Mark Ashe - Publications

The University of Manchester, Manchester, England, United Kingdom 
RNA, translation control, synthetic biology

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2015 Kershaw CJ, Costello JL, Talavera D, Rowe W, Castelli LM, Sims PF, Grant CM, Ashe MP, Hubbard SJ, Pavitt GD. Integrated multi-omics analyses reveal the pleiotropic nature of the control of gene expression by Puf3p. Scientific Reports. 5: 15518. PMID 26493364 DOI: 10.1038/srep15518  0.8
2015 Swidah R, Wang H, Reid PJ, Ahmed HZ, Pisanelli AM, Persaud KC, Grant CM, Ashe MP. Butanol production in S. cerevisiae via a synthetic ABE pathway is enhanced by specific metabolic engineering and butanol resistance. Biotechnology For Biofuels. 8: 97. PMID 26175798 DOI: 10.1186/s13068-015-0281-4  0.8
2015 Castelli LM, Talavera D, Kershaw CJ, Mohammad-Qureshi SS, Costello JL, Rowe W, Sims PF, Grant CM, Hubbard SJ, Ashe MP, Pavitt GD. The 4E-BP Caf20p Mediates Both eIF4E-Dependent and Independent Repression of Translation. Plos Genetics. 11: e1005233. PMID 25973932 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1005233  0.8
2015 Egbe NE, Paget CM, Wang H, Ashe MP. Alcohols inhibit translation to regulate morphogenesis in C. albicans. Fungal Genetics and Biology : Fg & B. 77: 50-60. PMID 25843913 DOI: 10.1016/j.fgb.2015.03.008  0.8
2015 Costello J, Castelli LM, Rowe W, Kershaw CJ, Talavera D, Mohammad-Qureshi SS, Sims PF, Grant CM, Pavitt GD, Hubbard SJ, Ashe MP. Global mRNA selection mechanisms for translation initiation. Genome Biology. 16: 10. PMID 25650959 DOI: 10.1186/s13059-014-0559-z  0.8
2015 Kershaw CJ, Costello JL, Castelli LM, Talavera D, Rowe W, Sims PF, Ashe MP, Hubbard SJ, Pavitt GD, Grant CM. The yeast La related protein Slf1p is a key activator of translation during the oxidative stress response. Plos Genetics. 11: e1004903. PMID 25569619 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1004903  0.8
2014 Lui J, Castelli LM, Pizzinga M, Simpson CE, Hoyle NP, Bailey KL, Campbell SG, Ashe MP. Granules harboring translationally active mRNAs provide a platform for P-body formation following stress. Cell Reports. 9: 944-54. PMID 25437551 DOI: 10.1016/j.celrep.2014.09.040  0.8
2014 Pizzinga M, Ashe MP. Yeast mRNA localization: Protein asymmetry, organelle localization and response to stress Biochemical Society Transactions. 42: 1256-1260. PMID 25110034 DOI: 10.1042/BST20140086  0.8
2014 Simpson CE, Lui J, Kershaw CJ, Sims PF, Ashe MP. mRNA localization to P-bodies in yeast is bi-phasic with many mRNAs captured in a late Bfr1p-dependent wave. Journal of Cell Science. 127: 1254-62. PMID 24424022 DOI: 10.1242/jcs.139055  0.8
2014 Rowe W, Kershaw CJ, Castelli LM, Costello JL, Ashe MP, Grant CM, Sims PF, Pavitt GD, Hubbard SJ. Puf3p induces translational repression of genes linked to oxidative stress. Nucleic Acids Research. 42: 1026-41. PMID 24163252 DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkt948  0.8
2012 Tudisca V, Simpson C, Castelli L, Lui J, Hoyle N, Moreno S, Ashe M, Portela P. PKA isoforms coordinate mRNA fate during nutrient starvation. Journal of Cell Science. 125: 5221-32. PMID 22899713 DOI: 10.1242/jcs.111534  0.8
2012 Ashe MP. An MBoC favorite: TOR controls translation initiation and early G1 progression in yeast. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 23: 3026. PMID 22891031  0.8
2012 Simpson CE, Ashe MP. Adaptation to stress in yeast: To translate or not? Biochemical Society Transactions. 40: 794-799. PMID 22817736 DOI: 10.1042/BST20120078  0.8
2011 Castelli LM, Lui J, Campbell SG, Rowe W, Zeef LA, Holmes LE, Hoyle NP, Bone J, Selley JN, Sims PF, Ashe MP. Glucose depletion inhibits translation initiation via eIF4A loss and subsequent 48S preinitiation complex accumulation, while the pentose phosphate pathway is coordinately up-regulated. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 22: 3379-93. PMID 21795399 DOI: 10.1091/mbc.E11-02-0153  0.8
2011 Yarunin A, Harris RE, Ashe MP, Ashe HL. Patterning of the Drosophila oocyte by a sequential translation repression program involving the d4EHP and Belle translational repressors. Rna Biology. 8: 904-12. PMID 21788736 DOI: 10.4161/rna.8.5.16325  0.8
2011 Singh CR, Watanabe R, Zhou D, Jennings MD, Fukao A, Lee B, Ikeda Y, Chiorini JA, Campbell SG, Ashe MP, Fujiwara T, Wek RC, Pavitt GD, Asano K. Mechanisms of translational regulation by a human eIF5-mimic protein. Nucleic Acids Research. 39: 8314-28. PMID 21745818 DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkr339  0.8
2011 Ashe MP, Bill RM. Mapping the yeast host cell response to recombinant membrane protein production: Relieving the biological bottlenecks Biotechnology Journal. 6: 707-714. PMID 21433291 DOI: 10.1002/biot.201000333  0.8
2010 Cridge AG, Castelli LM, Smirnova JB, Selley JN, Rowe W, Hubbard SJ, McCarthy JE, Ashe MP, Grant CM, Pavitt GD. Identifying eIF4E-binding protein translationally-controlled transcripts reveals links to mRNAs bound by specific PUF proteins. Nucleic Acids Research. 38: 8039-50. PMID 20705650 DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkq686  0.8
2010 Lui J, Campbell SG, Ashe MP. Inhibition of translation initiation following glucose depletion in yeast facilitates a rationalization of mRNA content Biochemical Society Transactions. 38: 1131-1136. PMID 20659017 DOI: 10.1042/BST0381131  0.8
2010 Taylor EJ, Campbell SG, Griffiths CD, Reid PJ, Slaven JW, Harrison RJ, Sims PF, Pavitt GD, Delneri D, Ashe MP. Fusel alcohols regulate translation initiation by inhibiting eIF2B to reduce ternary complex in a mechanism that may involve altering the integrity and dynamics of the eIF2B body. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 21: 2202-16. PMID 20444979 DOI: 10.1091/mbc.E09-11-0962  0.8
2009 Lawless C, Pearson RD, Selley JN, Smirnova JB, Grant CM, Ashe MP, Pavitt GD, Hubbard SJ. Upstream sequence elements direct post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression under stress conditions in yeast. Bmc Genomics. 10: 7. PMID 19128476 DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-10-7  0.8
2008 Pavitt GD, Ashe MP. Translation controlled. Genome Biology. 9: 323. PMID 18983689 DOI: 10.1186/gb-2008-9-10-323  0.8
2008 Miles WO, Jaffray E, Campbell SG, Takeda S, Bayston LJ, Basu SP, Li M, Raftery LA, Ashe MP, Hay RT, Ashe HL. Medea SUMOylation restricts the signaling range of the Dpp morphogen in the Drosophila embryo. Genes & Development. 22: 2578-90. PMID 18794353 DOI: 10.1101/gad.494808  0.8
2008 Hoyle NP, Ashe MP. Subcellular localization of mRNA and factors involved in translation initiation. Biochemical Society Transactions. 36: 648-52. PMID 18631134 DOI: 10.1042/BST0360648  0.8
2008 Mascarenhas C, Edwards-Ingram LC, Zeef L, Shenton D, Ashe MP, Grant CM. Gcn4 is required for the response to peroxide stress in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 19: 2995-3007. PMID 18417611 DOI: 10.1091/mbc.E07-11-1173  0.8
2007 Campbell SG, Ashe MP. An approach to studying the localization and dynamics of eukaryotic translation factors in live yeast cells. Methods in Enzymology. 431: 33-45. PMID 17923229 DOI: 10.1016/S0076-6879(07)31003-3  0.8
2007 Hoyle NP, Castelli LM, Campbell SG, Holmes LE, Ashe MP. Stress-dependent relocalization of translationally primed mRNPs to cytoplasmic granules that are kinetically and spatially distinct from P-bodies. The Journal of Cell Biology. 179: 65-74. PMID 17908917 DOI: 10.1083/jcb.200707010  0.8
2006 Ibrahimo S, Holmes LE, Ashe MP. Regulation of translation initiation by the yeast eIF4E binding proteins is required for the pseudohyphal response. Yeast (Chichester, England). 23: 1075-88. PMID 17083129 DOI: 10.1002/yea.1415  0.8
2006 Shenton D, Smirnova JB, Selley JN, Carroll K, Hubbard SJ, Pavitt GD, Ashe MP, Grant CM. Global translational responses to oxidative stress impact upon multiple levels of protein synthesis. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 281: 29011-21. PMID 16849329 DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M601545200  0.8
2006 Campbell SG, Ashe MP. Localization of the translational guanine nucleotide exchange factor eIF2B: a common theme for GEFs? Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 5: 678-80. PMID 16582624  0.8
2005 Smirnova JB, Selley JN, Sanchez-Cabo F, Carroll K, Eddy AA, McCarthy JE, Hubbard SJ, Pavitt GD, Grant CM, Ashe MP. Global gene expression profiling reveals widespread yet distinctive translational responses to different eukaryotic translation initiation factor 2B-targeting stress pathways. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 25: 9340-9. PMID 16227585 DOI: 10.1128/MCB.25.21.9340-9349.2005  0.8
2005 Campbell SG, Hoyle NP, Ashe MP. Dynamic cycling of eIF2 through a large eIF2B-containing cytoplasmic body: implications for translation control. The Journal of Cell Biology. 170: 925-34. PMID 16157703 DOI: 10.1083/jcb.200503162  0.8
2004 Rohde JR, Campbell S, Zurita-Martinez SA, Cutler NS, Ashe M, Cardenas ME. TOR controls transcriptional and translational programs via Sap-Sit4 protein phosphatase signaling effectors. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 24: 8332-41. PMID 15367655 DOI: 10.1128/MCB.24.19.8332-8341.2004  0.8
2004 Holmes LE, Campbell SG, De Long SK, Sachs AB, Ashe MP. Loss of translational control in yeast compromised for the major mRNA decay pathway. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 24: 2998-3010. PMID 15024087 DOI: 10.1128/MCB.24.7.2998-3010.2004  0.8
2004 Uesono Y, Ashe MP, Toh-E A. Simultaneous yet independent regulation of actin cytoskeletal organization and translation initiation by glucose in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 15: 1544-56. PMID 14742701 DOI: 10.1091/mbc.E03-12-0877  0.8
2000 Ashe MP, Furger A, Proudfoot NJ. Stem-loop 1 of the U1 snRNP plays a critical role in the suppression of HIV-1 polyadenylation. Rna (New York, N.Y.). 6: 170-7. PMID 10688356 DOI: 10.1017/S1355838200991957  0.8
1997 Ashe MP, Pearson LH, Proudfoot NJ. The HIV-1 5' LTR poly(A) site is inactivated by U1 snRNP interaction with the downstream major splice donor site. The Embo Journal. 16: 5752-63. PMID 9312033 DOI: 10.1093/emboj/16.18.5752  0.8
1995 Ashe MP, Griffin P, James W, Proudfoot NJ. Poly(A) site selection in the HIV-1 provirus: inhibition of promoter-proximal polyadenylation by the downstream major splice donor site. Genes & Development. 9: 3008-25. PMID 7498796  0.8
1993 Weichs an der Glon C, Ashe M, Eggermont J, Proudfoot NJ. Tat-dependent occlusion of the HIV poly(A) site. The Embo Journal. 12: 2119-28. PMID 8491200  0.8
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