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23 articles co-cited >1



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Analysis of unstable triplet repeats using small-pool polymerase chain reaction.
Mário Gomes-Pereira, Sanjay I Bidichandani, Darren G Monckton. Methods Mol Biol 2004
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Repeat instability: mechanisms of dynamic mutations.
Christopher E Pearson, Kerrie Nichol Edamura, John D Cleary. Nat Rev Genet 2005
608
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Repeat instability during DNA repair: Insights from model systems.
Karen Usdin, Nealia C M House, Catherine H Freudenreich. Crit Rev Biochem Mol Biol 2015
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Molecular basis of myotonic dystrophy: expansion of a trinucleotide (CTG) repeat at the 3' end of a transcript encoding a protein kinase family member.
J D Brook, M E McCurrach, H G Harley, A J Buckler, D Church, H Aburatani, K Hunter, V P Stanton, J P Thirion, T Hudson. Cell 1992
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An unstable triplet repeat in a gene related to myotonic muscular dystrophy.
Y H Fu, A Pizzuti, R G Fenwick, J King, S Rajnarayan, P W Dunne, J Dubel, G A Nasser, T Ashizawa, P de Jong. Science 1992
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Non-radioactive detection of trinucleotide repeat size variability.
Stéphanie Tomé, Annie Nicole, Mario Gomes-Pereira, Genevieve Gourdon. PLoS Curr 2014
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Somatic instability of the expanded CTG triplet repeat in myotonic dystrophy type 1 is a heritable quantitative trait and modifier of disease severity.
Fernando Morales, Jillian M Couto, Catherine F Higham, Grant Hogg, Patricia Cuenca, Claudia Braida, Richard H Wilson, Berit Adam, Gerardo del Valle, Roberto Brian,[...]. Hum Mol Genet 2012
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A general method for the detection of large CAG repeat expansions by fluorescent PCR.
J P Warner, L H Barron, D Goudie, K Kelly, D Dow, D R Fitzpatrick, D J Brock. J Med Genet 1996
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Trinucleotide repeat instability during double-strand break repair: from mechanisms to gene therapy.
Valentine Mosbach, Lucie Poggi, Guy-Franck Richard. Curr Genet 2019
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Replication stalling and heteroduplex formation within CAG/CTG trinucleotide repeats by mismatch repair.
David Viterbo, Grégoire Michoud, Valentine Mosbach, Bernard Dujon, Guy-Franck Richard. DNA Repair (Amst) 2016
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Comparative genomics and molecular dynamics of DNA repeats in eukaryotes.
Guy-Franck Richard, Alix Kerrest, Bernard Dujon. Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 2008
277
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Structural diversity of triplet repeat RNAs.
Krzysztof Sobczak, Gracjan Michlewski, Mateusz de Mezer, Elzbieta Kierzek, Jacek Krol, Marta Olejniczak, Ryszard Kierzek, Wlodzimierz J Krzyzosiak. J Biol Chem 2010
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RNA biology of disease-associated microsatellite repeat expansions.
Kushal J Rohilla, Keith T Gagnon. Acta Neuropathol Commun 2017
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Anomalous rapid electrophoretic mobility of DNA containing triplet repeats associated with human disease genes.
P D Chastain, E E Eichler, S Kang, D L Nelson, S D Levene, R R Sinden. Biochemistry 1995
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Unique Length-Dependent Biophysical Properties of Repetitive DNA.
Ji Huang, Sarah Delaney. J Phys Chem B 2016
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Distinctive structural motifs of RNA G-quadruplexes composed of AGG, CGG and UGG trinucleotide repeats.
Magdalena Malgowska, Dorota Gudanis, Ryszard Kierzek, Eliza Wyszko, Valérie Gabelica, Zofia Gdaniec. Nucleic Acids Res 2014
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Triplet repeat DNA structures and human genetic disease: dynamic mutations from dynamic DNA.
Richard R Sinden, Vladimir N Potaman, Elena A Oussatcheva, Christopher E Pearson, Yuri L Lyubchenko, Luda S Shlyakhtenko. J Biosci 2002
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Contracting CAG/CTG repeats using the CRISPR-Cas9 nickase.
Cinzia Cinesi, Lorène Aeschbach, Bin Yang, Vincent Dion. Nat Commun 2016
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Myotonic dystrophy mouse models: towards rational therapy development.
Mário Gomes-Pereira, Thomas A Cooper, Geneviève Gourdon. Trends Mol Med 2011
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Human and murine FMR-1: alternative splicing and translational initiation downstream of the CGG-repeat.
C T Ashley, J S Sutcliffe, C B Kunst, H A Leiner, E E Eichler, D L Nelson, S T Warren. Nat Genet 1993
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Microsatellite repeat instability and neurological disease.
Judith R Brouwer, Rob Willemsen, Ben A Oostra. Bioessays 2009
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Repeat instability as the basis for human diseases and as a potential target for therapy.
Arturo López Castel, John D Cleary, Christopher E Pearson. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol 2010
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Fluorescent dye labeled DNA size standards for molecular mass detection in visible/infrared range.
Soni Gupta, Chaitanya Charakana, Yellamaraju Sreelakshmi, Rameshwar Sharma. BMC Res Notes 2011
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Cloning of the essential myotonic dystrophy region and mapping of the putative defect.
C Aslanidis, G Jansen, C Amemiya, G Shutler, M Mahadevan, C Tsilfidis, C Chen, J Alleman, N G Wormskamp, M Vooijs. Nature 1992
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Friedreich's ataxia: autosomal recessive disease caused by an intronic GAA triplet repeat expansion.
V Campuzano, L Montermini, M D Moltò, L Pianese, M Cossée, F Cavalcanti, E Monros, F Rodius, F Duclos, A Monticelli,[...]. Science 1996
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Normal variation at the myotonic dystrophy locus in global human populations.
C Zerylnick, A Torroni, S L Sherman, S T Warren. Am J Hum Genet 1995
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Molecular genetic and clinical characterization of myotonic dystrophy type 1 patients carrying variant repeats within DMPK expansions.
Jovan Pešović, S Perić, M Brkušanin, G Brajušković, V Rakočević-Stojanović, Dušanka Savić-Pavićević. Neurogenetics 2017
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Variant CCG and GGC repeats within the CTG expansion dramatically modify mutational dynamics and likely contribute toward unusual symptoms in some myotonic dystrophy type 1 patients.
Claudia Braida, Rhoda K A Stefanatos, Berit Adam, Navdeep Mahajan, Hubert J M Smeets, Florence Niel, Cyril Goizet, Benoit Arveiler, Michel Koenig, Clotilde Lagier-Tourenne,[...]. Hum Mol Genet 2010
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Unstable DNA sequence in myotonic dystrophy.
H G Harley, S A Rundle, W Reardon, J Myring, S Crow, J D Brook, P S Harper, D J Shaw. Lancet 1992
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High levels of somatic DNA diversity at the myotonic dystrophy type 1 locus are driven by ultra-frequent expansion and contraction mutations.
Catherine F Higham, Fernando Morales, Christina A Cobbold, Daniel T Haydon, Darren G Monckton. Hum Mol Genet 2012
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Molecular mechanisms in DM1 - a focus on foci.
Olof Joakim Pettersson, Lars Aagaard, Thomas Gryesten Jensen, Christian Kroun Damgaard. Nucleic Acids Res 2015
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Molecular, clinical, and muscle studies in myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1) associated with novel variant CCG expansions.
Massimo Santoro, Marcella Masciullo, Roberta Pietrobono, Giulia Conte, Anna Modoni, Maria Laura E Bianchi, Valentina Rizzo, Maria Grazia Pomponi, Giorgio Tasca, Giovanni Neri,[...]. J Neurol 2013
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Expansion size and presence of CCG/CTC/CGG sequence interruptions in the expanded CTG array are independently associated to hypermethylation at the DMPK locus in myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1).
Massimo Santoro, Luana Fontana, Marcella Masciullo, Maria Laura Ester Bianchi, Salvatore Rossi, Emanuele Leoncini, Giuseppe Novelli, Annalisa Botta, Gabriella Silvestri. Biochim Biophys Acta 2015
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The correlation of age of onset with CTG trinucleotide repeat amplification in myotonic dystrophy.
A Hunter, C Tsilfidis, G Mettler, P Jacob, M Mahadevan, L Surh, R Korneluk. J Med Genet 1992
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Larger expansions of the CTG repeat in muscle compared to lymphocytes from patients with myotonic dystrophy.
M Anvret, G Ahlberg, U Grandell, B Hedberg, K Johnson, L Edström. Hum Mol Genet 1993
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Sequencing the unsequenceable: expanded CGG-repeat alleles of the fragile X gene.
Erick W Loomis, John S Eid, Paul Peluso, Jun Yin, Luke Hickey, David Rank, Sarah McCalmon, Randi J Hagerman, Flora Tassone, Paul J Hagerman. Genome Res 2013
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Interruptions in the triplet repeats of SCA1 and FRAXA reduce the propensity and complexity of slipped strand DNA (S-DNA) formation.
C E Pearson, E E Eichler, D Lorenzetti, S F Kramer, H Y Zoghbi, D L Nelson, R R Sinden. Biochemistry 1998
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