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    1. Fels, A; Hu, KH; Riesner, D
      Transcription of potato spindle tuber viroid by RNA polymerase II starts predominantly at two specific sites

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    2. Skandalis, A; Loeb, LA
      Enzymatic properties of rat DNA polymerase beta mutants obtained by randomized mutagenesis

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    3. Chen, ZY; Felsheim, R; Wong, P; Augustin, LB; Metz, R; Kren, BT; Steer, CJ
      Mitochondria isolated from liver contain the essential factors required for RNA/DNA oligonucleotide-targeted gene repair

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    4. Akama, K; Junker, V; Yukawa, Y; Sugiura, M; Beier, H
      Splicing of Arabidopsis tRNA(Met) precursors in tobacco cell and wheat germ extracts

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Chao, LC; Jamil, A; Kim, SJ; Huang, L; Martinson, HG
      Assembly of the cleavage and polyadenylation apparatus requires about 10 seconds in vivo and is faster for strong than for weak poly(A) sites

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    6. Conconi, A; Liu, XQ; Koriazova, L; Ackerman, EJ; Smerdon, MJ
      Tight correlation between inhibition of DNA repair in vitro and transcription factor IIIA binding in a 5S ribosomal RNA gene

      EMBO JOURNAL
    7. Srivastava, DK; Husain, I; Arteaga, CL; Wilson, SH
      DNA polymerase beta expression differences in selected human tumors and cell lines

      CARCINOGENESIS
    8. Kosa, JL; Sweasy, JB
      The E249K mutator mutant of DNA polymerase beta extends mispaired termini

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. LIU YH; SYMONS RH
      SPECIFIC RNA SELF-CLEAVAGE IN COCONUT CADANG CADANG VIROID - POTENTIAL FOR A ROLE IN ROLLING CIRCLE REPLICATION

      RNA
    10. ZIEROLD C; DELUCA HF
      ADDITIONAL PROTEIN FACTORS PLAY A ROLE IN THE FORMATION OF VDR RXR COMPLEXES ON VITAMIN-D RESPONSE ELEMENTS/

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    11. SANDALTZOPOULOS R; BECKER PB
      HEAT-SHOCK FACTOR INCREASES THE REINITIATION RATE FROM POTENTIATED CHROMATIN TEMPLATES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    12. JHA B; AHNE F; KISTLER M; KLAUS C; ECKARDTSCHUPP F
      A RAPID METHOD TO MONITOR REPAIR AND MIS-REPAIR OF DNA DOUBLE-STRAND BREAKS BY USING CELL-EXTRACTS OF THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Current genetics
    13. GUILLEN P; DEBON RM; GRASSER KD; HARRSCH P; GRIMM R; PONTE I; PALAU J
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A 28-KDA HMG-LIKE PROTEIN THAT BINDS TO A T-RICH DISTAL PROMOTER REGIONS OF ZEIN GENES/

      PLANT SCIENCE
    14. SUO ZC; JOHNSON KA
      SELECTIVE-INHIBITION OF HIV-1 REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE BY AN ANTIVIRAL INHIBITOR, (R)-9-(2-PHOSPHONYLMETHOXYPROPYL)ADENINE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    15. ROM E; KIM HC; GINGRAS AC; MARCOTRIGIANO J; FAVRE D; OLSEN H; BURLEY SK; SONENBERG N
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 4EHP, A NOVEL MAMMALIAN EIF4E-RELATEDCAP-BINDING PROTEIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    16. REICHENBERGER S; PFEIFFER P
      CLONING, PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF DNA-POLYMERASE-BETA FROM XENOPUS-LAEVIS - STUDIES ON ITS POTENTIAL ROLE IN DNA-END JOINING

      European journal of biochemistry
    17. OPRESKO PL; SWEASY JB; ECKERT KA
      THE MUTATOR FORM OF POLYMERASE-BETA WITH AMINO-ACID SUBSTITUTION AT TYROSINE-265 IN THE HINGE REGION DISPLAYS AN INCREASE IN BOTH BASE SUBSTITUTION AND FRAME-SHIFT ERRORS

      Biochemistry
    18. GAST FU; KEMPE D; SANGER HL
      THE DIMERIZATION DOMAIN OF POTATO SPINDLE TUBER VIROID, A POSSIBLE HALLMARK FOR INFECTIOUS RNA

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    19. SINGH SB; BEARD WA; HINGERTY BE; WILSON SH; BROYDE S
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN DNA-POLYMERASE-BETA AND THE MAJOR COVALENT ADDUCT OF THE CARCINOGEN (-ANTI-BENZO[A]PYRENE DIOL EPOXIDE WITH DNA AT A PRIMER-TEMPLATE JUNCTION())

      Biochemistry
    20. ZAITSEV SV; HABERLAND A; OTTO A; VOROBEV VI; HALLER H; BOTTGER M
      H1 AND HMG17 EXTRACTED FROM CALF THYMUS NUCLEI ARE EFFICIENT DNA CARRIERS IN GENE-TRANSFER

      Gene therapy
    21. HOFSETH LJ; TSANG SS; ROSIN MP
      REJOINING OF DNA DOUBLE-STRAND BREAKS AFTER THE INTRODUCTION OF CHROMOSOME-11 INTO A RADIOSENSITIVE BLADDER-CARCINOMA CELL-LINE

      Mutation research. DNA repair
    22. HADDAD F; BODELL PW; MCCUE SA; BALDWIN KM
      EFFECTS OF DIABETES ON RODENT CARDIAC THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR AND ISOMYOSIN EXPRESSION

      American journal of physiology: endocrinology and metabolism
    23. IWATAKI N; HOYA A; YAMAZAKI K
      RESTORATION OF TATA-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTION IN A HEAT-INACTIVATED EXTRACT OF TOBACCO NUCLEI BY RECOMBINANT TATA-BINDING PROTEIN (TBP) FROM TOBACCO

      Plant molecular biology
    24. CHAGOVETZ AM; SWEASY JB; PRESTON BD
      INCREASED ACTIVITY AND FIDELITY OF DNA-POLYMERASE-BETA ON SINGLE-NUCLEOTIDE GAPPED DNA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    25. LOPATO S; WAIGMANN E; BARTA A
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL ARGININE SERINE-RICH SPLICING FACTOR IN ARABIDOPSIS/

      The Plant cell
    26. SIMPSON CG; CLARK G; DAVIDSON D; SMITH P; BROWN JWS
      MUTATION OF PUTATIVE BRANCHPOINT CONSENSUS SEQUENCES IN PLANT INTRONSREDUCES SPLICING EFFICIENCY

      Plant journal
    27. LIU HX; FILIPOWICZ W
      MAPPING OF BRANCHPOINT NUCLEOTIDES IN MUTANT PRE-MESSENGER-RNAS EXPRESSED IN PLANT-CELLS

      Plant journal
    28. PAVLOVIC S; MITROVIC T; JOKSIMOVIC M; NICEVIC G; POPOVIC Z
      NUCLEAR EXTRACT FROM REL CELLS CONTAINS GATA-1 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR

      Acta veterinaria
    29. GAST FU; SPIEKER RL
      VIROIDS PROPER CAN BE DISTINGUISHED FROM HAMMERHEAD VIROIDS AND SATELLITE RNAS THROUGH THEIR DINUCLEOTIDE COMPOSITION

      Archives of virology
    30. WANG YH; SHA M; REN WY; VANHEERDEN A; BROWNING KS; GOSS DJ
      PH-DEPENDENT AND LIGAND-INDUCED CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES OF EUKARYOTIC PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS INITIATION-FACTOR EIF-(ISO) 4F - A CIRCULAR-DICHROISM STUDY

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Protein structure and molecular enzymology
    31. ACHARYA S; CHOUDHURY NR; RAO MRS
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A DNA PAIRING ACTIVITY COPURIFYING WITH DNA-LIGASE IN A PARTIALLY PURIFIED EXTRACT FROM RAT TESTIS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    32. LOPATO S; MAYEDA A; KRAINER AR; BARTA A
      PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING IN PLANTS - CHARACTERIZATION OF SER ARG SPLICING FACTORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    33. XIAN J; HARRINGTON MG; DAVIDSON EH
      DNA-PROTEIN BINDING ASSAYS FROM A SINGLE SEA-URCHIN EGG - A HIGH-SENSITIVITY CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS METHOD

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    34. GAST FU; KEMPE D; SPIEKER RL; SANGER HL
      SECONDARY STRUCTURE PROBING OF POTATO SPINDLE TUBER VIROID (PSTVD) AND SEQUENCE COMPARISON WITH OTHER SMALL PATHOGENIC RNA REPLICONS PROVIDES EVIDENCE FOR CENTRAL NONCANONICAL BASE-PAIRS, LARGE A-RICH LOOPS, AND A TERMINAL BRANCH

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    35. SHOR J; BENASHER E; ALONI Y
      TRANSCRIPTION ELONGATION OF THE MURINE ORNITHINE DECARBOXYLASE (ODC) GENE IS REGULATED IN-VITRO AT 2 DOWNSTREAM ELEMENTS BY DIFFERENT ATTENUATION MECHANISMS

      Oncogene
    36. KACAR Y; BEIER H; GROSS HJ
      THE PRESENCE OF TRANSFER-RNA PSEUDOGENES IN MAMMALIA AND PLANTS AND THEIR ABSENCE IN YEAST MAY ACCOUNT FOR DIFFERENT SPECIFICITIES OF PRE-TRANSFER-RNA PROCESSING ENZYMES

      Gene
    37. MADER S; SONENBERG N
      CAP-BINDING COMPLEXES AND CELLULAR GROWTH-CONTROL

      Biochimie
    38. TENHEGGELERBORDIER B; SCHILDPOULTER C; CHAPEL S; WAHLI W
      FATE OF LINEAR AND SUPERCOILED MULTINUCLEOSOMIC TEMPLATES DURING TRANSCRIPTION

      EMBO journal
    39. LAZAR G; SCHAAL T; MANIATIS T; GOODMAN HM
      IDENTIFICATION OF A PLANT SERINE-ARGININE-RICH PROTEIN SIMILAR TO THEMAMMALIAN SPLICING FACTOR SF2 ASF/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    40. LEWIS JD; GUNDERSON SI; MATTAJ IW
      THE INFLUENCE OF 5'-END AND 3'-END STRUCTURES ON PRE-MESSENGER-RNA METABOLISM

      Journal of Cell Science
    41. DAADI M; LENOIR C; DACE A; BONNE J; TEBOUL M; PLANELLS R; TORRESANI J
      NUCLEAR FACTORS SPECIFICALLY FAVOR THYROID-HORMONE BINDING TO C-ERBA-ALPHA-1 PROTEIN (THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR-ALPHA) OVER-EXPRESSED IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      FEBS letters
    42. LEHMAN CW; TRAUTMAN JK; CARROLL D
      ILLEGITIMATE RECOMBINATION IN XENOPUS - CHARACTERIZATION OF END-JOINED JUNCTIONS

      Nucleic acids research
    43. SCHILLING LJ; FARNHAM PJ
      INAPPROPRIATE TRANSCRIPTION FROM THE 5' END OF THE MURINE DIHYDROFOLATE-REDUCTASE GENE MASKS TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION

      Nucleic acids research
    44. PRESCOTT J; FALCKPEDERSEN E
      SEQUENCE ELEMENTS UPSTREAM OF THE 3' CLEAVAGE SITE CONFER SUBSTRATE STRENGTH TO THE ADENOVIRUS-L1 AND ADENOVIRUS-L3 POLYADENYLATION SITES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    45. BLANC A; RIBAS JC; WICKNER RB; SONENBERG N
      HIS-154 IS INVOLVED IN THE LINKAGE OF THE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE L-A DOUBLE-STRANDED-RNA VIRUS GAG PROTEIN TO THE CAP STRUCTURE OF MESSENGER-RNAS AND IS ESSENTIAL FOR M(1) SATELLITE VIRUS EXPRESSION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    46. PONTE I; GUILLEN P; DEBON RM; REINA M; ARAGAY A; ESPEL E; DIFONZO N; PALAU J
      NARROW A T-RICH ZONES PRESENT AT THE DISTAL 5'-FLANKING SEQUENCES OF THE ZEIN GENES ZC1 AND ZC2 BIND A UNIQUE 30-KDA HMG-LIKE PROTEIN/

      Plant molecular biology
    47. TIMCHENKO NA; LUNYAK VV; LUNYAK AN
      THE REPLICATION ORIGIN OF DIHYDROFOLATE-REDUCTASE DOMAIN AND THE DARC146 FRAGMENT INTERACT WITH THE SAME NUCLEAR PROTEINS

      Molecular biology
    48. LUNYAK VV; TIMCHENKO NA
      DNA FRAGMENT DARC146 FROM THE COMPLEX FORM OF DNA-POLYMERASE-ALPHA CONTAINS SEVERAL BINDING-SITES FOR NUCLEAR PROTEINS

      Molecular biology
    49. LIU ZJ; JACOB ST
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A PROTEIN THAT INTERACTS WITH THE RAT RIBOSOMAL GENE PROMOTER AND MODULATES RNA-POLYMERASE-I TRANSCRIPTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    50. DATTA PK; JACOB ST
      IDENTIFICATION OF A SEQUENCE WITHIN THE MOUSE METALLOTHIONEIN-I GENE PROMOTER MEDIATING ITS BASAL TRANSCRIPTION AND OF A PROTEIN INTERACTING WITH THIS ELEMENT

      Cellular & molecular biology research
    51. ANTONIEWSKI C; LAVAL M; LEPESANT JA
      STRUCTURAL FEATURES CRITICAL TO THE ACTIVITY OF AN ECDYSONE RECEPTOR-BINDING SITE

      Insect biochemistry and molecular biology
    52. WILEY SR; KRAUS RJ; ZUO FG; MURRAY EE; LORITZ K; MERTZ JE
      SV40 EARLY-TO-LATE SWITCH INVOLVES TITRATION OF CELLULAR TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSORS

      Genes & development
    53. LAVERY DJ; SCHIBLER U
      CIRCADIAN TRANSCRIPTION OF THE CHOLESTEROL 7-ALPHA HYDROXYLASE GENE MAY INVOLVE THE LIVER-ENRICHED BZIP PROTEIN DBP

      Genes & development
    54. KAWAKAMI K; WATANABE Y; ARAKI M; NAGANO K
      SP1 BINDS TO THE ADHESION MOLECULE ON GLIA REGULATORY ELEMENT THAT FUNCTIONS AS A POSITIVE TRANSCRIPTION REGULATORY ELEMENT IN ASTROCYTES

      Journal of neuroscience research
    55. GOYER C; ALTMANN M; LEE HS; BLANC A; DESHMUKH M; WOOLFORD JL; TRACHSEL H; SONENBERG N
      TIF4631 AND TIF4632 - 2 YEAST GENES ENCODING THE HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT SUBUNITS OF THE CAP-BINDING PROTEIN COMPLEX (EUKARYOTIC INITIATION FACTOR-4F) CONTAIN AN RNA RECOGNITION MOTIF-LIKE SEQUENCE AND CARRY OUTAN ESSENTIAL FUNCTION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    56. HUANG KN; SYMINGTON LS
      A 5'-3' EXONUCLEASE FROM SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE IS REQUIRED FOR INVITRO RECOMBINATION BETWEEN LINEAR DNA-MOLECULES WITH OVERLAPPING HOMOLOGY

      Molecular and cellular biology
    57. KASH SF; INNIS JW; JACKSON AU; KELLEMS RE
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF A STABLE TRANSCRIPTION ARREST SITE IN THE 1ST INTRON OF THE MURINE ADENOSINE-DEAMINASE GENE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    58. RASMUSSEN EB; LIS JT
      IN-VIVO TRANSCRIPTIONAL PAUSING AND CAP FORMATION ON 3 DROSOPHILA HEAT-SHOCK GENES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    59. KAWAKAMI K; YANAGISAWA K; WATANABE Y; TOMINAGA S; NAGANO K
      DIFFERENT FACTORS BIND TO THE REGULATORY REGION OF THE NA-ATPASE ALPHA-1-SUBUNIT GENE DURING THE CELL-CYCLE(,K+)

      FEBS letters


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