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Shin, B., Jung, R., Oh, H., Owens, G., Lee, H., Kwak, S., Lee, R., Cotman, S., Lee, J.M., MacDonald, M., Song, J.J.,Vijayvargia, R., Seong I.S., Novel DNA aptamers that bind to mutant huntingtin and modify its activity. Molecular Therapy-Nucleic Acids (2018)

Mushtag, A.U., Lee, Y., Hwang, E., Bang, J.K., Hong, E., Byun, Y., Song, J.J., Jeon, Y.H., Biophysical characterization of the basic cluster in the transcription repression domain of human MeCP2 with AT-rich DNA. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communication (2017)

Vijayvargia, R., Epand, R., Leitner, A., Jung, T.Y., Shin, B., Jung, R., Lloret, A., Atwal, R.S., Lee, S., Lee, J.M., Aebersold, R., Hebert, H., *Song, J.J., *Seong, I.S., Huntingtin’s spherical solenoid structure enables polyglutamine tract-dependent modulation of its structure and function. eLife (2016) (*co-corresponding authors)

Kim, E., Lee Y., Choi, S., Song, J.J., Structural basis of the phosphorylation dependent complex formation of neurodegenerative disease protein Ataxain-1 and RBM17. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communication (2014)

Kim, E., Lu, S.-C., Zoghbi, H.Y., Song, J.J., Structural basis of protein complex formation and reconfiguration by polyglutamine disease protein ATAXN-1 and Capicua. Genes & Dev. (2013)

Seong, I.S., Woda, J.M., Song, J.J., Lloret, A., Abeyranthne, P.D., Woo, C.J., Gregory, G., Lee, J.M., Wheeler, V.C., Walz, T., Kingston, R.E., Gusella, J.F., Conlon, R.A., MacDonald, M.E., Huntingtin facilitates polycomb repressive complex 2., Human Mol. Gen. 19, 573-583 (2010)