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    1. Hiratsuka, S; Zhang, SL; Nakagawa, E; Kawai, Y
      Selective inhibition of the growth of incompatible pollen tubes by S-protein in the Japanese pear

      SEXUAL PLANT REPRODUCTION
    2. Hulst, MM; Moormann, RJM
      E-rns protein of pestiviruses

      RIBONUCLEASES, PT B
    3. Hameau, L; Jeusset, J; Lafosse, S; Coulaud, D; Delain, E; Unge, T; Restle, T; Le Cam, E; Mirambeau, G
      Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 central DNA flap: Dynamic terminal product of plus-strand displacement DNA synthesis catalyzed by reverse transcriptase assisted by nucleocapsid protein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    4. Werner, S; Vogel-Bachmayr, K; Hollinderbaumer, B; Wohrl, BM
      Requirements for minus-strand transfer catalyzed by Rous sarcoma virus reverse transcriptase

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    5. Julias, JG; Ferris, AL; Boyer, PL; Hughes, SH
      Replication of phenotypically mixed human immunodeficiency virus type 1 virions containing catalytically active and catalytically inactive reverse transcriptase

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    6. Kvaerno, L; Wightman, RH; Wengel, J
      Synthesis of a novel bicyclic nucleoside restricted to an S-type conformation and initial evaluation of its hybridization properties when incorporated into oligodeoxynucleotides

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    7. Min, BS; Tomiyama, M; Ma, CM; Nakamura, N; Hattori, M
      Kaempferol acetylrhamnosides from the rhizome of Dryopteris crassirhizoma and their inhibitory effects on three different activities of human immunodeficiency virus-1 reverse transcriptase

      CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    8. Hsu, M; Wainberg, MA
      Interactions between human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase, tRNA primer, and nucleocapsid protein during reverse transcription

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN VIROLOGY
    9. Kakeda, K; Tsukada, H; Kowyama, Y
      A self-compatible mutant S allele conferring a dominant negative effect onthe functional S allele in Ipomoea trifida

      SEXUAL PLANT REPRODUCTION
    10. Shivakumar, PD; Vasanthi, NS; Shetty, HS; Smedegaard-Petersen, V
      Ribonucleases in the seedlings of pearl millet and their involvement in resistance against downy mildew disease

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    11. Jonckheere, H; Anne, J; De Clercq, E
      The HIV-1 reverse transcription (RT) process as target for RT inhibitors

      MEDICINAL RESEARCH REVIEWS
    12. de Smit, AJ
      Laboratory diagnosis, epizootiology, and efficacy of marker vaccines in classical swine fever: A review

      VETERINARY QUARTERLY
    13. Klein, R; Greineder, B; Baranyi, U; Witte, A
      The structural protein E of the archaeal virus phi Ch1: Evidence for processing in Natrialba magadii during virus maturation

      VIROLOGY
    14. Hulst, MM; van Gennip, HGP; Moormann, RJM
      Passage of classical swine fever virus in cultured swine kidney cells selects virus variants that bind to heparan sulfate due to a single amino acid change in envelope protein E-rns

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    15. Guo, JH; Wu, TY; Anderson, J; Kane, BF; Johnson, DG; Gorelick, RJ; Henderson, LE; Levin, JG
      Zinc finger structures in the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 nucleocapsid protein facilitate efficient minus- and plus-strand transfer

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    16. Zhang, SL; Hiratsuka, S
      Cultivar and developmental differences in S-protein concentration and self-incompatibillty in the Japanese pear

      HORTSCIENCE
    17. Joshi, S; Tsuda, Y; Shintomi, N; Kondo, H; Nishiyama, Y; Iwama, M; Ohgi, K; Irie, M; Okada, Y
      Amino acids and peptides. LVII. Synthetic peptide with a sequence of ribonuclease from Sulfolobus solfataricus, SSR(1-62), does not function as an RNase

      FEBS LETTERS
    18. Davis, WR; Tomsho, J; Nikam, S; Cook, EM; Somand, D; Peliska, JA
      Inhibition of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase-catalyzed DNA strand transfer reactions by 4-chlorophenylhydrazone of mesoxalic acid

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    19. Giannini, CD; Roth, WK; Piiper, A; Zeuzem, S
      Enzymatic and antisense effects of a specific anti-Ki-ras ribozyme in vitro and in cell culture

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    20. Druillennec, S; Dong, CZ; Escaich, S; Gresh, N; Bousseau, A; Roques, BP; Fournie-Zaluski, MC
      A mimic of HIV-1 nucleocapsid protein impairs reverse transcription and displays antiviral activity

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    21. Wu, TY; Guo, JH; Bess, J; Henderson, LE; Levin, JG
      Molecular requirements for human immunodeficiency virus type 1 plus-strandtransfer: Analysis in reconstituted and endogenous reverse transcription systems

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    22. Robson, ND; Telesnitsky, A
      Effects of 3 ' untranslated region mutations on plus-strand priming duringmoloney murine leukemia virus replication

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    23. Schultz, SJ; Zhang, MH; Kelleher, CD; Champoux, JJ
      Polypurine tract primer generation and utilization by moloney murine leukemia virus reverse transcriptase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Druillennec, S; Caneparo, A; de Rocquigny, H; Roques, BP
      Evidence of interactions between the nucleocapsid protein NCp7 and the reverse transcriptase of HIV-1

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    25. Tsuda, Y; Joshi, S; Shintomi, N; Kondo, Y; Ohgi, K; Irie, M; Okada, Y
      Amino acids and peptides. LV. Application of 2-adamantyl derivatives as protecting groups to the synthesis of peptide fragments related to Sulfolobussolifataricus Ribonuclease. II

      CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    26. Tasara, T; Amacker, M; Hubscher, U
      Intramolecular chimeras of the p51 subunit between HIV-1 and FIV reverse transcriptases suggest a stabilizing function for the p66 subunit in the heterodimeric enzyme

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Gabbara, S; Davis, WR; Hupe, L; Hupe, D; Peliska, JA
      Inhibitors of DNA strand transfer reactions catalyzed by HIV-1 reverse transcriptase

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    28. Gotte, M; Li, XG; Wainberg, MA
      HIV-1 reverse transcription: A brief overview focused on structure-function relationships among molecules involved in initiation of the reaction

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    29. Jeeninga, RE; Huthoff, HT; Gultyaev, AP; Berkhout, B
      The mechanism of actinomycin D-mediated inhibition of HIV-1 reverse transcription

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    30. MORELLET N; DEMENE H; TEILLEUX V; HUYNHDINH T; DEROCQUIGNY H; FOURNIEZALUSKI MC; ROQUES BP
      STRUCTURE OF THE COMPLEX BETWEEN THE HIV-1 NUCLEOCAPSID PROTEIN NCP7 AND THE SINGLE-STRANDED PENTANUCLEOTIDE D(ACGCC)

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    31. LEI G; ARANY I; TYRING SK; BRYSK H; BRYSK MM
      ZINC-ALPHA(2)-GLYCOPROTEIN HAS RIBONUCLEASE-ACTIVITY

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics (Print)
    32. BAERTSCHI SW; CANTRELL AS; KUHFELD MT; LORENZ LJ; BOYD DB; JASKUNAS SR
      INHIBITION OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE BY DEGRADATION PRODUCTS OF CEFTAZIDIME

      Antiviral chemistry & chemotherapy
    33. HSIEH SY; KO TP; TSENG MY; KU WY; CHAK KF; YUAN HS
      A NOVEL ROLE OF IMME7 IN THE AUTOREGULATORY EXPRESSION OF THE COLE7 OPERON AND IDENTIFICATION OF POSSIBLE RNASE ACTIVE-SITES IN THE CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF DIMERIC IMME7

      EMBO journal
    34. TENCZA MG; NEWBOLD JE
      HETEROGENEOUS RESPONSE FOR A MAMMALIAN HEPADNAVIRUS INFECTION TO ACYCLOVIR - DRUG-ARRESTED INTERMEDIATES OF MINUS-STRAND VIRAL-DNA SYNTHESIS ARE ENVELOPED AND SECRETED FROM INFECTED-CELLS AS VIRION-LIKE PARTICLES

      Journal of medical virology
    35. BURNETT BP; MCHENRY CS
      POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL MODIFICATION OF RETROVIRAL PRIMERS IS REQUIRED FOR LATE STAGES OF DNA-REPLICATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    36. GUO JH; HENDERSON LE; BESS J; KANE B; LEVIN JG
      HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 NUCLEOCAPSID PROTEIN PROMOTES EFFICIENT STRAND TRANSFER AND SPECIFIC VIRAL-DNA SYNTHESIS BY INHIBITING TAR-DEPENDENT SELF-PRIMING FROM MINUS-STRAND STRONG-STOP DNA

      Journal of virology
    37. FEDOROFF OY; GE Y; REID BR
      SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF R(GAGGACUG)-D(CAGTCCTC) HYBRID - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INITIATION OF HIV-1 (-STRAND SYNTHESIS())

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    38. STEPINSKA U; MALEWSKA A; OLSZANSKA B
      RNASE-A ACTIVITY IN JAPANESE-QUAIL OOCYTES

      Zygote
    39. HOSONO K; KUWASAKI T; INAGAWA T; TAKAI K; NAKASHIMA H; SAITO T; YAMAMOTO N; TAKAKU H
      PROPERTIES AND ANTI-HIV ACTIVITY OF HAIRPIN ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES CONTAINING 2'-METHOXYNUCLEOSIDES WITH BASE-PAIRING IN THE STEM REGION AT THE 3'-END

      Antiviral chemistry & chemotherapy
    40. YE ZH; DROSTE DL
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CDNAS ENCODING XYLOGENESIS-ASSOCIATED AND WOUNDING-INDUCED RIBONUCLEASES IN ZINNIA-ELEGANS

      Plant molecular biology
    41. OBERHAUS SM; NEWBOLD JE
      PREPARATIONS OF DUCK HEPATITIS-B VIRIONS CONTAIN MULTIPLE DNA-POLYMERASE ACTIVITIES

      Virology
    42. BOWMAN EH; PATHAK VK; HU WS
      EFFICIENT INITIATION AND STRAND TRANSFER OF POLYPURINE TRACT-PRIMED PLUS-STRAND DNA PREVENT STRAND TRANSFER OF INTERNALLY INITIATED PLUS-STRAND DNAS

      Journal of virology
    43. WU WX; HENDERSON LE; COPELAND TD; GORELICK RJ; BOSCHE WJ; REIN A; LEVIN JG
      HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 NUCLEOCAPSID PROTEIN REDUCES REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE PAUSING AT A SECONDARY STRUCTURE NEAR THE MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS POLYPURINE TRACT

      Journal of virology
    44. AN JG; WIEMER DF
      STEREOSELECTIVE SYNTHESIS OF (-AVAROL, (+)-AVARONE, AND SOME NONRACEMIC ANALOGS())

      Journal of organic chemistry
    45. KRUGER K; PFEIFER F
      TRANSCRIPT ANALYSIS OF THE C-VAC REGION AND DIFFERENTIAL SYNTHESIS OFTHE 2 REGULATORY GAS VESICLE PROTEINS GVPD AND GVPE IN HALOBACTERIUM-SELINARIUM PHH4

      Journal of bacteriology
    46. FRANKLIN SE; ZWICK MG; JOHNSON JD
      CHARACTERIZATION AND PARTIAL-PURIFICATION OF 2 PRE-TRANSFER-RNA 5'-PROCESSING ACTIVITIES FROM DAUCUS-CARROTA (CARROT) SUSPENSION CELLS

      Plant journal
    47. SCHLEICH HG; WISCHNIK A; MELCHERT F
      ON THE INCREASE IN SERUM RNASE ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM GYNECOLOGICAL CARCINOMAS

      Onkologie
    48. DESTEFANO JJ
      THE ORIENTATION OF BINDING OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE ON NUCLEIC-ACID HYBRIDS

      Nucleic acids research
    49. HOSONO K; KUWASAKI T; TSUKAHARA S; TAKAI K; TAKAKU H
      PROPERTIES OF BASE-PAIRING IN THE STEM REGION OF HAIRPIN ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES CONTAINING 2'-METHOXYNUCLEOSIDES

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    50. SCHMID HP; POUCH MN; PETIT F; DADET MH; BADAOUI S; BOISSONNET G; BURI J; NORRIS V; BRIAND Y
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PROTEASOMES AND RNA

      Molecular biology reports
    51. FUENTES GM; RODRIGUEZRODRIGUEZ L; FAY PJ; BAMBARA RA
      USE OF AN OLIGORIBONUCLEOTIDE CONTAINING THE POLYPURINE TRACT SEQUENCE AS A PRIMER BY HIV REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    52. WU WM; BLUMBERG BM; FAY PJ; BAMBARA RA
      STRAND TRANSFER MEDIATED BY HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE IN-VITRO IS PROMOTED BY PAUSING AND RESULTS IN MISINCORPORATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    53. BUFE A; SCHRAMM G; KEOWN MB; SCHLAAK M; BECKER WM
      MAJOR ALLERGEN PHL-P-VB IN TIMOTHY-GRASS IS A NOVEL POLLEN RNASE

      FEBS letters
    54. LOYA S; BAKHANASHVILI M; KASHMAN Y; HIZI A
      PEYSSONOL-A AND PEYSSONAL-B, 2 NOVEL INHIBITORS OF THE REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASES OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 AND TYPE-2

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    55. CAPORALI E; CARBONI A; GALLI MG; ROSSI G; SPADA A; LONGO GPM
      DEVELOPMENT OF MALE AND FEMALE FLOWER IN ASPARAGUS-OFFICINALIS - SEARCH FOR POINT OF TRANSITION FROM HERMAPHRODITIC TO UNISEXUAL DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAY

      Sexual plant reproduction
    56. WOHRL BM; HOWARD KJ; JACQUES PS; LEGRICE SFJ
      ALTERNATIVE MODES OF POLYMERIZATION DISTINGUISH THE SUBUNITS OF EQUINE INFECTIOUS-ANEMIA VIRUS REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    57. LOYA S; RUDI A; TAL R; KASHMAN Y; LOYA Y; HIZI A
      3,5,8-TRIHYDROXY-4-QUINOLONE, A NOVEL NATURAL INHIBITOR OF THE REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASES OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUSES TYPE-1 AND TYPE-2

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    58. CERVERA M; CELDA B; TEJERO R; MORENO JM; SINISTERRA JV; GARCIABLANCO F
      INFLUENCE OF SEVERAL EFFECTORS ON THE STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIPOF SPLEEN PHOSPHODIESTERASE

      Biocatalysis
    59. DESTEFANO JJ; BAMBARA RA; FAY PJ
      PARAMETERS THAT INFLUENCE THE BINDING OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUSREVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE TO NUCLEIC-ACID STRUCTURES

      Biochemistry


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