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    1. Wollerton, MC; Gooding, C; Robinson, F; Brown, EC; Jackson, RJ; Smith, CWJ
      Differential alternative splicing activity of isoforms of polypyrimidine tract binding protein (PTB)

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    2. Suzuki, MG; Ohbayashi, F; Mita, K; Shimada, T
      The mechanism of sex-specific splicing at the doublesex gene is different between Drosophila melanogaster and Bombyx mori

      INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Meuleman, J; Pou-Serradell, A; Lofgren, A; Ceuterick, C; Martin, JJ; Timmerman, V; Van Broeckhoven, C; De Jonghe, P
      A novel 3 '-splice site mutation in peripheral myelin protein 22 causing hereditary neuropathy with liability to pressure palsies

      NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS
    4. Hastings, ML; Krainer, AR
      Pre-mRNA splicing in the new millennium

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    5. Thanaraj, TA; Clark, F
      Human GC-AG alternative intron isoforms with weak donor sites show enhanced consensus at acceptor exon positions

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    6. Dominski, Z; Erkmann, JA; Greenland, JA; Marzluff, WF
      Mutations in the RNA binding domain of stem-loop binding protein define separable requirements for RNA binding and for histone pre-mRNA processing

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    7. Chua, K; Reed, R
      An upstream AG determines whether a downstream AG is selected during catalytic step II of splicing

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    8. Wagner, EJ; Garcia-Blanco, MA
      Polypyrimidine tract binding protein antagonizes exon definition

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Le Guiner, C; Plet, A; Galiana, D; Gesnel, MC; Del Gatto-Konczak, F; Breathnach, R
      Polypyrimidine tract-binding protein represses splicing of a fibroblast growth factor receptor-2 gene alternative exon through exon sequences

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Lejeune, F; Cavaloc, Y; Stevenin, J
      Alternative splicing of intron 3 of the serine/arginine-rich protein 9G8 gene - Identification of flanking exonic splicing enhancers and involvement of 9G8 as a trans-acting factor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Cote, J; Dupuis, S; Wu, JY
      Polypyrimidine track-binding protein binding downstream of caspase-2 alternative exon 9 represses its inclusion

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Standiford, DM; Sun, WT; Davis, MB; Emerson, CP
      Positive and negative intronic regulatory elements control muscle-specificalternative exon splicing of Drosophila myosin heavy chain transcripts

      GENETICS
    13. Graveley, BR
      Sorting out the complexity of SR protein functions

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    14. Lund, M; Tange, TO; Dyhr-Mikkelsen, H; Hansen, J; Kjems, J
      Characterization of human RNA splice signals by iterative functional selection of splice sites

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    15. Simpson, CG; Hedley, PE; Watters, JA; Clark, GP; McQuade, C; Machray, GC; Brown, JWS
      Requirements for mini-exon inclusion in potato invertase mRNAs provides evidence for exon-scanning interactions in plants

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    16. Maroney, PA; Romfo, CM; Nilsen, TW
      Nuclease protection of RNAs containing site-specific labels: A rapid method for mapping RNA-protein interactions

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    17. Anderson, K; Moore, MJ
      Bimolecular exon ligation by the human spliceosome bypasses early 3 ' splice site AG recognition and requires NTP hydrolysis

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    18. Chou, MY; Underwood, JG; Nikolic, J; Luu, MHT; Black, DL
      Multisite RNA binding and release of polypyrimidine tract binding protein during the regulation of c-src neural-specific splicing

      MOLECULAR CELL
    19. Moore, MJ
      Intron recognition comes of AGe

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    20. Huang, S
      Perinucleolar structures

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    21. Liu, ZR; Hossain, GH; Islas-Osuna, MA; Mitchell, DL; Mount, DW
      Repair of UV damage in plants by nucleotide excision repair: Arabidopsis UVH1 DNA repair gene is a homolog of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Rad1

      PLANT JOURNAL
    22. McPheeters, DS; Schwer, B; Muhlenkamp, P
      Interaction of the yeast DExH-box RNA helicase Prp22p with the 3 ' splice site during the second step of nuclear pre-mRNA splicing

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    23. Barnard, DC; Patton, JG
      Identification and characterization of a novel serine-arginine-rich splicing regulatory protein

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    24. Markovtsov, V; Nikolic, JM; Goldman, JA; Turck, CW; Chou, MY; Black, DL
      Cooperative assembly of an hnRNP complex induced by a tissue-specific homolog of polypyrimidine tract binding protein

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    25. Elliott, DJ
      Splicing and the single cell

      HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY
    26. Wei, ML; Memmott, J; Screaton, C; Andreadis, A
      The splicing determinants of a regulated exon in the axonal MAP tau residewithin the exon and in its upstream intron

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    27. Jiang, JZ; Horowitz, DS; Xu, RM
      Crystal structure of the functional domain of the splicing factor Prp18

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    28. Tomonaga, K; Kobayashi, T; Lee, BJ; Watanabe, M; Kamitani, W; Ikuta, K
      Identification of alternative splicing and negative splicing activity of anonsegmented negative-strand RNA virus, Borna disease virus

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    29. Chen, SY; Anderson, K; Moore, MJ
      Evidence for a linear search in bimolecular 3 ' splice site AG selection

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    30. Polydorides, AD; Okano, HJ; Yang, YYL; Stefani, G; Darnell, RB
      A brain-enriched polypyrimidine tract-binding protein antagonizes the ability of Nova to regulate neuron-specific alternative splicing

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    31. Ryan, KJ; Charlet-B, N; Cooper, TA
      Binding of PurH to a muscle-specific splicing enhancer functionally correlates with exon inclusion in vivo

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    32. Lai, WS; Carballo, E; Thorn, JM; Kennington, EA; Blackshear, PJ
      Interactions of CCCH zinc finger proteins with mRNA - Binding of tristetraprolin-related zinc finger proteins to Au-rich elements and destabilizationof mRNA

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    33. Hunt, SL; Jackson, RJ
      Polypyrimidine-tract binding protein (PTB) is necessary, but not sufficient, for efficient internal initiation of translation of human rhinovirus-2 RNA

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    34. Reed, R; Chiara, MD
      Identification of RNA-protein contacts within functional ribonucleoproteincomplexes by RNA site-specific labeling and UV crosslinking

      METHODS-A COMPANION TO METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY
    35. Chen, CD; Kobayashi, R; Helfman, DM
      Binding of hnRNP H to an exonic splicing silencer is involved in the regulation of alternative splicing of the rat beta-tropomyosin gene

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    36. Hunt, SL; Hsuan, JJ; Totty, N; Jackson, RJ
      unr, a cellular cytoplasmic RNA-binding protein with five cold-shock domains, is required for internal initiation of translation of human rhinovirus RNA

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    37. Cote, J; Simard, MJ; Chabot, B
      An element in the 5 ' common exon of the NCAM alternative splicing unit interacts with SR proteins and modulates 5 ' splice site selection

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    38. Southby, J; Gooding, C; Smith, CWJ
      Polypyrimidine tract binding protein functions as a repressor to regulate alternative splicing of alpha-actinin mutally exclusive exons

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    39. Lou, H; Helfman, DM; Gagel, RF; Berget, SM
      Polypyrimidine tract-binding protein positively regulates inclusion of an alternative 3 '-terminal exon

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    40. Hunt, SL; Skern, T; Liebig, HD; Kuechler, E; Jackson, RJ
      Rhinovirus 2A proteinase mediated stimulation of rhinovirus RNA translation is additive to the stimulation effected by cellular RNA binding proteins

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    41. Chua, K; Reed, R
      The RNA splicing factor hSlu7 is required for correct 3 ' splice-site choice

      NATURE
    42. Zheng, ZM; He, PJ; Baker, CC
      Function of a bovine papillomavirus type 1 exonic splicing suppressor requires a suboptimal upstream 3 ' splice site

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    43. Dye, DT; Buvoli, M; Mayer, SA; Lin, CH; Patton, JG
      Enhancer elements activate the weak 3 ' splice site of alpha-tropomyosin exon 2

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    44. BERGLUND JA; ABOVICH N; ROSBASH M
      A COOPERATIVE INTERACTION BETWEEN U2AF65 AND MBBP SF1 FACILITATES BRANCHPOINT REGION RECOGNITION/

      Genes & development
    45. Roberts, GC; Gooding, C; Mak, HY; Proudfoot, NJ; Smith, CWJ
      Co-transcriptional commitment to alternative splice site selection

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    46. YAN D; PERRIMAN R; IGEL H; HOWE KJ; NEVILLE M; ARES M
      CUS2, A YEAST HOMOLOG OF HUMAN TAT-SF1, RESCUES FUNCTION OF MISFOLDEDU2 THROUGH AN UNUSUAL RNA RECOGNITION MOTIF

      Molecular and cellular biology
    47. KO CH; BRENDEL V; TAYLOR RD; WALBOT V
      U-RICHNESS IS A DEFINING FEATURE OF PLANT INTRONS AND MAY FUNCTION ASAN INTRON RECOGNITION SIGNAL IN MAIZE

      Plant molecular biology
    48. TAKENOSHITA S; TANI M; MOGI A; NAGASHIMA M; NAGAMACHI Y; BENNETT WP; HAGIWARA K; HARRIS CC; YOKOTA J
      MUTATION ANALYSIS OF THE SMAD2 GENE IN HUMAN COLON CANCERS USING GENOMIC DNA AND INTRON PRIMERS

      Carcinogenesis
    49. SIMPSON SB; GUO W; WINISTORFER SC; CRAVEN RC; STOLTZFUS CM
      THE UPSTREAM DIRECT REPEAT SEQUENCE OF PRAGUE-A ROUS-SARCOMA VIRUS ISDEFICIENT IN MEDIATING EFFICIENT GAG ASSEMBLY AND PARTICLE RELEASE

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    50. ZHENG ZM; HUYNEN M; BAKER CC
      A PYRIMIDINE-RICH EXONIC SPLICING SUPPRESSOR BINDS MULTIPLE RNA SPLICING FACTORS AND INHIBITS SPLICEOSOME ASSEMBLY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    51. HUANG S; DEERINCK TJ; ELLISMAN MH; SPECTOR DL
      THE PERINUCLEOLAR COMPARTMENT AND TRANSCRIPTION

      The Journal of cell biology
    52. Swanson, AK; Stoltzfus, CM
      Overlapping Cis sites used for splicing of HIV-1 env/nef and rev mRNAs

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    53. DAVIS MB; DIETZ J; STANDIFORD DM; EMERSON CP
      TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT INSERTIONS RESPECIFY ALTERNATIVE EXON SPLICING IN 3 DROSOPHILA MYOSIN HEAVY-CHAIN MUTANTS

      Genetics
    54. MURAKAMI M; WATANABE H; NIIKURA Y; KAMEDA T; SAITOH K; YAMAMOTO M; YOKOUCHI Y; KUROIWA A; MIZUMOTO K; IBA H
      HIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSION OF EXOGENOUS GENES BY REPLICATION-COMPETENT RETROVIRUS VECTORS WITH AN INTERNAL RIBOSOMAL ENTRY SITE

      Gene
    55. TOLSTRUP N; ROUZE P; BRUNAK S
      A BRANCH POINT CONSENSUS FROM ARABIDOPSIS FOUND BY NONCIRCULAR ANALYSIS ALLOWS FOR BETTER PREDICTION OF ACCEPTOR SITES

      Nucleic acids research
    56. ZHANG XP; SCHWER B
      FUNCTIONAL AND PHYSICAL INTERACTION BETWEEN THE YEAST SPLICING FACTORS SLU7 AND PRP18

      Nucleic acids research
    57. BUVOLI M; MAYER SA; PATTON JG
      FUNCTIONAL CROSSTALK BETWEEN EXON ENHANCERS, POLYPYRIMIDINE TRACTS AND BRANCHPOINT SEQUENCES

      EMBO journal
    58. CHIARA MD; PALANDJIAN L; KRAMER RF; REED R
      EVIDENCE THAT U5 SNRNP RECOGNIZES THE 3'-SPLICE-SITE FOR CATALYTIC STEP-II IN MAMMALS

      EMBO journal
    59. WU SP; GREEN MR
      IDENTIFICATION OF A HUMAN PROTEIN THAT RECOGNIZES THE 3'-SPLICE-SITE DURING THE 2ND STEP OF PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING

      EMBO journal
    60. SIMPSON SB; ZHANG L; CRAVEN RC; STOLTZFUS CM
      ROUS-SARCOMA VIRUS DIRECT REPEAT CIS-ELEMENTS EXERT EFFECTS AT SEVERAL POINTS IN THE VIRUS LIFE-CYCLE

      Journal of virology
    61. JABRI E; AIGNER S; CECH TR
      KINETIC AND SECONDARY STRUCTURE-ANALYSIS OF NAEGLERIA-ANDERSONI GIR1,A GROUP-I RIBOZYME WHOSE PUTATIVE BIOLOGICAL FUNCTION IS SITE-SPECIFIC HYDROLYSIS

      Biochemistry
    62. LIN J; ROSSI JJ
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF YEAST MUTANTS THAT OVERCOME ANEXPERIMENTALLY INTRODUCED BLOCK TO SPLICING AT THE 3'-SPLICE-SITE

      RNA
    63. BRYS A; SCHWER B
      REQUIREMENT FOR SLU7 IN YEAST PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING IS DICTATED BY THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE BRANCHPOINT AND THE 3' SPLICE-SITE

      RNA
    64. LIU ZR; WILKIE AM; CLEMENS MJ; SMITH CWJ
      DETECTION OF DOUBLE-STRANDED RNA-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS BY METHYLENE BLUE-MEDIATED PHOTO-CROSS-LINKING

      RNA
    65. BAYNTON CE; POTTHOFF SJ; MCCULLOUGH AJ; SCHULER MA
      U-RICH TRACTS ENHANCE 3'-SPLICE-SITE RECOGNITION IN PLANT NUCLEI

      Plant journal
    66. MARLOW SA; KAY PH; PAPADIMITRIOU JM
      POLYMORPHISM OF THE MOUSE E2A GENE DUE TO AN INTRONIC DELETION OF 536BP

      Gene
    67. WATANABE S; KAWAI G; MUTO Y; WATANABE K; INOUE T; YOKOYAMA S
      AN RNA FRAGMENT CONSISTING OF THE P7 AND P9.0 STEMS AND THE 3'-TERMINAL GUANOSINE OF THE TETRAHYMENA GROUP-I INTRON

      Nucleic acids research
    68. TARN WY
      SITE-SPECIFIC SUBSTITUTION OF INOSINE AT THE TERMINAL POSITIONS OF A PRE-MESSENGER-RNA INTRON - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONFIGURATION OF THE TERMINAL BASE INTERACTION

      Biochimie
    69. BROWN JWS; SMITH P; SIMPSON CG
      ARABIDOPSIS CONSENSUS INTRON SEQUENCES

      Plant molecular biology
    70. AST G; WEINER AM
      A U1 U4/U5 SNRNP COMPLEX-INDUCED BY A 2'-O-METHYL-OLIGORIBONUCLEOTIDECOMPLEMENTARY TO U5 SNRNA/

      Science
    71. UMEN JG; GUTHRIE C
      A NOVEL ROLE FOR A U5 SNRNP PROTEIN IN 3'-SPLICE-SITE SELECTION

      Genes & development
    72. DECATUR WA; EINVIK C; JOHANSEN S; VOGT VM
      2 GROUP-I RIBOZYMES WITH DIFFERENT FUNCTIONS IN A NUCLEAR RDNA INTRON

      EMBO journal
    73. SCADDEN ADJ; SMITH CWJ
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE TERMINAL BASES OF MAMMALIAN INTRONS ARE RETAINED IN INOSINE-CONTAINING PRE-MESSENGER-RNAS

      EMBO journal
    74. SIPICZKI M
      PHYLOGENESIS OF FISSION YEASTS - CONTRADICTIONS SURROUNDING THE ORIGIN OF A CENTURY OLD GENUS

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    75. ZHANG MQ; MARR TG
      FISSION YEAST GENE STRUCTURE AND RECOGNITION

      Nucleic acids research
    76. NORTON PA
      POLYPYRIMIDINE TRACT SEQUENCES DIRECT SELECTION OF ALTERNATIVE BRANCHSITES AND INFLUENCE PROTEIN-BINDING

      Nucleic acids research
    77. FRANK DN; ROIHA H; GUTHRIE C
      ARCHITECTURE OF THE U5 SMALL NUCLEAR-RNA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    78. BIAMONTI G; RIVA S
      NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE AUXILIARY DOMAINS OF EUKARYOTIC RNA-BINDING PROTEINS

      FEBS letters
    79. IIDA Y
      QUANTIFICATION ANALYSIS OF 3'-SPLICE SIGNAL SEQUENCES IN MESSENGER-RNA PRECURSORS - MUTATIONS AND EXON SKIPPING IN RABBIT BETA-GLOBIN GENE

      Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan
    80. DATTA B; WEINER AM
      THE PHYLOGENETICALLY INVARIANT ACAGAGA AND AGC SEQUENCES OF U6 SMALL NUCLEAR-RNA ARE MORE TOLERANT OF MUTATION IN HUMAN-CELLS THAN IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    81. TAKAHASHI Y; URUSHIYAMA S; TANI T; OHSHIMA Y
      AN MESSENGER RNA-TYPE INTRON IS PRESENT IN THE RHODOTORULA-HASEGAWAE U2 SMALL NUCLEAR-RNA GENE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    82. CHEUNG PH; CULIC O; QIU YH; EARLEY K; THOMPSON N; HIXSON DC; LIN SH
      THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF C-CAM IS REQUIRED FOR C-CAM-MEDIATED ADHESION FUNCTION - STUDIES OF A C-CAM TRANSCRIPT CONTAINING AN UNSPLICED INTRON

      Biochemical journal
    83. SUH ER; WARING RB
      THE CONSERVED TERMINAL GUANOSINE OF A GROUP-I INTRON CAN HELP PREVENTREOPENING OF THE LIGATED EXONS

      Journal of Molecular Biology


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