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    Publications

    Kipp, M., Schwab, B. L., Przybylski, M., Nicotera, P., and Fackelmayer, F. O. (2000). Apoptotic cleavage of scaffold attachment factor A (SAF-A) by caspase-3 occurs at a noncanonical cleavage site, J Biol Chem 275, 5031-6.

    Kipp, M., Göhring, F., Ostendorp, T., van Drunen, C. M., van Driel, R., Przybylski, M., and Fackelmayer, F. O. (2000). SAF-Box, a Conserved Protein Domain That Specifically Recognizes Scaffold Attachment Region DNA, Mol Cell Biol 20, 7480-7489.

    Kreitz, S., Fackelmayer, F. O., Gerdes, J., and Knippers, R. (2000). The proliferation-specific human Ki-67 protein is a constituent of compact chromatin, Exp Cell Res 261, 284-92.

    Fackelmayer, F. O. (2000). Die Architektur des Zellkerns, BioSpektrum 6, 441-4.

    Eckerich, C., Fackelmayer, F. O., and Knippers, R. (2001). Zinc affects the conformation of nucleoprotein filaments formed by replication protein A (RPA) and long natural DNA molecules, Biochim Biophys Acta 1538, 67-75.

    Eggert, H., Schulz, M., Fackelmayer, F. O., Renkawitz, R., and Eggert, M. (2001). Effects of the heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein U (hnRNP U/SAF- A) on glucocorticoid-dependent transcription in vivo, J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol 78, 59-65.

    Kappes, F., Burger, K., Baack, M., Fackelmayer, F. O., and Gruss, C. (2001). Subcellular localization of the human proto-oncogene protein DEK, J Biol Chem 276, 26317-23.

    Jahr, S., Hentze, H., Englisch, S., Hardt, D., Fackelmayer, F. O., Hesch, R. D., and Knippers, R. (2001). DNA fragments in the blood plasma of cancer patients: quantitations and evidence for their origin from apoptotic and necrotic cells, Cancer Res 61, 1659-65.

    Jenke, B. H., Fetzer, C. P., Stehle, I. M., Jonsson, F., Fackelmayer, F. O., Conradt, H., Bode, J., and Lipps, H. J. (2002). An episomally replicating vector binds to the nuclear matrix protein SAF-A in vivo, EMBO Rep 3, 349-54.

    Helbig, R. and Fackelmayer, F.O., (2003) Scaffold Attachment Factor A (SAF-A) is Concentrated in Inactive X Chromosome Territories Through its RGG Domain. Chromosoma 112:173–182

    Mearini, G., Nielsen, P.E., and Fackelmayer, F.O., (2004) Localization and Dynamics of Plasmid DNA in Live Mammalian Nuclei. Nucleic Acids Res. 32(8):2642-51

    Jenke, A., Stehle, I. M., Herrmann, F., Eisenberger T., Armin Baiker A., Bode J., Fackelmayer F.O. and Lipps H. J. (2004) Nuclear scaffold/matrix attached region modules linked to a transcription unit are sufficient for replication and maintenance of a mammalian episome. Proc. Natl. Acad Sci USA 101(31):11322-7

    Fackelmayer, F.O. (2004) Nuclear Architecture and Transcription Factors in the Quest for New Therapeutics. Curr. Pharma. Design 10(23):2851-2860

    Herrmann, F. and Fackelmayer, F.O. (2004) Arginine Methylation of Scaffold Attachment Factor A (SAF-A) by hnRNP-particle associated PRMT1. J. Biol. Chem. 279 (47): 48774

    Fackelmayer F.O. (2005) A stable proteinaceous structure in the territory of inactive X chromosomes. J. Biol. Chem. 280(3):1720-3

    Herrmann, F. and Fackelmayer, F.O. (2005) Nuclear Architecture - On higher ground. Report on the Third Elmau Meeting for Nuclear Organization. Chromosome Res. 13(1):3-8

    Herrmann, F., Lee, J., Bedford, M.T., and Fackelmayer, F.O. (2005). Dynamics of Human Protein Arginine Methyltransferase 1 (PRMT1) in vivo. J. Biol. Chem. 280(45):38005-10

    Fackelmayer, F.O. (2005) Protein Arginine Methyltransferases: Guardians of the Arg? Trends Biochem. Sci. 30(12):666-71

    Mearini, G. and Fackelmayer, F.O. (2006) Local chromatin mobility is independent of active transcription. Cell Cycle, 5(17):1989-95

    Malyavantham KS, Bhattacharya S, Barbeitos M, Mukherjee L, Xu J, Fackelmayer F.O., Berezney R. (2008). Identifying functional neighborhoods within the cell nucleus: proximity analysis of early S-phase replicating chromatin domains to sites of transcription, RNA polymerase II, HP1gamma, matrin 3 and SAF-A. J Cell Biochem. 105(2):391-403.

    Herrmann F. and Fackelmayer, F.O. (2009) Nucleo-cytoplasmic shuttling of protein arginine methyltransferase 1 (PRMT1) requires enzymatic activity. Genes to Cells. 14(3):309-17.

    Herrmann F, Pably P, Eckerich C, Bedford MT, and Fackelmayer F.O. (2009). Human protein arginine methyltransferases in vivo--distinct properties of eight canonical members of the PRMT family. J Cell Sci. 122(Pt 5):667-77.

    Scaramuzzino C, Monaghan J, Milioto C, Lanson NA Jr, Maltare A, Aggarwal T, Casci I, Fackelmayer F.O., Pennuto M, Pandey UB., (2013). Protein arginine methyltransferase 1 and 8 interact with FUS to modify its sub-cellular distribution and toxicity in vitro and in vivo. PLoS One. 8(4):e61576.

    Suchankova, J; Legartova, S; Sehnalova, P; Kozubek, S; Valente, S; Labella, D; Mai, A; Eckerich, C; Fackelmayer, F.O.; Sorokin, DV; Bartova, E., (2014). PRMT1 arginine methyltransferase accumulates in cytoplasmic bodies that respond to selective inhibition and DNA damage, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY, 58(2): 1-2.

    Hall, LL; Carone, DM; Gomez, AV; Kolpa, HJ; Byron, M; Mehta, N; Fackelmayer, F.O.; Lawrence, JB., (2014). Stable C0T-1 Repeat RNA Is Abundant and Is Associated with Euchromatic Interphase Chromosomes, CELL, 156(5): 907-919.

    Scaramuzzino C, Casci I, Parodi S, Lievens PM, Polanco MJ, Milioto C, Chivet M, Monaghan J, Mishra A, Badders N, Aggarwal T, Grunseich C, Sambataro F, Basso M, Fackelmayer F.O., Taylor JP, Pandey UB, Pennuto M., (2015). Protein Arginine Methyltransferase 6 Enhances Polyglutamine-Expanded Androgen Receptor Function and Toxicity in Spinal and Bulbar Muscular Atrophy. Neuron. 2015 Jan 7;85(1):88-100.

    Kolpa HJ, Fackelmayer F.O., Lawrence JB., (2016). SAF-A Requirement in Anchoring XIST RNA to Chromatin Varies in Transformed and Primary Cells. Dev Cell. 2016 Oct 10;39(1):9-10.