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RNA-interference-directed chromatin modification coupled to RNA polymerase II transcription
Schramke V,
Sheedy DM,
Denli AM,
Bonila C,
Ekwall K,
Hannon GJ,
Allshire RC

Nature
  435 (7046): 1275-1279; Jun 2005  
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Erratum (Retracted article): RNA-interference-directed chromatin modification coupled to RNA polymerase II transcription (Nature (2005) 435 (1275-1279))
Schramke V,
Sheedy DM,
Denli AM,
Bonila C,
Ekwall K,
Hannon GJ,
Allshire RC

Nature
  437 (7061): 1057; 2005  
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Erratum: RNA interference is required for normal centromere function in fission yeast (Chromosome Research (2003) 11 (137-146))
Volpe T,
Schramke V,
Hamilton GL,
White SA,
Teng G,
Martienssen RA,
Allshire RC

Chromosome Research
  11 (6): 584; 2003  
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RNA interference is required for normal centromere function in fission yeast
Volpe T,
Schramke V,
Hamilton GL,
White SA,
Teng G,
Martienssen RA,
Allshire RC

Chromosome research : an international journal on the molecular, supramolecular and evolutionary aspects of chromosome biology
  11 (2): 137-46; 2003  
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Fission yeast CENP-B homologs nucleate centromeric heterochromatin by promoting heterochromatin-specific histone tail modifications
Nakagawa H,
Lee JK,
Hurwitz J,
Allshire RC,
Nakayama J,
Grewal SI,
Tanaka K,
Murakami Y

Genes Development
  16 (14): 1766-1778; Jul 2002  
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Role for DNA polymerase alpha in epigenetic control of transcriptional silencing in fission yeast
Nakayama J,
Allshire RC,
Klar AJ,
Grewal SI

Embo Journal
  20 (11): 2857-2866; Jun 2001  
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Extensive Telomere Repeat Arrays in Mouse Are Hypervariable
Starling JA,
Maule J,
Hastie ND,
Allshire RC

Nucleic Acids Research
  18 (23): 6881-6888; Dec 1990  
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Human Telomeres Contain at Least Three Types of G-Rich Repeat Distributed Non-Randomly
Allshire RC,
Dempster M,
Hastie ND

Nucleic Acids Research
  17 (12): 4611-4628; 1989  
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