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    1. Beier, H; Grimm, M
      Misreading of termination codons in eukaryotes by natural nonsense suppressor tRNAs

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    2. Adams, MJ; Antoniw, JF; Mullins, JGL
      Plant virus transmission by plasmodiophorid fungi is associated with distinctive transmembrane regions of virus-encoded proteins

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    3. Terauchi, H; Kanematsu, S; Honda, K; Mikoshiba, Y; Ishiguro, K; Hidaka, S
      Comparison of complete nucleotide sequences of genomic RNAs of four Soybean dwarf virus strains that differ in their vector specificity and symptom production

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    4. Erhardt, M; Dunoyer, P; Guilley, H; Richards, K; Jonard, G; Bouzoubaa, S
      Beet necrotic yellow vein virus particles localize to mitochondria during infection

      VIROLOGY
    5. Li, CY; Cox-Foster, D; Gray, SM; Gildow, F
      Vector specificity of barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV) transmission: Identification of potential cellular receptors binding BYDV-MAV in the aphid, Sitobion avenae

      VIROLOGY
    6. Hammond, RW; Ramirez, P
      Molecular characterization of the genome of Maize rayado fino virus, the type member of the genus Marafivirus

      VIROLOGY
    7. Reinbold, C; Gildow, FE; Herrbach, E; Ziegler-Graff, V; Goncalves, MC; van den Heuvel, JFJM; Brault, V
      Studies on the role of the minor capsid protein in transport of Beet western yellows virus through Myzus persicae

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    8. Merits, A; Vasiljeva, L; Ahola, T; Kaariainen, L; Auvinen, P
      Proteolytic processing of Semliki Forest virus-specific non-structural polyprotein by nsP2 protease

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    9. Rouze-Jouan, J; Terradot, L; Pasquer, F; Tanguy, S; Ducray-Bourdin, DG
      The passage of Potato leafroll virus through Myzus persicae gut membrane regulates transmission efficiency

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    10. Silar, P; Rossignol, M; Haedens, V; Derhy, Z; Mazabraud, A
      Deletion and dosage modulation of the eEF1A gene in Podospora anserina: effect on the life cycle

      BIOGERONTOLOGY
    11. Manuvakhova, M; Keeling, K; Bedwell, DM
      Aminoglycoside antibiotics mediate context-dependent suppression of termination codons in a mammalian translation system

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    12. Carlson, BA; Kwon, SY; Lee, BJ; Hatfield, D
      Yeast asparagine (Asn) tRNA without Q base promotes eukaryotic frameshifting more efficiently than mammalian Asn tRNAs with or without Q base

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    13. Goldman, E; Korus, M; Mandecki, W
      Efficiencies of translation in three reading frames of unusual non-ORF sequences isolated from phage display

      FASEB JOURNAL
    14. Dahlgren, A; Ryden-Aulin, M
      A novel mutation in ribosomal protein S4 that affects the function of a mutated RF1

      BIOCHIMIE
    15. Moon, JS; Allen, RG; Domier, LL; Hewings, AD
      Molecular and biological characterization of a trackable Illinois isolate of Barley yellow dwarf virus-PAV

      PLANT DISEASE
    16. Yamamiya, A; Shirako, Y
      Construction of full-length cDNA clones to Soil-borne wheat mosaic virus RNA1 and RNA2, from which infectious RNAs are transcribed in vitro: Virion formation and systemic infection without expression of the N-terminal and C-terminal extensions to the capsid protein

      VIROLOGY
    17. Shirako, Y; Suzuki, N; French, RC
      Similarity and divergence among viruses in the genus Furovirus

      VIROLOGY
    18. Scagliusi, SM; Lockhart, BEL
      Transmission, characterization, and serology of a luteovirus associated with yellow leaf syndrome of sugarcane

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    19. Nurkiyanova, KM; Ryabov, EV; Commandeur, U; Duncan, GH; Canto, T; Gray, SM; Mayo, MA; Taliansky, ME
      Tagging Potato leafroll virus with the jellyfish green fluorescent proteingene

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    20. Gray, SM; Banerjee, N
      Mechanisms of arthropod transmission of plant and animal viruses

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    21. Mastari, J; Lapierre, H
      Sequences of the 3 ' halves of the genomes of barley yellow dwarf Virus-PAV cpA isolates that vary in symptom severity

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    22. Stahl, G; Rousset, JP
      Surprising ways of decoding genetic information

      M S-MEDECINE SCIENCES
    23. Arif, M; Reavy, B; Torrance, L
      Read-through protein gene of potato mop-top furovirus is associated with acquisition and transmission of the virus by Spongospora subterranea f.sp subterranea

      PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    24. Diao, AP; Chen, JP; Gitton, F; Antoniw, JF; Mullins, J; Hall, AM; Adams, MJ
      Sequences of European wheat mosaic virus and oat golden stripe virus and genome analysis of the genus Furovirus

      VIROLOGY
    25. Weaver, SC; Brault, AC; Kang, WL; Holland, JJ
      Genetic and fitness changes accompanying adaptation of an arbovirus to vertebrate and invertebrate cells

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    26. Liu, ZS; Reches, M; Engelberg-Kulka, H
      A sequence in the Escherichia coli fdhF "selenocysteine insertion sequence" (SECIS) operates in the absence of selenium

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Alam, SL; Wills, NM; Ingram, JA; Atkins, JF; Gesteland, RF
      Structural studies of the RNA pseudoknot required for readthrough of the gag-termination codon of murine leukemia virus

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    28. Savenkov, EI; Sandgren, M; Valkonen, JPT
      Complete sequence of RNA 1 and the presence of tRNA-like structures in allRNAs of Potato mop-top virus, genus Pomovirus

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    29. Sogaard, TMM; Jakobsen, CG; Justesen, J
      A sensitive assay of translational fidelity (readthrough and termination) in eukaryotic cells

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    30. GRENTZMANN G; INGRAM JA; KELLY PJ; GESTELAND RF; ATKINS JF
      A DUAL-LUCIFERASE REPORTER SYSTEM FOR STUDYING RECODING SIGNALS

      RNA
    31. Zuurmond, AM; Zeef, LAH; Kraal, B
      A kirromycin-resistant EF-Tu species reverses streptomycin dependence of Escherichia coli strains mutated in ribosomal protein S12

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    32. YAGI M; ZIEGER B; ROTH GJ; WARE J
      STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION OF THE HUMAN SEPTIN GENE HCDCREL-1

      Gene
    33. BAUM M; BEIER H
      WHEAT CYTOPLASMIC ARGININE TRANSFER-RNA ISOACCEPTOR WITH A U-ASTERISK-CG ANTICODON IS AN EFFICIENT UGA SUPPRESSOR IN-VITRO

      Nucleic acids research
    34. ASHOUB A; ROHDE W; PRUFER D
      IN PLANTA TRANSCRIPTION OF A 2ND SUBGENOMIC RNA INCREASES THE COMPLEXITY OF THE SUBGROUP 2 LUTEOVIRUS GENOME

      Nucleic acids research
    35. SANCHEZ JC; PADRON G; SANTANA H; HERRERA L
      ELIMINATION OF AN HUIFN-ALPHA-2B READTHROUGH SPECIES, PRODUCED IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI, BY REPLACING ITS NATURAL TRANSLATIONAL STOP SIGNAL

      Journal of biotechnology
    36. Grimm, M; Nass, A; Schull, C; Beier, H
      Nucleotide sequences and functional characterization of two tobacco UAG suppressor tRNA(Gln) isoacceptors and their genes

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    37. Bourdin, D; Rouze, J; Tanguy, S; Robert, Y
      Variation among clones of Myzus persicae and Myzus nicotianae in the transmission of a poorly and a highly aphid-transmissible isolate of potato leafroll luteovirus (PLRV)

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    38. SHIRAKO Y
      NON-AUG TRANSLATION INITIATION IN A PLANT RNA VIRUS - A 40-AMINO-ACIDEXTENSION IS ADDED TO THE N-TERMINUS OF THE SOIL-BORNE WHEAT MOSAIC-VIRUS CAPSID PROTEIN

      Journal of virology
    39. Zhang, SP; Ryden-Aulin, M; Isaksson, LA
      Functional interaction between tRNA(2)(Gly) at the ribosomal P-site and RF1 during termination at UAG

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    40. REAVY B; ARIF M; COWAN GH; TORRANCE L
      ASSOCIATION OF SEQUENCES IN THE COAT PROTEIN READTHROUGH DOMAIN OF POTATO MOP-TOP VIRUS WITH TRANSMISSION BY SPONGOSPORA-SUBTERRANEA/

      Journal of General Virology
    41. MATSUGI J; MURAO K; ISHIKURA H
      EFFECT OF BACILLUS-SUBTILIS TRNA(TRP) ON READTHROUGH RATE AT AN OPAL UGA CODON

      Journal of Biochemistry
    42. WENTHZEL AMK; STANCEK M; ISAKSSON LA
      GROWTH-PHASE DEPENDENT STOP CODON READTHROUGH AND SHIFT OF TRANSLATION READING FRAME IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      FEBS letters
    43. MILLER WA; KOEV G; MOHAN BR
      ARE THERE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH TRANSGENIC RESISTANCE TO LUTEOVIRUSES

      Plant disease
    44. MILLER WA; RASOCHOVA L
      BARLEY YELLOW DWARF VIRUSES

      Annual review of phytopathology
    45. DEMLER SA; RUCKERFEENEY DG; SKAF JS; DEZOETEN GA
      EXPRESSION AND SUPPRESSION OF CIRCULATIVE APHID TRANSMISSION IN PEA ENATION MOSAIC-VIRUS

      Journal of General Virology
    46. KOENIG R; COMMANDEUR U; LOSS S; BEIER C; KAUFMANN A; LESEMANN DE
      BEET SOIL-BORNE VIRUS-RNA-2 - SIMILARITIES AND DISSIMILARITIES TO THECOAT PROTEIN GENE-CARRYING RNA OF OTHER FUROVIRUSES

      Journal of General Virology
    47. DESSENS JT; MEYER M
      IDENTIFICATION OF STRUCTURAL SIMILARITIES BETWEEN PUTATIVE TRANSMISSION PROTEINS OF POLYMYXA AND SPONGOSPORA TRANSMITTED BYMOVIRUSES AND FUROVIRUSES

      Virus genes
    48. URBAN C; ZERFASS K; FINGERHUT C; BEIER H
      UGA SUPPRESSION BY TRNA(CMCA)(TRP) OCCURS IN DIVERSE VIRUS RNAS DUE TO A LIMITED INFLUENCE OF THE CODON CONTEXT

      Nucleic acids research
    49. KOZLOVSKA TM; CIELENS I; VASILJEVA I; STRELNIKOVA A; KAZAKS A; DISLERS A; DREILINA D; OSE V; GUSARS I; PUMPENS P
      RNA PHAGE Q-BETA COAT PROTEIN AS A CARRIER FOR FOREIGN EPITOPES

      Intervirology
    50. FUTTERER J; HOHN T
      TRANSLATION IN PLANTS - RULES AND EXCEPTIONS

      Plant molecular biology
    51. MAIA IG; SERON K; HAENNI AL; BERNARDI F
      GENE-EXPRESSION FROM VIRAL-RNA GENOMES

      Plant molecular biology
    52. ZHANG SP; RYDENAULIN M; ISAKSSON LA
      FUNCTIONAL INTERACTION BETWEEN RELEASE FACTOR ONE AND P-SITE PEPTIDYL-TRANSFER-RNA ON THE RIBOSOME

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    53. ARORA R; PRIANO C; JACOBSON AB; MILLS DR
      CIS-ACTING ELEMENTS WITHIN AN RNA COLIPHAGE GENOME - FOLD AS YOU PLEASE, BUT FOLD YOU MUST

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    54. LAMB JW; DUNCAN GH; REAVY B; GILDOW FE; MAYO MA; HAY RT
      ASSEMBLY OF VIRUS-LIKE PARTICLES IN INSECT CELLS INFECTED WITH A BACULOVIRUS CONTAINING A MODIFIED COAT PROTEIN GENE OF POTATO LEAFROLL LUTEOVIRUS

      Journal of General Virology
    55. SAKAKIBARA Y
      RIFAMPIN-INDUCED INITIATION OF CHROMOSOME-REPLICATION IN DNAR-DEFICIENT ESCHERICHIA-COLI-CELLS

      Journal of bacteriology
    56. LI Y; WEI C; TIEN P; PAN N; CHEN Z
      IMMUNODETECTION OF BEET NECROTIC YELLOW VEIN VIRUS RNA3-ENCODED PROTEIN IN DIFFERENT HOST PLANTS AND TISSUES

      Acta virologica
    57. JANG YK; MYUNG KJ; JIN YH; KIM EM; SEONG RH; HONG SH; PARK SD
      A NORMAL TRNA(ARG) COMPLEMENTS THE RAD18X MUTATION IN SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE

      Molecules and cells
    58. URBAN C; BEIER H
      CYSTEINE TRANSFER-RNAS OF PLANT-ORIGIN AS NOVEL UGA SUPPRESSORS

      Nucleic acids research
    59. HEHN A; BOUZOUBAA S; BATE N; TWELL D; MARBACH J; RICHARDS K; GUILLEY H; JONARD G
      THE SMALL CYSTEINE-RICH PROTEIN P14 OF BEET NECROTIC YELLOW VEIN VIRUS REGULATES ACCUMULATION OF RNA-2 IN CIS AND COAT PROTEIN IN TRANS

      Virology
    60. HERZOG E; GUILLEY H; FRITSCH C
      TRANSLATION OF THE 2ND GENE OF PEANUT CLUMP VIRUS-RNA-2 OCCURS BY LEAKY SCANNING IN-VITRO

      Virology
    61. HONIGMAN A; FALK H; MADOR N; ROSENTAL T; PANET A
      TRANSLATION EFFICIENCY OF THE HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS (HTLV-2) GAG GENE MODULATES THE FREQUENCY OF RIBOSOMAL FRAMESHIFTING

      Virology
    62. KASHIWAZAKI S; SCOTT KP; REAVY B; HARRISON BD
      SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS AND GENE CONTENT OF POTATO MOP-TOP VIRUS-RNA-3 - FURTHER EVIDENCE OF HETEROGENEITY IN THE GENOME ORGANIZATION OF FUROVIRUSES

      Virology
    63. MCCAUGHAN KK; BROWN CM; DALPHIN ME; BERRY MJ; TATE WP
      TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION EFFICIENCY IN MAMMALS IS INFLUENCED BY THE BASE FOLLOWING THE STOP CODON

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    64. BONETTI B; FU LW; MOON J; BEDWELL DM
      THE EFFICIENCY OF TRANSLATION TERMINATION IS DETERMINED BY A SYNERGISTIC INTERPLAY BETWEEN UPSTREAM AND DOWNSTREAM SEQUENCES IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    65. MENG SY; HUI JO; HANIU M; TSAI LB
      ANALYSIS OF TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN METHIONYL-NEUROTROPHIN-3 IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    66. HEHN A; BOUZOUBAA S; JONARD G; GUILLEY H; RICHARDS KE
      ARTIFICIAL DEFECTIVE INTERFERING RNAS DERIVED FROM RNA-2 OF BEET NECROTIC YELLOW VEIN VIRUS

      Archives of virology
    67. WILLS NM; GESTELAND RF; ATKINS JF
      PSEUDOKNOT-DEPENDENT READ-THROUGH OF RETROVIRAL GAG TERMINATION CODONS - IMPORTANCE OF SEQUENCES IN THE SPACER AND LOOP-2

      EMBO journal
    68. MOTTAGUITABAR S; BJORNSSON A; ISAKSSON LA
      THE 2ND TO LAST AMINO-ACID IN THE NASCENT PEPTIDE AS A CODON CONTEXT DETERMINANT

      EMBO journal
    69. FAXEN M; ISAKSSON LA
      FUNCTIONAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN TRANSLATION, TRANSCRIPTION AND PPGPP IN GROWING ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    70. CHEN JP; MACFARLANE SA; WILSON TMA
      DETECTION AND SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A SPONTANEOUS DELETION MUTANT OF SOIL-BORNE WHEAT MOSAIC-VIRUS RNA2 ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED SYMPTOM SEVERITY

      Virology
    71. LASTARZA MW; GRAKOUI A; RICE CM
      DELETION AND DUPLICATION MUTATIONS IN THE C-TERMINAL NONCONSERVED REGION OF SINDBIS VIRUS NSP3 - EFFECTS ON PHOSPHORYLATION AND ON VIRUS-REPLICATION IN VERTEBRATE AND INVERTEBRATE CELLS

      Virology
    72. SYROID DE; CAPONE JP
      PNA CHAIN ELONGATION AND TERMINATION BY MAMMALIAN RNA-POLYMERASE-III - ANALYSIS OF TRANSFER-RNA GENE-TRANSCRIPTION BY IMPOSING A REVERSIBLEFACTOR-MEDIATED BLOCK TO ELONGATION USING A SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC DNA-BINDING PROTEIN

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    73. ZHANG SP; RYDENAULIN M; KIRSEBOM LA; ISAKSSON LA
      GENETIC IMPLICATION FOR AN INTERACTION BETWEEN RELEASE FACTOR ONE ANDRIBOSOMAL-PROTEIN L7 L12 IN-VIVO/

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    74. MOTE J; GHANOUNI P; REINES D
      A DNA MINOR GROOVE-BINDING LIGAND BOTH POTENTIATES AND ARRESTS TRANSCRIPTION BY RNA-POLYMERASE-II - ELONGATION-FACTOR SII ENABLES READTHROUGH AT ARREST SITES

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    75. HERZOG E; GUILLEY H; MANOHAR SK; DOLLET M; RICHARDS K; FRITSCH C; JONARD G
      COMPLETE NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF PEANUT CLUMP VIRUS-RNA-1 AND RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER FUNGUS-TRANSMITTED ROD-SHAPED VIRUSES

      Journal of General Virology
    76. REINES D; GHANOUNI P; GU WG; MOTE J; POWELL W
      TRANSCRIPTION ELONGATION BY RNA POLYMERASE-II - MECHANISM OF SII ACTIVATION

      Cellular & molecular biology research
    77. REUTENAUER A; ZIEGLERGRAFF V; LOT H; SCHEIDECKER D; GUILLEY H; RICHARDS K; JONARD G
      IDENTIFICATION OF BEET WESTERN YELLOWS LUTEOVIRUS GENES IMPLICATED INVIRAL REPLICATION AND PARTICLE MORPHOGENESIS

      Virology
    78. OCONNOR M; DAHLBERG AE
      MUTATIONS AT U2555, A TRANSFER RNA-PROTECTED BASE IN 23S RIBOSOMAL-RNA, AFFECT TRANSLATIONAL FIDELITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America


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