Kutter Group - Key publications

Key publications from the Kutter research group.

Publications

CCT3-LINC00326 axis regulates hepatocarcinogenic lipid metabolism.
Søndergaard JN, Sommerauer C, Atanasoai I, Hinte LC, Geng K, Guiducci G, Bräutigam L, Aouadi M, Stojic L, Barragan I, Kutter C
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Cell type-specific analysis by single-cell profiling identifies a stable mammalian tRNA-mRNA interface and increased translation efficiency in neurons.
Gao W, Gallardo-Dodd CJ, Kutter C
Genome Res 2022 Jan;32(1):97-110

Genome Size Reduction and Transposon Activity Impact tRNA Gene Diversity While Ensuring Translational Stability in Birds.
Ottenburghs J, Geng K, Suh A, Kutter C
Genome Biol Evol 2021 Apr;13(4):

Successful delivery of large-size CRISPR/Cas9 vectors in hard-to-transfect human cells using small plasmids.
Søndergaard JN, Geng K, Sommerauer C, Atanasoai I, Yin X, Kutter C
Commun Biol 2020 06;3(1):319

The emergence of piRNAs against transposon invasion to preserve mammalian genome integrity.
Ernst C, Odom DT, Kutter C
Nat Commun 2017 11;8(1):1411

Codon-Driven Translational Efficiency Is Stable across Diverse Mammalian Cell States.
Rudolph KL, Schmitt BM, Villar D, White RJ, Marioni JC, Kutter C, et al
PLoS Genet. 2016 05;12(5):e1006024

High-resolution mapping of transcriptional dynamics across tissue development reveals a stable mRNA-tRNA interface.
Schmitt B, Rudolph K, Karagianni P, Fonseca N, White R, Talianidis I, et al
Genome Res. 2014 Nov;24(11):1797-807

The evolutionary landscape of alternative splicing in vertebrate species.
Barbosa-Morais NL, Irimia M, Pan Q, Xiong HY, Gueroussov S, Lee LJ, et al
Science 2012 Dec;338(6114):1587-93

Rapid turnover of long noncoding RNAs and the evolution of gene expression.
Kutter C, Watt S, Stefflova K, Wilson MD, Goncalves A, Ponting CP, et al
PLoS Genet. 2012 ;8(7):e1002841

Pol III binding in six mammals shows conservation among amino acid isotypes despite divergence among tRNA genes.
Kutter C, Brown GD, Gonçalves A, Wilson MD, Watt S, Brazma A, et al
Nat. Genet. 2011 Aug;43(10):948-55