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SELEX


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SELEX

Libraries for genomic SELEX

Specific SR protein‐dependent splicing substrates identified through genomic SELEX

Interaction of C5 protein with RNA aptamers selected by SELEX

Density-dependent cooperative non-specific binding in solid-phase SELEX affinity selection

HTPSELEX—a database of high-throughput SELEX libraries for transcription factor binding sites

Interactions of Escherichia coli RNA with bacteriophage MS2 coat protein: genomic SELEX

Identification of sequence–structure RNA binding motifs for SELEX-derived aptamers

Aptamer base: a collaborative knowledge base to describe aptamers and SELEX experiments

Large scale analysis of the mutational landscape in HT-SELEX improves aptamer discovery

Transcription profile of Escherichia coli: genomic SELEX search for regulatory targets of transcription factors

Combining SELEX with quantitative assays to rapidly obtain accurate models of protein–DNA interactions

BLACK, George Philip (born 1932), Royal Air Force, retired 1987; Defence Consultant: BAE SYSTEMS, 2001–05; SELEX Galileo Ltd (formerly SELEX (Sensors and Airborne Systems)), 2000–11

Crystal structure of Hfq from Bacillus subtilis in complex with SELEX-derived RNA aptamer: insight into RNA-binding properties of bacterial Hfq

New NTP analogs: the synthesis of 4′-thioUTP and 4′-thioCTP and their utility for SELEX

RNA aptamers to the adenosine moiety of S-adenosyl methionine: structural inferences from variations on a theme and the reproducibility of SELEX

SELEX and missing phosphate contact analyses reveal flexibility within the AP-2α protein:DNA binding complex

Using sequence logos and information analysis of Lrp DNA binding sites to investigate discrepancies between natural selection and SELEX

SELEX_DB: an activated database on selected randomized DNA/RNA sequences addressed to genomic sequence annotation

 

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