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Gismondi, A, Caldarola, S, Lisi, G, Juli, G, Chellini, L, Iadevaia, V, Proud, CG and Loreni, F (2014) Ribosomal stress activates eEF2K-eEF2 pathway causing translation elongation inhibition and recruitment of terminal oligopyrimidine (TOP) mRNAs on polysomes. Nucleic Acids Res, 42 (20). pp. 12668-12680.

Liu, R, Iadevaia, V, Averous, J, Taylor, PM, Zhang, Z and Proud, CG (2014) Impairing the production of ribosomal RNA activates mammalian target of rapamycin complex 1 signalling and downstream translation factors. Nucleic Acids Res, 42 (8). pp. 5083-5096.

Allenby, NE, Laing, E, Bucca, G, Kierzek, AM and Smith, CP (2012) Diverse control of metabolism and other cellular processes in Streptomyces coelicolor by the PhoP transcription factor: genome-wide identification of in vivo targets. Nucleic Acids Res.

Iadevaia, V, Zhang, Z, Jan, E and Proud, CG (2012) mTOR signaling regulates the processing of pre-rRNA in human cells. Nucleic Acids Res, 40 (6). pp. 2527-2539.

Huang, PN, Lin, JY, Locker, N, Kung, YA, Hung, CT, Lin, JY, Huang, HI, Li, ML and Shih, SR (2011) Far upstream element binding protein 1 binds the internal ribosomal entry site of enterovirus 71 and enhances viral translation and viral growth. Nucleic Acids Res. pp. 1-16.

Huang, PN, Lin, JY, Locker, N, Kung, YA, Hung, CT, Lin, JY, Huang, HI, Li, ML and Shih, SR (2011) Far upstream element binding protein 1 binds the internal ribosomal entry site of enterovirus 71 and enhances viral translation and viral growth. Nucleic Acids Res. pp. 1-16.

Locker, N, Chamond, N and Sargueil, B (2010) A conserved structure within the HIV gag open reading frame that controls translation initiation directly recruits the 40S subunit and eIF3. Nucleic Acids Res.

Bishop, R, Shah, T, Pelle, R, Hoyle, D, Pearson, T, Haines, L, Brass, A, Hulme, H, Graham, SP, Taracha, EL, Kanga, S, Lu, C, Hass, B, Wortman, J, White, O, Gardner, MJ, Nene, V and de Villiers, EP (2005) Analysis of the transcriptome of the protozoan Theileria parva using MPSS reveals that the majority of genes are transcriptionally active in the schizont stage. Nucleic Acids Res, 33 (17). pp. 5503-5511.

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