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  • Tan, E.H.; Blevins, T.; Ream, T.S.; Pikaard, C.S. (Elsevier (Cell Press), 2012)
    Multisubunit RNA polymerases IV and V (Pol IV and Pol V) evolved as specialized forms of Pol II that mediate RNA-directed DNA methylation (RdDM) and transcriptional silencing of transposons, viruses, and endogenous repeats ...
  • Mukhopadhyay, Suchetana; Cheng, Fan (Elsevier, 2011-02-19)
    Alphaviruses are comprised of a nucleocapsid core surrounded by a lipid membrane containing glycoprotein spikes. Previous work demonstrated that in vitro assembled core-like particles are similar in structure to the ...
  • Smibert, P.; Miura, P.; Westholm, J.O.; Shenker, S.; May, G.; Duff, M.O.; Zhang, D.; Eads, B.D.; Carlson, J.; Brown, J.B.; ... (Cell Reports, 2012)
    We analyzed the usage and consequences of alternative cleavage and polyadenylation (APA) in $\textit{Drosophila melanogaster}$ by using >1 billion reads of stranded mRNA-seq across a variety of dissected tissues. Beyond ...
  • Therese, M.O.; Bashey, F. (American Society of Parasitologists, 2012)
    Trans-host effects can alter the ecological and evolutionary dynamics of parasite and host populations. Here, we examine whether resource limitation within a parasite's natal host affects propagule size and influences ...
  • Stewart, Craig A. (1991)
    In a trapping study of small mammals on the E.N. Huyck Preserve (Rensselaerville, New York) it was found that Chlethrionomys gapperi was captured only in the immediate vicinity of abandoned stone fences. Peromyscus leucopus ...
  • Standage, D.S.; Brendel, V.P. (BioMed Central Ltd., 2012)
    Background: Accurate gene structure annotation is a fundamental but somewhat elusive goal of genome projects, as witnessed by the fact that (model) genomes typically undergo several cycles of re-annotation. In many cases, ...
  • Aregger, M.; Borah, B.K.; Seguin, J.; Rajeswaran, R.; Gubaeva, E.G.; Zvereva, A.S.; Windels, D.; Vazquez, F.; Blevins, T.; Farinelli, L.; ... (Public Library of Science, 2012)
    In plants, RNA silencing-based antiviral defense is mediated by Dicer-like (DCL) proteins producing short interfering (si)RNAs. In $\textit{Arabidopsis}$ infected with the bipartite circular DNA geminivirus $\textit{Cabbage ...
  • Parrott, Megan M.; Sitarski, Sarah A.; Arnold, Randy J.; Picton, Lora K.; Hill, R. Blake; Mukhopadhyay, Suchetana (American Society for Microbiology, 2009)
    Alphavirus particles are covered by 80 glycoprotein spikes that are essential for viral entry. Spikes consist of the E2 receptor binding protein and the E1 fusion protein. Spike assembly occurs in the endoplasmic reticulum, ...
  • Doyle, E.L.; Booher, N.J.; Standage, D.S.; Voytas, D.F.; Brendel, V.P.; Vandyk, J.K.; Bogdanove, A.J. (Oxford University Press, 2012)
    Transcription activator-like (TAL) effectors are repeat-containing proteins used by plant pathogenic bacteria to manipulate host gene expression. Repeats are polymorphic and individually specify single nucleotides in the ...
  • Zlotnick, Adam; Katen, Sarah (Elsevier, 2009)
    Virus capsid assembly is a critical step in the viral life cycle. The underlying basis of capsid stability is key to understanding this process. Capsid subunits interact with weak individual contact energies to form a ...
  • Hackney, J.F.; Zolali-Meybodi, O.; Cherbas, P. (PLOS ONE, 2012)
    In humans, chronic inflammation, severe injury, infection and disease can result in changes in steroid hormone titers and delayed onset of puberty; however the pathway by which this occurs remains largely unknown. Similarly, ...
  • Mukhopadhyay, Suchetana; Zlotnick, Adam (Elsevier, 2010-12-28)
    Assembly of virus capsids and surface proteins must be regulated to ensure that the resulting complex is an infectious virion. In this review, we examine assembly of virus capsids, focusing on hepatitis B virus and ...

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