Y. Luo, Z. Na, S. A. Slavoff. “P-bodies: composition, properties and functions.” Biochemistry, 201857(17): 2424-2431. See the Full Text!

R. Aebersold et al. “How many human proteoforms are there?” Nature Chemical Biology201814(3):206-214. See the Full Text!

P. Yuan, N. G. D’Lima, S. A. Slavoff. “Comparative membrane proteomics reveals a nonannotated E. coli heat shock protein.” Biochemistry, 2018, 57, 56-69. See the Full Text!

N. G. D’Lima, A. Khitun, A. D. Rosenbloom, P. Yuan, B. M. Gassaway, K. W. Barber, J. Rinehart, S. A. Slavoff. “Comparative proteomics enables identification of nonannotated cold shock proteins in E. coli.” Journal of Proteome Research, 2017, 13, 3722-3731. See the Full Text!

N. G. D’Lima, J. Ma, L. Winkler, Q. Chu, K. H. Loh, E. O. Corpuz, B. A. Budnik, J. Lykke-Andersen, A. Saghatelian, S. A. Slavoff. “A human microprotein that interacts with the mRNA decapping complex.” Nature Chemical Biology, 2017, 13, 174–180. See the Full Text!

Selected Pre-Yale publications

S. A. Slavoff, J. Heo, B. A. Budnik, L. Hanakahi, A. Saghatelian. “A human short open reading frame (sORF)-encoded polypeptide that stimulates DNA end joining.” Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2014, 289, 10950-10957.

J. Ma, C. C. Ward, I. Jungreis, S. A. Slavoff, A. G. Schwaid, J. Neveu, B. A. Budnik, M. Kellis, A. Saghatelian. “The discovery of human sORF-encoded polypeptides (SEPs) in cell lines and tissue.” Journal of Proteome Research, 2014, 13, 1757–1765.

S. A. Slavoff, A. J. Mitchell, A. G. Schwaid, M. N. Cabili, J. Ma, J. Z. Levin, A. D. Karger, B. A. Budnik, J. L. Rinn, A. Saghatelian. “Peptidomic discovery of short open reading frame-encoded peptides in human cells.” Nature Chemical Biology, 2013, 9, 59-64.

S. A. Slavoff, D. S. Liu, J. D. Cohen, A. Y. Ting. “Imaging protein-protein interactions inside living cells via interaction-dependent fluorophore ligation.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011, 133, 19769–19776.

S. A. Slavoff, I. Chen, Y. A. Choi, A. Y. Ting. “Expanding the substrate tolerance of biotin ligase through exploration of enzymes from diverse species.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2008, 130, 1160-1162.