Filbin Lab Publications

Filbin ME, Ruehle M, Hao Y. (2022). Scientific sisterhood knows no bound(arie)s. ASBMB Today. Vol 21, Issue 3, March 17, 2022. pp. 62-64.

Filbin ME. (2019). Exploring the Structure-Function Relationship in Biochemistry. CUREnet: Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College (peer reviewed as ‘exemplary’).

Filbin M.E. and Kieft, J.S. Linking alpha to omega: diverse and dynamic RNA-based mechanisms to regulate gene expression by 5′-to-3′ communication. F1000Res. 2016 5:F1000 Faculty Rev-2037.

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Previous Publications

Filbin M.E., Vollmar, B., Shi, D., Gonen, T. and Kieft J.S. Manipulation of the eukaryotic ribosome by the hepatitis C virus promotes the switch from translation initiation to elongation. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2013, 20(2): 150-8.

Filbin M.E. and Kieft J.S. HCV IRES domain IIb affects the configuration of coding RNA in the 40S subunit’s decoding groove. RNA. 2011, 17(7):1258-73.

Constantineau J., Greason E., West M., Filbin M., Kieft J.S., Carletti M.S., Christenson L.K., Rodriguez A. A synonymous variant in scavenger receptor, class B, type I gene is associated with lower SR-BI protein expression and function. Atherosclerosis. 2010, 210(1):177-82.

Wallace A., Filbin M.E., Veo B., McFarland C., Stepinski J., Jankowska-Anyszka M., Darzynkiewicz E., Davis R.E. The nematode eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E/G complex works with a trans-spliced leader stem-loop to enable efficient translation of trimethylguanosine-capped RNAs. Mol Cell Biol. 2010, 30(8):1958-70.

Filbin M.E. and Kieft J.S. Toward a Structural Understanding of IRES RNA. Curr Opin Struct Biol. 2009, 19(3):267-76. Review.

Hammond J.A., Rambo R.P., Filbin M.E., Kieft J.S. Comparison and functional implications of the 3D architectures of viral tRNA-like structures. RNA. 2009, 15(2):294-307.

Kieft J.S., Costantino D.A., Filbin M.E., Hammond J., Pfingsten J.P. Structural Methods to Study IRES Function. Mets Enz. Translation Initiation: Reconstituted Systems and Biophysical Methods. Ed. Jon Lorsch. 2007, 430:333-71.