|| 2006 publications
- "A DEAD protein that activates intron self-splicing without unwinding RNA", Amanda Solem, Nora Zingler and Anna Marie Pyle, Mol. Cell (2006) 24, 611-617.
- "The receptor for branch-site docking within a group II intron active site", Stephanie Hamill and Anna Marie Pyle, Mol. Cell (2006) 23, 831-840.
- "Robust translocation along a molecular monorail: the NS3 helicase from hepatitis C virus traverses unusually large disruptions in its track", Rudolf K. Beran, Michael M. Bruno, Heath A. Bowers, Eckhard Jankowsky and Anna Marie Pyle, J. Mol. Biol. (2006) 358, 974-982.
- "Nucleic acids an Editorial Overview", edited by Anna Marie Pyle and Jonathan Widom, Curr. Opin. Struct. Biol. (2006) 16, 267-269.
- "RNA translocation and unwinding mechanism of HCV NS3 helicase and its coordination by ATP", Sophie Dumont, Wei Cheng, Victor Serebrov, Rudolf Beran, Ignacio Tinoco Jr., Anna Marie Pyle and Carlos Bustamante, Nature (2006) 439, 105-108.
- "RNA Structure and Function", Anna Marie Pyle (2006) in Nucleic Acids in Chemistry and Biology, 3rd edition (ed. G. M. Blackburn et al.), pp. 253-293. The Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Cambridge, UK.
- "Group II Introns: Ribozymes That Splice RNA and Invade DNA", Anna Marie Pyle and Alan M. Lambowitz (2006) in The RNA World, 3rd edition (ed. R.F. Gesteland et al.), pp. 469-505. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.