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Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine Research Publications & Highlights

At NYU Langone’s Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, our faculty scientists lead interdisciplinary studies to discern the complex molecular systems that govern health and disease.

Their research findings are often published in high-impact publications and have advanced a range of biological subfields, including genome integrity, metabolic signaling, and cellular dynamics.

Knaut Lab Publication

Choreography of Tissue Migration

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Treisman Lab Publication

Cell Rearrangements Require Sidekick at Tricellular Adherens Junctions

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Armache Lab Publication

Structure and Function of the Orc1 BAH-Nucleosome Complex

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Lehmann Lab Publication

Mitochondrial Fragmentation Drives Selective Removal of Deleterious mtDNA

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Selected Publications

Stresses that Raise Np4A Levels Induce Protective Nucleoside Tetraphosphate Capping of Bacterial RNA

Luciano, D J; Levenson-Palmer, R; Belasco, J G

Molecular cell. 2019 September 5; 75:957-966.e8

Predicting the Optimal Growth Temperatures of Prokaryotes using only Genome Derived Features

Sauer, David B; Wang, Da-Neng

Bioinformatics. 2019 Sep 15; 35:3224-3231

Stresses that Raise Np4A Levels Induce Protective Nucleoside Tetraphosphate Capping of Bacterial RNA

Luciano, Daniel J; Levenson-Palmer, Rose; Belasco, Joel G

Molecular cell. 2019 Sep 05; 75:957-966.e8

Evaluation of Stuart et al.: Distinct Molecular Trajectories Converge to Induce Naive Pluripotency

Stadtfeld, Matthias

Cell stem cell. 2019 Sep 05; 25:297-298

Germ Granules in Drosophila

Trcek, Tatjana; Lehmann, Ruth

Traffic. 2019 Sep ; 20:650-660

The Bone Marrow Protects and Optimizes Immunological Memory during Dietary Restriction

Collins, Nicholas; Han, Seong-Ji; Enamorado, Michel; Link, Verena M; Huang, Bonnie; Moseman, E Ashley; Kishton, Rigel J; Shannon, John P; Dixit, Dhaval; Schwab, Susan R; Hickman, Heather D; Restifo, Nicholas P; McGavern, Dorian B; Schwartzberg, Pamela L; Belkaid, Yasmine

Cell. 2019 Aug 22; 178:1088-1101.e15

Regulation of BACE1 expression after injury is linked to the p75 neurotrophin receptor

Saadipour, Khalil; Tiberi, Alexia; Lomardo, Sylvia; Grajales, Elena; Montroull, Laura; Mañucat-Tan, Noralyn B; LaFrancois, John; Cammer, Michael; Mathews, Paul M; Scharfman, Helen E; Liao, Francesca-Fang; Friedman, Wilma J; Zhou, Xin-Fu; Tesco, Giueseppina; Chao, Moses V

Molecular & cellular neurosciences. 2019 Aug 15; 99:103395

Vezatin is Required for the Maturation of the Neuromuscular Synapse

Koppel, Natasha; Friese, Matthew B; Cardasis, Helene L; Neubert, Thomas A; Burden, Steven J

Molecular biology of the cell. 2019 Aug 14; mbcE19060313