Helle D. Ulrich

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Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany 
Area:
Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Genetics
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Jennifer Banerjee grad student Cancer Research UK - London Research Institute
Elisabeth R. Colby grad student University of Bristol, UK
Stephanie Freiß grad student Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Nataliia Gralievska grad student Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Diana Huttner grad student Technion
Sabrina Wegmann grad student Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
George Yakoub grad student Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Shengkai Zhao grad student Accenture
Thomas Albert post-doc University of Muenster, Germany
Liliana Batista post-doc Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Andrea Bucceri post-doc Dove Medical Press
Shuhua Chen post-doc Universität zu Köln
Yasukazu Daigaku post-doc Tohoku University, Japan
Karolin Eifler-Olivi post-doc Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Néstor García-Rodríguez post-doc Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Laure Gonzalez post-doc Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Susan Jacobs post-doc Cancer Research UK - Clare Hall Laboratories
Magdalena Morawska post-doc BioMed Central, UK
Efterpi Papouli post-doc King's College London, UK
Joanne L. Parker post-doc Oxford
Christian Renz post-doc Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Olivier Santt post-doc Zuvasyntha, Enfield, UK
Irene Saugar post-doc University of Madrid, Spain
Anke Schürer post-doc Universität Göttingen
Annie Sriramachandran post-doc Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Tomio Takahashi post-doc University of Tokio, Japan
Sabina Vogel post-doc Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology, Marburg, Germany
Chris Williamson post-doc Institute of Cancer Research, London, UK
Hanna Windecker post-doc Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Hans-Peter Wollscheid post-doc Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Ronald P. Wong post-doc Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
Nicola Zilio post-doc Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz, Germany
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González-Prieto R, Eifler-Olivi K, Claessens LA, et al. (2021) Global non-covalent SUMO interaction networks reveal SUMO-dependent stabilization of the non-homologous end joining complex. Cell Reports. 34: 108691
Cano-Linares MI, Yáñez-Vilches A, García-Rodríguez N, et al. (2020) Non-recombinogenic roles for Rad52 in translesion synthesis during DNA damage tolerance. Embo Reports. e50410
Petrosino G, Zilio N, Sriramachandran AM, et al. (2020) Preparation and Analysis of GLOE-Seq Libraries for Genome-Wide Mapping of DNA Replication Patterns, Single-Strand Breaks, and Lesions. Star Protocols. 1: 100076
Zilio N, Ulrich HD. (2020) Exploring the SSBreakome: genome-wide mapping of DNA single-strand breaks by next-generation sequencing. The Febs Journal
Sriramachandran AM, Petrosino G, Méndez-Lago M, et al. (2020) Genome-wide Nucleotide-Resolution Mapping of DNA Replication Patterns, Single-Strand Breaks, and Lesions by GLOE-Seq. Molecular Cell
Renz C, Albanèse V, Tröster V, et al. (2020) Ubc13-Mms2 cooperates with a family of RING E3s in membrane protein sorting. Journal of Cell Science
Takahashi TS, Wollscheid HP, Lowther J, et al. (2020) Effects of chain length and geometry on the activation of DNA damage bypass by polyubiquitylated PCNA. Nucleic Acids Research
Wong RP, García-Rodríguez N, Zilio N, et al. (2019) Processing of DNA Polymerase-Blocking Lesions during Genome Replication Is Spatially and Temporally Segregated from Replication Forks. Molecular Cell
Sriramachandran AM, Meyer-Teschendorf K, Pabst S, et al. (2019) Arkadia/RNF111 is a SUMO-targeted ubiquitin ligase with preference for substrates marked with SUMO1-capped SUMO2/3 chain. Nature Communications. 10: 3678
Cordeiro Rodrigues RJ, de Jesus Domingues AM, Hellmann S, et al. (2019) PETISCO is a novel protein complex required for 21U RNA biogenesis and embryonic viability. Genes & Development
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