Paul G. Siliciano

Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biophysics University of Minnesota - Minneapolis 
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SternJohn J, Hati S, Siliciano PG, et al. (2007) Restoring species-specific posttransfer editing activity to a synthetase with a defunct editing domain Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 2127-2132
Hati S, Ziervogel B, Sternjohn J, et al. (2006) Pre-transfer editing by class II prolyl-tRNA synthetase: role of aminoacylation active site in "selective release" of noncognate amino acids. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 281: 27862-72
Murphy MW, Olson BL, Siliciano PG. (2004) The yeast splicing factor Prp40p contains functional leucine-rich nuclear export signals that are essential for splicing. Genetics. 166: 53-65
Olson BL, Siliciano PG. (2003) A diverse set of nuclear RNAs transfer between nuclei of yeast heterokaryons. Yeast (Chichester, England). 20: 893-903
Kao HY, Siliciano PG. (1996) Identification of Prp40, a novel essential yeast splicing factor associated with the U1 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein particle. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 16: 960-967
Hilleren PJ, Kao HY, Siliciano PG. (1995) The amino-terminal domain of yeast U1-70K is necessary and sufficient for function. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 15: 6341-6350
Ruis BL, Kivens WJ, Siliciano PG. (1994) The interaction between the first and last intron nucleotides in the second step of pre-mRNA splicing is independent of other conserved intron nucleotides. Nucleic Acids Research. 22: 5190-5195
Parker R, Siliciano PG. (1993) Evidence for an essential non-Watson-Crick interaction between the first and last nucleotides of a nuclear pre-mRNA intron. Nature. 361: 660-662
Kao HY, Siliciano PG. (1992) The yeast homolog of the U1 snRNP protein 70K is encoded by the SNP1 gene Nucleic Acids Research. 20: 4009-4013
Siliciano PG, Kivens WJ, Guthrie C. (1991) More than half of yeast U1 snRNA is dispensable for growth. Nucleic Acids Research. 19: 6367-6372
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