Publications

Publications

Below please find selected publications published by SFB 1361 scientists from 2019-2020. Please click on the principal investigator's name in the menu to see all publications by individual PIs.

2020

Wolf E and Kramer A (2020) Circadian Regulation: From Molecules to Physiology. J Mol Biol, doi: 10.1016/j.jmb.2020.05.004 Link

Vydzhak O, Luke B and Schindler N (2020) Non-coding RNAs at the eukaryotic rDNA locus: RNA-DNA hybrids and beyond. J Mol Biol, doi: 10.1016/j.jmb.2020.05.011 Link

Sriramachandran AM, Petrosino G, Méndez-Lago M, Schäfer AJ, Batista-Nascimento LS, Zilio N and Ulrich HD (2020) Genome-wide Nucleotide-Resolution Mapping of DNA Replication Patterns, Single-Strand Breaks, and Lesions by GLOE-Seq. Mol Cell, doi: 10.1016/j.molcel.2020.03.027 Link

Beckwitt EC, Jang S, Carnaval Detweiler I, Kuper J, Sauer F, Simon N, Bretzler J, Watkins SC, Carell T, Kisker C and Van Houten B (2020) Single molecule analysis reveals monomeric XPA bends DNA and undergoes episodic linear diffusion during damage search. Nat Commun, 11:1356 Link

Thumbs P, Ensfelder TT, Hillmeier M, Wagner M, Heiss M, Scheel C, Schön A, Müller M, Michalakis S, Kellner S and Carell T (2020) Synthesis of galactosyl‐queuosine and distribution of hypermodified Q‐nucleosides in mouse tissues. Angew Chemie Int Ed, anie.202002295 Link

Ensminger M and Löbrich M (2020) One end to rule them all: Non-homologous end-joining and homologous recombination at DNA double-strand breaks. Br J Radiol, 20191054 Link

Lowe DJ, Herzog M, Mosler T, Cohen H, Felton S, Beli P, Raj K, Galanty Y and Jackson SP (2020) Chronic irradiation of human cells reduces histone levels and deregulates gene expression. Sci Rep, 10:2200 Link

Niehrs C and Luke B (2020) Regulatory R-loops as facilitators of gene expression and genome stability. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol, doi: 10.1038/s41580-019-0206-3 Link

Kiweler N, Wünsch D, Wirth M, Mahendrarajah N, Schneider G, Stauber RH, Brenner W, Butter F and Krämer OH (2020) Histone deacetylase inhibitors dysregulate DNA repair proteins and antagonize metastasis-associated processes. J Cancer Res Clin Oncol, doi: 10.1007/s00432-019-03118-4 Link

2019

Kellner V and Luke B (2019) Molecular and physiological consequences of faulty eukaryotic ribonucleotide excision repair. EMBO J, doi: 10.15252/embj.2019102309 Link

Chagin VO, Reinhart B, Becker A, Mortusewicz O, Jost KL, Rapp A, Leonhardt H and Cardoso MC (2019) Processive DNA synthesis is associated with localized decompaction of constitutive heterochromatin at the sites of DNA replication and repair. Nucleus, 10:231–253 Link

Lockhart A, Pires VB, Bento F, Kellner V, Luke-Glaser S, Yakoub G, Ulrich HD and Luke B (2019) RNase H1 and H2 Are Differentially Regulated to Process RNA-DNA Hybrids. Cell Rep, 29:2890–2900.e5 Link

Greulich W, Wagner M, Gaidt MM, Stafford C, Cheng Y, Linder A, Carell T and Hornung V (2019) TLR8 Is a Sensor of RNase T2 Degradation Products. Cell, 179:1264–1275.e13 Link

Jansma M, Linke-Winnebeck C, Eustermann S, Lammens K, Kostrewa D, Stakyte K, Litz C, Kessler B and Hopfner K-P (2019) Near-Complete Structure and Model of Tel1ATM from Chaetomium thermophilum Reveals a Robust Autoinhibited ATP State. Structure, doi: 10.1016/j.str.2019.10.013 Link

Wong RP, García-Rodríguez N, Zilio N, Hanulová M and Ulrich HD (2019) Processing of DNA Polymerase-Blocking Lesions during Genome Replication Is Spatially and Temporally Segregated from Replication Forks. Mol Cell, doi: 10.1016/j.molcel.2019.09.015 Link

Han D, Schomacher L, Schüle KM, Mallick M, Musheev MU, Karaulanov E, Krebs L, von Seggern A and Niehrs C (2019) NEIL1 and NEIL2 DNA glycosylases protect neural crest development against mitochondrial oxidative stress. Elife, doi: 10.7554/eLife.49044 Link

Liebl MC and Hofmann TG (2019) Cell Fate Regulation upon DNA Damage: p53 Serine 46 Kinases Pave the Cell Death Road. BioEssays, 41:1900127 Link

Beyer M, Romanski A, Mustafa A-HM, Pons M, Büchler I, Vogel A, Pautz A, Sellmer A, Schneider G, Bug G and Krämer OH (2019) HDAC3 Activity is Essential for Human Leukemic Cell Growth and the Expression of β-catenin, MYC, and WT1. Cancers (Basel), 11:1436 Link

Arab K, Karaulanov E, Musheev M, Trnka P, Schäfer A, Grummt I and Niehrs C (2019) GADD45A binds R-loops and recruits TET1 to CpG island promoters. Nat Genet, 51:217–223 Link

Käshammer L, Saathoff J-H, Lammens K, Gut F, Bartho J, Alt A, Kessler B and Hopfner K-P (2019) Mechanism of DNA End Sensing and Processing by the Mre11-Rad50 Complex. Mol Cell, doi: 10.1016/j.molcel.2019.07.035 Link

Gothe HJ, Bouwman BAM, Gusmao EG, Piccinno R, Petrosino G, Sayols S, Drechsel O, Minneker V, Josipovic N, Mizi A, Nielsen CF, Wagner E-M, Takeda S, Sasanuma H, Hudson DF, Kindler T, Baranello L, Papantonis A, Crosetto N and Roukos V (2019) Spatial Chromosome Folding and Active Transcription Drive DNA Fragility and Formation of Oncogenic MLL Translocations. Mol Cell, 75:267–283.e12 Link

Tomicic MT, Steigerwald C, Rasenberger B, Brozovic A and Christmann M (2019) Functional mismatch repair and inactive p53 drive sensitization of colorectal cancer cells to irinotecan via the IAP antagonist BV6. Arch Toxicol, doi: 10.1007/s00204-019-02513-7 Link

Piccinno R, Minneker V and Roukos V (2019) 53BP1—DNA repair enters a new liquid phase. EMBO J, doi: 10.15252/embj.2019102871 Link

Heinz KS, Rapp A, Casas-Delucchi CS, Lehmkuhl A, Romero-Fernández I, Sánchez A, Krämer OH, Marchal JA and Cardoso MC (2019) DNA replication dynamics of vole genome and its epigenetic regulation. Epigenetics Chromatin, 12:18 Link

Kitsera N, Rodriguez-Alvarez M, Emmert S, Carell T and Khobta A (2019) Nucleotide excision repair of abasic DNA lesions. Nucleic Acids Res, doi: 10.1093/nar/gkz558 Link

Aasland D, Gotzinger L, Hauck L, Berte N, Meyer J, Effenberger M, Schneider S, Reuber EE, Roos WP, Tomicic MT, Kaina B and Christmann M (2019) Temozolomide induces senescence and repression of DNA repair pathways in glioblastoma cells via activation of ATR–Chk1, p21, and NF-kB. Cancer Res, 79:99–113 Link

He Y, Roos WP, Wu Q, Hofmann TG and Kaina B (2019) The SIAH1–HIPK2–p53ser46 Damage Response Pathway is Involved in Temozolomide-Induced Glioblastoma Cell Death. Mol Cancer Res, 17:1129–1141 Link