Wissenschaftliche Publikationen

(2017)
 
Herzog, VA., Reichholf, B., Neumann, T., Rescheneder, P., Bhat, P., Burkard, TR., Wlotzka, W., von Haeseler, A., Zuber, J., Ameres, SL. (2017). Thiol-linked alkylation of RNA to assess expression dynamics. Nat Methods. (abstract)
 
(2016)
 
Hayashi, R., Schnabl, J., Handler, D., Mohn, F., Ameres, SL., Brennecke, J. (2016). Genetic and mechanistic diversity of piRNA 3'-end formation. Nature. 539(7630):588-592 (abstract)
 
Reimão-Pinto, MM., Manzenreither, RA., Burkard, TR., Sledz, P., Jinek, M., Mechtler, K., Ameres, SL. (2016). Molecular basis for cytoplasmic RNA surveillance by uridylation-triggered decay in Drosophila. EMBO J. 35(22):2417-2434 (abstract)
 
(2015)
 
Bortolamiol-Becet, D., Hu, F., Jee, D., Wen, J., Okamura, K., Lin, CJ., Ameres, SL., Lai, EC. (2015). Selective Suppression of the Splicing-Mediated MicroRNA Pathway by the Terminal Uridyltransferase Tailor. Mol Cell. 59(2):217-28 (abstract)
 
Herzog, VA., Ameres, SL. (2015). Approaching the Golden Fleece a Molecule at a Time: Biophysical Insights into Argonaute-Instructed Nucleic Acid Interactions. Mol Cell. 59(1):4-7 (abstract)
 
Reimão-Pinto, MM., Ignatova, V., Burkard, TR., Hung, JH., Manzenreither, RA., Sowemimo, I., Herzog, VA., Reichholf, B., Fariña-Lopez, S., Ameres, SL. (2015). Uridylation of RNA Hairpins by Tailor Confines the Emergence of MicroRNAs in Drosophila. Mol Cell. 59(2):203-16 (abstract)
 
(2013)
 
Ameres, SL., Zamore, PD. (2013). Diversifying microRNA sequence and function. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol. 14(8):475-88 (abstract)
 
(2012)
 
Xie, J., Ameres, SL., Friedline, R., Hung, JH., Zhang, Y., Xie, Q., Zhong, L., Su, Q., He, R., Li, M., Li, H., Mu, X., Zhang, H., Broderick, JA., Kim, JK., Weng, Z., Flotte, TR., Zamore, PD., Gao, G. (2012). Long-term, efficient inhibition of microRNA function in mice using rAAV vectors. Nat Methods. 9(4):403-9 (abstract)
 
(2011)
 
Ameres, SL., Hung, JH., Xu, J., Weng, Z., Zamore, PD. (2011). Target RNA-directed tailing and trimming purifies the sorting of endo-siRNAs between the two Drosophila Argonaute proteins. RNA. 17(1):54-63 (abstract)
 
Han, BW., Hung, JH., Weng, Z., Zamore, PD., Ameres, SL. (2011). The 3'-to-5' exoribonuclease Nibbler shapes the 3' ends of microRNAs bound to Drosophila Argonaute1. Curr Biol. 21(22):1878-87 (abstract)
 
Xie, J., Xie, Q., Zhang, H., Ameres, SL., Hung, JH., Su, Q., He, R., Mu, X., Seher Ahmed, S., Park, S., Kato, H., Li, C., Mueller, C., Mello, CC., Weng, Z., Flotte, TR., Zamore, PD., Gao, G. (2011). MicroRNA-regulated, systemically delivered rAAV9: a step closer to CNS-restricted transgene expression. Mol Ther. 19(3):526-35 (abstract)
 
(2010)
 
Ameres, SL., Fukunaga, R. (2010). Riding in silence: a little snowboarding, a lot of small RNAs. Silence. 1(1):8 (abstract)
 
Ameres, SL., Horwich, MD., Hung, JH., Xu, J., Ghildiyal, M., Weng, Z., Zamore, PD. (2010). Target RNA-directed trimming and tailing of small silencing RNAs. Science. 328(5985):1534-9 (abstract)
 
(2008)
 
Tafer, H., Ameres, SL., Obernosterer, G., Gebeshuber, CA., Schroeder, R., Martinez, J., Hofacker, IL. (2008). The impact of target site accessibility on the design of effective siRNAs. Nat Biotechnol. 26(5):578-83 (abstract)
 
(2007)
 
Ameres, S.L. (2007). Mechanistische Analyse des humanen RNA-Interferenz-Effektor-Komplexes BioSpektrum. (7):756
 
Ameres, SL., Martinez, J., Schroeder, R. (2007). Molecular basis for target RNA recognition and cleavage by human RISC. Cell. 130(1):101-12 (abstract)
 
Ameres, SL., Shcherbakov, D., Nikonova, E., Piendl, W., Schroeder, R., Semrad, K. (2007). RNA chaperone activity of L1 ribosomal proteins: phylogenetic conservation and splicing inhibition. Nucleic Acids Res. 35(11):3752-63 (abstract)
 
(2006)
 
Leuschner, PJ., Ameres, SL., Kueng, S., Martinez, J. (2006). Cleavage of the siRNA passenger strand during RISC assembly in human cells. EMBO Rep. 7(3):314-20 (abstract)
 
(2005)
 
Ameres, SL., Drueppel, L., Pfleiderer, K., Schmidt, A., Hillen, W., Berens, C. (2005). Inducible DNA-loop formation blocks transcriptional activation by an SV40 enhancer. EMBO J. 24(2):358-67 (abstract)
 

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