Publications: Stillman

Building publication list.

Publications: Other Lab Publications
  1. White, E. and Cipriani, R. (1989). Specific disruption of intermediate filaments and the nuclear lamina by the 19Kda product of the adenovirus E1B oncogene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 86: 9886-9890.
  2. White, E. and Cipriani, R. (1990). Role of adenovirus E1B proteins in transformation: altered organization of intermediate filaments in transformed cells that express the 19-kilodalton protein. Molecular & Cellular Biology 10: 120-130.
  3. White, E., Sabbatini, P., Debras, M., Wold, W. S. M., Kusher, D. I. and Gooding, L. R. (1992). The 19-kilodalton adenovirus E1B transforming protein inhibits programmed cell death and prevents cytolysis by tumor necrosis factor a. Molecular & Cellular Biology12: 2570-2580.
  4. Brown, G. W., Melendy, T. and Ray, D. S. (1992). Conservation of structure and function of DNA replication protein A in the trypanosomatid, Crithidia fasciculata. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA.89: 10227-10231.
  5. Brown, G. W., Melendy, T. and Ray, D. S. (1993). Replication Protein A from the trypanosomatid Crithidia fasciculata is inactive in the primosome assembly step of SV40 DNA replication. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 59: 323-325.
  6. Kaufman, P. D. and Botchan, M. R. (1994). Assembly of nucleosomes: do multiple assembly factors mean multiple mechanisms? Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 4: 229-235.
  7. Melendy, T., Sedman, J. and Stenlund, A. (1995). Cellular factors required for papillomavirus DNA replication. Journal of Virology 69: 7857-7867.
  8. Martini, E., Roche, D.M.J., Marheineke, K., Verreault, A. and Almouzni, G. (1998). Recruitment of phosphorylated chromatin assembly factor 1 to chromatin following UV irradiation of human cells. Journal of Cell Biology 143: 563-575.
  9. Duncker, B.P., Pasero, P., Braguglia, D., Heun, P., Weinreich, M., and Gasser, S.M. (1999). CyclinB/Cdk1 kinase stimulates ORC- and Cdc6-independent steps of semi-conservative plasmid replication in yeast nuclear extracts. Molecular & Cellular Biology 19: 1226-1241.
  10. Prasanth, K.V., Sacco-Bubulya, P.A., Prasanth, S.G. and Spector, D.L. (2003). Sequential entry of components of gene expression machinery into daughter nuclei. Molecular Biology of the Cell 14: 1043-1057.
  11. Chabes, A., Georgieva, B., Domkin, V., Zhao, X., Rothstein, R., and Thelander, L. (2003). Survival of DNA Damage in Yeast Directly Depends on Increased dNTP Levels Allowed by Relaxed Feedback Inhibition of Ribonucleotide Reductase. Cell 112: 391-401.
  12. Méndez, J. (2003). Cell proliferation without cyclin E-CDK2. Cell 114: 398-399.
  13. Chabes, A, Thelander, L., (2003). DNA building blocks at the foundation of better survival. Cell Cycle 2: 171-173.
  14. Prasanth, K.V., Prasanth, S.G., Xuan, Z., Hearn, S., Freier, S.M., Bennett, C.F., Zhang, M.Q., and Spector, D.L. (2005). Regulating gene expression through RNA nuclear retention. Cell 123: 249-63.
  15. Kawakami, H. and Katayama, T. (2010) DnaA, ORC, and Cdc6: Similarity beyond the domains of life and diversity. Biochemistry and Cell Biology 88: 49-62.