2012 - Grand prix de l'Inserm - Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale
2008 - German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina – Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften Genetics/Molecular Biology and Cell Biology
1998 - Member of Academia Europaea
Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
Ingrid Grummt mostly deals with Transcription, Molecular biology, RNA polymerase I, Transcription factor and General transcription factor. Transcription is a subfield of Genetics that she investigates. Her Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Methylation, Promoter, Chromatin immunoprecipitation, Gene expression and DNA demethylation.
Her research integrates issues of RNA polymerase III, Transcriptional regulation and Cell biology in her study of RNA polymerase I. Her work deals with themes such as Cell cycle, Nucleolus and Protein kinase A, which intersect with Transcription factor. Her General transcription factor research incorporates themes from RNA polymerase II and Transcription factor II D.
Molecular biology, Transcription, RNA polymerase I, Cell biology and General transcription factor are her primary areas of study. Her Molecular biology research also works with subjects such as
The concepts of her RNA polymerase I study are interwoven with issues in RNA polymerase III, Nucleolus and Transcriptional regulation. Her studies deal with areas such as Ribosome biogenesis and Transcription preinitiation complex as well as Cell biology. Her study on General transcription factor also encompasses disciplines like
Ingrid Grummt mainly investigates Transcription, Genetics, Cell biology, RNA and Chromatin. Her study in the fields of RNA polymerase I under the domain of Transcription overlaps with other disciplines such as Growth factor. Her study in the field of Heterochromatin, Epigenetics of physical exercise, ChIA-PET and Chromosome conformation capture also crosses realms of Centromere.
Her Cell biology study also includes
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Genetics, Molecular biology, Transcription, Gene and Chromatin. Her research in Genetics is mostly concerned with Epigenetics of physical exercise. Her work carried out in the field of Molecular biology brings together such families of science as RNA, Non-coding RNA, Antisense RNA, Histone methyltransferase and RNA polymerase I.
Her Transcription research integrates issues from Nucleolus and DNA. Her Chromatin research incorporates themes from Regulation of gene expression and Transcription preinitiation complex. She has included themes like Ribosome biogenesis and Ribosome in her Cell biology study.
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Mammalian Sir2 homolog SIRT7 is an activator of RNA polymerase I transcription
Ethan Ford;Renate Voit;Gregory Liszt;Cornelia Magin.
Genes & Development (2006)
Life on a planet of its own: regulation of RNA polymerase I transcription in the nucleolus
Genes & Development (2003)
Ribosome biogenesis and cell growth: mTOR coordinates transcription by all three classes of nuclear RNA polymerases
C Mayer;I Grummt.
mTOR-dependent activation of the transcription factor TIF-IA links rRNA synthesis to nutrient availability
Christine Mayer;Jian Zhao;Xuejun Yuan;Ingrid Grummt.
Genes & Development (2004)
Interaction of noncoding RNA with the rDNA promoter mediates recruitment of DNMT3b and silencing of rRNA genes
Kerstin Maike Schmitz;Christine Mayer;Anna Postepska;Ingrid Grummt.
Genes & Development (2010)
The Epigenetics of rRNA Genes: From Molecular to Chromosome Biology
Brian McStay;Ingrid Grummt.
Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology (2008)
c-Myc associates with ribosomal DNA and activates RNA polymerase I transcription.
Azadeh Arabi;Azadeh Arabi;Siqin Wu;Karin Ridderstråle;Holger Bierhoff.
Nature Cell Biology (2005)
A Kinetic Framework for a Mammalian RNA Polymerase in Vivo
Miroslav Dundr;Urs Hoffmann-Rohrer;Qiyue Hu;Ingrid Grummt.
The nucleolar remodeling complex NoRC mediates heterochromatin formation and silencing of ribosomal gene transcription
Raffaella Santoro;Junwei Li;Ingrid Grummt.
Nature Genetics (2002)
Nuclear actin and myosin I are required for RNA polymerase I transcription
Vlada V. Philimonenko;Jian Zhao;Sebastian Iben;Hana Dingová.
Nature Cell Biology (2004)
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