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J Fajkus, R Královics, A Kovarík, L Fajkusová. FEBS Lett 1995
Times Cited: 26







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199 articles co-cited >1



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Organization of telomeric and subtelomeric chromatin in the higher plant Nicotiana tabacum.
J Fajkus, A Kovarík, R Královics, M Bezdĕk. Mol Gen Genet 1995
122
69


Developmental control of telomere lengths and telomerase activity in plants.
K Riha, J Fajkus, J Siroky, B Vyskot. Plant Cell 1998
92
38




Telomerase activity in plant cells.
J Fajkus, A Kovarík, R Královics. FEBS Lett 1996
45
30

FISH studies reveal the molecular and chromosomal organization of individual telomere domains in tomato.
X B Zhong, P F Fransz, J Wennekes-Eden, M S Ramanna, A van Kammen, P Zabel, J Hans de Jong. Plant J 1998
57
26

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
26

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
75
26

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
26

Macrostructure of the tomato telomeres.
M W Ganal, N L Lapitan, S D Tanksley. Plant Cell 1991
110
26

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
63
26

The large-scale genomic organization of repetitive DNA families at the telomeres of rye chromosomes.
A V Vershinin, T Schwarzacher, J S Heslop-Harrison. Plant Cell 1995
130
26

Unusual chromatin in human telomeres.
H Tommerup, A Dousmanis, T de Lange. Mol Cell Biol 1994
176
23

Columnar packing of telomeric nucleosomes.
J Fajkus, E N Trifonov. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 2001
43
23

Isolation and characterization of X chromosome-derived DNA sequences from a dioecious plant Melandrium album.
J Bůzek, H Koutníková, A Houben, K Ríha, B Janousek, J Siroký, S Grant, B Vyskot. Chromosome Res 1997
72
19


Nucleosomal organization of telomere-specific chromatin in rat.
V L Makarov, S Lejnine, J Bedoyan, J P Langmore. Cell 1993
142
19

Nucleosome assembly on telomeric sequences.
L Rossetti, S Cacchione, M Fuà, M Savino. Biochemistry 1998
52
19


A BamHI family of highly repeated DNA sequences of Nicotiana tabacum.
B Koukalová, J Reich, R Matyášek, V Kuhrová, M Bezděk. Theor Appl Genet 1989
55
19


Transition between two forms of heterochromatin at plant subtelomeres.
E Sýkorová, J Fajkus, M Ito, K Fukui. Chromosome Res 2001
30
19

Pinning down loose ends: mapping telomeres and factors affecting their length.
B Burr, F A Burr, E C Matz, J Romero-Severson. Plant Cell 1992
62
19

Characterization of telomere-subtelomere junctions in Silene latifolia.
E Sýkorová, J Cartagena, M Horáková, K Fukui, J Fajkus. Mol Genet Genomics 2003
25
20


siRNA-mediated methylation of Arabidopsis telomeres.
Jan Vrbsky, Svetlana Akimcheva, J Matthew Watson, Thomas L Turner, Lucia Daxinger, Boris Vyskot, Werner Aufsatz, Karel Riha. PLoS Genet 2010
90
19


Characterization of the Nicotiana tabacum L. genome by molecular cytogenetics.
A Kenton, A S Parokonny, Y Y Gleba, M D Bennett. Mol Gen Genet 1993
132
19


Characterization of a new family of tobacco highly repetitive DNA, GRS, specific for the Nicotiana tomentosiformis genomic component.
B Gazdová, J Siroký, J Fajkus, B Brzobohatý, A Kenton, A Parokonny, J S Heslop-Harrison, K Palme, M Bezdĕk. Chromosome Res 1995
36
15


Telomerase activity in plant extracts.
K Heller, A Kilian, M A Piatyszek, A Kleinhofs. Mol Gen Genet 1996
47
15



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
356
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
149
15

Molecular analysis of telomere fusions in Arabidopsis: multiple pathways for chromosome end-joining.
Michelle Heacock, Elizabeth Spangler, Karel Riha, Jasna Puizina, Dorothy E Shippen. EMBO J 2004
122
15

Genetic and physical mapping of barley telomeres.
M S Röder, N L Lapitan, M E Sorrells, S D Tanksley. Mol Gen Genet 1993
44
15

Loss and recovery of Arabidopsis-type telomere repeat sequences 5'-(TTTAGGG)(n)-3' in the evolution of a major radiation of flowering plants.
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
55
15


Recovery of tobacco cells from cadmium stress is accompanied by DNA repair and increased telomerase activity.
Miloslava Fojtová, Jana Fulnecková, Jirí Fajkus, Ales Kovarík. J Exp Bot 2002
39
15

Barley telomeres shorten during differentiation but grow in callus culture.
A Kilian, C Stiff, A Kleinhofs. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1995
63
15

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
38
15

Shotgun bisulphite sequencing of the Arabidopsis genome reveals DNA methylation patterning.
Shawn J Cokus, Suhua Feng, Xiaoyu Zhang, Zugen Chen, Barry Merriman, Christian D Haudenschild, Sriharsa Pradhan, Stanley F Nelson, Matteo Pellegrini, Steven E Jacobsen. Nature 2008
15

Arabidopsis thaliana telomeres exhibit euchromatic features.
María I Vaquero-Sedas, Francisco M Gámez-Arjona, Miguel A Vega-Palas. Nucleic Acids Res 2011
36
15

Nucleotide sequence of a 25S rRNA gene from tomato.
T Kiss, M Kis, F Solymosy. Nucleic Acids Res 1989
54
15



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