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    1. Fishman, JA
      Prevention of infection caused by Pneumocystis carinii in transplant recipients

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    2. Doherty, EA; Doudna, JA
      Ribozyme structures and mechanisms

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOPHYSICS AND BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE
    3. Treiber, DK; Williamson, JR
      Beyond kinetic traps in RNA folding

      CURRENT OPINION IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    4. Munoz, E; Villadas, PJ; Toro, N
      Ectopic transposition of a group II intron in natural bacterial populations

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Zimmerly, S; Hausner, G; Wu, XC
      Phylogenetic relationships among group II intron ORFs

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    6. Swisher, J; Duarte, DM; Su, LJ; Pyle, AM
      Visualizing the solvent-inaccessible core of a group II intron ribozyme

      EMBO JOURNAL
    7. Chu, VT; Adamidi, C; Liu, QL; Perlman, PS; Pyle, AM
      Control of branch-site choice by a group II intron

      EMBO JOURNAL
    8. Bhattacharya, D; Cannone, JJ; Gutell, RR
      Group I intron lateral transfer between red and brown algal ribosomal RNA

      CURRENT GENETICS
    9. Bonen, L; Vogel, J
      The ins and outs of group II introns

      TRENDS IN GENETICS
    10. Yeo, CC; Yiin, S; Tan, BH; Poh, CL
      Isolation and characterization of group II introns from Pseudomonas alcaligenes and Pseudomonas putida

      PLASMID
    11. Oudot-Le Secq, MP; Fontaine, JM; Rousvoal, S; Kloareg, B; Loiseaux-de Goer, S
      The complete sequence of a brown algal mitochondrial genome, the ectocarpale Pylaiella littoralis (L.) Kjellm.

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    12. Webb, AE; Rose, MA; Westhof, E; Weeks, KM
      Protein-dependent transition states for ribonucleoprotein assembly

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Heilman-Miller, SL; Pan, J; Thirumalai, D; Woodson, SA
      Role of counterion condensation in folding of the Tetrahymena ribozyme II.Counterion-dependence of folding kinetics

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    14. Russell, R; Herschlag, D
      Probing the folding landscape of the Tetrahymena ribozyme: Commitment to form the native conformation is late in the folding pathway

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Heilman-Miller, SL; Thirumalai, D; Woodson, SA
      Role of counterion condensation in folding of the Tetrahymena ribozyme. I.Equilibrium stabilization by cations

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Su, LHJ; Qin, PZ; Michels, WJ; Pyle, AM
      Guiding ribozyme cleavage through motif recognition: The mechanism of cleavage site selection by a group II intron ribozyme

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    17. Treiber, DK; Williamson, JR
      Concerted kinetic folding of a multidomain ribozyme with a disrupted loop-receptor interaction

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    18. Moller-Jensen, J; Franch, T; Gerdes, K
      Temporal translational control by a metastable RNA structure

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Granlund, M; Michel, F; Norgren, M
      Mutually exclusive distribution of IS1548 and GBSi1, an active group II intron identified in human isolates of group B streptococci

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    20. Masalha, M; Borovok, I; Schreiber, R; Aharonowitz, Y; Cohen, G
      Analysis of transcription of the Staphylococcus aureus aerobic class Ib and anaerobic class III ribonucleotide reductase genes in response to oxygen

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    21. Ohki, Y; Ikawa, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      A deteriorated triple-helical scaffold accelerates formation of the Tetrahymena ribozyme active structure

      FEBS LETTERS
    22. Hertweck, M; Mueller, MW
      Mapping divalent metal ion binding sites in a group II intron by Mn2+- andZn2+-induced site-specific RNA cleavage

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    23. Disney, MD; Matray, T; Gryaznov, SM; Turner, DH
      Binding enhancement by tertiary interactions and suicide inhibition of a Candida albicans group I intron by phosphoramidate and 2 '-O-methyl hexanucleotides

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    24. Wettich, A; Biebricher, CK
      RNA species that replicate with DNA-dependent RNA polymerase from Escherichia coli

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    25. Oe, Y; Ikawa, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      Conserved base-pairings between C266-A268 and U307-G309 in the P7 of the Tetrahymena ribozyme is nonessential for the in vitro self-splicing reaction

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    26. 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
    27. Woodson, SA
      Recent insights on RNA folding mechanisms from catalytic RNA

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    28. Cao, Y; Woodson, SA
      Refolding of rRNA exons enhances dissociation of the Tetrahymena intron

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    29. Thirumalai, D; Woodson, SA
      Maximizing RNA folding rates: A balancing act

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    30. Berkhout, B; Van Wamel, JLB
      The leader of the HIV-1 RNA genome forms a compactly folded tertiary structure

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    31. Masquida, B; Westhof, E
      On the wobble GoU and related pairs

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    32. James, HA
      Therapeutic potential of ribozymes in haematological disorders

      EXPERT OPINION ON INVESTIGATIONAL DRUGS
    33. Mavridou, A; Cannone, J; Typas, MA
      Identification of group-I introns at three different positions within the 28S rDNA gene of the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae var. anisopliae

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    34. Sigel, RKO; Vaidya, A; Pyle, AM
      Metal ion binding sites in a group II intron core

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    35. Martinez-Abarca, F; Toro, N
      Group II introns in the bacterial world

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    36. Braun, V; Mehlig, M; Moos, M; Rupnik, M; Kalt, B; Mahony, DE; von Eichel-Streiber, C
      A chimeric ribozyme in Clostridium difficile combines features of group I introns and insertion elements

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    37. Martinez-Abarca, F; Garcia-Rodriguez, FM; Toro, N
      Homing of a bacterial group II intron with an intron-encoded protein lacking a recognizable endonuclease domain

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    38. Ikawa, Y; Naito, D; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      Structure-function relationships of two closely related group IC3 intron ribozymes from Azoarcus and Synechococcus pre-tRNA

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    39. Michel, F; Costa, M; Massire, C; Westhof, E
      Modeling RNA tertiary structure from patterns of sequence variation

      RNA-LIGAND INTERACTIONS PT A
    40. Doherty, EA; Doudna, JA
      Ribozyme structures and mechanisms

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    41. Han, MJ; Chang, JY
      Polynucleotide analogues

      BIOPOLYMERS/PVA HYDROGELS/ANIONIC POLYMERISATION NANOCOMPOSITES
    42. Foley, S; Bruttin, A; Brussow, H
      Widespread distribution of a group I intron and its three deletion derivatives in the lysin gene of Streptococcus thermophilus bacteriophages

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

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

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

      FEBS LETTERS
    46. Butcher, SE; Allain, FHT; Feigon, J
      Determination of metal ion binding sites within the hairpin ribozyme domains by NMR

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    47. Disney, MD; Gryaznov, SM; Turner, DH
      Contributions of individual nucleotides to tertiary binding of substrate by a Pneumocystis carinii group I intron

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    48. Silverman, SK; Deras, ML; Woodson, SA; Scaringe, SA; Cech, TR
      Multiple folding pathways for the P4-P6 RNA domain

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    49. Deras, ML; Brenowitz, M; Ralston, CY; Chance, MR; Woodson, SA
      Folding mechanism of the Tetrahymena ribozyme P4-P6 domain

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    50. Bar-Shalom, A; Moore, MJ
      Tri-partite assay for studying exon ligation by the ai5 gamma group II intron

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    51. Chen, XY; McDowell, JA; Kierzek, R; Krugh, TR; Turner, DH
      Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and molecular modeling reveal thatdifferent hydrogen bonding patterns are possible for G center dot U pairs:One hydrogen bond for each G center dot U pair in r(GGC(GU)under-bar-GCC)(2) and two for each G center dot U pair in r(GAG(UG)under-bar-CUC)(2)

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    52. Kuo, TC; Herrin, DL
      A kinetically efficient form of the Chlamydomonas self-splicing ribosomal RNA precursor

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    53. Batey, RT; Rambo, RP; Doudna, JA
      Tertiary motifs in RNA structure and folding

      ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION
    54. Scott, WG
      RNA structure, metal ions, and catalysis

      CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
    55. Russell, R; Herschlag, D
      Specificity from steric restrictions in the guanosine binding pocket of a group I ribozyme

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    56. Podar, M; Perlman, PS
      Photocrosslinking of 4-thio uracil-containing RNAs supports a side-by-sidearrangement of domains 5 and 6 of a group II intron

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    57. Nagel, JHA; Gultyaev, AP; Gerdes, K; Pleij, CWA
      Metastable structures and refolding kinetics in hok mRNA of plasmid R1

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    58. Strobel, SA; Ortoleva-Donnelly, L
      A hydrogen-bonding triad stabilizes the chemical transition state of a group I ribozyme

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    59. 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
    60. James, HA
      The potential application of ribozymes for the treatment of hematological disorders

      JOURNAL OF LEUKOCYTE BIOLOGY
    61. Laroche, J; Bousquet, J
      Evolution of the mitochondrial rps3 intron in perennial and annual angiosperms and homology to nad5 intron 1

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    62. Patthy, L
      Genome evolution and the evolution of exon-shuffling - a review

      GENE
    63. Brion, P; Michel, F; Schroeder, R; Westhof, E
      Analysis of the cooperative thermal unfolding of the td intron of bacteriophage T4

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    64. Shi, K; Wahl, M; Sundaralingam, M
      Crystal structure of an RNA duplex r(G GCGC CC)(2) with non-adjacent G center dot U base pairs

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    65. Long, MB; Sullenger, BA
      Evaluating group I intron catalytic efficiency in mammalian cells

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    66. Holloway, SP; Deshpande, NN; Herrin, DL
      The catalytic group-I introns of the psbA gene of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: core structures, ORFs and evolutionary implications

      CURRENT GENETICS
    67. 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
    68. Landweber, LF
      Experimental RNA evolution

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    69. Tanner, NK
      Ribozymes: the characteristics and properties of catalytic RNAs

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    70. Kuo, LY; Davidson, LA; Pico, S
      Characterization of the Azoarcus ribozyme: tight binding to guanosine and substrate by an unusually small group I ribozyme

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    71. Kurz, M; Breaker, RR
      In vitro selection of nucleic acid enzymes

      COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY IN BIOLOGY
    72. Besendahl, A; Bhattacharya, D
      Evolution analyses of small-subunit rDNA coding regions and the 1506 groupI introns of the zygnematales (Charophyceae, Streptophyta)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    73. Hermann, T; Patel, DJ
      Stitching together RNA tertiary architectures

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    74. Nikolcheva, T; Woodson, SA
      Facilitation of group 1 splicing in vivo: Misfolding of the Tetrahymena IVS and the role of ribosomal RNA exons

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    75. Russell, R; Herschlag, D
      New pathways in folding of the Tetrahymena group I RNA enzyme

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    76. Qin, PZ; Pyle, AM
      Antagonistic substrate binding by a group II intron ribozyme

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    77. Colmenarejo, G; Tinoco, I
      Structure and thermodynamics of metal binding in the P5 helix of a group Iintron ribozyme

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    78. Deme, E; Nolte, A; Jacquier, A
      Unexpected metal ion requirements specific for catalysis of the branching reaction in a group II intron

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    79. Dunny, GM; McKay, LL
      Group II introns and expression of conjugative transfer functions in lactic acid bacteria

      ANTONIE VAN LEEUWENHOEK INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GENERAL AND MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    80. KULAEVA OI; KOONIN EV; WOOTTON JC; LEVINE AS; WOODGATE R
      UNUSUAL INSERTION ELEMENT POLYMORPHISMS IN THE PROMOTER AND TERMINATOR REGIONS OF THE MUCAB-LIKE GENES OF R471A AND R446B

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    81. CAO Y; WOODSON SA
      DESTABILIZING EFFECT OF AN RIBOSOMAL-RNA STEM-LOOP ON AN ATTENUATOR HAIRPIN IN THE 5'-EXON OF THE TETRAHYMENA PRE-RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      RNA
    82. NOLTE A; CHANFREAU G; JACQUIER A
      INFLUENCE OF SUBSTRATE STRUCTURE ON IN-VITRO RIBOZYME ACTIVITY OF A GROUP-II INTRON

      RNA
    83. EINVIK C; NIELSEN H; WESTHOF E; MICHEL F; JOHANSEN S
      GROUP I-LIKE RIBOZYMES WITH A NOVEL CORE ORGANIZATION PERFORM OBLIGATE SEQUENTIAL HYDROLYTIC CLEAVAGES AT 2 PROCESSING SITES

      RNA
    84. CHU VT; LIU QL; PODAR M; PERLMAN PS; PYLE AM
      MORE THAN ONE-WAY TO SPLICE AN RNA - BRANCHING WITHOUT A BULGE AND SPLICING WITHOUT BRANCHING IN GROUP-II INTRONS

      RNA
    85. KONFORTI BB; ABRAMOVITZ DL; DUARTE CM; KARPEISKY A; BEIGELMAN L; PYLE AM
      RIBOZYME CATALYSIS FROM THE MAJOR GROOVE OF GROUP-II INTRON DOMAIN-5

      MOLECULAR CELL
    86. DEJAEGERE AP; CASE DA
      DENSITY-FUNCTIONAL STUDY OF RIBOSE AND DEOXYRIBOSE CHEMICAL-SHIFTS

      The journal of physical chemistry. A, Molecules, spectroscopy, kinetics, environment, & general theory
    87. QIN PZ; PYLE AM
      THE ARCHITECTURAL ORGANIZATION AND MECHANISTIC FUNCTION OF GROUP-II INTRON STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS

      Current opinion in structural biology
    88. MEISTER WV; KARGOV SI; BIRCHHIRSCHFELD E; BOHLEY C; BURCKHARDT G; BISCHOFF G; BISCHOFF R; GROMANN U; HOFFMANN S
      POSSIBILITIES OF TRIPLEX-FORMATION BY 21-MER OLIGODEOXYRIBONUCLEOTIDES AS ANALOGS OF TETRAHYMENA PRE-RIBOSOMAL-RNA FRAGMENTS

      Nucleosides & nucleotides
    89. 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
    90. Konforti, BB; Liu, QL; Pyle, AM
      A map of the binding site for catalytic domain 5 in the core of a group IIintron ribozyme

      EMBO JOURNAL
    91. GOLDEN BL; GOODING AR; PODELL ER; CECH TR
      A PREORGANIZED ACTIVE-SITE IN THE CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE TETRAHYMENA RIBOZYME

      Science
    92. BENARD L; MATHY N; GRUNBERGMANAGO M; EHRESMANN B; EHRESMANN C; PORTIER C
      IDENTIFICATION IN A PSEUDOKNOT OF A U-CENTER-DOT-G MOTIF ESSENTIAL FOR THE REGULATION OF THE EXPRESSION OF RIBOSOMAL-PROTEIN S15

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    93. CHECHETKIN VR; LOBZIN VV
      STUDY OF CORRELATIONS IN SEGMENTED DNA-SEQUENCES - APPLICATION TO STRUCTURAL COUPLING BETWEEN EXONS AND INTRONS

      Journal of theoretical biology
    94. KALURACHCHI K; NIKONOWICZ EP
      NMR STRUCTURE DETERMINATION OF THE BINDING-SITE FOR RIBOSOMAL-PROTEINS8 FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI 16 S RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    95. IKAWA Y; SHIRAISHI H; INOUE T
      TRANSACTIVATION OF THE TETRAHYMENA RIBOZYME BY ITS P2-2.1 DOMAINS

      Journal of Biochemistry
    96. NOMURA N; SAKO Y; UCHIDA A
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION AND POSTSPLICING FATE OF 3 INTRONS WITHIN THE SINGLE RIBOSOMAL-RNA OPERON OF THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ARCHAEON AEROPYRUM-PERNIX K1

      Journal of bacteriology
    97. KUIMELIS RG; MCLAUGHLIN LW
      MECHANISMS OF RIBOZYME-MEDIATED RNA CLEAVAGE

      Chemical reviews
    98. JAMES HA; GIBSON I
      THE THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF RIBOZYMES

      Blood
    99. LANDWEBER LF; SIMON PJ; WAGNER TA
      RIBOZYME ENGINEERING AND EARLY EVOLUTION

      Bioscience
    100. Gat, Y; Lynn, DG
      Reading DNA differently

      BIOPOLYMERS


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