Publications list for Dr Hannah Nicholas

2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2011 | 2009


  • Chew, Y., Götz, J., Nicholas, H. (2015), Neuronal protein with tau-like repeats (PTL-1) regulates intestinal SKN-1 nuclear accumulation in response to oxidative stress. Aging Cell. 14(1), 148-151. [Abstract]


  • Ullrich, M., Liang, V., Chew, Y., Banister, S., Song, X., Zaw, T., Lam, H., Berber, S., Kassiou, M., Nicholas, H., Gotz, J. (2014), Bio-orthogonal labeling as a tool to visualize and identify newly synthesized proteins in Caenorhabditis elegans. Nature Protocols. 9(9), 2237-2255. [Abstract]
  • Yucel, D., Hoe, M., Llamosas, E., Kant, S., Jamieson, C., Young, P., Crossley, M., Nicholas, H. (2014), SUMV-1 antagonizes the activity of synthetic Multivulva genes in Caenorhabditis elegans. Developmental Biology. 392(2), 266-282. [Abstract]
  • Liang, V., Ullrich, M., Lam, H., Chew, Y., Banister, S., Song, X., Zaw, T., Kassiou, M., Götz, J., Nicholas, H. (2014), Altered proteostasis in aging and heat shock response in C. elegans revealed by analysis of the global and de novo synthesized proteome. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 71(17), 3339-3361. [Abstract]
  • Chew, Y., Fan, X., Götz, J., Nicholas, H. (2014), Regulation of age-related structural integrity in neurons by protein with tau-like repeats (PTL-1) is cell autonomous. Scientific reports. 4, 5185. [Abstract]


  • Lian Chew, Y., Fan, X., Goetz, J., Nicholas, H. (2013), Aging in the nervous system of Caenorhabditis elegans. Communicative & integrative biology. 6(5), e25288. [Abstract]
  • Berber, S., Llamosas, E., Thaivalappil, P., Boag, P., Crossley, M., Nicholas, H. (2013), Homeodomain interacting protein kinase (HPK-1) is required in the soma for robust germline proliferation in C. elegans. Developmental Dynamics. 242, 1250¿1261. [Abstract]
  • Chew, Y., Fan, X., Goetz, J., Nicholas, H. (2013), PTL-1 regulates neuronal integrity and lifespan in C. elegans. Journal of Cell Science. 126(Pt 9), 2079-2091. [Abstract]
  • Bell-Anderson, K., Funnell, A., Williams, H., Jusoh, H., Scully, T., Lim, W., Burdach, J., Mak, K., Knights, A., Hoy, A., Nicholas, H., Sainsbury, A., Turner, N., Pearson, R., Crossley, M. (2013), Loss of Kruppel-like Factor 3 (KLF3/BKLF) leads to upregulation of the insulin-sensitizing factor adipolin (FAM132A/CTRP12/C1qdc2). Diabetes. 62(8), 2728-2737. [Abstract]
  • Gotz, J., Xia, D., Leinenga, G., Chew, Y., Nicholas, H. (2013), What Renders TAU Toxic. Frontiers in Neurology. 4, 72. [Abstract]


  • Gotz, J., Ittner, L., Gotz, N., Lam, H., Nicholas, H. (2011), Invertebrate and Vertebrate Models of Tauopathies. In: Animal Models for Neurodegenerative Disease. (pp.69-85).Cambridge: RSC Publishing.


  • Nicholas, H., Hodgkin, J. (2009), The C. elegans Hox gene egl-5 is required for correct development of the hermaphrodite hindgut and for the response to rectal infection by Microbacterium nematophilum. Developmental biology. 329(1), 16-24. [Abstract]