Christian Fankhauser

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PIF transcription factors link a neighbor threat cue to accelerated reproduction in Arabidopsis.
Galvāo V.C., Fiorucci A.S., Trevisan M., Franco-Zorilla J.M., Goyal A., Schmid-Siegert E., Solano R., Fankhauser C., 2019/09/05. Nature communications, 10 (1) p. 4005. Peer-reviewed.
Changes in resource partitioning between and within organs support growth adjustment to neighbor proximity in <i>Brassicaceae</i> seedlings.
de Wit M., George G.M., Ince Y.Ç., Dankwa-Egli B., Hersch M., Zeeman S.C., Fankhauser C., 2018/10/16. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115 (42) pp. E9953-E9961. Peer-reviewed.
<i>Arabidopsis</i> RUP2 represses UVR8-mediated flowering in noninductive photoperiods.
Arongaus A.B., Chen S., Pireyre M., Glöckner N., Galvão V.C., Albert A., Winkler J.B., Fankhauser C., Harter K., Ulm R., 2018/10/01. Genes & development, 32 (19-20) pp. 1332-1343. Peer-reviewed.
 
A phosphorylation switch turns a positive regulator of phototropism into an inhibitor of the process.
Schumacher P., Demarsy E., Waridel P., Petrolati L.A., Trevisan M., Fankhauser C., 2018/06/19. Nature communications, 9 (1) p. 2403. Peer-reviewed.
 
Low number of fixed somatic mutations in a long-lived oak tree.
Schmid-Siegert E., Sarkar N., Iseli C., Calderon S., Gouhier-Darimont C., Chrast J., Cattaneo P., Schütz F., Farinelli L., Pagni M. et al., 2017/12. Nature plants, 3 (12) pp. 926-929. Peer-reviewed.
Plant Strategies for Enhancing Access to Sunlight.
Fiorucci A.S., Fankhauser C., 2017/09/11. Current biology, 27 (17) pp. R931-R940. Peer-reviewed.
BLADE-ON-PETIOLE proteins act in an E3 ubiquitin ligase complex to regulate PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTOR 4 abundance.
Zhang B., Holmlund M., Lorrain S., Norberg M., Bakó L., Fankhauser C., Nilsson O., 2017/08/22. eLife, 6 pp. e26759. Peer-reviewed.
Local auxin production underlies a spatially restricted neighbor-detection response in <i>Arabidopsis</i>.
Michaud O., Fiorucci A.S., Xenarios I., Fankhauser C., 2017/07/11. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114 (28) pp. 7444-7449. Peer-reviewed.
UV-B Perceived by the UVR8 Photoreceptor Inhibits Plant Thermomorphogenesis.
Hayes S., Sharma A., Fraser D.P., Trevisan M., Cragg-Barber C.K., Tavridou E., Fankhauser C., Jenkins G.I., Franklin K.A., 2017/01/09. Current biology, 27 (1) pp. 120-127. Peer-reviewed.
 
The influence of greenhouse-integrated photovoltaics on crop production
Allardyce C.S., Fankhauser C., Zakeeruddin S.M., Grätzel M., Dyson P.J., 2017. Solar Energy, 155 pp. 517-522. Peer-reviewed.
Integration of Phytochrome and Cryptochrome Signals Determines Plant Growth during Competition for Light.
de Wit M., Keuskamp D.H., Bongers F.J., Hornitschek P., Gommers CMM, Reinen E., Martínez-Cerón C., Fankhauser C., Pierik R., 2016/12/19. Current biology, 26 (24) pp. 3320-3326. Peer-reviewed.
Shade Promotes Phototropism through Phytochrome B-Controlled Auxin Production.
Goyal A., Karayekov E., Galvão V.C., Ren H., Casal J.J., Fankhauser C., 2016/12/19. Current biology, 26 (24) pp. 3280-3287. Peer-reviewed.
Neighbor Detection Induces Organ-Specific Transcriptomes, Revealing Patterns Underlying Hypocotyl-Specific Growth.
Kohnen M.V., Schmid-Siegert E., Trevisan M., Petrolati L.A., Sénéchal F., Müller-Moulé P., Maloof J., Xenarios I., Fankhauser C., 2016/12. The Plant cell, 28 (12) pp. 2889-2904. Peer-reviewed.
REPRESSOR OF ULTRAVIOLET-B PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS function allows efficient phototropin mediated ultraviolet-B phototropism in etiolated seedlings.
Vanhaelewyn L., Schumacher P., Poelman D., Fankhauser C., Van Der Straeten D., Vandenbussche F., 2016/11. Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology, 252 pp. 215-221. Peer-reviewed.
 
Light-Mediated Hormonal Regulation of Plant Growth and Development.
de Wit M., Galvão V.C., Fankhauser C., 2016/04/29. Annual review of plant biology, 67 pp. 513-537. Peer-reviewed.
A photoreceptor's on-off switch.
Fankhauser C., Ulm R., 2016/03/21. Science (New York, N.Y.), 354 (6310) pp. 282-283. Peer-reviewed.
Shadow on the Plant: A Strategy to Exit.
Fankhauser C., Batschauer A., 2016. Cell, 164 (1-2) pp. 15-17. Peer-reviewed.
Contrasting growth responses in lamina and petiole during neighbor detection depend on differential auxin responsiveness rather than different auxin levels.
de Wit M., Ljung K., Fankhauser C., 2015. New Phytologist, 208 (1) pp. 198-209.
Lipid anchoring of Arabidopsis phototropin 1 to assess the functional significance of receptor internalization: should I stay or should I go?
Preuten T., Blackwood L., Christie J.M., Fankhauser C., 2015. New Phytologist, 206 (3) pp. 1038-1050. Peer-reviewed.
Plant Phototropic Growth.
Fankhauser C., Christie J.M., 2015. Current Biology, 25 (9) pp. R384-R389. Peer-reviewed.
Sensing the light environment in plants: photoreceptors and early signaling steps.
Galvão V.C., Fankhauser C., 2015. Current Opinion In Neurobiology, 34 pp. 46-53.
Auxin-mediated plant architectural changes in response to shade and high temperature.
de Wit M., Lorrain S., Fankhauser C., 2014. Physiologia Plantarum, 151 (1) pp. 13-24. Peer-reviewed.
Differentially phased leaf growth and movements in Arabidopsis depend on coordinated circadian and light regulation.
Dornbusch T., Michaud O., Xenarios I., Fankhauser C., 2014. Plant Cell, 26 (10) pp. 3911-3921. Peer-reviewed.
Light intensity modulates the regulatory network of the shade avoidance response in Arabidopsis.
Hersch M., Lorrain S., de Wit M., Trevisan M., Ljung K., Bergmann S., Fankhauser C., 2014. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111 (17) pp. 6515-6520. Peer-reviewed.
Plasma membrane H⁺ -ATPase regulation is required for auxin gradient formation preceding phototropic growth.
Hohm T., Demarsy E., Quan C., Allenbach Petrolati L., Preuten T., Vernoux T., Bergmann S., Fankhauser C., 2014. Molecular Systems Biology, 10 (9) p. 751. Peer-reviewed.
Reduced phototropism in pks mutants may be due to altered auxin-regulated gene expression or reduced lateral auxin transport.
Kami C., Allenbach L., Zourelidou M., Ljung K., Schütz F., Isono E., Watahiki M.K., Yamamoto K.T., Schwechheimer C., Fankhauser C., 2014. Plant Journal, 77 (3) pp. 393-403. Peer-reviewed.
Conditional Involvement of CONSTITUTIVE PHOTOMORPHOGENIC1 in the Degradation of Phytochrome A.
Debrieux D., Trevisan M., Fankhauser C., 2013. Plant Physiology, 161 (4) pp. 2136-2145.
 
D6PK AGCVIII Kinases Are Required for Auxin Transport and Phototropic Hypocotyl Bending in Arabidopsis.
Willige B.C., Ahlers S., Zourelidou M., Barbosa I.C., Demarsy E., Trevisan M., Davis P.A., Roelfsema M.R., Hangarter R., Fankhauser C. et al., 2013. Plant Cell, 25 (5) pp. 1674-1688.
Defining the site of light perception and initiation of phototropism in Arabidopsis.
Preuten T., Hohm T., Bergmann S., Fankhauser C., 2013. Current Biology, 23 (19) pp. 1934-1938.
 
Phosphorylation of Phytochrome B Inhibits Light-Induced Signaling via Accelerated Dark Reversion in Arabidopsis.
Medzihradszky M., Bindics J., Adám E., Viczián A., Klement E., Lorrain S., Gyula P., Mérai Z., Fankhauser C., Medzihradszky K.F. et al., 2013. Plant Cell, 25 (2) pp. 535-544.
Phototropism: at the crossroads of light-signaling pathways.
Goyal A., Szarzynska B., Fankhauser C., 2013. Trends in Plant Science, 18 (7) pp. 393-401. Peer-reviewed.
Phototropism: Translating light into directional growth.
Hohm T., Preuten T., Fankhauser C., 2013. American Journal of Botany, 100 (1) pp. 47-59. Peer-reviewed.
Verification at the protein level of the PIF4-mediated external coincidence model for the temperature-adaptive photoperiodic control of plant growth in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Yamashino T., Nomoto Y., Lorrain S., Miyachi M., Ito S., Nakamichi N., Fankhauser C., Mizuno T., 2013. Plant Signaling and Behavior, 8 (3) pp. e23390.
 
Atomic Force Microscopy Stiffness Tomography on Living Arabidopsis thaliana Cells Reveals the Mechanical Properties of Surface and Deep Cell-Wall Layers during Growth.
Radotić K., Roduit C., Simonović J., Hornitschek P., Fankhauser C., Mutavd?ić D. , Steinbach G., Dietler G., Kasas S., 2012. Biophysical Journal, 103 (3) pp. 386-394.
Measuring the diurnal pattern of leaf hyponasty and growth in Arabidopsis - a novel phenotyping approach using laser scanning
Dornbusch T., Lorrain S., Kuznetsov D., Fortier A., Liechti R., Xenarios I., Fankhauser C., 2012. Functional Plant Biology, 39 (10-11) pp. 860-869.
Nuclear phytochrome a signaling promotes phototropism in Arabidopsis.
Kami C., Hersch M., Trevisan M., Genoud T., Hiltbrunner A., Bergmann S., Fankhauser C., 2012. Plant Cell, 24 (2) pp. 566-576.
Phytochrome interacting factors 4 and 5 control seedling growth in changing light conditions by directly controlling auxin signaling.
Hornitschek P., Kohnen M.V., Lorrain S., Rougemont J., Ljung K., López-Vidriero I., Franco-Zorrilla J.M., Solano R., Trevisan M., Pradervand S. et al., 2012. Plant Journal, 71 (5) pp. 699-711.
Phytochrome Kinase Substrate 4 is phosphorylated by the phototropin 1 photoreceptor.
Demarsy E., Schepens I., Okajima K., Hersch M., Bergmann S., Christie J., Shimazaki K., Tokutomi S., Fankhauser C., 2012. EMBO Journal, 31 (16) pp. 3457-3467.
Plant development: should I stop or should I grow?
Lorrain S., Fankhauser C., 2012. Current Biology, 22 (16) pp. R645-R647.
 
Spatially and genetically distinct control of seed germination by phytochromes A and B.
Lee K.P., Piskurewicz U., Turečková V., Carat S., Chappuis R., Strnad M., Fankhauser C., Lopez-Molina L., 2012. Genes and Development, 26 (17) pp. 1984-1996.
 
A hormonal regulatory module that provides flexibility to tropic responses.
Gallego-Bartolomé J., Kami C., Fankhauser C., Alabadí D., Blázquez M.A., 2011. Plant Physiology, 156 (4) pp. 1819-1825.
 
Light receptor action is critical for maintaining plant biomass at warm ambient temperatures.
Foreman J., Johansson H., Hornitschek P., Josse E.M., Fankhauser C., Halliday K.J., 2011. Plant Journal, 65 (3) pp. 441-452.
 
Light-mediated polarization of the PIN3 auxin transporter for the phototropic response in Arabidopsis.
Ding Z., Galván-Ampudia C.S., Demarsy E., Łangowski Ł., Kleine-Vehn J., Fan Y., Morita M.T., Tasaka M., Fankhauser C., Offringa R. et al., 2011. Nature Cell Biology, 13 (4) pp. 447-452.
Light-regulated interactions with SPA proteins underlie cryptochrome-mediated gene expression.
Fankhauser C., Ulm R., 2011. Genes and Development, 25 (10) pp. 1004-1009.
Light-induced degradation of phyA is promoted by transfer of the photoreceptor into the nucleus.
Debrieux D., Fankhauser C., 2010. Plant Molecular Biology, 73 (6) pp. 687-695. Peer-reviewed.
Light-regulated plant growth and development.
Kami C., Lorrain S., Hornitschek P., Fankhauser C., 2010. Current Topics in Developmental Biology, 91 pp. 29-66.
The Arabidopsis PHYTOCHROME KINASE SUBSTRATE2 protein is a phototropin signaling element that regulates leaf flattening and leaf positioning.
de Carbonnel M., Davis P., Roelfsema M.R., Inoue S., Schepens I., Lariguet P., Geisler M., Shimazaki K., Hangarter R., Fankhauser C., 2010. Plant Physiology, 152 (3) pp. 1391-1405. Peer-reviewed.
Higher plants use LOV to perceive blue light.
Demarsy E., Fankhauser C., 2009. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 12 (1) pp. 69-74. Peer-reviewed.
Inhibition of the shade avoidance response by formation of non-DNA binding bHLH heterodimers.
Hornitschek P., Lorrain S., Zoete V., Michielin O., Fankhauser C., 2009. EMBO journal, 28 (24) pp. 3893-3902.
Phytochrome interacting factors 4 and 5 redundantly limit seedling de-etiolation in continuous far-red light.
Lorrain S., Trevisan M., Pradervand S., Fankhauser C., 2009. The Plant Journal, 60 (3) pp. 449-461. Peer-reviewed.
PIF3 is a repressor of chloroplast development.
Stephenson P.G., Fankhauser C., Terry M.J., 2009. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106 (18) pp. 7654-7659. Peer-reviewed.
 
A molecular framework for light and gibberellin control of cell elongation.
de Lucas M., Davière J.M., Rodríguez-Falcón M., Pontin M., Iglesias-Pedraz J.M., Lorrain S., Fankhauser C., Blázquez M.A., Titarenko E., Prat S., 2008. Nature, 451 (7177) pp. 480-484. Peer-reviewed.
FHY1 mediates nuclear import of the light-activated phytochrome A photoreceptor.
Genoud T., Schweizer F., Tscheuschler A., Debrieux D., Casal J.J., Schäfer E., Hiltbrunner A., Fankhauser C., 2008. PLoS genetics, 4 (8) pp. e1000143. Peer-reviewed.
 
PHYTOCHROME KINASE SUBSTRATE1 regulates root phototropism and gravitropism.
Boccalandro H.E., De Simone S.N., Bergmann-Honsberger A., Schepens I., Fankhauser C., Casal J.J., 2008. Plant Physiology, 146 (1) pp. 108-115. Peer-reviewed.
 
PHYTOCHROME KINASE SUBSTRATE4 modulates phytochrome-mediated control of hypocotyl growth orientation
Schepens I., Boccalandro H. E., Kami C., Casal J. J., Fankhauser C., 2008. Plant Physiology, 147 (2) pp. 661-671. Peer-reviewed.
 
Phytochrome-mediated inhibition of shade avoidance involves degradation of growth-promoting bHLH transcription factors
Lorrain S., Allen T., Duek P. D., Whitelam G. C., Fankhauser C., 2008. Plant Journal, 53 (2) pp. 312-323. Peer-reviewed.
The evolutionary conserved BER1 gene is involved in microtubule stability in yeast
Fiechter V., Cameroni E., Cerutti L., De V. C., Barral Y., Fankhauser C., 2008. Current Genetics, 53 (2) pp. 107-115. Peer-reviewed.
The protein phosphatase 7 regulates phytochrome signaling in Arabidopsis.
Genoud T., Santa Cruz M.T., Kulisic T., Sparla F., Fankhauser C., Métraux J.P., 2008. PloS one, 3 (7) pp. e2699. Peer-reviewed.
 
Transposing phytochrome into the nucleus.
Fankhauser C., Chen M., 2008. Trends in Plant Science, 13 (11) pp. 596-601. Peer-reviewed.
 
Rhythmic growth explained by coincidence between internal and external cues.
Nozue K., Covington M.F., Duek P.D., Lorrain S., Fankhauser C., Harmer S.L., Maloof J.N., 2007. Nature, 448 (7151) pp. 358-361. Peer-reviewed.
 
The serine-rich N-terminal region of Arabidopsis phytochrome A is required for protein stability.
Trupkin S.A., Debrieux D., Hiltbrunner A., Fankhauser C., Casal J.J., 2007. Plant Molecular Biology, 63 (5) pp. 669-678. Peer-reviewed.
 
Biochemical and molecular analysis of signaling components
Fankhauser C., Bowler C., 2006. pp. 379-406 dans Schäfer E., Nagy F. (eds.) Photomorphogenesis in Plants and Bacteria chap. 19, Springer.
 
Let there be light in the nucleus!
Lorrain S., Genoud T., Fankhauser C., 2006. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 9 (5) pp. 509-514.
 
PHYTOCHROME KINASE SUBSTRATE 1 is a phototropin 1 binding protein required for phototropism.
Lariguet P., Schepens I., Hodgson D., Pedmale U.V., Trevisan M., Kami C., de Carbonnel M., Alonso J.M., Ecker J.R., Liscum E. et al., 2006. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 103 (26) pp. 10134-10139. Peer-reviewed.
 
Quand les plantes sortent de l'ombre
Fankhauser C., Lorrain S., 2006. Pour la science 349 pp. 68-73.
 
bHLH class transcription factors take centre stage in phytochrome signalling.
Duek P.D., Fankhauser C., 2005. Trends in Plant Science, 10 (2) pp. 51-54. Peer-reviewed.
 
Nuclear accumulation of the phytochrome A photoreceptor requires FHY1.
Hiltbrunner A., Viczián A., Bury E., Tscheuschler A., Kircher S., Tóth R., Honsberger A., Nagy F., Fankhauser C., Schäfer E., 2005. Current Biology, 15 (23) pp. 2125-2130. Peer-reviewed.
 
The effect of the light and gravity on hypocotyl growth orientation.
Lariguet P., Fankhauser C., 2005. pp. 277-284 dans Wada M., Shimazaki K., Iino M. (eds.) Light Sensing in Plants, Springer.
 
Hypocotyl growth orientation in blue light is determined by phytochrome A inhibition of gravitropism and phototropin promotion of phototropism.
Lariguet P., Fankhauser C., 2004. Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology, 40 (5) pp. 826-834. Peer-reviewed.
 
Light signal transduction in higher plants.
Chen M., Chory J., Fankhauser C., 2004. Annual Review of Genetics, 38 pp. 87-117.
 
Phenotypic characterization of a photomorphogenic mutant.
Fankhauser C., Casal J.J., 2004. Plant Journal, 39 (5) pp. 747-760. Peer-reviewed.
 
Phytochrome-mediated light signalling in Arabidopsis.
Schepens I., Duek P., Fankhauser C., 2004. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 7 (5) pp. 564-569. Peer-reviewed.
 
PKS1 and PKS2 affect the phyA state in etiolated Arabidopsis seedlings.
Sineshchekov V., Fankhauser C., 2004. Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences, 3 (6) pp. 608-611. Peer-reviewed.
 
Signalling for developmental plasticity.
Casal J.J., Fankhauser C., Coupland G., Blázquez M.A., 2004. Trends in Plant Science, 9 (6) pp. 309-314. Peer-reviewed.
 
The degradation of HFR1, a putative bHLH class transcription factor involved in light signaling, is regulated by phosphorylation and requires COP1.
Duek P.D., Elmer M.V., van Oosten V.R., Fankhauser C., 2004. Current Biology, 14 (24) pp. 2296-2301. Peer-reviewed.
 
A growth regulatory loop that provides homeostasis to phytochrome a signaling.
Lariguet P., Boccalandro H.E., Alonso J.M., Ecker J.R., Chory J., Casal J.J., Fankhauser C., 2003/12. Plant Cell, 15 (12) pp. 2966-2978. Peer-reviewed.
 
HFR1, a putative bHLH transcription factor, mediates both phytochrome A and cryptochrome signalling.
Duek P.D., Fankhauser C., 2003/06. Plant Journal, 34 (6) pp. 827-836.
 
Phytochrome-hormonal signalling networks
Halliday K.J., Fankhauser C., 2003. New Phytologist, 157 (3) pp. 449-463. Peer-reviewed.
 
The Arabidopsis SRR1 gene mediates phyB signaling and is required for normal circadian clock function.
Staiger D., Allenbach L., Salathia N., Fiechter V., Davis S.J., Millar A.J., Chory J., Fankhauser C., 2003/01. Genes and Development, 17 (2) pp. 256-268.
 
Photoreceptors in Arabidopsis thaliana: light perception, signal transduction and entrainment of the endogenous clock.
Fankhauser C., Staiger D., 2002/11. Planta, 216 (1) pp. 1-16. Peer-reviewed.
 
Light perception in plants: cytokinins and red light join forces to keep phytochrome B active.
Fankhauser C., 2002/04. Trends in Plant Science, 7 (4) pp. 143-145.
 
ELF3 encodes a circadian clock-regulated nuclear protein that functions in an Arabidopsis PHYB signal transduction pathway.
Liu X.L., Covington M.F., Fankhauser C., Chory J., Wagner D.R., 2001/06. Plant Cell, 13 (6) pp. 1293-1304. Peer-reviewed.
 
The phytochromes, a family of red/far-red absorbing photoreceptors.
Fankhauser C., 2001/04. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 276 (15) pp. 11453-11456. Peer-reviewed.
 
A role for flavin monooxygenase-like enzymes in auxin biosynthesis.
Zhao Y., Christensen S.K., Fankhauser C., Cashman J.R., Cohen J.D., Weigel D., Chory J., 2001/01. Science, 291 (5502) pp. 306-309. Peer-reviewed.
 
Genetics of Photomorphogenesis in Plants
Fankhauser C., 2001. pp. 1454-1458 dans Brenner S., Miller J.H. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Genetics, Academic Press.
 
Cloning of the Arabidopsis RSF1 gene by using a mapping strategy based on high-density DNA arrays and denaturing high-performance liquid chromatography.
Spiegelman J.I., Mindrinos M.N., Fankhauser C., Richards D., Lutes J., Chory J., Oefner P.J., 2000/12. Plant Cell, 12 (12) pp. 2485-2498. Peer-reviewed.
 
Phytochromes as light-modulated protein kinases.
Fankhauser C., 2000/12. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology, 11 (6) pp. 467-473.
 
RSF1, an Arabidopsis locus implicated in phytochrome A signaling.
Fankhauser C., Chory J., 2000/09. Plant physiology, 124 (1) pp. 39-45. Peer-reviewed.
 
Activation tagging in Arabidopsis.
Weigel D., Ahn J.H., Blázquez M.A., Borevitz J.O., Christensen S.K., Fankhauser C., Ferrándiz C., Kardailsky I., Malancharuvil E.J., Neff M.M. et al., 2000/04. Plant physiology, 122 (4) pp. 1003-1013. Peer-reviewed.
 
Light: an indicator of time and place.
Neff M.M., Fankhauser C., Chory J., 2000/02. Genes and Development, 14 (3) pp. 257-271.
 
Periodic accumulation of cdc15 mRNA is not necessary for septation in Schizosaccharomyces pombe.
Utzig S., Fankhauser C., Simanis V., 2000. Journal of Molecular Biology, 302 (4) pp. 751-759.
 
PKS1, a substrate phosphorylated by phytochrome that modulates light signaling in Arabidopsis.
Fankhauser C., Yeh K.C., Lagarias J.C., Zhang H., Elich T.D., Chory J., 1999/05. Science, 284 (5419) pp. 1539-1541. Peer-reviewed.
 
Light receptor kinases in plants!
Fankhauser C., Chory J., 1999/02. Current Biology, 9 (4) pp. R123-R126.
 
An Arabidopsis mutant defective in the plastid general protein import apparatus.
Jarvis P., Chen L.J., Li H., Peto C.A., Fankhauser C., Chory J., 1998/10. Science, 282 (5386) pp. 100-103. Peer-reviewed.
 
Light control of plant development.
Fankhauser C., Chory J., 1997. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology, 13 pp. 203-229.
 
The dmf1/mid1 gene is essential for correct positioning of the division septum in fission yeast.
Sohrmann M., Fankhauser C., Brodbeck C., Simanis V., 1996/11. Genes and Development, 10 (21) pp. 2707-2719.
 
From seed germination to flowering, light controls plant development via the pigment phytochrome.
Chory J., Chatterjee M., Cook R.K., Elich T., Fankhauser C., Li J., Nagpal P., Neff M., Pepper A., Poole D. et al., 1996/10. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 93 (22) pp. 12066-12071. Peer-reviewed.
 
The S. pombe cdc15 gene is a key element in the reorganization of F-actin at mitosis.
Fankhauser C., Reymond A., Cerutti L., Utzig S., Hofmann K., Simanis V., 1995. Cell, 82 (3) pp. 435-444.
 
The cdc7 protein kinase is a dosage dependent regulator of septum formation in fission yeast.
Fankhauser C., Simanis V., 1994/07. EMBO Journal, 13 (13) pp. 3011-3019. Peer-reviewed.
 
Cold fission: splitting the pombe cell at room temperature.
Fankhauser C., Simanis V., 1994/03. Trends in Cell Biology, 4 (3) pp. 96-101.
 
The Schizosaccharomyces pombe cdc14 gene is required for septum formation and can also inhibit nuclear division.
Fankhauser C., Simanis V., 1993/05. Molecular biology of the cell, 4 (5) pp. 531-539. Peer-reviewed.
 
The S. pombe cdc16 gene is required both for maintenance of p34cdc2 kinase activity and regulation of septum formation: a link between mitosis and cytokinesis?
Fankhauser C., Marks J., Reymond A., Simanis V., 1993. EMBO Journal, 12 (7) pp. 2697-2704.
 
The Drosophila cdc25 homolog twine is required for meiosis.
Courtot C., Fankhauser C., Simanis V., Lehner C.F., 1992/10. Development, 116 (2) pp. 405-416. Peer-reviewed.
 
Genetic interactions in the control of septation in Schizosaccharomyces pombe.
Marks J., Fankhauser C., Simanis V., 1992/04. Journal of cell science, 101 ( Pt 4) pp. 801-808. Peer-reviewed.
 
Cytoskeletal and DNA structure abnormalities result from bypass of requirement for the cdc10 start gene in the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe.
Marks J., Fankhauser C., Reymond A., Simanis V., 1992. Journal of Cell Science, 101 (3) pp. 517-528.
Specific complex of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 rev and nucleolar B23 proteins: dissociation by the Rev response element.
Fankhauser C., Izaurralde E., Adachi Y., Wingfield P., Laemmli U.K., 1991. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 11 (5) pp. 2567-2575.
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