splicing RNA: Exploring the link between cooperativity, thermodynamics, and kinetics

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    14. Pan, J; Woodson, SA
      The effect of long-range loop-loop interactions on folding of the Tetrahymena self-splicing RNA

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Nikolcheva, T; Woodson, SA
      Facilitation of group 1 splicing in vivo: Misfolding of the Tetrahymena IVS and the role of ribosomal RNA exons

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. CAO Y; WOODSON SA
      DESTABILIZING EFFECT OF AN RIBOSOMAL-RNA STEM-LOOP ON AN ATTENUATOR HAIRPIN IN THE 5'-EXON OF THE TETRAHYMENA PRE-RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      RNA
    17. WOODSON SA; LEONTIS NB
      STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      Current opinion in structural biology
    18. WOODSON SA
      IRONING OUT THE KINKS - SPLICING AND TRANSLATION IN BACTERIA

      Genes & development
    19. SCLAVI B; SULLIVAN M; CHANCE MR; BRENOWITZ M; WOODSON SA
      RNA FOLDING AT MILLISECOND INTERVALS BY SYNCHROTRON HYDROXYL RADICAL FOOTPRINTING

      Science
    20. ROMAN J; WOODSON SA
      INTEGRATION OF THE TETRAHYMENA GROUP-I INTRON INTO BACTERIAL RIBOSOMAL-RNA BY REVERSE SPLICING IN-VIVO

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    21. PAN J; WOODSON SA
      FOLDING INTERMEDIATES OF A SELF-SPLICING RNA - MISPAIRING OF THE CATALYTIC CORE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    22. THIRUMALAI D; KLIMOV DK; WOODSON SA
      KINETIC PARTITIONING MECHANISM AS A UNIFYING THEME IN THE FOLDING OF BIOMOLECULES

      Theoretical chemistry accounts
    23. NIKOLCHEVA T; WOODSON SA
      ASSOCIATION OF A GROUP-I INTRON WITH ITS SPLICE JUNCTION IN 50S RIBOSOMES - IMPLICATIONS FOR INTRON TOXICITY

      RNA
    24. CHANCE MR; SCLAVI B; WOODSON SA; BRENOWITZ M
      EXAMINING THE CONFORMATIONAL DYNAMICS OF MACROMOLECULES WITH TIME-RESOLVED SYNCHROTRON X-RAY FOOTPRINTING

      Structure
    25. WOODSON SA; PAN J; EMERICK VI; ZHANG FZ; NIKOLCHEVA T
      GROUP-I SPLICING IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      The FASEB journal
    26. PAN J; THIRUMALAI D; WOODSON SA
      FOLDING OF RNA INVOLVES PARALLEL PATHWAYS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    27. WOODSON SA
      MACROMOLECULAR COMPLEXES - HOW RNA AND PROTEIN GET TOGETHER

      Current biology
    28. EMERICK VL; PAN J; WOODSON SA
      ANALYSIS OF RATE-DETERMINING CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES DURING SELF-SPLICING OF THE TETRAHYMENA INTRON

      Biochemistry
    29. THIRUMALAI D; WOODSON SA
      KINETICS OF FOLDING OF PROTEINS AND RNA

      Accounts of chemical research
    30. ROMAN J; WOODSON SA
      REVERSE SPLICING OF THE TETRAHYMENA IVS - EVIDENCE FOR MULTIPLE REACTION SITES IN THE 23S RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      RNA
    31. ZHANG F; RAMSAY ES; WOODSON SA
      IN-VIVO FACILITATION OF TETRAHYMENA GROUP-I INTRON SPLICING IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI PRE-RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      RNA
    32. ROCHELEAU GA; WOODSON SA
      ENHANCED SELF-SPLICING OF PHYSARUM-POLYCEPHALUM INTRON-3 BY A 2ND GROUP-I INTRON

      RNA
    33. ROCHELEAU GA; WOODSON SA
      REQUIREMENTS FOR SELF-SPLICING OF A GROUP INTRON FROM PHYSARUM-POLYCEPHALUM

      Nucleic acids research
    34. EMERICK VL; WOODSON SA
      FINGERPRINTING THE FOLDING OF A GROUP-I PRECURSOR RNA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    35. WOODSON SA; MULLER JG; BURROWS CJ; ROKITA SE
      A PRIMER EXTENSION ASSAY FOR MODIFICATION OF GUANINE BY NI(II) COMPLEXES

      Nucleic acids research
    36. EMERICK VL; WOODSON SA
      SELF-SPLICING OF THE TETRAHYMENA PRE-RIBOSOMAL-RNA IS DECREASED BY MISFOLDING DURING TRANSCRIPTION

      Biochemistry
    37. CHEN XY; WOODSON SA; BURROWS CJ; ROKITA SE
      A HIGHLY SENSITIVE PROBE FOR GUANINE N7 IN FOLDED STRUCTURES OF RNA -APPLICATION TO TRANSFER RNA(PHE) AND TETRAHYMENA GROUP-I INTRON

      Biochemistry


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