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2014
Alami NH, Smith RB, Carrasco MA, Williams LA, Winborn CS, Han SSW, Kiskinis E, Winborn B, Freibaum BD, Kanagaraj A et al..  2014.  Axonal transport of TDP-43 mRNA granules is impaired by ALS-causing mutations.Neuron. 81(3):536-43.
2013
Meinel DM, Burkert-Kautzsch C, Kieser A, O'Duibhir E, Siebert M, Mayer A, Cramer P, Söding J, Holstege FCP, Sträßer K.  2013.  Recruitment of TREX to the transcription machinery by its direct binding to the phospho-CTD of RNA polymerase II.PLoS Genet. 9(11):e1003914.
2012
Patani R, Sibley CR, Chandran S, Ule J.  2012.  Using human pluripotent stem cells to study post-transcriptional mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases.Brain Res. 1462:129-38.
2011
Tollervey JR, Curk T, Rogelj B, Briese M, Cereda M, Kayikci M, König J, Hortobágyi T, Nishimura AL, Zupunski V et al..  2011.  Characterizing the RNA targets and position-dependent splicing regulation by TDP-43.Nat Neurosci. 14(4):452-8.
De Fazio S, Bartonicek N, Di Giacomo M, Abreu-Goodger C, Sankar A, Funaya C, Antony C, Moreira PN, Enright AJ, O'Carroll D.  2011.  The endonuclease activity of Mili fuels piRNA amplification that silences LINE1 elements.Nature. 480(7376):259-63.
2010
Hanina SA, Mifsud W, Down TA, Hayashi K, O'Carroll D, Lao K, Miska EA, M Surani A.  2010.  Genome-wide identification of targets and function of individual MicroRNAs in mouse embryonic stem cells.PLoS Genet. 6(10):e1001163.
2009
Jacobs FMJ, van Erp S, van der Linden AJA, von Oerthel L, J Burbach PH, Smidt MP.  2009.  Pitx3 potentiates Nurr1 in dopamine neuron terminal differentiation through release of SMRT-mediated repression.Development. 136(4):531-40.
2001
Watt AJ, Jones EA, Ure JM, Peddie D, Wilson DI, Forrester LM.  2001.  A gene trap integration provides an early in situ marker for hepatic specification of the foregut endoderm.Mech Dev. 100(2):205-15.
1997
Schrank B, Götz R, Gunnersen JM, Ure JM, Toyka KV, Smith AG, Sendtner M.  1997.  Inactivation of the survival motor neuron gene, a candidate gene for human spinal muscular atrophy, leads to massive cell death in early mouse embryos.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 94(18):9920-5.