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Reidman, S., Cohen, A. Kupiec, M., and Weisman, R. (2019). The cytosolic form of aspartate aminotransferase is required for full activation of TOR complex 1 in fission yeast. J. Biol. Chem., doi: 10.1074/jbc.RA119.010101. [Epub ahead of print].
Cohen, A., Habib, A., Laor, D., Yadav, S., Kupiec, M., and Weisman, R. (2018) TOR complex 2 in fission yeast is required for chromatin-mediated gene silencing and assembly of heterochromatic domains at subtelomeres. Journal of Biological Chemistry 21: 8138-8150
Pataki, E., Weisman, R, Sipiczki, M. and Miklos, I. (2016) fhl1 gene of the fission yeast regulates transcription of meiotic genes and nitrogen starvation response, downstream of the TORC1 pathway. Current Genetics 63:91-101.
Cohen, A., Kupiec, M. and Weisman, R. (2016) TORC2-Gad8 is found in the nucleus where it interacts with the MBF transcriptional complex to regulate the response to DNA replication stress. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 291:9371-81.
Laor, D., Cohen, A., Kupiec, M., Weisman, R. (2015) TORC1 regulates developmental responses to nitrogen stress via nuclear localization of the GATA transcription factor Gaf1. mBio, 7;6(4):e00959. doi: 10.1128/mBio.00959-15.
Cohen, A., Kupiec, M. and Weisman, R. (2014) Glucose activates TORC2-Gad8 via positive regulation of the cAMP/PKA pathway and negative regulation of the Pmk1-MAPK pathway. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 289:21727-37.
Weisman, R. Cohen, A. and Gasser, S. (2014) TORC2 – A new player in genome stability. EMBO Molecular Medicine, 6:995-1002.
Ding, L., Laor, D., Weisman, R. and Forsburg, S. (2014) Rapid regulation of nuclear proteins by rapamycin-induced translocation in fission yeast. Yeast, 31:253-64.
Laor, D., Cohen, A., Pasmanik-Chor, M., Oron-Karni, V., Kupiec, M., Weisman, R.(2013) Isp7 is a novel regulator of amino acid uptake in the TOR signaling pathway. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 34:794-806.
Schonbrun, M., Kolesnikov, M., Kupiec, M. and Weisman, R. (2013) TORC2 is required to maintain genome stability during S phase in fission yeast. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 288:19649-60.
Kupiec, M. and Weisman, R. (co-author) (2012) TOR links starvation responses to telomere length maintenance. Cell Cycle, 11:2268-71.
Schonburn, M. Laor, D. Maury, L., Bahler, J., Kupiec, M. and Weisman R. (2009) TOR complex 2 controls gene silencing, telomere length maintenance, and survival under DNA-damaging conditions. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 29: 4584-4594.
Weisman, R., Roitburg, I., Schonburn, M., Harari, R. and Kupiec, M. (2007) Opposite effects of Tor1 and Tor2 on nitrogen starvation responses in fission yeast. Genetics, 175:1153-1162.
Weisman, R., Roitburg, I., Nahari, T. and Kupiec, M. (2005) Regulation of leucine uptake by tor1+ in fission yeast is sensitive to rapamycin. Genetics, 169:539-550.
Weisman, R. (2003) The fission yeast TOR proteins and rapamycin response: an unexpected tale. (Invited review). Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology, 279:85-95.
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Weisman, R. and Choder, M. (2001) The fission yeast TOR homologue, tor1+, is required for the response to starvation and other stresses via a conserved serine. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 276: 7027-7032.
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