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Exposure to environmental enrichment attenuates addiction-like behavior and alters molecular effects of heroin self-administration in rats.

Imperio CG, McFalls AJ, Hadad N, Blanco-Berdugo L, Masser DR, Colechio EM, Coffey AA, Bixler GV, Stanford DR, Vrana KE, Grigson PS, Freeman WM.

Neuropharmacology. 2018 Jun 28;139:26-40. doi: 10.1016/j.neuropharm.2018.06.037. [Epub ahead of print]

PMID:
29964093
2.

Caloric restriction mitigates age-associated hippocampal differential CG and non-CG methylation.

Hadad N, Unnikrishnan A, Jackson JA, Masser DR, Otalora L, Stanford DR, Richardson A, Freeman WM.

Neurobiol Aging. 2018 Jul;67:53-66. doi: 10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2018.03.009. Epub 2018 Mar 16.

PMID:
29631215
3.

Analysis of DNA modifications in aging research.

Masser DR, Hadad N, Porter H, Stout MB, Unnikrishnan A, Stanford DR, Freeman WM.

Geroscience. 2018 Feb;40(1):11-29. doi: 10.1007/s11357-018-0005-3. Epub 2018 Jan 11. Review.

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Sexually divergent DNA methylation patterns with hippocampal aging.

Masser DR, Hadad N, Porter HL, Mangold CA, Unnikrishnan A, Ford MM, Giles CB, Georgescu C, Dozmorov MG, Wren JD, Richardson A, Stanford DR, Freeman WM.

Aging Cell. 2017 Dec;16(6):1342-1352. doi: 10.1111/acel.12681. Epub 2017 Sep 25.

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Absence of genomic hypomethylation or regulation of cytosine-modifying enzymes with aging in male and female mice.

Hadad N, Masser DR, Logan S, Wronowski B, Mangold CA, Clark N, Otalora L, Unnikrishnan A, Ford MM, Giles CB, Wren JD, Richardson A, Sonntag WE, Stanford DR, Freeman W.

Epigenetics Chromatin. 2016 Jul 13;9:30. doi: 10.1186/s13072-016-0080-6. eCollection 2016.

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Bisulfite oligonucleotide-capture sequencing for targeted base- and strand-specific absolute 5-methylcytosine quantitation.

Masser DR, Stanford DR, Hadad N, Giles CB, Wren JD, Sonntag WE, Richardson A, Freeman WM.

Age (Dordr). 2016 Jun;38(3):49. doi: 10.1007/s11357-016-9914-1. Epub 2016 Apr 18.

7.

CNS-wide Sexually Dimorphic Induction of the Major Histocompatibility Complex 1 Pathway With Aging.

Mangold CA, Masser DR, Stanford DR, Bixler GV, Pisupati A, Giles CB, Wren JD, Ford MM, Sonntag WE, Freeman WM.

J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2017 Jan;72(1):16-29. Epub 2016 Jan 18.

8.

Targeted DNA methylation analysis by next-generation sequencing.

Masser DR, Stanford DR, Freeman WM.

J Vis Exp. 2015 Feb 24;(96). doi: 10.3791/52488.

9.

Division of labor among the yeast Sol proteins implicated in tRNA nuclear export and carbohydrate metabolism.

Stanford DR, Whitney ML, Hurto RL, Eisaman DM, Shen WC, Hopper AK.

Genetics. 2004 Sep;168(1):117-27.

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Maf1p, a negative effector of RNA polymerase III in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Pluta K, Lefebvre O, Martin NC, Smagowicz WJ, Stanford DR, Ellis SR, Hopper AK, Sentenac A, Boguta M.

Mol Cell Biol. 2001 Aug;21(15):5031-40.

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Role of nuclear pools of aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases in tRNA nuclear export.

Azad AK, Stanford DR, Sarkar S, Hopper AK.

Mol Biol Cell. 2001 May;12(5):1381-92.

13.

Antagonistic effects of NES and NLS motifs determine S. cerevisiae Rna1p subcellular distribution.

Feng W, Benko AL, Lee JH, Stanford DR, Hopper AK.

J Cell Sci. 1999 Feb;112 ( Pt 3):339-47.

14.

Saccharomyces cerevisiae Mod5p-II contains sequences antagonistic for nuclear and cytosolic locations.

Tolerico LH, Benko AL, Aris JP, Stanford DR, Martin NC, Hopper AK.

Genetics. 1999 Jan;151(1):57-75.

15.

A 2'-phosphotransferase implicated in tRNA splicing is essential in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Culver GM, McCraith SM, Consaul SA, Stanford DR, Phizicky EM.

J Biol Chem. 1997 May 16;272(20):13203-10.

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SRD1, a S. cerevisiae gene affecting pre-rRNA processing contains a C2/C2 zinc finger motif.

Hess SM, Stanford DR, Hopper AK.

Nucleic Acids Res. 1994 Apr 11;22(7):1265-71.

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STP1, a gene involved in pre-tRNA processing, encodes a nuclear protein containing zinc finger motifs.

Wang SS, Stanford DR, Silvers CD, Hopper AK.

Mol Cell Biol. 1992 Jun;12(6):2633-43.

20.

A U6 snRNA gene with an internal promoter is juxtaposed to an snRNP protein sequence within an intron of a human G protein gene.

Wieben ED, Vrabel AM, Holicky EL, Klisak I, Sparkes RS, Stanford DR.

Nucleic Acids Res. 1991 Jun 11;19(11):2869-74.

21.

The snRNP E protein multigene family contains five pseudogenes with common mutations.

Stanford DR, Holicky EL, Perry CA, Rehder K Jr, Harvey SE, Rohleder AM, Wieben ED.

DNA Seq. 1991;1(5):357-63.

PMID:
1839226
22.

Assignment of the gene for the small nuclear ribonucleoprotein E (SNRPE) to human chromosome 1q25-q43.

Neiswanger K, Stanford DR, Sparkes RS, Nishimura D, Mohandas T, Klisak I, Heinzmann C, Wieben ED.

Genomics. 1990 Aug;7(4):503-8.

PMID:
2143747
23.

MspI RFLP for SNRNPE gene on 1q.

Nishimura DY, Wieben ED, Stanford DR, Murray JC.

Nucleic Acids Res. 1989 Nov 11;17(21):8896. No abstract available.

24.

Database pollution.

Stanford DR, Penniston JT, Wieben ED.

Nature. 1989 Nov 2;342(6245):24. No abstract available.

PMID:
2530451
25.

The complete primary structure of the human snRNP E protein.

Stanford DR, Kehl M, Perry CA, Holicky EL, Harvey SE, Rohleder AM, Rehder K Jr, Luhrmann R, Wieben ED.

Nucleic Acids Res. 1988 Nov 25;16(22):10593-605.

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The small nuclear ribonucleoprotein E protein gene contains four introns and has upstream similarities to genes for ribosomal proteins.

Stanford DR, Perry CA, Holicky EL, Rohleder AM, Wieben ED.

J Biol Chem. 1988 Nov 25;263(33):17772-9.

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Complete primary structure of a human plasma membrane Ca2+ pump.

Verma AK, Filoteo AG, Stanford DR, Wieben ED, Penniston JT, Strehler EE, Fischer R, Heim R, Vogel G, Mathews S, et al.

J Biol Chem. 1988 Oct 5;263(28):14152-9.

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The major clotting protein from guinea pig seminal vesicle contains eight repeats of a 24-amino acid domain.

Moore JT, Hagstrom J, McCormick DJ, Harvey S, Madden B, Holicky E, Stanford DR, Wieben ED.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1987 Oct;84(19):6712-4.

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Comparison of basement membrane matrix degradation by purified proteases and by metastatic tumor cells.

Starkey JR, Stanford DR, Magnuson JA, Hamner S, Robertson NP, Gasic GJ.

J Cell Biochem. 1987 Sep;35(1):31-49.

PMID:
3312246
30.

DNA sequence of a human Sm autoimmune antigen. The multigene family contains a processed pseudogene.

Stanford DR, Rohleder A, Neiswanger K, Wieben ED.

J Biol Chem. 1987 Jul 25;262(21):9931-4.

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The role of tumor-cell surface carbohydrate in experimental metastasis.

Stanford DR, Starkey JR, Magnuson JA.

Int J Cancer. 1986 Mar 15;37(3):435-44.

PMID:
3753958
32.

Cell surface thiols, but not intracellular glutathione, are essential for cytolysis by a cloned murine natural killer cell line.

Ristow SS, Starkey JR, Stanford DR, Davis WC, Brooks CG.

Immunol Invest. 1985 Oct;14(5):401-14.

PMID:
4077154
33.

Interaction of metastatic tumor cells with bovine lens capsule basement membrane.

Starkey JR, Hosick HL, Stanford DR, Liggitt HD.

Cancer Res. 1984 Apr;44(4):1585-94.

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In vitro characteristics of metastatic variant subclones of restricted genetic origin.

Talmadge JE, Starkey JR, Stanford DR.

J Supramol Struct Cell Biochem. 1981;15(2):139-51.

PMID:
6965090

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