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Sep-2004Expression patterns of a novel AtCHX gene family highlight potential roles in osmotic adjustment and K+ homeostasis in pollen development.Sze, H; Padmanaban, S; Cellier, F; Honys, D; Cheng, NH; Bock, KW; Conéjéro, G; Li, X; Twell, D; Ward, JM; Hirschi, KDJournal Article
Apr-2005Expression of beta-galactosidase and beta-xylosidase genes during microspore and pollen development.Hrubá, P; Honys, D; Twell, D; Capková, V; Tupý, JJournal Article
2005Characterisation of pararetrovirus-like sequences in the genome of potato (Solanum tuberosum).Hansen, CN; Harper, G; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
2006Physical organization of the 1.709 satellite IV DNA family in Bovini and Tragelaphini tribes of the Bovidae: sequence and chromosomal evolution.Adega, F; Chaves, R; Guedes-Pinto, H; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
2011Characterization and genomic organization of PERI, a repetitive DNA in the Drosophila buzzatii cluster related to DINE-1 transposable elements and highly abundant in the sex chromosomes.Kuhn, GC; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
20-Jun-1995The small cysteine-rich protein P14 of beet necrotic yellow vein virus regulates accumulation of RNA 2 in cis and coat protein in trans.Hehn, A; Bouzoubaa, S; Bate, N; Twell, D; Marbach, J; Richards, K; Guilley, H; Jonard, GJournal Article
31-May-1996Evidence that a kissing loop structure facilitates genomic RNA dimerisation in HIV-1.Haddrick, M; Lear, AL; Cann, AJ; Heaphy, SJournal Article
Nov-1995The large-scale genomic organization of repetitive DNA families at the telomeres of rye chromosomes.Vershinin, AV; Schwarzacher, T; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
22-Nov-2007MADS-complexes regulate transcriptome dynamics during pollen maturation.Verelst, W.; Twell, David; de Folter S.; Immink, Richard; Saedler, H.; Münster, T.Journal Article
Jul-2004The import of phosphoenolpyruvate by plastids from developing embryos of oilseed rape, Brassica napus (L.), and its potential as a substrate for fatty acid synthesis.Kubis, S. E.; Pike, M. J.; Everett, C. J.; Hill, L. M.; Rawsthorne, S.Journal Article