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Full CV

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Scientific interests

Molecular genetics. Structural and functional analysis of yeast genes. See also IMBB home page.


Recent publications

  • Gkouskou, K., Fragiadakis, G.S., Voutsina, A., Alexandraki, D. (2019) Distinct associations of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae Rad9 protein link Mac1-regulated transcription to DNA repair. Current Genetics, Nov 29. doi: 10.1007/s00294-019- 01047-w.
  • Voutsina A, Fragiadakis G.S, Gkouskou K, Alexandraki D. (2019) Synergy of Hir1, Ssn6 and Snf2 global regulators is the functional determinant of a Mac1 transcriptional switch in S. cerevisiae copper homeostasis. Current Genetics doi: 10.1007/s00294-019-00935-5.
  • Mara P., Fragiadakis G.S., Gkountromichos F. and Alexandraki D. (2018) The pleiotropic effects of the glutamate dehydrogenase (GDH) pathway in S. cerevisiaeMicrobial Cell Factories 17:170.
  • Andreadis C, Nikolaou C, Fragiadakis GS, Tsiliki G, Alexandraki D. (2014) Rad9 interacts with Aft1 to facilitate genome surveillance in fragile genomic sites under non-DNA damage-inducing conditions in S. cerevisiae. Nucleic Acids Res 42(20): 12650-67.
  • Fragiadakis G.S., Tzamarias D. and Alexandraki D. (2004) Nhp6 facilitates Aft1 binding and Ssn6 recruitment both essential for FRE2 transcriptional activation. EMBO J., 23(2), 333-42.