Publications

Stress granules and ALS: A case of causation or correlation? N. Fernandes, N. Eshleman and J. R. Buchan. RNA Metabolism in Neurodegenerative Diseases, p173-212, Springer Publishing, 2018

Endocytosis regulates  TDP-43 toxicity and Turnover. G. Liu, A. N. Coyne, F. Pei, S. Vaughn, M. Chaung, D. C. Zarnescu and J. R. Buchan. Nat. Communications8, 2092 (2017)

High-throughput transformation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae using liquid handling robots. G. Liu, C. Lanham, J.R. Buchan and M.E. Kaplan. PLOS One 12, e0174128 (2017)

Role of Autophagy and Apoptosis in Non-Small-Cell Lung cancer. G. Liu, F. Pei, F. Yang, L. Li, A.D. Amin, S. Liu, J.R. Buchan and W.C. Cho. Int J. Mol Sci. 18, E367 (2017)

Defects in THO/TREX-2 function cause accumulation of novel cytoplasmic mRNP granules that can be cleared by autophagy.  N. Eshleman, G. Liu, K. McGrath, R. Parker R and J.R. Buchan. RNA (2016)

mRNP granules: Assembly, function and connections with disease.  J.R. Buchan.  RNA Biology 11 (2014)

Eukaryotic stress granules are cleared by autophagy and VCP/Cdc48 function.  J.R. Buchan, R.M. Kolaitis, J.P. Taylor and R. Parker Cell 153, 1461-1474 (2013) Faculty of 1000 recommended

TOR-tured yeast find a new way to stand the heat.  J.R. Buchan, A.P. Capaldi, and R. Parker, Molecular Cell 47, 155-157 (2012)

Stress-specific composition, assembly and kinetics of stress granules in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  J.R. Buchan, J. Yoon, and R. Parker.Journal of Cell Science 124, 228-239 (2011)

Analyzing P-Bodies and Stress Granules in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J.R. Buchan, T. Nissan, and R. Parker. Methods in Enzymology 470, 619-640 (2010) 

Eukaryotic Stress Granules: the Ins and Outs of Translation.  J.R Buchan and R. Parker. Molecular Cell, 36, 932-941 (2009)

Nitric oxide in experimental autoimmune uveitis.  J. Liversidge, S. Gordon, A. Dick, M. Robertson, and R. Buchan. Free Radicals in Ophthalmic Disease. Eds M. Zeirhut, E. Cadenas, N. Rao. Informa (New York) p107-119 (2008)

P-bodies promote stress granule assembly in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  J. R. Buchan, D. Muhlrad and R. Parker. Journal of Cell Biology, 183, 441-455 (2008)

The two faces of miRNA.  J.R. Buchan and R. Parker. Science, 318, 1877-1888 (2007) 

Halting a cellular production line: responses to ribosomal pausing during translation.  J.R. Buchan and I. Stansfield. Biology of the Cell, 99, 475-487 (2007)

tRNA properties help shape codon pair preference in open reading frames.  J.R. Buchan, L.S. Aucott and I. Stansfield.  Nucleic Acids Research, 34, 1015-1027 (2006) –  Faculty of 1000 reccomended

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