Publications since 2006

Shodhan, Anura; Kataoka, Kensuke; Mochizuki, Kazufumi; Novatchkova, Maria; Loidl, Josef (2017). A Zip3-like protein plays a role in crossover formation in the SC-less meiosis of the protist Tetrahymena. MOL BIOL CELL;28(6):825-833. PMID: 28100637
Tian, Miao; Yang, Wentao; Zhang, Jing; Dang, Huai; Lu, Xingyi; Fu, Chengjie; Miao, Wei (2017). Nonsense-mediated mRNA decay in Tetrahymena is EJC independent and requires a protozoa-specific nuclease. NUCLEIC ACIDS RES. PMID: 28402567
Akematsu, Takahiko; Fukuda, Yasuhiro; Garg, Jyoti; Fillingham, Jeffrey S; Pearlman, Ronald E; Loidl, Josef (2017). Post-meiotic DNA double-strand breaks occur in Tetrahymena, and require Topoisomerase II and Spo11. eLife;16(6). PMID: 28621664
Shodhan, Anura; Novatchkova, Maria; Loidl, Josef (2017). BIME2, a novel gene required for interhomolog meiotic recombination in the protist model organism Tetrahymena. CHROMOSOME RES. PMID: 28803330
Klionsky, Daniel J et al. (2016). Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (3rd edition). AUTOPHAGY;12(1):1-222. PMID: 26799652
Loidl, Josef; Lorenz, Alexander (2016). DNA double-strand break formation and repair in Tetrahymena meiosis. SEMIN CELL DEV BIOL;54:126-34. PMID: 26899715
Yan, Guan-Xiong; Zhang, Jing; Shodhan, Anura; Tian, Miao; Miao, Wei (2016). Cdk3, a conjugation-specific cyclin-dependent kinase, is essential for the initiation of meiosis in Tetrahymena thermophila. CELL CYCLE;15(18):2506-14. PMID: 27420775
Guan-xiong Yan, Huai Dang, Miao Tian, Jing Zhang, Anura Shodhan, Ying-zhi Ning, Jie Xiong, Wei Miao (2016). Cyc17, a meiosis-specific cyclin, is essential for anaphase initiation and chromosome segregation in Tetrahymena thermophila CELL CYCLE;15(14):1855-64. PMID: 27192402
Ashlock, W., Akematsu, T. and R. Pearlman (2016). Communication in Tetrahymena reproduction Biocommunication of Ciliates:175-191.
Loidl, Josef (2016). Conservation and Variability of Meiosis Across the Eukaryotes. Annual review of genetics.;50:293-316. PMID: 27686280
Zhang, Jing; Tian, Miao; Yan, Guan-Xiong; Shodhan, Anura; Miao, Wei (2016). E2fl1 is a meiosis-specific transcription factor in the protist Tetrahymena thermophila. CELL CYCLE:1-13. PMID: 27892792
Volleth,Marianne,Loidl, Josef, Mayer, Frieder Yong, Hoi-Sen, Müller, Stefan and Klaus- Gerhard Heller (2015). Surprising Genetic Diversity in Rhinolophus luctus (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae) from Peninsular Malaysia: Description of a New Species Based on Genetic and Morphological Characters Acta chiropterologica;17(1):1-20.
Lukaszewicz, Agnieszka; Shodhan, Anura; Loidl, Josef (2015). Exo1 and Mre11 execute meiotic DSB end resection in the protist Tetrahymena. DNA repair.;35:137-43. PMID: 26519827
Chi J., Mahé F., Loidl J., Logsdon J., Dunthorn M. (2014). Meiosis gene inventory of four ciliates reveals the prevalence of a synaptonemal complex-independent crossover pathway MOL BIOL EVOL;31(3):660-72. PMID: 24336924
Shodhan, Anura; Lukaszewicz, Agnieszka; Novatchkova, Maria; Loidl, Josef (2014). Msh4 and Msh5 Function in SC-Independent Chiasma Formation During the Streamlined Meiosis of Tetrahymena. GENETICS;198(3):983-93. PMID: 25217051
Loidl,J. (2013). The hidden talents of SPO11. Dev Cell;24(2):123-124. PMID: 23369711
Howard-Till R.A., Lukaszewicz A., Novatchkova M., Loidl J. (2013). A Single Cohesin Complex Performs Mitotic and Meiotic Functions in the Protist Tetrahymena. PLOS GENET;9(3):e1003418. PMID: 23555314
Lukaszewicz, Agnieszka, Howard-Till, Rachel A. and Josef Loidl (2013). Mus81 nuclease and Sgs1 helicase are essential for meiotic recombination in a protist lacking a synaptonemal complex NUCLEIC ACIDS RES;41(20):9296-309. PMID: 23935123
Estreicher Anna; Lorenz Alexander; Loidl, Josef (2012). Mug20, a novel protein associated with linear elements in fission yeast meiosis. CURR GENET;58(2):119-127. PMID: 22362333
Loidl J., Lukaszewicz A., Howard-Till R.A., Koestler T. (2012). The Tetrahymena meiotic chromosome bouquet is organized by centromeres and promotes interhomolog recombination. J CELL SCI;125(22):5873-5880. PMID: 22976299