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Papers of Note: Sep 3, 2009


RNAi-Related Papers Published August 2009

Knowledge-based Identification of Essential Signaling from Genome-Scale siRNA Experiments

BMC Systems Biology, Aug 5, 2009; 3: 80
Rohl et al.

RNAi-Mediated Inhibition of HIV-1 by Targeting Partially Complementary Viral Sequences

Nucleic Acids Research, Aug. 5, 2009; epub ahead of print
Berkhout et al.

Existence of a microRNA Pathway in Anucleate Platelets

Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, Aug. 9, 2009; epub ahead of print
Provost et al.

Combinatorial RNAi Against HIV-1 Using Extended Short Hairpin RNAs

Molecular Therapy, Aug. 11, 2009; epub ahead of print
Berkhout et al.

Targeted Knockdown of Bcl2 in Tumor Cells Using a Synthetic TRAIL 3’-UTR microRNA

International Journal of Cancer, Aug. 12, 2009; epub ahead of print
Ge et al.

Loss of Cardiac microRNA-Mediated Regulation Leads to Dilated Cardiomyopathy and Heart Failure

Circulation Research, Aug. 13, 2009; epub ahead of print
Blelloch et al.

Cell Contact-Dependent Acquisition of Cellular and Viral Non-Autonomously Encoded Small RNAs

Genes & Development, Aug. 15, 2009; 23: 16, 1971-1979
Kloog et al.

Multivesicular Bodies Associate with Components of miRNA Effector Complexes and Modulate miRNA Activity

Nature Cell Biology, Aug. 16, 2009; epub ahead of print
Voinnet et al.

Structural Determinants of miRNAs for RISC Loading and Slicer-Independent Unwinding

Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, Aug. 16, 2009; epub ahead of print
Tomari et al.

Immunopurification of Ago1 miRNPs Selects for a Distinct Class of microRNA Targets

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Aug. 18, 2009; epub ahead of print
Cohen et al.

Methodological Obstacles in Knocking Down Small Non-Coding RNAs

RNA, Aug. 18, 2009; epub ahead of print
Huttenhofer et al.

Control of Chicken CR1 Retrotransposons is Independent of Dicer-Mediated RNA Interference Pathway

BMC Biology, Aug. 19, 2009; 7: 53
Rangasamy et al.

Integrating microRNA and mRNA Expression Profiles of Neuronal Progenitors to Identify Regulatory Networks Underlying the Onset of Cortical Neurogenesis

BMC Neuroscience, Aug. 19, 2009; epub ahead of print
Hudson et al.

An Essential Role for RIG-I in Toll-Like Receptor-Stimulated Phagocytosis

Cell Host & Microbe, Aug. 20, 2009; 6: 2, 150-161
Ge et al.

Plasma miR-208 as a Biomarker of Myocardial Injury

Clinical Chemistry, Aug. 20, 2009; epub ahead of print
Iwai et al.

TUT4 in Concert with Lin28 Suppresses microRNA Biogenesis Through Pre-microRNA Uridylation

Cell, Aug. 21, 2009; 138: 4, 696-708
Kim et al.

A Novel and Inexpensive Application of RNAi Technology to Protect Shrimp from Viral Disease

Journal of Virological Methods, Aug. 24, 2009; epub ahead of print
Withyachumnarnkul et al.

Mammalian miRNA RISC Recruits CAF1 and PABP to Affect PABP-Dependent Deadenylation

Molecular Cell, Aug. 26, 2009; epub ahead of print
Sonenberg et al.

RNAi and iTRAQ Reagents United: Targeted Quantitation of siRNA-Mediated Protein Silencing in Human Cells

Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Aug. 27, 2009; epub ahead of print
Weiss-Haljiti et al.

Evaluation of a New High-Dimensional miRNA Profiling Platform

BMC Medical Genomics, Aug. 27, 2009; epub ahead of print
Thibodeau et al.

Editing-Independent Effects of ADARs on the miRNA/RNAi Pathways

EMBO Journal, Aug. 27, 2009; epub ahead of print
O’Connell et al.

microRNA-Mediated Messenger RNA Deadenylation Contributes Translational Repression in Mammalian Cells

PLoS One, Aug. 27, 2009; 4: 8, e6783
Preiss et al.

Karyotype-Specific microRNA Signature in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

Blood, Aug. 28, 2009; epub ahead of print
Croce et al.

Reproducibility of Quantitative RT-PCR Array in miRNA Expression Profiling and Comparison with Microarray Analysis

BMC Genomics, Aug. 28, 2009; epub ahead of print
Shireman et al.

Highly Dynamic and Sex-Specific Expression of microRNAs During Early ES Cell Differentiation

PLoS Genetics, Aug. 28, 2009; epub ahead of print
Voinnet et al.

The Scan

Purnell Choppin Dies

Purnell Choppin, a virologist who led the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, has died at 91, according to the Washington Post.

Effectiveness May Decline, Data From Israel Suggests

The New York Times reports that new Israeli data suggests a decline in Pfizer-BioNTech SARS-CoV-2 vaccine effectiveness against Delta variant infection, though protection against severe disease remains high.

To See Future Risk

Slate looks into the use of polygenic risk scores in embryo screening.

PLOS Papers on Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus, Bone Marrow Smear Sequencing, More

In PLOS this week: genomic analysis of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus pseudintermedius, archived bone marrow sequencing, and more.