Silhueta de pessoa indiferenciada

Rui Filipe Duarte da Silva

Investigador doutorado
CT em Funções Públicas a termo resolutivo certo


Feijão, Tália; Marques, Bruno; Silva, Rui D.; Carvalho, Célia; Sobral, Daniel; Matos, Ricardo; Tan, Tian; et al. 2022. "Polycomb group (PcG) proteins prevent the assembly of abnormal synaptonemal complex structures during meiosis". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119 (42).
Rathore, Om Singh; Silva, Rui D.; Ascensão-Ferreira, Mariana; Matos, Ricardo; Carvalho, Célia; Marques, Bruno; Tiago, Margarida N.; et al. 2020. "NineTeen Complex-subunit Salsa is required for efficient splicing of a subset of introns and dorsal–ventral patterning". RNA, 26 (12): 1935-1956.
Silva, Rui D.; Mirkovic, Mihailo; Guilgur, Leonardo G.; Rathore, Om S.; Martinho, Rui Gonçalo; Oliveira, Raquel A.. 2018. "Absence of the Spindle Assembly Checkpoint Restores Mitotic Fidelity upon Loss of Sister Chromatid Cohesion". Current Biology, 28 (17): 2837-2844.e3.
Alves, S.; Neiri, L.; Chaves, S.R.; Vieira, S.; Trindade, D.; Manon, S.; Dominguez, V.; et al. 2018. "N-terminal acetylation modulates Bax targeting to mitochondria". International Journal of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, 95: 35-42.
Ribeiro, A.L.; Silva, R.D.; Foyn, H.; Tiago, M.N.; Rathore, O.S.; Arnesen, T.; Martinho, R.G.. 2016. "Naa50/San-dependent N-terminal acetylation of Scc1 is potentially important for sister chromatid cohesion". Scientific Reports, 6.
Silva, R.D.; Martinho, R.G.. 2015. "Developmental roles of protein N-terminal acetylation". Proteomics, 15 (14): 2402-2409.
Rodrigues, J.; Silva, R.D.; Noronha, H.; Pedras, A.; Gerós, H.; Côrte-Real, M.. 2013. "Flow cytometry as a novel tool for structural and functional characterization of isolated yeast vacuoles". Microbiology (United Kingdom), 159 (PART 5): 848-856.
Silva, R.D.; Saraiva, L.; Coutinho, I.; Gonçalves, J.; Côrte-Real, M.. 2012. "Yeast as a powerful model system for the study of apoptosis regulation by protein kinase C isoforms". Current Pharmaceutical Design, 18 (17): 2492-2500.
Vilela-Moura, A.; Schuller, D.; Mendes-Faia, A.; Silva, R.D.; Chaves, S.R.; Sousa, M.J.; Côrte-Real, M.. 2011. "The impact of acetate metabolism on yeast fermentative performance and wine quality: Reduction of volatile acidity of grape musts and wines". Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 89 (2): 271-280.
Silva, R.D.; Manon, S.; Gonçalves, J.; Saraiva, L.; Côrte-Real, M.. 2011. "Modulation of Bax mitochondrial insertion and induced cell death in yeast by mammalian protein kinase Ca". Experimental Cell Research, 317 (6): 781-790.
Silva, R.D.; Manon, S.; Gonçalves, J.; Saraiva, L.; Côrte-Real, M.. 2011. "The importance of humanized yeast to better understand the role of Bcl-2 family in apoptosis: Finding of novel therapeutic opportunities". Current Pharmaceutical Design, 17 (3): 246-255.
Fontes, N.; Silva, R.; Vignault, C.; Lecourieux, F.; Gerás, H.; Delrot, S.. 2010. "Purification and functional characterization of protoplasts and intact vacuoles from grape cells". BMC Research Notes, 3.
Almeida, T.; Marques, M.; Mojzita, D.; Amorim, M.A.; Silva, R.D.; Almeida, B.; Rodrigues, P.; et al. 2008. "Isc1p plays a key role in hydrogen peroxide resistance and chronological lifespan through modulation of iron levels and apoptosis". Molecular Biology of the Cell, 19 (3): 865-876.
Pereira, C.; Silva, R.D.; Saraiva, L.; Johansson, B.; Sousa, M.J.; Côrte-Real, M.. 2008. "Mitochondria-dependent apoptosis in yeast". Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Molecular Cell Research, 1783 (7): 1286-1302.
Saraiva, L.; Silva, R.D.; Pereira, G.; Gonçalves, J.; Côrte-Real, M.. 2006. "Specific modulation of apoptosis and Bcl-xL phosphorylation in yeast by distinct mammalian protein kinase C isoforms". Journal of Cell Science, 119 (15): 3171-3181.
Silva, R.D.; Sotoca, R.; Johansson, B.; Ludovico, P.; Sansonetty, F.; Silva, M.T.; Peinado, J.M.; Côrte-Real, M.. 2005. "Hyperosmotic stress induces metacaspase- and mitochondria-dependent apoptosis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae". Molecular Microbiology, 58 (3): 824-834.
Silva, Rui. 2004. "Saccharomyces cerevisiae commits to programmed cell death in response to hyperosmotic stress caused by glucose". Trabalho apresentado em CYTOMETRY PART A, 59 (1).