Quentin Defenouillère
Quentin Defenouillère
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Cdc48-associated complex bound to 60S particles is required for the clearance of aberrant translation products
Q Defenouillère, Y Yao, J Mouaikel, A Namane, A Galopier, L Decourty, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (13), 5046-5051, 2013
The cryo-EM structure of a ribosome–Ski2-Ski3-Ski8 helicase complex
C Schmidt, E Kowalinski, V Shanmuganathan, Q Defenouillère, ...
Science 354 (6318), 1431-1433, 2016
Rqc1 and Ltn1 prevent C-terminal alanine-threonine tail (CAT-tail)-induced protein aggregation by efficient recruitment of Cdc48 on stalled 60S subunits
Q Defenouillère, E Zhang, A Namane, J Mouaikel, A Jacquier, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 291 (23), 12245-12253, 2016
Multilevel regulation of an α-arrestin by glucose depletion controls hexose transporter endocytosis
J Hovsepian, Q Defenouillère, V Albanèse, L Váchová, C Garcia, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 216 (6), 1811-1831, 2017
The ribosome-bound quality control complex: from aberrant peptide clearance to proteostasis maintenance
Q Defenouillère, M Fromont-Racine
Current Genetics 63 (6), 997-1005, 2017
The ribosome-bound quality control complex remains associated to aberrant peptides during their proteasomal targeting and interacts with Tom1 to limit protein aggregation
Q Defenouillère, A Namane, J Mouaikel, A Jacquier, M Fromont-Racine
Molecular biology of the cell 28 (9), 1165-1176, 2017
The induction of HAD-like phosphatases by multiple signaling pathways confers resistance to the metabolic inhibitor 2-deoxyglucose
Q Defenouillère, A Verraes, C Laussel, A Friedrich, J Schacherer, S Léon
Science signaling 12 (597), eaaw8000, 2019
Functional characterization of the RQC complex involved in translational quality control and in the maintenance of protein homeostasis
Q Defenouillère
PhD Thesis - Cell Biology. University Pierre and Marie Curie - Paris VI …, 2015
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