Curran, Joseph

 
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What Is the Impact of mRNA 5′ TL Heterogeneity on Translational Start Site Selection and the Mammalian Cellular Phenotype? 2016 163 75
The effect of heterogeneous Transcription Start Sites (TSS) on the translatome: implications for the mammalian cellular phenotype 2015 242 66
The impact of the phosphomimetic eIF2αS/D on global translation, reinitiation and the integrated stress response is attenuated in N2a cells 2015 199 3
CAP+ selection: A combined chemical–enzymatic strategy for efficient eukaryotic messenger RNA enrichment via the 5′ cap 2015 250 6
An AUG Codon Conserved for Protein Function Rather than Translational Initiation: The Story of the Protein sElk1 2014 237 65
Alternative splicing within the elk-1 5' untranslated region serves to modulate initiation events downstream of the highly conserved upstream open reading frame 2 2012 269 2
NLRX1/NOD5 deficiency does not affect MAVS signalling 2011 237 0
The translational response of the human mdm2 gene in HEK293T cells exposed to rapamycin: a role for the 5'-UTRs 2011 284 99
Transcriptional and post-transcriptional profile of human chromosome 21 2009 282 2
De novo generation of a non-segmented negative strand RNA virus with a bicistronic gene 2009 264 0
An approach to analyse the specific impact of rapamycin on mRNA-ribosome association 2008 263 337
The antiviral adaptor proteins Cardif and Trif are processed and inactivated by caspases 2008 255 0
TRADD protein is an essential component of the RIG-like helicase antiviral pathway 2008 258 0
Nonsegmented negative-strand RNA virus RNA synthesis in vivo 2008 243 1
The protein kinase PKR: a molecular clock that sequentially activates survival and death programs 2004 226 0
Longer and shorter forms of Sendai virus C proteins play different roles in modulating the cellular antiviral response 2001 259 61
Sendai virus C proteins must interact directly with cellular components to interfere with interferon action 2000 265 136
Paramyxovirus RNA synthesis and the requirement for hexamer genome length: the rule of six revisited 1998 265 125
The Sendai paramyxovirus accessory C proteins inhibit viral genome amplification in a promoter-specific fashion 1996 265 85
A highly recombinogenic system for the recovery of infectious Sendai paramyxovirus from cDNA: generation of a novel copy-back nondefective interfering virus 1995 265 94
Presence of a truncated form of the Sendai virus P protein in a long-term persistent infection: implications for the maintenance of the persistent state 1994 262 0
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