Shreya Ahana Ayyub
Shreya Ahana Ayyub
Research Associate, Newcastle University
Verified email at newcastle.ac.uk
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Finding hidden females in a crowd: Mate recognition in fig wasps
A Krishnan, KA Joshi, A Abraham, S Ayyub, M Lahiry, R Mukherjee, ...
Acta oecologica 57, 80-87, 2014
82014
Fidelity of translation in the presence of mammalian mitochondrial initiation factor 3
SA Ayyub, SL Aswathy, D Dobriyal, S Aluri, LL Spremulli, U Varshney
Mitochondrion 39, 1-8, 2018
72018
Contributions of the N-and C-terminal domains of initiation factor 3 to its functions in the fidelity of initiation and antiassociation of the ribosomal subunits
SA Ayyub, D Dobriyal, U Varshney
Journal of bacteriology 199 (11), 2017
72017
Sustenance of Escherichia coli on a single tRNAMet
A Govindan, SA Ayyub, U Varshney
Nucleic acids research 46 (21), 11566-11574, 2018
42018
Coevolution of the translational machinery optimizes initiation with unusual initiator tRNAs and initiation codons in mycoplasmas
SA Ayyub, D Dobriyal, RA Shah, K Lahry, M Bhattacharyya, ...
RNA biology 15 (1), 70-80, 2018
32018
Translation initiation in mammalian mitochondria- a prokaryotic perspective.
SA Ayyub, U Varshney
RNA Biology, 2019
22019
Rescuing stalled mammalian mitoribosomes–what can we learn from bacteria?
SA Ayyub, F Gao, RN Lightowlers, ZM Chrzanowska-Lightowlers
Journal of Cell Science 133 (1), 2020
12020
Antimicrobial activity of fusidic acid in Escherichia coli is dependent on the relative levels of ribosome recycling factor and elongation factor G
SA Ayyub, K Lahry, D Dobriyal, S Mondal, U Varshney
FEMS microbiology letters 365 (13), fny133, 2018
2018
The Role of Initiation Factor 3: Insights from E. Coli, Mitochondria and Mycoplasma
SA Ayyub
2018
Antimicrobial activity of fusidic acid in Escherichia coli is dependent on the relative levels of ribosome recycling factor (RRF) and elongation factor G (EFG)
SA Ayyub, K Lahry, D Dobriyal, S Mondal, U Varshney
FEMS Microbiology Letters, 0
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