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    1. Xu, ZL; Mizuguchi, H; Ishii-Watabe, A; Uchida, E; Mayumi, T; Hayakawa, T
      Optimization of transcriptional regulatory elements for constructing plasmid vectors

      GENE
    2. Dolney, DEA; Szalai, G; Duester, G; Felder, MR
      Molecular analysis of genetic differences among inbred mouse strains controlling tissue expression pattern of alcohol dehydrogenase 4

      GENE
    3. Beckley, SA; Liu, P; Stover, ML; Gunderson, SI; Lichtler, AC; Rowe, DW
      Reduction of target gene expression by a modified U1 snRNA

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Baust, C; Seifarth, W; Schon, U; Hehlmann, R; Leib-Mosch, C
      Functional activity of HERV-K-T47D-related long terminal repeats

      VIROLOGY
    5. Andersen, O; Eijsink, VGH; Thomassen, M
      Multiple variants of the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR)gamma are expressed in the liver of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)

      GENE
    6. Das, B; Guo, ZJ; Russo, P; Chartrand, P; Sherman, F
      The role of nuclear cap binding protein Cbc1p of yeast in mRNA terminationand degradation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    7. Osheim, YN; Proudfoot, NJ; Beyer, AL
      EM visualization of transcription by RNA polymerase II: Downstream termination requires a poly(A) signal but not transcript cleavage

      MOLECULAR CELL
    8. Yanagawa, Y; Kobayashi, T; Ohnishi, M; Kobayashi, T; Tamura, S; Tsuzuki, T; Sanbo, M; Yagi, T; Tashiro, F; Miyazaki, J
      Enrichment and efficient screening of ES cells containing a targeted mutation: the use of DT-A gene with the polyadenylation signal as a negative selection maker

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    9. Beetham, PR; Harding, RM; Dale, JL
      Banana bunchy top virus DNA-2 to 6 are monocistronic

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    10. Lou, H; Helfman, DM; Gagel, RF; Berget, SM
      Polypyrimidine tract-binding protein positively regulates inclusion of an alternative 3 '-terminal exon

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    11. Williams, C; Xu, L; Blumenthal, T
      SL1 trans splicing and 3 '-end formation in a novel class of Caenorhabditis elegans operon

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Mansoor, S; Khan, SH; Bashir, A; Saeed, M; Zafar, Y; Malik, KA; Briddon, R; Stanley, J; Markham, PG
      Identification of a novel circular single-stranded DNA associated with cotton leaf curl disease in Pakistan

      VIROLOGY
    13. van Oers, MM; Vlak, JM; Voorma, HO; Thomas, AAM
      Role of the 3 ' untranslated region of baculovirus p10 mRNA in high-level expression of foreign genes

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    14. ARANDA A; PEREZORTIN JE; MOORE C; DELOLMO ML
      TRANSCRIPTION TERMINATION DOWNSTREAM OF THE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE FPB1 POLY(A) SITE DOES NOT DEPEND ON EFFICIENT 3'-END PROCESSING

      RNA
    15. HEMMINGSMIESZCZAK M; STEGER G; HOHN T
      REGULATION OF CAMV 35-S RNA TRANSLATION IS MEDIATED BY A STABLE HAIRPIN IN THE LEADER

      RNA
    16. VOSS AK; THOMAS T; GRUSS P
      COMPENSATION FOR A GENE TRAP MUTATION IN THE MURINE MICROTUBULE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN-4 LOCUS BY ALTERNATIVE POLYADENYLATION AND ALTERNATIVE SPLICING

      Developmental dynamics
    17. Bernini, LF; Harteveld, CL
      alpha-thalassaemia

      BAILLIERES CLINICAL HAEMATOLOGY
    18. BAUREN G; BELIKOV S; WIESLANDER L
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL TERMINATION IN THE BALBIANI RING-1 GENE IS CLOSELY COUPLED TO 3'-END FORMATION AND EXCISION OF THE 3'-TERMINAL INTRON

      Genes & development
    19. PLANT KE; MORGAN GT
      STIMULATION OF RNA 3' PROCESSING BY FLANKING DNA IN XENOPUS OOCYTES

      Gene
    20. TAN M; HECKMANN K
      THE 2 GAMMA-TUBULIN-ENCODING GENES OF THE CILIATE EUPLOTES-CRASSUS DIFFER IN THEIR SEQUENCES, CODON USAGE, TRANSCRIPTION INITIATION SITES AND POLY(A) ADDITION SITES

      Gene
    21. ANTONIOU M; GERAGHTY F; HURST J; GROSVELD F
      EFFICIENT 3'-END FORMATION OF HUMAN BETA-GLOBIN MESSENGER-RNA IN-VIVOREQUIRES SEQUENCES WITHIN THE LAST INTRON BUT OCCURS INDEPENDENTLY OFTHE SPLICING REACTION

      Nucleic acids research
    22. BIRSE CE; MINVIELLESEBASTIA L; LEE BA; KELLER W; PROUDFOOT NJ
      COUPLING TERMINATION OF TRANSCRIPTION TO MESSENGER-RNA MATURATION IN YEAST

      Science
    23. LANG WH; PLATT T; REEDER RH
      ESCHERICHIA-COLI RHO-FACTOR INDUCES RELEASE OF YEAST RNA-POLYMERASE-II BUT NOT POLYMERASE-I OR POLYMERASE-III

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    24. POOGGIN MM; HOHN T; FUTTERER J
      FORCED EVOLUTION REVEALS THE IMPORTANCE OF SHORT OPEN READING FRAME-AAND SECONDARY STRUCTURE IN THE CAULIFLOWER MOSAIC-VIRUS 35S RNA LEADER

      Journal of virology
    25. KEY SCS; YOSHIZAKI T; PAGANO JS
      THE EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS (EBV) SM PROTEIN ENHANCES PRE-MESSENGER-RNA PROCESSING OF THE EBV DNA-POLYMERASE TRANSCRIPT

      Journal of virology (Print)
    26. Sano, Y; Wada, M; Hashimoto, Y; Matsumoto, T; Kojima, M
      Sequences of ten circular ssDNA components associated with the milk vetch dwarf virus genome

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    27. ELKALLA S; BAYSAL E
      ALPHA-THALASSEMIA IN THE UNITED-ARAB-EMIRATES

      Acta haematologica
    28. KUERSTEN S; LEA K; MACMORRIS M; SPIETH J; BLUMENTHAL T
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN 3'-END FORMATION AND SL2-SPECIFIC TRANSSPLICING IN POLYCISTRONIC CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS PRE-MESSENGER-RNA PROCESSING

      RNA
    29. OCONNOR JP; ALWINE JC; LUTZ CS
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL, NON-SNRNP PROTEIN COMPLEX CONTAINING U1A PROTEIN

      RNA
    30. HETTLE SJH; DARNBROUGH C; WATTS PL; MACDONALD C
      EFFECTS OF AN INTERNAL TRANSCRIPTION UNIT AND ITS ORIENTATION ON RETROVIRUS TITER AND EXPRESSION

      Cytotechnology
    31. NEUGEBAUER KM; ROTH MB
      TRANSCRIPTION UNITS AS RNA PROCESSING UNITS

      Genes & development
    32. TOKISHITA S; SHIGA Y; KIMURA S; OHTA T; KOBAYASHI M; HANAZATO T; YAMAGATA H
      CLONING AND ANALYSIS OF A CDNA-ENCODING A 2-DOMAIN HEMOGLOBIN CHAIN FROM THE WATER FLEA DAPHNIA-MAGNA

      Gene
    33. NOMURA O; NAKABAYASHI O; NISHIMORI K; MIZUNO S
      THE CDNA CLONING AND TRANSIENT EXPRESSION OF A CHICKEN GENE ENCODING CYTOCHROME P-450SCC

      Gene
    34. SCHMIDTPUCHTA W; DOMINGUEZ D; LEWETAG D; HOHN T
      PLANT RIBOSOME SHUNTING IN-VITRO

      Nucleic acids research
    35. SCOTT JM; IMPERIALE MJ
      PROMOTER-PROXIMAL POLY(A) SITES ARE PROCESSED EFFICIENTLY, BUT THE RNA PRODUCTS ARE UNSTABLE IN THE NUCLEUS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    36. FORD LP; BAGGA PS; WILUSZ J
      THE POLY(A) TAIL INHIBITS THE ASSEMBLY OF A 3'-TO-5' EXONUCLEASE IN AN IN-VITRO RNA STABILITY SYSTEM

      Molecular and cellular biology
    37. BIRSE CE; LEE BA; HANSEN K; PROUDFOOT NJ
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL TERMINATION SIGNALS FOR RNA-POLYMERASE-II IN FISSION YEAST

      EMBO journal
    38. THOMPSON AJ; MYATT SC
      TETRACYCLINE-DEPENDENT ACTIVATION OF AN UPSTREAM PROMOTER REVEALS TRANSCRIPTIONAL INTERFERENCE BETWEEN TANDEM GENES WITHIN T-DNA IN TOMATO

      Plant molecular biology
    39. KATUL L; MAISS E; MOROZOV SY; VETTEN HJ
      ANALYSIS OF 6 DNA COMPONENTS OF THE FABA BEAN NECROTIC YELLOWS VIRUS GENOME AND THEIR STRUCTURAL AFFINITY TO RELATED PLANT-VIRUS GENOMES

      Virology
    40. HWANG DY; COHEN JB
      A SPLICING ENHANCER IN THE 3'-TERMINAL C-H-RAS EXON INFLUENCES MESSENGER-RNA ABUNDANCE AND TRANSFORMING ACTIVITY

      Journal of virology
    41. WAHLBERG MH; JOHNSON MS
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 5 ACTIVE CDNAS FROM THE CESTODE DIPHYLLOBOTHRIUM-DENDRITICUM - A PHYLOGENETIC STUDY OF THE MULTIGENE FAMILY

      Journal of molecular evolution
    42. HEMMINGSMIESZCZAK M; STEGER G; HOHN T
      ALTERNATIVE STRUCTURES OF THE CAULIFLOWER MOSAIC-VIRUS 35-S-RNA LEADER - IMPLICATIONS FOR VIRAL EXPRESSION AND REPLICATION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    43. BEETHAM PR; HAFNER GJ; HARDING RM; DALE JL
      2 MESSENGER-RNAS ARE TRANSCRIBED FROM BANANA BUNCHY TOP VIRUS DNA-1

      Journal of General Virology
    44. MAXWELL IH; SPITZER AL; LONG CJ; MAXWELL F
      AUTONOMOUS PARVOVIRUS TRANSDUCTION OF A GENE UNDER CONTROL OF TISSUE-SPECIFIC OR INDUCIBLE PROMOTERS

      Gene therapy
    45. GUO ZJ; SHERMAN F
      3'-END-FORMING SIGNALS OF YEAST MESSENGER-RNA

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    46. KREBBER H; PONSTINGL H
      UBIQUITOUS EXPRESSION AND TESTIS-SPECIFIC ALTERNATIVE POLYADENYLATIONOF MESSENGER-RNA FOR THE HUMAN RAN GTPASE ACTIVATOR RANGAP1

      Gene
    47. BAGNARA AS; CHANSIRI K
      SEQUENCES UPSTREAM AND DOWNSTREAM FROM THE GLUTAMINE-DEPENDENT CARBAMOYL-PHOSPHATE SYNTHETASE-ENCODING GENE FROM THE PROTOZOAN BABESIA-BOVIS

      Gene
    48. POZUETAROMERO J; HOULNE G; SCHANTZ R
      NONAUTONOMOUS INVERTED REPEAT ALIEN TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH GENES OF BOTH MONOCOTYLEDONOUS AND DICOTYLEDONOUS PLANTS

      Gene
    49. KATTAMIS AC; CAMASCHELLA C; SIVERA P; SURREY S; FORTINA P
      HUMAN ALPHA-THALASSEMIA SYNDROMES - DETECTION OF MOLECULAR DEFECTS

      American journal of hematology
    50. AYALA S; COLOMER D; AYMERICH M; PUJADES A; VIVESCORRONS JL
      NONDELETIONAL ALPHA-THALASSEMIA - FIRST DESCRIPTION OF ALPHA(HPH)ALPHA AND ALPHA(NCO)ALPHA MUTATIONS IN A SPANISH POPULATION

      American journal of hematology
    51. GU XH; MARZLUFF WF
      3'-PROCESSING AND TERMINATION OF MOUSE HISTONE TRANSCRIPTS SYNTHESIZED IN-VITRO BY RNA-POLYMERASE-II

      Nucleic acids research
    52. SRISKANDA VS; PRUSS G; GE X; VANCE VB
      AN 8-NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE IN THE POTATO-VIRUS-X 3' UNTRANSLATED REGIONIS REQUIRED FOR BOTH HOST PROTEIN-BINDING AND VIRAL MULTIPLICATION

      Journal of virology
    53. CHEN G; ROTHNIE HM; HE XY; HOHN T; FUTTERER J
      EFFICIENT TRANSCRIPTION FROM THE RICE TUNGRO BACILLIFORM VIRUS PROMOTER REQUIRES ELEMENTS DOWNSTREAM OF THE TRANSCRIPTION START SITE

      Journal of virology
    54. LI QS; DASGUPTA J; HUNT AG
      A PLANT POLY(A) POLYMERASE REQUIRES A NOVEL RNA-BINDING PROTEIN FOR ACTIVITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. PHILLIPS C; SCHIMPL A; DIETRICHGOETZ W; CLEMENTS JB; VIRTANEN A
      INDUCIBLE NUCLEAR FACTORS BINDING THE IGM HEAVY-CHAIN PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SECRETORY POLY(A) SITE

      European Journal of Immunology
    56. HARTEVELD CL; HEISTER JGAM; GIORDANO PC; BATELAAN D; VONDELFT P; HAAK HL
      AN IVS1-116 (A-]G) ACCEPTOR SPLICE-SITE MUTATION IN THE ALPHA(2) GLOBIN GENE CAUSING ALPHA(+) THALASSEMIA IN 2 DUTCH FAMILIES

      British Journal of Haematology
    57. WU L; UEDA T; MESSING J
      THE FORMATION OF MESSENGER-RNA 3'-ENDS IN PLANTS

      Plant journal
    58. BERNIER SM; UTANI A; SUGIYAMA S; DOI T; POLISTINA C; YAMADA Y
      CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF LAMININ ALPHA-2 CHAIN (M-CHAIN) IN THE MOUSE

      Matrix biology
    59. GILMARTIN GM; FLEMING ES; OETJEN J; GRAVELEY BR
      CPSF RECOGNITION OF AN HIV-1 MESSENGER-RNA 3'-PROCESSING ENHANCER - MULTIPLE SEQUENCE CONTACTS INVOLVED IN POLY(A) SITE DEFINITION

      Genes & development
    60. LIH CJ; WU SM; LINCHAO S
      RAPID IDENTIFICATION AND ISOLATION OF TRANSCRIPTIONALLY ACTIVE REGIONS FROM MOUSE GENOMES

      Gene
    61. LAROCHELLE S; SUTER B
      THE DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER HOMOLOG OF THE MAMMALIAN MAPK-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE-2 (MAPKAPK-2) LACKS A PROLINE-RICH N-TERMINUS

      Gene
    62. MARTINS AS; GREENE LJ; YOHO LL; MILSTED A
      THE CDNA-ENCODING CANINE DIHYDROLIPOAMIDE DEHYDROGENASE CONTAINS MULTIPLE TERMINATION SIGNALS

      Gene
    63. BAGGA PS; FORD LP; CHEN F; WILUSZ J
      THE G-RICH AUXILIARY DOWNSTREAM ELEMENT HAS DISTINCT SEQUENCE AND POSITION REQUIREMENTS AND MEDIATES EFFICIENT 3' END PRE-MESSENGER-RNA PROCESSING THROUGH A TRANS-ACTING FACTOR

      Nucleic acids research
    64. MURNANE JP; MORALES JF
      USE OF A MAMMALIAN INTERSPERSED REPETITIVE (MIR) ELEMENT IN THE CODING AND PROCESSING SEQUENCES OF MAMMALIAN GENES

      Nucleic acids research
    65. RUSSNAK R; NEHRKE KW; PLATT T
      REF2 ENCODES AN RNA-BINDING PROTEIN DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN YEAST MESSENGER-RNA 3'-END FORMATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    66. GUO ZJ; SHERMAN F
      3'-END-FORMING SIGNALS OF YEAST MESSENGER-RNA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    67. MOREIRA A; WOLLERTON M; MONKS J; PROUDFOOT NJ
      UPSTREAM SEQUENCE ELEMENTS ENHANCE POLY(A) SITE EFFICIENCY OF THE C2 COMPLEMENT GENE AND ARE PHYLOGENETICALLY CONSERVED

      EMBO journal
    68. SARAFANOV AG; TIMOFEEVA MY; BANNIKOV VM; ZAKHAREV VM; MAMAEVA OK; TIKHOMIROVA TP; BAEV AA
      SEQUENCING AND PRIMARY STRUCTURE-ANALYSIS OF A GENOMIC SEQUENCE FLANKING THE 3'-TERMINUS OF HUMAN TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR GENE

      Molecular biology
    69. FLASPOHLER JA; BOCZKOWSKI D; HALL BL; MILCAREK C
      THE 3'-UNTRANSLATED REGION OF MEMBRANE EXON-2 FROM THE GAMMA-2A IMMUNOGLOBULIN GENE CONTRIBUTES TO EFFICIENT TRANSCRIPTION TERMINATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. HUBBARD K; DHANARAJ SN; SETHI KA; RHODES J; WILUSZ J; SMALL MB; OZER HL
      ALTERATION OF DNA AND RNA-BINDING ACTIVITY OF HUMAN TELOMERE BINDING-PROTEINS OCCURS DURING CELLULAR SENESCENCE

      Experimental cell research
    71. BUREAU TE; WESSLER SR
      STOWAWAY - A NEW FAMILY OF INVERTED REPEAT ELEMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE GENES OF BOTH MONOCOTYLEDONOUS AND DICOTYLEDONOUS PLANTS

      The Plant cell
    72. HUNT AG
      MESSENGER-RNA 3' END FORMATION IN PLANTS

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    73. NESIC D; MAQUAT LE
      UPSTREAM INTRONS INFLUENCE THE EFFICIENCY OF FINAL INTRON REMOVAL ANDRNA 3'-END FORMATION

      Genes & development
    74. KWIATOWSKI J; LATORRE A; SKARECKY D; AYALA FJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A CU ZN SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE-ENCODING GENE REGIONIN DROSOPHILA-WILLISTONI/

      Gene
    75. OHTSUBO N; IWABUCHI M
      THE CONSERVED 3'-FLANKING SEQUENCE, AATGGAAATG, OF THE WHEAT HISTONE H3 GENE IS NECESSARY FOR THE ACCURATE 3'-END FORMATION OF MESSENGER-RNA

      Nucleic acids research
    76. QIAN ZW; WILUSZ J
      GRSF-1 - A POLY(A)(-RNA BINDING-PROTEIN WHICH INTERACTS WITH A CONSERVED G-RICH ELEMENT() MESSENGER)

      Nucleic acids research
    77. FURTH PA; CHOE WT; REX JH; BYRNE JC; BAKER CC
      SEQUENCES HOMOLOGOUS TO 5' SPLICE SITES ARE REQUIRED FOR THE INHIBITORY ACTIVITY OF PAPILLOMAVIRUS LATE 3' UNTRANSLATED REGIONS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    78. WU L; UEDA T; MESSING J
      SEQUENCE AND SPATIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE TISSUE-INDEPENDENT AND SPECIES-INDEPENDENT 3'-END PROCESSING MECHANISM OF PLANT MESSENGER-RNA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    79. ROTHNIE HM; REID J; HOHN T
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF AAUAAA AND THE UPSTREAM ELEMENT UUUGUA TO THE EFFICIENCY OF MESSENGER-RNA 3'-END FORMATION IN PLANTS

      EMBO journal
    80. ASHFIELD R; PATEL AJ; BOSSONE SA; BROWN H; CAMPBELL RD; MARCU KB; PROUDFOOT NJ
      MAZ-DEPENDENT TERMINATION BETWEEN CLOSELY SPACED HUMAN-COMPLEMENT GENES

      EMBO journal
    81. HOU W; RUSSNAK R; PLATT T
      POLY(A) SITE SELECTION IN THE YEAST TY RETROELEMENT REQUIRES AN UPSTREAM REGION AND SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC TITRATABLE FACTOR(S) IN-VITRO

      EMBO journal
    82. VANOERS CCM; BAKKER L; BAAS PD
      THE EXON-4 POLY(A) SITE OF THE HUMAN CALCITONIN CGRP-I PRE-MESSENGER-RNA IS A WEAK SITE IN-VITRO

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    83. FACKELMAYER FO; RICHTER A
      HNRNP-U SAF-A IS ENCODED BY 2 DIFFERENTIALLY POLYADENYLATED MESSENGER-RNAS IN HUMAN-CELLS/

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    84. HALL GW; HIGGS DR; MURPHY P; VILLEGAS A; DEMIGUEL A
      A MUTATION IN THE POLYADENYLATION SIGNAL OF THE ALPHA-2 GLOBIN GENE (AATAAA-]AATA--) AS A CAUSE OF ALPHA-THALASSEMIA IN ASIAN INDIANS

      British Journal of Haematology
    85. HARTEVELD CL; LOSEKOOT M; HAAK H; HEISTER JGAM; GIORDANO PC; BERNINI LF
      A NOVEL POLYADENYLATION SIGNAL MUTATION IN THE ALPHA(2)-GLOBIN GENE CAUSING ALPHA-THALASSEMIA

      British Journal of Haematology
    86. WU L; UEDA T; MESSING J
      3'-END PROCESSING OF THE MAIZE 27-KDA ZEIN MESSENGER-RNA

      Plant journal
    87. CONTENTE S; CSISZAR K; KENYON K; FRIEDMAN RM
      STRUCTURE OF THE MOUSE LYSYL OXIDASE GENE

      Genomics
    88. TRAEGERSYNODINOS J; KANAVAKIS E; TZETIS M; KATTAMIS A; KATTAMIS C
      CHARACTERIZATION OF NONDELETION ALPHA-THALASSEMIA MUTATIONS IN THE GREEK POPULATION

      American journal of hematology
    89. PETERSON JA; MYERS AM
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF MESSENGER-RNA 3' END FORMATION SIGNALS IN THE CONVERGENT AND OVERLAPPING TRANSCRIPTION UNITS OF THE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE GENES RHO1 AND MRP2

      Nucleic acids research
    90. EDWALDSGILBERT G; PRESCOTT J; FALCKPEDERSEN E
      3' RNA PROCESSING EFFICIENCY PLAYS A PRIMARY ROLE IN GENERATING TERMINATION-COMPETENT RNA POLYMERASE-II ELONGATION COMPLEXES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    91. CONNELLY S; FILIPOWICZ W
      ACTIVITY OF CHIMERIC-U SMALL NUCLEAR-RNA (SNRNA) MESSENGER RNA GENES IN TRANSFECTED PROTOPLASTS OF NICOTIANA-PLUMBAGINIFOLIA - U-SNRNA 3'-END FORMATION AND TRANSCRIPTION INITIATION CAN OCCUR INDEPENDENTLY IN PLANTS/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    92. EGGERMONT J; PROUDFOOT NJ
      POLY(A) SIGNALS AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL PAUSE SITES COMBINE TO PREVENT INTERFERENCE BETWEEN RNA POLYMERASE-II PROMOTERS

      EMBO journal
    93. DERGLON CWA; ASHE M; EGGERMONT J; PROUDFOOT NJ
      TAT-DEPENDENT OCCLUSION OF THE HIV POLY(A) SITE

      EMBO journal
    94. SPIETH J; BROOKE G; KUERSTEN S; LEA K; BLUMENTHAL T
      OPERONS IN C-ELEGANS - POLYCISTRONIC MESSENGER-RNA PRECURSORS ARE PROCESSED BY TRANSSPLICING OF SL2 TO DOWNSTREAM CODING REGIONS

      Cell
    95. WESTWOOD JA; JONES IM; BISHOP DHL
      ANALYSES OF ALTERNATIVE POLY(A) SIGNALS FOR USE IN BACULOVIRUS EXPRESSION VECTORS

      Virology
    96. BERTIN J; SUNSTROM NA; ACHESON NH
      MUTATION OF LARGE T-ANTIGEN-BINDING SITE-A, BUT NOT SITE-B OR SITE-C,ELIMINATES STALLING BY RNA POLYMERASE-II IN THE INTERGENIC REGION OF POLYOMAVIRUS DNA

      Journal of virology
    97. SUCHI M; HARADA N; WADA Y; TAKAGI Y
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF A CDNA-ENCODING HUMAN HISTIDASE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta
    98. QIAN ZW; WILUSZ J
      CLONING OF A CDNA-ENCODING AN RNA-BINDING PROTEIN BY SCREENING EXPRESSION LIBRARIES USING A NORTHWESTERN STRATEGY

      Analytical biochemistry


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