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2'-amino-2'-deoxyguanosine is a cofactor for self-splicing in group I catalytic RNASTRÖMBERG, R; SOLVEIG HAHNE; SJÖGREN, A.-S et al.Biochemical and biophysical research communications (Print). 1992, Vol 183, Num 2, pp 842-848, issn 0006-291XArticle

Capping by branching : A new ribozyme makes tiny lariats : Mapping RNA form and functionPYLE, Anna Marie.Science (Washington, D.C.). 2005, Vol 309, Num 5740, pp 1530-1531, issn 0036-8075, 2 p.Article

Crystal structure of a self-splicing group I intron with both exonsADAMS, Peter L; STAHLEY, Mary R; KOSEK, Anne B et al.Nature (London). 2004, Vol 430, Num 6995, pp 45-50, issn 0028-0836, 6 p.Article

Exon sequences distant from the splice junction are required for efficient self-splicing of the Tetrahymena IVSWOODSON, S. A.Nucleic acids research. 1992, Vol 20, Num 15, pp 4027-4032, issn 0305-1048Article

Ribozymes : the characteristics and properties of catalytic RNAsTANNER, N. K.FEMS microbiology reviews. 1999, Vol 23, Num 3, pp 257-275, issn 0168-6445Article

Protein introns : a new home for endonucleasesSHUB, D. A; GOODRICH-BLAIR, H.Cell (Cambridge). 1992, Vol 71, Num 2, pp 183-186, issn 0092-8674Article

New reactions of the ribosomal RNA precursor of Tetrahymena and the mechanism of self-splicingINOUE, T; SULLIVAN, F. X; CECH, T. R et al.Journal of molecular biology. 1986, Vol 189, Num 1, pp 143-165, issn 0022-2836Article

A tertiary interaction that links active-site domains to the 5' splice site of a group II intronBOUDVILLALN, M; DE LENCASTRE, A; PYLE, A. M et al.Nature (London). 2000, Vol 406, Num 6793, pp 315-318, issn 0028-0836Article

Experimental approaches for detecing self-splicing group I intronsREINHOLD-HUREK, B; SHUB, D. A.Methods in enzymology. 1993, Vol 224, pp 491-502, issn 0076-6879Article

Mutations in a semiconserved region of the Tetrahymena intronPACE, U; SZOSTAK, J. W.FEBS letters. 1991, Vol 280, Num 1, pp 171-174, issn 0014-5793, 4 p.Article

A self-splicing group I intron in the nuclear pre-rRNA of the greeen alga, Ankistrodesmus stipitatusDAVILA-APONTE, J. A; HUSS, V. A. R; SOGIN, M. L et al.Nucleic acids research. 1991, Vol 19, Num 16, pp 4429-4436, issn 0305-1048Article

New reactions catalyzed by a group II intron ribozyme with RNA and DNA substratesMÖRL, M; NIEMER, I; SCHMELZER, C et al.Cell (Cambridge). 1992, Vol 70, Num 5, pp 803-810, issn 0092-8674Article

Selection of novel forms of a functional domain within the Tetahymena ribozymeWILLIAMS, K. P; IMAHORI, H; FUJIMOTO, D. N et al.Nucleic acids research. 1994, Vol 22, Num 11, pp 2003-2009, issn 0305-1048Article

Metal coordination sites that contribute to structure and catalysis in the group I intron from TetrahymenaCHRISTIAN, E. L; YARUS, M.Biochemistry (Easton). 1993, Vol 32, Num 17, pp 4475-4480, issn 0006-2960Article

Inverse splicing of a group II intronJARRELL, K. A.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1993, Vol 90, Num 18, pp 8624-8627, issn 0027-8424Article

Circle reopening in the Tetrahymena ribozyme resembles site-specific hydrolysis at the 3' splice siteSANDERS, J; TOWNER, P.Journal of molecular biology. 1992, Vol 223, Num 1, pp 351-360, issn 0022-2836Article

Non-competitive inhibition of group I intron RNA self-splicing by aminoglycoside antibioticsVON AHSEN, U; DAVIES, J; SCHROEDER, R et al.Journal of molecular biology. 1992, Vol 226, Num 4, pp 935-941, issn 0022-2836Article

A region of group I introns that contains universally conserved residues but is not essential for self-splicingWILLIAMS, K. P; FUJIMOTO, D. N; INOUE, T et al.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1992, Vol 89, Num 21, pp 10400-10404, issn 0027-8424Article

Group I introns: new molecular mechanisms for mRNA repair. Using ribozymes to repair transcripts may yield new therapeutic approaches to genetic diseaseCECH, T.Bio/technology (New York, N.Y. 1983). 1995, Vol 13, Num 4, pp 323-326, issn 0733-222XArticle

Self-splicing of a mitochondrial group I intron from the cytochrome b gene of the ascomycete Podospora anserinaSCHMIDT, U; BUDDE, E; STAHL, U et al.MGG. Molecular & general genetics. 1992, Vol 233, Num 1-2, pp 71-80, issn 0026-8925Article

Characterization of the self-splicing products of a mobile intron from the nuclear rDNA of Physarum polycephalumRUOFF, B; JOHANSEN, S; VOGT, V. M et al.Nucleic acids research. 1992, Vol 20, Num 22, pp 5899-5906, issn 0305-1048Article

Self-splicing introns in prokaryotes : migrant fossils ?BELFORT, M.Cell (Cambridge). 1991, Vol 64, Num 1, pp 9-11, issn 0092-8674, 3 p.Article

A genetic system yields self-cleaving inteins for bioseparationsWOOD, D. W; WEI WU; BELFORT, G et al.Nature biotechnology. 1999, Vol 17, Num 9, pp 889-892, issn 1087-0156Article

A second catalytic metal ion in a group I ribozymeWEINSTEIN, L. B; JONES, B. C. N. M; COSSTICK, R et al.Nature (London). 1997, Vol 388, Num 6644, pp 805-808, issn 0028-0836Article

Nucleotide sequence and secondary structure of the chloroplast group I intron Cr.psbA-2 : novel features of this self-splicing ribozymeBAO, Y; HERRIN, D. L.Nucleic acids research. 1993, Vol 21, Num 7, issn 0305-1048, p. 1667Article

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