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    1. Soros, V; Cochrane, A
      Alterations in HIV-1 Rev transport in response to cell stress

      VIROLOGY
    2. DeMaria, CD; Soong, TW; Alseikhan, BA; Alvania, RS; Yue, DT
      Calmodulin bifurcates the local Ca2+ signal that modulates P/Q-type Ca2+ channels

      NATURE
    3. Nam, YS; Petrovic, A; Jeong, KS; Venkatesan, S
      Exchange of the basic domain of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 Rev for a polyarginine stretch expands the RNA binding specificity, and a minimalarginine cluster is required for optimal RRE RNA binding affinity, nuclearaccumulation, and trans-activation

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    4. Kraus, RJ; Mirocha, SJ; Stephany, HM; Puchalski, JR; Mertz, JE
      Identification of a novel element involved in regulation of the lytic switch BZLF1 gene promoter of Epstein-Barr virus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    5. Le, SY; Liu, WM; Chen, JH; Maizel, JV
      Local thermodynamic stability scores are well represented by a non-centralstudent's t distribution

      JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
    6. Amodeo, P; Morelli, MAC; Strazzullo, G; Fucile, P; Gautel, M; Motta, A
      Kinase recognition by calmodulin: Modeling the interaction with the autoinhibitory region of human cardiac titin kinase

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    7. Yoshioka, K; Fukushima, S; Yamazaki, T; Yoshida, M; Takatsuji, H
      The plant zinc finger protein ZPT2-2 has a unique mode of DNA interaction

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Yang, J; Bogerd, H; Le, SY; Cullen, BR
      The human endogenous retrovirus K Rev response element coincides with a predicted RNA folding region

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    9. Fekete, M; Hofacker, IL; Stadler, PF
      Prediction of RNA base pairing probabilities on massively parallel computers

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY
    10. Ristea, S; Dobbelstein, M; Roth, J
      Rev protein of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 and cellular exportin 1protein relocalize each other to a subnucleolar structure

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    11. Chen, JH; Le, SY; Maizel, JV
      Prediction of common secondary structures of RNAs: a genetic algorithm approach

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    12. Belshan, M; Park, GS; Bilodeau, P; Stoltzfus, CM; Carpenter, S
      Binding of equine infectious anemia virus Rev to an exon splicing enhancermediates alternative splicing and nuclear export of vicar mRNAs

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Michienzi, A; Cagnon, L; Bahner, I; Rossi, JJ
      Ribozyme-mediated inhibition of HIV 1 suggests nucleolar trafficking of HIV-1 RNA

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    14. Angulo, A; Kerry, D; Huang, H; Borst, EM; Razinsky, A; Wu, J; Hobom, U; Messerle, M; Ghazal, P
      Identification of a boundary domain adjacent to the potent human cytomegalovirus enhancer that represses transcription of the divergent UL127 promoter

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    15. Shaikh, AC; Sadowski, PD
      Chimeras of the Flp and Cre recombinases: Tests of the mode of cleavage byFlp and Cre

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Fasken, MB; Saunders, R; Rosenberg, M; Brighty, DW
      A leptomycin B-sensitive homologue of human CRM1 promotes nuclear export of nuclear export sequence-containing proteins in Drosophila cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. El-Kafrawy, SA; Zahran, MA; Pedersen, EB; Nielsen, C
      1H-benzotriazole as synthetic auxiliary in a facile route to N-6-(arylmethyl)-2 '-deoxyadenosines: DNA intercalators inserted into three-way junctions

      HELVETICA CHIMICA ACTA
    18. Kang, YB; Cullen, BR
      The human Tap protein is a nuclear mRNA export factor that contains novel RNA-binding and nucleocytoplasmic transport sequences

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    19. O'Keeffe, T; Hill, C; Ross, RP
      In situ inversion of the conjugative transposon Tn916 in Enterococcus faecium DPC3675

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    20. Brice, PC; Kelley, AC; Butler, PJG
      Sensitive in vitro analysis of HIV-1 Rev multimerization

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    21. Takatsuji, H
      Zinc-finger proteins: the classical zinc finger emerges in contemporary plant science

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    22. Favaro, JP; Maldarelli, F; Arrigo, SJ; Schmidt, MG
      Effect of Rev on the cytoplasmic localization of intron-containing human immunodeficiency virus type 1 RNA

      VIROLOGY
    23. van der Krol, AR; van Poecke, RMP; Vorst, OFJ; Voogt, C; van Leeuwen, W; Borst-Vrensen, TWM; Takatsuji, H; van der Plas, LHW
      Developmental and wound-, cold-, desiccation-, ultraviolet-B-stress-induced modulations in the expression of the petunia zinc finger transcription factor gene ZPT2-2

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    24. Hamm, TE; Rekosh, D; Hammarskjold, ML
      Selection and characterization of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 mutants that are resistant to inhibition by the transdominant negative RevM10 protein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    25. Grzimek, NKA; Podlech, J; Steffens, HP; Holtappels, R; Schmalz, S; Reddehase, MJ
      In vivo replication of recombinant murine cytomegalovirus driven by the paralogous major immediate-early promoter-enhancer of human cytomegalovirus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    26. Symensma, TL; Baskerville, S; Yan, A; Ellington, AD
      Polyvalent Rev decoys act as artificial Rev-responsive elements

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    27. Szilvay, AM; Boe, SO; Kalland, KH
      Co-expression of a trans-dominant negative mutant of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) Rev protein affects the Rev-dependent splicing pattern and expression of HIV-1 RNAs

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    28. Van Ryk, DI; Venkatesan, S
      Real-time kinetics of HIV-1 Rev-Rev response element interactions - Definition of minimal, binding sites on RNA and protein and stoichiometric analysis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    29. TAKATSUJI H
      ZINC-FINGER TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN PLANTS

      Cellular and molecular life sciences
    30. Cullen, BR
      Posttranscriptional regulation by the HIV-1 Rev protein

      SEMINARS IN VIROLOGY
    31. AHN JH; CHIOU CJ; HAYWARD GS
      EVALUATION AND MAPPING OF THE DNA-BINDING AND OLIGOMERIZATION DOMAINSOF THE IE2 REGULATORY PROTEIN OF HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS USING YEAST ONE AND 2 HYBRID INTERACTION ASSAYS

      Gene
    32. LUETKE KH; SADOWSKI PD
      DETERMINANTS OF THE POSITION OF A FLP-INDUCED DNA BEND

      Nucleic acids research
    33. ZHU XD; SADOWSKI PD
      SELECTION OF NOVEL, SPECIFIC SINGLE-STRANDED-DNA SEQUENCES BY FLP, A DUPLEX-SPECIFIC DNA-BINDING PROTEIN

      Nucleic acids research
    34. GRAVEL A; FOURNIER B; ROY PH
      DNA COMPLEXES OBTAINED WITH THE INTEGRON INTEGRASE INTI1 AT THE ATTI1SITE

      Nucleic acids research
    35. HOFACKER IL; FEKETE M; FLAMM C; HUYNEN MA; RAUSCHER S; STOLORZ PE; STADLER PF
      AUTOMATIC DETECTION OF CONSERVED RNA STRUCTURE ELEMENTS IN COMPLETE RNA VIRUS GENOMES

      Nucleic acids research
    36. AHN JH; BRIGNOLE EJ; HAYWARD GS
      DISRUPTION OF PML SUBNUCLEAR DOMAINS BY THE ACIDIC IE1 PROTEIN OF HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS IS MEDIATED THROUGH INTERACTION WITH PML AND MAY MODULATE A RING FINGER-DEPENDENT CRYPTIC TRANSACTIVATOR FUNCTION OF PML

      Molecular and cellular biology
    37. HARRIS ME; GONTAREK RR; DERSE D; HOPE TJ
      DIFFERENTIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALTERNATIVE SPLICING AND NUCLEAR EXPORTFUNCTIONS OF EQUINE INFECTIOUS-ANEMIA VIRUS REV PROTEIN

      Molecular and cellular biology
    38. MATSUMOTO K; ISHII N; YOSHIDA S; SHIOSAKA S; WANAKA A; TOHYAMA M
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND DISTINCT DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION PATTERN OF SPLICED FORMS OF A NOVEL ZINC-FINGER GENE WIZ IN THE MOUSE CEREBELLUM

      Molecular brain research
    39. CULLEN BR
      RETROVIRUSES AS MODEL SYSTEMS FOR THE STUDY OF NUCLEAR-RNA EXPORT PATHWAYS

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    40. FAVARO JP; BORG KT; ARRIGO SJ; SCHMIDT MG
      EFFECT OF REV ON THE INTRANUCLEAR LOCALIZATION OF HIV-1 UNSPLICED RNA

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    41. BOE SO; BJORNDAL B; ROSOK B; SZILVAY AM; KALLAND KH
      SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 RNAS,REV, AND THE SPLICING FACTOR SC-35

      Virology
    42. Waheed, I; Chiou, CJ; Ahn, JH; Hayward, GS
      Binding of the human cytomegalovirus 80-kDa immediate-early protein (IE2) to minor groove A/T-rich sequences bounded by CG dinucleotides is regulatedby protein oligomerization and phosphorylation

      VIROLOGY
    43. BACHL J; OLSSON C; CHITKARA N; WABL M
      THE IG MUTATOR IS DEPENDENT ON THE PRESENCE, POSITION, AND ORIENTATION OF THE LARGE INTRON ENHANCER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    44. SCHATZ O; OFT M; DASCHER C; SCHEBESTA M; ROSORIUS O; JAKSCHE H; DOBROVNIK M; BEVEC D; HAUBER J
      INTERACTION OF THE HIV-1 REV COFACTOR EUKARYOTIC INITIATION-FACTOR 5AWITH RIBOSOMAL-PROTEIN L5

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    45. Richter, GY; Bjorklof, K; Romantschuk, M; Mills, D
      Insertion specificity and trans-activation of IS801

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    46. BIEGALKE BJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSIVE ELEMENT OF THE HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS IMMEDIATE-EARLY US3 GENE

      Journal of virology
    47. ZHU XD; SADOWSKI PD
      THE ROLE OF SINGLE-STRANDED-DNA IN FLP-MEDIATED STRAND EXCHANGED

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    48. LAM WC; SEIFERT JM; AMBERGER F; GRAF C; AUER M; MILLAR DP
      STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS OF HIV-1 REV AND ITS COMPLEXES WITH RRE AND 5S RNA

      Biochemistry
    49. PING YH; LIU YP; WANG XL; NEENHOLD HR; RANA TM
      DYNAMICS OF RNA-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN THE HIV-1 REV-RRE COMPLEX VISUALIZED BY 6-THIOGUANOSINE-MEDIATED PHOTO-CROSS-LINKING

      RNA
    50. ERNST RK; BRAY M; REKOSH D; HAMMARSKJOLD ML
      SECONDARY STRUCTURE AND MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE MASON-PFIZER MONKEY VIRUS-RNA CONSTITUTIVE TRANSPORT ELEMENT

      RNA
    51. HAMMARSKJOLD ML
      REGULATION OF RETROVIRAL RNA EXPORT

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    52. SUNDFORS CH; COLLAN YUI
      TARGET LENGTH AND PRIMER CONCENTRATION AFFECT THE GAIN OF C-ERBB2 ANDP53 AMPLICONS

      The FASEB journal
    53. LUETKE KH; ZHAO BP; SADOWSKI PD
      ASYMMETRY IN FLP-MEDIATED CLEAVAGE

      Nucleic acids research
    54. SUBRAMANYA HS; ARCISZEWSKA LK; BAKER RA; BIRD LE; SHERRATT DJ; WIGLEY DB
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINASE, XERD

      EMBO journal
    55. ZOU LL; BARR MC; HOOSE WA; AVERY RJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TRANSCRIPTION MAP AND REV ACTIVITY OF A HIGHLY CYTOPATHIC FELINE IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS

      Virology
    56. SENKEVICH TG; KOONIN EV; BUGERT JJ; DARAI G; MOSS B
      THE GENOME OF MOLLUSCUM CONTAGIOSUM VIRUS - ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON WITH OTHER POXVIRUSES

      Virology
    57. ROMANOV VI; ZOLOTUKHIN AS; ALEKSANDROFF NN; DASILVA PP; FELBER BK
      POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION BY REV PROTEIN OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 RESULTS IN NONRANDOM NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION OF GAG MESSENGER-RNA

      Virology
    58. FAVARO JP; ARRIGO SJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF REV FUNCTION USING SUBGENOMIC AND GENOMIC CONSTRUCTS IN T-CELL AND COS-CELL

      Virology
    59. POWELL DM; AMARAL MC; WU JY; MANIATIS T; GREENE WC
      HIV REV-DEPENDENT BINDING OF SF2 ASF TO THE REV RESPONSE ELEMENT - POSSIBLE ROLE IN REV-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF HIV RNA SPLICING/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    60. AHN JH; HAYWARD GS
      THE MAJOR IMMEDIATE-EARLY PROTEINS IE1 AND IE2 OF HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS COLOCALIZE WITH AND DISRUPT PML-ASSCCIATED NUCLEAR-BODIES AT VERY EARLY TIMES IN INFECTED PERMISSIVE CELLS

      Journal of virology
    61. FORTUNATO EA; SOMMER MH; YODER K; SPECTOR DH
      IDENTIFICATION OF DOMAINS WITHIN THE HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS MAJOR IMMEDIATE-EARLY 86-KILODALTON PROTEIN AND THE RETINOBLASTOMA PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL INTERACTION WITH EACH OTHER

      Journal of virology
    62. BIEGALKE BJ
      IE2 PROTEIN IS INSUFFICIENT FOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION OF THE HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS US3 PROMOTER

      Journal of virology
    63. CHARPENTIER B; STUTZ F; ROSBASH M
      A DYNAMIC IN-VIVO VIEW OF THE HIV-I REV-RRE INTERACTION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    64. TAGIEVA NE; VAQUERO C
      EXPRESSION OF NATURALLY-OCCURRING ANTISENSE RNA INHIBITS HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 HETEROLOGOUS STRAIN REPLICATION

      Journal of General Virology
    65. ISHOV AM; STENBERG RM; MAUL GG
      HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS IMMEDIATE-EARLY INTERACTION WITH HOST NUCLEAR-STRUCTURES - DEFINITION OF AN IMMEDIATE TRANSCRIPT ENVIRONMENT

      The Journal of cell biology
    66. HENDRIX M; PRIESTLEY ES; JOYCE GF; WONG CH
      DIRECT OBSERVATION OF AMINOGLYCOSIDE-RNA INTERACTIONS BY SURFACE-PLASMON RESONANCE

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    67. ZHANG MJ; DAYTON AI
      2 SECONDARY STRUCTURES FOR THE RRE OF HIV-1

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes and human retrovirology
    68. KIM JH; MCLINDEN RJ; MOSCA JD; VAHEY MT; GREENE WC; REDFIELD RR
      INHIBITION OF HIV REPLICATION BY SENSE AND ANTISENSE REV RESPONSE ELEMENTS IN HIV-BASED RETROVIRAL VECTORS

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes and human retrovirology
    69. WERSTUCK G; ZAPP ML; GREEN MR
      A NONCANONICAL BASE-PAIR WITHIN THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS REV-RESPONSIVE ELEMENT IS INVOLVED IN BOTH REV AND SMALL-MOLECULE RECOGNITION

      Chemistry & biology
    70. HAAS J; PARK EC; SEED B
      CODON USAGE LIMITATION IN THE EXPRESSION OF HIV-1 ENVELOPE GLYCOPROTEIN

      Current biology
    71. WILLIAMS RD; LEPPARD KN
      HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV-DEPENDENT EFFECTS ON THE LATEGENE-EXPRESSION OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN ADENOVIRUS

      Virus genes
    72. JAIN C; BELASCO JG
      A STRUCTURAL MODEL FOR THE HIV-1 REV-RRE COMPLEX DEDUCED FROM ALTERED-SPECIFICITY REV VARIANTS ISOLATED BY A RAPID GENETIC STRATEGY

      Cell
    73. SCHOBORG RV; CLEMENTS JE
      DEFINITION OF THE RRE BINDING AND ACTIVATION DOMAINS OF THE CAPRINE ARTHRITIS-ENCEPHALITIS VIRUS REV PROTEIN

      Virology
    74. RIZVI TA; LEW KA; MURPHY EC; SCHMIDT RD
      ROLE OF MASON-PFIZER MONKEY VIRUS (MPMV) CONSTITUTIVE TRANSPORT ELEMENT (CTE) IN THE PROPAGATION OF MPMV VECTORS BY GENETIC COMPLEMENTATIONUSING HOMOLOGOUS HETEROLOGOUS ENV GENES/

      Virology
    75. RIZVI TA; SCHMIDT RD; LEW KA; KEELING ME
      REV RRE-INDEPENDENT MASON-PFIZER MONKEY VIRUS CONSTITUTIVE TRANSPORT ELEMENT-DEPENDENT PROPAGATION OF SIVMAC239 VECTORS USING A SINGLE ROUND OF REPLICATION ASSAY/

      Virology
    76. CAMPBELL LH; BORG KT; ARRIGO SJ
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF INTRONIC AND EXONIC LOCATIONS OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV-RESPONSIVE ELEMENT

      Virology
    77. BEVEC D; JAKSCHE H; OFT M; WOHL T; HIMMELSPACH M; PACHER A; SCHEBESTA M; KOETTNITZ K; DOBROVNIK M; CSONGA R; LOTTSPEICH F; HAUBER J
      INHIBITION OF HIV-1 REPLICATION IN LYMPHOCYTES BY MUTANTS OF THE REV COFACTOR EIF-5A

      Science
    78. FRIDELL RA; BOGERD HP; CULLEN BR
      NUCLEAR EXPORT OF LATE HIV-1 MESSENGER-RNAS OCCURS VIA A CELLULAR PROTEIN EXPORT PATHWAY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    79. FRIDELL RA; FISCHER U; LUHRMANN R; MEYER BE; MEINKOTH JL; MALIM MH; CULLEN BR
      AMPHIBIAN TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR IIIA PROTEINS CONTAIN A SEQUENCE ELEMENT FUNCTIONALLY EQUIVALENT TO THE NUCLEAR EXPORT SIGNAL OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    80. LEE G; WU J; LUU P; GHAZAL P; FLORES O
      INHIBITION OF THE ASSOCIATION OF RNA-POLYMERASE-II WITH THE PREINITIATION COMPLEX BY A VIRAL TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSOR

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    81. BACHL J; WABL M
      AN IMMUNOGLOBULIN MUTATOR THAT TARGETS G-CENTER-DOT-C BASE-PAIRS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    82. LINDEN RM; WINOCOUR E; BERNS KI
      THE RECOMBINATION SIGNALS FOR ADENOASSOCIATED VIRUS SITE-SPECIFIC INTEGRATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    83. CHURCHILL MJ; MOORE JL; ROSENBERG M; BRIGHTY DW
      THE REV-RESPONSIVE ELEMENT NEGATIVELY REGULATES HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 ENV MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN PRIMATE CELLS

      Journal of virology
    84. BERTHOLD E; MALDARELLI F
      CIS-ACTING ELEMENTS IN HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 RNAS DIRECT VIRAL TRANSCRIPTS TO DISTINCT INTRANUCLEAR LOCATIONS

      Journal of virology
    85. ULICH C; HARRICH D; ESTES P; GAYNOR RB
      INHIBITION OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REPLICATION IS ENHANCED BY A COMBINATION OF TRANSDOMINANT TAT AND REV PROTEINS

      Journal of virology
    86. MACIAS MP; HUANG LP; LASHMIT PE; STINSKI MF
      CELLULAR OR VIRAL PROTEIN-BINDING TO A CYTOMEGALOVIRUS PROMOTER TRANSCRIPTION INITIATION SITE - EFFECTS ON TRANSCRIPTION

      Journal of virology
    87. WU Y; DUAN LX; ZHU MH; HU BC; KUBOTA S; BAGASRA O; POMERANTZ RJ
      BINDING OF INTRACELLULAR ANTI-REV SINGLE-CHAIN VARIABLE FRAGMENTS TO DIFFERENT EPITOPES OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV - VARIATIONS IN VIRAL INHIBITION

      Journal of virology
    88. YAMADA O; KRAUS G; LUZNIK L; YU M; WONGSTAAL F
      A CHIMERIC HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 (HIV-1) MINIMAL REV RESPONSE ELEMENT-RIBOZYME MOLECULE EXHIBITS DUAL ANTIVIRAL FUNCTION AND INHIBITS CELL-CELL TRANSMISSION OF HIV-1

      Journal of virology
    89. SHUKLA RR; MARQUES SMP; KIMMEL PL; KUMAR A
      HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 6-ENCODED AND 11-ENCODED FACTORS SUPPORT HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV FUNCTION IN A9 CELLS

      Journal of virology
    90. YOO YD; CHIOU CJ; CHOI KS; YI YS; MICHELSON S; KIM S; HAYWARD GS; KIM SJ
      THE IE2 REGULATORY PROTEIN OF HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INDUCES EXPRESSION OF THE HUMAN TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA-1 GENE THROUGH AN EGR-1BINDING-SITE

      Journal of virology
    91. SUTTON RE; LITTMAN DR
      BROAD-HOST-RANGE OF HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1 DEMONSTRATED WITH AN IMPROVED PSEUDOTYPING SYSTEM

      Journal of virology
    92. SYMENSMA TL; GIVER L; ZAPP M; TAKLE GB; ELLINGTON AD
      RNA APTAMERS SELECTED TO BIND HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REVIN-VITRO ARE REV RESPONSIVE IN-VIVO

      Journal of virology
    93. ZEMMEL RW; KELLEY AC; KARN J; BUTLER PJG
      FLEXIBLE REGIONS OF RNA STRUCTURE FACILITATE COOPERATIVE REV ASSEMBLYON THE REV-RESPONSE ELEMENT

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    94. LUCK R; STEGER G; RIESNER D
      THERMODYNAMIC PREDICTION OF CONSERVED SECONDARY STRUCTURE - APPLICATION TO THE RRE ELEMENT OF HIV, THE TRANSFER-RNA-LIKE ELEMENT OF CMV ANDTHE MESSENGER-RNA OF PRION PROTEIN

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    95. MIKAELIAN I; KRIEG M; GAIT MJ; KARN J
      INTERACTIONS OF INS (CRS) ELEMENTS AND THE SPLICING MACHINERY REGULATE THE PRODUCTION OF REV-RESPONSIVE MESSENGER-RNAS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    96. ZHANG GH; ZAPP ML; YAN GC; GREEN MR
      LOCALIZATION OF HIV-1 RNA IN MAMMALIAN NUCLEI

      The Journal of cell biology
    97. NELSON JS; GIVER L; ELLINGTON AD; LETSINGER RL
      INCORPORATION OF A NON-NUCLEOTIDE BRIDGE INTO HAIRPIN OLIGONUCLEOTIDES CAPABLE OF HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING TO THE REV PROTEIN OF HIV-1

      Biochemistry
    98. BEK A; MULLER WEG; SEVE AP; KAVSAN V; SCHRODER HC
      REV PROTEIN SUPPRESSION OF COMPLEX-FORMATION BETWEEN NUCLEAR PROTEINSAND REV-RESPONSIVE ELEMENT-CONTAINING RNA OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-1

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    99. QIU Y; NEMEROFF M; KRUG RM
      THE INFLUENZA-VIRUS NS1 PROTEIN BINDS TO A SPECIFIC REGION IN HUMAN U6 SNRNA AND INHIBITS U6-U2 AND U6-U4 SNRNA INTERACTIONS DURING SPLICING

      RNA
    100. SHAPIRO BA; CHEN JH; BUSSE T; NAVETTA J; KASPRZAK W; MAIZEL JV
      OPTIMIZATION AND PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF A MASSIVELY-PARALLEL DYNAMICFROG RAM MING ALGORITHM FOR RNA SECONDARY STRUCTURE PREDICTION

      The international journal of supercomputer applications and high performance computing


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