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    1. Barrett, TG
      Mitochondrial diabetes, DIDMOAD and other inherited diabetes syndromes

      BEST PRACTICE & RESEARCH CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM
    2. Logg, CR; Tai, CK; Logg, A; Anderson, WF; Kasahara, N
      A uniquely stable replication-competent retrovirus vector achieves efficient gene delivery in vitro and in solid tumors

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    3. Myslinski, E; Ame, JC; Krol, A; Carbon, P
      An unusually compact external promoter for RNA polymerase III transcription of the human H1RNA gene

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    4. Lewis, JA; Hatfull, GF
      Control of directionality in integrase-mediated recombination: examinationof recombination directionality factors (RDFs) including Xis and Cox proteins

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    5. Travers, A; Schneider, R; Muskhelishvili, G
      DNA supercoiling and transcription in Escherichia coli: The FIS connection

      BIOCHIMIE
    6. Moustafa, ME; Carlson, BA; El-Saadani, MA; Kryukov, GV; Sun, QA; Harney, JW; Hill, KE; Combs, GF; Feigenbaum, L; Mansur, DB; Burk, RF; Berry, MJ; Diamond, AM; Lee, BJ; Gladyshev, VN; Hatfield, DL
      Selective inhibition of selenocysteine tRNA maturation and selenoprotein synthesis in transgenic mice expressing isopentenyladenosine-deficient selenocysteine tRNA

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    7. Pulkes, T; Hanna, MG
      Human mitochondrial DNA diseases

      ADVANCED DRUG DELIVERY REVIEWS
    8. Munnich, A; Rustin, P
      Clinical spectrum and diagnosis of mitochondrial disorders

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    9. Briani, F; Deho, G; Forti, F; Ghisotti, D
      The plasmid status of satellite bacteriophage P4

      PLASMID
    10. Kim, KJ; Sunshine, MG; Lindqvist, BH; Six, EW
      Capsid size determination in the P2-P4 bacteriophage system: Suppression of sir mutations in P2's capsid gene N by supersid mutations in P4's external scaffold gene sid

      VIROLOGY
    11. Chang, ZL; Pan, JD; Logg, C; Kasahara, N; Roy-Burman, P
      A replication-competent feline leukemia virus, subgroup A (FeLV-A), taggedwith green fluorescent protein reporter exhibits in vitro biological properties similar to those of the parental FeLV-A

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    12. Logg, CR; Logg, A; Tai, CK; Cannon, PM; Kasahara, N
      Genomic stability of murine leukemia viruses containing insertions at the Env-3 ' untranslated region boundary

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    13. Masignani, V; Giuliani, MM; Tettelin, H; Comanducci, M; Rappuoli, R; Scarlato, V
      Mu-like prophage in serogroup B Neisseria meningitidis coding for surface-exposed antigens

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    14. Ohkubo, K; Yamano, A; Nagashima, M; Mori, Y; Anzai, K; Akehi, Y; Nomiyama, R; Asano, T; Urae, A; Ono, J
      Mitochondrial gene mutations in the tRNA(Leu(UUR)) region and diabetes: Prevalence and clinical phenotypes in Japan

      CLINICAL CHEMISTRY
    15. Canella, KA; Seidman, MM
      Mutation spectra in supF: approaches to elucidating sequence context effects

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    16. Feldmann, H
      Gene function and expression: Four years of the post-genomic era of yeast

      FOOD TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    17. Schleiffer, T; 't Hart, LM; Schurfeld, C; Kraatz, K; Riemann, JF
      Maternally inherited diabetes and deafness (MIDD): unusual occult exocrinepancreatic manifestation in an affected German family

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    18. Buvoli, M; Buvoli, A; Leinwand, LA
      Suppression of nonsense mutations in cell culture and mice by multimerizedsuppressor tRNA genes

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Adachi, K; Katsuyama, M; Song, S; Oka, T
      Genomic organization, chromosomal mapping and promoter analysis of the mouse selenocysteine tRNA gene transcription-activating factor (mStaf) gene

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    20. Burrus, V; Roussel, Y; Decaris, B; Guedon, G
      Characterization of a novel integrative element, ICESt1, in the lactic acid bacterium Streptococcus thermophilus

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    21. Dundon, WG; Marshall, DG; Morain, CAO; Smyth, CJ
      A novel tRNA-associated locus (trl) from Helicobacter pylori is co-transcribed with tRNA(Gly) and reveals genetic diversity

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    22. Knight, RD; Freeland, SJ; Landweber, LF
      Selection, history and chemistry: the three faces of the genetic code

      TRENDS IN BIOCHEMICAL SCIENCES
    23. Nakayama, K; Kanaya, S; Ohnishi, M; Terawaki, Y; Hayashi, T
      The complete nucleotide sequence of phi CTX, a cytotoxin-converting phage of Pseudomonas aeruginosa: implications for phage evolution and horizontal gene transfer via bacteriophages

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    24. Momiyama, Y; Suzuki, Y; Ohsuzu, F; Atsumi, Y; Matsuoka, K; Kimura, M
      Maternally transmitted susceptibility to non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus and left ventricular hypertrophy

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    25. Jespersen, T; Duch, M; Carrasco, ML; Warming, S; Pedersen, FS
      Expression of heterologous genes from an IRES translational cassette in replication competent murine leukemia virus vectors

      GENE
    26. Cintron, I; Capo, L; Plazaola, A; Arroyo, G; Candelas, GC
      A spider tRNA(Ala) requires a far upstream sequence element for expression

      GENE
    27. Damore, ME; Speiser, PW; Slonim, AE; New, MI; Shanske, S; Xia, WL; Santorelli, FM; DiMauro, S
      Early onset of diabetes mellitus associated with the mitochondrial DNA T14709C point mutation: Patient report and literature review

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM
    28. Moreau, S; Le Marrec, C; Blanco, C; Trautwetter, A
      Analysis of the integration functions of phi 304L: An integrase module among corynephages

      VIROLOGY
    29. Schaub, M; Myslinski, E; Krol, A; Carbon, P
      Maximization of selenocysteine tRNA and U6 small nuclear RNA transcriptional activation achieved by flexible utilization of a Staf zinc finger

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Trivedi, A; Young, LS; Ouyang, C; Johnson, DL; Sprague, KU
      A TATA element is required for tRNA promoter activity and confers TATA-binding protein responsiveness in Drosophila Schneider-2 cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    31. Auvray, F; Coddeville, M; Ordonez, RC; Ritzenthaler, P
      Unusual structure of the attB site of the site-specific recombination system of Lactobacillus delbrueckii bacteriophage mv4

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    32. Forti, F; Polo, S; Lane, KB; Six, EW; Sironi, G; Deho, G; Ghisotti, D
      Translation of two nested genes in bacteriophage P4 controls immunity-specific transcription termination

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    33. Kataoka, M; Kosono, S; Tsujimoto, G
      Spatial and temporal regulation of protein expression by bldA within a Streptomyces lividans colony

      FEBS LETTERS
    34. Adachi, K; Tanaka, T; Saito, H; Oka, T
      Hormonal induction of mouse selenocysteine transfer ribonucleic acid (tRNA) gene transcription-activating factor and its functional importance in theselenocysteine tRNA gene transcription in mouse mammary gland

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    35. van den Ouweland, JMW; Maechler, P; Wollheim, CB; Attardi, G; Maassen, JA
      Functional and morphological abnormalities of mitochondria harbouring the tRNA(Leu(UUR)) mutation in mitochondrial DNA derived from patients with maternally inherited diabetes and deafness (MIDD) and progressive kidney disease

      DIABETOLOGIA
    36. Morgan-Hughes, JA; Hanna, MG
      Mitochondrial encephalomyopathies: the enigma of genotype versus phenotype

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    37. WINCKLER T
      RETROTRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTS IN THE DICTYOSTELIUM-DISCOIDEUM GENOME

      Cellular and molecular life sciences
    38. MOUSTAFA ME; ELSAADANI MA; KANDEEL KM; MANSUR DB; LEE BJ; HATFIELD DL; DIAMOND AM
      OVERPRODUCTION OF SELENOCYSTEINE TRANSFER-RNA IN CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY CELLS FOLLOWING TRANSFECTION OF THE MOUSE TRNA([SER]SEC) GENE

      RNA
    39. GUTHRIE EP; FLAXMAN CS; WHITE J; HODGSON DA; BIBB MJ; CHATER KF
      A RESPONSE-REGULATOR-LIKE ACTIVATOR OF ANTIBIOTIC-SYNTHESIS FROM STREPTOMYCES-COELICOLOR A3(2) WITH AN AMINO-TERMINAL DOMAIN THAT LACKS A PHOSPHORYLATION POCKET

      Microbiology
    40. Freitas-Vieira, A; Anes, E; Moniz-Pereira, J
      The site-specific recombination locus of mycobacteriophage Ms6 determines DNA integration at the tRNA(Ala) gene of Mycobacterium spp.

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    41. RINALDI T; RICCI C; PORRO D; BOLOTINFUKUHARA M; FRONTALI L
      A MUTATION IN A NOVEL YEAST PROTEASOMAL GENE, RPN11 MPR1, PRODUCES A CELL-CYCLE ARREST, OVERREPLICATION OF NUCLEAR AND MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA, AND AN ALTERED MITOCHONDRIAL MORPHOLOGY/

      Molecular biology of the cell
    42. SERVIDEI S
      MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders
    43. PLANT EP; BECHER D; POULTER RTM
      THE SPL1 TRANSFER-RNA SPLICING GENE OF CANDIDA-MALTOSA AND CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Yeast
    44. NUNESDUBY SE; KWON HJ; TIRUMALAI RS; ELLENBERGER T; LANDY A
      SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES AMONG 105 MEMBERS OF THE INT FAMILY OF SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINASES

      Nucleic acids research
    45. PARK HJ; RAJBHANDARY UL
      TETRACYCLINE-REGULATED SUPPRESSION OF AMBER CODONS IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    46. SCHUSTER C; KROL A; CARBON P
      2 DISTINCT DOMAINS IN STAF TO SELECTIVELY ACTIVATE SMALL NUCLEAR RNA-TYPE AND MESSENGER-RNA PROMOTERS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    47. LI L; LINNING RM; KONDO K; HONDA BM
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF INDIVIDUAL SUPPRESSOR TRNA(TRP) GENE FAMILY MEMBERS IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO IN THE NEMATODE CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    48. LINMARQ N; CLARKSON SG
      EFFICIENT SYNTHESIS, TERMINATION AND RELEASE OF RNA-POLYMERASE-III TRANSCRIPTS IN XENOPUS EXTRACTS DEPLETED OF LA PROTEIN

      EMBO journal
    49. VASANTHAKRISHNA M; RUMPAL N; VARSHNEY U
      ORGANIZATION AND COPY NUMBER OF INITIATOR TRANSFER-RNA GENES IN SLOW-GROWING AND FAST-GROWING MYCOBACTERIA

      Journal of Biosciences
    50. CHOISNE N; CARNEIRO VTC; PELLETIER G; SMALL I
      IMPLICATION OF 5'-FLANKING SEQUENCE ELEMENTS IN EXPRESSION OF A PLANTTRNA(LEU) GENE

      Plant molecular biology
    51. SULLIVAN JT; RONSON CW
      EVOLUTION OF RHIZOBIA BY ACQUISITION OF A 500-KB SYMBIOSIS ISLAND THAT INTEGRATES INTO A PHE-TRANSFER-RNA GENE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    52. LAWRENCE JG; OCHMAN H
      MOLECULAR ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI GENOME

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. HANNA MG; NELSON IP; MORGANHUGHES JA; WOOD NW
      MELAS - A NEW DISEASE-ASSOCIATED MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA MUTATION AND EVIDENCE FOR FURTHER GENETIC-HETEROGENEITY

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    54. PONTKINGDON G; OKADA NA; MACFARLANE JL; BEAGLEY CT; WATKINSSIMS CD; CAVALIERSMITH T; CLARKWALKER GD; WOLSTENHOLME DR
      MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA OF THE CORAL SARCOPHYTON GLAUCUM CONTAINS A GENE FOR A HOMOLOG OF BACTERIAL MUTS - A POSSIBLE CASE OF GENE-TRANSFER FROM THE NUCLEUS TO THE MITOCHONDRION

      Journal of molecular evolution
    55. LOPEZ PJ; GUILLEREZ J; SOUSA R; DREYFUS M
      ON THE MECHANISM OF INHIBITION OF PHAGE T7 RNA-POLYMERASE BY LAC REPRESSOR

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    56. HIRAI M; SUZUKI S; ONODA M; HINOKIO Y; HIRAI A; OHTOMO M; CHIBA M; KASUGA S; HIRAI S; SATOH Y; AKAI H; MIYABAYASHI S; TOYOTA T
      MITOCHONDRIAL DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC-ACID 3256C-T MUTATION IN A JAPANESE FAMILY WITH NONINSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETES-MELLITUS

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    57. ADACHI K; SAITO H; TANAKA T; OKA T
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MURINE STAF CDNA-ENCODING A TRANSCRIPTION ACTIVATING FACTOR FOR THE SELENOCYSTEINE TRANSFER-RNA GENE IN MOUSE MAMMARY-GLAND

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    58. RAVATN R; STUDER S; ZEHNDER AJB; VANDERMEER JR
      INT-B13, AN UNUSUAL SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINASE OF THE BACTERIOPHAGE-P4INTEGRASE FAMILY, IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHROMOSOMAL INSERTION OF THE 105-KILOBASE CLC ELEMENT OF PSEUDOMONAS SP. STRAIN B13

      Journal of bacteriology (Print)
    59. REITER K; LAM H; YOUNG E; JULIEN B; CALENDAR R
      A COMPLEX CONTROL-SYSTEM FOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION FROM THE SID PROMOTER OF BACTERIOPHAGE-P4

      Journal of bacteriology
    60. KHOLOD N; PANKOVA N; KSENZENKO V; KISSELEV L
      AMINOACYLATION OF TRANSFER-RNA GENE TRANSCRIPTS IS STRONGLY AFFECTED BY 3'-EXTENDED AND DIMERIC SUBSTRATE RNAS

      FEBS letters
    61. ZEVIANI M; ANTOZZI C
      MITOCHONDRIAL DISORDERS

      Molecular human reproduction

    62. MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders

    63. MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders

    64. MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders
    65. SERVIDEI S
      MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders

    66. MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders
    67. CLAROS MC; HAASE G; SCHONIAN G; CITRON DM; GERARDO SH; GOLDSTEIN EJC; SCHUMACHER U; RODLOFF AC
      DIFFERENTIATION OF CLINICAL BACTEROIDES-OVATUS ISOLATES USING RNA GENE SIZE POLYMORPHISMS

      Reviews in medical micro-biology
    68. SUOMALAINEN A
      MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA AND DISEASE

      Annals of medicine
    69. VANDYCK L; TETTELIN H; PURNELLE B; GOFFEAU A
      AN 18.3 KB DNA FRAGMENT FROM YEAST CHROMOSOME-VII CARRIES 4 UNKNOWN OPEN READING FRAMES, THE GENE FOR AN ASN SYNTHETASE, REMNANTS OF TY AND3 TRANSFER-RNA GENES

      Yeast
    70. TSUKUDA K; SUZUKI Y; KAMEOKA K; OSAWA N; GOTO Y; KATAGIRI H; ASANO T; YAZAKI Y; OKA Y
      SCREENING OF PATIENTS WITH MATERNALLY TRANSMITTED DIABETES FOR MITOCHONDRIAL GENE-MUTATIONS IN THE TRNA(LEU(UUR)) REGION

      Diabetic medicine
    71. SHARMA S; SRIRAM S; PATWARDHAN L; GOPINATHAN KP
      EXPRESSION OF INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS OF A TRNA(1)(GLY) MULTIGENE FAMILY IN-VIVO FOLLOWS THE SAME PATTERN AS IN-VITRO

      Gene
    72. SCHMIDT H; SCHEEF J; JANETZKIMITTMANN C; DATZ M; KARCH H
      AN ILEX TRANSFER-RNA GENE IS LOCATED CLOSE TO THE SHIGA TOXIN-II OPERON IN ENTEROHEMORRHAGIC ESCHERICHIA-COLI O157 AND NON-O157 STRAINS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    73. ACKERMANN HW; DUBOW MS; GERSHMAN M; KARSKAWYSOCKI B; KASATIYA SS; LOESSNER MJ; MAMETBRATLEY MD; REGUE M
      TAXONOMIC CHANGES IN TAILED PHAGES OF ENTEROBACTERIA

      Archives of virology
    74. BLANCPOTARD AB; GROISMAN EA
      THE SALMONELLA SELC LOCUS CONTAINS A PATHOGENICITY ISLAND MEDIATING INTRAMACROPHAGE SURVIVAL

      EMBO journal
    75. SCHAUB M; MYSLINSKI E; SCHUSTER C; KROL A; CARBON P
      STAF, A PROMISCUOUS ACTIVATOR FOR ENHANCED TRANSCRIPTION BY RNA-POLYMERASE-II AND RNA-POLYMERASE-III

      EMBO journal
    76. RINALDI T; LANDE R; BOLOTINFUKUHARA M; FRONTALI L
      ADDITIONAL COPIES OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL EF-TU AND ASPARTYL-TRANSFER-RNA SYNTHETASE GENES CAN COMPENSATE FOR A MUTATION AFFECTING THE MATURATION OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL TRNA(ASP)

      Current genetics
    77. EUBANKS AC; ROEDER MJ; PIRTLE IL; PIRTLE RM
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF A BOVINE ARGININE TRNA(CCG) GENE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    78. ULMASOV B; CAPONE J; FOLK W
      REGULATED EXPRESSION OF PLANT TRANSFER-RNA GENES BY THE PROKARYOTIC TET AND LAC REPRESSORS

      Plant molecular biology
    79. NAKAAR V; GUNZL A; ULLU E; TSCHUDI C
      STRUCTURE OF THE TRYPANOSOMA-BRUCEI U6 SNRNA GENE PROMOTER

      Molecular and biochemical parasitology
    80. SCHON EA; BONILLA E; DIMAURO S
      MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA MUTATIONS AND PATHOGENESIS

      Journal of bioenergetics and biomembranes
    81. JULIEN B; LEFEVRE P; CALENDAR R
      THE 2 P2-OGR-LIKE DOMAINS OF THE DELTA-PROTEIN FROM BACTERIOPHAGE-P4 ARE REQUIRED FOR ACTIVITY

      Virology
    82. BOSL MR; TAKAKU K; OSHIMA M; NISHIMURA S; TAKETO MM
      EARLY EMBRYONIC LETHALITY CAUSED BY TARGETED DISRUPTION OF THE MOUSE SELENOCYSTEINE TRANSFER-RNA GENE (TRSP)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    83. LI K; ZHANG J; BUVOLI M; YAN XD; LEINWAND L; HE H
      OCHRE SUPPRESSOR TRANSFER-RNA RESTORED DYSTROPHIN EXPRESSION IN MDX MICE

      Life sciences
    84. LI SS; WATERS R
      INDUCTION AND REPAIR OF CYCLOBUTANE PYRIMIDINE DIMERS IN THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI TRANSFER-RNA GENE TYRT - FIS PROTEIN AFFECTS DIMER INDUCTION IN THE CONTROL REGION AND SUPPRESSES PREFERENTIAL REPAIR IN THE CODINGREGION OF THE TRANSCRIBED STRAND, EXCEPT IN A SHORT REGION NEAR THE TRANSCRIPTION START SITE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    85. LOPEZ PJ; GUILLEREZ J; SOUSA R; DREYFUS M
      THE LOW PROCESSIVITY OF T7 RNA-POLYMERASE OVER THE INITIALLY TRANSCRIBED SEQUENCE CAN LIMIT PRODUCTIVE INITIATION IN-VIVO

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    86. PERCUDANI R; PAVESI A; OTTONELLO S
      TRANSFER-RNA GENE REDUNDANCY AND TRANSLATIONAL SELECTION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    87. AUVRAY F; CODDEVILLE M; RITZENTHALER P; DUPONT L
      PLASMID INTEGRATION IN A WIDE-RANGE OF BACTERIA MEDIATED BY THE INTEGRASE OF LACTOBACILLUS-DELBRUECKII BACTERIOPHAGE-MV4

      Journal of bacteriology
    88. WHITE J; BIBB M
      BLDA DEPENDENCE OF UNDECYLPRODIGIOSIN PRODUCTION IN STREPTOMYCES-COELICOLOR A3(2) INVOLVES A PATHWAY-SPECIFIC REGULATORY CASCADE

      Journal of bacteriology
    89. WU CY; LIN CH; CHEN LJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE TRANSCRIPTION START SITE FOR THE SPINACH CHLOROPLAST SERINE TRANSFER-RNA GENE

      FEBS letters
    90. KHOLOD NS; PANKOVA NV; MAYOROV SG; KRUTILINA AI; SHLYAPNIKOV MG; KISSELEV LL; KSENZENKO VN
      TRANSFER RNA(PHE) ISOACCEPTORS POSSESS NONIDENTICAL SET OF IDENTITY ELEMENTS AT HIGH AND LOW MG2+ CONCENTRATION

      FEBS letters
    91. CONNOLLY CM; SANDMEYER SB
      RNA-POLYMERASE-III INTERFERES WITH TY3 INTEGRATION

      FEBS letters
    92. KOBAYASHI T; NAKANISHI K; NAKASE H; KAJIO H; OKUBO M; MURASE T; KOSAKA K
      IN-SITU CHARACTERIZATION OF ISLETS IN DIABETES WITH A MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA MUTATION AT NUCLEOTIDE POSITION-3243

      Diabetes
    93. KARWOWSKA U; SZWEYKOWSKAKULINSKA Z
      NEW INTRON-CONTAINING HUMAN TRNA(LEU) GENES

      Acta Biochimica Polonica
    94. ROTIG A; BONNEFONT JP; MUNNICH A
      MITOCHONDRIAL DIABETES-MELLITUS

      Diabetes & metabolism
    95. LEE BJ; PARK SI; PARK JM; CHITTUM HS; HATFIELD DL
      MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF SELENIUM AND ITS ROLE IN HUMAN HEALTH

      Molecules and cells

    96. MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders
    97. SERVIDEI S
      MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders

    98. MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders

    99. MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders

    100. MITOCHONDRIAL ENCEPHALOMYOPATHIES - GENE MUTATION

      Neuromuscular disorders


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