Klaus Scherrer

Institut Jacques Monod, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
"Klaus Scherrer"
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Maria F. Grossi de Sá grad student 1987 (Plant Biology Tree)
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Scherrer K. (2012) Regulation of gene expression and the transcription factor cycle hypothesis. Biochimie. 94: 1057-68
Scherrer K, Jost J. (2009) Response to commentaries on our paper gene and genon concept: Coding versus regulation Theory in Biosciences. 128: 171-177
Ioudinkova E, Razin SV, Borunova V, et al. (2005) RNA-dependent nuclear matrix contains a 33 kb globin full domain transcript as well as prosomes but no 26S proteasomes. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 94: 529-39
Razin SV, Rynditch A, Borunova V, et al. (2004) The 33 kb transcript of the chicken alpha-globin gene domain is part of the nuclear matrix. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 92: 445-57
Scherrer K. (2003) Historical review: the discovery of 'giant' RNA and RNA processing: 40 years of enigma. Trends in Biochemical Sciences. 28: 566-71
Sjakste T, Lauberte L, Collan Y, et al. (2002) Identification of an intronic TG repeat polymorphism in the human proteasome core particle PROS-27K gene. Dna Sequence : the Journal of Dna Sequencing and Mapping. 13: 139-43
Sjakste T, Sjakste N, Scherrer K. (2001) Exon/intron organisation of human proteasome PROS-27 K gene. Dna Sequence : the Journal of Dna Sequencing and Mapping. 12: 261-5
Iarovaia O, Razin SV, Linares-Cruz G, et al. (2001) In chicken leukemia cells globin genes are fully transcribed but their rnas are retained in the perinucleolar area. Experimental Cell Research. 270: 159-65
Foucrier J, Bassaglia Y, Grand MC, et al. (2001) Prosomes form sarcomere-like banding patterns in skeletal, cardiac, and smooth muscle cells. Experimental Cell Research. 266: 193-200
Razin SV, Ioudinkova ES, Trifonov EN, et al. (2001) Non-clonability correlates with genomic instability: a case study of a unique DNA region. Journal of Molecular Biology. 307: 481-6
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