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Schmidt C.A. and Matera A.G. (2020). tRNA introns: Presence, processing, and purpose.  Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews RNA 11: e1583. Epub 28 Dec 2019. PMID: 31883233

Raimer A.C., Gray K.M. and Matera A.G. (2017).  SMN – A chaperone for nuclear RNP social occasions?  RNA Biology 14: 701-711.

Matera A.G. and Wang Z. (2014). A day in the life of the spliceosome. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 15: 108–121.

Matera A.G. (2015). Twenty years of RNA: Reflections from the RNP worldRNA  21: 690-691.

Rajendra T.K., Praveen K. and Matera A.G. (2010).  Genetic analysis of nuclear bodies: From nondeterministic chaos to deterministic order.  Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 75: 365-74.

Matera A.G., Izaguire-Sierra M., Praveen K. and Rajendra T.K. (2009). Nuclear Bodies: Random aggregates of sticky proteins or crucibles of macromolecular assembly?  Developmental Cell 17: 639-647.

Matera A.G., Terns R.M. and Terns M.P. (2007).  Non-coding RNAs: Lessons from the snRNAs and snoRNAs.  Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 8: 209-220.

Matera A.G. (2006). Drosophila Cajal bodies: Accessories not includedJournal of Cell Biology 172: 791-793.

Matera A.G. and Shpargel K.B. (2006).  Pumping RNA: Nuclear bodybuilding along the RNP pipeline. Current Opinion in Cell Biology 18: 317-324.

Tucker K.E. and Matera A.G.  (2005). The Cajal Body: A nuclear gathering place. In: Visions of the Cell Nucleus, P. Hemmerich and S. Diekmann (eds.), pp. 159-171. American Scientific Publishers, Stevenson Ranch, CA.

Matera A.G. and Hebert M.D. (2001).  The survival motor neurons protein uses its ZPR for nuclear translocation.  Nature Cell Biology 3: E93-E95.

Matera A.G. (1999).  Nuclear Bodies:  Multifaceted subdomains of the interchromatin spaceTrends in Cell Biology  9: 302-309.

Wolin S.L. and Matera A.G. (1999). The trials and travels of tRNA. Genes & Development 13:1-10.