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An mRNA decapping mutant deficient in P body assembly limits mRNA stabilization in response to osmotic stress.
Huch S and T Nissan. 2017
Scientific Reports 7: 44395

The decapping activator Edc3 and the Q/N-rich domain of Lsm4 function together to enhance mRNA stability and alter mRNA decay pathway dependence in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Huch S, Müller M, Muppavarapu M, Gommlich J, Balagopal V and T Nissan. 2016.
Biology Open 5: 1388-1389

Membrane association of mRNA decapping factors is independent of stress in budding yeast. 
Huch S, Gommlich J, Muppavarapu M, Beckham C and T Nissan.  2016.
Scientific Reports 6: 25477

The cytoplasmic mRNA degradation factor Pat1 is required for ribosomal RNA processing
Muppavarapu M, Huch S and T Nissan.  2016.
RNA Biology  13: 455-465.

Interrelations between translation and general mRNA decay in yeast.
Huch S and T Nissan.  2014.
Wiley Interdiscip Rev RNA  5: 747-763.

Ways and Means of Eukaryotic mRNA Decay.
Balagopal V, Fluch L and T Nissan.  2012.
BBA – Gene Regulatory Mechanisms 1819: 593-603.

Decapping activators in Saccharomyces cerevisiae act by multiple mechanisms.
Nissan T, Rajyaguru P,  She M,  Song H and R Parker.  2010.
Molecular Cell  39: 773-783.

Computational analysis of miRNA-mediated repression: Implications for models of translation initiation inhibition.
Nissan T and R Parker.  2008.
RNA 14: 1480-1491.

Analyzing P-bodies in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Nissan T and R Parker.  2008.
Methods in Enzymology  448: 507-520.

Rea1, a dynein related nuclearAAA-ATPase, is involved in late rRNA processing and nuclear export of 60S subunits.
Galani K , Nissan TA , Petfalski E, Tollervey D and E Hurt.  2004.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279: 55411-55418.

A pre-ribosome with a tadpole-like structure functions in ATP-dependent maturation of 60S subunits. 
Nissan TA, Galani K, Maco B, Tollervey D, Aebi U and E Hurt.  2004.
Molecular Cell  15: 295-301

60S pre-ribosome formation viewed from assembly in the nucleolus until export to the cytoplasm.
Nissan TA, Baßler J, Petfalski E, Tollervey D and E Hurt.  2002.
EMBO J.  21: 5539-47.