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King, Helen A., El-Sharif, Hazim F., Matia-González, Ana M., Iadevaia, Valentina, Fowotade, Adeola, Reddy, Subrayal M. and Gerber, Andre (2017) Generation of ribosome imprinted polymers for sensitive detection of translational responses Scientific Reports, 7 (1).

Matia-González, AM, Iadevaia, Valentina and Gerber, Andre (2017) A versatile tandem RNA isolation procedure to capture in vivo formed mRNA-protein complexes Methods, 118-9. pp. 93-100.

Iadevaia, V and Gerber, AP (2015) Combinatorial Control of mRNA Fates by RNA-Binding Proteins and Non-Coding RNAs Biomolecules, 5 (4). pp. 2207-2222.

Bommer, UA, Iadevaia, V, Chen, J, Knoch, B, Engel, M and Proud, CG (2015) Growth-factor dependent expression of the translationally controlled tumour protein TCTP is regulated through the PI3-K/Akt/mTORC1 signalling pathway. Cell Signal, 27 (8). pp. 1557-1568.

Beggs, JE, Tian, S, Jones, GG, Xie, J, Iadevaia, V, Jenei, V, Thomas, G and Proud, CG (2015) The MAP kinase-interacting kinases regulate cell migration, vimentin expression and eIF4E/CYFIP1 binding. Biochem J, 467 (1). pp. 63-76.

Iadevaia, V, Cowan, JL and Coldwell, MJ (2015) mTORCing about myogenic differentiation. Cell Cycle, 14 (1). pp. 3-4.

Iadevaia, V, Liu, R and Proud, CG (2014) mTORC1 signaling controls multiple steps in ribosome biogenesis. Semin Cell Dev Biol, 36. pp. 113-120.

Gismondi, A, Caldarola, S, Lisi, G, Juli, G, Chellini, L, Iadevaia, V, Proud, CG and Loreni, F (2014) Ribosomal stress activates eEF2K-eEF2 pathway causing translation elongation inhibition and recruitment of terminal oligopyrimidine (TOP) mRNAs on polysomes. Nucleic Acids Res, 42 (20). pp. 12668-12680.

Liu, R, Iadevaia, V, Averous, J, Taylor, PM, Zhang, Z and Proud, CG (2014) Impairing the production of ribosomal RNA activates mammalian target of rapamycin complex 1 signalling and downstream translation factors. Nucleic Acids Res, 42 (8). pp. 5083-5096.

Yadav, RB, Burgos, P, Parker, AW, Iadevaia, V, Proud, CG, Allen, RA, O'Connell, JP, Jeshtadi, A, Stubbs, CD and Botchway, SW (2013) mTOR direct interactions with Rheb-GTPase and raptor: sub-cellular localization using fluorescence lifetime imaging. BMC Cell Biol, 14.

Huo, Y, Iadevaia, V, Yao, Z, Kelly, I, Cosulich, S, Guichard, S, Foster, LJ and Proud, CG (2012) Stable isotope-labelling analysis of the impact of inhibition of the mammalian target of rapamycin on protein synthesis. Biochem J, 444 (1). pp. 141-151.

Iadevaia, V, Zhang, Z, Jan, E and Proud, CG (2012) mTOR signaling regulates the processing of pre-rRNA in human cells. Nucleic Acids Res, 40 (6). pp. 2527-2539.

Iadevaia, V, Huo, Y, Zhang, Z, Foster, LJ and Proud, CG (2012) Roles of the mammalian target of rapamycin, mTOR, in controlling ribosome biogenesis and protein synthesis. Biochem Soc Trans, 40 (1). pp. 168-172.

Iadevaia, V, Wang, X, Yao, Z, Foster, LJ and Proud, CG (2012) Evaluation of mTOR-regulated mRNA translation. Methods Mol Biol, 821. pp. 171-185.

Huo, Y, Iadevaia, V and Proud, CG (2011) Differing effects of rapamycin and mTOR kinase inhibitors on protein synthesis. Biochem Soc Trans, 39 (2). pp. 446-450.

Iadevaia, V, Caldarola, S, Biondini, L, Gismondi, A, Karlsson, S, Dianzani, I and Loreni, F (2010) PIM1 kinase is destabilized by ribosomal stress causing inhibition of cell cycle progression. Oncogene, 29 (40). pp. 5490-5499.

Iadevaia, V, Caldarola, S, Tino, E, Amaldi, F and Loreni, F (2008) All translation elongation factors and the e, f, and h subunits of translation initiation factor 3 are encoded by 5'-terminal oligopyrimidine (TOP) mRNAs. RNA, 14 (9). pp. 1730-1736.

Loreni, F, Iadevaia, V, Tino, E, Caldarola, S and Amaldi, F (2005) RACK1 mRNA translation is regulated via a rapamycin-sensitive pathway and coordinated with ribosomal protein synthesis FEBS Letters, 579, 25. 5517 - 5520 - 5517 - 5520.

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