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    1. Lopez, S; Livingstone-Zatchej, M; Jourdain, S; Thoma, F; Sentenac, A; Marsolier, MC
      High-mobility-group proteins NHP6A and NHP6B participate in activation of the RNA polymerase IIISNR6 gene

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    2. Suter, B; Schnappauf, G; Thoma, F
      Poly(dA center dot dT) sequences exist as rigid DNA structures in nucleosome-free yeast promoters in vivo

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    3. Suter, B; Wellinger, RE; Thoma, F
      DNA repair in a yeast origin of replication: contributions of photolyase and nucleotide excision repair

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    4. Li, SS; Livingstone-Zatchej, M; Gupta, R; Meijer, M; Thoma, F; Smerdon, MJ
      Nucleotide excision repair in a constitutive and inducible gene of a yeastminichromosome in intact cells

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    5. Thoma, F
      Light and dark in chromatin repair: repair of UV-induced DNA lesions by photolyase and nucleotide excision repair

      EMBO JOURNAL
    6. Aboussekhra, A; Thoma, F
      TATA-binding protein promotes the selective formation of UV-induced (6-4)-photoproducts and modulates DNA repair in the TATA box

      EMBO JOURNAL
    7. Suter, B; Livingstone-Zatchej, M; Thoma, F
      Mapping cyclobutane-pyrimidine dimers in DNA and using DNA-repair by photolyase for chromatin analysis in yeast

      CHROMATIN
    8. Gimkiewicz, C; Hagedorn, D; Jahns, J; Kley, EB; Thoma, F
      Fabrication of microprisms for planar optical interconnections by use of analog gray-scale lithography with high-energy-beam-sensitive glass

      APPLIED OPTICS
    9. Livingstone-Zatchej, M; Suter, B; Thoma, F
      Photolyase - A molecular tool to characterize chromatin structure in yeast

      CHROMATIN PROTOCOLS
    10. Livingstone-Zatchej, M; Thoma, F
      Mapping of nucleosome positions in yeast

      CHROMATIN PROTOCOLS
    11. ABOUSSEKHRA A; THOMA F
      NUCLEOTIDE EXCISION-REPAIR AND PHOTOLYASE PREFERENTIALLY REPAIR THE NONTRANSCRIBED STRAND OF RNA-POLYMERASE III-TRANSCRIBED GENES IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Genes & development
    12. SCHIEFERSTEIN U; THOMA F
      SITE-SPECIFIC REPAIR OF CYCLOBUTANE PYRIMIDINE DIMERS IN A POSITIONEDNUCLEOSOME BY PHOTOLYASE AND T4 ENDONUCLEASE-V IN-VITRO

      EMBO journal
    13. WEISSER M; THOMA F; MENGES B; LANGBEIN U; MITTLERNEHER S
      FLUORESCENCE IN ION-EXCHANGED BK7 GLASS SLAB WAVE-GUIDES AND ITS USE FOR SCATTERING FREE LOSS MEASUREMENTS

      Optics communications
    14. LIVINGSTONEZATCHEJ M; MEIER A; SUTER B; THOMA F
      RNA-POLYMERASE-II TRANSCRIPTION INHIBITS DNA-REPAIR BY PHOTOLYASE IN THE TRANSCRIBED STRAND OF ACTIVE YEAST GENES

      Nucleic acids research
    15. SUTER B; LIVINGSTONEZATCHEJ M; THOMA F
      CHROMATIN STRUCTURE MODULATES DNA-REPAIR BY PHOTOLYASE IN-VIVO

      EMBO journal
    16. WELLINGER RE; THOMA F
      NUCLEOSOME STRUCTURE AND POSITIONING MODULATE NUCLEOTIDE EXCISION-REPAIR IN THE NONTRANSCRIBED STRAND OF AN ACTIVE GENE

      EMBO journal
    17. THOMA F; LANGBEIN U; MITTLERNEHER S
      WAVE-GUIDE SCATTERING MICROSCOPY

      Optics communications
    18. WELLINGER RE; THOMA F
      TAQ DNA-POLYMERASE BLOCKAGE AT PYRIMIDINE DIMERS

      Nucleic acids research
    19. CAVALLI G; BACHMANN D; THOMA F
      INACTIVATION OF TOPOISOMERASES AFFECTS TRANSCRIPTION-DEPENDENT CHROMATIN TRANSITIONS IN RDNA BUT NOT IN A GENE TRANSCRIBED BY RNA-POLYMERASE-II

      EMBO journal
    20. TANAKA S; LIVINGSTONEZATCHEJ M; THOMA F
      CHROMATIN STRUCTURE OF THE YEAST URA3 GENE AT HIGH-RESOLUTION PROVIDES INSIGHT INTO STRUCTURE AND POSITIONING OF NUCLEOSOMES IN THE CHROMOSOMAL CONTEXT

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    21. SCHIEFERSTEIN U; THOMA F
      MODULATION OF CYCLOBUTANE PYRIMIDINE DIMER FORMATION IN A POSITIONED NUCLEOSOME CONTAINING POLY(DA-CENTER-DOT-DT) TRACTS

      Biochemistry
    22. MARSOLIER MC; TANAKA S; LIVINGSTONEZATCHEJ M; GRUNSTEIN M; THOMA F; SENTENAC A
      RECIPROCAL INTERFERENCES BETWEEN NUCLEOSOMAL ORGANIZATION AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY OF THE YEAST SNR6 GENE

      Genes & development
    23. MARSOLIER MC; TANAKA S; LIVINGSTONEZATCHEI M; GRUNSTEIN M; THOMA F; SENTENAC A
      THE ANTIREPRESSION ROLE OF GENERAL CLASS-III TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    24. SIMOEN E; DIERICKX B; DECANNE B; THOMA F; CLAEYS C
      ON THE GATE-VOLTAGE AND DRAIN-VOLTAGE DEPENDENCE OF THE RTS AMPLITUDEIN SUBMICRON MOSTS

      Applied physics. A, Solids and surfaces
    25. TANAKA S; HALTER D; LIVINGSTONEZATCHEJ M; RESZEL B; THOMA F
      TRANSCRIPTION THROUGH THE YEAST ORIGIN OF REPLICATION ARS1 ENDS AT THE ABFI BINDING-SITE AND AFFECTS EXTRACHROMOSOMAL MAINTENANCE OF MINICHROMOSOMES

      Nucleic acids research
    26. LINDER C; THOMA F
      HISTONE H1 EXPRESSED IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE BINDS TO CHROMATIN AND AFFECTS SURVIVAL, GROWTH, TRANSCRIPTION, AND PLASMID STABILITY BUT DOES NOT CHANGE NUCLEOSOMAL SPACING

      Molecular and cellular biology
    27. CAVALLI G; THOMA F
      CHROMATIN TRANSITIONS DURING ACTIVATION AND REPRESSION OF GALACTOSE-REGULATED GENES IN YEAST

      EMBO journal


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