Publications

Expansion Microscopy on Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
A G Korovesi, L Morgado, M Fumasoni, R Henriques, H Heil, M Del Rosario.
microPublication Biology, 2022

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Parental histone deposition on the replicated strands promotes error-free DNA damage tolerance and regulates drug resistance.
V Dolce, S Dusi, M Giannattasio, C R Joseph, M Fumasoni, D Branzei
Genes & Development 36 (3-4), 167-179 (2022)

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Ploidy and recombination proficiency shape the evolutionary adaptation to constitutive DNA replication stress.
M Fumasoni and A W. Murray
PLoS genetics, 17 (11), (2021)

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Tell me where you’ve been and i’ll tell you how you’ll evolve.
M Fumasoni
MBio 11 (5), (2020)

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Cohesion is established during DNA replication utilising chromosome associated cohesin rings as well as those loaded de novo onto nascent DNAs.
S Madhusudhan, M Fumasoni, N J Petela, A W Murray, K A Nasmyth
Elife 9 (2020)

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Evolutionary repair experiments as a window to the molecular diversity of life.
T LaBar, Y Y P Hsieh, M Fumasoni, A W Murray
Current Biology 30 (10), (2020)

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The evolutionary plasticity of chromosome metabolism allows adaptation to constitutive DNA replication stress.
M Fumasoni and A W. Murray
Elife 9 (2020)

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Error-free DNA damage tolerance and sister chromatid proximity during DNA replication rely on the Polα/Primase/Ctf4 Complex.
M Fumasoni, K Zwicky, F Vanoli, M Lopes, D Branzei
Molecular cell 57 (5) (2015)

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DNA bending facilitates the error‐free DNA damage tolerance pathway and upholds genome integrity.
V Gonzalez‐Huici, B Szakal, M Urulangodi, I Psakhye, F Castellucci, D Menolfi, E Rajakumara, M Fumasoni, R Bermejo, S Jentsch, D Branzei
The EMBO journal 33 (4) (2014)

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Noncanonical role of the 9-1-1 clamp in the error-free DNA damage tolerance pathway.
G I Karras, M Fumasoni, G Sienski, F Vanoli, D Branzei, S Jentsch
Molecular cell 49 (3) (2013)

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Replication and recombination factors contributing to recombination-dependent bypass of DNA lesions by template switch.
F Vanoli, M Fumasoni, B Szakal, L Maloisel, D Branzei
PLoS genetics 6 (11) (2010)

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Sgs1 function in the repair of DNA replication intermediates is separable from its role in homologous recombinational repair.
K A Bernstein, E Shor, I Sunjevaric, M Fumasoni, R C Burgess, M Foiani, D Branzei, R Rothstein
The EMBO Journal 28 (7) (2009)

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