Robert Arkowitz
     
  Team : Arkowitz Robert
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Awards

2001 FRM-BNP Award

2001 Embo YIP

2000 ATIP CNRS

Publications

Role of Arf GTPases in fungal morphogenesis and virulence. - 2017 - PLoS pathogens - 13 Pe1006205
Labbaoui H, Bogliolo S, Ghugtyal V, Solis NV, Filler SG, Arkowitz RA, and Bassilana,M

In Situ Assays of Chemotropism During Yeast Mating. - 2016 - Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.) - 1407 P1-12
Stone DE, and Arkowitz,RA

Gβ promotes pheromone receptor polarization and yeast chemotropism by inhibiting receptor phosphorylation. - 2016 - Science signaling - 9 Pra38
Ismael A, Tian W, Waszczak N, Wang X, Cao Y, Suchkov D, Bar E, Metodiev MV, Liang J, Arkowitz RA, and Stone,DE

MOZART1 and ?-tubulin complex receptors are both required to turn ?-TuSC into an active microtubule nucleation template. - 2016 - The Journal of cell biology - 215 P823-840
Lin TC, Neuner A, Flemming D, Liu P, Chinen T, Jäkle U, Arkowitz R, and Schiebel,E

Régulation of hyphal morphogenesisby Ras and Rho small GTPases - 2015 - Fungal Biology Reviews - 29 P7-19
Arkowitz RA, and Bassilana,M

Phosphatidylinositol-4-phosphate-dependent membrane traffic is critical for fungal filamentous growth. - 2015 - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Ghugtyal V, Garcia-Rodas R, Seminara A, Schaub S, Bassilana M, and Arkowitz,RA

Rho GTPase-phosphatidylinositol phosphate interplay in fungal cell polarity. - 2014 - Biochem Soc Trans - 42 P206-11
Arkowitz RA, and Bassilana,M

Cell polarization in budding and fission yeasts. - 2013 - FEMS Microbiol Rev
Martin SG, and Arkowitz,RA

Activation of the Cph1-dependent MAP kinase signaling pathway induces white-opaque switching in Candida albicans. - 2013 - PLoS Pathog - 9 Pe1003696
Ram B, í­rez-Zavala M, Weyler T, Gildor C, Schmauch D, Kornitzer R, Arkowitz J, and Morschhäuser,

Cell polarity: wanderful exploration in yeast sex. - 2013 - Curr Biol - 23 PR10-2
Arkowitz,RA

Spatiotemporal regulation of Rho1 and Cdc42 activity during Candida albicans filamentous growth. - 2013 - Mol Microbiol - 89 P626-48
Corvest V, Bogliolo S, Follette P, Arkowitz RA, and Bassilana,M

Phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate is required for invasive growth in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. - 2013 - J Cell Sci - 126 P3602-14
Guillas I, Vernay A, Vitagliano JJ, and Arkowitz,RA

Phosphorylation of Gβ is crucial for efficient chemotropism in yeast. - 2013 - Journal of cell science - 126 P2997-3009
Deflorio R, Brett ME, Waszczak N, Apollinari E, Metodiev MV, Dubrovskyi O, Eddington D, Arkowitz RA, and Stone,DE

A steep phosphoinositide bis-phosphate gradient forms during fungal filamentous growth. - 2012 - J Cell Biol - 198 P711-30
Vernay A, Schaub S, Guillas I, Bassilana M, and Arkowitz,RA

Morphogenesis in Candida albicans: how to stay focused - 2012 - Topics in Current Genetics - Springer Berlin P133-62
Bassilana M, and Follette,P

Polarized growth and movement: how to generate new shapes and structures. - 2011 - Semin Cell Dev Biol - 22 P789
Arkowitz,RA

Polarized growth in fungi: symmetry breaking and hyphal formation. - 2011 - Semin Cell Dev Biol - 22 P806-15
Arkowitz RA, and Bassilana,M

Roles of Ras1 membrane localization during Candida albicans hyphal growth and farnesol response. - 2011 - Eukaryot Cell - 10 P1473-84
Piispanen AE, Bonnefoi O, Carden S, Deveau A, Bassilana M, and Hogan,DA

Rac1 dynamics in the human opportunistic fungal pathogen Candida albicans. - 2010 - PLoS One - 5 Pe15400
Vauchelles R, Stalder D, Botton T, Arkowitz RA, and Bassilana,M

Polarization of the yeast pheromone receptor requires its internalization but not actin-dependent secretion. - 2010 - Mol Biol Cell - 21 P1737-52
Suchkov DV, DeFlorio R, Draper E, Ismael A, Sukumar M, Arkowitz R, and Stone,DE

The Candida albicans ELMO homologue functions together with Rac1 and Dck1, upstream of the MAP Kinase Cek1, in invasive filamentous growth. - 2010 - Mol Microbiol - 76 P1572-90
Hope H, Schmauch C, Arkowitz RA, and Bassilana,M

Chemical gradients and chemotropism in yeast. - 2009 - Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol - 1 Pa001958
Arkowitz,RA

Chemotropism during yeast mating. - 2009 - Methods Mol Biol - 571 P99-110
Follette PJ, and Arkowitz,RA

Activation of Rac1 by the Guanine Nucleotide Exchange Factor Dck1 Is Required for Invasive Filamentous Growth in the Pathogen Candida albicans. - 2008 - Mol Biol Cell - 19 P3638-51
Hope H, Bogliolo S, Arkowitz RA, and Bassilana,M

Oligomerization regulates the localization of Cdc24, the Cdc42 activator in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. - 2008 - J Biol Chem - 283 P17515-30
Mionnet C, Bogliolo S, and Arkowitz,RA

Basic principles of polarity establishment and maintenance. Conference on Mechanisms of Cell Polarity. - 2008 - EMBO Rep - 9 P847-52
Arkowitz RA, and Iglesias,PA

Rac1 and Cdc42 have different roles in Candida albicans development. - 2006 - Eukaryotic Cell - 5 P321-9
Bassilana M,, and Arkowitz,RA

Cdc42p GDP/GTP cycling is necessary for efficient cell fusion during yeast mating. - 2006 - Molecular Biology of the Cell - 17 P2824-38
Barale S,, McCusker D,, and Arkowitz,RA

Regulation of the Cdc42/Cdc24 GTPase module during Candida albicans hyphal growth. - 2005 - Eukaryotic Cell - 4 P588-603
Bassilana M,, Hopkins J,, and Arkowitz,RA

Arabidopsis formin AtFH6 is a plasma membrane-associated protein upregulated in giant cells induced by parasitic nematodes. - 2004 - Plant Cell - 16 P2529-40
Favery B,, Chelysheva LA,, Lebris M., Jammes F., , Marmagne A, De Almeida-Engler J,, Lecomte P,, Vaury C,, Arkowitz RA,, and Abad,P

The exchange factor Cdc24 is required for cell fusion during yeast mating - 2004 - Eukaryotic Cell - 3 P1049-1061
Barale , McCusker , and Arkowitz,A

Cdc24, the GDP-GTP exchange factor for Cdc42, is required for invasive hyphal growth of Candida albicans. - 2003 - Eukaryotic Cell - 2 P9-18
Bassilana M,, Blyth J,, and Arkowitz,RA

The exchange factor Cdc24 is required for cell fusion during yeast mating. - 2003 - Eukaryotic Cell - 3 P1049-61
Barale S,, McCusker D,, and Arkowitz,RA

Cell polarity: connecting to the cortex. - 2001 - Curr Biol - 11 PR610-2
Arkowitz,RA

G proteins mediate changes in cell shape by stabilizing the axis of polarity. - 2000 - Mol Cell - 5 P853-64
Nern A, and Arkowitz, RA

Nucleocytoplasmic shuttling of the Cdc42p exchange factor Cdc24p. - 2000 - J Cell Biol - 148 P1115-22
Nern A, and Arkowitz, RA

A Cdc24p-Far1p-Gbetagamma protein complex required for yeast orientation during mating. - 1999 - J Cell Biol - 144 P1187-202
Nern A, and Arkowitz, RA

Responding to attraction: chemotaxis and chemotropism in Dictyostelium and yeast. - 1999 - Trends Cell Biol - 9 P20-7
Arkowitz,RA

A GTP-exchange factor required for cell orientation. - 1998 - Nature - 391 P195-8
Nern A, and Arkowitz, RA

A small conserved domain in the yeast Spa2p is necessary and sufficient for its polarized localization. - 1997 - J Cell Biol - 138 P17-36
Arkowitz RA, and Lowe, N

Protein translocation in Escherichia coli. - 1994 - Biochim Biophys Acta - 1197 P311-43
Arkowitz RA, and Bassilana, M

clostridial proline reductase. - 1994 - Arch Biochem Biophys - 311 P457-9
Arkowitz RA, Dhe-Paganon S, and Abeles, RH

SecD and SecF are required for the proton electrochemical gradient stimulation of preprotein translocation. - 1994 - EMBO J - 13 P954-63
Arkowitz RA, and Wickner, W

Translocation can drive the unfolding of a preprotein domain. - 1993 - EMBO J - 12 P243-53
Arkowitz RA, Joly JC, and Wickner, W

The role of the mature domain of proOmpA in the translocation ATPase reaction. - 1992 - J Biol Chem - 267 P25246-50
Bassilana M, Arkowitz RA, and Wickner, W

me intermediate. - 1991 - Biochemistry - 30 P4090-7
Arkowitz RA, and Abeles, RH

Effect of cadmium ions on dioxygen affinity and polyphosphate activity of human red blood cells. - 1988 - Blut - 56 P185-90
Arkowitz R, and Gersonde, K

Decomposition of hydroxylamine by hemoglobin. - 1987 - Arch Biochem Biophys - 259 P520-6
Bazylinski DA, Arkowitz RA, and Hollocher, TC

 

 

 
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