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S P Adams, T P Hartman, K Y Lim, M W Chase, M D Bennett, I J Leitch, A R Leitch. Proc Biol Sci 2001
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Telomere variability in the monocotyledonous plant order Asparagales.
E Sýkorová, K Y Lim, Z Kunická, M W Chase, M D Bennett, J Fajkus, A R Leitch. Proc Biol Sci 2003
78
48


The absence of Arabidopsis-type telomeres in Cestrum and closely related genera Vestia and Sessea (Solanaceae): first evidence from eudicots.
Eva Sykorova, Kar Yoong Lim, Mark W Chase, Sandra Knapp, Ilia Judith Leitch, Andrew Rowland Leitch, Jiri Fajkus. Plant J 2003
66
41

Aloe spp.--plants with vertebrate-like telomeric sequences.
Hanna Weiss, Harry Scherthan. Chromosome Res 2002
37
62

Organization of telomeric and subtelomeric chromatin in the higher plant Nicotiana tabacum.
J Fajkus, A Kovarík, R Královics, M Bezdĕk. Mol Gen Genet 1995
125
32

Aloe L.--a second plant family without (TTTAGGG)n telomeres.
S P Adams, I J Leitch, M D Bennett, A R Leitch. Chromosoma 2000
33
51

Characterization and developmental patterns of telomerase expression in plants.
M S Fitzgerald, T D McKnight, D E Shippen. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1996
114
29

Telomeres in evolution and evolution of telomeres.
Jirí Fajkus, Eva Sýkorová, Andrew R Leitch. Chromosome Res 2005
90
29

Developmental control of telomere lengths and telomerase activity in plants.
K Riha, J Fajkus, J Siroky, B Vyskot. Plant Cell 1998
95
25


Macrostructure of the tomato telomeres.
M W Ganal, N L Lapitan, S D Tanksley. Plant Cell 1991
113
24

Improved telomere detection using a telomere repeat probe (TTAGGG)n generated by PCR.
J W Ijdo, R A Wells, A Baldini, S T Reeders. Nucleic Acids Res 1991
376
22

Living with genome instability: plant responses to telomere dysfunction.
K Riha, T D McKnight, L R Griffing, D E Shippen. Science 2001
160
20

Mammalian telomeres end in a large duplex loop.
J D Griffith, L Comeau, S Rosenfield, R M Stansel, A Bianchi, H Moss, T de Lange. Cell 1999
18

Minisatellite telomeres occur in the family Alliaceae but are lost in Allium.
Eva Sykorová, Jirí Fajkus, Marie Mezníková, Kar Yoong Lim, Kamila Neplechová, Frank R Blattner, Mark W Chase, Andrew R Leitch. Am J Bot 2006
39
28

Different modes of de novo telomere formation by plant telomerases.
M S Fitzgerald, E V Shakirov, E E Hood, T D McKnight, D E Shippen. Plant J 2001
25
40


Distribution of non-telomeric sites of the (TTAGGG)n telomeric sequence in vertebrate chromosomes.
J Meyne, R J Baker, H H Hobart, T C Hsu, O A Ryder, O G Ward, J E Wiley, D H Wurster-Hill, T L Yates, R K Moyzis. Chromosoma 1990
484
17

Telomere looping in P. sativum (common garden pea).
Anthony J Cesare, Nancy Quinney, Smaranda Willcox, Deepa Subramanian, Jack D Griffith. Plant J 2003
82
17


Chromosome termini of the monocot plant Othocallis siberica are maintained by telomerase, which specifically synthesises vertebrate-type telomere sequences.
Hanna Weiss-Schneeweiss, Karel Riha, Chang Gee Jang, Jasna Puizina, Harry Scherthan, Dieter Schweizer. Plant J 2004
24
41

The signature of the Cestrum genome suggests an evolutionary response to the loss of (TTTAGGG)n telomeres.
Eva Sýkorová, K Yoong Lim, Jiri Fajkus, Andrew R Leitch. Chromosoma 2003
27
37

Conservation of the human telomere sequence (TTAGGG)n among vertebrates.
J Meyne, R L Ratliff, R K Moyzis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1989
592
15

Plant cells express telomerase activity upon transfer to callus culture, without extensively changing telomere lengths.
J Fajkus, J Fulnecková, M Hulánová, K Berková, K Ríha, R Matyásek. Mol Gen Genet 1998
61
15

Disruption of the telomerase catalytic subunit gene from Arabidopsis inactivates telomerase and leads to a slow loss of telomeric DNA.
M S Fitzgerald, K Riha, F Gao, S Ren, T D McKnight, D E Shippen. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1999
155
15

Telomerase activity in plant cells.
J Fajkus, A Kovarík, R Královics. FEBS Lett 1996
45
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De novo synthesis of telomere sequences at the healed breakpoints of wheat deletion chromosomes.
H Tsujimoto, N Usami, K Hasegawa, T Yamada, K Nagaki, T Sasakuma. Mol Gen Genet 1999
32
25

A telomeric satellite in Drosophila virilis and its sibling species.
H Biessmann, M Zurovcova, J G Yao, E Lozovskaya, M F Walter. Chromosoma 2000
41
19

Telomerase activity in plant extracts.
K Heller, A Kilian, M A Piatyszek, A Kleinhofs. Mol Gen Genet 1996
47
17




Characterization of telomere-subtelomere junctions in Silene latifolia.
E Sýkorová, J Cartagena, M Horáková, K Fukui, J Fajkus. Mol Genet Genomics 2003
25
32

Addition of telomere-associated HeT DNA sequences "heals" broken chromosome ends in Drosophila.
H Biessmann, J M Mason, K Ferry, M d'Hulst, K Valgeirsdottir, K L Traverse, M L Pardue. Cell 1990
208
13

Telomere structure, function and maintenance in Arabidopsis.
Karel Riha, Dorothy E Shippen. Chromosome Res 2003
38
21

Karyotype analysis in Hyacinthella dalmatica (Hyacinthaceae) reveals vertebrate-type telomere repeats at the chromosome ends.
Jasna Puizina, Hanna Weiss-Schneeweiss, Andrea Pedrosa-Harand, Juraj Kamenjarin, Ivo Trinajstic, Karel Riha, Dieter Schweizer. Genome 2003
12
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An evolutionary change in telomere sequence motif within the plant section Asparagales had significance for telomere nucleoprotein complexes.
G Rotková, M Sklenicková, M Dvorácková, E Sýkorová, A R Leitch, J Fajkus. Cytogenet Genome Res 2004
15
53

Characterization of two Arabidopsis thaliana myb-like proteins showing affinity to telomeric DNA sequence.
Petra Schrumpfová, Milan Kuchar, Gabriela Miková, Lenka Skrísovská, Tatiana Kubicárová, Jirí Fajkus. Genome 2004
43
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Characterisation of an unusual telomere motif (TTTTTTAGGG)n in the plant Cestrum elegans (Solanaceae), a species with a large genome.
Vratislav Peška, Petr Fajkus, Miloslava Fojtová, Martina Dvořáčková, Jan Hapala, Vojtěch Dvořáček, Pavla Polanská, Andrew R Leitch, Eva Sýkorová, Jiří Fajkus. Plant J 2015
36
22


Telomere maintenance without telomerase.
H Biessmann, J M Mason. Chromosoma 1997
124
12

Chlamydomonas telomere sequences are A+T-rich but contain three consecutive G-C base pairs.
M E Petracek, P A Lefebvre, C D Silflow, J Berman. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1990
59
12



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