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    1. Gultyaev, AP; van Batenburg, FHD; Pleij, CWA
      Selective pressures on RNA hairpins in vivo and in vitro

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    2. Lilley, DMJ
      Origins of RNA catalysis in the hairpin ribozyme

      CHEMBIOCHEM
    3. Wong, SK; Sato, S; Lazinski, DW
      Substrate recognition by ADAR1 and ADAR2

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    4. 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
    5. Doherty, EA; Doudna, JA
      Ribozyme structures and mechanisms

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOPHYSICS AND BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE
    6. Chuang, CH; Hsu, SC; Hsu, CL; Hsu, TC; Syu, WJ
      Construction of a tagging system for subcellular localization of proteins encoded by open reading frames

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    7. Takagi, Y; Warashina, M; Stec, WJ; Yoshinari, K; Taira, K
      Recent advances in the elucidation of the mechanisms of action of ribozymes

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    8. Fiedler, M; Roggendorf, M
      Vaccination against hepatitis delta virus infection: Studies in the woodchuck (Marmota monax) model

      INTERVIROLOGY
    9. Fiedler, M; Lu, MJ; Siegel, F; Whipple, J; Roggendorf, M
      Immunization of woodchucks (Marmota monax) with hepatitis delta virus DNA vaccine

      VACCINE
    10. Sakugawa, H; Nakasone, H; Nakayoshi, T; Kawakami, Y; Yamashiro, T; Maeshiro, T; Kinjo, F; Saito, A; Zukeran, H
      Hepatitis B virus concentrations in serum determined by sensitive quantitative assays in patients with established chronic hepatitis delta virus infection

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL VIROLOGY
    11. Diener, TO
      The viroid: Biological oddity or evolutionary fossil?

      ADVANCES IN VIRUS RESEARCH, VOL 57
    12. Liu, Y; Wolff, KC; Jacobs, BL; Samuel, CE
      Vaccinia virus E3L interferon resistance protein inhibits the interferon-induced adenosine deaminase A-to-I editing activity

      VIROLOGY
    13. Salehi-Ashtiani, K; Szostak, JW
      In vitro evolution suggests multiple origins for the hammerhead ribozyme

      NATURE
    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. Elena, SF; Dopazo, J; de la Pena, M; Flores, R; Diener, TO; Moya, A
      Phylogenetic analysis of viroid and viroid-like satellite RNAs from plants: A reassessment

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    16. Lafontaine, DA; Wilson, TJ; Norman, DG; Lilley, DMJ
      The A730 loop is an important component of the active site of the VS ribozyme

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    17. 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
    18. Moller-Jensen, J; Franch, T; Gerdes, K
      Temporal translational control by a metastable RNA structure

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Kato, Y; Kuwabara, T; Warashina, M; Toda, H; Taira, K
      Relationships between the activities in vitro and in vivo of various kindsof ribozyme and their intracellular localization in mammalian cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Ciesiolka, J; Wrzesinski, J; Legiewicz, M; Smolska, B; Dutkiewicz, M
      Ribozymes of the hepatitis delta virus: Recent findings on their structure, mechanism of catalysis and possible applications

      ACTA BIOCHIMICA POLONICA
    21. Bibillo, A; Figlerowicz, M; Ziomek, K; Kierzek, R
      The nonenzymatic hydrolysis of oligoribonucleotides VII. Structural elements affecting hydrolysis.

      NUCLEOSIDES NUCLEOTIDES & NUCLEIC ACIDS
    22. Zhao, ZY; Wilson, TJ; Maxwell, K; Lilley, DMJ
      The folding of the hairpin ribozyme: Dependence on the loops and the junction

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    23. Filipovska, J; Konarska, MM
      Specific HDV RNA-templated transcription by pol II in vitro

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    24. Wilson, WD; Li, K
      Targeting RNA with small molecules

      CURRENT MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    25. Milich, DR
      Transgenic technology and the study of hepatitis viruses: A review of whatwe have learned

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    26. Navarro, JA; Flores, R
      Characterization of the initiation sites of both polarity strands of a viroid RNA reveals a motif conserved in sequence and structure

      EMBO JOURNAL
    27. Nakayama, A; Warashina, M; Kuwabara, T; Taira, K
      Effects of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide on reactions catalyzed by maxizymes, a novel class of metalloenzymes

      JOURNAL OF INORGANIC BIOCHEMISTRY
    28. Doherty, EA; Doudna, JA
      Ribozyme structures and mechanisms

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    29. Flores, R; Daros, JA; Hernandez, C
      Avsunviroidae family: Viroids containing hammerhead ribozymes

      ADVANCES IN VIRUS RESEARCH, VOL 55
    30. Turner, PC
      Ribozymes - Their design and use in cancer

      CANCER GENE THERAPY
    31. Sheu, GT; Lai, MMC
      Recombinant hepatitis delta antigen from E-coli promotes hepatitis delta virus RNA replication only from the genomic strand but not the antigenomic strand

      VIROLOGY
    32. Lin, SS; Chang, SC; Wang, YH; Sun, CY; Chang, MF
      Specific interaction between the hepatitis delta virus RNA and glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase: An enhancement on ribozyme catalysis

      VIROLOGY
    33. Joyce, GF
      Perspectives: RNA structure - Ribozyme evolution at the crossroads

      SCIENCE
    34. Sun, LQ; Cairns, MJ; Saravolac, EG; Baker, A; Gerlach, WL
      Catalytic nucleic acids: From lab to applications

      PHARMACOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    35. Morcos, MM; Mikhail, TH; Hanna, WM; Abdel-Fattah, S; El-Rasad, MM; Wassef, EL
      The prevalence of delta virus infection in chronic liver disease in Egyptian children in comparison with some other countries

      PANMINERVA MEDICA
    36. Tang, J; Breaker, RR
      Structural diversity of self-cleaving ribozymes

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    37. Reid, CE; Lazinski, DW
      A host-specific function is required for ligation of a wide variety of ribozyme-processed RNAs

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    38. Jenkins, GM; Woelk, CH; Rambaut, A; Holmes, EC
      Testing the extent of sequence similarity among viroids, satellite RNAs, and hepatitis delta virus

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    39. Wittberger, D; Berens, C; Hammann, C; Westhof, E; Schroeder, R
      Evaluation of uranyl photocleavage as a probe to monitor ion binding and flexibility in RNAs

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    40. 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
    41. Wadkins, TS; Perrotta, AT; Ferre-D'Amare, AR; Doudna, JA; Been, MD
      A nested double pseudoknot is required for self-cleavage activity of both the genomic and antigenomic hepatitis delta virus ribozymes

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    42. Herbert, A; Rich, A
      RNA processing and the evolution of eukaryotes

      NATURE GENETICS
    43. Ferre-d'Amare, AR; Doudna, JA
      RNA FOLDS: Insights from recent crystal structures

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOPHYSICS AND BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE
    44. Lilley, DMJ
      Structure, folding and catalysis of the small nucleolytic ribozymes

      CURRENT OPINION IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    45. George, CX; Samuel, CE
      Characterization of the 5 '-flanking region of the human RNA-specific adenosine deaminase ADAR1 gene and identification of an interferon-inducible ADAR1 promoter

      GENE
    46. Famulok, M; Jenne, A
      Catalysis based on nucleic acid structures

      IMPLEMENTATION AND REDESIGN OF CATALYTIC FUNCTION IN BIOPOLYMERS
    47. Perrotta, AT; Nikiforova, O; Been, MD
      A conserved bulged adenosine in a peripheral duplex of the antigenomic HDVself-cleaving RNA reduces kinetic trapping of inactive conformations

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    48. Nishikawa, F; Roy, M; Fauzi, H; Nishikawa, S
      Detailed analysis of stem I and its 5 ' and 3 ' neighbor regions in the trans-acting HDV ribozyme

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    49. Veretnik, S; Gribskov, M
      RNA binding domain of HDV antigen is homologous to the HMG box of SRY

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    50. Taylor, JM
      Hepatitis delta virus

      INTERVIROLOGY
    51. Lerut, JP; Donataccio, M; Ciccarelli, O; Roggen, F; Jamart, J; Laterre, PF; Cornu, C; Mazza, D; Hanique, G; Rahier, J; Geubel, AP; Otte, JB
      Liver transplantation and HBsAg-positive postnecrotic cirrhosis: adequate immunoprophylaxis and delta virus co-infection as the significant determinants of long-term prognosis

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    52. Tanner, NK
      Ribozymes: the characteristics and properties of catalytic RNAs

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    53. Sakugawa, H; Nakasone, H; Nakayoshi, T; Kawakami, Y; Miyazato, S; Kinjo, F; Saito, A; Ma, SP; Hotta, H; Kinoshita, M
      Hepatitis delta virus genotype IIb predominates in an endemic area, Okinawa, Japan

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL VIROLOGY
    54. Perrotta, AT; Shih, IH; Been, MD
      Imidazole rescue of a cytosine mutation in a self-cleaving ribozyme

      SCIENCE
    55. Alekseenkova, VA; Savochkina, LP; Timofeeva, AV; Skrypina, NA; Bibilashvilil, RS; Heumann, H
      Permuted variants of the antigenomic HDV ribozyme

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    56. Tsai, MS; Hsu, YH; Lin, NS
      Bamboo mosaic potexvirus satellite RNA (satBaMV RNA)-encoded P20 protein preferentially binds to satBaMV RNA

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    57. Matysiak, M; Wrzesinski, J; Ciesiolka, J
      Sequential folding of the genomic ribozyme of the hepatitis delta virus: Structural analysis of RNA transcription intermediates

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    58. Liu, Y; Emeson, RB; Samuel, CE
      Serotonin-2C receptor pre-mRNA editing in rat brain and in vitro by splicesite variants of the interferon-inducible double-stranded RNA-specific adenosine deaminase ADAR1

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    59. Hwang, SB; Park, KJ
      Cell cycle arrest mediated by hepatitis delta antigen

      FEBS LETTERS
    60. NISWENDER CM
      RECENT ADVANCES IN MAMMALIAN RNA EDITING

      Cellular and molecular life sciences
    61. CUNHA C; MONJARDINO J; CHANG D; KRAUSE S; CARMOFONSECA M
      LOCALIZATION OF HEPATITIS-DELTA VIRUS-RNA IN THE NUCLEUS OF HUMAN-CELLS

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

      RNA
    63. RAINES K; GOTTLIEB PA
      ENZYMATIC INCORPORATION OF 2'-THIO-CTP INTO THE HDV RIBOZYME

      RNA
    64. Kumar, M; Carmichael, GG
      Antisense RNA: Function and fate of duplex RNA in cells of higher eukaryotes

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    65. MURRAY JB; SEYHAN AA; WALTER NG; BURKE JM; SCOTT WG
      THE HAMMERHEAD, HAIRPIN AND VS RIBOZYMES ARE CATALYTICALLY PROFICIENTIN MONOVALENT CATIONS ALONE

      Chemistry & biology
    66. MIAN IS; MOSER MJ; HOLLEY WR; CHATTERJEE A
      STATISTICAL MODELING AND PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF A DEAMINASE DOMAIN

      Journal of computational biology
    67. FAVRE A; SAINTOME C; FOURREY JL; CLIVIO P; LAUGAA P
      THIONUCLEOBASES AS INTRINSIC PHOTOAFFINITY PROBES OF NUCLEIC-ACID STRUCTURE AND NUCLEIC-ACID PROTEIN INTERACTIONS

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    68. NAKASONE H; SAKUGAWA H; SHOKITA H; NAKAYOSHI T; KAWAKAMI Y; KINJO F; SAITO A; SHINJO M; ADANIYA H; MIZUSHIMA T; TAIRA M
      PREVALENCE AND CLINICAL-FEATURES OF HEPATITIS-DELTA VIRUS-INFECTION IN THE MIYAKO ISLANDS, OKINAWA, JAPAN

      Journal of gastroenterology
    69. SEYHAN AA; AMARAL J; BURKE JM
      INTRACELLULAR RNA CLEAVAGE BY THE HAIRPIN RIBOZYME

      Nucleic acids research
    70. COTRINA M; BUTI M; JARDI R; QUER J; RODRIGUEZ F; PASCUAL C; ESTEBAN R; GUARDIA J
      HEPATITIS-DELTA GENOTYPES IN CHRONIC DELTA-INFECTION IN THE NORTHEASTOF SPAIN (CATALONIA)

      Journal of hepatology
    71. LEYRER S; NEUBERT WJ; SEDLMEIER R
      RAPID AND EFFICIENT RECOVERY OF SENDAI VIRUS FROM CDNA - FACTORS INFLUENCING RECOMBINANT VIRUS RESCUE

      Journal of virological methods
    72. NAVARRO B; DAROS JA; FLORES R
      REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION-POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION PROTOCOLS FOR CLONINGSMALL CIRCULAR RNAS

      Journal of virological methods
    73. LANGON T; PICHOUD C; HANTZ O; TREPO C; KAY A
      A NOVEL VECTOR FOR THE STUDY OF HEPATITIS-DELTA VIRUS-REPLICATION

      Journal of virological methods
    74. Dingle, K; Moraleda, G; Bichko, V; Taylor, J
      Electrophoretic analysis of the ribonucleoproteins of hepatitis delta virus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGICAL METHODS
    75. FATTOVICH G; RIBERO ML; FAVARATO S; AZZARIO F; DONATO F; GIUSTINA G; FASOLA M; PANTALENA M; PORTERA G; TAGGER A
      INFLUENCE OF GB-VIRUS-C HEPATITIS-G VIRUS-INFECTION ON THE LONG-TERM COURSE OF CHRONIC HEPATITIS-B

      Liver
    76. WU TT; SU YH; BLOCK TM; TAYLOR JM
      ATYPICAL SPLICING OF THE LATENCY-ASSOCIATED TRANSCRIPTS OF HERPES-SIMPLEX TYPE-1

      Virology
    77. FELDSTEIN PA; HU Y; OWENS RA
      PRECISELY FULL-LENGTH, CIRCULARIZABLE, COMPLEMENTARY RNA - AN INFECTIOUS FORM OF POTATO SPINDLE TUBER VIROID

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    78. GLENN JS; MARSTERS JC; GREENBERG HB
      USE OF A PRENYLATION INHIBITOR AS A NOVEL ANTIVIRAL AGENT

      Journal of virology (Print)
    79. LEGAULT P; HOOGSTRATEN CG; METLITZKY E; PARDI A
      ORDER, DYNAMICS AND METAL-BINDING IN THE LEAD-DEPENDENT RIBOZYME

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    80. FERREDAMARE AR; ZHOU KH; DOUDNA JA
      A GENERAL MODULE FOR RNA CRYSTALLIZATION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    81. PERROTTA AT; BEEN MD
      A TOGGLE DUPLEX IN HEPATITIS-DELTA VIRUS SELF-CLEAVING RNA THAT STABILIZES AN INACTIVE AND A SALT-DEPENDENT PRO-ACTIVE RIBOZYME CONFORMATION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    82. RASTOGI T; COLLINS RA
      SMALLER, FASTER RIBOZYMES REVEAL THE CATALYTIC CORE OF NEUROSPORA VS RNA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    83. WU HN; LEE JY; PING YH; WANG CN
      THE EFFECT OF LP3 ENLARGEMENT ON THE FOLDING AND CATALYSIS OF HEPATITIS-DELTA VIRUS CIS-CLEAVING RIBOZYME

      FEBS letters
    84. KUIMELIS RG; MCLAUGHLIN LW
      MECHANISMS OF RIBOZYME-MEDIATED RNA CLEAVAGE

      Chemical reviews
    85. JAMES HA; GIBSON I
      THE THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF RIBOZYMES

      Blood
    86. Hilbers, CW; Michiels, PJA; Heus, HA
      New developments in structure determination of pseudoknots

      BIOPOLYMERS
    87. FAUZI H; CHIBA A; NISHIKAWA F; ROY M; KAWAKAMI J; NISHIKAWA S
      MINIMIZATION OF GENOMIC HUMAN HEPATITIS-DELTA VIRUS RIBOZYME

      Analytica chimica acta
    88. WALTER NG; BURKE JM
      REAL-TIME MONITORING OF HAIRPIN RIBOZYME KINETICS THROUGH BASE-SPECIFIC QUENCHING OF FLUORESCEIN-LABELED SUBSTRATES

      RNA
    89. SMITH HC; GOTT JM; HANSON MR
      A GUIDE TO RNA EDITING

      RNA
    90. NEGRO F; PAPOTTI M; TARAGLIO S; RUBBIABRANDT L; GIOSTRA E; PACCHIONI D; RIZZETTO M
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEPATOCYTE PROLIFERATION AND HEPATITIS-DELTA VIRUS-REPLICATION IN NEOPLASTIC AND NONNEOPLASTIC LIVER-TISSUES

      Journal of viral hepatitis
    91. GEYER CR; SEN D
      EVIDENCE FOR THE METAL-COFACTOR INDEPENDENCE OF AN RNA PHOSPHODIESTER-CLEAVING DNA ENZYME

      Chemistry & biology
    92. BASS BL
      RNA EDITING AND HYPERMUTATION BY ADENOSINE DEAMINATION

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    93. DING B; KWON MO; HAMMOND R; OWENS R
      CELL-TO-CELL MOVEMENT OF POTATO SPINDLE TUBER VIROID

      Plant journal
    94. LIAW YF
      CURRENT THERAPEUTIC TRENDS IN THERAPY FOR CHRONIC VIRAL-HEPATITIS

      Journal of gastroenterology and hepatology
    95. SAKUGAWA H; NAKASONE H; SHIKITA H; KAWAKAMI Y; NAKACHI N; ADANIYA H; MIZUSHIMA T; NAKAYOSHI T; KINJO F; SAITO A; TAIRA M; TAKAESU H; ONGA N
      SEROEPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY ON HEPATITIS-DELTA VIRUS-INFECTION IN THE IRABU ISLANDS, OKINAWA, JAPAN

      Journal of gastroenterology and hepatology
    96. NISHIKAWA F; FAUZI H; NISHIKAWA S
      DETAILED ANALYSIS OF BASE PREFERENCES AT THE CLEAVAGE SITE OF A TRANS-ACTING HDV RIBOZYME - A MUTATION THAT CHANGES CLEAVAGE SITE-SPECIFICITY

      Nucleic acids research
    97. PRABHU NS; DINTERGOTTLIEB G; GOTTLIEB PA
      SINGLE SUBSTITUTIONS OF PHOSPHOROTHIOATES IN THE HDV RIBOZYME G73 DEFINE REGIONS NECESSARY FOR OPTIMAL SELF-CLEAVING ACTIVITY

      Nucleic acids research
    98. SYMONS RH
      PLANT-PATHOGENIC RNAS AND RNA CATALYSIS

      Nucleic acids research
    99. KOLK MH; HEUS HA; HILBERS CW
      THE STRUCTURE OF THE ISOLATED, CENTRAL HAIRPIN OF THE HDV ANTIGENOMICRIBOZYME - NOVEL STRUCTURAL FEATURES AND SIMILARITY OF THE LOOP IN THE RIBOZYME AND FREE IN SOLUTION

      EMBO journal
    100. SAGNELLI E; STROFFOLINI T; ASCIONE A; CHIARAMONTE M; CRAXI A; GIUSTI G; PICCININO F; AMITRANO L; ANDREANA A; CAPORASO N; GAETA GB; LANZA AG; LOGUERCIO C; MOGAVERO AR; MORISCO F; NARDIELLO S; RUSSO M; DISANTOLO S; ZAMPINO R; CONOSCITORE P; GIULIANI A; GUGLIELMI V; MANGHISI OG; PASTORE G; SANTANTONIO T; COLLELA F; DIGIACOMO C; DIVIRGILIO D; LECCE R; MARINUCCI G; TALIANI G; DIMARCO V; FERRARI O; FRENI MA; LONGO G; PISTORIO G; RAIMONDO G; ROMEO F; SPADARO A; FABRIS P; FATTOVICH G; GIULIANO G; LOBELLO S; MARRANCONI F; BIANCHI FB; FORNACIARI G; MURATORI L; PLANCHER AC; INCANDELA L; TOTI M; BARDELLINI E; PICCIOTTO A; ROSINA F; SARACCO G; VERME G; BRUNO S; CROSIGNANI C; PACCHETTI S; PARRAVICINI ML
      DECREASE IN HDV ENDEMICITY IN ITALY

      Journal of hepatology


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