Publications

Jacob Y, Bergamin E, Donoghue MT, Mongeon B, LeBlanc C, Voigt P, Underwood CJ, Brunzelle JS, Michaels SD, Reinberg D, Couture JF, Martienssen RA. (2014) Selective methylation of histone H3 variant H3.1 regulates heterochromatin replication. Science. Mar 14;343(6176):1249-53.[Pubmed]

Jacob, Y., and Martienssen, R.A. (2012). Molecular biology. All packed up and ready to go. Science 336, 1391.[Pubmed]

Stroud, H., Hale, C.J., Feng, S., Caro, E., Jacob, Y., Michaels, S.D., and Jacobsen, S.E. (2012). Antagonistic control of heterochromatic DNA re-replication by DNA methyltransferases and histone H3 lysine 27 methyltransferases in endoreduplicating cells. PLoS Genetics 8, e1002808.[Pubmed]

Van Ex, F., Jacob, Y., and Martienssen, R.A. (2011). Multiple roles for small RNAs during plant reproduction. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 14, 588-593.[Pubmed]

Jacob, Y., and Martienssen, R.A. (2011). Chromatin reprogramming: gender equality during Arabidopsis germline differentiation. Current Biology 21, R20-22.[Pubmed]

Gu, X., Jiang, D., Yang, W., Jacob, Y., Michaels, S.D., and He, Y. (2011). Arabidopsis homologs of retinoblastoma-associated protein 46/48 associate with a histone deacetylase to act redundantly in chromatin silencing. PLoS Genetics 7, e1002366.[Pubmed]

Feng, W., Jacob, Y., Veley, K.M., Ding, L., Yu, X., Choe, G., and Michaels, S.D. (2011). Hypomorphic alleles reveal FCA-independent roles for FY in the regulation of FLOWERING LOCUS C. Plant Physiology 155, 1425-1434.[Pubmed]

Jacob, Y., Stroud, H., Leblanc, C., Feng, S., Zhuo, L., Caro, E., Hassel, C., Gutierrez, C., Michaels, S.D., and Jacobsen, S.E. (2010). Regulation of heterochromatic DNA replication by histone H3 lysine 27 methyltransferases. Nature 466, 987-991.[Pubmed]

Jacob, Y., and Michaels, S.D. (2009). H3K27me1 is E(z) in animals, but not in plants. Epigenetics 4, 366-369.[Pubmed]

Jacob, Y., Feng, S., LeBlanc, C.A., Bernatavichute, Y.V., Stroud, H., Cokus, S., Johnson, L.M., Pellegrini, M., Jacobsen, S.E., and Michaels, S.D. (2009). ATXR5 and ATXR6 are H3K27 monomethyltransferases required for chromatin structure and gene silencing. Nature Structural and Molecular Biology 16, 763-768.[Pubmed]

Jacob, Y., and Michaels, S.D. (2008). Peering through the pore: The role of AtTPR in nuclear transport and development. Plant Signaling & Behavior 3, 62-64.[Pubmed]

Jacob, Y., Mongkolsiriwatana, C., Veley, K.M., Kim, S.Y., and Michaels, S.D. (2007). The nuclear pore protein AtTPR is required for RNA homeostasis, flowering time, and auxin signaling. Plant Physiology 144, 1383-1390.[Pubmed]

Kim, S.Y., He, Y., Jacob, Y., Noh, Y.S., Michaels, S., and Amasino, R. (2005). Establishment of the vernalization-responsive, winter-annual habit in Arabidopsis requires a putative histone H3 methyl transferase. Plant Cell 17, 3301-3310.[Pubmed]

Jacob, Y., Sharkady, S.M., Bhardwaj, K., Sanda, A., and Williams, K.P. (2005). Function of the SmpB tail in transfer-messenger RNA translation revealed by a nucleus-encoded form. Journal of Biological Chemistry 280, 5503-5509.[Pubmed]

Jacob, Y., Seif, E., Paquet, P.O., and Lang, B.F. (2004). Loss of the mRNA-like region in mitochondrial tmRNAs of jakobids. RNA 10, 605-614.[Pubmed]