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    1. Dietrich, RC; Peris, MJ; Seyboldt, AS; Padgett, RA
      Role of the 3 ' splice site in U12-dependent intron splicing

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    2. Penalva, LOF; Lallena, MJ; Valcarcel, J
      Switch in 3 ' splice site recognition between exon definition and splicingcatalysis is important for Sex-lethal autoregulation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Chua, K; Reed, R
      An upstream AG determines whether a downstream AG is selected during catalytic step II of splicing

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Lund, M; Tange, TO; Dyhr-Mikkelsen, H; Hansen, J; Kjems, J
      Characterization of human RNA splice signals by iterative functional selection of splice sites

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    5. Liu, ZR; Hossain, GH; Islas-Osuna, MA; Mitchell, DL; Mount, DW
      Repair of UV damage in plants by nucleotide excision repair: Arabidopsis UVH1 DNA repair gene is a homolog of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Rad1

      PLANT JOURNAL
    6. Chen, SY; Anderson, K; Moore, MJ
      Evidence for a linear search in bimolecular 3 ' splice site AG selection

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    7. Zheng, ZM; Quintero, J; Reid, ES; Gocke, C; Baker, CC
      Optimization of a weak 3 ' splice site counteracts the function of a bovine papillomavirus type 1 exonic splicing suppressor in vitro and in vivo

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    8. Hummel, HS; Gillespie, RD; Swindle, J
      Mutational analysis of 3 ' splice site selection during trans-splicing

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Matsunaga, J; Dakeishi-Hara, M; Tanita, M; Nindl, M; Nagata, Y; Nakamura, E; Miyamura, Y; Kikuchi, K; Furue, M; Tomita, Y
      A splicing mutation of the tyrosinase gene causes yellow oculocutaneous albinism in a Japanese patient with a pigmented phenotype

      DERMATOLOGY
    10. Simpson, CG; Clark, GP; Lyon, JM; Watters, J; McQuade, C; Brown, JWS
      Interactions between introns via exon definition in plant pre-mRNA splicing

      PLANT JOURNAL
    11. Chua, K; Reed, R
      Human step II splicing factor hSlu7 functions in restructuring the spliceosome between the catalytic steps of splicing

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    12. Kay, PH; Ziman, MR
      Alternate Pax7 paired box transcripts which include a trinucleotide or a hexanucleotide are generated by use of alternate 3 ' intronic splice sites which are not utilized in the ancestral homologue

      GENE
    13. Bruce, SR; Kaetzel, CS; Peterson, ML
      Cryptic intron activation within the large exon of the mouse polymeric immunoglobulin receptor gene: cryptic splice sites correspond to protein domain boundaries

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    14. Southby, J; Gooding, C; Smith, CWJ
      Polypyrimidine tract binding protein functions as a repressor to regulate alternative splicing of alpha-actinin mutally exclusive exons

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Merendino, L; Guth, S; Bilbao, D; Martinez, C; Valcarcel, J
      Inhibition of msl-2 splicing by Sex-lethal reveals interaction between U2AF(35) and the 3 ' splice site AG

      NATURE
    16. Dye, DT; Buvoli, M; Mayer, SA; Lin, CH; Patton, JG
      Enhancer elements activate the weak 3 ' splice site of alpha-tropomyosin exon 2

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    17. GOZANI O; POTASHKIN J; REED R
      A POTENTIAL ROLE FOR U2AF-SAP-155 INTERACTIONS IN RECRUITING U2 SNRNPTO THE BRANCH SITE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    18. ZHOU ZL; REED R
      HUMAN HOMOLOGS OF YEAST PRP16 AND PRP17 REVEAL CONSERVATION OF THE MECHANISM FOR CATALYTIC STEP-II OF PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING

      EMBO journal
    19. BLIGH HFJ; LARKIN PD; ROACH PS; JONES CA; FU HY; PARK WD
      USE OF ALTERNATE SPLICE SITES IN GRANULE-BOUND STARCH SYNTHASE MESSENGER-RNA FROM LOW-AMYLOSE RICE VARIETIES

      Plant molecular biology
    20. Swanson, AK; Stoltzfus, CM
      Overlapping Cis sites used for splicing of HIV-1 env/nef and rev mRNAs

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    21. LIU ZR; LAGGERBAUER B; LUHRMANN R; SMITH CWJ
      CROSS-LINKING OF THE U5 SNRNP-SPECIFIC 116-KDA PROTEIN TO RNA HAIRPINS THAT BLOCK STEP 2 OF SPLICING

      RNA
    22. DIETRICH RC; INCORVAIA R; PADGETT RA
      TERMINAL INTRON DINUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCES DO NOT DISTINGUISH BETWEEN U2-DEPENDENT AND U12-DEPENDENT INTRONS

      MOLECULAR CELL
    23. COOLIDGE CJ; SEELY RJ; PATTON JG
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE POLYPYRIMIDINE TRACT IN PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING

      Nucleic acids research
    24. SCADDEN ADJ; SMITH CWJ
      A RIBONUCLEASE SPECIFIC FOR INOSINE-CONTAINING RNA - A POTENTIAL ROLEIN ANTIVIRAL DEFENSE

      EMBO journal
    25. LUUKKONEN BGM; SERAPHIN B
      THE ROLE OF BRANCHPOINT-3' SPLICE-SITE SPACING AND INTERACTION BETWEEN INTRON TERMINAL NUCLEOTIDES IN 3' SPLICE-SITE SELECTION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      EMBO journal
    26. BUVOLI M; MAYER SA; PATTON JG
      FUNCTIONAL CROSSTALK BETWEEN EXON ENHANCERS, POLYPYRIMIDINE TRACTS AND BRANCHPOINT SEQUENCES

      EMBO journal
    27. ANDERSON K; MOORE MJ
      BIMOLECULAR EXON LIGATION BY THE HUMAN SPLICEOSOME

      Science
    28. LIU ZR; WILKIE AM; CLEMENS MJ; SMITH CWJ
      DETECTION OF DOUBLE-STRANDED RNA-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS BY METHYLENE BLUE-MEDIATED PHOTO-CROSS-LINKING

      RNA
    29. SIMPSON CG; CLARK G; DAVIDSON D; SMITH P; BROWN JWS
      MUTATION OF PUTATIVE BRANCHPOINT CONSENSUS SEQUENCES IN PLANT INTRONSREDUCES SPLICING EFFICIENCY

      Plant journal
    30. BAYNTON CE; POTTHOFF SJ; MCCULLOUGH AJ; SCHULER MA
      U-RICH TRACTS ENHANCE 3'-SPLICE-SITE RECOGNITION IN PLANT NUCLEI

      Plant journal
    31. CHIARA MD; GOZANI O; BENNETT M; CHAMPIONARNAUD P; PALANDJIAN L; REED R
      IDENTIFICATION OF PROTEINS THAT INTERACT WITH EXON SEQUENCES, SPLICE SITES, AND THE BRANCHPOINT SEQUENCE DURING EACH STAGE OF SPLICEOSOME ASSEMBLY

      Molecular and cellular biology
    32. FULOP C; CSSZABO G; GLANT TT
      SPECIES-SPECIFIC ALTERNATIVE SPLICING OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-LIKE DOMAIN-1 OF CARTILAGE AGGRECAN

      Biochemical journal
    33. BROWN JWS; SMITH P; SIMPSON CG
      ARABIDOPSIS CONSENSUS INTRON SEQUENCES

      Plant molecular biology
    34. JIN Y; DIETZ HC; MONTGOMERY RA; BELL WR; MCINTOSH I; COLLER B; BRAY PF
      GLANZMANN THROMBASTHENIA - COOPERATION BETWEEN SEQUENCE VARIANTS IN CIS DURING SPLICE-SITE SELECTION

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    35. UMEN JG; GUTHRIE C
      THE 2ND CATALYTIC STEP OF PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING

      RNA
    36. BLACK DL
      FINDING SPLICE SITES WITHIN A WILDERNESS OF RNA

      RNA
    37. ROSCIGNO RF; GARCIABLANCO MA
      SR PROTEINS ESCORT THE U4 U6-CENTER-DOT-U5 TRI-SNRNP TO THE SPLICEOSOME/

      RNA
    38. UMEN JG; GUTHRIE C
      A NOVEL ROLE FOR A U5 SNRNP PROTEIN IN 3'-SPLICE-SITE SELECTION

      Genes & development
    39. ANDREADIS A; BRODERICK JA; KOSIK KS
      RELATIVE EXON AFFINITIES AND SUBOPTIMAL SPLICE-SITE SIGNALS LEAD TO NON-EQUIVALENCE OF 2 CASSETTE EXON

      Nucleic acids research
    40. BOUCK J; FU XD; SKALKA AM; KATZ RA
      GENETIC SELECTION FOR BALANCED RETROVIRAL SPLICING - NOVEL REGULATIONINVOLVING THE 2ND STEP CAN BE MEDIATED BY TRANSITIONS IN THE POLYPYRIMIDINE TRACT

      Molecular and cellular biology
    41. LIU HX; GOODALL GJ; KOLE R; FILIPOWICZ W
      EFFECTS OF SECONDARY STRUCTURE ON PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING - HAIRPINS SEQUESTERING THE 5' BUT NOT THE 3' SPLICE-SITE INHIBIT INTRON PROCESSING IN NICOTIANA-PLUMBAGINIFOLIA

      EMBO journal
    42. TOUCHMAN JW; DSOUZA I; HECKMAN CA; ZHOU R; BIGGART NW; MURPHY EC
      BRANCHPOINT AND POLYPYRIMIDINE TRACT MUTATIONS MEDIATING THE LOSS ANDPARTIAL RECOVERY OF THE MOLONEY MURINE SARCOMA-VIRUS MUSVTS110 THERMOSENSITIVE SPLICING PHENOTYPE

      Journal of virology
    43. JARUZELSKA J; ABADIE V; DAUBENTONCARAFA Y; BRODY E; MUNNICH A; MARIE J
      IN-VITRO SPLICING DEFICIENCY INDUCED BY A C-TO-T MUTATION AT POSITION--3 IN THE INTRON-10 ACCEPTOR SITE OF THE PHENYLALANINE-HYDROXYLASE GENE IN A PATIENT WITH PHENYLKETONURIA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    44. IIDA Y
      QUANTIFICATION ANALYSIS OF 3'-SPLICE SIGNAL SEQUENCES IN MESSENGER-RNA PRECURSORS - MUTATIONS AND EXON SKIPPING IN RABBIT BETA-GLOBIN GENE

      Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan
    45. WANG LH; TAZAWA R; LANG AQ; WU KK
      ALTERNATE SPLICING OF HUMAN THROMBOXANE SYNTHASE MESSENGER-RNA

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    46. DATTA B; WEINER AM
      THE PHYLOGENETICALLY INVARIANT ACAGAGA AND AGC SEQUENCES OF U6 SMALL NUCLEAR-RNA ARE MORE TOLERANT OF MUTATION IN HUMAN-CELLS THAN IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    47. LOU H; MCCULLOUGH AJ; SCHULER MA
      3' SPLICE-SITE SELECTION IN DICOT PLANT NUCLEI IS POSITION-DEPENDENT

      Molecular and cellular biology
    48. CHEUNG PH; CULIC O; QIU YH; EARLEY K; THOMPSON N; HIXSON DC; LIN SH
      THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF C-CAM IS REQUIRED FOR C-CAM-MEDIATED ADHESION FUNCTION - STUDIES OF A C-CAM TRANSCRIPT CONTAINING AN UNSPLICED INTRON

      Biochemical journal
    49. SERAPHIN B; KANDELSLEWIS S
      3' SPLICE SITE RECOGNITION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE DOES NOT REQUIRE BASE-PAIRING WITH U1 SNRNA

      Cell
    50. MANROW RE; BERGER SL
      GAG TRIPLETS AS SPLICE ACCEPTORS OF LAST RESORT - AN UNUSUAL FORM OF ALTERNATIVE SPLICING IN PROTHYMOSIN-ALPHA PREMESSENGER RNA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    51. ROSCIGNO RF; WEINER M; GARCIABLANCO MA
      A MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE POLYPYRIMIDINE TRACT OF INTRONS - EFFECTS OF SEQUENCE DIFFERENCES IN PYRIMIDINE TRACTS ON SPLICING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    52. MIHOVILOVIC M; MAI Y; HERBSTREITH M; RUBBOLI F; TARRONI P; CLEMENTI F; ROSES AD
      SPLICING OF AN ANTISENSE ALU SEQUENCE GENERATES A CODING SEQUENCE VARIANT FOR THE ALPHA-3 SUBUNIT OF A NEURONAL ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications


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