Charles N. Cole

Biochemistry Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Hanover, NH, United States 
transport of messenger RNA from the nucleus to the cytoplasm
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David Baltimore grad student 1972 Caltech
 (Defective interfering (DI) particles of poliovirus)
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Lone MA, Atkinson AE, Hodge CA, et al. (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
Estruch F, Hodge C, Gómez-Navarro N, et al. (2012) Insights into mRNP biogenesis provided by new genetic interactions among export and transcription factors. Bmc Genetics. 13: 80
Folkmann AW, Noble KN, Cole CN, et al. (2011) Dbp5, Gle1-IP6 and Nup159: a working model for mRNP export. Nucleus (Austin, Tex.). 2: 540-8
Noble KN, Tran EJ, Alcázar-Román AR, et al. (2011) The Dbp5 cycle at the nuclear pore complex during mRNA export II: nucleotide cycling and mRNP remodeling by Dbp5 are controlled by Nup159 and Gle1. Genes & Development. 25: 1065-77
Hodge CA, Tran EJ, Noble KN, et al. (2011) The Dbp5 cycle at the nuclear pore complex during mRNA export I: dbp5 mutants with defects in RNA binding and ATP hydrolysis define key steps for Nup159 and Gle1. Genes & Development. 25: 1052-64
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
Hodge CA, Choudhary V, Wolyniak MJ, et al. (2010) Integral membrane proteins Brr6 and Apq12 link assembly of the nuclear pore complex to lipid homeostasis in the endoplasmic reticulum. Journal of Cell Science. 123: 141-51
Estruch F, Peiró-Chova L, Gómez-Navarro N, et al. (2009) A genetic screen in Saccharomyces cerevisiae identifies new genes that interact with mex67-5, a temperature-sensitive allele of the gene encoding the mRNA export receptor. Molecular Genetics and Genomics : Mgg. 281: 125-34
Scarcelli JJ, Viggiano S, Hodge CA, et al. (2008) Synthetic genetic array analysis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae provides evidence for an interaction between RAT8/DBP5 and genes encoding P-body components. Genetics. 179: 1945-55
Wolyniak MJ, Cole CN. (2008) Harnessing genomics to explore the processes and evolution of mRNA export Rna Biology. 5: 68-72
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