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Rymond BC.  2010.  The branchpoint binding protein: in and out of the spliceosome cycle.. Advances in experimental medicine and biology. 693:123-41.
[Anonymous].  2006.  Inhibition of a spliceosome turnover pathway suppresses splicing defects.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103(37):13700-5.
[Anonymous].  2005.  Interactions of the yeast SF3b splicing factor.. Molecular and cellular biology. 25(24):10745-54.
[Anonymous].  2004.  Proteasome inhibition alters the transcription of multiple yeast genes.. Biochimica et biophysica acta. 1680(1):34-45.
[Anonymous].  2002.  Crooked neck is a component of the human spliceosome and implicated in the splicing process.. Biochimica et biophysica acta. 1576(3):287-97.
[Anonymous].  1998.  Progression through the spliceosome cycle requires Prp38p function for U4/U6 snRNA dissociation.. The EMBO journal. 17(10):2938-46.
[Anonymous].  1998.  Yeast pre-mRNA splicing requires a pair of U1 snRNP-associated tetratricopeptide repeat proteins.. Molecular and cellular biology. 18(1):353-60.
[Anonymous].  1994.  Commitment of yeast pre-mRNA to the splicing pathway requires a novel U1 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein polypeptide, Prp39p.. Molecular and cellular biology. 14(6):3623-33.
[Anonymous].  1994.  Prevalence and distribution of introns in non-ribosomal protein genes of yeast.. Molecular & general genetics : MGG. 243(5):532-9.
[Anonymous].  1993.  Convergent transcripts of the yeast PRP38-SMD1 locus encode two essential splicing factors, including the D1 core polypeptide of small nuclear ribonucleoprotein particles.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 90(3):848-52.
[Anonymous].  1993.  Human snRNP polypeptide D1 promotes pre-mRNA splicing in yeast and defines nonessential yeast Smd1p sequences.. Nucleic acids research. 21(15):3501-5.
[Anonymous].  1991.  Identification of sites of pre-MRNA/spliceosome association.. SAAS bulletin, biochemistry and biotechnology. 4:76-80.


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