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Recent RNAi-Related Papers of Note: Sep 23, 2005

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Recent RNAi-Related Deals of Note
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Protein Kinase C (Varepsilon) Is a Predictive Biomarker of Aggressive Breast Cancer and a Validated Target for RNA Interference Anticancer Therapy Cancer Research, Sept. 15, 2005; 65: 18, 8366-8371 Pan et al.
Developing an Effective RNA Interference Strategy Against a Plus-Strand RNA Virus: Silencing of Coxsackievirus B3 and Its Cognate Coxsackievirus-Adenovirus Receptor Biological Chemistry, Sept. 2005; 386: 9, 857-863 Kurreck et al.
Complete Cure of Persistent Virus Infections by Antiviral siRNAs Molecular Therapy, Sept. 9, 2005; epub ahead of print Colbère-Garapin et al.
Uncovering RNAi Mechanisms in Plants: Biochemistry Enters the Foray FEBS Letters, Sept. 8, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Hannon et al.
Antiviral Silencing in Animals FEBS Letters, Sept. 8, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Ding and Li
Absence of Non-Specific Effects of RNA Interference Triggered by Long Double-Stranded RNA in Mouse Oocytes Developmental Biology, Sept. 8, 2005; epub ahead of print Schultz et al.
Identification and Characterization of Small RNAs Involved in RNA Silencing FEBS Letters, Sept. 6, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Tuschl and Aravin
Genome-Wide Application of RNAi to the Discovery of Potential Drug Targets. FEBS Letters, Sept. 6, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Taira et al.
Therapeutic Inhibition of Hepatitis B Virus Surface Antigen Expression by RNA Interference Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Sept. 6, 2005; epub ahead of print Chang et al.
Efficient Delivery of RNA Interference Effectors via In Vitro-Packaged SV40 Pseudovirions Human Gene Therapy, Sept. 2005; 16: 9, 1110-1115 Gottesman et al.
LIS1 RNA Interference Blocks Neural Stem Cell Division, Morphogenesis, and Motility at Multiple Stages Journal of Cell Biology, Sept. 12, 2005; 170: 6, 935-945 Vallee et al.
TRBP, a Regulator of Cellular PKR and HIV-1 Virus Expression, Interacts with Dicer and Functions in RNA Silencing EMBO Reports, Sept. 2, 2005; epub ahead of print Filipowicz et al.
A Lentiviral MicroRNA-Based System for Single-Copy Polymerase II-Regulated RNA Interference in Mammalian Cells Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Sept. 13, 2005; 102: 37, 13212-13217 Elledge et al.
A Strategy for Probing the Function of Non-Coding RNAs Finds a Repressor of NFAT Science, Sept. 2, 2005; 309: 5740, 1570-1573 Schultz et al.
DICER-LIKE 4 Functions in Trans-Acting Small Interfering RNA Biogenesis and Vegetative Phase Change in Arabidopsis thaliana Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Sept. 6, 2005; 102: 36, 12984-12989 Carrington et al.
A microRNA Cluster as a Target of Genomic Amplification in Malignant Lymphoma Leukemia, Sept. 15, 2005; epub ahead of print Seto and Tagawa
Mesodermally Expressed Drosophila microRNA-1 is Regulated by Twist and is Required in Muscles During Larval Growth Genes & Development, Sept. 15, 2005; epub ahead of print Ambros and Sokol
Computational Evidence for Hundreds of Non-Conserved Plant microRNAs BMC Genomics, Sept. 13, 2005; 6: 1, 119 Krogh and Lindow
The let-7 MicroRNA Family Members mir-48, mir-84, and mir-241 Function Together to Regulate Developmental Timing in Caenorhabditis elegans Developmental Cell, Sept. 2005; 9: 3, 403-414 Ambros et al.
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