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    1. Steiner-Lange, S; Gremse, M; Kuckenberg, M; Nissing, E; Schachtele, D; Spenrath, N; Wolff, M; Saedler, H; Dekker, K
      Efficient identification of Arabidopsis knock-out mutants using DNA-arraysof transposon flanking sequences

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    2. Bouche, N; Bouchez, D
      Arabidopsis gene knockout: phenotypes wanted

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    3. Ramachandran, S; Sundaresan, V
      Transposons as tools for functional genomics

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Pesaresi, P; Varotto, C; Richly, E; Kurth, J; Salamini, F; Leister, D
      Functional genomics of Arabidopsis photosynthesis

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Li, X; Song, YJ; Century, K; Straight, S; Ronald, P; Dong, XN; Lassner, M; Zhang, YL
      A fast neutron deletion mutagenesis-based reverse genetics system for plants

      PLANT JOURNAL
    6. Yunus, AS; Khattar, SK; Collins, PL; Samal, SK
      Rescue of bovine respiratory syncytial virus from cloned cDNA: Entire genome sequence of BRSV strain A51908

      VIRUS GENES
    7. Sanford, C; Perry, MD
      Asymmetrically distributed oligonucleotide repeats in the Caenorhabditis elegans genome sequence that map to regions important for meiotic chromosomesegregation

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    8. Cross, KJ; Wharton, SA; Skehel, JJ; Wiley, DC; Steinhauer, DA
      Studies on influenza haemagglutinin fusion peptide mutants generated by reverse genetics

      EMBO JOURNAL
    9. Hicks, J; Barrish, J; Zhu, SH
      Neonatal syncytial giant cell hepatitis with paramyxoviral-like inclusions

      ULTRASTRUCTURAL PATHOLOGY
    10. Boot, HJ; Dokic, K; Peeters, BP
      Comparison of RNA and cDNA transfection methods for rescue of infectious bursal disease virus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGICAL METHODS
    11. Bridgen, A; Weber, F; Fazakerley, JK; Elliott, RM
      Bunyamwera bunyavirus nonstructural protein NSs is a nonessential gene product that contributes to viral pathogenesis

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    12. Mahalingam, R; Fedoroff, N
      Screening insertion libraries for mutations in many genes simultaneously using DNA microarrays

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    13. Kato, A; Ohnishi, Y; Kohase, M; Saito, S; Tashiro, M; Nagai, Y
      Y2, the smallest of the Sendai virus C proteins, is fully capable of both counteracting the antiviral action of interferons and inhibiting viral RNA synthesis

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    14. Young, DF; Chatziandreou, N; He, B; Goodbourn, S; Lamb, RA; Randall, RE
      Single amino acid substitution in the V protein of simian virus 5 differentiates its ability to block interferon signaling in human and murine cells

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    15. Nakaya, T; Cros, J; Park, MS; Nakaya, Y; Zheng, HY; Sagrera, A; Villar, E; Garcia-Sastre, A; Palese, P
      Recombinant Newcastle disease virus as a vaccine vector

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    16. Parks, CL; Lerch, RA; Walpita, P; Wang, HP; Sidhu, MS; Udem, SA
      Comparison of predicted amino acid sequences of measles virus strains in the Edmonston vaccine lineage

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    17. Bock, R
      Transgenic plastids in basic research and plant biotechnology

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    18. Thorneycroft, D; Sherson, SM; Smith, SM
      Using gene knockouts to investigate plant metabolism

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    19. Tsang, WY; Sayles, LC; Grad, LI; Pilgrim, DB; Lemire, BD
      Mitochondrial respiratory chain deficiency in Caenorhabditis elegans results in developmental arrest and increased life span

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Haddad, GG
      Enhancing our understanding of the molecular responses to hypoxia in mammals using Drosophila melanogaster

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Morimoto, K; Foley, HD; McGettigan, JP; Schnell, MJ; Dietzschold, B
      Reinvestigation of the role of the rabies virus glycoprotein in viral pathogenesis using a reverse genetics approach

      JOURNAL OF NEUROVIROLOGY
    22. Pazour, GJ; Witman, GB
      Forward and reverse genetic analysis of microtubule motors in Chlamydomonas

      METHODS-A COMPANION TO METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY
    23. Pereira, A
      A transgenic perspective on plant functional genomics

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    24. Hart, AH; Reventar, R; Bernstein, A
      Genetic analysis of ETS genes in C-elegans

      ONCOGENE
    25. Kumagai, T; Yokoyama, H; Goto, A; Hirose, J; Kadowaki, T; Narita, H; Kitagawa, Y
      Screening for Drosophila proteins with distinct expression patterns duringdevelopment by use of monoclonal antibodies

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    26. Speulman, E; van Asperen, R; van der Laak, J; Stiekema, WJ; Pereira, A
      Target selected insertional mutagenesis on chromosome IV of Arabidopsis using the En-I transposon system

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    27. Garcia-Sastre, A
      Transfectant influenza viruses as antigen delivery vectors

      ADVANCES IN VIRUS RESEARCH, VOL 55
    28. Im, KH; Chen, JG; Meeley, RB; Jones, AM
      Auxin-binding protein mutants in maize

      MAYDICA
    29. Huang, C; Kiyotani, K; Fujii, Y; Fukuhara, N; Kato, A; Nagai, Y; Yoshida, T; Sakaguchi, T
      Involvement of the zinc-binding capacity of Sendai virus V protein in viral pathogenesis

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    30. Takeda, M; Takeuchi, K; Miyajima, N; Kobune, F; Ami, Y; Nagata, N; Suzaki, Y; Nagai, Y; Tashiro, M
      Recovery of pathogenic measles virus from cloned cDNA

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    31. Hasan, MK; Kato, A; Muranaka, M; Yamaguchi, R; Sakai, Y; Hatano, I; Tashiro, M; Yoshiyuki, N
      Versatility of the accessory C proteins of Sendai virus: Contribution to virus assembly as an additional role

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    32. Gengyo-Ando, K; Mitani, S
      Characterization of mutations induced by ethyl methanesulfonate, UV, and trimethylpsoralen in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    33. Nagai, Y; Kato, A
      Paramyxovirus reverse genetics is coming of age

      MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    34. Neumann, G; Kawaoka, Y
      Genetic engineering of influenza and other negative-strand RNA viruses containing segmented genomes

      ADVANCES IN VIRUS RESEARCH, VOL 53
    35. Seki, M; Ito, T; Shibata, D; Shinozaki, K
      Regional insertional mutagenesis of specific genes on the CIC5F11/CIC2B9 locus of Arabidopsis thaliana chromosome 5 using the Ac/Ds transposon in combination with the cDNA scanning method

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    36. Soete, M; Hettman, C; Soldati, D
      The importance of reverse genetics in determining gene function in apicomplexan parasites

      PARASITOLOGY
    37. Bermingham, A; Collins, PL
      The M2-2 protein of human respiratory syncytial virus is a regulatory factor involved in the balance between RNA replication and transcription

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    38. Neumann, G; Watanabe, T; Ito, H; Watanabe, S; Goto, H; Gao, P; Hughes, M; Perez, DR; Donis, R; Hoffmann, E; Hobom, G; Kawaoka, Y
      Generation of influenza A viruses entirely from cloned cDNAs

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    39. Jean, M; Pelletier, J; Hilpert, M; Belzile, F; Kunze, R
      Isolation and characterization of AtMLH1, a MutL homologue from Arabidopsis thaliana

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    40. Geary, TG; Thompson, DP; Klein, RD
      Mechanism-based screening: discovery of the next generation of anthelmintics depends upon more basic research

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY
    41. Hirochika, H
      Retrotransposons of rice as a tool for forward and reverse genetics

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF RICE
    42. CECCALDI PE; FAYET J; CONZELMANN KK; TSIANG H
      INFECTION CHARACTERISTICS OF RABIES VIRUS VARIANTS WITH DELETION OR INSERTION IN THE PSEUDOGENE SEQUENCE

      Journal of neurovirology
    43. LEYRER S; NEUBERT WJ; SEDLMEIER R
      RAPID AND EFFICIENT RECOVERY OF SENDAI VIRUS FROM CDNA - FACTORS INFLUENCING RECOMBINANT VIRUS RESCUE

      Journal of virological methods
    44. BAUMANN E; LEWALD J; SAEDLER H; SCHULZ B; WISMAN E
      SUCCESSFUL PCR-BASED REVERSE GENETIC SCREENS USING AN EN-1-MUTAGENIZED ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA POPULATION GENERATED VIA SINGLE-SEED DESCENT

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    45. SCHUBELER D; MIELKE C; BODE J
      EXCISION OF AN INTEGRATED PROVIRUS BY THE ACTION OF FLP RECOMBINASE

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal
    46. SCHAEFER DG; ZRYD JP
      EFFICIENT GENE TARGETING IN THE MOSS PHYSCOMITRELLA PATENS

      Plant journal
    47. GOODWIN SF; DELVECCHIO M; VELINZON K; HOGEL C; RUSSELL SRH; TULLY T; KAISER K
      DEFECTIVE LEARNING IN MUTANTS OF THE DROSOPHILA GENE FOR A REGULATORYSUBUNIT OF CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    48. KATO A; KIYOTANI K; SAKAI Y; YOSHIDA T; NAGAI Y
      THE PARAMYXOVIRUS, SENDAI-VIRUS, V-PROTEIN ENCODES A LUXURY FUNCTION REQUIRED FOR VIRAL PATHOGENESIS

      EMBO journal
    49. RAMIG RF
      GENETICS OF THE ROTAVIRUSES

      Annual review of microbiology
    50. MAITI MK; GHOSH S
      ACYL CARRIER PROTEIN OF AZOSPIRILLUM-BRASILENSE - PROPERTIES OF THE PURIFIED PROTEIN AND SEQUENCING OF THE CORRESPONDING GENE, ACPP

      Microbiology
    51. FISCHER M; RULICKE T; RAEBER A; SAILER A; MOSER M; OESCH B; BRANDNER S; AGUZZI A; WEISSMANN C
      PRION PROTEIN (PRP) WITH AMINO-PROXIMAL DELETIONS RESTORING SUSCEPTIBILITY OF PRP KNOCKOUT MICE TO SCRAPIE

      EMBO journal
    52. KORSWAGEN HC; DURBIN RM; SMITS MT; PLASTERK RHA
      TRANSPOSON TC1-DERIVED, SEQUENCE-TAGGED SITES IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS AS MARKERS FOR GENE-MAPPING

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. MUNDT E; VAKHARIA VN
      SYNTHETIC TRANSCRIPTS OF DOUBLE-STRANDED BIRNAVIRUS GENOME ARE INFECTIOUS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    54. KRYSAN PJ; YOUNG JC; TAX F; SUSSMAN MR
      IDENTIFICATION OF TRANSFERRED DNA INSERTIONS WITHIN ARABIDOPSIS GENESINVOLVED IN SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION AND ION-TRANSPORT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    55. COLLINS PL; HILL MG; CRISTINA J; GROSFELD H
      TRANSCRIPTION ELONGATION-FACTOR OF RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS, A NONSEGMENTED NEGATIVE-STRAND RNA VIRUS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    56. OWERBACH D; GABBAY KH
      THE SEARCH FOR IDDM SUSCEPTIBILITY GENES - THE NEXT-GENERATION

      Diabetes
    57. HORIUCHI H; OHKUMA M; TAKAGI M
      GENE TARGETING IN YEASTS AND FILAMENTOUS FUNGI

      Nippon Nogei Kagakukaishi
    58. SENTRY JW; KAISER K
      PROGRESS IN DROSOPHILA GENOME MANIPULATION

      Transgenic research
    59. RADECKE F; SPIELHOFER P; SCHNEIDER H; KAELIN K; HUBER M; DOTSCH C; CHRISTIANSEN G; BILLETER MA
      RESCUE OF MEASLES VIRUSES FROM CLONED DNA

      EMBO journal
    60. GONDO Y; BRILLIANT MH
      THEORETICAL BASIS OF ONE-DIMENSIONAL GENOME SCANNING - A DIRECT METHOD TO IDENTIFY THE SITE OF A MUTATION

      Electrophoresis
    61. LI SQ; XU ML; COELINGH K
      ELECTROPORATION OF INFLUENZA-VIRUS RIBONUCLEOPROTEIN COMPLEXES FOR RESCUE OF THE NUCLEOPROTEIN AND MATRIX GENES

      Virus research
    62. GARCIASASTRE A; PALESE P
      THE CYTOPLASMIC TAIL OF THE NEURAMINIDASE PROTEIN OF INFLUENZA-A VIRUS DOES NOT PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE PACKAGING OF THIS PROTEIN INTO VIRAL ENVELOPES

      Virus research
    63. COLLINS PL; HILL MG; CAMARGO E; GROSFELD H; CHANOCK RM; MURPHY BR
      PRODUCTION OF INFECTIOUS HUMAN RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS FROM CLONED CDNA CONFIRMS AN ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR THE TRANSCRIPTION ELONGATION-FACTOR FROM THE 5'-PROXIMAL OPEN READING FRAME OF THE M2 MESSENGER-RNA INGENE-EXPRESSION AND PROVIDES A CAPABILITY FOR VACCINE DEVELOPMENT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    64. KOES R; SOUER E; VANHOUWELINGEN A; MUR L; SPELT C; QUATTROCCHIO F; WING J; OPPEDIJK B; AHMED S; MAES T; GERATS T; HOOGEVEEN P; MEESTERS M; KLOOS D; MOL JNM
      TARGETED GENE INACTIVATION IN PETUNIA BY PCR-BASED SELECTION OF TRANSPOSON INSERTION MUTANTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    65. STEINMETZ M; RICHTER R
      PLASMIDS DESIGNED TO ALTER THE ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANCE EXPRESSED BY INSERTION MUTATIONS IN BACILLUS-SUBTILIS, THROUGH IN-VIVO RECOMBINATION

      Gene
    66. OTT M
      GENETIC APPROACHES TO STUDY LEGIONELLA-PNEUMOPHILA PATHOGENICITY

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    67. CLARK AG; SILVERIA S; MEYERS W; LANGLEY CH
      NATURE SCREEN - AN EFFICIENT METHOD FOR SCREENING NATURAL-POPULATIONSOF DROSOPHILA FOR TARGETED P-ELEMENT INSERTIONS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    68. LICHTER PR
      GENETIC CLUES TO GLAUCOMAS SECRETS - THE L-EDWARD-JACKSON-MEMORIAL-LECTURE .2.

      American journal of ophthalmology
    69. GEISSLER S; DRUMMOND M
      A COUNTERSELECTABLE PACYC184-BASED LACZ-ALPHA-COMPLEMENTING PLASMID VECTOR WITH NOVEL MULTIPLE CLONING SITES - CONSTRUCTION OF CHROMOSOMAL DELETIONS IN KLEBSIELLA-PNEUMONIAE

      Gene
    70. PICCONE ME; FERNANDEZSESMA A; PALESE P
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENZA-VIRUS VRNA PROMOTER

      Virus research
    71. GARCIASASTRE A; PALESE P
      GENETIC MANIPULATION OF NEGATIVE-STRAND RNA VIRUS GENOMES

      Annual review of microbiology
    72. ZWAAL RR; BROEKS A; VANMEURS J; GROENEN JTM; PLASTERK RHA
      TARGET-SELECTED GENE INACTIVATION IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS BY USING A FROZEN TRANSPOSON INSERTION MUTANT BANK

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America


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