Recommended Readings: Hermann Steller, Ph.D. Monday January 13, 2020

Recommended Readings: Hermann Steller, Ph.D. Monday January 13, 2020

Monday Lectures Steller, Ph.D.

Monday, January 13, 2020 4:00 p.m.

Carson Family Auditorium

Hermann Steller, Ph.D.

Strang Professor and Head

Laboratory of Apoptosis and Cancer Biology

The Rockefeller University

Life without Aggregates: Regulated Protein Degradation in Neuronal Function and Neurodegenerative Diseases


Recommended Readings:

Empirical Articles

Liu, K., Jones, S., Minis, A., Rodriguez, J., Molina, H., and Steller, H. (2019). PI31 Is an Adaptor Protein for Proteasome Transport in Axons and Required for Synaptic Development. DEVELOPMENTAL CELL. 50: 509-524 e510.

Minis, A., Rodriguez, J.A., Levin, A., Liu, K., Govek, E.E., Hatten, M.E., and Steller, H. (2019). The proteasome regulator PI31 is required for protein homeostasis, synapse maintenance, and neuronal survival in mice. PNAS. 116 (49): 24639-24650

Cho-Park, P.F., and Steller, H. (2013). Proteasome regulation by ADP-ribosylation. CELL. 153: 614-627

Bader, M., Benjamin, S., Wapinski, O.L., Smith, D.M., Goldberg, A.L., and Steller, H. (2011). A conserved F box regulatory complex controls proteasome activity in Drosophila. CELL. 145: 371-382

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