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Sebastián Chávez
Sebastián Chávez
Universidad de Sevilla. Instituto de Biomedicina de Sevilla.
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A protein complex containing Tho2, Hpr1, Mft1 and a novel protein, Thp2, connects transcription elongation with mitotic recombination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
S Chávez, T Beilharz, AG Rondón, H Erdjument-Bromage, P Tempst, ...
The EMBO journal 19 (21), 5824-5834, 2000
3622000
Transcriptional regulation by steroid hormones
M Beato, S Chávez, M Truss
Steroids 61 (4), 240-251, 1996
3511996
Gene expression is circular: factors for mRNA degradation also foster mRNA synthesis
G Haimovich, DA Medina, SZ Causse, M Garber, G Millán-Zambrano, ...
Cell 153 (5), 1000-1011, 2013
3232013
The yeast HPR1 gene has a functional role in transcriptional elongation that uncovers a novel source of genome instability
S Chávez, A Aguilera
Genes & development 11 (24), 3459-3470, 1997
2281997
Flow focusing: a versatile technology to produce size‐controlled and specific‐morphology microparticles
L Martín‐Banderas, M Flores‐Mosquera, P Riesco‐Chueca, ...
Small 1 (7), 688-692, 2005
2252005
Control of Transcription by Steroid Hormonesa
M Beato, M Truss, S Chavez
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 784 (1), 93-123, 1996
2041996
Protein interactions within the Set1 complex and their roles in the regulation of histone 3 lysine 4 methylation
PM Dehé, B Dichtl, D Schaft, A Roguev, M Pamblanco, R Lebrun, ...
Journal of biological chemistry 281 (46), 35404-35412, 2006
1692006
A complete set of nascent transcription rates for yeast genes
V Pelechano, S Chavez, JE Perez-Ortin
PloS one 5 (11), e15442, 2010
1622010
Eukaryotic mRNA decay: methodologies, pathways, and links to other stages of gene expression
JE Pérez-Ortín, P Alepuz, S Chávez, M Choder
Journal of molecular biology 425 (20), 3750-3775, 2013
1572013
Hpr1 Is Preferentially Required for Transcription of Either Long or G+C-Rich DNA Sequences in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
S Chávez, M Garcı́a-Rubio, F Prado, A Aguilera
Molecular and cellular biology 21 (20), 7054-7064, 2001
1422001
Recruitment of a chromatin remodelling complex by the Hog1 MAP kinase to stress genes
G Mas, E De Nadal, R Dechant, MLR De La Concepción, C Logie, ...
The EMBO journal 28 (4), 326-336, 2009
1312009
Sus1 is recruited to coding regions and functions during transcription elongation in association with SAGA and TREX2
P Pascual-García, CK Govind, E Queralt, B Cuenca-Bono, A Llopis, ...
Genes & development 22 (20), 2811-2822, 2008
1222008
Mitotic recombination in yeast: elements controlling its incidence
A Aguilera, S Chávez, F Malagón
Yeast 16 (8), 731-754, 2000
1002000
Chromatin reassembly factors are involved in transcriptional interference promoting HIV latency
E Gallastegui, G Millán-Zambrano, JM Terme, S Chávez, A Jordan
Journal of virology 85 (7), 3187-3202, 2011
952011
Towards high‐throughput production of uniformly encoded microparticles
L Martín‐Banderas, A Rodríguez‐Gil, Á Cebolla, S Chávez, ...
Advanced Materials 18 (5), 559-564, 2006
932006
Nucleosome-mediated synergism between transcription factors on the mouse mammary tumor virus promoter
S Chávez, M Beato
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (7), 2885-2890, 1997
921997
Genome-wide analysis of factors affecting transcription elongation and DNA repair: a new role for PAF and Ccr4-not in transcription-coupled repair
H Gaillard, C Tous, J Botet, C González-Aguilera, MJ Quintero, ...
PLoS genetics 5 (2), e1000364, 2009
912009
Regulon-specific control of transcription elongation across the yeast genome
V Pelechano, S Jimeno-Gonzalez, A Rodríguez-Gil, J Garcia-Martinez, ...
PLoS genetics 5 (8), e1000614, 2009
782009
Nuclear functions of prefoldin
G Millán-Zambrano, S Chávez
Open biology 4 (7), 140085, 2014
732014
FACT prevents the accumulation of free histones evicted from transcribed chromatin and a subsequent cell cycle delay in G1
M Morillo-Huesca, D Maya, MC Muńoz-Centeno, RK Singh, V Oreal, ...
PLoS genetics 6 (5), e1000964, 2010
712010
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