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Ian Stansfield
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Evolution of pathogenicity and sexual reproduction in eight Candida genomes
G Butler, MD Rasmussen, MF Lin, MAS Santos, S Sakthikumar, CA Munro, ...
Nature 459 (7247), 657-662, 2009
10502009
TOR controls translation initiation and early G1 progression in yeast.
NC Barbet, U Schneider, SB Helliwell, I Stansfield, MF Tuite, MN Hall
Molecular biology of the cell 7 (1), 25-42, 1996
9161996
The products of the SUP45 (eRF1) and SUP35 genes interact to mediate translation termination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
I Stansfield, KM Jones, VV Kushnirov, AR Dagkesamanskaya, ...
The EMBO journal 14 (17), 4365-4373, 1995
5541995
Phylogenetic diversity of stress signalling pathways in fungi
E Nikolaou, I Agrafioti, M Stumpf, J Quinn, I Stansfield, AJP Brown
BMC Evolutionary Biology 9 (1), 1-18, 2009
2112009
Terminating eukaryote translation: domain 1 of release factor eRF1 functions in stop codon recognition
G Bertram, HA Bell, DW Ritchie, G Fullerton, I Stansfield
Rna 6 (9), 1236-1247, 2000
2102000
Endless possibilities: translation termination and stop codon recognition
G Bertram, S Innes, O Minella, JP Richardson, I Stansfield
Microbiology 147 (2), 255-269, 2001
1752001
Halting a cellular production line: responses to ribosomal pausing during translation
JR Buchan, I Stansfield
Biology of the Cell 99 (9), 475-487, 2007
1402007
tRNA properties help shape codon pair preferences in open reading frames
JR Buchan, LS Aucott, I Stansfield
Nucleic acids research 34 (3), 1015-1027, 2006
1362006
Ribosome traffic on mRNAs maps to gene ontology: genome-wide quantification of translation initiation rates and polysome size regulation
L Ciandrini, I Stansfield, MC Romano
PLoS computational biology 9 (1), e1002866, 2013
1162013
The C‐terminus of eRF1 defines a functionally important domain for translation termination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
L Eurwilaichitr, FM Graves, I Stansfield, MF Tuite
Molecular microbiology 32 (3), 485-496, 1999
1111999
Missense translation errors in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
I Stansfield, KM Jones, P Herbert, A Lewendon, WV Shaw, MF Tuite
Journal of molecular biology 282 (1), 13-24, 1998
1041998
Polypeptide chain termination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
I Stansfield, MF Tuite
Current genetics 25 (5), 385-395, 1994
861994
Genome-wide prediction of stop codon readthrough during translation in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
I Williams, J Richardson, A Starkey, I Stansfield
Nucleic acids research 32 (22), 6605-6616, 2004
852004
Role of the particle’s stepping cycle in an asymmetric exclusion process: a model of mRNA translation
L Ciandrini, I Stansfield, MC Romano
Physical Review E 81 (5), 051904, 2010
822010
A mutant allele of the SUP45 (SAL4) gene of Saccharomyces cerevisiae shows temperature-dependent allosuppressor and omnipotent suppressor phenotypes
I Stansfield, MF Tuite
Current genetics 27 (5), 417-426, 1995
751995
Depletion in the levels of the release factor eRF1 causes a reduction in the efficiency of translation termination in yeast
I Stansfield, LE Akhmaloka, MF Tuite
Molecular microbiology 20 (6), 1135-1143, 1996
711996
Ribosomal association of the yeast SAL4 (SUP45) gene product: implications for its role in translation fidelity and termination
I Stansfield, CM Grant, MF Tuite
Molecular microbiology 6 (23), 3469-3478, 1992
531992
Physiological analysis of the role of truB in Escherichia coli: a role for tRNA modification in extreme temperature resistance
SM Kinghorn, CP O’Byrne, IR Booth, I Stansfield
Microbiology 148 (11), 3511-3520, 2002
522002
Translational recoding as a feedback controller: systems approaches reveal polyamine-specific effects on the antizyme ribosomal frameshift
C Rato, SR Amirova, DG Bates, I Stansfield, HM Wallace
Nucleic acids research 39 (11), 4587-4597, 2011
502011
Queueing phase transition: theory of translation
MC Romano, M Thiel, I Stansfield, C Grebogi
Physical Review Letters 102 (19), 198104, 2009
482009
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