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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. Hakata, Y; Yamada, M; Shida, H
      Rat CRM1 is responsible for the poor activity of human T-cell leukemia virus type 1 Rex protein in rat cells

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    3. Magin-Lachmann, C; Hahn, S; Strobel, H; Held, U; Lower, J; Lower, R
      Rec (formerly corf) function requires interaction with a complex, folded RNA structure within its responsive element rather than binding to a discrete specific binding site

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    4. Mortreux, F; Leclercq, I; Gabet, AS; Leroy, A; Westhof, E; Gessain, A; Wain-Hobson, S; Wattel, E
      Somatic mutation in human T-cell leukemia virus type 1 provirus and flanking cellular sequences during clonal expansion in vivo

      JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE
    5. Kubota, S; Pomerantz, RJ
      The nuclear function of the nuclear diffusion inhibitory signal of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 - Critical roles in dominant nuclear localization and intracellular stability

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN VIROLOGY
    6. Reddy, TR; Xu, WD; Wong-Staal, F
      General effect of Sam68 on Rev/Rex regulated expression of complex retroviruses

      ONCOGENE
    7. 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
    8. 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
    9. Dodon, MD; Mikaelian, I; Sergeant, A; Gazzolo, L
      The herpes simplex virus 1 US11 protein cooperates with suboptimal amountsof human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) Rev protein to rescue HIV-1production

      VIROLOGY
    10. Bogerd, HP; Wiegand, HL; Yang, J; Cullen, BR
      Mutational definition of functional domains within the Rev homolog encodedby human endogenous retrovirus K

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    11. Kubota, S; Copeland, TD; Pomerantz, RJ
      Nuclear and nucleolar targeting of human ribosomal protein S25: Common features shared with HIV-1 regulatory proteins

      ONCOGENE
    12. Bear, J; Tan, W; Zolotukhin, AS; Tabernero, C; Hudson, EA; Felber, BK
      Identification of novel import and export signals of human TAP, the protein that binds to the constitutive transport element of the type D retrovirusmRNAs

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Palmeri, D; Halim, MH
      Importin beta can mediate the nuclear import of an arginine-rich nuclear localization signal in the absence of importin alpha

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    14. Sharp, TV; Raine, DA; Gewert, DR; Joshi, B; Jagus, R; Clemens, MJ
      Activation of the interferon-inducible (2 '-5 ') oligoadenylate synthetaseby the Epstein-Barr virus RNA, EBER-1

      VIROLOGY
    15. Weil, R; Levraud, JP; Dodon, MD; Bessia, C; Hazan, U; Kourilsky, P; Israel, A
      Altered expression of tyrosine kinases of the Src and Syk families in human T-cell leukemia virus type 1-infected T-cell lines

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    16. Kusuhara, K; Anderson, M; Pettiford, SM; Green, PL
      Human T-cell leukemia virus type 2 Rex protein increases stability and promotes nuclear to cytoplasmic transport of gag/pol and env RNAs

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    17. Szilvay, AM; Boe, SO; Kalland, KH
      Co-expression of a trans-dominant negative mutant of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) Rev protein affects the Rev-dependent splicing pattern and expression of HIV-1 RNAs

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    18. STAUBER RH; AFONINA E; GULNIK S; ERICKSON J; PAVLAKIS GN
      ANALYSIS OF INTRACELLULAR TRAFFICKING AND INTERACTIONS OF CYTOPLASMICHIV-1 REV MUTANTS IN LIVING CELLS

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    19. PYPER JM; CLEMENTS JE; ZINK MC
      THE NUCLEOLUS IS THE SITE OF BORNA-DISEASE VIRUS-RNA TRANSCRIPTION AND REPLICATION

      Journal of virology
    20. 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
    21. THOMAS SL; OFT M; JAKSCHE H; CASARI G; HEGER P; DOBROVNIK M; BEVEC D; HAUBER J
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV PROTEIN OLIGOMERIZATION INTERFACE

      Journal of virology
    22. HEGER P; ROSORIUS O; KOCH C; CASARI G; GRASSMANN R; HAUBER J
      MULTIMER FORMATION IS NOT ESSENTIAL FOR NUCLEAR EXPORT OF HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1 REX TRANSACTIVATOR PROTEIN

      Journal of virology (Print)
    23. EFTHYMIADIS A; BRIGGS LJ; JANS DA
      THE HIV-1 TAT NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION SEQUENCE CONFERS NOVEL NUCLEAR IMPORT PROPERTIES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    24. HAMMARSKJOLD ML
      REGULATION OF RETROVIRAL RNA EXPORT

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    25. THOMAS SL; HAUBER J; CASARI G
      PROBING THE STRUCTURE OF THE HIV-1 REV TRANSACTIVATOR PROTEIN BY FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS

      Protein engineering
    26. DOBBELSTEIN M; ROTH J; KIMBERLY WT; LEVINE AJ; SHENK T
      NUCLEAR EXPORT OF THE E1B 55-KDA AND E4 34-KDA ADENOVIRAL ONCOPROTEINS MEDIATED BY A REV-LIKE SIGNAL SEQUENCE

      EMBO journal
    27. SMITH RET; NIEWIESK S; BOOTH S; BANGHAM CRM; DAENKE S
      FUNCTIONAL CONSERVATION OF HTLV-1 REX BALANCES THE IMMUNE PRESSURE FOR SEQUENCE VARIATION IN THE REX GENE

      Virology
    28. SZILVAY AM; BROKSTAD KA; BOE SO; HAUKENES G; KALLAND KH
      OLIGOMERIZATION OF HIV-1 REV MUTANTS IN THE CYTOPLASM AND DURING NUCLEAR IMPORT

      Virology
    29. LIU JL; LEE LF; YE Y; QIAN Z; KUNG HJ
      NUCLEOLAR AND NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION PROPERTIES OF A HERPESVIRUS BZIP ONCOPROTEIN, MEQ

      Journal of virology
    30. HAMAIA S; CASSE H; GAZZOLO L; DODON MD
      THE HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1 REX REGULATORY PROTEIN EXHIBITS AN IMPAIRED FUNCTIONALITY IN HUMAN LYMPHOBLASTOID JURKAT T-CELLS

      Journal of virology
    31. REHBERGER S; GOUNARI F; DUCDODON M; CHLICHLIA K; GAZZOLO L; SCHIRRMACHER V; KHAZAIE K
      THE ACTIVATION DOMAIN OF A HORMONE INDUCIBLE HTLV-1 REX PROTEIN DETERMINES COLOCALIZATION WITH THE NUCLEAR-PORE

      Experimental cell research
    32. 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
    33. FRITZ CC; GREEN MR
      HIV REV USES A CONSERVED CELLULAR PROTEIN EXPORT PATHWAY FOR THE NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC TRANSPORT OF VIRAL RNAS

      Current biology
    34. KIM FJ; BEECHE AA; HUNTER JJ; CHIN DJ; HOPE TJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE NUCLEAR EXPORT SIGNAL OF HUMAN T-CELL LYMPHOTROPIC VIRUS TYPE-1 REX REVEALS THAT NUCLEAR EXPORT IS MEDIATED BY POSITION-VARIABLE HYDROPHOBIC INTERACTIONS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    35. 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
    36. CAMPBELL LH; BORG KT; ARRIGO SJ
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF INTRONIC AND EXONIC LOCATIONS OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV-RESPONSIVE ELEMENT

      Virology
    37. DIAZ JJ; DODON MD; SCHAERERUTHURRALT N; SIMONIN D; KINDBEITER K; GAZZOLO L; MADJAR JJ
      POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL TRANSACTIVATION OF HUMAN RETROVIRAL ENVELOPE GLYCOPROTEIN EXPRESSION BY HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS US11 PROTEIN

      Nature
    38. 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
    39. 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
    40. ZHAO TM; ROBINSON MA; BOWERS FS; KINDT TJ
      INFECTIVITY OF CHIMERIC HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-I MOLECULAR CLONES ASSESSED BY NAKED DNA INOCULATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    41. PALMERI D; MALIM MH
      THE HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1 POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL TRANSACTIVATOR REX CONTAINS A NUCLEAR EXPORT SIGNAL

      Journal of virology
    42. DONELLO JE; BEECHE AA; SMITH GJ; LUCERO GR; HOPE TJ
      THE HEPATITIS-B VIRUS POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORY ELEMENT IS COMPOSED OF 2 SUBELEMENTS

      Journal of virology
    43. KUBOTA S; DUAN LX; FURUTA RA; HATANAKA M; POMERANTZ RJ
      NUCLEAR PRESERVATION AND CYTOPLASMIC DEGRADATION OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV PROTEIN

      Journal of virology
    44. SHUKLA RR; MARQUES SMP; KIMMEL PL; KUMAR A
      HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 6-ENCODED AND 11-ENCODED FACTORS SUPPORT HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV FUNCTION IN A9 CELLS

      Journal of virology
    45. THERON J; HUISMANS H; NEL LH
      IDENTIFICATION OF A SHORT DOMAIN WITHIN THE NONSTRUCTURAL PROTEIN NS2OF EPIZOOTIC HEMORRHAGIC-DISEASE VIRUS THAT IS IMPORTANT FOR SINGLE-STRAND RNA-BINDING ACTIVITY

      Journal of General Virology
    46. FU LT; WHITE KN
      ENHANCEMENT OF NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC EXPORT OF HTLV-1 REX MESSENGER-RNA THROUGH CIS AND TRANS INTERACTIONS OF THE MESSENGER-RNA WITH THE COMPLEX OF REX PROTEIN AND REX-RESPONSIVE ELEMENT

      FEBS letters
    47. CONRAD RC; BASKERVILLE S; ELLINGTON AD
      IN-VITRO SELECTION METHODOLOGIES TO PROBE RNA FUNCTION AND STRUCTURE

      Molecular diversity
    48. MONTAGNE J; JALINOT P
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A TRANSCRIPTIONAL ATTENUATOR WITHIN THE 5'-R REGION OF THE HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    49. ORSINI MJ; THAKUR AN; ANDREWS WW; HAMMARSKJOLD ML; REKOSH D
      EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION OF THE HIV TYPE-1 REV PROTEIN PRODUCED INESCHERICHIA-COLI AND ITS USE IN THE GENERATION OF MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    50. FINCH RA; CHANG DC; CHAN PK
      GTP-GAMMA-S RESTORES NUCLEOPHOSMIN (NPM) LOCALIZATION TO NUCLEOLI OF GTP-DEPLETED HELA-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    51. BOGERD HP; FRIDELL RA; MADORE S; CULLEN BR
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL CELLULAR COFACTOR FOR THE REV REX CLASS OF RETROVIRAL REGULATORY PROTEINS/

      Cell
    52. STUTZ F; NEVILLE M; ROSBASH M
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL NUCLEAR PORE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN AS A FUNCTIONAL TARGET OF THE HIV-1 REV PROTEIN IN YEAST

      Cell
    53. STAUBER R; GAITANARIS GA; PAVLAKIS GN
      ANALYSIS OF TRAFFICKING OF REV AND TRANSDOMINANT REV PROTEINS IN LIVING CELLS USING GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN FUSIONS - TRANSDOMINANT REV BLOCKS THE EXPORT OF REV FROM THE NUCLEUS TO THE CYTOPLASM

      Virology
    54. FRITZ CC; ZAPP ML; GREEN MR
      A HUMAN NUCLEOPORIN-LIKE PROTEIN THAT SPECIFICALLY INTERACTS WITH HIVREV

      Nature
    55. SZILVAY AM; BROKSTAD KA; KOPPERUD R; HAUKENES G; KALLAND KH
      NUCLEAR EXPORT OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC SHUTTLE PROTEIN REV IS MEDIATED BY ITS ACTIVATION DOMAIN AND ISBLOCKED BY TRANSDOMINANT NEGATIVE MUTANTS

      Journal of virology
    56. BASKERVILLE S; ZAPP M; ELLINGTON AD
      HIGH-RESOLUTION MAPPING OF THE HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1 REX-BINDING ELEMENT BY IN-VITRO SELECTION

      Journal of virology
    57. KANAMORI H; KODAMA T; YAZAKI Y
      THE 5' CODING SEQUENCE OF IL-2 RECEPTOR-ALPHA CHAIN MESSENGER-RNA MEDIATES MESSENGER-RNA STABILIZATION BY HTLV-1 REX

      Immunology
    58. KUBOTA S; ADACHI Y; COPELAND TD; OROSZLAN S
      BINDING OF HUMAN PROTHYMOSIN-ALPHA TO THE LEUCINE-MOTIF ACTIVATION DOMAINS OF HTLV-I REX AND HIV-1 REV/

      European journal of biochemistry
    59. MEYER BE; MALIM MH
      THE HIV-1 REV TRANSACTIVATOR SHUTTLES BETWEEN THE NUCLEUS AND THE CYTOPLASM

      Genes & development
    60. AAVIK E; HAKKARAINEN K; KROHN KJE
      EFFECT OF MUTATIONS IN REV GENE OF SIVMAC ON VIRUS-REPLICATION

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    61. MADORE SJ; TILEY LS; MALIM MH; CULLEN BR
      SEQUENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR REV MULTIMERIZATION IN-VIVO

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

      Journal of virology
    63. QIAN XY; ALONSOCAPLEN F; KRUG RM
      2 FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS OF THE INFLUENZA-VIRUS NS1 PROTEIN ARE REQUIRED FOR REGULATION OF NUCLEAR EXPORT OF MESSENGER-RNA

      Journal of virology
    64. MANCUSO VA; HOPE TJ; ZHU L; DERSE D; PHILLIPS T; PARSLOW TG
      POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL EFFECTOR DOMAINS IN THE REV PROTEINS OF FELINE IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS AND EQUINE INFECTIOUS-ANEMIA VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    65. ZOLOTUKHIN AS; VALENTIN A; PAVLAKIS GN; FELBER BK
      CONTINUOUS PROPAGATION OF RRE(-) AND REV(-)RRE(-) HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 MOLECULAR CLONES CONTAINING A CIS-ACTING ELEMENT OF SIMIAN RETROVIRUS TYPE-1 IN HUMAN PERIPHERAL-BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES

      Journal of virology
    66. HAMMERSCHMID M; PALMERI D; RUHL M; JAKSCHE H; WEICHSELBRAUN I; BOHNLEIN E; MALIM MH; HAUBER J
      SCANNING MUTAGENESIS OF THE ARGININE-RICH REGION OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV TRANS ACTIVATOR

      Journal of virology
    67. NAKAMURA Y; MORIUCHI R; NAKAYAMA D; YAMASHITA I; HIGASHIYAMA Y; YAMAMOTO T; KUSANO Y; HINO S; MIYAMOTO T; KATAMINE S
      ALTERED EXPRESSION OF A NOVEL CELLULAR GENE AS A CONSEQUENCE OF INTEGRATION OF HUMAN T-CELL LYMPHOTROPIC VIRUS TYPE-1

      Journal of General Virology
    68. FELBER BK; PAVLAKIS GN
      MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF HIV-1 - POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE REGULATORY ELEMENTS IMPORTANT FOR VIRUS EXPRESSION

      AIDS
    69. FRIDELL RA; PARTIN KM; CARPENTER S; CULLEN BR
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE ACTIVATION DOMAIN OF EQUINE INFECTIOUS-ANEMIA VIRUS REV

      Journal of virology
    70. NOSAKA T; TAKAMATSU T; MIYAZAKI Y; SANO K; SATO A; KUBOTA S; SAKURAI M; ARIUMI Y; NAKAI M; FUJITA S; HATANAKA M
      CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY OF REV PROTEIN OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 BY NUCLEOLAR DYSFUNCTION

      Experimental cell research


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