Wissenschaftliche Publikationen

(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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