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1. A SELEX-Screened Aptamer of Human Hepatitis B Virus RNA Encapsidation Signal Suppresses Viral Replication

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3. Chaperones Activate Hepadnavirus Reverse Transcriptase by Transiently Exposing a C-Proximal Region in the Terminal Protein Domain That Contributes to ε RNA Binding �

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4. Impairment of Cerebral Perfusion and Infarct Patterns Attributable to Vasospasm After Aneurysmal

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5. Restenosis after microsurgical non-patch carotid endarterectomy in 586 patients

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6. Efficient hammerhead ribozyme-mediated cleavage of the structured heapatitis B virus encapsidation signal in vitro and in cell extracts, but not in intact cells


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7. Formation of a Functional Hepatitis B Virus Replication Initiation Complex Involves a Major Structural Alteration in the RNA Template

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8. Hepatitis B virus replication

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17206754  
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9. Reconstitution of a Functional Duck Hepatitis B Virus Replication Initiation Complex from Separate Reverse Transcriptase Domains Expressed in Escherichia coli

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10. A Tyr Residue in the Reverse Transcriptase Domain Can Mimic the Protein-Priming Tyr Residue in the Terminal Protein Domain of a Hepadnavirus P Protein ▿†

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