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    1. Li, TH; Schmid, CW
      Differential stress induction of individual Alu loci: implications for transcription and retrotransposition

      GENE
    2. Speek, M
      Antisense promoter of human L1 retrotransposon drives transcription of adjacent cellular genes

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Wei, W; Gilbert, N; Ooi, SL; Lawler, JF; Ostertag, EM; Kazazian, HH; Boeke, JD; Moran, JV
      Human L1 retrotransposition: cis preference versus trans complementation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Prak, ETL; Kazazian, HH
      Mobile elements and the human genome

      NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS
    5. Boissinot, S; Chevret, P; Furano, AV
      L1 (LINE-1) retrotransposon evolution and amplification in recent human history

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    6. Tchenio, T; Casella, JF; Heidmann, T
      Members of the SRY family regulate the human LINE retrotransposons

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    7. Wei, W; Morrish, TA; Alisch, RS; Moran, JV
      A transient assay reveals that cultured human cells can accommodate multiple LINE-1 retrotransposition events

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Werle-Schneider, G; von Brevern, MC; Sylla, BS; Hollstein, MC
      De novo retrotransposition of unbiased sequences in a human breast cancer cell clone

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    9. Kimberland, ML; Divoky, V; Prchal, J; Schwahn, U; Berger, W; Kazazian, HH
      Full-length human L1 insertions retain the capacity for high frequency retrotransposition in cultured cells

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    10. Moran, JV; DeBerardinis, RJ; Kazazian, HH
      Exon shuffling by L1 retrotransposition

      SCIENCE
    11. Moran, JV
      Human L1 retrotransposition: insights and peculiarities learned from a cultured cell retrotransposition assay

      GENETICA
    12. MIKI Y
      RETROTRANSPOSAL INTEGRATION OF MOBILE GENETIC ELEMENTS IN HUMAN-DISEASES

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    13. KAZAZIAN HH; MORAN JV
      THE IMPACT OF L1 RETROTRANSPOSONS ON THE HUMAN GENOME

      Nature genetics
    14. KAZAZIAN HH
      MOBILE ELEMENTS AND DISEASE

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    15. KUMATORI A; FAIZUNNESSA NN; SUZUKI S; MORIUCHI T; KUROZUMI H; NAKAMURA M
      NONHOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION BETWEEN THE CYTOCHROME B(558) HEAVY-CHAINGENE (CYBB) AND LINE-1 CAUSES AN X-LINKED CHRONIC GRANULOMATOUS-DISEASE

      Genomics (San Diego, Calif.)
    16. CLEMENTS AP; SINGER MF
      THE HUMAN LINE-1 REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE - EFFECT OF DELETIONS OUTSIDE THE COMMON REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE DOMAIN

      Nucleic acids research
    17. NAAS TP; DEBERARDINIS RJ; MORAN JV; OSTERTAG EM; KINGSMORE SF; SELDIN MF; HAYASHIZAKI Y; MARTIN SL; KAZAZIAN HH
      AN ACTIVELY RETROTRANSPOSING, NOVEL SUBFAMILY OF MOUSE L1 ELEMENTS

      EMBO journal
    18. NANGIAMAKKER P; SARVIS R; VISSCHER DW; BAILEYPENROD J; RAZ A; SARKAR FH
      GALECTIN-3 AND L1 RETROTRANSPOSONS IN HUMAN BREAST CARCINOMAS

      Breast cancer research and treatment
    19. DEBERARDINIS RJ; KAZAZIAN HH
      FULL-LENGTH L1 ELEMENTS HAVE ARISEN RECENTLY IN THE SAME 1-KB REGION OF THE GORILLA AND HUMAN GENOMES

      Journal of molecular evolution
    20. MILLER D
      RNA IN THE EJACULATE SPERMATOZOON - A WINDOW INTO MOLECULAR EVENTS INSPERMATOGENESIS AND A RECORD OF THE UNUSUAL REQUIREMENTS OF HAPLOID GENE-EXPRESSION AND POSTMEIOTIC EQUILIBRATION

      Molecular human reproduction
    21. BOEKE JD
      LINES AND ALUS - THE POLYA CONNECTION

      Nature genetics
    22. SASSAMAN DM; DOMBROSKI BA; MORAN JV; KIMBERLAND ML; NAAS TP; DEBERARDINIS RJ; GABRIEL A; SWERGOLD GD; KAZAZIAN HH
      MANY HUMAN L1 ELEMENTS ARE CAPABLE OF RETROTRANSPOSITION

      Nature genetics
    23. LIU J; NAU MM; ZUCMANROSSI J; POWELL JI; ALLEGRA CJ; WRIGHT JJ
      LINE-I ELEMENT INSERTION AT THE T(11-22) TRANSLOCATION BREAKPOINT OF A DESMOPLASTIC SMALL ROUND CELL TUMOR

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    24. ROZMAHEL R; HENG HHQ; DUNCAN AMV; SHI XM; ROMMENS JM; TSUI LC
      AMPLIFICATION OF CFTR EXON-9 SEQUENCES TO MULTIPLE LOCATIONS IN THE HUMAN GENOME

      Genomics
    25. HOWELL R; USDIN K
      THE ABILITY TO FORM INTRASTRAND TETRAPLEXES IS AN EVOLUTIONARILY CONSERVED FEATURE OF THE 3'-END OF L1 RETROTRANSPOSONS

      Molecular biology and evolution
    26. SHEN MR; BROSIUS J; DEININGER PL
      BC1 RNA, THE TRANSCRIPT FROM A MASTER GENE FOR ID ELEMENT AMPLIFICATION, IS ABLE TO PRIME ITS OWN REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION

      Nucleic acids research
    27. DHELLIN O; MAESTRE J; HEIDMANN T
      FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE HUMAN LINE RETROTRANSPOSON AND RETROVIRAL REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASES FOR IN-VIVO MESSENGER-RNA REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION

      EMBO journal
    28. HOHJOH H; SINGER MF
      SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC SINGLE-STRAND RNA-BINDING PROTEIN ENCODED BY THE HUMAN LINE-1 RETROTRANSPOSON

      EMBO journal
    29. KOLOSHA VO; MARTIN SL
      IN-VITRO PROPERTIES OF THE FIRST ORF PROTEIN FROM MOUSE LINE-1 SUPPORT ITS ROLE IN RIBONUCLEOPROTEIN PARTICLE FORMATION DURING RETROTRANSPOSITION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    30. RIBEIRODOSSANTOS G; SCHENBERG ACG; GARDNER DCJ; OLIVER SG
      ENHANCEMENT OF TY TRANSPOSITION AT THE ADH4 AND ADH2 LOCI IN MEIOTIC YEAST-CELLS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    31. HOHJOH H; SINGER MF
      RIBONUCLEASE AND HIGH-SALT SENSITIVITY OF THE RIBONUCLEOPROTEIN COMPLEX FORMED BY THE HUMAN LINE-1 RETROTRANSPOSON

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    32. WOODCOCK DM; LAWLER CB; LINSENMEYER ME; DOHERTY JP; WARREN WD
      ASYMMETRIC METHYLATION IN THE HYPERMETHYLATED CPG PROMOTER REGION OF THE HUMAN L1 RETROTRANSPOSON

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    33. MCCLURE MA
      THE COMPLEXITIES OF VIRAL GENOME ANALYSIS - THE PRIMATE LENTIVIRUSES

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    34. DRECHSLER M; ROYERPOKORA B
      A LINE ELEMENT IS PRESENT AT THE SITE OF A 300-KB DELETION STARTING IN INTRON-10 OF THE PAX6 GENE IN A CASE OF FAMILIAL ANIRIDIA

      Human genetics
    35. HOHJOH H; SINGER MF
      CYTOPLASMIC RIBONUCLEOPROTEIN COMPLEXES CONTAINING HUMAN LINE-1 PROTEIN AND RNA

      EMBO journal
    36. FENG QH; MORAN JV; KAZAZIAN HH; BOEKE JD
      HUMAN L1 RETROTRANSPOSON ENCODES A CONSERVED ENDONUCLEASE REQUIRED FOR RETROTRANSPOSITION

      Cell
    37. MORAN JV; HOLMES SE; NAAS TP; DEBERARDINIS RJ; BOEKE JD; KAZAZIAN HH
      HIGH-FREQUENCY RETROTRANSPOSITION IN CULTURED-MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Cell
    38. KITAMURA Y; AYUKAWA T; ISHIKAWA T; KANDA T; YOSHIIKE K
      HUMAN ENDOGENOUS RETROVIRUS K10 ENCODES A FUNCTIONAL INTEGRASE

      Journal of virology
    39. ZHAO YP; DAGGETT LP; HARDIES SC
      MUS-SPRETUS LINE-1S IN THE MUS-MUSCULUS-DOMESTICUS INBRED STRAIN C57BL 6J ARE FROM 2 DIFFERENT MUS-SPRETUS LINE-1 SUBFAMILIES/

      Genetics
    40. WOODCOCK DM; WILLIAMSON MR; DOHERTY JP
      A SENSITIVE RNASE PROTECTION ASSAY TO DETECT TRANSCRIPTS FROM POTENTIALLY FUNCTIONAL HUMAN ENDOGENOUS L1 RETROTRANSPOSONS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    41. LEIBMOSCH C; SEIFARTH W
      EVOLUTION AND BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF HUMAN RETROELEMENTS

      Virus genes
    42. BROSIUS J; TIEDGE H
      REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE - MEDIATOR OF GENOMIC PLASTICITY

      Virus genes
    43. DORNER M; PAABO S
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF A MARSUPIAL LINE-1 ELEMENT AND THE EVOLUTION OF PLACENTAL MAMMALS

      Molecular biology and evolution
    44. MARTIN SL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A LINE-1 CDNA THAT ORIGINATED FROM RNA PRESENT INRIBONUCLEOPROTEIN-PARTICLES - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE STRUCTURE OF AN ACTIVE-MOUSE LINE-1

      Gene
    45. TENG SC; WANG SX; GABRIEL A
      A NEW NON-LTR RETROTRANSPOSON PROVIDES EVIDENCE FOR MULTIPLE DISTINCTSITE-SPECIFIC ELEMENTS IN CRITHIDIA-FASCICULATA MINIEXON ARRAYS

      Nucleic acids research
    46. HALTMEIER M; SEIFARTH W; BLUSCH J; ERFLE V; HEHLMANN R; LEIBMOSCH C
      IDENTIFICATION OF S71-RELATED HUMAN ENDOGENOUS RETROVIRAL SEQUENCES WITH FULL-LENGTH POL GENES

      Virology
    47. SMIT AFA; TOTH G; RIGGS AD; JURKA J
      ANCESTRAL, MAMMALIAN-WIDE SUBFAMILIES OF LINE-1 REPETITIVE SEQUENCES

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    48. NAKASHIMA H; YI M; ICHIKAWA N; LEBLOND GF; ANTONARAKIS SE; TSO POP
      2-DIMENSIONAL ELECTROPHORESIS SOUTHERN TRANSFER METHOD FOR DETECTING HUMAN GENOME VARIABILITY USING A LINE-1 SEQUENCE PROBE

      Analytical biochemistry
    49. HOLMES SE; DOMBROSKI BA; KREBS CM; BOEHM CD; KAZAZIAN HH
      A NEW RETROTRANSPOSABLE HUMAN L1 ELEMENT FROM THE LRE2 LOCUS ON CHROMOSOME 1Q PRODUCES A CHIMERIC INSERTION

      Nature genetics
    50. ADEY NB; SCHICHMAN SA; GRAHAM DK; PETERSON SN; EDGELL MH; HUTCHISON CA
      RODENT L1 EVOLUTION HAS BEEN DRIVEN BY A SINGLE DOMINANT LINEAGE THATHAS REPEATEDLY ACQUIRED NEW TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORY SEQUENCES

      Molecular biology and evolution
    51. DOMBROSKI BA; FENG QH; MATHIAS SL; SASSAMAN DM; SCOTT AF; KAZAZIAN HH; BOEKE JD
      AN IN-VIVO ASSAY FOR THE REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE OF HUMAN RETROTRANSPOSON L1 IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    52. QUMSIYEH MB
      EVOLUTION OF NUMBER AND MORPHOLOGY OF MAMMALIAN CHROMOSOMES

      The Journal of heredity
    53. NOUVEL P
      THE MAMMALIAN GENOME SHAPING ACTIVITY OF REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE

      Genetica
    54. BRATTHAUER GL; CARDIFF RD; FANNING TG
      EXPRESSION OF LINE-1 RETROTRANSPOSONS IN HUMAN BREAST-CANCER

      Cancer
    55. JENSEN S; GASSAMA MP; HEIDMANN T
      RETROTRANSPOSITION OF THE DROSOPHILA LINE-I ELEMENT CAN INDUCE DELETION IN THE TARGET DNA - A SIMPLE-MODEL ALSO ACCOUNTING FOR THE VARIABILITY OF THE NORMALLY OBSERVED TARGET SITE DUPLICATIONS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    56. DONOHUE SJ; ROSEBOOM PH; ILLNEROVA H; WELLER JL; KLEIN DC
      HUMAN HYDROXYINDOLE-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE - PRESENCE OF LINE-1 FRAGMENTIN A CDNA CLONE AND PINEAL MESSENGER-RNA

      DNA and cell biology
    57. KHOLODILOV NG; MAYOROV VI; MULLOKANDOV MR; CHERYAUKENE OV; NESTEROVA TB; ROGOZIN IB; ZAKIAN SM
      LINE-1 ELEMENT IN THE VOLE MICROTUS-SUBARVALIS

      Mammalian genome
    58. RUBIN CM; LEEFLANG EP; RINEHART FP; SCHMID CW
      PAUCITY OF NOVEL SHORT INTERSPERSED REPETITIVE ELEMENT (SINE) FAMILIES IN HUMAN DNA AND ISOLATION OF A NOVEL MER REPEAT

      Genomics
    59. VILOTTE JL; SOULIER S; MERCIER JC
      COMPLETE SEQUENCE OF A BOVINE ALPHA-LACTALBUMIN PSEUDOGENE - THE REGION HOMOLOGOUS TO THE GENE IS FLANKED BY 2 DIRECTLY REPEATED LINE SEQUENCES

      Genomics
    60. MARTIN SL; BRANCIFORTE D
      SYNCHRONOUS EXPRESSION OF LINE-1 RNA AND PROTEIN IN MOUSE EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    61. MCMILLAN JP; SINGER MF
      TRANSLATION OF THE HUMAN LINE-1 ELEMENT, L1HS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    62. DOMBROSKI BA; SCOTT AF; KAZAZIAN HH
      2 ADDITIONAL POTENTIAL RETROTRANSPOSONS ISOLATED FROM A HUMAN L1 SUBFAMILY THAT CONTAINS AN ACTIVE RETROTRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    63. STANHOPE MJ; TAGLE DA; SHIVJI MS; HATTORI M; SAKAKI Y; SLIGHTOM JL; GOODMAN M
      MULTIPLE L1 PROGENITORS IN PROSIMIAN PRIMATES - PHYLOGENETIC EVIDENCEFROM ORF1 SEQUENCES

      Journal of molecular evolution
    64. CONTURSI C; MINCHIOTTI G; DINOCERA PP
      FUNCTIONAL DISSECTION OF 2 PROMOTERS THAT CONTROL SENSE AND ANTISENSETRANSCRIPTION OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER F-ELEMENTS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    65. NARITA N; NISHIO H; KITOH Y; ISHIKAWA Y; ISHIKAWA Y; MINAMI R; NAKAMURA H; MATSUO M
      INSERTION OF A 5' TRUNCATED L1 ELEMENT INTO THE 3' END OF EXON-44 OF THE DYSTROPHIN GENE RESULTED IN SKIPPING OF THE EXON DURING SPLICING IN A CASE OF DUCHENNE MUSCULAR-DYSTROPHY

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    66. BRODSKY I; FOLEY B; HAINES D; JOHNSTON J; CUDDY K; GILLESPIE D
      EXPRESSION OF HERV-K PROVIRUSES IN HUMAN-LEUKOCYTES

      Blood


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