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    1. Berglund, JA; Rosbash, M; Schultz, SC
      Crystal structure of a model branchpoint-U2 snRNA duplex containing bulgedadenosines

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    2. Shukla, GC; Padgett, RA
      The intramolecular stem-loop structure of U6 snRNA can functionally replace the U6atac snRNA stem-loop

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    3. Malik, HS; Eickbush, TH
      Phylogenetic analysis of ribonuclease H domains suggests a late, chimeric origin of LTR retrotransposable elements and retroviruses

      GENOME RESEARCH
    4. Mills, DA
      Mutagenesis in the post genomics era: tools for generating insertional mutations in the lactic acid bacteria

      CURRENT OPINION IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    5. Kubo, N; Takano, M; Nishiguchi, M; Kadowaki, K
      Mitochondrial sequence migrated downstream to a nuclear V-ATPase B gene istranscribed but non-functional

      GENE
    6. Rivier, C; Goldschmidt-Clermont, M; Rochaix, JD
      Identification of an RNA-protein complex involved in chloroplast group II intron trans-splicing in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

      EMBO JOURNAL
    7. Jenkins, BD; Barkan, A
      Recruitment of a peptidyl-tRNA hydrolase as a facilitator of group II intron splicing in chloroplasts

      EMBO JOURNAL
    8. McConnell, TS; Steitz, JA
      Proximity of the invariant loop of U5 snRNA to the second intron residue during pre-mRNA splicing

      EMBO JOURNAL
    9. Kurihara-Yonemoto, S; Handa, H
      Low temperature affects the processing pattern and RNA editing status of the mitochondrial cox2 transcripts in wheat

      CURRENT GENETICS
    10. Hashimoto, K; Sato, N
      Characterization of the mitochondrial nad7 gene in Physcomitrella patens: Similarity with angiosperm nad7 genes

      PLANT SCIENCE
    11. Bunse, AA; Nickelsen, J; Kuck, U
      Intron-specific RNA binding proteins in the chloroplast of the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    12. Zhong, ZP; Toukdarian, A; Helinski, D; Knauf, V; Sykes, S; Wilkinson, JE; O'Bryne, C; Shea, T; DeLoughery, C; Caspi, R
      Sequence analysis of a 101-kilobase plasmid required for agar degradation by a Microscilla isolate

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Carrillo, C; Chapdelaine, Y; Bonen, L
      Variation in sequence and RNA editing within core domains of mitochondrialgroup II introns among plants

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    14. Watanabe, KI; Ohama, T
      Regular spliceosomal introns are invasive in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: 15introns in the recently relocated mitochondrial cox2 and cox3 genes

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    15. Singh, NN; Lambowitz, AM
      Interaction of a group II intron ribonucleoprotein endonuclease with its DNA target site investigated by DNA footprinting and modification interference

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Han, CG; Shiga, Y; Tobe, T; Sasakawa, C; Ohtsubo, E
      Structural and functional characterization of IS679 and IS66-family elements

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    17. Venkatesan, MM; Goldberg, MB; Rose, DJ; Grotbeck, EJ; Burland, V; Blattner, FR
      Complete DNA sequence and analysis of the large virulence plasmid of Shigella flexneri

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    18. Prak, ETL; Kazazian, HH
      Mobile elements and the human genome

      NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS
    19. Varani, G; McClain, WH
      The G center dot U wobble base pair - A fundamental building block of RNA structure crucial to RNA function in diverse biological systems

      EMBO REPORTS
    20. Valadkhan, S; Manley, JL
      A tertiary interaction detested in a human U2-U6 snRNA complex assembled in vitro resembles a genetically proven interaction in yeast

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    21. Mikheeva, S; Murray, HL; Zhou, H; Turczyk, BM; Jarrell, KA
      Deletion of a conserved dinucleotide inhibits the second step of group II intron splicing

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    22. Contamine, V; Picard, M
      Maintenance and integrity of the mitochondrial genome: a plethora of nuclear genes in the budding yeast

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    23. Nedelcu, AM; Lee, RW; Lemieux, C; Gray, MW; Burger, G
      The complete mitochondrial DNA sequence of Scenedesmus obliquus reflects an intermediate stage in the evolution of the green algal mitochondrial genome

      GENOME RESEARCH
    24. Pyle, AM
      New tricks from an itinerant intron

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    25. Schock, I; Gregan, J; Steinhauser, S; Schweyen, R; Brennicke, A; Knoop, V
      A member of a novel Arabidopsis thaliana gene family of candidate Mg2+ iontransporters complements a yeast mitochondrial group II intron-splicing mutant

      PLANT JOURNAL
    26. Mohr, G; Smith, D; Belfort, M; Lambowitz, AM
      Rules for DNA target-site recognition by a lactococcal group II intron enable retargeting of the intron to specific DNA sequences

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    27. Young, ND; dePamphilis, CW
      Purifying selection detected in the plastid gene matK and flanking ribozyme regions within a group II intron of nonphotosynthetic plants

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    28. Kuck, U; Jekosch, K; Holzamer, P
      DNA sequence analysis of the complete mitochondrial genome of the green alga Scenedesmus obliquus: evidence for UAG being a leucine and UCA being a non-sense codon

      GENE
    29. Eickbush, DG; Luan, DMD; Eickbush, TH
      Integration of Bombyx mori R2 sequences into the 28S ribosomal RNA genes of Drosophila melanogaster

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    30. Costa, M; Michel, F; Westhof, E
      A three-dimensional perspective on exon binding by a group II self-splicing intron

      EMBO JOURNAL
    31. Borghouts, C; Kerschner, S; Osiewacz, HD
      Copper-dependence of mitochondrial DNA rearrangements in Podospora anserina

      CURRENT GENETICS
    32. Sellem, CH; Begel, O; Sainsard-Chanet, A
      Recombinant mitochondrial DNA molecules suggest a template switching ability for group-II-intron reverse transcriptase

      CURRENT GENETICS
    33. Feig, AL
      The use of manganese as a probe for elucidating the role of magnesium ionsin ribozymes

      METAL IONS IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS, VOL 37
    34. Hiller, R; Hetzer, M; Schweyen, RJ; Mueller, MW
      Transposition and exon shuffling by group II intron RNA molecules in pieces

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    35. Edgell, DR; Belfort, M; Shub, DA
      Barriers to intron promiscuity in bacteria

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    36. Smith, JS; Nikonowicz, EP
      Phosphorothioate substitution can substantially alter RNA conformation

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    37. Vangerow, S; Teerkorn, T; Knoop, V
      Phylogenetic information in the mitochondrial nad5 gene of pteridophytes: RNA editing and intron sequences

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    38. Jurica, MS; Stoddard, BL
      Homing endonucleases: structure, function and evolution

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    39. Burger, G; Saint-Louis, D; Gray, MW; Lang, BF
      Complete sequence of the mitochondrial DNA of the red alga Porphyra purpurea: Cyanobacterial introns and shared ancestry of red and green algae

      PLANT CELL
    40. Eickbush, TH
      Mobile introns: Retrohoming by complete reverse splicing

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    41. Kawasaki, T; Okumura, S; Kishimoto, N; Shimada, H; Higo, K; Ichikawa, N
      RNA maturation of the rice SPK gene may involve trans-splicing

      PLANT JOURNAL
    42. Sontheimer, EJ; Gordon, PM; Piccirilli, JA
      Metal ion catalysis during group II intron self-splicing: parallels with the spliceosome

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    43. Huang, CC; Narita, M; Yamagata, T; Itoh, Y; Endo, G
      Structure analysis of a class II transposon encoding the mercury resistance of the Gram-positive bacterium Bacillus megaterium MB1, a strain isolatedfrom Minamata Bay, Japan

      GENE
    44. Schneiker, S; Kosier, B; Puhler, A; Selbitschka, W
      The Sinorhizobium meliloti insertion sequence (IS) element ISRm14 is related to a previously unrecognized IS element located adjacent to the Escherichia coli locus of enterocyte effacement (LEE) pathogenicity island

      CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
    45. 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
    46. Perron, K; Goldschmidt-Clermont, M; Rochaix, JD
      A factor related to pseudouridine synthases is required for chloroplast group II intron trans-splicing in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

      EMBO JOURNAL
    47. Schafer, B; Wolf, K
      A novel group-II intron in the cox1 gene of the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe is inserted in the same codon as the mobile group-II intron al2 in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae cox1 homologue

      CURRENT GENETICS
    48. Farre, JC; Araya, A
      The mat-r open reading frame is transcribed from a non-canonical promoter and contains an internal promoter to co-transcribe exons nad1e and nad5III in wheat mitochondria

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    49. Zimmerly, S; Moran, JV; Perlman, PS; Lambowitz, AM
      Group II intron reverse transcriptase in yeast mitochondria. Stabilizationand regulation of reverse transcriptase activity by the intron RNA

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    50. Romine, MF; Stillwell, LC; Wong, KK; Thurston, SJ; Sisk, EC; Sensen, C; Gaasterland, T; Fredrickson, JK; Saffer, JD
      Complete sequence of a 184-kilobase catabolic plasmid from Sphingomonas aromaticivorans F199

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    51. Moran, JV
      Human L1 retrotransposition: insights and peculiarities learned from a cultured cell retrotransposition assay

      GENETICA
    52. COSTA M; CHRISTIAN EL; MICHEL F
      DIFFERENTIAL CHEMICAL PROBING OF A GROUP-II SELF-SPLICING INTRON IDENTIFIES BASES INVOLVED IN TERTIARY INTERACTIONS AND SUPPORTS AN ALTERNATIVE SECONDARY STRUCTURE MODEL OF DOMAIN-V

      RNA
    53. LUUKKONEN BGM; SERAPHIN B
      A ROLE FOR U2 U6 HELIX IB IN 5'-SPLICE-SITE SELECTION/

      RNA
    54. SUN JS; VALADKHAN S; MANLEY JL
      A UV-CROSS-LINKABLE INTERACTION IN HUMAN U6 SNRNA

      RNA
    55. PODAR M; ZHUO J; ZHANG MC; FRANZEN JS; PERLMAN PS; PEEBLES CL
      DOMAIN-5 BINDS NEAR A HIGHLY CONSERVED DINUCLEOTIDE IN THE JOINER LINKING DOMAIN-2 AND DOMAIN-3 OF A GROUP-II INTRON

      RNA
    56. SALVO JL; RODEGHIER B; RUBIN A; TROISCHT T
      OPTIONAL INTRONS IN MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA OF PODOSPORA-ANSERINA ARE THE PRIMARY SOURCE OF OBSERVED SIZE POLYMORPHISMS

      Fungal genetics and biology
    57. HAHN D; NICKELSEN J; HACKERT A; KUCK U
      A SINGLE NUCLEAR LOCUS IS INVOLVED IN BOTH CHLOROPLAST RNA TRANSSPLICING AND 3'-END PROCESSING

      Plant journal
    58. Logsdon, JM
      The recent origins of spliceosomal introns revisited

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    59. SCHAFER B; KAULICH K; WOLF K
      MOSAIC STRUCTURE OF THE COX2 GENE IN THE PETITE NEGATIVE YEAST SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE - A GROUP-II INTRON IS INSERTED AT THE SAME LOCATION AS THE OTHERWISE UNRELATED GROUP-II INTRONS IN THE MITOCHONDRIA OF HIGHER-PLANTS

      Gene
    60. SAINSARDCHANET A; BEGEL O; DAUBENTONCARAFA Y
      2 COEXISTING MECHANISMS ACCOUNT FOR THE LARGE-SCALE DELETIONS OF MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA IN PODOSPORA-ANSERINA THAT INVOLVE THE 5'-BORDER OF A GROUP-II INTRON

      Current genetics
    61. BEGU D; MERCADO A; FARRE JC; MOENNE A; HOLUIGUE L; ARAYA A; JORDANA X
      EDITING STATUS OF MAT-R TRANSCRIPTS IN MITOCHONDRIA FROM 2 PLANT-SPECIES - C-TO-U CHANGES OCCUR IN PUTATIVE FUNCTIONAL RT AND MATURASE DOMAINS

      Current genetics
    62. HOLLANDER V; KUCK U
      SPLICING OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL GROUP-II INTRON RI1 - CONSERVED INTRON-EXON INTERACTIONS DIMINISH SPLICING EFFICIENCY

      Current genetics
    63. FERREDAMARE AR; ZHOU KH; DOUDNA JA
      A GENERAL MODULE FOR RNA CRYSTALLIZATION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    64. ZHOU DM; TAIRA K
      THE HYDROLYSIS OF RNA - FROM THEORETICAL CALCULATIONS TO THE HAMMERHEAD RIBOZYME-MEDIATED CLEAVAGE OF RNA

      Chemical reviews
    65. KUIMELIS RG; MCLAUGHLIN LW
      MECHANISMS OF RIBOZYME-MEDIATED RNA CLEAVAGE

      Chemical reviews
    66. DONG FG; WILSON KG; MAKAROFF CA
      ANALYSIS OF THE 4 COX2 GENES FOUND IN TURNIP (BRASSICA-CAMPESTRIS, BRASSICACEAE) MITOCHONDRIA

      American journal of botany
    67. GAUR RK; MCLAUGHLIN LW; GREEN MR
      FUNCTIONAL-GROUP SUBSTITUTIONS OF THE BRANCHPOINT ADENOSINE IN A NUCLEAR PRE-MESSENGER-RNA AND A GROUP-II INTRON

      RNA
    68. SUN JS; MANLEY JL
      THE HUMAN U6 SNRNA INTRAMOLECULAR HELIX - STRUCTURAL CONSTRAINTS AND LACK OF SEQUENCE SPECIFICITY

      RNA
    69. NEWMAN A
      RNA SPLICING - OUT OF THE LOOP

      Current biology
    70. WEEKS KM
      PROTEIN-FACILITATED RNA FOLDING

      Current opinion in structural biology
    71. MIKHEEVA S; HAKIMZARGAR M; CARLSON D; JARRELL K
      USE OF AN ENGINEERED RIBOZYME TO PRODUCE A CIRCULAR HUMAN EXON

      Nucleic acids research
    72. CARRILLO C; BONEN L
      RNA EDITING STATUS OF NAD7 INTRON DOMAINS IN WHEAT MITOCHONDRIA

      Nucleic acids research
    73. 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
    74. MACIVER FH; DAWES IW; GRANT CM
      IDENTIFICATION OF A SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA WHICH CAN ACT AS A PROMOTER TIGHTLY REGULATED BY CARBON SOURCE WHEN PLACED IN THE NUCLEUS

      Current genetics
    75. CRAIG NL
      TARGET SITE SELECTION IN TRANSPOSITION

      Annual review of biochemistry
    76. MALEK O; BRENNICKE A; KNOOP V
      EVOLUTION OF TRANSSPLICING PLANT MITOCHONDRIAL INTRONS IN PRE-PERMIANTIMES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    77. RZHETSKY A; AYALA FJ; HSU LC; CHANG C; YOSHIDA A
      EXON INTRON STRUCTURE OF ALDEHYDE DEHYDROGENASE GENES SUPPORTS THE INTRONS-LATE THEORY/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    78. THOMPSON MD; ZHANG L; HONG L; HALLICK RB
      EXTENSIVE STRUCTURAL CONSERVATION EXISTS AMONG SEVERAL HOMOLOGS OF 2 EUGLENA CHLOROPLAST GROUP-II INTRONS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    79. WARASHINA M; TAKAGI Y; SAWATA S; ZHOU DM; KUWABARA T; TAIRA K
      ENTROPICALLY DRIVEN ENHANCEMENT OF CLEAVAGE ACTIVITY OF A DNA-ARMED HAMMERHEAD RIBOZYME - MECHANISM OF ACTION OF HAMMERHEAD RIBOZYMES

      Journal of organic chemistry
    80. COSTA M; FONTAINE JM; LOISEAUXDEGOER S; MICHEL F
      A GROUP-II SELF-SPLICING INTRON FROM THE BROWN ALGA PYLAIELLA-LITTORALIS IS ACTIVE AT UNUSUALLY LOW MAGNESIUM CONCENTRATIONS AND FORMS POPULATIONS OF MOLECULES WITH A UNIFORM CONFORMATION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    81. VOGEL J; HUBSCHMANN T; BORNER T; HESS WR
      SPLICING AND INTRON-INTERNAL RNA EDITING OF TRNK-MATK TRANSCRIPTS IN BARLEY PLASTIDS - SUPPORT FOR MATK AS AN ESSENTIAL SPLICE FACTOR

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    82. ROBINEAU S; BERGANTINO E; CARIGNANI G; MICHEL F; NETTER P
      SUPPRESSORS OF CIS-ACTING SPLICING-DEFICIENT MUTATIONS THAT AFFECT THE RIBOZYME CORE OF A GROUP-II INTRON

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    83. ABRAMOVITZ DL; PYLE AM
      REMARKABLE MORPHOLOGICAL VARIABILITY OF A COMMON RNA FOLDING MOTIF - THE GNRA TETRALOOP-RECEPTOR INTERACTION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    84. ESTEBAN JA; BANERJEE AR; BURKE JM
      KINETIC MECHANISM OF THE HAIRPIN RIBOZYME - IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 NONEXCHANGEABLE CONFORMATIONS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    85. RAJAKUMAR K; SASAKAWA C; ADLER B
      USE OF A NOVEL-APPROACH, TERMED ISLAND PROBING, IDENTIFIES THE SHIGELLA-FLEXNERI SHE PATHOGENICITY ISLAND WHICH ENCODES A HOMOLOG OF THE IMMUNOGLOBULIN-A PROTEASE-LIKE FAMILY OF PROTEINS

      Infection and immunity
    86. HUANG FQ; YARUS M
      A CALCIUM-METALLORIBOZYME WITH AUTODECAPPING AND PYROPHOSPHATASE ACTIVITIES

      Biochemistry
    87. SIGEL RKO; SONG B; SIGEL H
      STABILITIES AND STRUCTURES OF METAL-ION COMPLEXES OF ADENOSINE 5'-O-THIOMONOPHOSPHATE (AMPS(2-)) IN COMPARISON WITH THOSE OF ITS PARENT NUCLEOTIDE (AMP(2-)) IN AQUEOUS-SOLUTION

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    88. SCHMIDT U; PODAR M; STAHL U; PERLMAN PS
      MUTATIONS OF THE 2-NUCLEOTIDE BULGE OF D5 OF A GROUP-II INTRON BLOCK SPLICING IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO - PHENOTYPES AND SUPPRESSOR MUTATIONS

      RNA
    89. GRIVELL LA
      TRANSPOSITION - MOBILE INTRONS GET INTO LINE

      Current biology
    90. CHARTER NW; BUCK KW; BRASIER CM
      MULTIPLE INSERTIONS AND DELETIONS DETERMINE THE SIZE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE MITOCHONDRIAL DNAS OF THE EAN AND NAN RACES OF OPHIOSTOMA-NOVO-ULMI

      Mycological research
    91. SCHINDEWOLF C; BRAUN S; DOMDEY H
      IN-VITRO GENERATION OF A CIRCULAR EXON FROM A LINEAR PRE-MESSENGER-RNA TRANSCRIPT

      Nucleic acids research
    92. SUGITA M; SUGIURA M
      REGULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION IN CHLOROPLASTS OF HIGHER-PLANTS

      Plant molecular biology
    93. ROCHAIX JD
      POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF CHLOROPLAST GENE-EXPRESSION IN CHLAMYDOMONAS-REINHARDTII

      Plant molecular biology
    94. MAIER RM; ZELTZ P; KOSSEL H; BONNARD G; GUALBERTO JM; GRIENENBERGER JM
      RNA EDITING IN PLANT-MITOCHONDRIA AND CHLOROPLASTS

      Plant molecular biology
    95. KUBO N; OZAWA K; HINO T; KADOWAKI K
      A RIBOSOMAL-PROTEIN L2 GENE IS TRANSCRIBED, SPLICED, AND EDITED AT ONE-SITE IN RICE MITOCHONDRIA

      Plant molecular biology
    96. MOENNE A; BEGU D; JORDANA X
      A REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE ACTIVITY IN POTATO MITOCHONDRIA

      Plant molecular biology
    97. HUBSCHMANN T; HESS WR; BORNER T
      IMPAIRED SPLICING OF THE RPS12 TRANSCRIPT IN RIBOSOME-DEFICIENT PLASTIDS

      Plant molecular biology
    98. FENG QH; MORAN JV; KAZAZIAN HH; BOEKE JD
      HUMAN L1 RETROTRANSPOSON ENCODES A CONSERVED ENDONUCLEASE REQUIRED FOR RETROTRANSPOSITION

      Cell
    99. MIKHEEVA S; JARRELL KA
      USE OF ENGINEERED RIBOZYMES TO CATALYZE CHIMERIC GENE ASSEMBLY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    100. GRIVELL LA
      NUCLEO-MITOCHONDRIAL INTERACTIONS IN MITOCHONDRIAL GENE-EXPRESSION

      Critical reviews in biochemistry and molecular biology


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