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Recent RNAi-Related Papers of Note: Nov 25, 2005

Recent RNAi-Related Papers of Note
Title Citations Authors
Activation of the Mammalian Immune System by siRNAs Nature Biotechnology,
Nov. 2005; 23: 11, 1399-1405
Marques and Williams
Simple, Quantitative Primer-Extension PCR Assay for Direct Monitoring of microRNAs and Short Interfering RNAs RNA,
Nov. 2005; 11: 11, 1737-1744
Johnson et al.
Inhibition of Drug-Resistant HIV-1 by RNA Interference Antiviral Research,
Nov. 2, 2005; epub ahead of print
Metzner et al.
Human RISC Couples microRNA Biogenesis and Post-Transcriptional Gene Silencing Cell,
Nov. 3, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Shiekhattar et al.
Argonaute2 Cleaves the Anti-Guide Strand of siRNA During RISC Activation Cell,
Nov. 3, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Wang et al.
Passanger-Strand Cleavage Facilitates Assembly of siRNA into Ago-Containing RNAi Enzyme Complexes Cell,
Nov. 3, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Zamore et al.
Reconstituted Influenza Virus Envelopes as an Efficient Carrier System for Cellular Delivery of Small Interfering RNAs Gene Therapy,
Nov. 3, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Huckriede et al.
RNA Knockdown as a Potential Therapeutic Strategy in Parkinson's disease Gene Therapy,
Nov. 3, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Mandel et al.
Dicer-Like 4 is Required for RNA Interference and Produces the 21-Nucleotide Small Interfering RNA Component of the Plant-to-Cell Silencing Signal Nature Genetics,
Nov. 6, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Voinnet et al.
Identification of Clustered microRNAs Using an Ab Initio Prediction Method BMC Bioinformatics,
Nov. 7, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Zavolan et al.
Disruption of GW Bodies Impairs Mammalian RNA Interference Nature Cell Biology,
Nov. 13, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Chan et al.
A Role for the P-Body Compoenent GW182 in microRNA Function Nature Cell Biology,
Nov. 13, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Hannon et al.
Slicer Function of Drosophila Argonautes and Its Involvement in RISC Formation Genes & Development,
Nov. 14, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Siomi et al.
Negative Regulation of Nuclear Division in Caenorhabditis elegans by Retinoblastoma and RNA Interference-Related Genes Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,
Nov. 15, 2005;
epub ahead of print
Grishok and Sharp
The Scan

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Science Papers Examine Breast Milk Cell Populations, Cerebral Cortex Cellular Diversity, Micronesia Population History

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