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(underlined names are for co-first authored papers)

  1. Fang R., Moss W.N., Rutenberg-Schoenberg M., and Simon M.D. “Probing Xist RNA Structure in Cells Using Targeted Structure-Seq” PLoS Genetics. 2015; 11(12): e1005668.
  2. Soszynska-Jozwiak M., Michalak P., Moss W.N., Kierzek R., and Kierzek E. “A Conserved Secondary Structural Element in the Coding Region of the Influenza A Virus Nucleoprotein (NP) mRNA Is Important for the Regulation of Viral Proliferation” PLoS ONE. 2015; 10(10): e0141132.
  3. Moss W.N., and Steitz J.A. “In silico discovery and modeling of non-coding RNA structure in viruses” Methods. 2015; pii: S1046-2023(15)30003-7.
  4. Cao S, Moss W.N., O’Grady T, Concha M, Strong MJ, Wang X, Yu Y, Baddoo M, Zhang K, Fewell C, Lin Z., Dong Y., and Flemington E.K. “New Noncoding Lytic Transcripts Derived from the Epstein-Barr Virus Latency Origin of Replication, oriP, Are Hyperedited, Bind the Paraspeckle Protein, NONO/p54nrb, and Support Viral Lytic Transcription” J Virol. 2015 89(14):7120-32.
  5. Lee N., Moss W.N., Yario T, and Steitz J.A. “EBV Noncoding RNA Binds Nascent RNA to Drive Host PAX5 to Viral DNA” Cell. 2015; 160(4):607–618.
  6. Cao S., Strong M.J., Wang X., Moss W.N., Concha M., Lin Z., O’Grady T., Baddoo M., Fewell C., Renne R., and Flemington E.K. “High-Throughput RNA sequencing based virome analysis of 50 lymphoma cell lines from the Cancer Cell Line Encyclopedia project.” J Virol. 2015; 89(1):713-29.
  7. Jiang T.J., Kennedy S.D., Moss W.N., Kierzek E.,  and Turner D.H. Secondary Structure of a Conserved Domain in an Intron of Influenza A M1 mRNA. Biochemistry 2014; DOI: 10.1021/bi500611j.
  8. Moss W.N. Analyses of non-coding RNAs generated from the Epstein–Barr virus W repeat region. Proceedings IWBBIO 2014 ; 238-252.
  9. Moss W.N., Lee N, Pimienta G, Steitz J.A. RNA families in Epstein–Barr virus. RNA Biology 2014; 11:1-8.
  10. Dela-Moss L.I., Moss W.N., and Turner D.H.Identification of conserved RNA secondary structures at influenza B and C splice sites reveals similarities and differences between influenza A, B, and C. BMC Research Notes 2014, 7:22.
  11. Moss, W.N., and Steitz, J.A. 2013. Genome-wide analyses of Epstein-Barr virus reveal conserved RNA structures and a novel stable intronic sequence RNA. BMC Genomics 14, 543.
  12. Moss, W.N. 2013 Computational prediction of RNA secondary structure. Methods Enzymol. 530, 3-65.
  13. Priore, S.F., Baman, J., Moss, W.N., Dela-Moss, L.I., Kierzek, E., Kierzek, R., and Turner, D.H. 2013. Secondary Structure of a Conserved Domain in the Intron of Influenza A NS1 mRNA. PLoS One 8(9), e70615.
  14. Priore, S.F., Moss, W.N., and Turner, D.H. 2013. Influenza B virus has global ordered RNA structure in (+) and (-) strands but relatively less stable predicted RNA folding free energy than allowed by the encoded protein sequence. BMC Research Notes 6, 330.
  15. Moss, W.N., Dela-Moss, L.I., Priore, S.F., and Turner, D.H. 2012. The influenza A segment 7 mRNA 3′ splice site pseudoknot/hairpin family. RNA Biology 9, 1-6.
  16. Moss, W.N., Dela-Moss, L.I., Kierzek, E., Kierzek, R., Priore, S.F., and Turner, D.H. 2012. The 3′ splice site of influenza A segment mRNA can exist in two conformations: a pseudoknot and a hairpin. PLoS ONE 7(6), e38323.
  17. Priore, S.F., Moss, W.N., and Turner, D.H. 2012 Influenza A virus coding regions exhibit host-specific global ordered RNA structure. PLoS ONE 7(4), e35989.
  18. Moss, W.N., Priore, S.F., and Turner, D.H. 2011. Identification of potential conserved RNA secondary structure throughout influenza A coding regions. RNA 17, 991-1011.
  19. Moss, W.N., Eickbush, D.G., Lopez, M.J., Eickbush, T.H., and D.H. Turner, D.H. 2011. The R2 retrotransposon RNA families. RNA Biology 8, 714-718.
  20. Mathews, D.H., Moss, W.N., and Turner, D.H. 2010. Folding and finding RNA secondary structure. RNA Worlds, 4th Edition (ed., Atkins, J.F, Gesteland, R.F., and Cech, T.R.). Cold Spring Harbor Press, Cold Spring Harbor cited as: Cold Spring Harb. Perspect. Biol. DOI:10.1101/cshperspect.a003665.
  21. Kierzek, E., Christensen, S.M., Eickbush, T.H., Kierzek, R., Turner, D.H., and Moss, W.N. 2009. Secondary structures for 5′ regions of R2 retrotransposon RNAs reveal a novel conserved pseudoknot and regions that evolve under different constraints. J. Mol. Biol. 390, 428-42.
  22. Kierzek, E., Kierzek, R., Moss, W.N., Christensen, S.M., Eickbush, T.H., and Turner, D.H. 2008. Isoenergetic penta- and hexanucleotide microarray probing and chemical mapping provide a secondary structure model for an RNA element orchestrating R2 retrotransposon protein function. Nucleic Acids Res.  36, 1770-82.
  23. Brenner, E.D., Katari, M.S., Stevenson, D.W., Rudd, S.A., Douglas, A.W., Moss, W.N., Twigg, R.W., Runko, S.J., Stellari, G.M., McCombie, W.R. and Coruzzi, G.M. 2005. EST analysis in Ginkgo biloba: an assessment of conserved developmental regulators and gymnosperm specific genes. BMC Genomics 6,143.
  24. Moss, W.N., and Goroff, N.S. 2005. Theoretical analysis of the 13C NMR of iodoalkynes upon complexation with Lewis bases. J. Org. Chem. 70, 802-808.
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