Fabienne Lampert

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The long bones of vertebrate limbs originate from cartilage templates and are formed by the process of endochondral ossification. This process requires that chondrocytes undergo a progressive maturation from proliferating to postmitotic prehypertrophic to mature, hypertrophic chondrocytes. Coordinated control of proliferation and maturation regulates growth(More)
To maintain genome integrity and epigenetic information, mammalian cells must carefully coordinate the supply and deposition of histones during DNA replication. Here we report that the CUL4 E3 ubiquitin ligase complex CRL4(WDR23) directly regulates the stem-loop binding protein (SLBP), which orchestrates the life cycle of histone transcripts including their(More)
Tight regulation of the MAP kinase Hog1 is crucial for survival under changing osmotic conditions. Interestingly, we found that Hog1 phosphorylates multiple upstream components, implying feedback regulation within the signaling cascade. Taking advantage of an unexpected link between glucose availability and Hog1 activity, we used quantitative single cell(More)
The mitotic spindle drives chromosome movement during mitosis and attaches to chromosomes at dedicated genomic loci named centromeres. Centromeres are epigenetically specified by their histone composition, namely the presence of the histone H3 variant CENP-A, which is regulated during the cell cycle by its dynamic expression and localization. Here, we(More)
Histones are evolutionarily conserved proteins that together with DNA constitute eukaryotic chromatin in a defined stoichiometry. Core histones are dynamic scaffolding proteins that undergo a myriad of post-translational modifications, which selectively engage chromosome condensation, replication, transcription and DNA damage repair. Cullin4-RING ubiquitin(More)
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