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The Impact of Non-Enzymatic Reactions and Enzyme Promiscuity on Cellular Metabolism during (Oxidative) Stress Conditions Piedrafita G, Keller MA, Ralser M Biomolecules. 2015 10;5(3):2101-22
The genomic and phenotypic diversity of Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Jeffares DC, Rallis C, Rieux A, Speed D, Převorovský M, Mourier T, Marsellach FX, Iqbal Z, Lau W, Cheng TM, Pracana R, Mülleder M, Lawson JL, Chessel A, Bala S, Hellenthal G, O'Fallon B, Keane T, Simpson JT, Bischof L, Tomiczek B, Bitton DA, Sideri T, Cod Nature Genetics. 2015 47(3):235-41
Metabolic Remodeling in Times of Stress: Who Shoots Faster than His Shadow? Dick TP, Ralser M Molecular Cell. 2015 20;59(4):519-21
Using the canary genome to decipher the evolution of hormone-sensitive gene regulation in seasonal singing birds. Frankl-Vilches C, Kuhl H, Werber M, Klages S, Kerick M, Bakker A, de Oliveira EH, Reusch C, Capuano F, Vowinckel J, Leitner S, Ralser M, Timmermann B, Gahr M. Genome Biol.. 2015 29;16:19.
Self-establishing communities enable cooperative metabolite exchange in a eukaryote Campbell K, Vowinckel J, Mülleder M, Malmsheimer S, Lawrence N, Calvani E, Miller-Fleming L, Alam MT, Christen S, Keller MA, Ralser M Elife. 2015 26;4. pii: e09943
Regulation of ribosomal DNA amplification by the TOR pathway Jack CV, Cruz C, Hull RM, Keller MA, Ralser M, Houseley J Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2015 4;112(31):9674-9
The widespread role of non-enzymatic reactions in cellular metabolism. Keller MA, Piedrafita G, Ralser M. Curr Opin Biotechnol.. 2015 34:153-61.
MitoLoc: A method for the simultaneous quantification of mitochondrial network morphology and membrane potential in single cells Vowinckel J, Hartl J, Butler R, Ralser M Mitochondrion. 2015 24:77-86
Hyperpolarized [U-(2) H, U-(13) C]Glucose reports on glycolytic and pentose phosphate pathway activity in EL4 tumors and glycolytic activity in yeast cells. Timm KN, Hartl J, Keller MA, Hu DE, Kettunen MI, Rodrigues TB, Ralser M, Brindle KM. Magn Reson Med.. 2015 74(6):1543-7.
A haploproficient interaction of the transaldolase paralogue NQM1 with the transcription factor VHR1 affects stationary phase survival and oxidative stress resistance. Michel S, Keller MA, Wamelink MM, Ralser M. BMC Genet.. 2015 11;16:13.