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    1. Muhlemann, O; Mock-Casagrande, CS; Wang, J; Li, SL; Custodio, N; Carmo-Fonseca, M; Wilkinson, MF; Moore, MJ
      Precursor RNAs harboring nonsense codons accumulate near the site of transcription

      MOLECULAR CELL
    2. Dakof, GA; Tejeda, M; Liddle, HA
      Predictors of engagement in adolescent drug abuse treatment

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
    3. Prinz, RJ; Smith, EP; Dumas, JE; Laughlin, JE; White, DW; Barron, R
      Recruitment and retention of participants in prevention trials involving family-based interventions

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
    4. Gonzalez, CI; Bhattacharya, A; Wang, WR; Peltz, SW
      Nonsense-mediated mRNA decay in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      GENE
    5. Tran, DP; Kim, SJ; Park, NJ; Jew, TM; Martinson, HG
      Mechanism of poly(A) signal transduction to RNA polymerase II in vitro

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    6. Lee, MH; Hazard, S; Carpten, JD; Yi, S; Cohen, Y; Gerhardt, GT; Salen, G; Patel, SB
      Fine-mapping, mutation analyses, and structural mapping of cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis in US pedigrees

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    7. Albert, T; Wells, J; Funk, JO; Pullner, A; Raschke, EE; Stelzer, G; Meisterernst, I; Farnham, PJ; Eick, D
      The chromatin structure of the dual c-myc promoter P1/P2 is regulated by separate elements

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Souri, M; Ichinose, A
      Impaired protein folding, dimer formation, and heterotetramer assembly cause intra- and extracellular instability of a Y283C mutant of the a subunit for coagulation factor XIII

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    9. Ingledue, TC; Dominski, Z; Sanchez, R; Erkmann, JA; Marzluff, WF
      Dual role for the RNA-binding domain of Xenopus laevis SLBP1 in histone pre-mRNA processing

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    10. Yeowell, HN; Walker, LC
      Mutations in the lysyl hydroxylase 1 gene that result in enzyme deficiencyand the clinical phenotype of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type VI

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND METABOLISM
    11. Schutte, BC; Bjork, BC; Coppage, KB; Malik, MI; Gregory, SG; Scott, DJ; Brentzell, LM; Watanabe, Y; Dixon, MJ; Murray, JC
      A preliminary gene map for the Van der Woude syndrome critical region derived from 900 kb of genomic sequence at 1q32-q41

      GENOME RESEARCH
    12. Mahon, J
      Dropping out from psychological treatment for eating disorders: What are the issues?

      EUROPEAN EATING DISORDERS REVIEW
    13. Adjeroh, DA; Lee, MC
      An occupancy model for image retrieval and similarity evaluation

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON IMAGE PROCESSING
    14. Park, KC; Choi, HO; Han, WS; Hwang, JH; Park, KH; Kim, KH; Chung, JH; Eun, HC
      Identification of two novel frame shift mutations of the NF1 gene in Korean patients with neurofibromatosis type 1

      JOURNAL OF KOREAN MEDICAL SCIENCE
    15. Verrips, A; van Engelen, BGM; ter Laak, H; Gabreels-Festen, A; Janssen, A; Zwarts, M; Wevers, RA; Gabreels, FJM
      Cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis - Controversies about nerve and muscle: observations in ten patients

      NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS
    16. Slayton, RL; Deschenes, SP; Willing, MC
      Nonsense mutations in the COL1A1 gene preferentially reduce nuclear levelsof mRNA but not hnRNA in osteogenesis imperfecta type I cell strains

      MATRIX BIOLOGY
    17. Junkert-Tress, B; Tress, W; Hildenbrand, G; Hildenbrand, B; Windgassen, F; Schmitz, N; Hartkamp, N; Franz, M
      Premature termination - A multifactorial phenomenon

      PSYCHOTHERAPIE PSYCHOSOMATIK MEDIZINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE
    18. Lin, GT; Chen, SK; Liu, CS; Wang, WH
      Splice site mutation in the type VII collagen gene (COL7A1) in a Taiwanesefamily with recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa

      JOURNAL OF THE FORMOSAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    19. Yuan, WH
      Intron 1 rather than 5 ' flanking sequence mediates cell type-specific expression of c-myb at level of transcription elongation

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    20. Wilkin, DJ; Liberfarb, R; Davis, J; Levy, HP; Cole, WG; Francomano, CA; Cohn, DH
      Rapid determination of COL2A1 mutations in individuals with Stickler syndrome: Analysis of potential premature termination codons

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    21. Zeeck, A; Herzog, T
      Dropout in inpatient psychotherapy of anorexia nervosa

      NERVENARZT
    22. Freistroffer, DV; Kwiatkowski, M; Buckingham, RH; Ehrenberg, M
      The accuracy of codon recognition by polypeptide release factors

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    23. Clement, JQ; Wilkinson, MF
      Rapid induction of nuclear transcripts and inhibition of intron decay in response to the polymerase II inhibitor DRB

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    24. Marcelli, M; Ittmann, M; Mariani, S; Sutherland, R; Nigam, R; Murthy, L; Zhao, YL; DiConcini, D; Puxeddu, E; Esen, A; Eastham, J; Weigel, NL; Lamb, DJ
      Androgen receptor mutations in prostate cancer

      CANCER RESEARCH
    25. Tweed, AE; Salter, DP
      A conflict of responsibilities: A grounded theory study of clinical psychologists' experiences of client non-attendance within the British National Health Service

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Gardella, R; Zoppi, N; Ferraboli, S; Marini, D; Tadini, G; Barlati, S; Colombi, M
      Three homozygous PTC mutations in the collagen type VII gene of patients affected by recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa: Analysis of transcript levels in dermal fibroblasts

      HUMAN MUTATION
    27. Jacobs, EY; Frey, MR; Wu, W; Ingledue, TC; Gebuhr, TC; Gao, LM; Marzluff, WF; Matera, AG
      Coiled bodies preferentially associate with U4, U11, and U12 small nuclearRNA genes in interphase HeLa cells but not with U6 and U7 genes

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    28. Tasca, GA; Balfour, H; Bissada, H; Busby, K; Conrad, G; Cameron, P; Colletta, S; Potvin-Kent, M; Turpin, P
      Treatment completion and outcome in a partial hospitalization program: Interactions among patient variables

      PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH
    29. Schulz, H; Lang, K; Lotz-Rambaldi, W; Burger, W; Koch, U
      Premature termination of inpatient psychosomatic rehabilitation - An analysis based on epidemiological data from two different hospital companies

      PSYCHOTHERAPIE PSYCHOSOMATIK MEDIZINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE
    30. Mellerio, JE; Salas-alanis, JC; Amaya-Guerra, M; Tamez, E; Ashton, GHS; Mohammedi, R; Eady, RAJ; McGrath, JA
      A recurrent frameshift mutation in exon 19 of the type VII collagen gene (COL7A1) in Mexican patients with recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa

      EXPERIMENTAL DERMATOLOGY
    31. Trimborn, T; Gribnau, J; Grosveld, F; Fraser, P
      Mechanisms of developmental control of transcription in the murine alpha- and beta-globin loci

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    32. Richmond, RL; Carmody, TP
      Dropout from treatment for chronic low-back pain

      PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY-RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
    33. Cunningham, CE
      In the wake of the MTA: Charting a new course for the study and treatment of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHIATRIE
    34. Uitto, J
      Molecular genetics of the cutaneous basement membrane zone: clinical implications of basic research on epidermolysis bullosa

      MOLECULAR MEDICINE: NOVEL FINDINGS OF GENE DIAGNOSIS, REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION, AND GENE THERAPY
    35. Keene, RG; Mueller, A; Landick, R; London, L
      Transcriptional pause, arrest and termination sites for RNA polymerase II in mammalian N- and c-myc genes

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    36. Egyhazi, E; Ossoinak, A; Filhol-Cochet, O; Cochet, C; Pigon, A
      The binding of the alpha subunit of protein kinase CK2 and RAP74 subunit of TFIIF to protein-coding genes in living cells is DRB sensitive

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    37. Bergman, R
      Immunohistopathologic diagnosis of epidermolysis bullosa

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF DERMATOPATHOLOGY
    38. Reis, BF; Brown, LG
      Reducing psychotherapy dropouts: Maximizing perspective convergence in thepsychotherapy dyad

      PSYCHOTHERAPY
    39. Wakamatsu, N; Hayashi, M; Kawai, H; Kondo, H; Gotoda, Y; Nishida, Y; Kondo, R; Tsuji, S; Matumoto, T
      Mutations producing premature termination of translation and an amino acidsubstitution in the sterol 27-hydroxylase gene cause cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis associated with parkinsonism

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    40. Dallinger, G; Oberkofler, H; Seelos, C; Patsch, W
      Transcriptional elongation of the rat apolipoprotein A-I gene: identification and mapping of two arrest sites and their signals

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    41. McGrath, JA; Ashton, GHS; Mellerio, JE; Salas-Alanis, JC; Swensson, O; McMillan, JR; Eady, RAJ
      Moderation of phenotypic severity in dystrophic and junctional forms of epidermolysis bullosa through in-frame skipping of exons containing non-senseor frameshift mutations

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    42. Bauer, JW; Ortiz, S; Hengstschlager, M; Pulkkinen, L; Uitto, J; Hintner, H; Rappersberger, K
      Prenatal diagnosis of recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa in a family at risk for recurrence by haplotype analysis of the type VII collagen gene

      HAUTARZT
    43. Stern, SB
      Challenges to family engagement: What can multisystemic therapy teach family therapists? Commentary

      FAMILY PROCESS
    44. Besancon, R; Prost, AL; Konecny, L; Latour, P; Petiot, P; Boutrand, L; Kopp, N; Mularoni, A; Chamba, G; Vandenberghe, A
      Alternative exon 3 splicing of the human major protein zero gene in white blood cells and peripheral nerve tissue

      FEBS LETTERS
    45. Zoellner, LA; Feeny, NC; Fitzgibbons, LA; Foa, EB
      Response of African American and Caucasian women to cognitive behavioral therapy for PTSD

      BEHAVIOR THERAPY
    46. VALENTINE CR
      THE ASSOCIATION OF NONSENSE CODONS WITH EXON SKIPPING

      Mutation research. Reviews in mutation research
    47. Chung, HW; Kim, SC; Kim, HL
      Frame-shift mutation in hormone binding domain of human androgen receptor gene causes complete androgen insensitivity

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    48. WINOKUR ST; SHIANG R
      THE TREACHER-COLLINS-SYNDROME (TCOF1) GENE-PRODUCT, TREACLE, IS TARGETED TO THE NUCLEOLUS BY SIGNALS IN ITS C-TERMINUS

      Human molecular genetics (Print)
    49. Terwilliger, JD; Weiss, KM
      Linkage disequilibrium mapping of complex disease: fantasy or reality?

      CURRENT OPINION IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    50. PLANT KE; MORGAN GT
      STIMULATION OF RNA 3' PROCESSING BY FLANKING DNA IN XENOPUS OOCYTES

      Gene
    51. YEUNG G; CHOI LM; CHAO LC; PARK NJ; LIU DH; JAMIL A; MARTINSON HG
      POLY(A)-DRIVEN AND POLY(A)-ASSISTED TERMINATION - 2 DIFFERENT MODES OF POLY(A)-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTION TERMINATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    52. GRIBNAU J; DEBOER E; TRIMBORN T; WIJGERDE M; MILOT E; GROSVELD F; FRASER P
      CHROMATIN INTERACTION MECHANISM OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL IN-VIVO

      EMBO journal (Print)
    53. JOHNSON LN; NELSON TS; ALLGOOD SM
      NOTICING PRETREATMENT CHANGE AND THERAPY OUTCOME - AN INITIAL STUDY

      The American journal of family therapy
    54. CHEN WG; KUBOTA S; SEYAMA Y
      ALTERNATIVE PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING OF THE STEROL 27-HYDROXYLASE GENE (CYP-27) CAUSED BY A G-MUTATION TO A-MUTATION AT THE LAST NUCLEOTIDE OF EXON-6 IN A PATIENT WITH CEREBROTENDINOUS XANTHOMATOSIS (CTX)

      Journal of lipid research
    55. DARLING TN; YEE C; KOH B; MCGRATH JA; BAUER JW; UITTO J; HINTNER H; YANCEY KB
      CYCLOHEXIMIDE FACILITATES THE IDENTIFICATION OF ABERRANT TRANSCRIPTS RESULTING FROM A NOVEL SPLICE-SITE MUTATION IN COL17A1 IN A PATIENT WITH GENERALIZED ATROPHIC BENIGN EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    56. ROSEN H; RESHEF A; MAEDA N; LIPPOLDT A; SHPIZEN S; TRIGER L; EGGERTSEN G; BJORKHEM I; LEITERSDORF E
      MARKEDLY REDUCED BILE-ACID SYNTHESIS BUT MAINTAINED LEVELS OF CHOLESTEROL AND VITAMIN-D METABOLITES IN MICE WITH DISRUPTED STEROL 27-HYDROXYLASE GENE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    57. ICHINOSE A; TSUKAMOTO H; IZUMI T; YAMAZAKI T; TOGASHI M; TAKAMATSU J; SAITO H; UMEYAMA K
      ARG260-CYS MUTATION IN SEVERE FACTOR-XIII DEFICIENCY - CONFORMATIONALCHANGE OF THE A-SUBUNIT IS PREDICTED BY MOLECULAR MODELING AND MECHANICS

      British Journal of Haematology
    58. SALASALANIS JC; MELLERIO JE; AMAYAGUERRA M; ASHTON GHS; EADY RAJ; MCGRATH JA
      FRAMESHIFT MUTATIONS IN THE TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE (COL7A1) IN 5 MEXICAN COUSINS WITH RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      British journal of dermatology
    59. KANGSADALAMPAI S; CHELVANAYAGAM G; BAKER RT; YENCHITSOMANUS P; PUNGAMRITT P; MAHASANDANA C; BOARD PG
      A NOVEL ASN344 DELETION IN THE CORE DOMAIN OF COAGULATION-FACTOR-XIIIA SUBUNIT - ITS EFFECTS ON PROTEIN-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

      Blood
    60. TAKAHASHI N; TSUKAMOTO H; UMEYAMA H; CASTAMAN G; RODEGHIERO F; ICHINOSE A
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF TYPE-II FACTOR-XIII DEFICIENCY - NOVEL GLY562-ARG MUTATION AND C-TERMINAL TRUNCATION OF THE A SUBUNIT CAUSE FACTOR-XIII DEFICIENCY AS CHARACTERIZED IN A MAMMALIAN EXPRESSION SYSTEM

      Blood
    61. CHEN WG; KUBOTA S; UJIKE H; ISHIHARA T; SEYAMA Y
      A NOVEL ARG(362)SER MUTATION IN THE STEROL 27-HYDROXYLASE GENE (CYP27) - ITS EFFECTS ON PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING AND ENZYME-ACTIVITY

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    62. CHEN W; KUBOTA S; TERAMOTO T; NISHIMURA Y; YONEMOTO K; SEYAMA Y
      SILENT NUCLEOTIDE SUBSTITUTION IN THE STEROL 27-HYDROXYLASE GENE (CYP-27) LEADS TO ALTERNATIVE PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING BY ACTIVATING A CRYPTIC 5'-SPLICE-SITE AT THE MUTANT CODON IN CEREBROTENDINOUS XANTHOMATOSIS PATIENTS

      Biochemistry
    63. SAKUNTABHAI A; HAMMAMIHAUASLI N; BODEMER C; ROCHAT A; PROST C; BARRANDON Y; DEPROST Y; LATHROP M; WOJNAROWSKA F; BRUCKNERTUDERMAN L; HOVNANIAN A
      DELETIONS WITHIN COL7A1 EXONS DISTANT FROM CONSENSUS SPLICE SITES ALTER SPLICING AND PRODUCE SHORTENED POLYPEPTIDES IN DOMINANT DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      American journal of human genetics
    64. KORKKO J; KUIVANIEMI H; PAASSILTA P; ZHUANG JP; TROMP G; DEPAEPE A; PROCKOP DJ; ALAKOKKO L
      2 NEW RECURRENT NUCLEOTIDE MUTATIONS IN THE COL1A1 GENE IN 4 PATIENTSWITH OSTEOGENESIS IMPERFECTA - ABOUT 1 5TH ARE RECURRENT/

      Human mutation
    65. JARVIKALLIO A; PULKKINEN L; UITTO J
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA - MUTATIONS IS THE TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE (COL7A1)

      Human mutation
    66. MANCEBO HSY; LEE G; FLYGARE J; TOMASSINI J; LUU P; ZHU YR; PENO JM; BLAU C; HAZUDA D; PRICE D; FLORES O
      P-TEFB KINASE IS REQUIRED FOR HIV TAT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      Genes & development
    67. GREENBERG ME; MATHEWS MB
      EFFECTS OF HETEROLOGOUS DOWNSTREAM SEQUENCES ON THE ACTIVITY OF THE HIV-1 PROMOTER AND ITS RESPONSE TO TAT

      Nucleic acids research
    68. PESSLER F; PENDERGRAST PS; HERNANDEZ N
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FBI-1, A CELLULAR FACTOR THAT BINDS TO THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 INDUCER OF SHORT TRANSCRIPTS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    69. BEYEBACH M; CARRANZA VE
      THERAPEUTIC INTERACTION AND DROPOUT - MEASURING RELATIONAL COMMUNICATION IN SOLUTION-FOCUSED THERAPY

      Journal of family therapy
    70. TAMAI K; ISHIDAAMAMOTO A; MATSUO S; LIZUKA H; HASHIMOTO I; CHRISTIANO AM; UITTO J; MCGRATH JA
      COMPOUND HETEROZYGOSITY FOR A NONSENSE MUTATION AND A SPLICE-SITE MUTATION IN THE TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE (COL7A1) IN RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      Laboratory investigation
    71. CHEN W; KUBOTA S; KIM KS; CHENG J; KURIYAMA M; EGGERTSEN G; BJORKHEM I; SEYAMA Y
      NOVEL HOMOZYGOUS AND COMPOUND HETEROZYGOUS MUTATIONS OF STEROL 27-HYDROXYLASE GENE (CYP27) CAUSE CEREBROTENDINOUS XANTHOMATOSIS IN 3 JAPANESE PATIENTS FROM 2 UNRELATED FAMILIES

      Journal of lipid research
    72. GARUTI R; CROCE MA; TIOZZO R; DOTTI MT; FEDERICO A; BERTOLINI S; CALANDRA S
      4 NOVEL MUTATIONS OF STEROL 27-HYDROXYLASE GENE IN ITALIAN PATIENTS WITH CEREBROTENDINOUS XANTHOMATOSIS

      Journal of lipid research
    73. WANG XH; PIOMELLI S; PEACOCKE M; CHRISTIANO AM; POHFITZPATRICK MB
      ERYTHROPOIETIC PROTOPORPHYRIA - 4 NOVEL FRAMESHIFT MUTATIONS IN THE FERROCHELATASE GENE

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    74. KEMPPAINEN R; PALATSI R; KALLIOINEN M; OIKARINEN A
      A HOMOZYGOUS NONSENSE MUTATION AND A COMBINATION OF 2 MUTATIONS OF THE WILSON DISEASE GENE IN PATIENTS WITH DIFFERENT LYSYL OXIDASE ACTIVITIES IN CULTURED FIBROBLASTS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    75. HOVNANIAN A; ROCHAT A; BODEMER C; PETIT E; RIVERS CA; PROST C; FRAITAG S; CHRISTIANO AM; UITTO J; LATHROP M; BARRANDON Y; DEPROST Y
      CHARACTERIZATION OF 18 NEW MUTATIONS IN COL7A1 IN RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA PROVIDES EVIDENCE FOR DISTINCT MOLECULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING DEFECTIVE ANCHORING FIBRIL FORMATION

      American journal of human genetics
    76. CHEN WG; KUBOTA S; NISHIMURA Y; NOZAKI S; YAMASHITA S; NAKAGAWA T; KAMEDATAKEMURA K; MENJU M; MATSUZAWA Y; BJORKHEM I; EGGERTSEN G; SEYAMA Y
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF A JAPANESE CEREBROTENDINOUS XANTHOMATOSIS FAMILY - IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL MUTATION IN THE ADRENODOXIN BINDING REGIONOF THE CYP-27 GENE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular basis of disease
    77. ARAUJO L; GOLDBERG P; EYMA J; MADHUSOODANAN S; BUFF DD; SHAMIM K; BRENNER R
      THE EFFECT OF ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION ON COMPLETION WITHDRAWAL STATUS IN PATIENTS ADMITTED TO SUBSTANCE-ABUSE DETOXIFICATION PROGRAM

      Journal of substance abuse treatment
    78. VERRIPS A; STEENBERGENSPANJERS GCH; LUYTEN JAFM; VANDENHEUVEL LPWJ; KEYSER A; GABREELS FJM; WEVERS RA
      2 NEW MUTATIONS IN THE STEROL 27-HYDROXYLASE GENE IN 2 FAMILIES LEAD TO CEREBROTENDINOUS XANTHOMATOSIS

      Human genetics
    79. RAMAMURTHY L; INGLEDUE TC; PILCH DR; KAY BK; MARZLUFF WF
      INCREASING THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE SNRNA PROMOTER AND THE 3'-BOX DECREASES THE EFFICIENCY OF SNRNA 3'-END FORMATION

      Nucleic acids research
    80. PLANT KE; HAIR A; MORGAN GT
      GENES ENCODING ISOFORMS OF TRANSCRIPTION ELONGATION-FACTOR TFIIS IN XENOPUS AND THE USE OF MULTIPLE UNUSUAL RNA PROCESSING SIGNALS

      Nucleic acids research
    81. KESSLER O; CHASIN LA
      EFFECTS OF NONSENSE MUTATIONS ON NUCLEAR AND CYTOPLASMIC ADENINE PHOSPHORIBOSYLTRANSFERASE RNA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    82. YANKULOV KY; PANDES M; MCCRACKEN S; BOUCHARD D; BENTLEY DL
      TFIIH FUNCTIONS IN REGULATING TRANSCRIPTIONAL ELONGATION BY RNA-POLYMERASE-II IN XENOPUS OOCYTES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    83. REEDER TC; HAWLEY DK
      PROMOTER PROXIMAL SEQUENCES MODULATE RNA-POLYMERASE-II ELONGATION BY A NOVEL MECHANISM

      Cell
    84. CLINTON DN
      WHY DO EATING DISORDER PATIENTS DROP-OUT

      Psychotherapy and psychosomatics
    85. PERLICK HA; MEDGHALCHI SM; SPENCER FA; KENDZIOR RJ; DIETZ HC
      MAMMALIAN ORTHOLOGUES OF A YEAST REGULATOR OF NONSENSE TRANSCRIPT STABILITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    86. WRIGHT S; LUCCARINI C
      EFFECT OF THE POSITION OF TAR ON TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION BY HIV-1 TAT IN-VIVO

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    87. CHRISTIANO AM; DALESSIO M; PARADISI M; ANGELO C; MAZZANTI C; PUDDU P; UITTO J
      A COMMON INSERTION MUTATION IN COL7A1 IN 2 ITALIAN FAMILIES WITH RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    88. LIDDLE BJ
      THERAPIST SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER, AND COUNSELING PRACTICES AS THEY RELATE TO RATINGS OF HELPFULNESS BY GAY AND LESBIAN CLIENTS

      Journal of counseling psychology
    89. GARDELLA R; BELLETTI L; ZOPPI N; MARINI D; BARLATI S; COLOMBI M
      IDENTIFICATION OF 2 SPLICING MUTATIONS IN THE COLLAGEN TYPE-VII GENE (COL7A1) OF A PATIENT AFFECTED BY THE LOCALISATA VARIANT OF RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      American journal of human genetics
    90. MAQUAT LE
      WHEN CELLS STOP MAKING SENSE - EFFECTS OF NONSENSE CODONS ON RNA-METABOLISM IN VERTEBRATE CELLS

      RNA
    91. HONE J; ACCILI D; PSIACHOU H; ALGHBANDZADEH J; MITTON S; WERTHEIMER E; SINCLAIR L; TAYLOR SI
      HOMOZYGOSITY FOR A NULL ALLELE OF THE INSULIN-RECEPTOR GENE IN A PATIENT WITH LEPRECHAUNISM

      Human mutation
    92. KOEBERL DD; HALBERT CL; KRUMM A; MILLER AD
      SEQUENCES WITHIN THE CODING REGIONS OF CLOTTING FACTOR-VIII AND CFTR BLOCK TRANSCRIPTIONAL ELONGATION

      Human gene therapy
    93. PEPMEYER J; REDLICH A
      A (HYPOTHETICAL) MODEL OF DROPOUT FROM SO CIAL GROUP WORK WITH CHILDREN

      Zeitschrift fur Padagogische Psychologie
    94. IMASAKI K; OKABE T; MURAKAMI H; FUJITA K; TAKAYANAGI R; NAWATA H
      PREMATURE TERMINATION MUTATION ((772)GLU-]STOP) IN THE HORMONE-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IN A PATIENT WITH THE RECEPTOR-NEGATIVE FORM OF COMPLETE ANDROGEN INSENSITIVITY SYNDROME

      Endocrine journal
    95. SHARMA SB; ELKINS D; VANSICKLE A; ROBERTS CS
      EFFECT OF PREDISCHARGE INTERVENTIONS ON AFTERCARE ATTENDANCE - PROCESS AND OUTCOME

      Health & social work
    96. LINLEE YC; SOYAL SM; SURGUCHOV A; SANDERS S; STROBL W; PATSCH W
      THYROID-HORMONE INFLUENCES CONDITIONAL TRANSCRIPT ELONGATION OF THE APOLIPOPROTEIN-A-I GENE IN RAT-LIVER

      Journal of lipid research
    97. ALBERT DA
      THE EFFECT OF CYCLIC-AMP ON THE REGULATION OF C-MYC EXPRESSION IN T-LYMPHOMA-CELLS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    98. ALLERA A; HERBST MA; GRIFFIN JE; WILSON JD; SCHWEIKERT HU; MCPHAUL MJ
      MUTATIONS OF THE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR CODING SEQUENCE ARE INFREQUENT IN PATIENTS WITH ISOLATED HYPOSPADIAS

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
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