Michael Stark Lab

Publications 2005-2014

76. M(IP)2C, the major yeast plasma membrane sphingolipid, governs toxicity of Kluyveromyces lactis zymocin. Zink, S., Mehlgarten, C., Kitamoto, H. K., Jablonowski, D., Dickson, R. C., Stark, M. J. R. and Schaffrath, R. (2005). Eukaryotic Cell 4, 879-889
77. Global Analysis of Protein Phosphorylation in Yeast. Ptacek, J., Devgan, G., Michaud, G., Zhu, H., Zhu, X., Fasolo, J., Hong Guo, H., Jona, G., Breitkreutz, A., Sopko, R., Lee, S.-J., McCartney, R. R., Schmidt, M. C., Rachidi, N., Stark, M. J. R., Stern, D. F., De Virgilio, C., Tyers, M., Andrews, B., Gerstein, M. Schweitzer, B., Predki, P. F. and Snyder, M. (2005). Nature 438, 679-684
78. Kinetochore capture and bi-orientation on the mitotic spindle. Tanaka, T. U., Stark, M. J. R. and Tanaka, K. (2005). Nature Rev. Mol. Cell Biol. 6, 929-942.
79. Mating type locus control of killer toxins from Kluyveromyces lactis and Pichia acaciae. Klassen, R., Jablonowski, J., Stark, M. J. R., Schaffrath, R. and Meinhardt, F. (2006). FEMS Yeast Res. 6, 404-413
80. The Saccharomyces cerevisiae orthologue of the human protein phosphatase 4 core regulatory subunit R2 confers resistance to the anticancer drug cisplatin. Hastie, C. J., Vázquez-Martin, C., Philp, A., Stark, M. J. R. and Cohen, P. T. W. (2006). FEBS J. 273, 3322-3334
81. The DNA repair helicases XPD and FancJ have essential iron-sulfur domains. Rudolf, J., Makrantoni, V., Ingledew, W. J., Stark, M. J. R. and White, M. F. (2006). Mol. Cell 23, 801-808
82. Proteins interacting with Saccharomyces cerevisiae type 1 protein phosphatase catalytic subunit identified by single-step affinity purification and mass spectrometry. Walsh, E.P., Lamont, D. J., Beattie, K. A. and Stark, M. J. R. (2006). In Protein Phosphatase Protocols (Moorhead, G. ed.), Humana Press (Methods in Molecular Biology series vol. 365), pp.235-246
83. Screening and characterisation of microbial inhibitors against eukaryotic protein phosphatases (PP1 and PP2A). Ong, S. M., Voo, L. Y. C., Lai, N. S., Stark, M. J. R. and Ho, C. C. (2007). J. Appl. Microbiol. 102, 680-692
84. Redox-mediated substrate recognition by Sdp1 defines a new group of tyrosine phosphatases. Fox, G. C., Shafiq, M., Briggs, D. C., Knowles, P.P., Collister, M., Didmon, M., Makrantoni, V., Dickinson, R., Hanrahan, S., Totty, N., Stark, M. J. R., Keyse, S. M. and McDonald, N. Q. (2007). Nature 447, 487-492
85. Ipl1p-dependent Phosphorylation of Mad3p is required for the spindle checkpoint response to lack of tension at kinetochores. King, E. M. J., Rachidi, N., Morrice, N., Hardwick, K. G. and Stark, M. J. R. (2007). Genes Devel. 21, 1163-1168
86. Yeast genetics and strain construction. Stansfield, I. and Stark, M. J. R. (2007). In Methods in Microbiology vol. 36 - Yeast Gene Analysis (Stansfield, I. and Stark, M. J. R., eds), 2nd Edition, Elsevier, pp. 23-43
87. Studying Essential Genes: Generating and Using Promoter Fusions and Conditional Alleles. Stark, M. J. R. (2007). In Methods in Microbiology vol. 36 - Yeast Gene Analysis (Stansfield, I. and Stark, M. J. R., eds), 2nd Edition, Elsevier, pp. 79-102
88. Yeast Gene Analysis: The Remaining Challenges. Stansfield, I. and Stark, M. J. R. (2007). In Methods in Microbiology vol. 36 - Yeast Gene Analysis (Stansfield, I. and Stark, M. J. R., eds), 2nd Edition, Elsevier, pp. 667-683
89. The complement of protein kinases of the microsporidium Encephalitozoon cuniculi in relation to those of the divergent yeasts Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Miranda-Saavedra, D., Stark, M. J. R., Barton, G. J., Packer, J., Vivares, C. P. and Doerig, C. (2007). BMC Genomics 8, 309
90. A novel role for the yeast protein kinase Dbf2p in vacuolar H+-ATPase function and sorbic acid stress tolerance. Makrantoni, V., Dennison, P., Stark, M. J. R. and Coote, P. J. (2007). Microbiology 153, 4016-4026
91. Discovery, in vivo activity, and mechanism of action of a small-molecule p53 activator. Lain, S., Hollick, J. J., Campbell, J., Staples, O., Higgins, M., Aoubala, M., McCarthy, A., Appleyard, V., Murray, K. E., Baker, L., Thompson, A., Mathers, J., Holland, S. J., Stark, M. J. R., Pass, G., Woods, J., Lane, D. P. and Westwood, N. J. (2008). Cancer Cell 13, 454-463
92. A versatile partner of eukaryotic protein complexes that is involved in multiple biological processes: Kti11/Dph3. Bär, C., Zabel, R., Liu, S., Stark, M. J. and Schaffrath R. (2008). (2008). Mol. Microbiol. 69,1221-1233.
93. Chromosome biorientation in yeast. Stark, M. J. R. (2009). In Millar, J. (ed.), The Cell Division Cycle: Controlling when and where cells divide and differentiate. The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, London (online at http://www.hstalks.com/)
94. Efficient chromosome bi-orientation and the tension checkpoint in Saccharomyces cerevisiae both require Bir1. Makrantoni, V. and Stark, M. J. R. (2009). Mol Cell Biol 29, 4552-4562.
95. Elongator function depends on antagonistic regulation by casein kinase Hrr25 and protein phosphatase Sit4. Mehlgarten, C., Jablonowski, D., Breunig, K. D., Stark, M. J. R. and Schaffrath, R. (2009). Mol Microbiol 79, 869-881.
96. Distinct subsets of Sit4 holo-phosphatases are required for inhibition of yeast growth by rapamycin and zymocin. Jablonowski, D., Täubert, J. -E., Bär, C., Stark, M. J. R. and Schaffrath, R. (2009). Eukaryotic Cell 8, 1637-1647.
97. Ipl1-dependent phosphorylation of Dam1 is reduced by tension applied on kinetochores. Keating, P., Rachidi, N., Tanaka, T. U. and Stark, M. J. R. (2009). J. Cell Sci. 122, 4375-4382.
98. Tatchell, K., Makrantoni, V., Stark, M. J. R. and Robinson, L. C. (2011). Temperature-sensitive ipl1-2/Aurora B mutation is suppressed by mutations in TOR complex 1 via the Glc7/PP1 phosphatase phosphatase. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 108, 3994-3999.
99. Uthman, S., Liu, S., Giorgini, F., Stark, M. J. R., Costanzo, M. and Schaffrath, R. (2012). Diphtheria disease and genes involved in formation of diphthamide, key effector of the diphtheria toxin. In Insight and Control of Infectious Disease in Global Scenario (Priti, R., ed.), InTech, Rijeka. Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/insight-and-control-of-infectious-disease-in-global-scenario/diphtheria-disease-and-genes-involved-in-formation-of-diphthamide-key-effector-of-the-diphtheria-tox.
100. Uthman, S., Bär, C., Scheidt, V., Liu, S., ten Have, S., Giorgini, F., Stark, M. J. R. and Raffael Schaffrath, R. (2013). The Amidation Step of Diphthamide Biosynthesis in Yeast Requires DPH6, a Gene Identified through Mining the DPH1-DPH5 Interaction Network. PLoS Genet 9(2), e1003334.
101. Abdel-Fattah, W., Scheidt, V., Uthman, S., Stark, M. J. R. and Raffael Schaffrath, R. (2013). Insights into Diphthamide, key Diphtheria Toxin effector Toxins 5 (5), 958-968.
102. Makrantoni, V., Corbishley, S. J., Rachidi, N., Morrice, N. A., Robinson, D. A. and Stark, M. J. R. (2014). Phosphorylation of Sli15 by Ipl1 is important for proper CPC localization and chromosome stability in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. PLoS ONE 9, e89399

 

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