D. Kressler publications

Articles cited on PubMed

 

2019

 

Martín-Villanueva S, Fernández-Pevida A, Kressler D & de la Cruz J (2019). The ubiquitin moiety of Ubi1 is required for productive expression of ribosomal protein eL40 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Cells 8:850. doi: 10.3390/cells8080850. #Co-corresponding author. (pdf)

Martín-Villanueva S, Fernández-Pevida A, Fernández-Fernández J, Kressler D & de la Cruz J (2019). Ubiquitin release from eL40 is required for cytoplasmic maturation and function of 60S ribosomal subunits in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. FEBS J. doi: 10.1111/febs.14999. [Epub ahead of print]. #Co-corresponding author. (pdf)

Mitterer V, Shayan R , Ferreira-Cerca S, Murat G, Enne T, Rinaldi D, Weigl S, Omanic H, Gleizes PE, Kressler D, Plisson-Chastang C & Pertschy B (2019). Conformational proofreading of distant 40S ribosomal subunit maturation events by a long-range communication mechanism. Nature Communications 10:2754. doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-10678-z. #Co-corresponding author. (pdf)

Rössler I, Embacher J, Pillet B, Murat G, Liesinger L, Hafner J, Unterluggauer JJ, Birner-Gruenberger R, Kressler D & Pertschy B (2019). Tsr4 and Nap1, two novel members of the ribosomal protein chaperOME. Nucleic Acids Research 47:6984-7002. doi: 10.1093/nar/gkz317. (pdf)

 

2018

 

Thoms M, Mitterer V, Kater L, Falquet L, Beckmann R, Kressler D & Hurt E (2018). Suppressor mutations in Rpf2-Rrs1 or Rpl5 bypass the Cgr1 function for pre-ribosomal 5S RNP rotation. Nature Communications 9:4094. doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-06660-w. (pdf)

 

2017

 

Kater L, Thoms M, Barrio-Garcia C, Cheng J, Ismail S, Ahmed YL, Bange G, Kressler D, Berninghausen O, Sinning I, Hurt E & Beckmann R (2017). Visualizing the assembly pathway of nucleolar pre-60S ribosomes. Cell 171:1599–1610. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2017.11.039. (pdf)

Kressler D, Hurt E & Bassler J (2017). A puzzle of life: crafting ribosomal subunits. Trends in Biochemical Sciences 8:640-645. doi: 10.1016/j.tibs.2017.05.005. #Co-corresponding author. (pdf

Pillet B, Mitterer V, Kressler D & Pertschy B (2017). Hold on to your friends: Dedicated chaperones of ribosomal proteins. BioEssays 39:1-12. doi: 10.1002/bies.201600153. #Co-corresponding author. (pdf)

 

2016

 

Mitterer V, Gantenbein N, Birner-Grünberger R, Murat G, Bergler H, Kressler D & Pertschy B (2016). Nuclear import of dimerized ribosomal protein Rps3 in complex with its chaperone Yar1. Scientific Reports 6:36714. doi: 10.1038/srep36714. (pdf)

Fernández-Pevida A, Martín-Villanueva S, Murat G, Lacombe T, Kressler D & de la Cruz J (2016). The eukaryote-specific N-terminal extension of ribosomal protein S31 contributes to the assembly and function of 40S ribosomal subunits. Nucleic Acids Research 44:7777-7791. doi: 10.1093/nar/gkw641. #Co-corresponding author. (pdf)

Mitterer V, Murat G, Réty S, Blaud M, Delbos L, Stanborough T, Bergler H, Leulliot N, Kressler D & Pertschy B (2016). Sequential domain assembly of ribosomal protein S3 drives 40S subunit maturation. Nature Communications 7:10336. doi: 10.1038/ncomms10336. #Co-corresponding author. (pdf)

 

2015

 

Pillet B, García-Gómez JJ, Pausch P, Falquet L, Bange G, de la Cruz J & Kressler D (2015). The dedicated chaperone Acl4 escorts ribosomal protein Rpl4 to its nuclear pre-60S assembly site. PLoS Genetics 11:e1005565.  (pdf)

Rodríguez-Galán O, García-Gómez JJ, Kressler D & de la Cruz J (2015). Immature large ribosomal subunits containing the 7S pre-rRNA can engage in translation in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeRNA Biology 12:838-846. (pdf)

Pausch P, Singh U, Ahmed YL, Pillet B, Murat G, Altegoer F, Stier G, Thoms M, Hurt E, Sinning I, Bange G & Kressler D (2015). Co-translational capturing of nascent ribosomal proteins by their dedicated chaperones. Nature Communications 6:7494 (pdf)

Calviño FR, Kharde S, Ori A, Hendricks A, Wild K, Kressler D, Bange G, Hurt E, Beck M & Sinning I (2015). Symportin 1 chaperones 5S RNP assembly during ribosome biogenesis by occupying an essential rRNA-binding site. Nature Communications 6:6510 (pdf).

Fernández-Pevida A, Kressler D & de la Cruz J. (2015). Processing of preribosomal RNA in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. WIREs RNA. 6:191-209. 

 

2014

 

García-Gómez, J. J., A. Fernández-Pevida, S. Lebaron, I. Rosado, D. Tollervey, D. Kressler, and J. de la Cruz (2014). Final pre-40S maturation depends on the functional integrity of the 60S subunit ribosomal protein L3. PLOS Genetics 10:e1004205. (pdf)

 

2013

 

Pratte, D. U. Singh, G. Murat, and D. Kressler (2013). Mak5 and Ebp2 act together on early pre-60S particles and their reduced functionality bypasses the requirement for the essential pre-60S factor Nsa1. PLoS ONE 8:e82741. (pdf)

Bange, G., G. Murat, I. Sinning, E. Hurt, and D. Kressler (2013). New twist to nuclear import: When two travel together. CommunIntegr. Biol. 6:e24792. (pdf)

 

2012

     

Kressler, D., G. Bange, Y. Ogawa, G. Stjepanovic, B. Bradatsch, D. Pratte, S. Amlacher, D. Strauß, Y. Yoneda, J. Katahira, I. Sinning, and E. Hurt (2012). Synchronizing nuclear import of ribosomal proteins with ribosome assembly. Science 338:666-671. #Co-corresponding author. (pdf

Koch, B., V. Mitterer, J. Niederhauser, T. Stanborough, G. Murat, G. Rechberger, H. Bergler, D. Kressler, and B. Pertschy (2012). Yar1 protects the ribosomal protein Rps3 from aggregation. J. Biol. Chem. 287:21806-21815 (pdf)

Kressler, D., E. Hurt, H. Bergler, and J. Baßler (2012). The power of AAA-ATPases on the road of pre-60S ribosome maturation - Molecular machines that strip pre-ribosomal particles. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1823:92-100. (pdf

 

2011

 

Bange, G., N. Kümmerer, P. Grudnik, R. Lindner, G. Petzold, D. Kressler, E. Hurt, K. Wild, and I. Sinning (2011). Structural basis for the molecular evolution of SRP-GTPase activation by protein. Nat. Struct. Mol. Biol. 18:1376-1380.

 

2010

 

Kressler, D., E. Hurt, and J. Bassler (2010). Driving ribosome assembly. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1803:673-683. (pdf)

 

2009

 

Ulbrich, C., M. Diepholz, J. Baßler, D. Kressler, B. Pertschy, K. Galani, B. Böttcher, and E. Hurt (2009). Mechanochemical removal of ribosome biogenesis factors from nascent 60S ribosomal subunits. Cell. 138:911-922 (pdf)

Klöckner, C., M. Schneider, S. Lutz, D. Jani, D. Kressler, M. Stewart, E. Hurt, and A. Köhler (2009). Mutational uncoupling of the role of Sus1 in nuclear pore complex targeting of an mRNA export complex and histone H2B deubiquitination. J. Biol. Chem. 284:12049-12056. (pdf)

Lacombe, T., J. J. García-Gómez, J. de la Cruz, D. Roser, E. Hurt, P. Linder, and D. Kressler (2009). Linear ubiquitin fusion to Rps31 and its subsequent cleavage are required for the efficient production and functional integrity of 40S ribosomal subunits. Mol. Microbiol. 72:69-84. (pdf)

 

2008

 

Kressler, D., D. Roser, B. Pertschy, and E. Hurt (2008). The AAA ATPase Rix7 powers progression of ribosome biogenesis by stripping Nsa1 from pre-60S particles. J. Cell Biol. 181:935-944. (pdf

 

2007

 

Kressler, D., M. B. Hock, and A. Kralli (2007). Coactivators PGC-1? and SRC-1 interact functionally to promote the agonist activity of the selective estrogen receptor modulator tamoxifen. J. Biol. Chem. 282:26897-26907. (pdf)

Rosado, I. V., D. Kressler, and J. de la Cruz (2007). Functional analysis of Saccharomyces cerevisiae ribosomal protein Rpl3p in ribosome synthesis. Nucleic Acids Res. 35:4203-4213.(pdf

 

2006

 

Panse, V. G., D. Kressler, A. Pauli, E. Petfalski, M. Gnädig, D. Tollervey, and E. Hurt (2006). Formation and nuclear export of preribosomes are functionally linked to the small-ubiquitin-related modifier pathway. Traffic 7:1311-1321. (pdf)

 

2005

 

Efe, J. A., F. Plattner, N. Hulo, D. Kressler, S. D. Emr, and O. Deloche (2005). Yeast Mon2p is a highly conserved protein that functions in the cytoplasm-to-vacuole transport pathway and is required for Golgi homeostasis. J. Cell Science 118:4751-4764. (pdf)

 

2004

 

de la Cruz, J., T. Lacombe, O. Deloche, P. Linder, and D. Kressler (2004). The putative RNA helicase Dbp6p functionally interacts with Rpl3p, Nop8p and the novel trans-acting factor Rsa3p during biogenesis of 60S ribosomal subunits in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeGenetics 166:1687-1699. (pdf)

Deloche, O., J. de la Cruz, D. Kressler, M. Doère, and P. Linder (2004). A membrane transport defect leads to a rapid attenuation of translation initiation in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeMol. Cell 13:357-366. (pdf)  

de la Cruz, J., D. Kressler, and P. Linder (2004). Ribosomal subunit assembly. In The Nucleolus (ed. M. O. J. Olson). Landes Bioscience/Eurekah.com, Georgetown, TX.  (pdf)

 

2003

 

Zagulski, M., D. Kressler, A.-M. Bécam, J. Rytka, and C. J. Herbert (2003). Mak5p, which is required for the maintenance of the M1 dsRNA virus, is encoded by the yeast ORF YBR142w and is involved in the biogenesis of the 60S subunit of the ribosome. Mol. Gen. Genomics 270:216-224.  

 

2002

 

Kressler, D., S. Schreiber, D. Knutti, and A. Kralli (2002). The PGC-1-related protein PERC is a selective coactivator of estrogen receptor ?. J. Biol. Chem. 277:13918-13925. (pdf)

 

2001

 

Daugeron, M.-C., D. Kressler, and P. Linder (2001). Dbp9p, a putative ATP-dependent RNA helicase involved in 60S-ribosomal-subunit biogenesis, functionally interacts with Dbp6p. RNA 7:1317-1334. #Co-first author. (pdf)

Knutti, D., D. Kressler, and A. Kralli (2001). Regulation of the transcriptional coactivator PGC-1 via MAPK-sensitive interaction with a repressor. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 98:9713-9718. (pdf)

 

2000 and before

 

Pintard, L., D. Kressler, and B. Lapeyre (2000). Spb1p is a yeast nucleolar protein associated with Nop1p and Nop58p that is able to bind S-adenosyl-L-methionine. Mol. Cell. Biol. 20:1370-1381. (pdf)

Kressler, D., M. Doère, M. Rojo, and P. Linder (1999). Synthetic lethality with conditional dbp6 alleles identifies Rsa1p, a nucleoplasmic protein involved in the assembly of 60S ribosomal subunits. Mol. Cell. Biol. 19:8633-8645. #Co-corresponding author. (pdf)

Kressler, D., P. Linder, and J. de la Cruz (1999). Protein trans-acting factors involved in ribosome biogenesis in Saccaromyces cerevisiaeMol. Cell. Biol. 19:7897-7912. (pdf)

Kressler, D., M. Rojo, P. Linder, and J. de la Cruz (1999). Spb1p is a putative methyltransferase required for 60S ribosomal subunit biogenesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeNucleic Acids Res. 27:4598-4608. (pdf)

de la Cruz, J., D. Kressler, and P. Linder (1999). Unwinding RNA in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: DEAD-box proteins and related families. Trends Biochem. Sci. 24:192-198. (pdf)

de la Cruz, J., D. Kressler, M. Rojo, D. Tollervey, and P. Linder (1998). Spb4p, an essential putative RNA helicase, is required for a late step in the assembly of 60S ribosomal subunits in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeRNA 4:1268-1281. #Co-first author. (pdf)

Kressler, D., J. de la Cruz, M. Rojo, and P. Linder (1998). Dbp6p is an essential putative ATP-dependent RNA helicase required for 60S-ribosomal-subunit assembly in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeMol. Cell. Biol. 18:1855-1865. #Corresponding author. (pdf)

de la Cruz, J., D. Kressler, D. Tollervey, and P. Linder (1998). Dob1p (Mtr4p) is a putative ATP-dependent RNA helicase required for the 3' end formation of 5.8S rRNA in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeEMBO J. 17:1128-1140. #Co-first author. (pdf)

 Kressler, D., J. de la Cruz, M. Rojo, and P. Linder (1997). Fal1p is an essential DEAD-box protein involved in 40S-ribosomal-subunit biogenesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeMol. Cell. Biol. 17:7283-7294. (pdf)

de la Cruz, J., I. Iost, D. Kressler, and P. Linder (1997). The p20 and Ded1 proteins have antagonistic roles in eIF4E-dependent translation in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeProc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 94:5201-5206. (pdf)