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    1. Frisch, R; Singleton, KR; Moses, PA; Gonzalez, IL; Carango, P; Marks, HG; Funanage, VL
      Effect of triplet repeat expansion on chromatin structure and expression of DMPK and neighboring genes, SIX5 and DMWD, in myotonic dystrophy

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND METABOLISM
    2. Mistry, DJ; Moorman, JR; Reddy, S; Mounsey, JP
      Skeletal muscle Na currents in mice heterozygous for Six5 deficiency

      PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS
    3. Filippova, GN; Thienes, CP; Penn, BH; Cho, DH; Hu, YJ; Moore, JM; Klesert, T; Lobanenkov, VV; Tapscott, SJ
      CTCF-binding sites flank CTG/CAG repeats and form a methylation-sensitive insulator at the DM1 locus

      NATURE GENETICS
    4. Kirby, RJ; Hamilton, GM; Finnegan, DJ; Johnson, KJ; Jarman, AP
      Drosophila homolog of the myotonic dystrophy-associated gene, SIX5, is required for muscle and gonad development

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    5. Larkin, K; Fardaei, M
      Myotonic dystrophy - A multigene disorder

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    6. Fardaei, M; Larkin, K; Brook, JD; Hamshere, MG
      In vivo co-localisation of MBNL protein with DMPK expanded-repeat transcripts

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    7. Tapscott, SJ; Thornton, CA
      Biomedicine - Reconstructing myotonic dystrophy

      SCIENCE
    8. Liquori, CL; Ricker, K; Moseley, ML; Jacobsen, JF; Kress, W; Naylor, SL; Day, JW; Ranum, LPW
      Myotonic dystrophy type 2 caused by a CCTG expansion in intron 1 of ZNF9

      SCIENCE
    9. Eriksson, M; Hedberg, B; Carey, N; Ansved, T
      Decreased DMPK transcript levels in myotonic dystrophy 1 type IIA muscle fibers

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    10. Meola, G
      Myotonic dystrophies

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROLOGY
    11. Opdahl, H; Haugen, T; Hagberg, IA; Aspelin, T; Lyberg, T
      Effects of short-term nitrogen monoxide inhalation on leukocyte adhesion molecules, generation of reactive oxygen species, and cytokine release in human blood

      NITRIC OXIDE-BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    12. Conne, B; Stutz, A; Vassalli, JD
      The 3 ' untranslated region of messenger RNA: A molecular 'hotspot' for pathology?

      NATURE MEDICINE
    13. Klesert, TR; Cho, DH; Clark, JI; Maylie, J; Adelman, J; Snider, L; Yuen, EC; Soriano, P; Tapscott, SJ
      Mice deficient in Six5 develop cataracts: implications for myotonic dystrophy

      NATURE GENETICS
    14. Sarkar, PS; Appukuttan, B; Han, J; Ito, Y; Ai, CW; Tsai, WL; Chai, Y; Stout, JT; Reddy, S
      Heterozygous loss of Six5 in mice is sufficient to cause ocular cataracts

      NATURE GENETICS
    15. Narang, MA; Waring, JD; Sabourin, LA; Korneluk, RG
      Myotonic dystrophy (DM) protein kinase levels in congenital and adult DM patients

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    16. Mounsey, JP; Mistry, DJ; Ai, CW; Reddy, S; Moorman, JR
      Skeletal muscle sodium channel gating in mice deficient in myotonic dystrophy protein kinase

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    17. Boucher, CA; Winchester, CL; Hamilton, GM; Winter, AD; Johnson, KJ; Bailey, MES
      Structure, mapping and expression of the human gene encoding the homeodomain protein, SIX2

      GENE
    18. Raca, G; Siyanova, EY; McMurray, CT; Mirkin, SM
      Expansion of the (CTG)(n) repeat in the 5 '-UTR of a reporter gene impedestranslation

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    19. Kawakami, K; Sato, S; Ozaki, H; Ikeda, K
      Six family genes - structure and function as transcription factors and their roles in development

      BIOESSAYS
    20. Miller, JW; Urbinati, CR; Teng-umnuay, P; Stenberg, MG; Byrne, BJ; Thornton, CA; Swanson, MS
      Recruitment of human muscleblind proteins to (CUG)(n) expansions associated with myotonic dystrophy

      EMBO JOURNAL
    21. Meola, G
      Clinical and genetic heterogeneity in myotonic dystrophies

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    22. Tapscott, SJ
      Biomedicine - Deconstructing myotonic dystrophy

      SCIENCE
    23. Mankodi, A; Logigian, E; Callahan, L; McClain, C; White, R; Henderson, D; Krym, M; Thornton, CA
      Myotonic dystrophy in transgenic mice expressing an expanded CUG repeat

      SCIENCE
    24. Nokelainen, P; Heiskala, H; Lehesjoki, AE; Kaski, M
      A patient with 2 different repeat expansion mutations

      ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY
    25. Korade-Mirnics, Z; Tarleton, J; Servidei, S; Casey, RR; Gennarelli, M; Pegoraro, E; Angelini, C; Hoffman, EP
      Myotonic dystrophy: tissue-specific effect of somatic CTG expansions on allele-specific DMAHP/SIX5 expression

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    26. Eriksson, N; Ansved, T; Edstrom, L; Anvret, M; Carey, N
      Simultaneous analysis of expression of the three myotonic dystrophy locus genes in adult skeletal muscle samples: the CTG expansion correlates inversely with DMPK and 59 expression levels, but not DMAHP levels

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    27. Lu, XH; Timchenko, NA; Timchenko, LT
      Cardiac elav-type RNA-binding protein (ETR-3) binds to RNA CUG repeats expanded in myotonic dystrophy

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    28. Bhagwati, S; Shafiq, SA; Xu, WM
      (CTG)(n) repeats markedly inhibit differentiation of the C2C12 myoblast cell line: implications for congenital myotonic dystrophy

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR BASIS OF DISEASE
    29. Tachi, N; Ohya, K; Chiba, S
      Expression of the myotonic dystrophy locus-associated homeodomain protein in congenital myotonic dystrophy

      JOURNAL OF CHILD NEUROLOGY
    30. Sasagawa, N; Watanabe, T; Usuki, F; Saitoh, N; Ito, M; Koike, H; Suzuki, K; Ishiura, S
      A novel gene that is activated by myotonin protein kinase (MtPK)

      BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH-TOKYO
    31. Michalowski, S; Miller, JW; Urbinati, CR; Paliouras, M; Swanson, MS; Griffith, J
      Visualization of double-stranded RNAs from the myotonic dystrophy protein kinase gene and interactions with CUG-binding protein

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    32. Thornton, C
      The myotonic dystrophies

      SEMINARS IN NEUROLOGY
    33. Ohto, H; Kamada, S; Tago, K; Tominaga, S; Ozaki, H; Sato, S; Kawakami, K
      Cooperation of Six and Eya in activation of their target genes through nuclear translocation of Eya

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    34. Hudetz, AG; Wood, JD; Kampine, JP
      Nitric oxide synthase inhibitor augments post-ischemic leukocyte adhesion in the cerebral microcirculation in vivo

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    35. Ueda, H; Shimokawa, M; Yamamoto, M; Kameda, N; Mizusawa, H; Baba, T; Terada, N; Fujii, Y; Ohno, S; Ishiura, S; Kobayashi, T
      Decreased expression of myotonic dystrophy protein kinase and disorganization of sarcoplasmic reticulum in skeletal muscle of myotonic dystrophy

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    36. Hamshere, MG; Harley, H; Harper, P; Brook, JD; Brookfield, JFY
      Myotonic dystrophy: the correlation of (CTG) repeat length in leucocytes with age at onset is significant only for patients with small expansions

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    37. Berul, CI; Maguire, CT; Aronovitz, MJ; Greenwood, J; Miller, C; Gehrmann, J; Housman, D; Mendelsohn, ME; Reddy, S
      DMPK dosage alterations result in atrioventricular conduction abnormalities in a mouse myotonic dystrophy model

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    38. Sasagawa, N; Takahashi, N; Suzuki, K; Ishiura, S
      An expanded CTG trinucleotide repeat causes trans RNA interference: A new hypothesis for the pathogenesis of myotonic dystrophy

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    39. Steudel, W; Hurford, WE; Zapol, WM
      Inhaled nitric oxide - Basic biology and clinical applications

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    40. Murakami, Y; Ohto, H; Ikeda, U; Shimada, K; Momoi, T; Kawakami, K
      Promoter of mDMAHP/Six5: differential utilization of multiple transcription initiation sites and positive negative regulatory elements

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    41. KOBAYASHI M; TOYAMA R; TAKEDA H; DAWID IB; KAWAKAMI K
      OVEREXPRESSION OF THE FOREBRAIN-SPECIFIC HOMEOBOX GENE SIX3 INDUCES ROSTRAL FOREBRAIN ENLARGEMENT IN ZEBRAFISH

      Development
    42. MELDRUM DR
      TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR IN THE HEART

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    43. GROENEN P; WIERINGA B
      EXPANDING COMPLEXITY IN MYOTONIC-DYSTROPHY

      BioEssays
    44. SPITZ F; DEMIGNON J; PORTEU A; KAHN A; CONCORDET JP; DAEGELEN D; MAIRE P
      EXPRESSION OF MYOGENIN DURING EMBRYOGENESIS IS CONTROLLED BY SIX SINEOCULIS HOMEOPROTEINS THROUGH A CONSERVED MEF3 BINDING-SITE/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    45. MANGEL L; TERNES T; SCHMITZ B; DOERFLER W
      NEW 5'-(CGG)(N)-3' REPEATS IN THE HUMAN GENOME

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    46. VARGHESE R; WONG CKC; DEOL H; WAGNER GF; DIMATTIA GE
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF MAMMALIAN STANNIOCALCIN GENES

      Endocrinology
    47. Fanti, L; Dorer, DR; Berloco, M; Henikoff, S; Pimpinelli, S
      Heterochromatin protein 1 binds transgene arrays

      CHROMOSOMA


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