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Henry III of England and the Staufen Empire, 1216-1272

Henry III of England and the Staufen Empire, 1216–1272

Staufen1-mediated mRNA decay induces Requiem mRNA decay through binding of Staufen1 to the Requiem 3′UTR

Cell cycle-dependent regulation of the RNA-binding protein Staufen1

Mouse staufen genes are expressed in germ cells during oogenesis and spermatogenesis

Functional signature for the recognition of specific target mRNAs by human Staufen1 protein

Staufen1 promotes HCV replication by inhibiting protein kinase R and transporting viral RNA to the site of translation and replication in the cells

The downregulation of the RNA-binding protein Staufen2 in response to DNA damage promotes apoptosis

Interaction of influenza virus NS1 protein and the human homologue of Staufen in vivo and in vitro

Interaction of Staufen1 with the 5′ end of mRNA facilitates translation of these RNAs

The composition of Staufen‐containing RNA granules from human cells indicates their role in the regulated transport and translation of messenger RNAs

Genome-wide analysis of Staufen-associated mRNAs identifies secondary structures that confer target specificity

Muscle-specific expression of the RNA-binding protein Staufen1 induces progressive skeletal muscle atrophy via regulation of phosphatase tensin homolog

Björn K. U. Weiler. Henry III of England and the Staufen Empire, 1216–1272. (Studies in History, new series.) London: Royal Historical Society and Boydell Press. 2006. Pp. xi, 247. $80.00


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The castle of Staufen, built by Duke Frederick of Swabia and then turned into a monastery, gave its name to one of the most important imperial dynasties. We know little ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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