Dierk Niessing
Dierk Niessing
Ulm University, Germany
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RNA binding and translational suppression by bicoid
R Rivera-Pomar, D Niessing, U Schmidt-Ott, WJ Gehring, H Jacklë
Nature 379 (6567), 746-749, 1996
Phase separation of FUS is suppressed by its nuclear import receptor and arginine methylation
M Hofweber, S Hutten, B Bourgeois, E Spreitzer, A Niedner-Boblenz, ...
Cell 173 (3), 706-719. e13, 2018
Bicoid associates with the 5′-cap-bound complex of caudal mRNA and represses translation
D Niessing, S Blanke, H Jäckle
Genes & development 16 (19), 2576-2582, 2002
Structural features of Argonaute–GW182 protein interactions
J Pfaff, J Hennig, F Herzog, R Aebersold, M Sattler, D Niessing, G Meister
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (40), E3770-E3779, 2013
bozozok directly represses bmp2b transcription and mediates the earliest dorsoventral asymmetry of bmp2b expression in zebrafish
TC Leung, J Bischof, I Söll, D Niessing, D Zhang, J Ma, H Jäckle, ...
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 130 (16), 3639 …, 2003
She2p is a novel RNA binding protein with a basic helical hairpin motif
D Niessing, S Hüttelmaier, D Zenklusen, RH Singer, SK Burley
Cell 119 (4), 491-502, 2004
A cytoplasmic complex mediates specific mRNA recognition and localization in yeast
M Müller, RG Heym, A Mayer, K Kramer, M Schmid, P Cramer, H Urlaub, ...
PLoS biology 9 (4), e1000611, 2011
Structural basis for RNA recognition in roquin-mediated post-transcriptional gene regulation
A Schlundt, GA Heinz, R Janowski, A Geerlof, R Stehle, V Heissmeyer, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 21 (8), 671-678, 2014
Functional dissection of the paired domain of Pax6 reveals molecular mechanisms of coordinating neurogenesis and proliferation
T Walcher, Q Xie, J Sun, M Irmler, J Beckers, T Öztürk, D Niessing, ...
Development 140 (5), 1123-1136, 2013
Helical Growth of the Arabidopsis Mutant tortifolia2 Does Not Depend on Cell Division Patterns but Involves Handed Twisting of Isolated Cells
H Buschmann, M Hauptmann, D Niessing, CW Lloyd, AR Schäffner
The Plant Cell 21 (7), 2090-2106, 2009
mRNA transport meets membrane traffic
RP Jansen, D Niessing, S Baumann, M Feldbrügge
Trends in Genetics 30 (9), 408-417, 2014
Homeodomain position 54 specifies transcriptional versus translational control by Bicoid
D Niessing, W Driever, F Sprenger, H Taubert, H Jäckle, R Rivera-Pomar
Molecular cell 5 (2), 395-401, 2000
Sequence interval within the PEST motif of Bicoid is important for translational repression of caudal mRNA in the anterior region of the Drosophila embryo
D Niessing, N Dostatni, H Jäckle, R Rivera-Pomar
The EMBO Journal 18 (7), 1966-1973, 1999
X-ray structure of Pur-α reveals a Whirly-like fold and an unusual nucleic-acid binding surface
A Graebsch, S Roche, D Niessing
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (44), 18521-18526, 2009
Nuclear transit of the RNA‐binding protein She2 is required for translational control of localized ASH1 mRNA
TG Du, S Jellbauer, M Müller, M Schmid, D Niessing, RP Jansen
EMBO reports 9 (8), 781-787, 2008
Principles of mRNA transport in yeast
RG Heym, D Niessing
Cellular and molecular life sciences 69 (11), 1843-1853, 2012
Directional mRNA transport in eukaryotes: lessons from yeast
M Müller, A Heuck, D Niessing
Cellular and molecular life sciences 64 (2), 171-180, 2007
The structure of the Myo4p globular tail and its function in ASH1 mRNA localization
A Heuck, I Fetka, DN Brewer, D Hüls, M Munson, RP Jansen, D Niessing
Journal of Cell Biology 189 (3), 497-510, 2010
Formation of She2p tetramers is required for mRNA binding, mRNP assembly, and localization
M Müller, K Richter, A Heuck, E Kremmer, J Buchner, RP Jansen, ...
RNA 15 (11), 2002-2012, 2009
Monomeric myosin V uses two binding regions for the assembly of stable translocation complexes
A Heuck, TG Du, S Jellbauer, K Richter, C Kruse, S Jaklin, M Müller, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (50), 19778-19783, 2007
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