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2013
Minkovsky A, Barakat TStefan, Sellami N, Chin MHenry, Gunhanlar N, Gribnau J, Plath K.  2013.  The pluripotency factor-bound intron 1 of Xist is dispensable for X chromosome inactivation and reactivation in vitro and in vivo.Cell Rep. 3(3):905-18.
2011
Barakat TStefan, Gunhanlar N, Pardo CGontan, Achame EMulugeta, Ghazvini M, Boers R, Kenter A, Rentmeester E, J Grootegoed A, Gribnau J.  2011.  RNF12 activates Xist and is essential for X chromosome inactivation.PLoS Genet. 7(1):e1002001.
2008
Navarro P, Chambers I, Karwacki-Neisius V, Chureau C, Morey C, Rougeulle C, Avner P.  2008.  Molecular coupling of Xist regulation and pluripotency.Science. 321(5896):1693-5.
2004
Garrick D, Samara V, McDowell TL, Smith AG, Dobbie L, Higgs DR, Gibbons RJ.  2004.  A conserved truncated isoform of the ATR-X syndrome protein lacking the SWI/SNF-homology domain.Gene. 326:23-34.
1995
Johnson D, Harrison S, Pineda N, Heinlein C, al-Shawi R, Bishop JO.  1995.  Localization of the response elements of a gene induced by intermittent growth hormone stimulation.J Mol Endocrinol. 14(1):35-49.
1991
Bressan A, Somma MP, Lewis J, Santolamazza C, Copeland NG, Gilbert DJ, Jenkins NA, Lavia P.  1991.  Characterization of the opposite-strand genes from the mouse bidirectionally transcribed HTF9 locus.Gene. 103(2):201-9.
1990
Morley SD, Schönrock C, Heierhorst J, Figueroa J, Lederis K, Richter D.  1990.  Vasotocin genes of the teleost fish Catostomus commersoni: gene structure, exon-intron boundary, and hormone precursor organization.Biochemistry. 29(10):2506-11.