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Cottier, S., and Schneiter, R., (2021). Lipid droplets form a network interconnected by the endoplasmic reticulum through which they equilibrate their proteins. J. Cell Sci. 135, doi: 10.1242/jcs.258819

Molenaar, M., Yadav, K., Toulmay, A., Wassenaar, T., Mari, M., Caillon, L., Chorlay, A., Lukmantara, I. E., Haaker, M., Wubbolts, R., Houweling, M., Vaandrager, A., Prieur, X., Reggiori, F., Choudhary, V., Yang, H., Schneiter, R., Thiam, A. R., Prinz, W., and Helms, K., (2021). Retinyl esters form lipid droplets independently of triacylglycerol and seipin. J. Cell Biol. 220, e202011071, doi: 10.1083/jcb.202011071.

Kocabey, S., Ekim Kocabey, , Schneiter, R., and Rüegg, C., (2021). Membrane Interacting DNA Nanotubes induce Cancer Cell Death. Nanomaterials 11, doi: 10.3390/nano11082003.

Khaddaj, R., Mari, M., Cottier, S., Reggiori, F., and Schneiter, R., (2021). Targeting of integral membrane proteins to the surface of lipid droplets. J Cell Sci. 2022 1;135(5):jcs256206. doi: 10.1242/jcs.256206. Epub 2021

Choudhary, V., and Schneiter, R. (2021). A unique junctional interface at contact sites between the endoplasmic reticulum and lipid droplets. Front. Cell Dev. Biol. 9, 650186.

Zoni, V., Khaddaj, R., Lukmantara, I., Shinoda, W., Yang, H., Schneiter, R., and Vanni, S. (2021). Seipin accumulates and traps diacylglycerols and triglycerides in its ring-like structure. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 118(10):e2017205118. doi: 10.1073/pnas.2017205118.

Zoni, V., Khaddaj, R., Campomanes, P., Thiam, A. R., Schneiter, R., and Vanni, S., (2021). Lipid droplet biogenesis is driven by liquid-liquid phase separation. Elife 10:10.7554/eLife.62886.




El Atab, O., Darwiche, R., Truax, N. J., Schneiter, R., Hull, K. G., Romo, D., and Asojo, O. A., (2020). Necator americanus ancylostoma secreted protein-2 (Na-ASP-2) binds an Ascaroside (ascr#3) in its fatty acid binding site. Front Chem 8, 608296.

Choudhary V & Schneiter R (2020). Lipid droplet biogenesis from specialized ER subdomain. Microbial Cell, 7, 218-221.

Cottier S, Darwiche R, Meyenhofer F, Debelyy MO & Schneiter R (2020). The yeast cell wall protein Pry3 inhibits mating through highly conserved residues within the CAP domain. Biol. Open. DOI: 1242/bio.053470

Choudhary V, El Atab O, Mizzon G, Prinz WA & Schneiter R (2020). Seipin and Nem1 establish discrete ER subdomains to initiate yeast lipid droplet biogenesis. J. Cell Biol. 219, DOI: 1083/jcb.201910177

Dawoody Nejad L, Stumpe M, Rauch M, Hemphill A, Schneiter R, Bütikofer P & Serricchio M (2020). Mitochondrial sphingosine-1-phosphate lyase is essential for phosphatidylethanolamine synthesis and survival of Trypanosoma brucei. Sci Rep 10, 8268. DOI: 1038/s41598-020-65248-x




Choudhary V, Golani G, Joshi AS, Cottier S, Schneiter R, Prinz WA & Kozlov MM (2018). Architecture of lipid droplets in endoplasmic reticulum is determined by phospholipid intrinsic curvature. Current Biology 28: 915-926.

Darwiche R, Lugo F, Drurey C, Varossieau K, Smant G, Wilbers RHP, Maizels RM, Schneiter R, Asojo OA (2018). Crystal structure of Brugia malayi venom allergen-like protein-1 (BmVAL-1), a vaccine candidate for lymphatic filariasis. Int J Parasitol. 48:371-378.

Asojo OA, DarwicheR, Gebremedhin S, Smant G, Lozano-Torres JL, Drurey C, Pollet J, Maizels RM, Schneiter R, Wilbers RHP (2018). Heligmosomoides polygyrus Venom Allergen-like Protein-4 (HpVAL-4) is a sterol binding protein. Int J Parasitol. 48:359-369.

Darwiche R, El Atab O, Cottier S, & Schneiter R (2018): The function of yeast CAP family proteins in lipid export, mating and pathogen defense. FEBS Letters 592: 1304-1311.

Bantel Y, Darwiche R, Rupp S, Schneiter R & Sohn K (2018). Localization and functional characterization of the pathogenesis-related proteins Rbe1p and Rbt4p in Candida albicans. PLoS One 13, e0201932.

Wilbers RHP, Schneiter R, Holterman MHM, Drurey C, Smant G, Asojo OA, Maizels RM & Lozano-Torres JL (2018). Secreted venom allergen-like proteins of helminths: Conserved modulators of host responses in animals and plants. PLoS Pathog 14, e1007300.




Luo Z, Kelleher AJ, Darwiche R, Hudspeth EM, Shittu OK, Krishnavajhala A, Schneiter R, Lopez JE & Asojo OA (2017). Crystal Structure of Borrelia turicataeprotein, BTA121, a differentially regulated gene in the tick-mammalian transmission cycle of relapsing fever spirochetes. Scientific Reports 7: #15310 (link).

Debelyy MO, Waridel P, Quadroni M, Schneiter R & Conzelmann A (2017) Chemical crosslinking and mass spectrometry to elucidate the topology of integral membrane proteins. PLoS ONE 12(10): e0186840. (link)

Darwiche R, El Atab O, Baroni RM, Teixeira PJPL, Mondego JMC, Pereira GAG & Schneiter R (2017). Plant pathogenesis-related proteins of the cacao fungal pathogen Moniliophthora perniciosa differ in their lipid-binding specificities. Journal Biological Chemistry 292: 20558-20569 (link).

Baroni RM, Luo Z, Darwiche R, Hudspeth EM, Schneiter R, Pereira GAG, Mondego JMC & Asojo OA (2017). Crystal Structure of MpPR-1i, a SCP/TAPS protein from Moniliophthora perniciosa, the fungus that causes Witches’ Broom Disease of Cacao. Scientific Reports 7: #7818 (doi:10.1038/s41598-017-07887-1). (link)

Knupp J, Martinez-Montañés F, Van Den Bergh F, Cottier S, Schneiter R, Beard D & Chang A (2017). Sphingolipid accumulation causes mitochondrial dysregulation and cell death. Cell Death Differentiation  24: 2044-2053 (online: doi: 10.1038/cdd.2017.128).

Darwiche R & Schneiter R (2017) A ligand-binding assay to measure the affinity and specificity of sterol-binding proteins in vitro. In: Barredo JL & Herráiz I (eds), Chap 25, pp 361-368, Microbial Steroids. Methods in Molecular Biology, vol 1645. Humana Press, New York

Darwiche R, Mène-Saffrané L, Gfeller D, Asojo OA & Schneiter R (2017). The pathogen-related yeast protein Pry1, a member of the CAP protein superfamily, is a fatty acid-binding protein. Journal of Biological Chemistry 292: 8304-8314 (online doi: 10.1074/jbc.M117.781880).




Martínez-Montañés F & Schneiter R (2016). Tools for the analysis of metabolic flux through the sphingolipid pathway. Biochimie 130: 76-80. (link)

Gamir J, Darwiche R, van’t Hof P, Choudhary V, Stumpe M, Schneiter R & Mauch F (2017). The sterol-binding activity of PATHOGENESIS-RELATED PROTEIN 1 reveals the mode of action of an antimicrobial protein. Plant Journal 89: 502-509 (online: DOI: 10.1111/tpj.13398).

Mishra S, Khaddaj R, Cottier S, Stradalova V, Jacob C & Schneiter R(2016). Mature lipid droplets are accessible to ER luminal proteins. Journal Cell Science 129: 3803-3815. (online doi: 10.1242/jcs.189191) (link)

and the related spotlight for the same authors: A close link between lipid droplets and the ER lumen. Journal Cell Science 129: e2005 (link)

Jadhav S, Russo S, Cottier S, Schneiter R, L. Cowart A & Greenberg ML (2016). Valproate induces the unfolded protein response by increasing ceramide levels. Journal Biological Chemistry 291: 22253-22261 (online doi: 10.1074/jbc.M116.752634) (link)

Martínez-Montañés F, Lone MA, Hsu FF & Schneiter R (2016). Accumulation of long-chain bases in yeast promotes their conversion to long-chain base vinyl ether. J Lipid Research (online DOI:10.1194/jlr.M070748). (link)

Vazquez HM, Vionnet C, Roubaty C, Mallela SK, Schneiter R & Conzelmann A (2016). Chemogenetic E-MAP in Saccharomyces cerevisiae for identification of embrane transporters operating lipid flip flop. PLoS Genetics 12(7): e1006160.doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1006160. (link)

Darwiche R, Kelleher A, Hudspeth EM, Schneiter R & Asojo OA (2016). Structural and functional characterization of the CAP domain of pathogen-related yeast 1 (Pry1) protein. Scientific Reports 6, # 28838 (doi:10.1038/srep28838).

Darwiche R & Schneiter R (2016). Cholesterol-binding by the yeast CAP family member Pry1 requires the presence of an aliphatic side chain on cholesterol. J. Steroids & Hormonal Science 7: 172 (link)

Martínez-Montañés F & Schneiter R (2016). Following the flux of long-chain bases through the sphingolipid pathway in vivo using mass spectrometry. J Lipid Research (online doi: 10.1194/jlr.D066472).




Lone MA, Atkinson AE, Hodge CA, Cottier S, Martínez-Montañés F, Maithel S, Mène-Saffrané L, Cole CN & Schneiter R (2015). Yeast integral membrane proteins Apq12, Brl1, and Brr6 form a complex important for regulation of membrane homeostasis and nuclear pore complex biogenesis.  Eukaryotic Cell 14: 1217-1227. (online doi: 10.1128/EC.00101-15).

Mishra S & Schneiter R (2015). Expression of perilipin 5 promotes lipid droplet formation in yeast. Communicative & Integrative Biology (DOI: 10.1080/19420889.2015.1071728)

Fügi MA, Kaiser M, Tanner M, Schneiter R, Mäser P & Guanemail XL (2015). Match-making for posaconazole through systems thinking. Trends in Parasitology 31: 46-51.




Dubots E, Cottier S, Péli-Gulli MP, Jaquenoud M, Bontron S, Schneiter R & De Virgilio C (2014). TORC1 regulates Pah1 phosphatidate phosphatase activity via the Nem1/Spo7 protein phosphatase complex. PLoS ONE 9(8): e104194. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0104194.

Kelleher A, Darwiche R, Rezende WC, Farias LP, Leite LCC, Schneiter R & Asojo OA (2014). Schistosoma mansoni venom allergen-like protein 4 (SmVAL4) is a novel lipid-binding SCP/TAPS protein that lacks the prototypical CAP motifs. Acta Crystallographica Section D Biological Crystallography 70: 2186-2196.

Knechtle P, Diefenbacher M, Greve KBV, Brianza F, Folly C, Heider H, Lone MA, Long L, Meyer JP, Roussel P, Ghannoum MA, Schneiter R & Sorensen AS (2014). The natural diyne-furan fatty acid EV-086 is an inhibitor of fungal delta(9) fatty acid desaturation with efficacy in a model of skin dermatophytosis. Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy 58: 455-466.

Choudhary V., Darwiche R., Gfeller D., Zoete V., Michielin O. & Schneiter R. (2014). The caveolin-binding motif of the pathogen related yeast protein Pry1, a member of the CAP protein superfamily, is required for in vivo export of cholesteryl acetate. Journal of Lipid Research 55: 883-894.




Jacquier N, Mishra S, Choudhary V & Schneiter R (2013). Expression of oleosin and perilipins in yeast promote formation of lipid droplets from the endoplasmatic reticulum. J. Cell Science 126: 5198-5209.

Schneiter R & Di Pietro A (2013). The CAP protein superfamily: function in sterol export and fungal virulence. BioMol Concepts 4: 519-525.




Choudhary V & Schneiter R  (2012). Pathogen-Related Yeast (PRY) proteins and members of the CAP superfamily are secreted sterol-binding proteins. PNAS109: 16882-16887.

Jacquier N & Schneiter R (2012). Mechanisms of sterol uptake and transport in yeast. J. Steroid Biochem. Mol. Biol. 129: 70-78. [Medline] [pdf]




Choudhary V, Jacquier N & Schneiter R (2011). The topology of the triacylglycerol synthesizing enzyme Lro1 indicates that neutral lipids can be produced within the luminal compartment of the endoplasmatic reticulum: implications for the biogenesis of lipid droplets. Communicative & Integrative Biology 4: 781-784. [Medline] [pdf].

Jacquier, N., Choudhary, V., Mari, M., Toulmay, A., Reggiori, F., and Schneiter, R., (2011). Lipid droplets are functionally connected to the endoplasmic reticulum in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J. Cell. Sci. 124: 2424-2437. [Medline] [pdf]




Schneiter R & Cole CN (2010). Integrating complex functions: Coordination of nuclear pore complex assembly and membrane expansion of the nuclear envelope requires a family of integral membrane proteins.  Nucleus 1:5, 1-6. [Medline] [pdf]

Han S, Lone MA, Schneiter R & Chang A (2010). Orm1 and Orm2 are conserved endoplasmic reticulum membrane proteins regulating lipid homeostasis and protein quality control. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 107: 5851-5856. [Medline] [pdf]

Jacquier N & Schneiter R (2010). Ypk1, the yeast orthologue of the human serum- and glucocorticoid-induced kinase, is required for efficient uptake of fatty acids. J. Cell. Sci. 123: 2218-2227. [Medline] [pdf]

Hodge CA, Choudhary V, Wolyniak MJ, Scarcelli JJ, Schneiter R & Cole CN(2010). Integral membrane proteins Brr6 and Apq12 link assembly of the nuclear pore complex to lipid homeostasis in the endoplasmic reticulum. J. Cell Sci. 123:141-151. [Medline] [pdf] 




Choudhary V & Schneiter R (2009). Monitoring sterol uptake, acetylation, and export in yeast. Methods Mol. Biol. 580: 221-232. [Medline] [pdf]

Schafer B, Quispe J, Choudhary V, Chipuk JE, Ajero TG, Du H, Schneiter R & Kuwana T (2009). Mitochondrial outer membrane proteins assist Bid in Bax-mediated lipidic pore formation. Mol. Biol. Cell. 20: 2276-2285. [Medline] [pdf]

Francois IE, Bink A, Vandercappellen J, Ayscough KR, Toulmay A, Schneiter R, van Gyseghem E, Van den Mooter G, Borgers M, Vandenbosch D, Coenye T, Cammue BP & Thevissen K (2009). Mebrane rafts are involved in intracellular miconazole accumulation in yeast cells. J. Biol. Chem. 284: 32680-32685. [Medline] [pdf]

Lin M, Unden H, Jacquier N, Schneiter R, Just U & Höfken T (2009). The Cdc42 effectors Ste20, Cla4 and Skm1 down-regulate the expression of genes involved in sterol uptake by a MAPK-independent pathway. Mol. Biol. Cell. 20: 4826-4837. [Medline] [pdf]

Tiwari R & Schneiter R (2009). Sterol acetylation and export from yeast and mammalian cells. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller. ISBN 978-3-639-16998.




Wymann MP & Schneiter R (2008). Lipid signaling in disease. Nat. Rev. Mol. Cell. Biol. 9: 162-176. [Medline] [pdf]

Wymann MP, Rückle T, Rommel C, Schwarz M & Schneiter R (2008). Targeting lipid signalling in disease. Nat. Rev. Mol. Cell. Biol. 9: Poster supplement.[pdf] 




Tiwari R, Köffel R & Schneiter R (2007). An acetylation/deacetylation cycle controls the export of sterols and steroids from S. cerevisiaeEMBO J. 26: 5109-5119. [Medline] [pdf]

Schneiter R & Toulmay A (2007). The role of lipids in the biogenesis of integral membrane proteins. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 73: 1224-1232. [Medline] [pdf]

Schneiter R (2007). Intracellular sterol transport in eukaryotes, a connection to mitochondrial function ?  Biochimie 89: 255-259. [Medline] [pdf]

Toulmay A & Schneiter R (2007). Lipid-dependent surface transport of the proton pumping ATPase: A model to study plasma membrane biogenesis. Biochimie 89: 249-254. [Medline] [pdf]




Gaigg B, Toulmay A & Schneiter R (2006). Very long-chain fatty acids rather than sphingolipids are required for stable delivery of newly synthesized plasma membrane ATPase to the cell surface of yeast. J. Biol. Chem. 281: 34135-34145. [Medline] [pdf]

Toulmay A & Schneiter R (2006). A two-step method for the introduction of single or multiple defined point mutations into the genome of Saccharomyces cerevisiaeYeast 23 825-831. [Medline] [pdf]

Köffel R & Schneiter R (2006). Yeh1 constitutes the major sterol ester hydrolase under heme-deficient conditions in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeEuk. Cell. 5: 1018-1025. [Medline] [pdf]

Schneiter R & Daum G (2006). Analysis of yeast lipids. Methods Mol. Biol.313: 75-84. [Medline] [pdf]

Schneiter R & Daum G (2006). Extraction of yeast lipids. Methods Mol. Biol. 313: 41-46. [Medline] [pdf]

Reiner S, Micolod D, Zellnig G & Schneiter R (2006). A genome-wide screen reveals a role of mitochondria in anaerobic uptake of sterols in yeast. Mol. Biol. Cell. 17: 90-103. [Medline] [pdf]




Reiner S, Micolod D & Schneiter R (2005). Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a model to study sterol uptake and transport in eukaryotes. Biochem. Soc. Trans.33: 1186-1188. [Medline] [pdf]

Gaigg B, Timischl B, Corbino L & Schneiter R (2005). Synthesis of sphingolipids with very long-chain fatty acids but not ergosterol is required for routing of newly synthesized plasma membrane ATPase to the cell surface of yeast. J. Biol. Chem. 280: 22515-22522. [Medline] [pdf]

Köffel R, Tiwari R, Falquet L & Schneiter R (2005). The Saccharomyces cerevisiae YLL012/YEH1, YLR020/YEH2, and TGL1 genes encode a novel family of membrane-anchored lipases that are required for steryl ester hydrolysis. Mol. Cell. Biol. 25: 1655-1668.[Medline] [pdf]




Schneiter R, Brügger B, Amann CM, Prestwich GD, Epand RF, Zellnig G, Wieland FT & Epand RM (2004). Identification and biophysical characterization of a very long-chain fatty acid substituted phosphatidylinositol in yeast subcellular membranes. Biochem. J. 381: 941-949. [Medline] [pdf]

Kolaczkowski M, Kolaczkowska A, Gaigg B, Schneiter R & Moye-Rowley SW (2004). Differential regulation of ceramide synthase components LAC1 and LAG1 in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeEuk. Cell 3: 880-892. [Medline] [pdf] 

Faergeman NJ, Feddersen S, Christiansen JK, Larsen MK, Schneiter R, Ungermann C, Mutenda K, Roepstorff P & Knudsen J (2004). Acyl-CoA binding protein, Acb1p, is required for normal vacuole function and ceramide synthesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeBiochem. J. 380: 907-918. [Medline] [pdf]




Birner R, Nebauer R, Schneiter R & Daum G (2003). Synthetic lethal interaction of the mitochondrial phosphatidylethanolamine biosynthetic machinery with the prohibitin complex of Saccharomyces cerevisiaeMol. Biol. Cell. 14: 370-383. [Medline] [pdf]




Eisenkolb M, Zenzmaier C, Leitner E & Schneiter R (2002). A specific structural requirement for ergosterol in long chain fatty acid synthesis mutants required for maintaining raft domains in yeast. Mol. Biol. Cell. 13: 4414-4428. [Medline][pdf]

Tatzer V, Zellnig G, Kohlwein SD & Schneiter R (2002). Lipid-dependent ER exit of the acyl chain desaturase in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeMol. Biol. Cell. 13: 4429-4442. [Medline] [pdf] 

Kuwana T, Mackey MR, Perkins G, Ellisman MH, Latterich M, Schneiter R, Green DR. & Newmeyer, DD (2002). Bid, Bax, and lipids cooperate to form supramolecular openings in the outer mitochondrial membrane. Cell 111: 331-342. [Medline] [pdf] 

Young ME, Karpova TS, Brügger B, Moschenross DM, Wang GK, Schneiter R, Wieland FT & Cooper, JA (2002). The Sur7p family defines novel cortical domains in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, affects sphingolipid metabolism, and is involved in sporulation. Mol. Cell. Biol. 22: 927-934. [Medline] [pdf]




Schneiter R (2001). Yeast acetyl coenzyme A carboxylase, master regulator of fatty acid synthesis, and more? Recent Res. Devel. Mol. Cell. Biol. 2: 1-11. 

Gaigg B, Neegaard TBF, Schneiter R, Hansen JK, Faergeman NJ, Jensen NA, Andersen JR, Friis J, Sandhoff R, Schroder HD & Knudsen J (2001). Depletion of acyl-CoA binding protein affects transport linked sphingolipid synthesis in S. cerevisiaeMol. Biol. Cell. 12: 1147-1160. [Medline] [pdf] 

Birner R, Bürgermeister M, Schneiter R & Daum G (2001). Roles of phosphatidylethanolamine and its several biosynthetic pathways in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeMol. Biol. Cell. 12: 997-1007. [Medline] [pdf] 

Niessen M, Schneiter R & Nöthiger R (2001). Molecular identification of virilizer, a gene required for the expression of the sex-determining gene Sex-lethal in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 157: 679-688. [Medline] [pdf]


2000 and before


Schneiter R, Carter AT, Hernando Y, Zellnig G, Schweizer LM & Schweizer M (2000). The importance of the five phosphoribosyl-pyrophosphate synthase (Prs) gene products of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in the maintenance of cell integrity and the subcellular localization of Prs1p. Microbiology 146: 3269-3278. [Medline] [pdf]

Schneiter R, Tatzer V, Gogg G, Leitner E & Kohlwein SD (2000). Elo1p-dependent carboxy-terminal elongation of C14:1 to C14:1 fatty acids in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeJ. Bacteriol. 182: 3655-3660. [Medline] [pdf] 

Schneiter R, Guerra CE, Lampl M, Tatzer V, Zellnig G, Klein HL & Kohlwein SD (2000). A novel cold-sensitive allele of the rate-limiting enzyme of fatty acid synthesis, acetyl-CoA carboxylase, affects the morphology of the yeast vacuole through acylation of Vac8p. Mol. Cell Biol. 20: 2984-2995. [Medline] [pdf] 

Schneiter R, Brügger B, Sandhoff R, Zellnig G, Leber A, Lampl M, Athenstaedt K, Hrastnik C, Eder S, Daum G, Paltauf F, Wieland FT & Kohlwein SD (1999). Electrospray tandem mass spectrometry (ESI-MS/MS) analysis of the lipid molecular species composition of yeast subcellular membranes reveals acyl chain-based sorting/remodeling of distinct molecular species en route to the plasma membrane. J. Cell Biol. 146: 741-754. [Medline] [pdf]

Schneiter R (1999). Brave little yeast, please guide us to Thebes: Sphingolipid function in S. cerevisiaeBioessays 21: 1004-1010. [Medline] [pdf] 

Schneiter R, Guerra CE, Lampl M, Gogg G, Kohlwein SD & Klein HL (1999). The Saccharomyces cerevisiae hyperrecombination mutant hpr1 is synthetically lethal with two conditional alleles of the acetyl-CoA carboxylase gene and causes a defect in nuclear export of polyadenylated RNA. Mol. Cell Biol. 19: 3415-3422. [Medline] [pdf]

Lampl M, Eder S, Schneiter R & Kohlwein SD (1998). A link between fatty acid synthesis and organelle structure in yeast. NATO ASI Series, Vol. H 106: 291-300.

Ivessa AS, Schneiter R & Kohlwein SD (1997). Yeast acetyl-CoA carboxylase is associated with the cytoplasmic surface of the endoplasmic reticulum. Eur. J. Cell Biol. 74: 399-406. [Medline] 

Leber A, Fischer P, Schneiter R, Kohlwein SD & Daum G (1997). The yeast mic2 mutant is defective in the formation of mannosyl-diinositolphosphoryl-ceramide. FEBS Lett. 411: 211-214. [Medline] [pdf] 

Schneiter R & Kohlwein SD (1997). Organelle structure, function and inheritance in yeast: a role for fatty acid synthesis? Cell 88: 431-434. [Medline][pdf]

Schneiter R, Hitomi M, Ivessa AS, Fasch E-V, Kohlwein SD & Tartakoff AM (1996). A yeast acetyl coenzyme A carboxylase mutant links very-long-chain fatty acid synthesis to the structure and function of the nuclear membrane — pore complex. Mol. Cell. Biol. 16: 7161-7172. [Medline] [pdf] 

Kohlwein SD, Daum G, Schneiter R & Paltauf F (1996). Phospholipids: synthesis, sorting, subcellular traffic - the yeast approach. Trends Cell Biol. 6: 260-266. [Medline] 

Hilfiker A, Amrein H, Dübendorfer A, Schneiter R & Nöthiger R (1996). The gene virilizer is required for female-specific splicing controlled by Sxl, the master gene for sexual development in DrosophilaDevelopment 121: 4017-4026. [Medline] [pdf]

Schneiter R, Kadowaki T & Tartakoff AM (1995). mRNA transport in yeast: time to reinvestigate the functions of the nucleolus. Mol. Biol. Cell 6: 357-370. [Medline] [pdf] 

Tartakoff AM & Schneiter R (1995). The nuclear GTPase cycle: promoting peripheralization? Trends Cell Biol. 5: 5-8. [Medline] 

Kadowaki T, Schneiter R, Hitomi M & Tartakoff A M (1995). Mutations in nucleolar proteins lead to nucleolar accumulation of polyA(+) RNA in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeMol. Biol. Cell 6: 1103-1110. [Medline] [pdf]

Kadowaki T, Chen S, Hitomi M, Jacobs E, Kumagai C, Liang S, Schneiter R, Singleton D, Wisniewska J & Tartakoff A M (1994). Isolation and characterization of Saccharomyces cerevisiae mRNA transport-defective (mtr) mutants. J. Cell Biol. 126: 649-659. [Medline] [pdf]

Zülli F, Schneiter R, Urfer R & Zuber H (1991). Engineering thermostability and activity of lactate dehydrogenases from Bacilli. Biol. Chem. Hoppe-Seyler 372: 363-372. [Medline]