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    Thomais Papamarcaki

    Thomais Papamarcaki

    Group Leader

    Foundation for Research & Technology-Hellas
    Institute of Molecular Biology & Biotechnology
    Dep. of Biomedical Research
    University Campus of Ioannina
    45 115 Ioannina, Greece

    Phone : +30 26510 07560
    Fax : +30 26510 07077

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    Matragkou, Ch., Papachristou, H., Karetsou, Z., Papadopoulos G., Papamarcaki, T., Vizirianakis, I. S., Tsiftsoglou A. S and Choli-Papadopoulou, T. (2009) “On the intra-cellular trafficking of mouse S5 ribosomal protein from cytoplasm to nucleoli” J. Mol. Biol. 392 :1192-1204.

    Karetsou, Z., Emmanouilidou, A., Sanidas, I., Liokatis, S., Nikolakaki, E., Politou, A. and Papamarcaki, T. (2009) “Identification of distinct SET/TAF-Iβ domains required for core histone binding and quantitative characterisation of the interaction” BMC Biochem., 10 (1):10.

    Martic, G., Karetsou, Z., Kefala, K., Clapier, C., Straub, T. and Papamarcaki, T. (2005). “Parathymosin affects the binding of linker histone H1 to nucleosomes and remodels chromatin structure” J. Biol. Chem. 280:16143-16150.

    Karetsou, Z., Martic, G., Tavoulari, S., Christoforidis, S., Wilm, M., Gruss, C. and Papamarcaki, T. (2004) “Prothymosin α associates with the oncoprotein SET and is involved in chromatin decondensation” FEBS Lett. 577, 496-500.

    Karetsou, Z., Kretsovali, A., Murphy, C., Tsolas, O. and Papamarcaki, T. (2002) “Prothymosin α interacts with the CREB-binding protein and potentiates transcription ” EMBO Rep. 3, 361-366.