Nicholas S. Foulkes
Nicholas S. Foulkes
Professor Cell Biology, KIT
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CREM gene: use of alternative DNA-binding domains generates multiple antagonists of cAMP-induced transcription
NS Foulkes, E Borrelli, P Sassone-Corsi
Cell 64 (4), 739-749, 1991
Inducibility and negative autoregulation of CREM: an alternative promoter directs the expression of ICER, an early response repressor
CA Molina, NS Foulkes, E Lalli, P Sassone-Corsi
Cell 75 (5), 875-886, 1993
Spermiogenesis deficiency and germ-cell apoptosis in CREM-mutant mice
F Nantel, L Monaco, NS Foulkes, D Masquilier, M LeMeur, K Henriksén, ...
Nature 380, 159-162, 1996
Developmental switch of CREM function during spermatogenesis: from antagonist to activator
NS Foulkes, B Mellström, E Benusiglio, P Sassone-Corsi
Nature 355 (6355), 80-84, 1992
Adrenergic signals direct rhythmic expression of transcriptional represser CREM in the pineal gland
JH Stehle, NS Foulkes, CA Molina, V Simonneaux, P Pévet, ...
Nature 365 (6444), 314-320, 1993
Light acts directly on organs and cells in culture to set the vertebrate circadian clock
D Whitmore, NS Foulkes, P Sassone-Corsi
Nature 404 (6773), 87-91, 2000
Zebrafish Clock rhythmic expression reveals independent peripheral circadian oscillators
D Whitmore, NS Foulkes, U Strähle, P Sassone-Corsi
Nature neuroscience 1 (8), 701-707, 1998
More is better: activators and repressors from the same gene
NS Foulkes, P Sassone-Corsi
Cell 68 (3), 411-414, 1992
Pituitary hormone FSH directs the CREM functional switch during spermatogenesis
NS Foulkes, F Schlotter, P Pévet, P Sassone-Corsi
Nature 362 (6417), 264-267, 1993
Diverse point mutations in the human glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase gene cause enzyme deficiency and mild or severe hemolytic anemia.
TJ Vulliamy, M D'urso, G Battistuzzi, M Estrada, NS Foulkes, G Martini, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (14), 5171-5175, 1988
The functional versatility of CREM is determined by its modular structure.
BM Laoide, NS Foulkes, F Schlotter, P Sassone‐Corsi
The EMBO Journal 12 (3), 1179-1191, 1993
Cell cycle regulation of cyclin A gene expression by the cyclic AMP-responsive transcription factors CREB and CREM
C Desdouets, G Matesic, CA Molina, NS Foulkes, P Sassone-Corsi, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 15 (6), 3301-3309, 1995
It’s time to swim! Zebrafish and the circadian clock
G Vatine, D Vallone, Y Gothilf, NS Foulkes
FEBS letters 585 (10), 1485-1494, 2011
Rhythmic transcription: the molecular basis of circadian melatonin synthesis
NS Foulkes, D Whitmore, P Sassone‐Corsi
Biology of the Cell 89 (8), 487-494, 1997
A blind circadian clock in cavefish reveals that opsins mediate peripheral clock photoreception
N Cavallari, E Frigato, D Vallone, N Fröhlich, JF Lopez-Olmeda, A Foa, ...
PLoS biology 9 (9), e1001142, 2011
Signal transduction and gene control: the cAMP pathway
E Borrelli, JP Montmayeur, NS Foulkes, P Sassone-Corsi
Critical reviews in oncogenesis 3 (4), 321-338, 1992
A potent inhibitor of Taq polymerase copurifies with human genomic DNA.
R De Franchis, NC Cross, NS Foulkes, TM Cox
Nucleic acids research 16 (21), 10355, 1988
Light regulates the cell cycle in zebrafish
MPS Dekens, C Santoriello, D Vallone, G Grassi, D Whitmore, NS Foulkes
Current Biology 13 (23), 2051-2057, 2003
Alternative usage of initiation codons in mRNA encoding the cAMP-responsive-element modulator generates regulators with opposite functions.
V Delmas, BM Laoide, D Masquilier, RP de Groot, NS Foulkes, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89 (10), 4226-4230, 1992
Temperature regulates transcription in the zebrafish circadian clock
K Lahiri, D Vallone, SB Gondi, C Santoriello, T Dickmeis, NS Foulkes
PLoS biology 3 (11), e351, 2005
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