Max L. Birnstiel - Publications

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Molecular Biology Universität Zürich, Zürich, ZH, Switzerland 
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2004 Fritz JH, Brunner S, Birnstiel ML, Buschle M, Gabain AV, Mattner F, Zauner W. The artificial antimicrobial peptide KLKLLLLLKLK induces predominantly a TH2-type immune response to co-injected antigens Vaccine. 22: 3274-3284. PMID 15308350 DOI: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2004.03.007  1
2002 Birnstiel ML. The dawn of gene isolation Gene. 300: 3-11. PMID 12468080 DOI: 10.1016/S0378-1119(02)00853-3  1
2002 Spinelli G, Birnstiel ML. The modulator is a constitutive enhancer of a developmentally regulated sea urchin histone H2A gene Bioessays. 24: 850-857. PMID 12210522 DOI: 10.1002/bies.10143  1
2002 Mattner F, Fleitmann JK, Lingnau K, Schmidt W, Egyed A, Fritz J, Zauner W, Wittmann B, Gorny I, Berger M, Kirlappos H, Otava A, Birnstiel ML, Buschle M. Vaccination with poly-L-arginine as immunostimulant for peptide vaccines: Induction of potent and long-lasting T-cell responses against cancer antigens Cancer Research. 62: 1477-1480. PMID 11888923  1
2001 Cotten M, Baker A, Birnstiel ML, Zatloukal K, Wagner E. Preparation of adenovirus-polylysine-DNA complexes. Current Protocols in Human Genetics / Editorial Board, Jonathan L. Haines ... [Et Al.]. Unit 12.3. PMID 18428249  1
1999 Birnstiel ML. Moving from Zurich to Vienna: Up or down? Biological Chemistry. 380: 111-112. PMID 10195415 DOI: 10.1515/BC.1999.016  1
1997 Schmidt W, Maass G, Buschle M, Schweighoffer T, Berger M, Herbst E, Schilcher F, Birnstiel ML. Generation of effective cancer vaccines genetically engineered to secrete cytokines using adenovirus-enhanced transferrinfection (AVET). Gene. 190: 211-6. PMID 9185869 DOI: 10.1016/S0378-1119(96)00537-9  1
1997 Stingl G, Bröcker EB, Mertelsmann R, Wolff K, Schreiber S, Kämpgen E, Schneeberger A, Trcka J, Brennscheidt U, Veelken H, Birnstiel ML, Zatloukal K, Maass G, Wagner E, Buschle M, et al. Phase I study to the immunotherapy of metastatic malignant melanoma by a cancer vaccine consisting of autologous cancer cells transfected with the human IL-2 gene. Journal of Molecular Medicine (Berlin, Germany). 75: 297-9. PMID 9151216 DOI: 10.1007/s001090050115  1
1997 Schmidt W, Buschle M, Zauner W, Kirlappos H, Mechtler K, Trska B, Birnstiel ML. Cell-free tumor antigen peptide-based cancer vaccines Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 94: 3262-3267. PMID 9096381 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.94.7.3262  1
1997 Buschle M, Schmidt W, Zauner W, Mechtler K, Trska B, Kirlappos H, Birnstiel ML. Transloading of tumor antigen-derived peptides into antigen-presenting cells Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 94: 3256-3261. PMID 9096380 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.94.7.3256  1
1997 Mandl B, Brandt WF, Superti-Furga G, Graninger PG, Birnstiel ML, Busslinger M. The five cleavage-stage (CS) histones of the sea urchin are encoded by a maternally expressed family of replacement histone genes: Functional equivalence of the CS H1 and frog H1M (B4) proteins Molecular and Cellular Biology. 17: 1189-1200. PMID 9032246 DOI: 10.1128/MCB.17.3.1189  1
1996 Schweighoffer T, Berger M, Buschle M, Schmidt W, Birnstiel ML. Adenovirus-enhanced receptor-mediated transferrinfection for the generation of tumor vaccines Cytokines and Molecular Therapy. 2: 185-192. PMID 9384703  1
1996 Schweighoffer T, Schmidt W, Buschle M, Birnstiel ML. Depletion of naive T cells of the peripheral lymph nodes abrogates systemic antitumor protection conferred by IL-2 secreting cancer vaccines Gene Therapy. 3: 819-824. PMID 8875231  1
1996 Schmidt W, Steinlein P, Buschle M, Schweighoffer T, Herbst E, Mechtler K, Kirlappos H, Birnstiel ML. Transloading of tumor cells with foreign major histocompatibility complex class I peptide ligand: A novel general strategy for the generation of potent cancer vaccines Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 93: 9759-9763. PMID 8790404 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.93.18.9759  1
1995 Zatloukal K, Schneeberger A, Berger M, Schmidt W, Koszik F, Kutil R, Cotten M, Wagner E, Buschle M, Maass G. Elicitation of a systemic and protective anti-melanoma immune response by an IL-2-based vaccine. Assessment of critical cellular and molecular parameters. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 154: 3406-19. PMID 7897222  1
1995 Maass G, Schmidt W, Berger M, Schilcher F, Koszik F, Schneeberger A, Stingl G, Birnstiel ML, Schweighoffer T. Priming of tumor-specific T cells in the draining lymph nodes after immunization with interleukin 2-secreting tumor cells: three consecutive stages may be required for successful tumor vaccination. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 92: 5540-4. PMID 7777545 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.92.12.5540  1
1995 Schmidt W, Schweighoffer T, Herbst E, Maass G, Berger M, Schilcher F, Schaffner G, Birnstiel ML. Cancer vaccines: the interleukin 2 dosage effect. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 92: 4711-4. PMID 7753870 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.92.10.4711  1
1995 Maass G, Schweighoffer T, Berger M, Schmidt W, Herbst E, Zatloukal K, Buschle M, Birnstiel ML. Tumor vaccines: effects and fate of IL-2 transfected murine melanoma cells in vivo. International Journal of Immunopharmacology. 17: 65-73. PMID 7657408 DOI: 10.1016/0192-0561(94)00085-3  1
1995 Buschle M, Cotten M, Kirlappos H, Mechtler K, Schaffner G, Zauner W, Birnstiel ML, Wagner E. Receptor-mediated gene transfer into human T lymphocytes via binding of DNA/CD3 antibody particles to the CD3 T cell receptor complex Human Gene Therapy. 6: 753-761. PMID 7548275  1
1994 Zatloukal K, Cotten M, Berger M, Schmidt W, Wagner E, Birnstiel ML. In vivo production of human factor VIII in mice after intrasplenic implantation of primary fibroblasts transfected by receptor-mediated, adenovirus-augmented gene delivery Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 91: 5148-5152. PMID 8197198 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.91.11.5148  1
1994 Cheng Q, Cant CA, Moll T, Hofer-Warbinek R, Wagner E, Birnstiel ML, Bach FH, De Martin R. NF-κΒ subunit-specific regulation of the ΙκΒαpromoter Journal of Biological Chemistry. 269: 13551-13557. PMID 8175790  1
1994 Cotten M, Saltik M, Kursa M, Wagner E, Maass G, Birnstiel ML. Psoralen treatment of adenovirus particles eliminates virus replication and transcription while maintaining the endosomolytic activity of the virus capsid. Virology. 205: 254-61. PMID 7975222 DOI: 10.1006/viro.1994.1641  1
1994 Thurnher M, Wagner E, Clausen H, Mechtler K, Rusconi S, Dinter A, Birnstiel ML, Berger EG, Cotten M. Carbohydrate receptor-mediated gene transfer to human T leukaemic cells Glycobiology. 4: 429-435. PMID 7827404  1
1994 Wagner E, Buschle M, Cotten M, Plank C, Zauner W, Birnstiel ML. Synthetic virus-like gene delivery systems Proceedings of the Controlled Release Society. 3-4.  1
1993 Cotten M, Wagner E, Birnstiel ML. Receptor-mediated transport of DNA into eukaryotic cells Methods in Enzymology. 217: 618-644. PMID 8386298  1
1993 Zatloukal K, Schmidt W, Cotten M, Wagner E, Stingl G, Birnstiel ML. Somatic gene therapy for cancer: the utility of transferrinfection in generating 'tumor vaccines' Gene. 135: 199-207. PMID 8276260 DOI: 10.1016/0378-1119(93)90066-C  1
1993 Cotten M, Wagner E, Zatloukal K, Birnstiel ML. Chicken adenovirus (CELO virus) particles augment receptor-mediated DNA delivery to mammalian cells and yield exceptional levels of stable transformants Journal of Virology. 67: 3777-3785. PMID 8099627  1
1992 Wagner E, Zatloukal K, Cotten M, Kirlappos H, Mechtler K, Curiel DT, Birnstiel ML. Coupling of adenovirus to transferrin-polylysine/DNA complexes greatly enhances receptor-mediated gene delivery and expression of transfected genes Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 89: 6099-6103. PMID 1631096 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.89.13.6099  1
1992 Larson DE, Hoffmann I, Zahradka P, Birnstiel ML, Sells BH. Histone H4 mRNA levels are down-regulated by 3′ RNA processing during terminal differentiation of myoblasts Bba - Gene Structure and Expression. 1131: 139-144. PMID 1610893 DOI: 10.1016/0167-4781(92)90068-B  1
1992 Eckner R, Birnstiel ML. Evolutionary conserved multiprotein complexes interact with the 3' untranslated region of histone transcripts Nucleic Acids Research. 20: 1023-1030. PMID 1549463  1
1992 Curiel DT, Agarwal S, Rømer MU, Wagner E, Cotten M, Birnstiel ML, Boucher RC. Gene transfer to respiratory epithelial cells via the receptor-mediated endocytosis pathway. American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology. 6: 247-252. PMID 1540389 DOI: 10.1165/ajrcmb/6.3.247  1
1992 Phillips S, Cotten M, Laengle-Rouault F, Schaffner G, Birnstiel ML. Amphibian oocytes and sphere organelles: are the U snRNA genes amplified? Chromosoma. 101: 549-556. PMID 1521499 DOI: 10.1007/BF00660314  1
1992 Wagner E, Plank C, Zatloukal K, Cotten M, Birnstiel ML. Influenza virus hemagglutinin HA-2 N-terminal fusogenic peptides augment gene transfer by transferrin-polylysine-DNA complexes: Toward a synthetic virus-like gene-transfer vehicle Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 89: 7934-7938. PMID 1518816  1
1992 Curiel DT, Wagner E, Gotten M, Birnstiel ML, Agarwal S, Cheng-Ming LI, Loechel S, Hu PC. High-efficiency gene transfer mediated by adenovirus coupled to DNA-polylysine complexes Human Gene Therapy. 3: 147-154. PMID 1391034 DOI: 10.1089/hum.1992.3.2-147  1
1992 Phillips SC, Birnstiel ML. Analysis of a gene cluster coding for the Xenopus laevis U7 snRNA Bba - Gene Structure and Expression. 1131: 95-98. PMID 1374647 DOI: 10.1016/0167-4781(92)90104-8  1
1992 Cotten M, Wagner E, Zatloukal K, Phillips S, Curiel DT, Birnstiel ML. High-efficiency receptor-mediated delivery of small and large (48 kilobase gene constructs using the endosome-disruption activity of defective or chemically inactivated adenovirus particles Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 89: 6094-6098. PMID 1352882 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.89.13.6094  1
1992 Zatloukal K, Wagner E, Cotten M, Phillips S, Plank C, Steinlein P, Curiel DT, Birnstiel ML. Transferrinfection: A highly efficient way to express gene constructs in eukaryotic cells Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 660: 136-153. PMID 1340117 DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1992.tb21066.x  1
1991 Wagner E, Cotten M, Foisner R, Birnstiel ML. Transferrin-polycation-DNA complexes: The effect of polycations on the structure of the complex and DNA delivery to cells Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 88: 4255-4259. PMID 2034670  1
1991 Smith HO, Tabiti K, Schaffner G, Soldati D, Albrecht U, Birnstiel ML. Two-step affinity purification of U7 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein particles using complementary biotinylated 2′-O-methyl oligoribonucleotides Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 88: 9784-9788. PMID 1835087  1
1991 Eckner R, Ellmeier W, Birnstiel ML. Mature mRNA 3' end formation stimulates RNA export from the nucleus Embo Journal. 10: 3513-3522. PMID 1833188  1
1991 Wagner E, Cotten M, Mechtler K, Kirlappos H, Birnstiel ML. DNA-binding transferrin conjugates as functional gene-delivery agents: Synthesis by linkage of polylysine or ethidium homodimer to the transferrin carbohydrate moiety Bioconjugate Chemistry. 2: 226-231. PMID 1772904  1
1991 Cotten M, Oberhauser B, Brunar H, Holzner A, Issakides G, Noe CR, Schaffner G, Wagner E, Birnstiel ML. 2′-O-methyl, 2′-O-ethyl oligoribonucleotides and phosphorothioate oligodeoxyribonucleotides as inhibitors of the in vitro U7 snRNP-dependent mRNA processing event Nucleic Acids Research. 19: 2629-2635. PMID 1710340 DOI: 10.1093/nar/19.10.2629  1
1990 Cotten M, Langle-Rouault F, Kirlappos H, Wagner E, Mechtler K, Zenke M, Beug H, Birnstiel ML. Transferrin-polycation-mediated introduction of DNA into human leukemic cells: Stimulation by agents that affect the survival of transfected DNA or modulate transferrin receptor levels Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 87: 4033-4037. PMID 2349215 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.87.11.4033  1
1990 Zenke M, Steinlein P, Wagner E, Cotten M, Beug H, Birnstiel ML. Receptor-mediated endocytosis of transferrin-polycation conjugates: An efficient way to introduce DNA into hematopoietic cells Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 87: 3655-3659. PMID 2339110 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.87.10.3655  1
1990 Wagner E, Zenke M, Cotten M, Beug H, Birnstiel ML. Transferrin-polycation conjugates as carriers for DNA uptake into cells Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 87: 3410-3414. PMID 2333290 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.87.9.3410  1
1990 Vasserot AP, Hoffmann I, Tabiti K, Birnstiel ML. 3′ Processing of histone RNA precursors Molecular Biology Reports. 14: 211-212. PMID 2141913 DOI: 10.1007/BF00360478  1
1990 Birnstiel ML. Gene isolation is 25 years old this month Trends in Genetics. 6: 380-381. PMID 1708176 DOI: 10.1016/0168-9525(90)90283-C  1
1990 Hoffmann I, Birnstiel ML. Cell cycle-dependent regulation of histone precursor mRNA processing by modulation of U7 snRNA accessibility Nature. 346: 665-668. PMID 1696685  1
1989 Cotten M, Birnstiel ML. Ribozyme mediated destruction of RNA in vivo Embo Journal. 8: 3861-3866. PMID 2684648  1
1989 Birnstiel ML, Busslinger M. Dangerous liaisons: Spermatozoa as natural vectors for foreign DNA? Cell. 57: 701-702. PMID 2655927 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(89)90782-4  1
1989 Birnstiel ML, Busslinger M. Further liaisons with sperm [2] Science. 245: 243-244. PMID 2546254  1
1989 Eckner R, Birnstiel ML. Cloning of cDNAs coding for human HMG I and HMG Y proteins: Both are capable of binding to the octamer sequence motif Nucleic Acids Research. 17: 5947-5959. PMID 2505228  1
1989 Cotten M, Schaffner G, Birnstiel ML. Ribozyme, antisense RNA, and antisense DNA inhibition of U7 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein-mediated histone pre-mRNA processing in vitro Molecular and Cellular Biology. 9: 4479-4487. PMID 2479828  1
1989 Birnstiel M, Busslinger M. Further liaisons with sperm Science. 245: 243-244. DOI: 10.1126/SCIENCE.2546254  0.52
1988 Cotten M, Gick O, Vasserot A, Schaffner G, Birnstiel ML. Specific contacts between mammalian U7 snRNA and histone precursor RNA are indispensable for the in vitro 3' RNA processing reaction. Embo Journal. 7: 801-808. PMID 3396543  1
1988 Gilmartin GM, Schaufele F, Schaffner G, Birnstiel ML. Functional analysis of the sea urchin U7 small nuclear RNA. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 8: 1076-84. PMID 2835659  1
1988 Vitelli L, Kemler I, Lauber B, Birnstiel ML, Busslinger M. Developmental regulation of micro-injected histone genes in sea urchin embryos Developmental Biology. 127: 54-63. PMID 2452106 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(88)90188-1  1
1987 Gick O, Krämer A, Vasserot A, Birnstiel ML. Heat-labile regulatory factor is required for 3' processing of histone precursor mRNAs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 84: 8937-8940. PMID 2962194  1
1987 Schaufele F, Birnstiel ML. The inability of the Psammechinus miliaris H3 RNA to be processed in the Xenopus oocyte is associated with sequences distinct from these highly conserved amongst sea urchin histone RNAs Nucleic Acids Research. 15: 8305-8317. PMID 2823227 DOI: 10.1093/nar/15.20.8305  1
1987 Birnstiel ML, Gick O, Gilmartin G, Vasserot A, Krämer A. Regulated 3′ processing of histone mRNA requires both the U7 snRNP and a heat-labile component with interesting properties Molecular Biology Reports. 12: 193. DOI: 10.1007/BF00356895  1
1986 De Lorenzi M, Rohrer U, Birnstiel ML. Analysis of a sea urchin gene cluster coding for the small nuclear U7 RNA, a rare RNA species implicated in the 3' editing of histone precursor mRNAs Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 83: 3243-3247. PMID 3458178  1
1986 Schaufele F, Gilmartin GM, Bannwarth W, Birnstiel ML. Compensatory mutations suggest that base-pairing with a small nuclear RNA is required to form the 3' end of H3 messenger RNA. Nature. 323: 777-81. PMID 3022153 DOI: 10.1038/323777a0  1
1986 Gick O, Krämer A, Keller W, Birnstiel ML. Generation of histone mRNA 3' ends by endonucleolytic cleavage of the pre-mRNA in a snRNP-dependent in vitro reaction. The Embo Journal. 5: 1319-1326. PMID 3015597  1
1986 Strub K, Birnstiel ML. Genetic complementation in the Xenopus oocyte: co-expression of sea urchin histone and U7 RNAs restores 3' processing of H3 pre-mRNA in the oocyte. The Embo Journal. 5: 1675-1682. PMID 2943587  1
1985 Busslinger M, Schümperli D, Birnstiel ML. Regulation of histone gene expression. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia On Quantitative Biology. 50: 665-670. PMID 3868501  1
1985 Mous J, Stunnenberg H, Georgiev O, Birnstiel ML. Stimulation of sea urchin H2B histone gene tarnscription by a chromatin-associated protein fraction depends on gene sequences downstream of the transcription start site Molecular and Cellular Biology. 5: 2764-2769. PMID 3837183  1
1985 Birnstiel ML, Busslinger M, Strub K. Transcription termination and 3' processing: the end is in site! Cell. 41: 349-59. PMID 2580642 DOI: 10.1016/S0092-8674(85)80007-6  1
1985 Georgiev O, Birnstiel ML. The conserved CAAGAAAGA spacer sequence is an essential element for the formation of 3' termini of the sea urchin H3 histone mRNA by RNA processing. Embo Journal. 4: 481-489. PMID 2410259  1
1984 Birchmeier C, Schumperli D, Sconzo G, Birnstiel ML. 3' editing of mRNAs: Sequence requirements and involvement of a 60-nucleotide RNA in maturation of histone mRNA precursors Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 81: 1057-1061. PMID 6583695  1
1984 Birnstiel ML. Sea urchin histone genes: the beginning and end of the message. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences. 307: 293-295. PMID 6151699  1
1984 Georgiev O, Mous J, Birnstiel ML. Processing and nucleo-cytoplasmic transport of histone gene transcripts Nucleic Acids Research. 12: 8539-8551. PMID 6095202 DOI: 10.1093/nar/12.22.8539  1
1984 Strub K, Galli G, Busslinger M, Birnstiel ML. The cDNA sequences of the sea urchin U7 small nuclear RNA suggest specific contacts between histone mRNA precursor and U7 RNA during RNA processing. Embo Journal. 3: 2801-2807. PMID 6084590  1
1983 Bryan PN, Olah J, Birnstiel ML. Major changes in the 5′ and 3′ chromatin structure of sea urchin histone genes accompany their activation and inactivation in development Cell. 33: 843-848. PMID 6871996 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(83)90026-0  1
1983 Clerc RG, Bucher P, Strub K, Birnstiel ML. Transcription of a cloned Xenopus laevis H4 histone gene in the homologous frog oocyte system depends on an evolutionary conserved sequence motif in the -50 region Nucleic Acids Research. 11: 8641-8658. PMID 6324093 DOI: 10.1093/nar/11.24.8641  1
1983 Birchmeier C, Folk W, Birnstiel ML. The terminal RNA stem-loop structure and 80 bp of spacer DNA are required for the formation of 3′ termini of sea urchin H2A mRNA Cell. 35: 433-440. PMID 6317188 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(83)90176-9  1
1983 Grosschedl R, Mächler M, Rohrer U, Birnstiel ML. A functional component of the sea urchin H2A gene modulator contains an extended sequence homology to a viral enhancer Nucleic Acids Research. 11: 8123-8136. DOI: 10.1093/nar/11.23.8123  1
1982 Busslinger M, Rusconi S, Birnstiel ML. An unusual evolutionary behaviour of a sea urchin histone gene cluster. The Embo Journal. 1: 27-33. PMID 16453405  1
1982 Birnstiel ML. Developmental control of histone gene expression. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research. 85: 1-12. PMID 7051023  1
1982 Stunnenberg HG, Birnstiel ML. Bioassay for components regulating eukaryotic gene expression: A chromosomal factor involved in the generation of histone mRNA 3' termini Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 79: 6201-6204. PMID 6959109  1
1982 Grosschedl R, Birnstiel ML. Delimitation of far upstream sequences required for maximal in vitro transcription of an H2A histone gene Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 79: 297-301. PMID 6952185  1
1982 Birchmeier C, Grosschedl R, Birnstiel ML. Generation of authentic 3′ termini of an H2A mRNA in vivo is dependent on a short inverted DNA repeat and on spacer sequences Cell. 28: 739-745. PMID 6284372 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(82)90053-8  1
1982 Folk WR, Hofstetter H, Birnstiel ML. Some bacterial tRNA genes are transcribed by eukaryotic RNA polymerase III. Nucleic Acids Research. 10: 7153-62. PMID 6185920 DOI: 10.1093/nar/10.22.7153  1
1982 Busslinger M, Rusconi S, Birnstiel ML. An unusual evolutionary behaviour of a sea urchin histone gene cluster The Embo Journal. 1: 27-33. DOI: 10.1002/j.1460-2075.1982.tb01119.x  0.44
1981 Galli G, Hofstetter H, Birnstiel ML. Two conserved sequence blocks within eukaryotic tRNA genes are major promoter elements Nature. 294: 626-631. PMID 7312050 DOI: 10.1038/294626a0  1
1981 Hofstetter H, Kressmann A, Birnstiel ML. A split promoter for a eucaryotic tRNA gene Cell. 24: 573-585. PMID 7237560 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(81)90348-2  1
1981 Hentschel CC, Birnstiel ML. The organization and expression of histone gene families Cell. 25: 301-313. PMID 6793234 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(81)90048-9  1
1981 Seiler-Tuyns A, Birnstiel ML. Structure and expression in L-cells of a cloned H4 histone gene of the mouse Journal of Molecular Biology. 151: 607-625. PMID 6276563 DOI: 10.1016/0022-2836(81)90426-5  1
1981 Grosschedl R, Wasylyk B, Chambon P, Birnstiel ML. Point mutation in the TATA box curtails expression of sea urchin H2A histone gene in vivo Nature. 294: 178-180. PMID 6272121  1
1981 Bryan PN, Hofstetter H, Birnstiel ML. Nucleosome arrangement on tRNA genes of Xenopus laevis Cell. 27: 459-466. PMID 6101200 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(81)90387-1  1
1980 Busslinger M, Portmann R, Irminger JC, Birnstiel ML. Ubiquitous and gene-specific regulatory 5' sequences in a sea urchin histone DNA clone coding for histone protein variants Nucleic Acids Research. 8: 957-977. PMID 7443547 DOI: 10.1093/NAR/8.5.957  1
1980 Hentschel C, Probst E, Birnstiel ML. Transcriptional fidelity of histone genes injected into Xenopus oocyte nuclei Nature. 288: 100-102. PMID 7432506 DOI: 10.1038/288100a0  1
1980 Hentschel C, Irminger JC, Bucher P, Birnstiel ML. Sea urchin histone mRNA termini are located in gene regions downstream from putative regulatory sequences Nature. 285: 147-151. PMID 7374764  1
1980 Grosschedl R, Birnstiel ML. Spacer DNA sequences upstream of the T-A-T-A-A-A-T-A sequence are essential for promotion of H2A histone gene transcription in vivo Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 77: 7102-7106. PMID 6938957  1
1980 Grosschedl R, Birnstiel ML. Identification of regulatory sequences in the prelude sequences of an H2A histone gene by study of specific deletion mutants in vivo Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 77: 1432-1436. PMID 6929494  1
1980 Moorman AFM, de Laaf RTM, Destree OHJ, Telford J, Birnstiel ML. Histone genes from Xenopus laevis: Molecular cloning and initial characterization Gene. 10: 185-193. PMID 6254837 DOI: 10.1016/0378-1119(80)90048-7  1
1980 Boseley PG, Moss T, Birnstiel ML. [55] 5′ labeling and poly(A) tailing Methods in Enzymology. 65: 478-494. PMID 6246367 DOI: 10.1016/S0076-6879(80)65057-5  1
1979 Kressmann A, Hofstetter H, Di Capua E, Grosschedl R, Birnstiel ML. A tRNA gene of Xenopus laevis contains at least two sites promoting transcription Nucleic Acids Research. 7: 1749-1763. PMID 537910  1
1979 Probst E, Kressmann A, Birnstiel ML. Expression of sea urchin histone genes in the oocyte of Xenopus laevis Journal of Molecular Biology. 135: 709-732. PMID 537089 DOI: 10.1016/0022-2836(79)90173-6  1
1979 Busslinger M, Portmann R, Birnstiel ML. A regulatory sequence near the 3' end of sea urchin histone genes Nucleic Acids Research. 6: 2997-3008. PMID 493132 DOI: 10.1093/NAR/6.9.2997  1
1979 Burckhardt J, Telford J, Birnstiel ML. Detection of labelled RNA species by contact hybridization Nucleic Acids Research. 6: 2963-2971. PMID 493130  1
1979 Telford JL, Kressmann A, Koski RA, Grosschedl R, Müller F, Clarkson SG, Birnstiel ML. Delimitation of a promoter for RNA polymerase III by means of a functional test Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 76: 2590-2594. PMID 288049 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.76.6.2590  1
1979 Moss T, Birnstiel ML. The putative promoter of a Xenopus laevis ribosomal gene is reduplicated Nucleic Acids Research. 6: 3733-3744. DOI: 10.1093/nar/6.12.3733  1
1978 Schaffner W, Kunz G, Daetwyler H, Telford J, Smith HO, Birnstiel ML. Genes and spacers of cloned sea urchin histone DNA analyzed by sequencing Cell. 14: 655-671. PMID 688387 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(78)90249-0  1
1978 Boseley PG, Tuyns A, Birnstiel ML. Mapping of the Xenopus laevis 5.8S rDNA by restriction and DNA sequencing Nucleic Acids Research. 5: 1121-1137. PMID 652517  1
1978 Burckhardt J, Birnstiel ML. Analysis of histone messenger RNA of Drosophila melanogaster by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis Journal of Molecular Biology. 118: 61-79. PMID 415145 DOI: 10.1016/0022-2836(78)90244-9  1
1978 Kressmann A, Clarkson SG, Telford JL, Birnstiel ML. Transcription of xenopus tDNAmet1 and sea urchin histone DNA injected into the Xenopus oocyte nucleus Cold Spring Harbor Symposia On Quantitative Biology. 42: 1077-1082. PMID 277302  1
1978 Kressmann A, Clarkson SG, Pirrotta V, Birnstiel ML. Transcription of cloned tRNA gene fragments and subfragments injected into the oocyte nucleus of Xenopus laevis Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 75: 1176-118O. PMID 274710  1
1978 Birnstiel ML, Kressmann A, Schaffner W, Portmann R, Busslinger M. Aspects of the regulation of histone genes Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B Biological Sciences. 283: 319-324. PMID 26076 DOI: 10.1098/rstb.1978.0031  1
1977 Portmann R, Schaffner W, Birnstiel M. Partial denaturation mapping of cloned histone DNA from the sea urchin Psammechinus miliaris. Nature. 264: 31-4. PMID 1069909 DOI: 10.1038/264031A0  0.52
1977 Birnstiel ML, Schaffner W, Smith HO. DNA sequences coding for the H2B histone of Psammechinus miliaris Nature. 266: 603-607. PMID 870829 DOI: 10.1038/266603a0  1
1977 Destrée OHj, Haenni Al, Birnstiel ML. Histone mRNA in xenopus laevis ovaries: Identification of the H4 messenger Nucleic Acids Research. 4: 801-811. PMID 866192 DOI: 10.1093/nar/4.4.801  1
1977 Pardue ML, Kedes LH, Weinberg ES, Birnstiel ML. Localization of sequences coding for histone messenger RNA in the chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster. Chromosoma. 63: 135-51. PMID 411642 DOI: 10.1007/BF00292726  1
1977 Birnstiel M, Chipchase M. Current work on the histone operon Trends in Biochemical Sciences. 2: 149-152. DOI: 10.1016/0968-0004(77)90362-0  0.32
1977 Kressmann A, Clarkson SG, Telford JL, Birnstiel ML. Transcription of Xenopus tDNA1(met) and sea urchin histone DNA injected into the Xenopus oocyte nucleus Cold Spring Harbor Symposia On Quantitative Biology. 42: 1077-1082.  1
1976 Clarkson SG, Smith HO, Schaffner W, Gross KW, Birnstiel ML. Integration of eukaryotic genes for 5S RNA and histone proteins into a phage lambda receptor Nucleic Acids Research. 3: 2617-2632. PMID 1069257 DOI: 10.1093/nar/3.10.2617  1
1976 Jacob E, Malacinski G, Birnstiel ML. Reiteration frequency of the histone genes in the genome of the amphibian, Xenopus laevis European Journal of Biochemistry. 69: 45-54. PMID 991862 DOI: 10.1111/J.1432-1033.1976.TB10856.X  1
1976 Schibler U, Hagenbüchle O, Wyler T, Weber R, Boseley P, Telford J, Birnstiel ML. The arrangement of 18 S and 28 S ribosomal ribonucleic acids within the 40 S precursor molecule of Xenopus laevis European Journal of Biochemistry. 68: 471-480. PMID 976269  1
1976 Gross K, Schaffner W, Telford J, Birnstiel M. Molecular analysis of the histone gene cluster of Psammechinus miliaris: III. Polarity and asymmetry of the histone-coding sequences. Cell. 8: 479-84. PMID 954101 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(76)90215-4  0.36
1976 Gross K, Probst E, Schaffner W, Birnstiel M. Molecular analysis of the histone gene cluster of Psammechinus miliaris: I. Fractionation and identification of five individual histone mRNAs. Cell. 8: 455-69. PMID 954099 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(76)90213-0  0.52
1976 Smith HO, Birnstiel ML. A simple method for DNA restriction site mapping Nucleic Acids Research. 3: 2387-2398. PMID 787937 DOI: 10.1093/nar/3.9.2387  1
1974 Birnstiel M, Telford J, Weinberg E, Stafford D. Isolation and some properties of the genes coding for histone proteins. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 71: 2900-4. PMID 4527857 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.71.7.2900  0.32
1974 Clarkson SG, Birnstiel ML. Clustered arrangement of tRNA genes of Xenopus laevis Cold Spring Harbor Symposia On Quantitative Biology. 38: 451-459. PMID 4524767  1
1974 Wilson MC, Melli M, Birnstiel ML. Reiteration frequency of histone coding sequences in man. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 61: 404-9. PMID 4455228 DOI: 10.1016/0006-291X(74)90971-1  1
1973 Bálsamo J, Hierro JM, Birnstiel ML, Lara FJ. Rhynchosciara angelae salivary gland DNA: kinetic complexity and transcription of repetitive sequences Basic Life Sciences. 1: 101-122. PMID 4773150 DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4684-0877-5_9  1
1973 Clarkson SG, Birnstiel ML, Purdom IF. Clustering of transfer RNA genes of Xenopus laevis Journal of Molecular Biology. 79: 411-429. PMID 4760136 DOI: 10.1016/0022-2836(73)90014-4  1
1973 Clarkson SG, Birnstiel ML, Serra V. Reiterated transfer RNA genes of Xenopus laevis Journal of Molecular Biology. 79: 391-410. PMID 4760135 DOI: 10.1016/0022-2836(73)90013-2  1
1973 Pardue ML, Brown DD, Birnstiel ML. Location of the genes for 5S ribosomal RNA in Xenopus laevis. Chromosoma. 42: 191-203. PMID 4726606 DOI: 10.1007/BF00320940  1
1972 Hecht RM, Birnstiel ML. Integrity of the DNA template, a prerequisite for the faithful transcription of Xenopus rDNA in vitro European Journal of Biochemistry. 29: 489-499. PMID 5083507  1
1972 Birnstiel ML, Sells BH, Purdom IF. Kinetic complexity of RNA molecules Journal of Molecular Biology. 63: 21-39. PMID 4622766 DOI: 10.1016/0022-2836(72)90519-0  1
1972 Weinberg ES, Birnstiel ML, Purdom IF, Williamson R. Genes coding for polysomal 9S RNA of sea urchins: Conservation and divergence Nature. 240: 225-228. PMID 4569419 DOI: 10.1038/240225a0  1
1971 Jacob J, Todd K, Birnstiel ML, Bird A. Molecular hybridization of 3H-labelled ribosomal RNA with DNA in ultrathin sections prepared for electron microscopy Bba Section Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis. 228: 761-766. PMID 5572613 DOI: 10.1016/0005-2787(71)90746-5  1
1971 Kedes LH, Birnstiel ML. Reiteration and clustering of DNA sequences complementary to histone messenger RNA Nature: New Biology. 230: 165-169. PMID 5279989  1
1971 Bird AP, Birnstiel ML. The relationship between protein synthesis and ribosomal DNA amplification in Xenopus laevis Bba Section Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis. 247: 157-163. PMID 5160752 DOI: 10.1016/0005-2787(71)90819-7  1
1971 Bird AP, Birnstiel ML. A timing study of DNA amplification in Xenopus laevis oocytes Chromosoma. 35: 300-309. PMID 5133545 DOI: 10.1007/BF00326280  1
1971 Birnstiel ML, Chipchase M, Speirs J. The ribosomal RNA cistrons Progress in Nucleic Acid Research and Molecular Biology. 11: 351-389. PMID 5004308  1
1970 Purdom I, Bishop JO, Birnstiel ML. Scattered arrangement of the bacterial ribosomal cistrons. Nature. 227: 239-42. PMID 4913638 DOI: 10.1038/227239a0  1
1969 Gurdon JB, Birnstiel ML, Speight VA. The replication of purified DNA introduced into living egg cytoplasm. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 174: 614-28. PMID 5813317  1
1969 John HA, Birnstiel ML, Jones KW. RNA-DNA hybrids at the cytological level Nature. 223: 582-587. PMID 5799530 DOI: 10.1038/223582a0  1
1969 Loening UE, Jones KW, Birnstiel ML. Properties of the ribosomal RNA precursor in Xenopus laevis; Comparison to the precursor in mammals and in plants Journal of Molecular Biology. 45: 353-366. PMID 5367033  1
1969 Narayan KS, Birnstiel ML. Biochemical and ultrastructural characteristics of ribonucleoprotein particles isolated from rat-liver cell nucleoli Bba Section Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis. 190: 470-485. PMID 5351278  1
1968 Perkowska E, Macgregor HC, Birnstiel ML. Gene amplification in the oocyte nucleus of mutant and wild-type xenopus laevis Nature. 217: 649-650. PMID 4170307 DOI: 10.1038/217649a0  1
1968 Evans D, Birnstiel ML. Localization of amplified ribosomal DNA in the oocyte of Xenopus laevis Bba Section Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis. 166: 274-276.  1
1967 Berlowitz L, Birnstiel ML. Histones in the wild-type and the anucleolate mutant of Xenopus laevis Science. 156: 78-80. PMID 6020043  1
1967 Birnstiel M. The Nucleolus in Cell Metabolism Annual Review of Plant Physiology. 18: 25-58. DOI: 10.1146/ANNUREV.PP.18.060167.000325  0.32
1966 Birnstiel ML, Wallace H, Sirlin JL, Fischberg M. Localization of the ribosomal DNA complements in the nucleolar organizer region of Xenopus laevis. National Cancer Institute Monograph. 23: 431-47. PMID 5963987  1
1966 Wallace H, Birnstiel ML. Ribosomal cistrons and the nucleolar organizer Bba Section Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis. 114: 296-310. PMID 5943882  1
1966 Sirlin JL, Jacob J, Birnstiel ML. Synthesis of transfer RNA in the nucleolus of Smittia National Cancer Institute Monograph. 23: 255-270. PMID 4164348  1
1965 Sirlin JL, Jacob J, Birnstiel ML. Synthesis of different species of nucleolar ribonucleic acid Bba Section Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis. 108: 716-718. PMID 5881350  1
1965 Birnstiel ML, Jacob J, Sirlin JL. Analysis of nucleolar RNA synthesis in dipteran salivary glands Archives De Biologie. 76: 565-589. PMID 5858823  1
1965 Hyde BB, Sankaranarayanan K, Birnstiel ML. Observations on fine structure in pea nucleoli in situ and isolated Journal of Ultrasructure Research. 12: 652-667.  1
1964 Birnstiel ML, Flamm WG. Intranuclear site of histone synthesis Science. 145: 1435-1437. PMID 14172635  1
1964 Birnstiel ML, Chipchase MIH, Flamm WG. On the chemistry and organisation of nucleolar proteins Bba Specialized Section On Nucleic Acids and Related Subjects. 87: 111-122. PMID 14167426  1
1964 Flamm WG, Birnstiel ML. The nuclear synthesis of ribosomes in cell cultures Bba Specialized Section On Nucleic Acids and Related Subjects. 87: 101-110. PMID 14167425  1
1964 Flamm WG, Birnstiel ML. Inhibition of DNA replication and its effect on histone synthesis Experimental Cell Research. 33: 616-619. PMID 14161578  1
1963 CHIPCHASE MI, BIRNSTIEL ML. ON THE NATURE OF NUCLEOLAR RNA Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States Of. 50: 1101-1107. PMID 14096184  1
1963 Hyde BB, Hodge AJ, Kahn A, Birnstiel ML. Studies on phytoferritin. I. Identification and localization Journal of Ultrasructure Research. 9: 248-258. PMID 14072878  1
1963 BIRNSTIEL ML, HYDE BB. Protein synthesis by isolated pea nucleoli The Journal of Cell Biology. 18: 41-50. PMID 13971162  1
1963 Flamm WG, Birnstiel ML, Filner P. Protein synthesis by isolated nuclei from exponentially dividing cells Bba Specialized Section On Nucleic Acids and Related Subjects. 76: 110-119.  1
1963 Birnstiel ML, Chipchase MIH, Hyde BB. The nucleolus, a source of ribosomes Bba - Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 76: 454-462.  1
1963 Birnstiel ML, Fleissner E, Borek E. Nucleolus: A center of RNA methylation Science. 142: 1577-1580.  1
1962 Birnstiel ML, Rho JH, Chipchase MIH. Fractionation of isolated pea nuclei Bba - Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 55: 734-740.  1
1962 Birnstiel ML, Chipchase MIH, Hayes RJ. Incorporation of l-[14C]leucine by isolated nuclei Bba Specialized Section On Nucleic Acids and Related Subjects. 55: 728-733.  1
1961 Birnstiel ML, Chipchase M, Bonner J. Incorporation of leucine-H3 into subnuclear components of isolated pea nuclei Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 6: 161-166. PMID 13869426  1
1959 Frey-Wyssling A, Szarkowski JW, Birnstiel ML. Über die Oxydation von Chlorogensäure und DOPA während der Tabaktrocknung Die Naturwissenschaften. 46: 602. DOI: 10.1007/BF00684222  0.64
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