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    YearTitleJournalAuthorsApplication(s)
    2014Time-resolved fluorescence of 2-aminopurine in DNA duplexes in the presence of the EcoP15I Type III restriction-modification enzymeBiochem Biophys Res CommunMa L, Wu X, Wilson GG, Jones AC, Dryden DT
    2014Type I restriction enzymes and their relativesNucleic Acids ResLoenen WA, Dryden DT, Raleigh EA, Wilson GG
    2014Whole-genome haplotyping using long reads and statistical methods.Nature BiotechnologyKuleshov, K. et al.
    2014Wilms tumor protein recognizes 5-carboxylcytosine within a specific DNA sequenceGenes DevHashimoto H, Olanrewaju YO, Zheng Y, Wilson GG, Zhang X, Cheng X
    2014Wolbachia endosymbionts and human disease controlMol. Biochem. Parasitol.Slatko, B. E., Luck, A. N., Dobson, S. L. and Foster, J. M.
    2014Type II restriction endonucleases-a historical perspective and moreNucleic Acids ResPingoud A, Wilson GG, Wende W
    2014Structural basis for Klf4 recognition of methylated DNANucleic Acids ResearchYiwei Liu, Yusuf Olatunde Olanrewaju, Yu Zheng, Hideharu Hashimoto, Robert M. Blumenthal, Xing Zhang, Xiaodong Cheng
    2014Structure and mutagenesis of the DNA modification-dependent restriction endonuclease AspBHISci RepHorton JR, Nugent RL, Li A, Mabuchi MY, Fomenkov A, Cohen-Karni D, Griggs RM, Zhang X, Wilson GG, Zheng Y, Xu SY, Cheng X
    2014Structure of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine-specific restriction enzyme AbaSI in complex with DNANucleic Acids ResHorton JR, Borgaro JG, Griggs RM, Quimby A, Guan S, Zhang X, Wilson GG, Zheng Y, Zhu Z, Cheng X
    2014Strand Invasion Based Amplification (SIBA®): A Novel Isothermal DNA Amplification Technology Demonstrating High Specificity and Sensitivity for a Single Molecule of Target AnalytePLoS OneHoser MJ, Mansukoski HK, Morrical SW, Eboigbodin KE