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    1. Nam, YS; Petrovic, A; Jeong, KS; Venkatesan, S
      Exchange of the basic domain of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 Rev for a polyarginine stretch expands the RNA binding specificity, and a minimalarginine cluster is required for optimal RRE RNA binding affinity, nuclearaccumulation, and trans-activation

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    2. Ristea, S; Dobbelstein, M; Roth, J
      Rev protein of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 and cellular exportin 1protein relocalize each other to a subnucleolar structure

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    3. Jeong, KS; Nam, YS; Venkatesan, S
      Deletions near the N-terminus of HIV-1 Rev reduce RNA binding affinity anddominantly interfere with Rev function irrespective of the RNA target

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    4. Symensma, TL; Baskerville, S; Yan, A; Ellington, AD
      Polyvalent Rev decoys act as artificial Rev-responsive elements

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    5. SCHATZ O; OFT M; DASCHER C; SCHEBESTA M; ROSORIUS O; JAKSCHE H; DOBROVNIK M; BEVEC D; HAUBER J
      INTERACTION OF THE HIV-1 REV COFACTOR EUKARYOTIC INITIATION-FACTOR 5AWITH RIBOSOMAL-PROTEIN L5

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    6. HAKATA Y; UMEMOTO T; MATSUSHITA S; SHIDA H
      INVOLVEMENT OF HUMAN CRM1 (EXPORTIN-1) IN THE EXPORT AND MULTIMERIZATION OF THE REX PROTEIN OF HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1

      Journal of virology
    7. PING YH; LIU YP; WANG XL; NEENHOLD HR; RANA TM
      DYNAMICS OF RNA-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN THE HIV-1 REV-RRE COMPLEX VISUALIZED BY 6-THIOGUANOSINE-MEDIATED PHOTO-CROSS-LINKING

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

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    9. HENDRIX M; PRIESTLEY ES; JOYCE GF; WONG CH
      DIRECT OBSERVATION OF AMINOGLYCOSIDE-RNA INTERACTIONS BY SURFACE-PLASMON RESONANCE

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    10. KIM JH; MCLINDEN RJ; MOSCA JD; VAHEY MT; GREENE WC; REDFIELD RR
      INHIBITION OF HIV REPLICATION BY SENSE AND ANTISENSE REV RESPONSE ELEMENTS IN HIV-BASED RETROVIRAL VECTORS

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes and human retrovirology
    11. BOGERD HP; FRIDELL RA; BENSON RE; HUA J; CULLEN BR
      PROTEIN-SEQUENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR FUNCTION OF THE HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1 REX NUCLEAR EXPORT SIGNAL DELINEATED BY A NOVEL IN-VIVO RANDOMIZATION-SELECTION ASSAY

      Molecular and cellular biology
    12. BEVEC D; JAKSCHE H; OFT M; WOHL T; HIMMELSPACH M; PACHER A; SCHEBESTA M; KOETTNITZ K; DOBROVNIK M; CSONGA R; LOTTSPEICH F; HAUBER J
      INHIBITION OF HIV-1 REPLICATION IN LYMPHOCYTES BY MUTANTS OF THE REV COFACTOR EIF-5A

      Science
    13. FRIDELL RA; BOGERD HP; CULLEN BR
      NUCLEAR EXPORT OF LATE HIV-1 MESSENGER-RNAS OCCURS VIA A CELLULAR PROTEIN EXPORT PATHWAY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    14. FRIDELL RA; FISCHER U; LUHRMANN R; MEYER BE; MEINKOTH JL; MALIM MH; CULLEN BR
      AMPHIBIAN TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR IIIA PROTEINS CONTAIN A SEQUENCE ELEMENT FUNCTIONALLY EQUIVALENT TO THE NUCLEAR EXPORT SIGNAL OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    15. SYMENSMA TL; GIVER L; ZAPP M; TAKLE GB; ELLINGTON AD
      RNA APTAMERS SELECTED TO BIND HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REVIN-VITRO ARE REV RESPONSIVE IN-VIVO

      Journal of virology
    16. ZEMMEL RW; KELLEY AC; KARN J; BUTLER PJG
      FLEXIBLE REGIONS OF RNA STRUCTURE FACILITATE COOPERATIVE REV ASSEMBLYON THE REV-RESPONSE ELEMENT

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    17. DAGOSTINO DM; CIMINALE V; PAVLAKIS GN; CHIECOBIANCHI L
      INTRACELLULAR TRAFFICKING OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV PROTEIN - INVOLVEMENT OF CONTINUED RIBOSOMAL-RNA SYNTHESIS IN NUCLEAR RETENTION

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    18. RENWICK SB; CRITCHLEY AD; ADAMS CJ; KELLY SM; PRICE NC; STOCKLEY PG
      PROBING THE DETAILS OF THE HIV-1 REV-REV-RESPONSIVE ELEMENT INTERACTION - EFFECTS OF MODIFIED NUCLEOTIDES ON PROTEIN AFFINITY AND CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES DURING COMPLEX-FORMATION

      Biochemical journal
    19. BOGERD HP; FRIDELL RA; MADORE S; CULLEN BR
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL CELLULAR COFACTOR FOR THE REV REX CLASS OF RETROVIRAL REGULATORY PROTEINS/

      Cell
    20. NEMEROFF ME; QIAN XY; KRUG RM
      THE INFLUENZA-VIRUS NS1 PROTEIN FORMS MULTIMERS IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      Virology
    21. BERCHTOLD S; HORNUNG U; AEPINUS C
      THE ACTIVATION DOMAIN OF SIMIAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS SIVMAC239 REV PROTEIN IS STRUCTURALLY AND FUNCTIONALLY ANALOGOUS TO THE HIV-1 REV ACTIVATION DOMAIN

      Virology
    22. KATAHIRA J; ISHIZAKI T; SAKAI H; ADACHI A; SHIDA H
      EFFECTS OF TRANSLATION INITIATION-FACTOR EIF-5A ON THE FUNCTIONING OFHUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-I REX AND HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS REV INHIBITED TRANS DOMINANTLY BY A REX MUTANT DEFICIENT IN RNA-BINDING

      Journal of virology
    23. DALY TJ; DOTEN RC; RUSCHE JR; AUER M
      THE AMINO-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF HIV-1 REV IS REQUIRED FOR DISCRIMINATIONOF THE RRE FROM NONSPECIFIC RNA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    24. JENSEN TH; LEFFERS H; KJEMS J
      INTERMOLECULAR BINDING-SITES OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV PROTEIN DETERMINED BY PROTEIN FOOTPRINTING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    25. WEISS B; GEIGENMULLERGNIRKE U; SCHLESINGER S
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SINDBIS VIRUS RNAS AND A 68 AMINO-ACID DERIVATIVE OF THE VIRAL CAPSID PROTEIN FURTHER DEFINES THE CAPSID BINDING-SITE

      Nucleic acids research
    26. PRITCHARD CE; GRASBY JA; HAMY F; ZACHAREK AM; SINGH M; KARN J; GAIT MJ
      METHYLPHOSPHONATE MAPPING OF PHOSPHATE CONTACTS CRITICAL FOR RNA RECOGNITION BY THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TAT AND REV PROTEINS

      Nucleic acids research
    27. RICHARD N; IACAMPO S; COCHRANE A
      HIV-1 REV IS CAPABLE OF SHUTTLING BETWEEN THE NUCLEUS AND CYTOPLASM

      Virology
    28. BERCHTOLD S; RIES J; HORNUNG U; AEPINUS C
      EXCHANGE OF FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS BETWEEN REV PROTEINS OF HIV-1 AND SIVMAC239 RESULTS IN A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE PHENOTYPE

      Virology
    29. MADORE SJ; TILEY LS; MALIM MH; CULLEN BR
      SEQUENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR REV MULTIMERIZATION IN-VIVO

      Virology
    30. BURD CG; DREYFUSS G
      CONSERVED STRUCTURES AND DIVERSITY OF FUNCTIONS OF RNA-BINDING PROTEINS

      Science
    31. LUO Y; YU HF; PETERLIN BM
      CELLULAR PROTEIN MODULATES EFFECTS OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV

      Journal of virology
    32. KIMURA T; OHYAMA A
      INTERACTION WITH THE REV RESPONSE ELEMENT ALONG AN EXTENDED STEM-I DUPLEX STRUCTURE IS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV-MEDIATED TRANSACTIVATION IN-VIVO

      Journal of Biochemistry
    33. PETERSON RD; BARTEL DP; SZOSTAK JW; HORVATH SJ; FEIGON J
      H-1-NMR STUDIES OF THE HIGH-AFFINITY REV BINDING-SITE OF THE REV RESPONSIVE ELEMENT OF HIV-1 MESSENGER-RNA - BASE FAIRING IN THE CORE BINDING-ELEMENT

      Biochemistry
    34. AUER M; GREMLICH HU; SEIFERT JM; DALY TJ; PARSLOW TG; CASARI G; GSTACH H
      HELIX-LOOP-HELIX MOTIF IN HIV-1 REV

      Biochemistry
    35. KREUSEL J; AEPINUS C; LANG S; BENINGA J; PRENZEL S; FLECKENSTEIN B
      MOUSE MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES RECOGNIZING THE ACTIVATION DOMAIN OF HIV-1 REV TRANSACTIVATOR

      Molecular and cellular probes
    36. COLE JL; GEHMAN JD; SHAFER JA; KUO LC
      SOLUTION OLIGOMERIZATION OF THE REV PROTEIN OF HIV-1 - IMPLICATIONS FOR FUNCTION

      Biochemistry
    37. DALY TJ; RENNERT P; LYNCH P; BARRY JK; DUNDAS M; RUSCHE JR; DOTEN RC; AUER M; FARRINGTON GK
      PERTURBATION OF THE CARBOXY-TERMINUS OF HIV-1 REV AFFECTS MULTIMERIZATION ON THE REV RESPONSIVE ELEMENT

      Biochemistry


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