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Chris Grant
Chris Grant
Professor of Biochemistry, University of Manchester
Verified email at manchester.ac.uk
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The Response to Heat Shock and Oxidative Stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
KA Morano, CM Grant, WS Moye-Rowley
Genetics 190 (4), 1157-1195, 2012
6852012
Role of the glutathione/glutaredoxin and thioredoxin systems in yeast growth and response to stress conditions
CM Grant
Molecular microbiology 39 (3), 533-541, 2001
5132001
Global translational responses to oxidative stress impact upon multiple levels of protein synthesis
D Shenton, JB Smirnova, JN Selley, K Carroll, SJ Hubbard, GD Pavitt, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (39), 29011-29021, 2006
4402006
Glutathione is an essential metabolite required for resistance to oxidative stress in the yeastSaccharomyces cerevisiae
CM Grant, FH MacIver, IW Dawes
Current genetics 29, 511-515, 1996
4071996
Protein S-thiolation targets glycolysis and protein synthesis in response to oxidative stress in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
D Shenton, CM Grant
Biochemical Journal 374 (2), 513-519, 2003
3482003
Yeast glutathione reductase is required for protection against oxidative stress and is a target gene for yAP‐1 transcriptional regulation
CM Grant, LP Collinson, JH Roe, IW Dawes
Molecular microbiology 21 (1), 171-179, 1996
3001996
The Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae Contains Two Glutaredoxin Genes That Are Required for Protection against Reactive Oxygen Species
S Luikenhuis, G Perrone, IW Dawes, CM Grant
Molecular biology of the cell 9 (5), 1081-1091, 1998
2991998
Glutathione synthetase is dispensable for growth under both normal and oxidative stress conditions in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae due to an accumulation of the dipeptide …
CM Grant, FH MacIver, IW Dawes
Molecular biology of the cell 8 (9), 1699-1707, 1997
2361997
Glutathione and catalase provide overlapping defenses for protection against hydrogen peroxide in the yeastsaccharomyces cerevisiae
CM Grant, G Perrone, IW Dawes
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 253 (3), 893-898, 1998
2311998
Redox control of exofacial protein thiols/disulfides by protein disulfide isomerase
XM Jiang, M Fitzgerald, CM Grant, PJ Hogg
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274 (4), 2416-2423, 1999
2211999
Metabolic reconfiguration is a regulated response to oxidative stress
CM Grant
Journal of biology 7, 1-4, 2008
1992008
Mitochondrial function is required for resistance to oxidative stress in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
CM Grant, FH MacIver, IW Dawes
FEBS letters 410 (2-3), 219-222, 1997
1811997
The yeast glutaredoxins are active as glutathione peroxidases
EJ Collinson, GL Wheeler, EO Garrido, AM Avery, SV Avery, CM Grant
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (19), 16712-16717, 2002
1792002
Differential protein S-thiolation of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase isoenzymes influences sensitivity to oxidative stress
CM Grant, KA Quinn, IW Dawes
Molecular and cellular biology 19 (4), 2650-2656, 1999
1771999
Role of yeast glutaredoxins as glutathione S-transferases
EJ Collinson, CM Grant
Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (25), 22492-22497, 2003
1672003
Thioredoxins are required for protection against a reductive stress in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
EW Trotter, CM Grant
Molecular microbiology 46 (3), 869-878, 2002
1672002
Role of thioredoxins in the response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to oxidative stress induced by hydroperoxides
EO Garrido, CM Grant
Molecular microbiology 43 (4), 993-1003, 2002
1642002
The cytoplasmic Cu, Zn superoxide dismutase of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is required for resistance to freeze-thaw stress: generation of free radicals during freezing and thawing
JI Park, CM Grant, MJ Davies, IW Dawes
Journal of Biological Chemistry 273 (36), 22921-22928, 1998
1631998
The freeze-thaw stress response of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is growth phase specific and is controlled by nutritional state via the RAS-cyclic AMP signal transduction …
JI Park, CM Grant, PV Attfield, IW Dawes
Applied and environmental microbiology 63 (10), 3818-3824, 1997
1611997
Effect of sequence context at stop codons on efficiency of reinitiation in GCN4 translational control
CM Grant, AG Hinnebusch
Molecular and cellular biology 14 (1), 606-618, 1994
1611994
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