Antisense


This bibliography contains a list of research papers published by IDT scientists (bold). Click on the reference to read the PubMed abstract, or entire paper, if published in an open access journal. Otherwise, you will be able to obtain a PDF download of the paper through the PubMed site.

  1. Michel CI, Holley CL, Scruggs BS, Sidhu R, Brookheart RT, Listenberger LL, Behlke MA, Ory DS, Schaffer JE. (2011) Small nucleolar RNAs U32a, U33, and U35a are critical mediators of metabolic stress. Cell Metab, 14(1):33–44.
  2. McQuisten KA, Peek AS . (2007) Identification of sequence motifs significantly associated with antisense activity. BMC Bioinform, 8(1):184.
  3. Lennox KA, Sabel JL, Johnson MJ, Moreira BG, Fletcher CA, Rose SD, Behlke MA, Laikhter AL, Walder JA, Dagle JM . (2006) Characterization of modified antisense oligonucleotides in Xenopus laevis embryos. Oligonucleotides, 16(1):26–42.
  4. Conrad AH, Behlke MA, Jaffredo T, Conrad GW. (1998) Optimal lipofection reagent varies with the molecular modifications of the DNA. Antisense Nucleic Acid Drug Dev, 8(5):427–434.
  5. Potts JD, Dagle JM, Walder JA, Weeks DL, Runyan RB. (1991) Epithelial-mesenchymal transformation of embryonic cardiac endothelial cells is inhibited by a modified antisense oligodeoxynucleotide to transforming growth factor beta 3. PNAS, 88(4):1516–1520.
  6. Dagle JM, Andracki ME, DeVine RJ, Walder JA. (1991) Physical properties of oligonucleotides containing phosphoramidate-modified internucleoside linkages. Nucleic Acids Res, 19(8):1805–1810.
  7. Dagle JM, Weeks DL, Walder JA. (1991) Pathways of degradation and mechanism of action of antisense oligonucleotides in Xenopus laevis embryos. Antisense Res Dev, 1(1):11–20.
  8. Eder PS, DeVine RJ, Dagle JM, Walder JA. (1991) Substrate specificity and kinetics of degradation of antisense oligonucleotides by a 3' exonuclease in plasma. Antisense Res Dev, 1(2):141–151.
  9. Dagle JM, Walder JA, Weeks L. (1990) Targeted degradation of mRNA in Xenopus oocytes and embryos directed by modified oligonucleotides: studies of An2 and cyclin in embryogenesis . Nucleic Acids Res, 18(16):4751–4757.