Paul M. Harrison
Paul M. Harrison
Professor of Biology, McGill University
Verified email at mcgill.ca
TitleCited byYear
Ataxia in prion protein (PrP)-deficient mice is associated with upregulation of the novel PrP-like protein doppel
RC Moore, IY Lee, GL Silverman, PM Harrison, R Strome, C Heinrich, ...
Journal of molecular biology 292 (4), 797-817, 1999
6071999
The prion folding problem
PM Harrison, P Bamborough, V Daggett, SB Prusiner, FE Cohen
Current opinion in structural biology 7 (1), 53-59, 1997
4021997
Millions of years of evolution preserved: a comprehensive catalog of the processed pseudogenes in the human genome
Z Zhang, PM Harrison, Y Liu, M Gerstein
Genome research 13 (12), 2541-2558, 2003
3842003
Structural genomics: a new era for pharmaceutical research
Y Liu, NM Luscombe, V Alexandrov, P Bertone, P Harrison, Z Zhang, ...
Genome biology 3 (2), reports4004. 1, 2002
349*2002
The transcriptional activity of human Chromosome 22
JL Rinn, G Euskirchen, P Bertone, R Martone, NM Luscombe, S Hartman, ...
Genes & development 17 (4), 529-540, 2003
3182003
A question of size: the eukaryotic proteome and the problems in defining it
PM Harrison, A Kumar, N Lang, M Snyder, M Gerstein
Nucleic acids research 30 (5), 1083-1090, 2002
2602002
Molecular fossils in the human genome: identification and analysis of the pseudogenes in chromosomes 21 and 22
PM Harrison, H Hegyi, S Balasubramanian, NM Luscombe, P Bertone, ...
Genome research 12 (2), 272-280, 2002
2322002
The ribosomal protein genes and Minute loci of Drosophila melanogaster
SJ Marygold, J Roote, G Reuter, A Lambertsson, M Ashburner, ...
Genome biology 8 (10), R216, 2007
2312007
Studying genomes through the aeons: protein families, pseudogenes and proteome evolution
PM Harrison, M Gerstein
Journal of molecular biology 318 (5), 1155-1174, 2002
2262002
Identification and analysis of over 2000 ribosomal protein pseudogenes in the human genome
Z Zhang, P Harrison, M Gerstein
Genome research 12 (10), 1466-1482, 2002
2032002
An atlas of over 90,000 conserved noncoding sequences provides insight into crucifer regulatory regions
A Haudry, AE Platts, E Vello, DR Hoen, M Leclercq, RJ Williamson, ...
Nature genetics 45 (8), 891-898, 2013
1952013
Transcribed processed pseudogenes in the human genome: an intermediate form of expressed retrosequence lacking protein-coding ability
PM Harrison, D Zheng, Z Zhang, N Carriero, M Gerstein
Nucleic acids research 33 (8), 2374-2383, 2005
1782005
Pseudogene. org: a comprehensive database and comparison platform for pseudogene annotation
JE Karro, Y Yan, D Zheng, Z Zhang, N Carriero, P Cayting, P Harrrison, ...
Nucleic acids research 35 (suppl_1), D55-D60, 2006
1532006
Digging for dead genes: an analysis of the characteristics of the pseudogene population in the Caenorhabditis elegans genome
PM Harrison, N Echols, MB Gerstein
Nucleic acids research 29 (3), 818-830, 2001
1472001
The evolutionary fate of MULE-mediated duplications of host gene fragments in rice
N Juretic, DR Hoen, ML Huynh, PM Harrison, TE Bureau
Genome research 15 (9), 1292-1297, 2005
1432005
Comprehensive analysis of pseudogenes in prokaryotes: widespread gene decay and failure of putative horizontally transferred genes
Y Liu, PM Harrison, V Kunin, M Gerstein
Genome biology 5 (9), R64, 2004
1412004
A method to assess compositional bias in biological sequences and its application to prion-like glutamine/asparagine-rich domains in eukaryotic proteomes
PM Harrison, M Gerstein
Genome biology 4 (6), R40, 2003
1272003
An integrated approach for finding overlooked genes in yeast
A Kumar, PM Harrison, KH Cheung, N Lan, N Echols, P Bertone, P Miller, ...
Nature biotechnology 20 (1), 58-63, 2002
1252002
The disulphide β-cross: from cystine geometry and clustering to classification of small disulphide-rich protein folds
PM Harrison, MJE Sternberg
Journal of molecular biology 264 (3), 603-623, 1996
1241996
Mining mammalian transcript data for functional long non-coding RNAs
AN Khachane, PM Harrison
PLoS One 5 (4), e10316, 2010
1212010
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