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CLUSTERED AND INTERSPERSED REPETITIVE DNA SEQUENCES IN FOUR AMPHIBIAN SPECIES WITH DIFFERENT GENOME SIZE.BOZZONI I; BECCARI E.1978; BIOCHIM. BIOPHYS. ACTA; NLD; DA. 1978; VOL. 520; NO 2; PP. 245-252; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

REPLICATION OF RIBOSOMAL DNA IN XENOPUS LAEVISBOZZONI I; BALDARI CT; AMALDI F et al.1981; EUR. J. BIOCHEM.; ISSN 0014-2956; DEU; DA. 1981; VOL. 118; NO 3; PP. 585-590; BIBL. 26 REF.Article

CONSTRUCTION OF A RECOMBINANT BACTERIAL PLASMID CONTAINING DNA SEQUENCES FOR A MOUSE EMBRYONIC GLOBIN CHAINFANTONI A; BOZZONI I; ULLU E et al.1979; NUCLEIC ACIDS RES.; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 6; NO 11; PP. 3505-3517; BIBL. 27 REF.Article

The ribosomal protein L2 in S. cerevisiae controls the level of accumulation of its own mRNAPRESUTTI, C; CIAFRE, S.-A; BOZZONI, I et al.EMBO journal (Print). 1991, Vol 10, Num 8, pp 2215-2221, issn 0261-4189Article

Expression of the gene for ribosomal protein L1 in Xenopus embryos: alteration of gene dosage by microinjectionPIERANDREI-AMALDI, P; BOZZONI, I; CARDINALI, B et al.Genes & development. 1988, Vol 2, Num 1, pp 23-31, issn 0890-9369Article

The accumulation of mature RNA for the Xenopus laevis ribosomal protein L1 is controlled at the level of splicing and turnover of the precursor RNACAFFARELLI, E; FRAGAPANE, P; GEHRING, C et al.EMBO journal (Print). 1987, Vol 6, Num 11, pp 3493-3498, issn 0261-4189Article

Inefficient in vitro splicing of the regulatory intron of the L1 ribosomal protein gene of X.laevis depends on suboptimal splice site sequencesCAFFARELLI, E; FRAGAPANE, P; BOZZONI, I et al.Biochemical and biophysical research communications (Print). 1992, Vol 183, Num 2, pp 680-687, issn 0006-291XArticle

Ribosomal protein L2 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae is homologous to ribosomal protein L1 in Xenopus laevis: isolation and charaterization of the genesPRESUTTI, C; LUCIOLI, A; BOZZONI, I et al.The Journal of biological chemistry (Print). 1988, Vol 263, Num 13, pp 6188-6192, issn 0021-9258Article

Complementarity of conserved sequence elements present in 28S ribosomal RNA and in ribosomol protein genes of Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalisCUTRUZZOLA, F; LORENI, F; BOZZONI, I et al.Gene (Amsterdam). 1986, Vol 49, Num 3, pp 371-376, issn 0378-1119Article

NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCES OF CLONED CDNA FRAGMENTS SPECIFIC FOR SIX XENOPUS LAEVIS RIBOSOMAL PROTEINS = SEQUENCES NUCLEOTIDIQUES DE FRAGMENTS CLONES D'ADNC SPECIFIQUES DE SIX PROTEINES RIBOSOMIQUES DE X.L.AMALDI F; BECCARI E; BOZZONI I et al.1982; GENE; ISSN 0378-1119; NLD; DA. 1982; VOL. 17; NO 3; PP. 311-316; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

The primary sequence of the Schizosaccharomyces pombe protein homologous to S. cerevisiae ribosomal protein L2PRESUTTI, C; VILLA, T; BOZZONI, I et al.Nucleic acids research. 1993, Vol 21, Num 16, issn 0305-1048, p. 3900Article

CHARACTERIZATION OF HISTONE GENES ISOLATED FROM XENOPUS LAEVIS AND XENOPUS TROPICALIS GENOMIC LIBRARIES = CARACTERISATION DES GENES D'HISTONE ISOLES DE BANQUES GENOMIQUES DE XENOPUS LAEVIS ET XENOPUS TROPICALISRUBERTI I; FRAGAPANE P; PIERANDREI AMALDI P et al.1982; NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH; ISSN 0305-1048; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 10; NO 23; PP. 7543-7559; BIBL. 41 REF.Article

ISOLATION AND STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF RIBOSOMAL PROTEIN GENES IN XENOPUS LAEVIS: HOMOLOGY BETWEEN SEQUENCES PRESENT IN THE GENES AND IN SEVERAL DIFFERENT MESSENGER RNASBOZZONI I; TOGNONI A; PIERANDREI AMALDI P et al.1982; J. MOL. BIOL.; ISSN 0022-2836; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 161; NO 3; PP. 353-371; BIBL. 2 P.Article

XENOPUS LAEVIS RIBOSOMAL PROTEIN GENES: ISOLATION OF RECOMBINANT CDNA CLONES AND STUDY OF THE GENOMIC ORGANIZATIONBOZZONI I; BECCARI E; ZHONG XUN LUO et al.1981; NUCLEIC ACIDS RES.; ISSN 0305-1048; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 9; NO 5; PP. 1069-1086; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

In vitro study of processing of the intron-encoded U16 small nucleolar RNA in Xenopus laevisCAFFARELLI, E; ARESE, M; SANTORO, B et al.Molecular and cellular biology (Print). 1994, Vol 14, Num 5, pp 2966-2974, issn 0270-7306Article

A novel small nuclear RNA (U16) is encoded inside a ribosomal protein intron and originates by processing of the pre-mRNAFRAGAPANE, P; PRISLEI, S; MICHIENZI, A et al.EMBO journal (Print). 1993, Vol 12, Num 7, pp 2921-2928, issn 0261-4189Article

Two different snoRNAs are encoded in introns of amphibian and human L1 ribosomal protein genesPRISLEI, S; MICHIENZI, A; PRESUTTI, C et al.Nucleic acids research. 1993, Vol 21, Num 25, pp 5824-5830, issn 0305-1048Article

Ribosomal protein production in normal and anucleolate Xenopus embryos: regulation at the posttranscriptional and translational levelsPIERANDREI-AMALDI, P; BECCARI, E; BOZZONI, I et al.Cell (Cambridge). 1985, Vol 42, Num 1, pp 317-323, issn 0092-8674Article

Sequences coding for the ribosomal protein L14 in Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalis; homologies in the 5' untranslated region are shared with other r-protein mRNAsBECCARI, E; MAZZETTI, P; MILEO, A. M et al.Nucleic acids research. 1986, Vol 14, Num 19, pp 7633-7646, issn 0305-1048Article

Ribosomal-protein synthesis is not autogenously regulated at the translational level in Xenopus laevisPIERANDREI-AMALDI, P; CAMPIONI, N; GALLINARI, P et al.Developmental biology (Print). 1985, Vol 107, Num 2, pp 281-289, issn 0012-1606Article

Nucleotide sequence of the L1 ribosomal protein gene of Xenopus laevis: remarkable sequence homology among intronsLORENI, F; RUBERTI, I; BOZZONI, I et al.EMBO journal (Print). 1985, Vol 4, pp 3483-3488, issn 0261-4189, 13AArticle

Identification of the sequences responsible for the splicing phenotype of the regulatory intron of the L1 ribosomal protein gene of Xenopus laevisFRAGAPANE, P; CAFFARELLI, E; LENER, M et al.Molecular and cellular biology (Print). 1992, Vol 12, Num 3, pp 1117-1125, issn 0270-7306Article

Expression of two Xenopus laevis ribosomal protein genes in injected frog oocytes: a specific splicing block interferes with the L1 RNA maturationBOZZONI, I; FRAGAPANE, P; ANNESI, F et al.Journal of molecular biology. 1984, Vol 180, Num 4, pp 987-1005, issn 0022-2836Article

Sequences coding for the ribosomal protein L14 in Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalis; homologies in the 5' untranslated region are shared with other r-protein mRNAsBECCARI, E; MAZZETTI, P; MILEO, A. M et al.Nucleic acids research. 1986, Vol 14, Num 19, pp 7633-7646, issn 0305-1048Article

The mechanisms controlling ribosomal protein L1 pre-mRNA splicing are maintained in evolution and rely on conserved intron sequencesPRISLEI, S; SPERANDIO, S; FRAGAPANE, P et al.Nucleic acids research. 1992, Vol 20, Num 17, pp 4473-4479, issn 0305-1048Article

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