Matthew S Sachs
Matthew S Sachs
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The genome sequence of the filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa
JE Galagan, SE Calvo, KA Borkovich, EU Selker, ND Read, D Jaffe, ...
Nature 422 (6934), 859-868, 2003
17112003
Sequencing of Aspergillus nidulans and comparative analysis with A. fumigatus and A. oryzae
JE Galagan, SE Calvo, C Cuomo, LJ Ma, JR Wortman, S Batzoglou, ...
Nature 438 (7071), 1105-1115, 2005
13752005
Lessons from the genome sequence of Neurospora crassa: tracing the path from genomic blueprint to multicellular organism
KA Borkovich, LA Alex, O Yarden, M Freitag, GE Turner, ND Read, ...
Microbiology and molecular biology reviews 68 (1), 1-108, 2004
6732004
Early nonsense: mRNA decay solves a translational problem
N Amrani, MS Sachs, A Jacobson
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 7 (6), 415-425, 2006
3132006
Non-optimal codon usage affects expression, structure and function of clock protein FRQ
M Zhou, J Guo, J Cha, M Chae, S Chen, JM Barral, MS Sachs, Y Liu
Nature 495 (7439), 111-115, 2013
2852013
Codon usage influences the local rate of translation elongation to regulate co-translational protein folding
CH Yu, Y Dang, Z Zhou, C Wu, F Zhao, MS Sachs, Y Liu
Molecular cell 59 (5), 744-754, 2015
2782015
Partial gene sequences for the A subunit of methyl-coenzyme M reductase (mcrI) as a phylogenetic tool for the family Methanosarcinaceae
E Springer, MS Sachs, CR Woese, DR Boone
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 45 (3 …, 1995
2471995
The Neurospora compendium: chromosomal loci
DD Perkins, A Radford, MS Sachs
Academic Press, 2000
2212000
Redundancy of the two dicer genes in transgene-induced posttranscriptional gene silencing in Neurospora crassa
C Catalanotto, M Pallotta, P ReFalo, MS Sachs, L Vayssie, G Macino, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 24 (6), 2536-2545, 2004
2142004
Enabling a community to dissect an organism: overview of the Neurospora functional genomics project
JC Dunlap, KA Borkovich, MR Henn, GE Turner, MS Sachs, NL Glass, ...
Advances in genetics 57, 49-96, 2007
2082007
Site-specific release of nascent chains from ribosomes at a sense codon
VA Doronina, C Wu, P de Felipe, MS Sachs, MD Ryan, JD Brown
Molecular and cellular biology 28 (13), 4227-4239, 2008
1702008
A rapid and simple method for isolation of Neurospora crassa homokaryons using microconidia
D Ebbole, MS Sachs
Fungal Genet. Newsl 37, 17-18, 1990
1621990
Physical evidence for distinct mechanisms of translational control by upstream open reading frames
A Gaba, Z Wang, T Krishnamoorthy, AG Hinnebusch, MS Sachs
The EMBO journal 20 (22), 6453-6463, 2001
1552001
Ribosome occupancy of the yeast CPA1 upstream open reading frame termination codon modulates nonsense-mediated mRNA decay
A Gaba, A Jacobson, MS Sachs
Molecular cell 20 (3), 449-460, 2005
1532005
The antidepressant sertraline provides a promising therapeutic option for neurotropic cryptococcal infections
B Zhai, C Wu, L Wang, MS Sachs, X Lin
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 56 (7), 3758-3766, 2012
1322012
Ribosome stalling is responsible for arginine-specific translational attenuation in Neurospora crassa.
Z Wang, MS Sachs
Molecular and cellular biology 17 (9), 4904-4913, 1997
1301997
Developmental expression of genes involved in conidiation and amino acid biosynthesis in Neurospora crassa
MS Sachs, C Yanofsky
Developmental biology 148 (1), 117-128, 1991
1141991
Evolutionary roles of upstream open reading frames in mediating gene regulation in fungi
HM Hood, DE Neafsey, J Galagan, MS Sachs
Annual review of microbiology 63, 385-409, 2009
1042009
Initiation context modulates autoregulation of eukaryotic translation initiation factor 1 (eIF1)
IP Ivanov, G Loughran, MS Sachs, JF Atkins
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (42), 18056-18060, 2010
1032010
A nascent polypeptide domain that can regulate translation elongation
P Fang, CC Spevak, C Wu, MS Sachs
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (12), 4059-4064, 2004
942004
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