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    1. Felden, B; Massire, C; Westhof, E; Atkins, JF; Gesteland, RF
      Phylogenetic analysis of tmRNA genes within a bacterial subgroup reveals aspecific structural signature

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    2. Hou, YM; Zhang, XL; Holland, JA; Davis, DR
      An important 2 '-OH group for an RNA-protein interaction

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    3. Liao, XM; Anjaneyulu, PSR; Curley, JF; Hsu, M; Boehringer, M; Caruthers, MH; Piccirilli, JA
      The Tetrahymena ribozyme cleaves a 5 '-methylene phosphonate monoester similar to 10(2)-fold faster than a normal phosphate diester: Implications forenzyme catalysis of phosphoryl transfer reactions

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Qin, PZ; Butcher, SE; Feigon, J; Hubbell, WL
      Quantitative analysis of the isolated GAAA tetraloop/receptor interaction in solution: A site-directed spin labeling study

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Disney, MD; Haidaris, CG; Tumer, DH
      Recognition elements for 5 ' exon substrate binding to the Candida albicans group I intron

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Meng, EC; Bourne, HR
      Receptor activation: what does the rhodopsin structure tell us?

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    7. Andersen, AA; Collins, RA
      Rearrangement of a stable RNA secondary structure during VS ribozyme catalysis

      MOLECULAR CELL
    8. Hanna, RL; Gryaznov, SM; Doudna, JA
      A phosphoramidate substrate analog is a competitive inhibitor of the Tetrahymena group I ribozyme

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    9. Costa, M; Michel, F; Westhof, E
      A three-dimensional perspective on exon binding by a group II self-splicing intron

      EMBO JOURNAL
    10. Strauss-Soukup, JK; Strobel, SA
      A chemical phylogeny of group I introns based upon interference mapping ofa bacterial ribozyme

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    11. Gutell, RR; Cannone, JJ; Konings, D; Gautheret, D
      Predicting U-turns in ribosomal RNA with comparative sequence analysis

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Naito, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      Requirements for alternative forms of the activator domain, P5abc, in the Tetrahymena ribozyme

      FEBS LETTERS
    13. Lindqvist, M; Sarkar, M; Winqvist, A; Rozners, E; Stromberg, R; Graslund, A
      Optical spectroscopic study of the effects of a single deoxyribose substitution in a ribose backbone: Implications in RNA-RNA interaction

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. Maderia, M; Horton, TE; DeRose, VJ
      Metal interactions with a GAAA RNA tetraloop characterized by P-31 NMR andphosphorothioate substitutions

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Lewis, JW; Szundi, I; Kliger, DS
      Structural constraints imposed by a non-native disulfide cause reversible changes in rhodopsin photointermediate kinetics

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. Struthers, M; Yu, HB; Oprian, DD
      G protein-coupled receptor activation: Analysis of a highly constrained, "straitjacketed" rhodopsin

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    17. Disney, MD; Testa, SM; Turner, DH
      Targeting a Pneumocystis carinii group I intron with methylphosphonate oligonucleotides: Backbone charge is not required for binding or reactivity

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    18. Engelhardt, MA; Doherty, EA; Knitt, DS; Doudna, JA; Herschlag, D
      The P5abc peripheral element facilitates preorganization of the Tetrahymena group I ribozyme for catalysis

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    19. Carola, C; Eckstein, F
      Nucleic acid enzymes

      CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
    20. Brion, P; Schroeder, R; Michel, F; Westhof, E
      Influence of specific mutations on the thermal stability of the td group Iintron in vitro and on its splicing efficiency in vivo: A comparative study

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    21. Mathews, DH; Burkard, ME; Freier, SM; Wyatt, JR; Turner, DH
      Predicting oligonucleotide affinity to nucleic acid targets

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    22. Roman, J; Rubin, MN; Woodson, SA
      Sequence specificity of in vivo reverse splicing of the Tetrahymena group I intron

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    23. Ryder, SP; Strobel, SA
      Nucleotide analog interference mapping

      METHODS-A COMPANION TO METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY
    24. Strobel, SA
      A chemogenetic approach to RNA function/structure analysis

      CURRENT OPINION IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    25. Ikawa, Y; Naito, D; Aono, N; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      A conserved motif in group IC3 introns is a new class of GNRA receptor

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    26. Costa, M; Michel, F
      Tight binding of the 5 ' exon to domain I of a group II self-splicing intron requires completion of the intron active site

      EMBO JOURNAL
    27. Qin, PZ; Pyle, AM
      Antagonistic substrate binding by a group II intron ribozyme

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    28. Zarrinkar, PP; Sullenger, BA
      Optimizing the substrate specificity of a group I intron ribozyme

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    29. Szewczak, AA; Ortoleva-Donnelly, L; Ryder, SP; Moncoeur, E; Strobel, SA
      A minor groove RNA triple helix within the catalytic core of a group I intron

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    30. NARLIKAR GJ; HERSCHLAG D
      DIRECT DEMONSTRATION OF THE CATALYTIC ROLE OF BINDING INTERACTIONS INAN ENZYMATIC-REACTION

      Biochemistry
    31. LORIA A; PAN T
      RECOGNITION OF THE 5'-LEADER AND THE ACCEPTOR STEM OF A PRE-TRANSFER-RNA SUBSTRATE BY THE RIBOZYME FROM BACILLUS-SUBTILIS RNASE-P

      Biochemistry
    32. Zarrinkar, PP; Sullenger, BA
      Probing the interplay between the two steps of group I intron splicing: Competition of exogenous guanosine with omega G

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    33. BERNAL JJ; GARCIAARENAL F
      ANALYSIS OF THE IN-VITRO SECONDARY STRUCTURE OF CUCUMBER MOSAIC-VIRUSSATELLITE RNA

      RNA
    34. BREAKER RR
      DNA ENZYMES

      Nature biotechnology
    35. KIM CH; RYAN DE; MARCINIEC T; ABELSON J
      SITE-SPECIFIC DEOXYNUCLEOTIDE SUBSTITUTIONS IN YEAST U6 SNRNA BLOCK SPLICING OF PRE-MESSENGER-RNA IN-VITRO

      EMBO journal
    36. COSTA M; MICHEL F
      RULES FOR RNA RECOGNITION OF GNRA TETRALOOPS DEDUCED BY IN-VITRO SELECTION - COMPARISON WITH IN-VIVO EVOLUTION

      EMBO journal
    37. AUFFINGER P; WESTHOF E
      RULES GOVERNING THE ORIENTATION OF THE 2'-HYDROXYL GROUP IN RNA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    38. PAILLART JC; WESTHOF E; EHRESMANN C; EHRESMANN B; MARQUET R
      NONCANONICAL INTERACTIONS IN A KISSING LOOP COMPLEX - THE DIMERIZATION INITIATION SITE OF HIV-1 GENOMIC RNA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    39. TESTA SM; HAIDARIS CG; GIGLIOTTI F; TURNER DH
      A PNEUMOCYSTIS-CARINII GROUP-I INTRON RIBOZYME THAT DOES NOT REQUIRE 2'-OH GROUPS ON ITS 5'-EXON MIMIC FOR BINDING TO THE CATALYTIC CORE

      Biochemistry
    40. COHEN SB; CECH TR
      DYNAMICS OF THERMAL MOTIONS WITHIN A LARGE CATALYTIC RNA INVESTIGATEDBY CROSS-LINKING WITH THIOL-DISULFIDE INTERCHANGE

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    41. NEIRA JL; FERSHT AR
      AN NMR-STUDY ON THE BETA-HAIRPIN REGION OF BARNASE

      Folding & design
    42. PARKER MJ; SESSIONS RB; BADCOE IG; CLARKE AR
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF TERTIARY INTERACTIONS DURING THE FOLDING OF A LARGE PROTEIN

      Folding & design
    43. HARDT WD; ERDMANN VA; HARTMANN RK
      RP-DEOXY-PHOSPHOROTHIOATE MODIFICATION INTERFERENCE EXPERIMENTS IDENTIFY 2'-OH GROUPS IN RNASE-P RNA THAT ARE CRUCIAL TO TRANSFER-RNA BINDING

      RNA
    44. ABRAMOVITZ DL; FRIEDMAN RA; PYLE AM
      CATALYTIC ROLE OF 2'-HYDROXYL GROUPS WITHIN A GROUP-II INTRON ACTIVE-SITE

      Science
    45. STROBEL SA; CECH TR
      EXOCYCLIC AMINE OF THE CONSERVED G-CENTER-DOT-U PAIR AT THE CLEAVAGE SITE OF THE TETRAHYMENA RIBOZYME CONTRIBUTES TO 5'-SPLICE SITE SELECTION AND TRANSITION-STATE STABILIZATION

      Biochemistry
    46. RAILLARD SA; JOYCE GF
      TARGETING SITES WITHIN HIV-1 CDNA WITH A DNA-CLEAVING RIBOZYME

      Biochemistry
    47. YAP LP; MUSIERFORSYTH K
      TRANSFER-RNA AMINOACYLATION - IDENTIFICATION OF A CRITICAL RIBOSE 2'-HYDROXYL-BASE INTERACTION

      RNA
    48. JUCKER FM; PARDI A
      GNRA TETRALOOPS MAKE A U-TURN

      RNA
    49. GRIFFIN EA; QIN ZF; MICHELS WJ; PYLE AM
      GROUP-II INTRON RIBOZYMES THAT CLEAVE DNA AND RNA LINKAGES WITH SIMILAR EFFICIENCY, AND LACK CONTACTS WITH SUBSTRATE 2'-HYDROXYL GROUPS

      Chemistry & biology
    50. CHOWRIRA BM; BERZALHERRANZ A; BURKE JM
      NOVEL SYSTEM FOR ANALYSIS OF GROUP-I 3'-SPLICE-SITE REACTIONS BASED ON FUNCTIONAL TRANS-INTERACTION OF THE P1 P10 REACTION HELIX WITH THE RIBOZYMES CATALYTIC CORE/

      Nucleic acids research
    51. STROBEL SA; CECH TR
      MINOR-GROOVE RECOGNITION OF THE CONSERVED G-CENTER-DOT-U PAIR AT THE TETRAHYMENA RIBOZYME REACTION SITE

      Science
    52. NARLIKAR GJ; GOPALKRISHNAN V; MCCONNELL TS; USMAN N; HERSCHLAG D
      USE OF BINDING-ENERGY BY AN RNA ENZYME FOR CATALYSIS BY POSITIONING AND SUBSTRATE DESTABILIZATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. LI Y; BEVILACQUA PC; MATHEWS D; TURNER DH
      THERMODYNAMIC AND ACTIVATION PARAMETERS FOR BINDING OF A PYRENE-LABELED SUBSTRATE BY THE TETRAHYMENA RIBOZYME - DOCKING IS NOT DIFFUSION-CONTROLLED AND IS DRIVEN BY A FAVORABLE ENTROPY

      Biochemistry
    54. ZAUG AJ; DAVILAAPONTE JA; CECH TR
      CATALYSIS OF RNA CLEAVAGE BY A RIBOZYME DERIVED FROM THE GROUP-I INTRON OF ANABAENA PRE-TRNA(LEU)

      Biochemistry
    55. PYLE AM; MORAN S; STROBEL SA; CHAPMAN T; TURNER DH; CECH TR
      REPLACEMENT OF THE CONSERVED G-CENTER-DOT-U WITH A G-C PAIR AT THE CLEAVAGE SITE OF THE TETRAHYMENA RIBOZYME DECREASES BINDING, REACTIVITY,AND FIDELITY

      Biochemistry
    56. KNITT DS; NARLIKAR GJ; HERSCHLAG D
      DISSECTION OF THE ROLE OF THE CONSERVED G-CENTER-DOT-U PAIR IN GROUP-I RNA SELF-SPLICING

      Biochemistry


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