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Academic Article Serine/arginine-rich protein-dependent suppression of exon skipping by exonic splicing enhancers.
Academic Article SR proteins function in coupling RNAP II transcription to pre-mRNA splicing.
Academic Article Weak definition of IKBKAP exon 20 leads to aberrant splicing in familial dysautonomia.
Academic Article A model in vitro system for co-transcriptional splicing.
Academic Article Small-scale nuclear extracts for functional assays of gene-expression machineries.
Academic Article An extensive network of coupling among gene expression machines.
Academic Article Functional coupling of RNAP II transcription to spliceosome assembly.
Concept RNA Polymerase II
Academic Article In vitro systems for coupling RNAP II transcription to splicing and polyadenylation.
Academic Article Primary microRNA processing is functionally coupled to RNAP II transcription in vitro.
Academic Article FUS functions in coupling transcription to splicing by mediating an interaction between RNAP II and U1 snRNP.
Grant Functional Coupling of Steps in Genes Expression
Grant Functional Coupling of Steps in Genes Expression
Grant RNA Processing Machines in Biology and Disease
Academic Article Interactome analyses revealed that the U1 snRNP machinery overlaps extensively with the RNAP II machinery and contains multiple ALS/SMA-causative proteins.
Academic Article In Vitro System for Coupling RNAP II Transcription to Primary microRNA Processing and a Three-Way System for RNAP II Transcription/Splicing/microRNA Processing.
Academic Article The neurodegenerative diseases ALS and SMA are linked at the molecular level via the ASC-1 complex.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.