Publications

Hondele, M., Heinrich, S., De Los Rios, P. and Weis, K. (2020) “Membraneless organelles: phasing out of equilibrium”, Emerging topics in life sciences, p. ETLS20190190. doi: 10.1042/ETLS20190190.   
Hondele, M., Sachdev, R., Heinrich, S., Wang, J., Vallotton, P., Fontoura, B. M. A. and Weis, K. (2019) “DEAD-box ATPases are global regulators of phase-separated organelles”, Nature. Nature, 573(7772), pp. 144–148. doi: 10.1038/s41586-019-1502-y.   edoc
Linsenmeier, M., Kopp, M. R. G., Grigolato, F., Emmanoulidis, L., Liu, D., Zürcher, D., Hondele, M., Weis, K., Capasso Palmiero, U. and Arosio, P. (2019) “Dynamics of Synthetic Membraneless Organelles in Microfluidic Droplets”, Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Wiley, 58(41), pp. 14489–14494. doi: 10.1002/anie.201907278.   edoc
Linsenmeier, M., Kopp, M. R. G., Grigolato, F., Emmanouilidis, L., Liu, D., Zürcher, D., Hondele, M., Weis, K., Capasso Palmiero, U. and Arosio, P. (2019) “Corrigendum: Dynamics of Synthetic Membraneless Organelles in Microfluidic Droplets”, Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Wiley, 58(50), p. 17902. doi: 10.1002/anie.201913379.   edoc
Sachdev, R., Hondele, M., Linsenmeier, M., Vallotton, P., Mugler, C. F., Arosio, P. and Weis, K. (2019) “Pat1 promotes processing body assembly by enhancing the phase separation of the DEAD-box ATPase Dhh1 and RNA”, eLife. eLife Sciences Publications , 8, p. e41415. doi: 10.7554/eLife.41415.   edoc | Open Access
Faltova, L., Küffner, A. M., Hondele, M., Weis, K. and Arosio, P. (2018) “Multifunctional Protein Materials and Microreactors using Low Complexity Domains as Molecular Adhesives”, ACS nano. American Chemical Society , 12(10), pp. 9991–9999. doi: 10.1021/acsnano.8b04304.   edoc | Open Access
Mugler, C. F., Hondele, M., Heinrich, S., Sachdev, R., Vallotton, P., Koek, A. Y., Chan, L. Y. and Weis, K. (2016) “ATPase activity of the DEAD-box protein Dhh1 controls processing body formation”, eLife. eLife Sciences Publications , 5, p. e18746. doi: 10.7554/eLife.18746.   edoc | Open Access
Hondele, M. and Ladurner, A. G. (2013) “Catch me if you can: how the histone chaperone FACT capitalizes on nucleosome breathing”, Nucleus. Taylor & Francies, 4(6), pp. 443–449. doi: 10.4161/nucl.27235.   edoc | Open Access
Hondele, M., Stuwe, T., Hassler, M., Halbach, F., Bowman, A., Zhang, E. T., Nijmeijer, B., Kotthoff, C., Rybin, V., Amlacher, S., Hurt, E. and Ladurner, A. G. (2013) “Structural basis of histone H2A-H2B recognition by the essential chaperone FACT”, Nature. Nature Research, 499, pp. 111–114. doi: 10.1038/nature12242.   edoc
Hondele, M. and Ladurner, A. G. (2011) “The chaperone-histone partnership: for the greater good of histone traffic and chromatin plasticity”, Current Opinion in Structural Biology. Elsevier, 21(6), pp. 698–708. doi: 10.1016/j.sbi.2011.10.003.   edoc
Goetze, H., Wittner, M., Hamperl, S., Hondele, M., Merz, K., Stoeckl, U. and Griesenbeck, J. (2010) “Alternative chromatin structures of the 35S rRNA Genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae provide a molecular basis for the selective recruitment of RNA polymerases I and II”, Molecular and cellular biology. American Society for Microbiology, 30(8), pp. 2028–2045. doi: 10.1128/MCB.01512-09.   edoc | Open Access
Hondele, M. and Ladurner, A. (2010) “A mitotic beacon reveals its nucleosome anchor”, Molecular cell. Cell Press, 39(6), pp. 829–830. doi: 10.1016/j.molcel.2010.09.001.   edoc
Merz, K., Hondele, M., Goetze, H., Gmelch, K., Stoeckl, U. and Griesenbeck, J. (2008) “Actively transcribed rRNA genes in S. cerevisiae are organized in a specialized chromatin associated with the high-mobility group protein Hmo1 and are largely devoid of histone molecules”, Genes & development. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press , 22(9), pp. 1190–1204. doi: 10.1101/gad.466908.   edoc | Open Access