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    1. Toor, N; Hausner, G; Zimmerly, S
      Coevolution of group II intron RNA structures with their intron-encoded reverse transcriptases

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    2. Fay, MJ; Walter, NG; Burke, JM
      Imaging of single hairpin ribozymes in solution by atomic force microscopy

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    3. Soukup, GA; DeRose, EC; Koizumi, M; Breaker, RR
      Generating new ligand-binding RNAs by affinity maturation and disintegration of allosteric ribozymes

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    4. O'Rear, JL; Wang, SL; Feig, AL; Beigelman, L; Uhlenbeck, OC; Herschlag, D
      Comparison of the hammerhead cleavage reactions stimulated by monovalent and divalent cations

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    5. Heide, C; Busch, S; Feltens, R; Hartmann, RK
      Distinct modes of mature and precursor tRNA binding to Escherichia coli RNase P RNA revealed by NAIM analyses

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    6. Tereshko, V; Wallace, ST; Usman, N; Wincott, FE; Egli, M
      X-ray crystallographic observation of "in-line" and "adjacent" conformations in a bulged self-cleaving RNA/DNA hybrid

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    7. Zhang, L; Sun, LL; Cui, ZY; Gottlieb, RL; Zhang, BL
      5 '-sulfhydryl-modified RNA: Initiator synthesis, in vitro transcription, and enzymatic incorporation

      BIOCONJUGATE CHEMISTRY
    8. Belmont, P; Constant, JF; Demeunynck, M
      Nucleic acid conformation diversity: from structure to function and regulation

      CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS
    9. Kruger, M; Beger, C; Welch, PJ; Barber, JR; Wong-Staal, F
      C-SPACE (cleavage-specific amplification of cDNA ends): a novel method of ribozyme-mediated gene identification

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    10. Swisher, J; Duarte, DM; Su, LJ; Pyle, AM
      Visualizing the solvent-inaccessible core of a group II intron ribozyme

      EMBO JOURNAL
    11. Jenkins, BD; Barkan, A
      Recruitment of a peptidyl-tRNA hydrolase as a facilitator of group II intron splicing in chloroplasts

      EMBO JOURNAL
    12. Shih, IH; Been, MD
      Energetic contribution of non-essential 5 ' sequence to catalysis in a hepatitis delta virus ribozyme

      EMBO JOURNAL
    13. Ananvoranich, S; Fiola, K; Ouellet, J; Deschenes, P; Perreault, JP
      Kinetic analysis of bimolecular hepatitis delta ribozyme

      RIBONUCLEASES, PT A
    14. Alekseenkova, VA; Belyanko, TI; Timofeeva, AV; Savochkina, LP; Heumann, H; Beabealashvilli, RS
      Kinetic self-cleavage models for permuted variants of the antigenomic HDV ribozyme

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Yen, LS; Gonzalez-Zulueta, M; Feldman, A; Yuan, Y; Fryer, H; Dawson, T; Dawson, V; Kalb, RG
      Reduction of functional N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors in neurons by RNaseP-mediated cleavage of the NR1 mRNA

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    16. Scott, WG
      Ribozyme catalysis via orbital steering

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    17. Maguire, JL; Collins, RA
      Effects of cobalt hexammine on folding and self-cleavage of the NeurosporaVS ribozyme

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    18. Geese, WJ; Waring, RB
      A comprehensive characterization of a group IB intron and its encoded maturase reveals that protein-assisted splicing requires an almost intact intron RNA

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Caprara, MG; Myers, CA; Lambowitz, AM
      Interaction of the Neurospora crassa mitochondrial tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase(CYT-18 protein) with the group I intron P4-P6 domain. Thermodynamic analysis and the role of metal ions

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    20. Wadkins, TS; Shih, IH; Perrotta, AT; Been, MD
      A pH-sensitive RNA tertiary interaction affects self-cleavage activity of the HDV ribozymes in the absence of added divalent metal ion

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    21. Kim, H; Poelling, RR; Leeper, TC; Meyer, MA; Schmidt, FJ
      In vitro transactivation of Bacillus subtilis RNase P RNA

      FEBS LETTERS
    22. Hori, Y; Sakai, E; Tanaka, T; Kikuchi, Y
      Hyperprocessing reaction of tRNA by Bacillus subtilis ribonuclease P ribozyme

      FEBS LETTERS
    23. Bourdeau, V; Paquin, B; Cedergren, R; Delihas, N
      Cleavage of mitochondria-like transfer RNAs expressed in Escherichia coli

      FEBS LETTERS
    24. Tanaka, T; Baba, H; Hori, Y; Kikuchi, Y
      Guide DNA technique reveals that the protein component of bacterial ribonuclease P is a modifier for substrate recognition

      FEBS LETTERS
    25. Stathopoulos, C; Tekos, A; Zarkadis, IK; Drainas, D
      Extensive deproteinization of Dictyostelium discoideum RNase P reveals a new catalytic activity

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    26. Szyrach, M; Munchberg, FE; Riehle, H; Nordheim, A; Krauter, J; Nagel, S; Heil, G; Heidenreich, O
      Cleavage of AML1/MTG8 by asymmetric hammerhead ribozymes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Flynn-Charlebois, A; Lee, N; Suga, H
      A single metal ion plays structural and chemical roles in an aminoacyl-transferase ribozyme

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    28. Lee, N; Suga, H
      Essential roles of innersphere metal ions for the formation of the glutamine binding site in a bifunctional ribozyme

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    29. Hori, Y; Bichenkova, EV; Wilton, AN; El-Attug, MN; Sadat-Ebrahimi, S; Tanaka, T; Kikuchi, Y; Araki, M; Sugiura, Y; Douglas, KT
      Synthetic inhibitors of the processing of pretransfer RNA by the ribonuclease P ribozyme: Enzyme inhibitors which act by binding to substrate

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    30. Dunkel, M; Reither, V
      Replacement of the phosphodiester bond between U4 and G5 in the U-turn of a chemically modified hammerhead ribozyme by an amide bond

      NUCLEOSIDES NUCLEOTIDES & NUCLEIC ACIDS
    31. Shan, SO; Herschlag, D
      An unconventional origin of metal-ion rescue and inhibition in the Tetrahymena group I ribozyme reaction

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    32. Thomas, BC; Li, XQ; Gegenheimer, P
      Chloroplast ribonuclease P does not utilize the ribozyme-type pre-tRNA cleavage mechanism

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    33. Vitiello, D; Pecchia, DB; Burke, JM
      Intracellular ribozyme-catalyzed trans-cleavage of RNA monitored by fluorescence resonance energy transfer

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    34. Altman, S; Gopalan, V; Vioque, A
      Varieties of RNase P: A nomenclature problem?

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    35. Mikheeva, S; Murray, HL; Zhou, H; Turczyk, BM; Jarrell, KA
      Deletion of a conserved dinucleotide inhibits the second step of group II intron splicing

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    36. Deschenes, P; Lafontaine, DA; Charland, S; Perreault, JP
      Nucleotides-1 to-4 of hepatitis delta ribozyme substrate increase the specificity of ribozyme cleavage

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    37. Beaudry, A; DeFoe, J; Zinnen, S; Burgin, A; Beigelman, L
      In vitro selection of a novel nuclease-resistant RNA phosphodiesterase

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    38. Yoshida, A; Shan, S; Herschlag, D; Piccirilli, JA
      The role of the cleavage site 2 '-hydroxyl in the Tetrahymena group I ribozyme reaction

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    39. Ralston, CY; He, Q; Brenowitz, M; Chance, MR
      Stability and cooperativity of individual tertiary contacts in RNA revealed through chemical denaturation

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    40. Caprara, MG; Nilsen, TW
      RNA: Versatility in form and function

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    41. Sengle, G; Jenne, A; Arora, PS; Seelig, B; Nowick, JS; Jaschke, A; Famulok, M
      Synthesis, incorporation efficiency, and stability of disulfide bridged functional groups at RNA 5 '-ends

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    42. Ralston, CY; Sclavi, B; Brenowitz, M; Sullivan, M; Chance, MR
      The early folding intermediates of the tetrahymena ribozyme are kinetically trapped

      JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE & DYNAMICS
    43. Hanczyc, MM; Dorit, RL
      Replicability and recurrence in the experimental evolution of a group I ribozyme

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    44. Kuo, TC; Herrin, DL
      Quantitative studies of Mn2+-promoted specific and non-specific cleavages of a large RNA: Mn2+-GAAA ribozymes and the evolution of small ribozymes

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    45. Kim, JY; Park, IK
      The flavin coenzymes: a new class of group I intron inhibitors

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENERAL SUBJECTS
    46. Liu, BL; Tabler, M; Tsagris, M
      Episomal expression of a hammerhead ribozyme directed against plum pox virus

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    47. Treiber, DK; Williamson, JR
      Kinetic oligonucleotide hybridization for monitoring kinetic folding of large RNAs

      RNA-LIGAND INTERACTIONS PT A
    48. Leclerc, F; Llorente, B; Cedergren, R
      Structure-function relationships of RNA: A modeling approach

      RNA-LIGAND INTERACTIONS PT A
    49. Shaw, LC; Whalen, PO; Drenser, KA; Yan, WM; Hauswirth, WW; Lewin, AS
      Ribozymes in treatment of inherited retinal disease

      VERTEBRATE PHOTOTRANSDUCTION AND THE VISUAL CYCLE, PT B
    50. Guerrier-Takada, C; Altman, S
      Inactivation of gene expression using ribonuclease P and external guide sequences

      ANTISENSE TECHNOLOGY, PT A
    51. Welz, R; Schmidt, C; Muller, S
      Rational design and synthesis of ribozymes

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    52. Collins, LJ; Moulton, V; Penny, D
      Use of RNA secondary structure for studying the evolution of RNase P and RNase MRP

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    53. Komatsu, Y; Yamashita, S; Kazama, N; Nobuoka, K; Ohtsuka, E
      Construction of new ribozymes requiring short regulator oligonucleotides as a cofactor

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    54. Murray, JB; Scott, WG
      Does a single metal ion bridge the A-9 and scissile phosphate groups in the catalytically active hammerhead ribozyme structure?

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    55. 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
    56. Ancel, LW; Fontana, W
      Plasticity, evolvability, and modularity in RNA

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    57. Kilani, AF; Trang, P; Jo, S; Hsu, A; Kim, J; Nepomuceno, E; Liou, K; Liu, FY
      RNase P ribozymes selected in vitro to cleave a viral mRNA effectively inhibit its expression in cell culture

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    58. Dai, XC; Joyce, GF
      In vitro evolution of a ribozyme that contains 5-bromouridine

      HELVETICA CHIMICA ACTA
    59. Shih, IH; Been, MD
      Kinetic scheme for intermolecular RNA cleavage by a ribozyme derived from hepatitis delta virus RNA

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    60. Shih, IH; Been, MD
      Ribozyme cleavage of a 2 ',5 '-phosphodiester linkage: Mechanism and a restricted divalent metal-ion requirement

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    61. Ke, N; Gao, X; Keeney, JB; Boeke, JD; Voytas, DF
      The yeast retrotransposon Ty5 uses the anticodon stem-loop of the initiator methionine tRNA as a primer for reverse transcription

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    62. Muotri, AR; Pereira, LD; Vasques, LD; Menck, CFM
      Ribozymes and the anti-gene therapy: how a catalytic RNA can be used to inhibit gene function

      GENE
    63. Roy, G; Ananvoranich, S; Perreault, JP
      Delta ribozyme has the ability to cleave in trans an mRNA

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    64. Scott, EC; Uhlenbeck, OC
      A re-investigation of the thio effect at the hammerhead cleavage site

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    65. Brion, P; Michel, F; Schroeder, R; Westhof, E
      Analysis of the cooperative thermal unfolding of the td intron of bacteriophage T4

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    66. Khan, AU; Lal, SK
      Ribozymes: structure and potential applications in medicine

      MEDICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH
    67. Tanner, NK
      Ribozymes: the characteristics and properties of catalytic RNAs

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    68. Rook, MS; Treiber, DK; Williamson, JR
      An optimal Mg2+ concentration for kinetic folding of the Tetrahymena ribozyme

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

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    70. Ho, YG; Waring, RB
      The maturase encoded by a group I intron from Aspergillus nidulans stabilizes RNA tertiary structure and promotes rapid splicing

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    71. Brannvall, M; Kirsebom, LA
      Manganese ions induce miscleavage in the Escherichia coli RNase P RNA-catalyzed reaction

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    72. Ryder, SP; Strobel, SA
      Nucleotide analog interference mapping of the hairpin ribozyme: Implications for secondary and tertiary structure formation

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    73. Frimerman, A; Welch, PJ; Jin, XM; Eigler, N; Yei, SP; Forrester, J; Honda, H; Makkar, R; Barber, J; Litvack, F
      Chimeric DNA-RNA hammerhead ribozyme to proliferating cell nuclear antigenreduces stent-induced stenosis in a porcine coronary model

      CIRCULATION
    74. Eckstein, F; Bramlage, B
      The hammerhead ribozyme

      BIOPOLYMERS
    75. Fang, XW; Pan, T; Sosnick, TR
      A thermodynamic framework and cooperativity in the tertiary folding of a Mg2+-dependent ribozyme

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    76. Narlikar, GJ; Bartley, LE; Khosla, M; Herschlag, D
      Characterization of a local folding event of the Tetrahymena group I ribozyme: Effects of oligonucleotide substrate length pH, and temperature on thetwo substrate binding steps

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    77. Silverman, SK; Cech, TR
      RNA tertiary folding monitored by fluorescence of covalently attached pyrene

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    78. Bibillo, A; Ziomek, K; Figlerowicz, M; Kierzek, R
      Nonenzymatic hydrolysis of oligoribonucleotides. V. The elements affectingthe process of self-hydrolysis

      ACTA BIOCHIMICA POLONICA
    79. STAGEZIMMERMANN TK; UHLENBECK OC
      HAMMERHEAD RIBOZYME KINETICS

      RNA
    80. LEMIEUX S; CHARTRAND P; CEDERGREN R; MAJOR F
      MODELING ACTIVE RNA STRUCTURES USING THE INTERSECTION OF CONFORMATIONAL SPACE - APPLICATION TO THE LEAD-ACTIVATED RIBOZYME

      RNA
    81. LIU YH; SYMONS RH
      SPECIFIC RNA SELF-CLEAVAGE IN COCONUT CADANG CADANG VIROID - POTENTIAL FOR A ROLE IN ROLLING CIRCLE REPLICATION

      RNA
    82. HANCZYC MM; DORIT RL
      EXPERIMENTAL EVOLUTION OF COMPLEXITY - IN-VITRO EMERGENCE OF INTERMOLECULAR RIBOZYME INTERACTIONS

      RNA
    83. ZHANG BL; CECH TR
      PEPTIDYL-TRANSFERASE RIBOZYMES - TRANS REACTIONS, STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION AND RIBOSOMAL RNA-LIKE FEATURES

      Chemistry & biology
    84. MURRAY JB; SEYHAN AA; WALTER NG; BURKE JM; SCOTT WG
      THE HAMMERHEAD, HAIRPIN AND VS RIBOZYMES ARE CATALYTICALLY PROFICIENTIN MONOVALENT CATIONS ALONE

      Chemistry & biology
    85. JENNE A; FAMULOK M
      A NOVEL RIBOZYME WITH ESTER TRANSFERASE-ACTIVITY

      Chemistry & biology
    86. CHAMBERLAIN JR; LEE Y; LANE WS; ENGELKE DR
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE NUCLEAR RNASE-P HOLOENZYME COMPLEX REVEALS EXTENSIVE SUBUNIT OVERLAP WITH RNASE MRP

      Genes & development
    87. MORIMOTO K; AKAMINE T; TAKAMATSU F; KAWAI A
      STUDIES ON RABIES VIRUS-RNA POLYMERASE - 1 - CDNA CLONING OF THE CATALYTIC SUBUNIT (L PROTEIN) OF AVIRULENT HEP-FLURY STRAIN AND ITS EXPRESSION IN ANIMAL-CELLS

      Microbiology and immunology
    88. Takamatsu, F; Asakawa, N; Morimoto, K; Takeuchi, K; Eriguchi, Y; Toriumi, H; Kawai, A
      Studies on the rabies virus RNA polymerase: 2. Possible relationships between the two forms of the non-catalytic subunit (P protein)

      MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    89. NIRANJANAKUMARI S; KURZ JC; FIERKE CA
      EXPRESSION, PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RECOMBINANT RIBONUCLEASE-P PROTEIN-COMPONENT FROM BACILLUS-SUBTILIS

      Nucleic acids research
    90. WALTER NG; HAMPEL KJ; BROWN KM; BURKE JM
      TERTIARY STRUCTURE FORMATION IN THE HAIRPIN RIBOZYME MONITORED BY FLUORESCENCE RESONANCE ENERGY-TRANSFER

      EMBO journal
    91. KOSEKI S; OHKAWA J; YAMAMOTO R; TAKEBE Y; TAIRA K
      A SIMPLE ASSAY SYSTEM FOR EXAMINATION OF THE INHIBITORY POTENTIAL IN-VIVO OF DECOY RNAS, RIBOZYMES AND OTHER DRUGS BY MEASURING THE TAT-MEDIATED TRANSCRIPTION OF A FUSION GENE COMPOSED OF THE LONG TERMINAL REPEAT OF HIV-1 AND A GENE FOR LUCIFERASE

      Journal of controlled release
    92. MURRAY JB; TERWEY DP; MALONEY L; KARPEISKY A; USMAN N; BEIGELMAN L; SCOTT WG
      THE STRUCTURAL BASIS OF HAMMERHEAD RIBOZYME SELF-CLEAVAGE

      Cell
    93. STAMS T; NIRANJANAKUMARI S; FIERKE CA; CHRISTIANSON DW
      RIBONUCLEASE-P PROTEIN-STRUCTURE - EVOLUTIONARY ORIGINS IN THE TRANSLATIONAL APPARATUS

      Science
    94. LOTT WB; PONTIUS BW; VONHIPPEL PH
      A 2-METAL ION MECHANISM OPERATES IN THE HAMMERHEAD RIBOZYME-MEDIATED CLEAVAGE OF AN RNA SUBSTRATE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    95. YANG Q; GOLDSTEIN IJ; MEI HY; ENGELKE DR
      DNA LIGANDS THAT BIND TIGHTLY AND SELECTIVELY TO CELLOBIOSE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    96. LEON PE
      INHIBITION OF RIBOZYMES BY DEOXYRIBONUCLEOTIDES AND THE ORIGIN OF DNA

      Journal of molecular evolution
    97. LEGAULT P; HOOGSTRATEN CG; METLITZKY E; PARDI A
      ORDER, DYNAMICS AND METAL-BINDING IN THE LEAD-DEPENDENT RIBOZYME

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    98. HOOGSTRATEN CG; LEGAULT P; PARDI A
      NMR SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF THE LEAD-DEPENDENT RIBOZYME - EVIDENCE FOR DYNAMICS IN RNA CATALYSIS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    99. SOOD VD; BEATTIE TL; COLLINS RA
      IDENTIFICATION OF PHOSPHATE GROUPS INVOLVED IN METAL-BINDING AND TERTIARY INTERACTIONS IN THE CORE OF THE NEUROSPORA VS RIBOZYME

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    100. HOCH I; BERENS C; WESTHOF E; SCHROEDER R
      ANTIBIOTIC INHIBITION OF RNA CATALYSIS - NEOMYCIN-B BINDS TO THE CATALYTIC CORE OF THE TD GROUP-I INTRON DISPLACING ESSENTIAL METAL-IONS

      Journal of Molecular Biology


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