Biological Research Centre – Key publications

Institute of Biophysics

2021

  1. Buchroithner, B.; Mayr S.; Hauser, F.; Priglinger, E.; Stangl, H.; Santa-Maria, A. R.; Deli, M. A.; Der, A.; Klar, T. A.; Axmann, M.; Sivun, D.; Mairhofer; M., Jacak, J.: Dual Channel Microfluidics for Mimicking the Blood-Brain Barrier. ACS NANO, 15: 2. 2984-2993. (2021)
  2. Figueira, I.; Galego, S.; Custódio-Santos, T.; Vicente, R.; Molnár, K.; Haskó, J.; Malhó, R.; Videira, M.; Wilhelm, I.; Krizbai, I.; Brito, M. A.: Picturing Breast Cancer Brain Metastasis Development to Unravel Molecular Players and Cellular Crosstalk. CANCERS (Basel), 13: 4. :910. (2021)
  3. Santa-Maria, A. R.; Walter, F. R.; Figueiredo, R.; Kincses, A.; Vigh, J. P.; Heymans, M.; Culot, M.; Winter, P.; Gosselet, F.; Dér, A.;, Deli, M. A.: Flow induces barrier and glycocalyx-related genes and negative surface charge in a lab-on-a-chip human blood-brain barrier model. JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM, 2021 Feb 9:271678X21992638. (2021)
  4. Taneva, S. G.; Krumova, S.; Bogár, F.; Kincses, A.; Stoichev, S.; Todinova, S.; Danailova, A.; Horváth, J.; Násztor, Z.; Kelemen, L.; Dér, A.: Insights into graphene oxide interaction with human serum albumin in isolated state and in blood plasma. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES, 175: pp. 19–29. (2021)
  5. Tóth, R., Farkas, A. E.; Krizbai, I. A.; Makra, P.; Bari, F.; Farkas, E.; Menyhárt, Á.: Astrocyte Ca2+ Waves and Subsequent Non-Synchronized Ca2+ Oscillations Coin

2020

  1. Imre, Norbert ; Hetényi, Anasztázia ; Szabó, Enikő ; Bodnár, Brigitta ; Szkalisity, Abel ; Gróf, Ilona ; Bocsik, Alexandra ; Deli, Mária A. ; Horvath, Peter ; Czibula, Ágnes et al. Routing Nanomolar Protein Cargoes to Lipid Raft‐Mediated/Caveolar Endocytosis through a Ganglioside GM1‐Specific Recognition Tag ADVANCED SCIENCE 7 : 4 Paper: 1902621 , 10 p. (2020)
  2. Vizsnyiczai, G. ; Frangipane, G. ; Bianchi, S. ; Saglimbeni, F. ; Dell’Arciprete, D. ; Di, Leonardo R. A transition to stable one-dimensional swimming enhances E. coli motility through narrow channels NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 11 : 1 Paper: 2340 (2020)
  3. Sereno, Marta ; Haskó, János ; Molnár, Kinga ; Medina, Sarah J ; Reisz, Zita ; Malhó, Rui ; Videira, Mafalda ; Tiszlavicz, László ; Booth, Stephanie A ; Wilhelm, Imola et al. Downregulation of circulating miR 802-5p and miR 194-5p and upregulation of brain MEF2C along breast cancer brain metastasization. MOLECULAR ONCOLOGY 14 : 3 pp. 520-538. , 19 p. (2020)
  4. Varga, Dániel P.; Szabó, Írisz; Varga, Viktória É. ; Menhyárt, Ákos ; M. Tóth, Orsolya ; Kozma, Mihály ; Bálint, Armand R. ; Krizbai, István A. ; Bari, Ferenc ; Farkas, Eszter. The antagonism of prostaglandin FP receptors inhibits the evolution of spreading depolarization in an experimental model of global forebrain ischemia NEUROBIOLOGY OF DISEASE 137 p. 104780 Paper: 104780 (2020)
  5. Bodor, Attila ; Bounedjoum, Naila ; Vincze, Gyorgy Erik ; Erdeine, Kis Agnes ; Laczi, Krisztian ; Bende, Gabor ; Szilagyi, Arpad ; Kovacs, Tamas ; Perei, Katalin ; Rakhely, Gabor Challenges of unculturable bacteria: environmental perspectives REVIEWS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND BIO-TECHNOLOGY 19 : 1 pp. 1-22. , 22 p. (2020)
  6. Imre, N.; Hetenyi, A.; Szabo, E.; Bodnar, B.; Szkalisity, A.; Grof, I.; Bocsik, A.; Deli, Maria A.; Horvath, P.; Czibula, A.; Monostori, E.; Martinek, T. A.: Routing Nanomolar Protein Cargoes to Lipid Raft‐Mediated/Caveolar Endocytosis through a Ganglioside GM1‐Specific Recognition Tag. ADVANCED SCIENCE, 7: 4 Paper: 1902621, 10 p. (2020)
  7. Vizsnyiczai, G.; Frangipane, G.; Bianchi, S.; Saglimbeni, F.; Dell’Arciprete, D.; Di, Leonardo R.: A transition to stable one-dimensional swimming enhances E. coli motility through narrow channels. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 11: 1 Paper: 2340 (2020)
  8. Kincses, A.; Santa-Maria, A. R.; Walter, F. R.; Der, L.; Horányi, N.; Lipka, D. V.; Valkai, S,; Deli, M, A.;  Der, A.: A chip device to determine surface charge properties of confluent cell monolayers by measuring streaming potential. LAB ON A CHIP, 20:  20  pp. 3792-3805. 14 p.  (2020)
  9. Molnár, K.; Mészáros, Á.; Fazakas, C.; Kozma, M.; Győri, F.; Reisz, Z.; Tiszlavicz, L.; Farkas, A. E.; Nyúl‐Tóth, Á.; Haskó, J.; Krizbai, I. A., Wilhelm, I.: Pericyte‐secreted IGF2 promotes breast cancer brain metastasis formation. MOLECULAR ONCOLOGY, Paper: 1878-0261.12752 (2020)
  10. Bodor, A.; Bounedjoum, N.; Vincze, G. E.; Erdeine Kis, A.; Laczi, K.; Bende, G.; Szilagyi, A.; Kovacs, T.; Perei, K.; Rakhely, G.: Challenges of unculturable bacteria: environmental perspectives. REVIEWS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND BIO-TECHNOLOGY, 19: 1 pp. 1-22., 22 p. (2020)

2019

  1. Kelemen, L. ; Lepera, E. ; Horvath, B. ; Ormos, P. ; Osellame, R. ; Vazquez, R. Martinez Direct writing of optical microresonators in a lab-on-a-chip for label-free biosensing LAB ON A CHIP 19 : 11 pp. 1985-1990. , 6 p. (2019)
  2. Haskó, János ; Fazakas, Csilla ; Molnár, Kinga ; Mészáros, Ádám ; Patai, Roland ; Szabó, Gábor ; Erdélyi, Ferenc ; Nyúl-Tóth, Ádám ; Győri, Fanni ; Kozma, Mihály et al. Response of the neurovascular unit to brain metastatic breast cancer cells. ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA COMMUNICATIONS 7 : 1 Paper: 133,15 p. (2019)
  3. Bocsik, Alexandra ; Gróf, Ilona ; Kiss, Lóránd ; Ötvös, Ferenc ; Zsíros, Ottó ; Daruka, Lejla ; Fülöp, Lívia ; Vastag, Monika ; Kittel, Ágnes ; Imre, Norbert et al. Dual Action of the PN159/KLAL/MAP Peptide: Increase of Drug Penetration across Caco-2 Intestinal Barrier Model by Modulation of Tight Junctions and Plasma Membrane Permeability. PHARMACEUTICS 11 : 2 Paper: 73 , 21 p. (2019)
  4. Herman, Hildegard* ; Fazakas, Csilla* ; Haskó, János ; Molnár, Kinga ; Mészáros, Ádám ; Nyúl-Tóth, Ádám ; Szabó, Gábor ; Erdélyi, Ferenc ; Ardelean, Aurel ; Hermenean, Anca et al. Paracellular and transcellular migration of metastatic cells through the cerebral endothelium JOURNAL OF CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR MEDICINE 23 : 4 pp. 2619-2631. , 13 p. (2019)
  5. Santa-Maria, Ana R ; Walter, Fruzsina R ; Valkai, Sándor ; Brás, Ana Rita ; Mészáros, Mária ; Kincses, András ; Klepe, Adrián ; Gaspar, Diana ; Castanho, Miguel A R B ; Zimányi, László et al. Lidocaine turns the surface charge of biological membranes more positive and changes the permeability of blood-brain barrier culture models. BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOMEMBRANES 1861 : 9 pp. 1579-1591. , 13 p. (2019)

2018

  1. Bianchi S, Vizsnyiczai G, Ferretti S, Maggi C, Di Leonardo R: An optical reaction micro-turbine. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 9:4476(2018)
  2. Wilhelm I, Fazakas C, Molnár K, Végh AG, Haskó J, Krizbai IA: Foe or friend? Janus-faces of the neurovascular unit in the formation of brain metastases. JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW & METABOLISM, 38:563-587(2018)
  3. Sima F, Sugioka K, Vazquez RM, Osellame R, Kelemen L, Ormos P: Three-dimensional femtosecond laser processing for lab-on-a-chip applications. NANOPHOTONICS, 7:613-634(2018)
  4. Hoyk Z, Tóth EM, Lénárt N, Nagy D, Dukay B, Csefová A, Zvara A, Seprényi G, Kincses A, Walter FR, Veszelka S, Vígh J, Barabási B, Harazin A, Kittel A, Puskás LG, Penke B, Vígh L, Deli MA, Sántha M: Cerebrovascular pathology in hypertriglyceridemic APOB-100 transgenic mice. FRONTIERS IN CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE, 12:380(2018)
  5. Nagy K, Ábrahám A, Keymer JE, Galajda P: Application of microfluidics in experimental ecology: The importance of being spatial. FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY, 9:496(2018)

2017

  1. Nyúl-Tóth A, Kozma M, Nagyőszi P, Nagy K, Fazakas C, Haskó J, Molnár K, Farkas AE, Végh AG, Váró G, Galajda P, Wilhelm I, Krizbai IA: Expression of pattern recognition receptors and activation of the non-canonical inflammasome pathway in brain pericytes. BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND IMMUNITY 64 PP. 220-231. , 12 P. (2017)
  2. Ferencz M-C, Petrovszki P, Dér A, Sebők-Nagy K, Kóta Z, Páli T: Oscillating electric field measures the rotation rate in a native rotary enzyme. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 7:45309(2017)
  3. Patai R, Paizs M, Tortarolo M, Bendotti C, Obál I, Engelhardt JI, Siklós L: Presymptomtically applied AMPA receptor antagonist prevents calcium increase in vulnerable type of motor axon terminals of mce modeling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. BBA – MOLECULAR BASIS OF DISEASE, 1863:1739-1748(2017)
  4. Béla Varga, Réka Anita Domokos, Csilla Fazakas, Imola Wilhelm, István A. Krizbai, Zsolt Szegletes, Csilla Gergely, György Váró and Attila G. Végh: De-adhesion dynamics of melanoma cells from brain endothelial layer. BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENERAL SUBJECTS 1862 : 3 pp. 745-751. , 7 p. (2018)
  5. Heiner Z, Roland T, Leonard J, Haacke S, Groma GI: Kinetics of light-induced intramolceular energy transfer in different conformational states of NADH. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 121 : 34 PP. 8037-8045. , 9 P. (2017)

2016

  1. Szuhaj M, Ács N, Tengölics R, Bodor A, Rákhely G, Kovacs KL, Bagi Z: Conversion of H2 and CO2 to CH4 and acetate in fed-batch biogas reactors by mixed biogas community: a novel route for the power-to-gas concept. BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR BIOFUELS, 9:102(2016)
  2. Násztor Z, Bogár F, Dér A: The interfacial tension concept, as revealed by fluctuations. CURRENT OPINION IN COLLOID &INTERFACE SCIENCE, 23:29-40(2016)
  3. Sántha P, Veszelka S, Hoyk Z, Mészáros M, Walter FR, Tóth AE, Kiss L, Kincses A, Oláh Z, Seprényi G, Rákhely G, Dér A, Pákáski M, Kálmán J, Kittel A, Deli MA: Restraint stress-induced morphological changes at the blood-brain barrier in adult rats. FRONTIERS IN MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE 8 paper: 88 , 15 P. (2016)
  4. Walter FR, Valkai S, Kincses A, Petneházi A, Czeller T, Veszelka S, Ormos P, Deli MA, Dér A: A versatile lab-on-a-chip tool for modeling biological barriers. SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B: CHEMICAL, 222:1209-1219
  5. Obál I, Klausz G, Mándi Y, Deli M, Siklós L, Engelhardt JI: Intraperitoneally administered IgG from patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or from an immune-mediated goat model increase the levels of TNF-α, IL-6, and IL-10 in the spinal cord and serum of mice. JOURNAL OF NEUROINFLAMMATION, 13:121(2016)

Institute of Biochemistry

2021

  1. Dukay B., Walter F.R., Vigh J.P., Barabási B., Hajdu P., Balassa T., Migh E., Kincses A., Hoyk Zs., Szögi T., Borbély E., Csoboz B., Horváth P., Fülöp L., Penke B., Vígh L., Deli M.A., Sántha M., Tóth E.M.: Neuroinflammatory processes are augmented in mice overexpressing human heat-shock protein B1 following ethanol-induced brain injury. J Neuroinflammation. 2021 Jan 10; 18(1): 22. doi.org/10.1186/s12974-020-02070-2. (2021)
  2. Hage H., Miyauchi S., Virágh M., […], Bálint B., Merényi Zs., […], Nagy L.G., Grigoriev I.V., Martin F., Rosso M.-N.: Gene family expansions and transcriptome signatures uncover fungal adaptations to wood decay. Environ Microbiol. 2021, org/10.1111/1462-2920.15423 (2021)
  3. Koós K., Oláh G., Balassa T., Mihut N., Rózsa M., Ozsvár A., Tasnádi E., Barzó P., Faragó N., Puskás L., Molnár G., Molnár J., Tamás G., Horváth P.:
    Automatic deep learning-driven label-free image-guided patch clamp system. Nat Commun 12: 936; org/10.1038/s41467-021-21291-4 (2021)
  4. Kovács K., Farkas Z., Bajić D., Kalapis D., Daraba A., Almási K., Kintses B., Bódi Z., Notebaart R.A., Poyatos J.F., Kemmeren P., Holstege F.C.P., Pál Cs., Papp B.: Suboptimal global transcriptional response increases the harmful effects of loss-of-function mutations. BIOL EVOL 2020 Nov 3; 38(3): 1137–1150, doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msaa280 (2021)
  5. Sangeetham S.B., Engelke A.D., Fodor E., Krausz S.L., Tatzelt J., Welker E.: The G127V variant of the prion protein interferes with dimer formationin vitro but not in cellulo. Scientific Reports 2021, 11: 3116; doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-82647-w (2021)

2020

  1. Kulcsar, P.I.; Talas, A.; Toth, E.; Nyeste, A.; Ligeti, Z.; Welker, Z.; Welker, E.: Blackjack mutations improve the on-target activities of increased fidelity variants of SpCas9 with 5’G-extended sgRNAs. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 11: 1, p. 1223. (2020)
  2. Merenyi, Z.; Prasanna, A.N.; Wang, Z.; Kovacs, K.; Hegedus, B.; Balint, B.; Papp, B.; Townsend, J.P.; Nagy, L.G.: Unmatched level of molecular convergence among deeply divergent complex multicellular fungi. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, (2020)
  3. Moshkov, N.; Mathe, B.; Kertesz-Farkas, A.; Hollandi, R.; Horvath, P.: Test-time augmentation for deep learning-based cell segmentation on microscopy images. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 10: 1, p. 5068. (2020)
  4. Vernyik, V.; Karcagi, I.; Timar, E.; Nagy, I.; Gyorkei, A.; Papp, B.; Gyorfy, Z.; Posfai, G.: Exploring the fitness benefits of genome reduction in Escherichia coli by a selection-driven approach. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 10: 1, p. 7345. (2020)
  5. Wannier, T.M.; Nyerges, A.; Kuchwara, H.M.; Czikkely, M.; Balogh, D.; Filsinger, G.T.; Borders, N.C.; Gregg, C.J.; Lajoie, M.J.; Rios, X.; Pal, C.; Church, G.M.: Improved bacterial recombineering by parallelized protein discovery. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 117: 24, pp. 13689-13698. (2020)

2019

  1. Balogi, Z.; Multhoff, G.; Jensen, T.K.; Lloyd-Evans, E.; Yamashima, T.; Jaattela, M.; Harwood, J.L.; Vigh, L.: Hsp70 interactions with membrane lipids regulate cellular functions in health and disease. PROGRESS IN LIPID RESEARCH, 74: pp. 18-30. (2019)
  2. Kintses, B.; Mehi, O.; Ari, E.; Szamel, M.; Gyorkei, A.; Jangir, P.K.; Nagy, I.; Pal, F.; Fekete, G.; Tengolics, R.; Nyerges, A.; Liko, I.; Balint, A.; Molnar, T.; Balint, B.; Vasarhelyi, B.M.; Bustamante, M.; Papp, B.; Pal, C.: Phylogenetic barriers to horizontal transfer of antimicrobial peptide resistance genes in the human gut microbiota. NATURE MICROBIOLOGY, 4: 3, pp. 447-458. (2019)
  3. Krizsan, K.; Almasi, E.; Merenyi, Z.; Sahu, N.; Viragh, M.; Koszo, T.; Mondo, S.; Kiss, B.; Balint, B.; Kues, U.; Barry, K.; Cseklye, J.; Hegedus, B.; Henrissat, B.; Johnson, J.; Lipzen, A.; Ohm, R.A.; Nagy, I.; Pangilinan, J.; Yan, J.; Xiong, Y.; Grigoriev, I.V.; Hibbett, D.S.; Nagy, L.G.: Transcriptomic atlas of mushroom development reveals conserved genes behind complex multicellularity in fungi. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 116: 15, pp. 7409-7418. (2019)
  4. Prasanna, A.N.; Gerber, D.; Kijpornyongpan, T.; Aime, M.C.; Doyle, V.P.; Nagy, L.G.: Model Choice, Missing Data, and Taxon Sampling Impact Phylogenomic Inference of Deep Basidiomycota Relationships. SYSTEMATIC BIOLOGY, 69: 1, pp. 17-37. (2019)
  5. Varga, T.; Krizsan, K.; Foldi, C.; Dima, B.; Sanchez-Garcia, M.; Sanchez-Ramirez, S.; Szollosi, G.J.; Szarkandi, J.G.; Papp, V.; Albert, L.; Andreopoulos, W.; Angelini, C.; Antonin, V.; Barry, K.W.; Bougher, N.L.; Buchanan, P.; Buyck, B.; Bense, V.; Catcheside, P.; Chovatia, M.; Cooper, J.; Damon, W.; Desjardin, D.; Finy, P.; Geml, J.; Haridas, S.; Hughes, K.; Justo, A.; Karasinski, D.; Kautmanova, I.; Kiss, B.; Kocsube, S.; Kotiranta, H.; LaButti, K.M.; Lechner, B.E.; Liimatainen, K.; Lipzen, A.; Lukacs, Z.; Mihaltcheva, S.; Morgado, L.N.; Niskanen, T.; Noordeloos, M.E.; Ohm, R.A.; Ortiz-Santana, B.; Ovrebo, C.; Racz, N.; Riley, R.; Savchenko, A.; Shiryaev, A.; Soop, K.; Spirin, V.; Szebenyi, C.; Tomsovsky, M.; Tulloss, R.E.; Uehling, J.; Grigoriev, I.V.; Vagvolgyi, C.; Papp, T.; Martin, F.M.; Miettinen, O.; Hibbett, D.S.; Nagy, L.G.: Megaphylogeny resolves global patterns of mushroom evolution. NATURE ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 3: 4, pp. 668-678. (2019)

2018

  1. Carragher, N.; Piccinini, F.; Tesei, A.; Trask, O.J., Jr.; Bickle, M.; Horvath, P.: Concerns, challenges and promises of high-content analysis of 3D cellular models. NATURE REVIEWS: DRUG DISCOVERY, 17: 8, p. 606. (2018)
  2. Lazar, V.; Martins, A.; Spohn, R.; Daruka, L.; Grezal, G.; Fekete, G.; Szamel, M.; Jangir, P.K.; Kintses, B.; Csorgo, B.; Nyerges, A.; Gyorkei, A.; Kincses, A.; Der, A.; Walter, F.R.; Deli, M.A.; Urban, E.; Hegedus, Z.; Olajos, G.; Mehi, O.; Balint, B.; Nagy, I.; Martinek, T.A.; Papp, B.; Pal, C.: Antibiotic-resistant bacteria show widespread collateral sensitivity to antimicrobial peptides. NATURE MICROBIOLOGY, 3: 6, pp. 718-731. (2018)
  3. Nyerges, A.; Csorgo, B.; Draskovits, G.; Kintses, B.; Szili, P.; Ferenc, G.; Revesz, T.; Ari, E.; Nagy, I.; Balint, B.; Vasarhelyi, B.M.; Bihari, P.; Szamel, M.; Balogh, D.; Papp, H.; Kalapis, D.; Papp, B.; Pal, C.: Directed evolution of multiple genomic loci allows the prediction of antibiotic resistance. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 115: 25, pp. E5726-E5735. (2018)
  4. Sipos, G.; Anderson, J.B.; Nagy, L.G.: Armillaria. CURRENT BIOLOGY, 28: 7, pp. R297-R298. (2018)
  5. Toth, E.; Czene, B.C.; Kulcsar, P.I.; Krausz, S.L.; Talas, A.; Nyeste, A.; Varga, E.; Huszar, K.; Weinhardt, N.; Ligeti, Z.; Borsy, A.E.; Fodor, E.; Welker, E.: Mb- and FnCpf1 nucleases are active in mammalian cells: activities and PAM preferences of four wild-type Cpf1 nucleases and of their altered PAM specificity variants. NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH, 46: 19, pp. 10272-10285. (2018)

2017

  1. Bodi, Z.; Farkas, Z.; Nevozhay, D.; Kalapis, D.; Lazar, V.; Csorgo, B.; Nyerges, A.; Szamecz, B.; Fekete, G.; Papp, B.; Araujo, H.; Oliveira, J.L.; Moura, G.; Santos, M.A.S.; Szekely, T., Jr.; Balazsi, G.; Pal, C.: Phenotypic heterogeneity promotes adaptive evolution. PLOS BIOLOGY, 15: 5, p. e2000644. (2017)
  2. Kulcsar, P.I.; Talas, A.; Huszar, K.; Ligeti, Z.; Toth, E.; Weinhardt, N.; Fodor, E.; Welker, E.: Crossing enhanced and high fidelity SpCas9 nucleases to optimize specificity and cleavage. GENOME BIOLOGY, 18: 1, p. 190. (2017)
  3. Montiel, J.; Downie, J.A.; Farkas, A.; Bihari, P.; Herczeg, R.; Balint, B.; Mergaert, P.; Kereszt, A.; Kondorosi, E.: Morphotype of bacteroids in different legumes correlates with the number and type of symbiotic NCR peptides. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 114: 19, pp. 5041-5046. (2017)
  4. Piccinini, F.; Balassa, T.; Szkalisity, A.; Molnar, C.; Paavolainen, L.; Kujala, K.; Buzas, K.; Sarazova, M.; Pietiainen, V.; Kutay, U.; Smith, K.; Horvath, P.: Advanced Cell Classifier: User-Friendly Machine-Learning-Based Software for Discovering Phenotypes in High-Content Imaging Data. CELL SYSTEMS, 4: 6, pp. 651-655 e655. (2017)
  5. Sipos, G.; Prasanna, A.N.; Walter, M.C.; O’Connor, E.; Balint, B.; Krizsan, K.; Kiss, B.; Hess, J.; Varga, T.; Slot, J.; Riley, R.; Boka, B.; Rigling, D.; Barry, K.; Lee, J.; Mihaltcheva, S.; LaButti, K.; Lipzen, A.; Waldron, R.; Moloney, N.M.; Sperisen, C.; Kredics, L.; Vagvolgyi, C.; Patrignani, A.; Fitzpatrick, D.; Nagy, I.; Doyle, S.; Anderson, J.B.; Grigoriev, I.V.; Guldener, U.; Munsterkotter, M.; Nagy, L.G.: Genome expansion and lineage-specific genetic innovations in the forest pathogenic fungi Armillaria. NATURE ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 1: 12, pp. 1931-1941. (2017)

2016

  1. Horvath, P.; Aulner, N.; Bickle, M.; Davies, A.M.; Nery, E.D.; Ebner, D.; Montoya, M.C.; Ostling, P.; Pietiainen, V.; Price, L.S.; Shorte, S.L.; Turcatti, G.; von Schantz, C.; Carragher, N.O.: Screening out irrelevant cell-based models of disease. NATURE REVIEWS: DRUG DISCOVERY, 15: 11, pp. 751-769. (2016)
  2. Karcagi, I.; Draskovits, G.; Umenhoffer, K.; Fekete, G.; Kovacs, K.; Mehi, O.; Baliko, G.; Szappanos, B.; Gyorfy, Z.; Feher, T.; Bogos, B.; Blattner, F.R.; Pal, C.; Posfai, G.; Papp, B.: Indispensability of Horizontally Transferred Genes and Its Impact on Bacterial Genome Streamlining. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 33: 5, pp. 1257-1269. (2016)
  3. Nyerges, A.; Csorgo, B.; Nagy, I.; Balint, B.; Bihari, P.; Lazar, V.; Apjok, G.; Umenhoffer, K.; Bogos, B.; Posfai, G.; Pal, C.: A highly precise and portable genome engineering method allows comparison of mutational effects across bacterial species. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 113: 9, pp. 2502-2507. (2016)
  4. Papp, B.; Lazar, V.: Antibiotics: New recipe for targeting resistance. NATURE CHEMICAL BIOLOGY, 12: 11, pp. 891-892. (2016)
  5. Szappanos, B.; Fritzemeier, J.; Csorgo, B.; Lazar, V.; Lu, X.; Fekete, G.; Balint, B.; Herczeg, R.; Nagy, I.; Notebaart, R.A.; Lercher, M.J.; Pal, C.; Papp, B.: Adaptive evolution of complex innovations through stepwise metabolic niche expansion. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 7: p. 11607. (2016)

Institute of Genetics

2021

  1. Bajusz, I. Kristó, C. Abonyi, T. Venit, V. Vedelek, T. Lukácsovich, A. Farkas, P. Borkúti, Z. Kovács, I. Bajusz, A. Marton, C. Vizler, Z. Lipinszki, R. Sinka, P. Percipalle, and P. Vilmos, The nuclear activity of the actin‐binding Moesin protein is necessary for gene expression in Drosophila. FEBS JOURNAL, 19 February  https://doi.org/10.1111/febs.15779 (2021)
  2. Á. Balog, V. Honti, É. Kurucz, B. Kari, L. G. Puskás, I. Andó, and G. J. Szebeni Immunoprofiling of Drosophila Hemocytes by Single-cell Mass Cytometry. GENOMICS PROTEOMICS & BIOINFORMATICS (2021)
  3. Csordás, E. Gábor, and V. Honti. There and back again: The mechanisms of differentiation and transdifferentiation in Drosophila blood cells, DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, vol. 469, pp. 135–143 (2021)
  4. Gaur, G. Fenteany, and C. Tyagi. Mode of inhibitory binding of epigallocatechin gallate to the ubiquitin-activating enzyme Uba1 via accelerated molecular dynamics. RSC ADVANCES, vol. 11, no. 14, pp. 8264–8276 (2021)
  5. Laczkó-Dobos, A. K. Maddali, A. Jipa, A. Bhattacharjee, A. G. Végh, and G. Juhász. Lipid profiles of autophagic structures isolated from wild type and Atg2 mutant Drosophila. BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY OF LIPIDS, vol. 1866, no. 3 (2021)
  6. Maár, G. Varga, B. Kovács, O. Schütz, Z. Maróti, T. Kalmár, E. Nyerki, I. Nagy, D. Latinovics, B. Tihanyi, A. Marcsik, G. Pálfi, Z. Bernert, Z. Gallina, S. Varga, L. Költő, I. Raskó, T. Török, and E. Neparáczki. Maternal Lineages from 10-11th Century Commoner Cemeteries of Carpathian Basin,GENES, 2021 Mar 23;12(3):460.
  7. Manzéger, K. Tagscherer, P. Lőrincz, H. Szaker, T. Lukácsovich, P. Pliz, R. Kméczik, G. Csikós, M. Erdélyi, M. Sass, T. Kovács, T. Vellai, and V. Billes. Condition-dependent functional shift of two Drosophila Mtmr lipid phosphatases in autophagy control. AUTOPHAGY 2021 Mar 28;1-19 (2021)
  8. Paeschke and P. Burkovics. Mgs1 function at G-quadruplex structures during DNA replication. CURRENT GENETICS 2021 Apr;67(2):225-230  (2021)
  9. Takáts, L. Lévay, A. Boda, S. Tóth, Z. Simon-Vecsei, A. Rubics, Á. Varga, M. Lippai, P. Lőrincz, G. Glatz, and G. Juhász. The Warburg Micro Syndrome- associated Rab3GAP-Rab18 module promotes autolysosome maturation through the Vps34 Complex I. FEBS JOURNAL, vol. 288, no. 1, pp. 190–211 (2021)

2020

  1. Cinege, Gyöngyi; Lerner, Zita; Magyar, Lilla B.;Soós, Bálint;Tóth, Renáta; Kristó, Ildikó;Vilmos, Péter; Juhász, Gábor; Kovács, Attila L.; Hegedűs, Zoltán et al. Cellular Immune Response Involving Multinucleated Giant Hemocytes with Two-Step Genome Amplification in the Drosophilid Zaprionus indianus JOURNAL OF INNATE IMMUNITY  12 :  3  257-272. , 16 p.  (2020)
  2. Fenteany, Gabriel; Gaur, Paras; Sharma, Gaurav; Pintér, Lajos; Kiss, Ernő;Haracska, Lajos Robust high-throughput assays to assess discrete steps in ubiquitination and related cascades BMC Molecular and Cell Biology  21 :  1  Paper: 21  (2020)
  3. Kiss, Viktória;Jipa, András ;  Varga, Kata ;  Takáts, Szabolcs ;  Maruzs, Tamás;  Lőrincz, Péter;  Simon-Vecsei, Zsófia ;  Szikora, Szilárd;  Földi, István;  Bajusz, Csaba  et al. Drosophila Atg9 regulates the actin cytoskeleton via interactions with profilin and Ena CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION  27 :  5  1677-1692. , 16 p.  (2020)
  4. Maria Ninova , Baira Godneeva , Yung-Chia Ariel Chen, Yicheng Luo, Sharan J Prakash, Ferenc Jankovics, Miklós Erdélyi, Alexei A Aravin, Katalin Fejes TóthThe SUMO Ligase Su(var)2-10 Controls Hetero- And Euchromatic Gene Expression via Establishing H3K9 Trimethylation and Negative Feedback Regulation  MOLECULAR CELL  Feb 6;77(3):571-585.e4. (2020)
  5. Szikora, Szilárd; Gajdos,Tamás;Novák, Tibor;  Farkas, Dávid;  Földi, István ; Lenart, Peter;  Erdélyi, Miklós ;Mihály, József Nanoscopy reveals the layered organization of the sarcomeric H-zone and I-band complexes JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY  219 :  1  Paper: e201907026 , 21 p.  (2020)

2019

  1. Bajusz I, Henry S, Sutus E, Kovács G, Pirity MK. Evolving Role of RING1 and YY1 Binding Protein in the Regulation of Germ-Cell-Specific Transcription. Genes (Basel).10(11).(2019)
  2. Bhattacharjee, A ; Szabo, A ; Csizmadia, T ; Laczko-Dobos, H ; Juhasz, G Understanding the importance of autophagy in human diseases using Drosophila JOURNAL OF GENETICS AND GENOMICS 46 : 4 pp. 157-169. , 13 p. (2019)
  3. Fenteany, Gabriel ; Gaur, Paras ; Hegedűs, Lili ; Dudás, Kata ; Kiss, Ernő ; Wéber, Edit ; Hackler, László ; Martinek, Tamás ; Puskás, László G. ; Haracska, Lajos. Multilevel structure–activity profiling reveals multiple green tea compound families that each modulate ubiquitin-activating enzyme and ubiquitination by a distinct mechanism SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 9 : 1 Paper: 12801 (2019)
  4. Lőrincz, Péter ; Kenéz, Lili Anna ; Tóth, Sarolta ; Kiss, Viktória ; Varga, Ágnes; Csizmadia, Tamás ; Simon-Vecsei, Zsófia ; Juhász, Gábor. Vps8 overexpression inhibits HOPS-dependent trafficking routes by outcompeting Vps41/Lt ELIFE 8 Paper: e45631 (2019)
  5. Smith, Rebecca ; Lebeaupin, Théo ; Juhasz, Szilvia ; Chapuis, Catherine ; D’Augustin, Ostiane ; Dutertre, Stéphanie ; Burkovics, Peter ; Biertuempfel, Christian ; Timinszky, Gyula ; Huet, SébastienPoly(ADP-ribose)-dependent chromatin unfolding facilitates the association of DNA-binding proteins with DNA at sites of damage Nucleic Acids Res. 47(21):11250-11267  (2019)

2018

  1. Bajusz, C ; Borkuti, P ; Kristo, I ; Kovacs, Z ; Abonyi, C ; Vilmos, P Nuclear actin: ancient clue to evolution in eukaryotes? HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY 150 : 3 pp. 235-244. , 10 p. (2018)
  2. Fajka-Boja, R ; Marton, A ; Tóth, A ; Blazsó, P ; Tubak, V ; Bálint, B ; Nagy, I ; Hegedűs, Z ; Vizler, C ; Katona, RLIncreased insulin-like growth factor 1 production by polyploid adipose stem cells promotes growth of breast cancer cells BMC CANCER 18 Paper: 872 , 12 p. (2018)
  3. Jankovics, Ferenc ; Bence, Melinda ; Sinka, Rita ; Farago, Aniko ; Bodai, Laszlo ; Pettko-Szandtner, Aladar ; Ibrahim, Karam ; Takacs, Zsanett ; Szarka-Kovacs, Alexandra Brigitta ; Erdelyi, MiklosDrosophila small ovary gene is required for transposon silencing and heterochromatin organization, and ensures germline stem cell maintenance and differentiation DEVELOPMENT 145 : 23 Paper: UNSP dev170639 , 13 p. (2018)
  4. Migh, E ; Gotz, T ; Foldi, I ; Szikora, S ; Gombos, R ; Darula, Z ; Medzihradszky, KF ; Maleth, J ; Hegyi, P ; Sigrist, S et al. Microtubule organization in presynaptic boutons relies on the formin DAAMDEVELOPMENT 145 : 6 Paper: dev158519 , 13 p. (2018)
  5. Peng, M ; Cong, K ; Panzarino, NJ ; Nayak, S ; Calvo, J ; Deng, B ; Zhu, LJ ; Morocz, M ; Hegedus, L ; Haracska, L et al. Opposing Roles of FANCJ and HLTF Protect Forks and Restrain Replication during Stress CELL REPORTS 24 : 12 pp. 3251-3261. , 11 p. (2018)

2017

  1. Vig AT, Földi I, Szikora S, Migh E, Gombos R, Tóth MÁ, Huber T, Pintér R, Talián GC, Mihály J, Bugyi B. The activities of the c-terminal regions of the formin protein disheveled-associated activator of morphogenesis (daam) in actin dynamics JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 292:(33) pp. 13566-13583. (2017)
  2. Bence M , Jankovics F , Lukacsovich T , Erdelyi M Combining the auxin-inducible degradation system with CRISPR/Cas9-basedgenome editing for the conditional depletion of endogenous Drosophila melanogaster proteins FEBS JOURNAL 284:(7) pp. 1056-1069. (2017)
  3. Cinege G , Zsamboki J , Vidal-Quadras M , Uv A , Csordas G , Honti V ,Gabor E , Hegedus Z , Varga GIB , Kovacs AL , Juhasz G , Williams MJ ,Ando I , Kurucz E Genes encoding cuticular proteins are components of the Nimrod gene cluster in Drosophila. INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 87: pp. 45-54. (2017)
  4. Gali VK , Balint E , Serbyn N , Frittmann O , Stutz F , Unk I Translesion synthesis DNA polymerase. exhibits a specific RNA extension activity and a transcription-associated function SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 7: Paper 13055. 17 p. (2017)
  5. Takacs Z , Jankovics F , Vilmos P , Lenart P , Roper K , Erdelyi M The spectraplakin short stop is an essential microtubule regulator involved in epithelial closure in Drosophila. JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE 130:(4) pp. 712-724. (2017)

2016

  1. Burkovics P , Dome L , Juhasz S , Altmannova V , Sebesta M , Pacesa M ,Fugger K , Sorensen CS , Lee MY , Haracska L , Krejci L. The PCNA-associated protein PARI negatively regulates homologousrecombination via the inhibition of DNA repair synthesis. NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH 44:(7) pp. 3176-3189. (2016)
  2. Enyedi MZ , Jaksa G , Pinter L , Sukosd F , Gyuris Z , Hajdu A ,Hatarvolgyi E , Priskin K , Haracska L Simultaneous detection of BRCA mutations and large genomic rearrangements in germline DNA and FFPE tumor samples. ONCOTARGET 7:(38) pp. 61845-61859. (2016)
  3. Fajka-Boja R , Urban VS , Szebeni GJ , Czibula A , Blasko A , Kriston-Pal E , Makra I , Hornung A, Szabo E , Uher F , Than NG , Monostori E Galectin-1 is a local but not systemic immunomodulatory factor in mesenchymal stromal cells. CYTOTHERAPY 18:(3) pp. 360-370. (2016)
  4. Kovacs G , Szabo V , Pirity MK Absence of Rybp Compromises Neural Differentiation of Embryonic Stem Cells. STEM CELLS INTERNATIONAL 2016: p. 4034620. (2016)
  5. Vilmos P , Kristó I , Szikora S , Jankovics F , Lukácsovich T , Kari B ,Erdélyi M The actin-binding ERM protein Moesin directly regulates spindle assembly and function during mitosis CELL BIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL 40:(6) pp. 696-707. (2016)

Institute of Plant Biology

2021

  1. Andrási, N.; Pettkó-Szandtner, A.; Szabados, L.: Diversity of plant heat shock factors: regulation, interactions, and functions, Journal of Experimental Botany, 72: 5, 1558-1575, https://doi.org/10.1093/jxb/eraa576 (2021)
  2. Bernula, P.; Pettkó-Szandtner, A.; Hajdu, A.; Kozma-Bognár, L.; Josse, E.-M.; Ádám, É.; Nagy, F.; Viczián, A.: SUMOylation of PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTOR 3 promotes photomorphogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana, New Phytologist, 229: 2050-2061. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.17013 (2021)
  3. Dragos, A.; Priyadarshini, B.; Hasan, Z.; Strube, M.L.; Kempen, P.J.; Maroti, G.; Kaspar, C.; Bose, B.; Burton, B.M.; Bischofs, I.B.; Kovacs, A.T.: Pervasive prophage recombination occurs during evolution of spore-forming Bacilli, ISME JOURNAL, DOI:1038/s41396-020-00854-1 (2021)
  4. Knisz, J.; Shetty, P.; Wirth, R.; Maróti, G.; Karches, T.; Dalkó, I.; Bálint, M.; Vadkerti, E.; Bíró, T.: Genome-level insights into the operation of an on-site biological wastewater treatment unit reveal the importance of storage time. Science of the Total Environment, 766: 144425. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.144425 (2021)
  5. Podmaniczki, A.; Nagy, V.; Vidal-Meireles, A.; Tóth, D.; Patai, R.; Kovács, L.; Toth, S.Z.: Ascorbate inactivates the oxygen-evolving complex in prolonged darkness. PhysiologiaPlantarum, 171: 232–245. https://doi.org/10.1111/ppl.13278 (2021)
  6. Sipka, G.; Magyar, M.; Mezzetti, A.; Akhtar, P.; Zhu, Q.; Xiao, Y.; Han, G.; Santabarbara, S.; Shen, J.-R.; Lambrev, P.H.; Garab, G.: Light-Adapted Charge-Separated State of Photosystem II: Structural and Functional Dynamics of the Closed Reaction Center, The Plant Cell, koab008, https://doi.org/10.1093/plcell/koab008 (2021)

2020

  1. Choi, S.W.; Ryu, M.Y.; Viczián, A.; Jung, H.J.; Kim, G.M.; Arce, A.L.; Achkar, N.P.; Manavella, P.; Dolde, U.; Wenkel, S.; Molnár, A.; Nagy, F.; Cho, S.K.; Yang, S.W.: Light triggers the miRNA-biogenetic inconsistency for de-etiolated seedling survivability in Arabidopsis thaliana. MOLECULAR PLANT, 13: 3, pp. 431-445. doi: 10.1016/j.molp.2019.10.011. (2020)
  2. Mergaert, P.; Kereszt, A.; Kondorosi, É.: Gene expression in nitrogen-fixing symbiotic nodule cells in Medicago truncatula and other nodulating plants. PLANT CELL, 32: 1, pp. 42-68. (2020)
  3. Őszi, E.; Papdi, C.; Mohammed, B.; Pettkó-Szandtner, A.; Vaskó-Leviczky, T.; Molnár, E.; Galvay-Ampudia, C.; Khan, S.; Lopez-Juez, E.; Horváth, B.; Bögre, L.; Magyar, Z.: E2FB interacts with RETINOBLASTOMA RELATED and regulates cell proliferation during leaf development. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 182: 1, pp. 518-533. (2020)
  4. Viczián, A.; Ádám, É.; Staudt, A.M.; Lambert, D.; Klement, É.; Romero Montepaone, S.; Hiltbrunner, A.; Casal, J.; Schafer, E.; Nagy, F.; Klose, C.: Differential phosphorylation of the N-terminal extension regulates phytochrome B signaling. NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 225: pp. 1635-1650. (2020)
  5. Vidal-Meireles, A.; Tóth, D.; Kovács, L.; Neupert, J.; Toth, S.Z.: Ascorbate deficiency does not limit non-photochemical quenching in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 182: 1, pp. 597-611. (2020)
  6. Choi, S.W.; Ryu, M.Y.; Viczián, A.; Jung, H.J.; Kim, G.M.; Arce, A.L.; Achkar, N.P.; Manavella, P.; Dolde, U.; Wenkel, S.; Molnár, A.; Nagy, F.; Cho, S.K.; Yang, S.W.: Light triggers the miRNA-biogenetic inconsistency for de-etiolated seedling survivability in Arabidopsis thaliana. MOLECULAR PLANT, 13: 3, pp. 431-445. https://doi: 10.1016/j.molp.2019.10.011. (2020)
  7. De Luxán-Hernández, C.; Lohmann, J.; Hellmeyer, W.; Seanpong, S.; Wöltje, K.; Magyar, Z.; Pettkó-Szandtner, A.; Pélissier, T.; De Jaeger, G.; Hoth, S.; Mathieu, O.; Weingartner, M.: PP7L is essential for MAIL1-mediated TE silencing and primary root growth. PLANT JOURNAL, 102: 4, pp. 703-717. https://doi.org/10.1111/tpj.14655 (2020)
  8. Jánosi, I.M.; Silhavy, D.; Tamás, J.; Csontos, P.: Bulbous perrenials precisely detect the length of winter and adjust flowering dates, NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 228: 5, pp. 1535-1547. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.16740 (2020)
  9. Martin, M.; Dragos, A.; Otto, S.B.; Schafer, D.; Brix, S.; Maróti, G.; Kovács, Á.T.: Cheaters shape the evolution of phenotypic heterogeneity in Bacillus subtilis biofilms, ISME JOURNAL, 14(9): 2302-2312. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41396-020-0685-4 (2020)
  10. Mergaert, P.; Kereszt, A.; Kondorosi, É.: Gene expression in nitrogen-fixing symbiotic nodule cells in Medicago truncatula and other nodulating plants. THE PLANT CELL, 32: 1, pp. 42-68. https://doi.org/10.1105/tpc.19.00494 (2020)
  11. Őszi, E.; Papdi, C.; Mohammed, B.; Pettkó-Szandtner, A.; Vaskó-Leviczky, T.; Molnár, E.; Galvay-Ampudia, C.; Khan, S.; Lopez-Juez, E.; Horváth, B.; Bögre, L.; Magyar, Z.: E2FB interacts with RETINOBLASTOMA RELATED and regulates cell proliferation during leaf development. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 182: 1, pp. 518-533. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.19.00212 (2020)
  12. Sós‐Hegedűs, A.; Domonkos, Á.; Tóth, T.; Gyula, P.; Kaló, P.; Szittya, G.: Suppression of NB‐LRR Genes by miRNAs Promotes Nitrogen‐fixing Nodule Development in Medicago truncatula, Plant Cell and Environment, 43: 5, pp. 1117-1129. https://doi.org/10.1111/pce.13698 (2020)
  13. Viczián, A.; Ádám, É.; Staudt, A.M.; Lambert, D.; Klement, É.; Romero Montepaone, S.; Hiltbrunner, A.; Casal, J.; Schafer, E.; Nagy, F.; Klose, C.: Differential phosphorylation of the N-terminal extension regulates phytochrome B signaling. NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 225: pp. 1635-1650. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.16243 (2020)
  14. Vidal-Meireles, A.; Tóth, D.; Kovács, L.; Neupert, J.; Toth, S.Z.: Ascorbate deficiency does not limit non-photochemical quenching in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 182: 1, pp. 597-611. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.19.00916 (2020)
  15. Walton, J.H.; Kontra-Kovats, G.; Green, R.T.; Domonkos,

2019

  1. Andrási, N.; Rigó, G.; Zsigmond, L.; Pérez-Salamó, I.; Papdi, C.; Klement, E.; Baba, A.I.; Ayaydin, F.; Dasari, R.; Cséplő, Á.; Szabados, L.: The MPK4-phosphorylated Heat Shock Factor A4A regulates responses to combined salt and heat stresses. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY, 70: 18, pp. 4903-4918. (2019)
  2. Liu, C.W.; Breakspear, A.; Stacey, N.; Findlay, K.; Nakashima, J.; Ramakrishnan, K.; Liu, M.; Xie, F.; Endre, G.; de Carvalho-Niebel, F.; Oldroyd, G.E.D.; Udvardi, M.K.; Fournier, J.; Murray, J.D.: A protein complex required for polar growth of rhizobial infection threads. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 10: 1, pp. 2848, doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-10029-y. (2019
  3. Tóth, S.Z.; Yacoby, I.: Paradigm shift in algal H2 production: Bypassing competitive processes. TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY, 37: 11, pp. 1159-1163. (2019)
  4. Ughy, B.; Schmidthoffer, I.; Szilak, L: Heparan sulfate proteoglycan (HSPG) can take part in cell division: inside and outside. CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES, 76: 5, pp. 865-871. (2019)
  5. Vanhaelewyn, L.; Viczián, A.; Prinsen, E.; Bernula, P.; Serrano, A.M.; Arana, M.V.; Ballaré, C.L.; Nagy, F.; Van Der Straeten, D.; Vandenbussche, F.: Differential UVR8 signal across the stem controls UV-B-induced inflorescence phototropism. PLANT CELL, 31: 9, pp. 2070-2088. (2019)

2018

  1. Dragoš, A.; Martin, M.; Garcia, C.F.; Kricks, L.; Pausch, P.; Heimerl, T.; Bálint, B.; Maróti, G.; Bange, G.; López, D.; Lieleg, O.; Kovács, Á.T.: Collapse of genetic division of labour and evolution of autonomy in pellicle biofilms. NATURE MICROBIOLOGY, 3: 12, pp. 1451-1460. (2018)
  2. Hajdu, A.; Dobos, O.; Domijan, M.; Bálint, B.; Nagy, I.; Nagy, F.; Kozma-Bognár, L.: ELONGATED HYPOCOTYL 5 mediates blue light signaling to the Arabidopsis circadian clock. PLANT JOURNAL, 96: 6, pp. 1242-1254. (2018)
  3. Magyar, M.; Sipka, G.; Kovacs, L.; Ughy, B.; Zhu, Q.; Han, G.; Spunda, V.; Lambrev, P.H.; Shen, J.-R.; Garab, G.: Rate-limiting steps in the dark-to-light transition of Photosystem II – revealed by chlorophyll-a fluorescence induction. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 8: 1, pp. 2755. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-21195-2(2018)
  4. Natan, E.; Endoh, T.; Haim-Vilmovsky, L.; Flock, T.; Chalancon, G.; Hopper, J.T.S.; Kintses, B.; Horváth, P.; Daruka, L.; Fekete, G.; Pál, C.; Papp, B.; Oszi, E.; Magyar, Z.; , Marsh, J.A.; Elcock, A.H.; Babu, M.M.; Robinson, C.V.; Sugimoto, N.; Teichmann, S.A.: Cotranslational protein assembly imposes evolutionary constraints on homomeric proteins. NATURE STRUCTURAL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, 25: 3, pp. 279-288. (2018)
  5. Tóth, S.Z.; Lőrincz, T.; Szarka, A. : Concentration does matter: The beneficial and potentially harmful effects of ascorbate in humans and plants, ANTIOXIDANTS & REDOX SIGNALING, 29: 15, pp. 1516-1533. (2018)

2017

  1. Bersanini, L.; Allahverdiyeva, Y.; Battchikova, N.; Heinz, S.; Lespinasse, M.; Ruohisto, E.; Mustila, H.; Nickelsen, J.; Vass, I.; Aro, E.-M.: Dissection the photoprotective mechanism encoded by the flv4-2 operon: a distinct contribution of sll0218 in photosystem II stabilization, PLANT CELL & ENVIRONMENT, 40: 3, pp. 378-389. (2017)
  2. Eyal, B.L.; Choubeh, R.R.; Cohen, E.; Eisenberg, I.; Tamburu, C.; Dorogi, M.; Ünnep, R.; Appavouh, M.-S.; Nevoi, R.; Ravive, U.; Reichi, Z.; Garab, G.; van Amerongen, H.; Paltiel, Y.; Kerena, N.: Changes in aggregation states of light-harvesting complexes as a mechanism for modulating energy transfer in desert crust cyanobacteria, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 114: 35, pp. 9481-9486. (2017)
  3. Horvath, B.M.; Kourova, H.; Nagy, S.; Nemeth, E.; Magyar, Z.; Papdi, C.;(16, Pettkó-Szandtner A): Arabidopsis RETINOBLASTOMA RELATED directly regulates DNA damage responses through functions beyond cell cycle control. EMBO JOURNAL, 36: 9, pp.1261-1278. (2017)
  4. Nyikó, T.; Auber, A.; Szabadkai, L.; Benkovics, A.; Auth, M.; Mérai, Z.; Kerényi, Z.; Dinnyés, A.; Nagy, F.; Silhavy, D.: Expression of the eRF1 translation termination factor is controlled by an autoregulatory circuit involving readthrough and nonsense-mediated decay in plants. NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH, 45: 7, pp. 4174-4188. (2017)
  5. Vidal-Meireles, A.; Neupert, J.; Zsigmond, L.; Rosado-Souza, L.; Kovács, L.; Nagy, V.;(10, Galambos A, Tóth, S.Z.: Regulation of ascorbate biosynthesis in green algae has evolved to enable rapid stress-induced response via the VTC2 gene encoding GDP-L-galactose phosphorylase. NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 214: 2, pp. 668-681 (2017)

2016

  1. Dudits, D.; Török, K.; Cseri, A.; Paul, K.; Nagy, A.V.; Nagy, B.; Sass, L.; Ferenc, G.; Vankova, R.; Dobrev, P.; Vass, I.; Ayaydin; F.: Response of organ structure and physiology to autotetraploidization in early development of energy willow Salix viminalis L. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 170: 3, pp. 1504-1523. (2016)
  2. Herdean, A.; Teardo, E.; Nilsson, A.K.; Pfeil, B.E.; Johansson, O.N.; Ünnep, R.; Nagy, G.; Zsiros, O.; Dana, S.; Solymosi, K.; Garab, G.; Szabó, I.; Spetea, C.; Lundin, B.: A voltage-dependent chloride channel fine-tunes photosynthesis in plants. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 7: pp. 11654. doi: 10.1038/ncomms11654. (2016)
  3. Kirchenbauer, D.; Viczián, A.;, Ádám, É.;, Hegedűs, Z.; Klose, C.; Leppert, M.; Hiltbrunner, A.; Kircher, S.; Schaefer, E.; Nagy, F.: Characterization of photomorphogenic responses and signaling cascades controlled by phytochrome-A expressed in different tissues. NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 211: 2, pp. 584-598. (2016)
  4. Nielsen, J.T.; Kulminskaya, N.V.; Bjerring, M.; Linnanto, J.M.; Rätsep, M.; Pedersen, M.Ø.; Lambrev, P.H.; Dorogi, M.; Garab, G.; Thomsen, K.; Jegerschöld, C.; Frigaard, N.-U.; Lindhal, M.; Nielsen, N. Chr.: In situ high-resolution structure of the baseplate antenna complex in Chlorobaculum tepidum. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 7: pp. 12454. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms12454 (2016)

Rehman, A.U.; Szabó, M.; Deák, Z.; Sass, L.; Larkum, A.; Ralph, P.; Vass, I.: Symbiodinium sp. cells produce light induced intra- and extra-cellular singlet oxygen, which mediates photodamage of the photosynthetic apparatus and has the potential to interact with the animal host in coral symbiosis. NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 212: 2, pp. 472-484. (2016)