Michael Stark
Professor Emeritus

Publications 2000-2004

54. Type 1 protein phosphatase is required for maintenance of cell wall integrity, morphogenesis and cell cycle progression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Andrews, P. D. and Stark, M. J. R. (2000). J. Cell Sci. 113, 507-520
55. A novel 'two-component' protein containing histidine kinase and response regulator domains required for sporulation in Aspergillus nidulans. Appleyard, M. V. C. L., McPheat, W. and Stark, M. J. R. (2000). Curr. Genet. 37, 364-372
56. Dynamic, Rho1p-dependent localization of Pkc1p to sites of polarized growth. Andrews, P. D. and Stark, M. J. R. (2000). J. Cell Sci. 113, 2685-2693.
57. Evaluation of the CaMAL2 promoter for regulated expression of genes in Candida albicans. Backen, A., Broadbent, I. D., Fetherston, R. W., Rosamond, J., Schnell, N. Stark, M. J. R. (2000). Yeast 16, 1121-1129
58. Pin1-dependent prolyl isomerization regulates dephosphorylation of Cdc25C and tau proteins. Zhou, X. Z., Kops, O., Werner, A., Lu, P. -J., Shen, M. , Stoller, G., Küllertz, G., Stark, M., Fischer, G. and Lu, K. P. (2000). Mol. Cell 6, 873-883
59. Mutations in SPC110, encoding the yeast spindle pole body calmodulin-binding protein, cause defects in cell integrity as well as spindle formation.  Stirling, D. A. and Stark, M. J. R. (2000). Biochem Biophys Acta 1499, 85-100
60. A RecQ family DNA helicase gene from Aspergillus nidulans. Appleyard, M. V. C. L., McPheat, W. L. and Stark, M. J. R. (2000). Mitochondrial DNA Sequence 11, 315-319
61. The phenotype of the deletion mutant of the phosphotyrosyl phosphatase activator gene, YPA, resembles in many aspects that of mutants of protein phosphatase 2A. Van Hoof, C., Janssens, V., De Baere, I., Stark, M. J. R., de Winde, H., Winderickx, J., Thevelein, J. M., Merlevede, W. and Goris, J. (2001). Exp. Cell Res. 264, 372-387
62. Saccharomyces cerevisiae cell wall chitin, the potential Kluyveromyces lactis zymocin receptor. Jablonowski, D., Fichtner, L., Martin, V. J., Klassen, R., Meinhardt, M., Stark, M. J. R., Breunig, K. D. and Schaffrath, R. (2001). Yeast 18, 1285-1299
63. Kluyveromyces lactis zymocin mode of action is linked to RNA polymerase II function via Elongator. Jablonowski, D., Frohloff, F., Fichtner, L., Stark, M. J. R. and Schaffrath, R. (2001). Mol. Microbiol. 42, 1095-1105
64. Sit4p protein phosphatase is required for sensitivity of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to Kluyveromyces lactis zymocin. Jablonowski, D., Butler, A. R., Fichtner, L., Gardiner, D., Schaffrath, R. and Stark, M. J. R. (2001). Genetics 159, 1479-1489
65. Essential functions of Sds22p in chromosome stability and nuclear localisation of PP1. Peggie, M. W., MacKelvie, S. H., Bloecher, A., Knatko, E., Tatchell, K. and Stark, M. J. R. (2002). J. Cell Sci. 115, 195-206
66. Novel interactions of Saccharomyces cerevisiae type 1 protein phosphatase identified by single step affinity purification and mass spectrometry. Walsh, E. P., Lamont, D. J., Beattie, K. A. and Stark, M. J. R. (2002). Biochemistry 41, 2409-2420
67. Evidence that the Ipl1/Sli15 (Aurora kinase/INCENP) complex promotes chromosome bi-orientation by altering kinetochore-spindle pole connections. Tanaka, T., Rachidi, N., Janke, C., Pereira, G., Galova, M., Schiebel, E., Stark, M. J. R. and Nasmyth, K. (2002). Cell 108, 317-329
68. YIL113w encodes a dual-specificity protein phosphatase which specifically interacts with and inactivates the Slt2/Mpk1p MAP kinase in S. cerevisiae. Collister, M., Didmon, M. P., MacIsaac, F., Stark, M. J. R., MacDonald, N. Q. and Keyse, S. M. (2002). FEBS Lett. 527, 186-192
69. Protein interactions within Saccharomyces cerevisiae Elongator, a complex essential for Kluyveromyces lactis zymocicity. Fichtner, L., Frohloff, F., Jablonowski, D., Stark, M. J. R. and Schaffrath, R. (2002). Mol Microbiol 45, 817-826
70. Elm1p is one of three upstream kinases for the Saccharomyces cerevisiae SNF1 complex. Sutherland, C. M., Hawley, S. A., McCartney, R. R., Leech, A., Stark, M. J. R., Schmidt, M. C. and Hardie, D. G. (2003). Curr Biol 13, 1299-1305
71. Elongator's toxin-target (TOT) function is NLS-dependent and suppressed by post-translational modification. Fichtner, L., Jablonowski, D., Schierhorn, A., Kitamoto, H. K., Stark, M. J. R. and Schaffrath, R. (2003).  Mol Microbiol 49, 1297-1307
72. Collection and characterisation of bacterial membrane proteins. Saidijam, M., Psakis, G., Clough, J.L., Meuller, J., Suzuki, S., Hoyle, C.J., Palmer, S.L., Morrison, S.M., Pos, M.K., Essenberg, R.C., Maiden, M.C., Abu-bakr, A., Baumberg, S.G., Neyfakh, A.A., Griffith, J.K., Stark, M.J.R., Ward, A., O'Reilly, J., Rutherford, N.G., Phillips-Jones, M.K., and Henderson, P.J. (2003). FEBS Lett 555, 170-175
73. The yeast Elongator histone acetylase requires Sit4-dependent dephosphorylation for toxin-target capacity. Jablonowski, D., Fichtner, L., Stark, M. J. R. and Schaffrath, R. (2004). Mol Biol Cell 15, 1459-1469
74. Structure-based exploration of cyclic dipeptide chitinase inhibitors. Houston, D.R., Synstad, B., Eijsink, V. G. H., Stark, M. J. R., Eggleston, I. M. and van Aalten, D. M. F. (2004). J. Med. Chem. 47, 5713-5720
75. Protein phosphorylation and dephosphorylation. Stark, M. J. R. (2004). In The Metabolism and Molecular Physiology of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, 2nd Edition (Dickinson, J. R. and Schweizer, M., eds), CRC Press, London pp. 284-375.



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