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ASCT2/SLC1A5 controls glutamine uptake and tumour growth in triple-negative basal-like breast cancer
M van Geldermalsen, Q Wang, R Nagarajah, AD Marshall, A Thoeng, ...
Oncogene 35 (24), 3201-3208, 2016
Orchestrated intron retention regulates normal granulocyte differentiation
JJL Wong, W Ritchie, OA Ebner, M Selbach, JWH Wong, Y Huang, D Gao, ...
Cell 154 (3), 583-595, 2013
Targeting ASCT2‐mediated glutamine uptake blocks prostate cancer growth and tumour development
Q Wang, RA Hardie, AJ Hoy, M Van Geldermalsen, D Gao, L Fazli, ...
The Journal of pathology 236 (3), 278-289, 2015
Genome-wide characterization of the routes to pluripotency
SMI Hussein, MC Puri, PD Tonge, M Benevento, AJ Corso, JL Clancy, ...
Nature 516 (7530), 198-206, 2014
IRFinder: assessing the impact of intron retention on mammalian gene expression
R Middleton, D Gao, A Thomas, B Singh, A Au, JJL Wong, A Bomane, ...
Genome biology 18, 1-11, 2017
Targeting amino acid transport in metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer: effects on cell cycle, cell growth, and tumor development
Q Wang, J Tiffen, CG Bailey, ML Lehman, W Ritchie, L Fazli, C Metierre, ...
Journal of the National Cancer Institute 105 (19), 1463-1473, 2013
Nuclear-localized tiny RNAs are associated with transcription initiation and splice sites in metazoans
RJ Taft, C Simons, S Nahkuri, H Oey, DJ Korbie, TR Mercer, J Holst, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 17 (8), 1030-1034, 2010
A liver capsular network of monocyte-derived macrophages restricts hepatic dissemination of intraperitoneal bacteria by neutrophil recruitment
F Sierro, M Evrard, S Rizzetto, M Melino, AJ Mitchell, M Florido, L Beattie, ...
Immunity 47 (2), 374-388. e6, 2017
Intron retention in mRNA: No longer nonsense: Known and putative roles of intron retention in normal and disease biology
JJL Wong, AYM Au, W Ritchie, JEJ Rasko
Bioessays 38 (1), 41-49, 2016
Predicting microRNA targets and functions: traps for the unwary
W Ritchie, S Flamant, JEJ Rasko
Nature methods 6 (6), 397-398, 2009
Real-time tracking of cell cycle progression during CD8+ effector and memory T-cell differentiation
I Kinjyo, J Qin, SY Tan, CJ Wellard, P Mrass, W Ritchie, A Doi, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 6301, 2015
Micro-RNA response to imatinib mesylate in patients with chronic myeloid leukemia
S Flamant, W Ritchie, J Guilhot, J Holst, ML Bonnet, JC Chomel, F Guilhot, ...
Haematologica 95 (8), 1325, 2010
ASTD: the alternative splicing and transcript diversity database
G Koscielny, V Le Texier, C Gopalakrishnan, V Kumanduri, JJ Riethoven, ...
Genomics 93 (3), 213-220, 2009
Intron retention is regulated by altered MeCP2-mediated splicing factor recruitment
JJL Wong, D Gao, TV Nguyen, CT Kwok, M van Geldermalsen, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 15134, 2017
A dynamic intron retention program in the mammalian megakaryocyte and erythrocyte lineages
CR Edwards, W Ritchie, JJL Wong, U Schmitz, R Middleton, X An, ...
Blood, The Journal of the American Society of Hematology 127 (17), e24-e34, 2016
Global microRNA profiling of the mouse ventricles during development of severe hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and heart failure
RD Bagnall, T Tsoutsman, RE Shephard, W Ritchie, C Semsarian
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e44744, 2012
mimiRNA: a microRNA expression profiler and classification resource designed to identify functional correlations between microRNAs and their targets
W Ritchie, S Flamant, JEJ Rasko
Bioinformatics 26 (2), 223-227, 2010
Intron retention enhances gene regulatory complexity in vertebrates
U Schmitz, N Pinello, F Jia, S Alasmari, W Ritchie, MC Keightley, S Shini, ...
Genome biology 18, 1-15, 2017
RNA stem–loops: To be or not to be cleaved by RNAse III
W Ritchie, M Legendre, D Gautheret
Rna 13 (4), 457-462, 2007
Differential repression of alternative transcripts: a screen for miRNA targets
M Legendre, W Ritchie, F Lopez, D Gautheret
PLoS computational biology 2 (5), e43, 2006
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