Stoyno Stoynov
Stoyno Stoynov
Institute of Molecular Biology
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A liquid-to-solid phase transition of the ALS protein FUS accelerated by disease mutation
A Patel, HO Lee, L Jawerth, S Maharana, M Jahnel, MY Hein, S Stoynov, ...
Cell 162 (5), 1066-1077, 2015
Genome-wide and high-density CRISPR-Cas9 screens identify point mutations in PARP1 causing PARP inhibitor resistance
SJ Pettitt, DB Krastev, I Brandsma, A Dréan, F Song, R Aleksandrov, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1849, 2018
Uncoupling of unwinding from DNA synthesis implies regulation of MCM helicase by Tof1/Mrc1/Csm3 checkpoint complex
MN Nedelcheva, A Roguev, LB Dolapchiev, A Shevchenko, HB Taskov, ...
Journal of molecular biology 347 (3), 509-521, 2005
Protein dynamics in complex DNA lesions
R Aleksandrov, A Dotchev, I Poser, D Krastev, G Georgiev, G Panova, ...
Molecular cell 69 (6), 1046-1061. e5, 2018
The chromatin response to double-strand DNA breaks and their repair
R Aleksandrov, R Hristova, S Stoynov, A Gospodinov
Cells 9 (8), 1853, 2020
Coupling bimolecular PARylation biosensors with genetic screens to identify PARylation targets
DB Krastev, SJ Pettitt, J Campbell, F Song, BE Tanos, SS Stoynov, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 2016, 2018
Stability of mRNA/DNA and DNA/DNA duplexes affects mRNA transcription
RI Kraeva, DB Krastev, A Roguev, A Ivanova, MN Nedelcheva-Veleva, ...
PLoS One 2 (3), e290, 2007
Single-strand-specific DNase activity is an inherent property of the 140-kDa protein of the snake venom exonuclease
SS Stoynov, AT Bakalova, SI Dimov, AV Mitkova, LB Dolapchiev
FEBS letters 409 (2), 151-154, 1997
Coordination of DNA synthesis and replicative unwinding by the S-phase checkpoint pathways
MN Nedelcheva-Veleva, DB Krastev, SS Stoynov
Nucleic acids research 34 (15), 4138-4146, 2006
The subunits of the S-phase checkpoint complex Mrc1/Tof1/Csm3: dynamics and interdependence
SD Uzunova, AS Zarkov, AM Ivanova, SS Stoynov, ...
Cell division 9, 1-15, 2014
PARP1-DNA co-condensation drives DNA repair site assembly to prevent disjunction of broken DNA ends
N Chappidi, T Quail, S Doll, LT Vogel, R Aleksandrov, S Felekyan, ...
Cell 187 (4), 945-961. e18, 2024
Deregulated levels of RUVBL1 induce transcription-dependent replication stress
RH Hristova, SS Stoynov, IR Tsaneva, AG Gospodinov
The International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology 128, 105839, 2020
The thermodynamic patterns of eukaryotic genes suggest a mechanism for intron–exon recognition
MN Nedelcheva-Veleva, M Sarov, I Yanakiev, E Mihailovska, MP Ivanov, ...
Nature Communications 4 (1), 2101, 2013
Novel fluorescent dyes for single DNA molecule techniques
A Zarkov, A Vasilev, T Deligeorgiev, S Stoynov, M Nedelcheva-Veleva
Molecular Imaging 12 (2), 7290.2012. 00018, 2013
PARP1 roles in DNA repair and DNA replication: The basi (c) s of PARP inhibitor efficacy and resistance
PB Kanev, A Atemin, S Stoynov, R Aleksandrov
Seminars in Oncology, 2023
DNArepairK: An interactive database for exploring the impact of anticancer drugs onto the dynamics of DNA repair proteins
Y Babukov, R Aleksandrov, A Ivanova, A Atemin, S Stoynov
Biomedicines 9 (9), 1238, 2021
Mammalian INO80 chromatin remodeler cooperates with FANCM to mediate DNA interstrand crosslink-induced checkpoint activation and repair
V Andreev, R Hristova, M Asparuhova, G Danovski, S Stoynov, ...
DNA repair 74, 38-50, 2019
CellTool: an open source software combining bio-image analysis and mathematical modeling
G Danovski, T Dyankova, S Stoynov
BioRxiv, 454256, 2018
Bright fluorescent ds DNA probes: novel polycationic asymmetric monomethine cyanine dyes based on thiazolopyridine‐quinolinium chromophore
A Vasilev, N Lesev, S Dimitrova, M Nedelcheva‐Veleva, S Stoynov, ...
Coloration Technology 131 (2), 94-103, 2015
CellTool: An Open-Source Software Combining Bio-Image Analysis and Mathematical Modeling for the Study of DNA Repair Dynamics
G Danovski, T Dyankova-Danovska, R Stamatov, R Aleksandrov, ...
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 24 (23), 16784, 2023
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