Vanita Sood

"Vanita Sood"
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Cho HD, Sood VD, Baker D, et al. (2008) On the role of a conserved, potentially helix-breaking residue in the tRNA-binding alpha-helix of archaeal CCA-adding enzymes. Rna (New York, N.Y.). 14: 1284-9
Yatsenko AS, Gray EE, Shcherbata HR, et al. (2007) A putative Src homology 3 domain binding motif but not the C-terminal dystrophin WW domain binding motif is required for dystroglycan function in cellular polarity in Drosophila. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 282: 15159-69
Shcherbata HR, Yatsenko AS, Patterson L, et al. (2007) Dissecting muscle and neuronal disorders in a Drosophila model of muscular dystrophy. The Embo Journal. 26: 481-93
Sood VD, Baker D. (2006) Recapitulation and design of protein binding peptide structures and sequences. Journal of Molecular Biology. 357: 917-27
Hiley SL, Sood VD, Fan J, et al. (2002) 4-thio-U cross-linking identifies the active site of the VS ribozyme. The Embo Journal. 21: 4691-8
Sood VD, Collins RA. (2002) Identification of the catalytic subdomain of the VS ribozyme and evidence for remarkable sequence tolerance in the active site loop. Journal of Molecular Biology. 320: 443-54
Sood VD, Yekta S, Collins RA. (2002) The contribution of 2'-hydroxyls to the cleavage activity of the Neurospora VS ribozyme. Nucleic Acids Research. 30: 1132-8
Sood VD, Collins RA. (2001) Functional equivalence of the uridine turn and the hairpin as building blocks of tertiary structure in the Neurospora VS ribozyme Journal of Molecular Biology. 313: 1013-1019
Sood VD, Beattie TL, Collins RA. (1998) Identification of phosphate groups involved in metal binding and tertiary interactions in the core of the Neurospora VS ribozyme. Journal of Molecular Biology. 282: 741-50
Eberl DF, Lorenz LJ, Melnick MB, et al. (1997) A new enhancer of position-effect variegation in Drosophila melanogaster encodes a putative RNA helicase that binds chromosomes and is regulated by the cell cycle. Genetics. 146: 951-63
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