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  • Kufel J., Grzechnik P. (2019) snoRNAs tell a different tale. Trends Genet., 35, 104-117, DOI: 10.1016/j.tig.2018.11.005 Review. [PDF]

  • Pettinati I., Grzechnik P., Ribeiro de Almeida C., Brem J., McDonough M.A., Dhir S., Gannon J., Proudfoot N.J., Schofield C.J. (2018) Biosynthesis of histone messenger RNA employs a specific 3’ endonuclease. eLife, 7 pii:398865, DOI: 10.7554/eLife.39865 [PDF]

  • Lidschreiber M., Easter A.D., Battaglia S., Rodríguez-Molina R.B., Casañal A., Carminati M., Baejen C., Grzechnik P., Maier K.C., Cramer P., Passmore L.A. (2018) The APT complex is involved in non-coding RNA transcription and is distinct from CPF. Nucleic Acids Res. 46,11528-38 [PDF]

  • Grzechnik P.*, Szczepaniak A.S., Dhir S., Pastucha A., Parslow H., Matuszek Z., Mischo H., Kufel J., Proudfoot N.J. (2018) Nuclear fate of yeast snoRNA is determined by co-transcriptional Rnt1 cleavage. Nat. Commun., 9:1783. *joint communication author [PDF]

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  • Grzechnik P., Tan-Wong S.M., Proudfoot N.J. (2014) Terminate and make a loop: regulation of transcriptional directionality. Trends Biochem. Sci. 39, 319-327. Review. [PDF]

  • Skowronek E., Grzechnik P., Späth B., Marchfelder A., Kufel J. (2014) tRNA 3' processing in yeast involves tRNase Z, Rex1, and Rrp6. RNA 20, 115-30. [PDF]

  • Mischo H.E., Gómez-González B., Grzechnik P., Rondón A.G., Wei W., Steinmetz L., Aguilera A., Proudfoot N.J. (2011) Yeast Sen1 helicase protects the genome from transcription-associated instability. Mol. Cell 41, 21-32. [PDF]

  • Grzechnik P., Kufel J. (2008) Polyadenylation linked to transcription termination directs the processing of snoRNA precursors in yeast. Mol. Cell 32, 247-58. [PDF]

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