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Chris M Brown
Chris M Brown
Associate Professor, Biochemistry, University of Otago
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The identity of the base following the stop codon determines the efficiency of in vivo translational termination in Escherichia coli.
ES Poole, CM Brown, WP Tate
The EMBO journal 14 (1), 151-158, 1995
3481995
Translational termination efficiency in mammals is influenced by the base following the stop codon.
KK McCaughan, CM Brown, ME Dalphin, MJ Berry, WP Tate
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (12), 5431-5435, 1995
3291995
CRISPRTarget: bioinformatic prediction and analysis of crRNA targets
A Biswas, JN Gagnon, SJJ Brouns, PC Fineran, CM Brown
RNA biology 10 (5), 817-827, 2013
2772013
CRISPRDetect: a flexible algorithm to define CRISPR arrays
A Biswas, RHJ Staals, SE Morales, PC Fineran, CM Brown
BMC genomics 17 (1), 1-14, 2016
2482016
Visualization of RNA–protein interactions in living cells: FMRP and IMP1 interact on mRNAs
O Rackham, CM Brown
The EMBO journal 23 (16), 3346-3355, 2004
2412004
Effect of 5'UTR introns on gene expression in Arabidopsis thaliana
BYW Chung, C Simons, AE Firth, CM Brown, RP Hellens
BMC genomics 7, 1-13, 2006
2322006
Sequence analysis suggests that tetra-nucleotides signal the termination of protein synthesis in eukaryotes
CM Brown, PA Stockwell, CNA Trotman, WP Tate
Nucleic acids research 18 (21), 6339-6345, 1990
2231990
Translational termination:" stop" for protein synthesis or" pause" for regulation of gene expression
WP Tate, CM Brown
Biochemistry 31 (9), 2443-2450, 1992
1641992
The signal for the termination of protein synthesis in procaryotes
CM Brown, PA Stockwell, CNA Trotman, WP Tate
Nucleic acids research 18 (8), 2079-2086, 1990
1571990
Global or local? Predicting secondary structure and accessibility in mRNAs
SJ Lange, D Maticzka, M Möhl, JN Gagnon, CM Brown, R Backofen
Nucleic acids research 40 (12), 5215-5226, 2012
1542012
Interference-driven spacer acquisition is dominant over naive and primed adaptation in a native CRISPR–Cas system
RHJ Staals, SA Jackson, A Biswas, SJJ Brouns, CM Brown, PC Fineran
Nature communications 7 (1), 12853, 2016
1382016
Local and distant sequences are required for efficient readthrough of the barley yellow dwarf virus PAV coat protein gene stop codon
CM Brown, SP Dinesh-Kumar, WA Miller
Journal of virology 70 (9), 5884-5892, 1996
1321996
Detecting overlapping coding sequences in virus genomes
AE Firth, CM Brown
BMC bioinformatics 7, 1-6, 2006
952006
The emerging world of small ORFs
RP Hellens, CM Brown, MAW Chisnall, PM Waterhouse, RC Macknight
Trends in plant science 21 (4), 317-328, 2016
942016
Translational termination efficiency in both bacteria and mammals is regulated by the base following the stop codon
WP Tate, ES Poole, JA Horsfield, SA Mannering, CM Brown, JG Moffat, ...
Biochemistry and cell biology 73 (11-12), 1095-1103, 1995
931995
The translational termination signal database
CM Brown, ME Dalphin, PA Stockwell, WP Tate
Nucleic acids research 21 (13), 3119-3123, 1993
901993
Direct recognition of mRNA stop signals by Escherichia coli polypeptide chain release factor two
CM Brown, WP Tate
Journal of Biological Chemistry 269 (52), 33164-33170, 1994
841994
Transterm: a database to aid the analysis of regulatory sequences in mRNAs
GH Jacobs, A Chen, SG Stevens, PA Stockwell, MA Black, WP Tate, ...
Nucleic acids research 37 (suppl 1), D72-D76, 2009
722009
New punctuation for the genetic code: luteovirus gene expression
WA Miller, CM Brown, S Wang
Seminars in Virology 8 (1), 3-13, 1997
721997
Two regions of the Escherichia coli 16S ribosomal RNA are important for decoding stop signals in polypeptide chain termination
CM Brown, KK McCaughan, WP Tate
Nucleic acids research 21 (9), 2109-2115, 1993
681993
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