Publications of Department of Molecular Biology
  • Narasimha M, Uv A, Krejci A, Brown NH, Bray SJ.: Grainy head promotes expression of septate junction proteins and influences epithelial morphogenesis. J Cell Sci. 2008.

  • Francischetti IMB, Meng Z, Mans BJ, Gudderra N, Hall M, Veenstra TD, Pham VM, Kotsyfakis M, Ribeiro JMC (2008). An insight into the salivary transcriptome and proteome of the soft tick and vector of epizootic bovine abortion, Ornithodoros coriaceus. J Proteomics. 71(5):493-512.

  • Kotsyfakis M, Anderson JM, Andersen JF, Calvo E, Francischetti IMB, Mather TN, Valenzuela JG, and Ribeiro JMC (2008). Immunity against a "Silent" Salivary Antigen of the Lyme Vector Ixodes scapularis Impairs Its Ability to Feed, Cutting Edge Article J Immunol. 181(8): 5209-5212.

  • Assumpcao,TCF, Francischetti, IMB, Andersen,JF, Schwarz,A, Santana,JM, Ribeiro,JMC (2008) An insight into the sialome of the blood sucking bug, Triatoma infestans. Insect. Biochem. Mol. Biol. 38:213-232.

  • Zhu H., Sauman I., Yuan Q., Casselman A., Emery-Le M., Emery P., Reppert S.M. (2008) Cryptochromes define a novel circadian clock mechanism in monarch butterflies that may underlie sun compass navigation. PLoS Biology 6: e4 0138-0155.

  • The ENCODE Project Consortium - including Bruce AW (2007). Identification and analysis of functional elements in 1% of the human genome by the ENCODE pilot project. Nature 477, 799-816.

  • Koch CM, Andrews RM, Flicek P, Dillon SC, Karaoz U, Clelland GK, Wilcox S, Beare DM, Fowler JC, Couttet P, James KD, Lefebvre GC, Bruce AW, Dovey OM, Ellis PD, Dhami P, Langford CF, Weng Z, Birney E, Carter NP, Vetrie D and Dunham I. (2007). The landscape of histone modifications across 1% of the human genome in five human cell lines. Genome Res. 17, 691-707.

  • Krejci A and Bray S: Notch activation stimulates transient and selective binding of Su(H)/CSL to target enhancers.  Genes Dev. 21(11):1322-7, 2007.

  • Goodfellow H*, Krejcí A*, Moshkin Y*, Verrijzer CP, Karch F, Bray SJ.: Gene-specific targeting of the histone chaperone asf1 to mediate silencing. Dev Cell.13(4):593-600, 2007.

  • Kotsyfakis M, Karim S, Andersen JF, Mather TN and Ribeiro JMC (2007). Selective cysteine protease inhibition contributes to blood feeding success of the tick Ixodes scapularis J Biol Chem. 282(5), 29256-29263.