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Thomas D. Fox
Thomas D. Fox
Professor of Genetics, Cornell University
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The Zea mays mitochondrial gene coding cytochrome oxidase subunit II has an intervening sequence and does not contain TGA codons
TD Fox, CJ Leaver
Cell 26 (3), 315-323, 1981
5041981
CONTROL OF MITOCHONDRIAL GENE EXPRESSION IN SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE
MC Costanzo, TD Fox
Annual review of genetics 24 (1), 91-113, 1990
3321990
A mitochondrial protease with two catalytic subunits of nonoverlapping specificities
J Nunnari, TD Fox, P Walter
Science 262 (5142), 1997-2004, 1993
3161993
Escape of DNA from mitochondria to the nucleus in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
PE Thorsness, TD Fox
Nature 346 (6282), 376-379, 1990
3011990
[10] Analysis and manipulation of yeast mitochondrial genes
TD Fox, LS Folley, JJ Mulero, TW McMullin, PE Thorsness, LO Hedin, ...
Methods in enzymology 194, 149-165, 1991
2851991
Inventory control: cytochrome c oxidase assembly regulates mitochondrial translation
DU Mick, TD Fox, P Rehling
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 12 (1), 14-20, 2011
2472011
Mitochondrial protein synthesis, import, and assembly
TD Fox
Genetics 192 (4), 1203-1234, 2012
2382012
Membrane translocation of mitochondrially coded Cox2p: distinct requirements for export of N and C termini and dependence on the conserved protein Oxa1p.
S He, TD Fox
Molecular Biology of the Cell 8 (8), 1449-1460, 1997
2331997
Five TGA “stop” codons occur within the translated sequence of the yeast mitochondrial gene for cytochrome c oxidase subunit II
TD Fox
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 76 (12), 6534-6538, 1979
2331979
Mss51p promotes mitochondrial Cox1p synthesis and interacts with newly synthesized Cox1p
X Perez‐Martinez, SA Broadley, TD Fox
The EMBO journal 22 (21), 5951-5961, 2003
2272003
Fumarase: a mitochondrial metabolic enzyme and a cytosolic/nuclear component of the DNA damage response
O Yogev, O Yogev, E Singer, E Shaulian, M Goldberg, TD Fox, O Pines
PLoS biology 8 (3), e1000328, 2010
2232010
Inactivation of YME1, a member of the ftsH-SEC18-PAS1-CDC48 family of putative ATPase-encoding genes, causes increased escape of DNA from mitochondria in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
PE Thorsness, KH White, TD Fox
Molecular and cellular biology 13 (9), 5418-5426, 1993
2141993
Inactivation of YME1, a member of the ftsH-SEC18-PAS1-CDC48 family of putative ATPase-encoding genes, causes increased escape of DNA from mitochondria in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
PE Thorsness, KH White, TD Fox
Molecular and cellular biology 13 (9), 5418-5426, 1993
2141993
Inactivation of YME1, a member of the ftsH-SEC18-PAS1-CDC48 family of putative ATPase-encoding genes, causes increased escape of DNA from mitochondria in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
PE Thorsness, KH White, TD Fox
Molecular and cellular biology 13 (9), 5418-5426, 1993
2141993
Inactivation of YME1, a member of the ftsH-SEC18-PAS1-CDC48 family of putative ATPase-encoding genes, causes increased escape of DNA from mitochondria in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
PE Thorsness, KH White, TD Fox
Molecular and cellular biology 13 (9), 5418-5426, 1993
2141993
Expression of a recoded nuclear gene inserted into yeast mitochondrial DNA is limited by mRNA-specific translational activation
DF Steele, CA Butler, TD Fox
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (11), 5253-5257, 1996
2111996
Natural variation in the genetic code
TD Fox
Annual review of genetics 21 (1), 67-91, 1987
2011987
Nuclear mutations in Saccharomyces cerevisiae that affect the escape of DNA from mitochondria to the nucleus.
PE Thorsness, TD Fox
Genetics 134 (1), 21-28, 1993
1941993
Suppression of mutations in mitochondrial DNA by tRNAs imported from the cytoplasm
OA Kolesnikova, NS Entelis, H Mireau, TD Fox, RP Martin, IA Tarassov
Science 289 (5486), 1931-1933, 2000
1922000
Interactions among COX1, COX2, andCOX3 mRNA-specific Translational Activator Proteins on the Inner Surface of the Mitochondrial Inner Membrane ofSaccharomyces cerevisiae
S Naithani, SA Saracco, CA Butler, TD Fox
Molecular biology of the cell 14 (1), 324-333, 2003
1872003
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