Ola Larsson
Ola Larsson
Associate professor, Karolinska Institutet
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Myogenic gene expression signature establishes that brown and white adipocytes originate from distinct cell lineages
JA Timmons, K Wennmalm, O Larsson, TB Walden, T Lassmann, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (11), 4401-4406, 2007
mTORC1-mediated cell proliferation, but not cell growth, controlled by the 4E-BPs
RJO Dowling, I Topisirovic, T Alain, M Bidinosti, BD Fonseca, ...
Science 328 (5982), 1172-1176, 2010
mTORC1 controls mitochondrial activity and biogenesis through 4E-BP-dependent translational regulation
M Morita, SP Gravel, V Chenard, K Sikström, L Zheng, T Alain, V Gandin, ...
Cell metabolism 18 (5), 698-711, 2013
eIF4E phosphorylation promotes tumorigenesis and is associated with prostate cancer progression
L Furic, L Rong, O Larsson, IH Koumakpayi, K Yoshida, A Brueschke, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (32), 14134-14139, 2010
Fibrotic extracellular matrix activates a profibrotic positive feedback loop
MW Parker, D Rossi, M Peterson, K Smith, K Sikström, ES White, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 124 (4), 2014
mTOR coordinates protein synthesis, mitochondrial activity and proliferation
M Morita, SP Gravel, L Hulea, O Larsson, M Pollak, J St-Pierre, ...
Cell cycle 14 (4), 473-480, 2015
Bactericidal antisense effects of peptide–PNA conjugates
L Good, SK Awasthi, R Dryselius, O Larsson, PE Nielsen
Nature biotechnology 19 (4), 360-364, 2001
Hypoxia-independent angiogenesis in adipose tissues during cold acclimation
Y Xue, N Petrovic, R Cao, O Larsson, S Lim, S Chen, HM Feldmann, ...
Cell metabolism 9 (1), 99-109, 2009
Translational control of the innate immune response through IRF-7
R Colina, M Costa-Mattioli, RJO Dowling, M Jaramillo, LH Tai, ...
Nature 452 (7185), 323-328, 2008
A stringent validation of mouse adipose tissue identity markers
JMA de Jong, O Larsson, B Cannon, J Nedergaard
American journal of physiology-endocrinology and metabolism 308 (12), E1085 …, 2015
Pericyte–fibroblast transition promotes tumor growth and metastasis
K Hosaka, Y Yang, T Seki, C Fischer, O Dubey, E Fredlund, J Hartman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (38), E5618-E5627, 2016
mTOR controls mitochondrial dynamics and cell survival via MTFP1
M Morita, J Prudent, K Basu, V Goyon, S Katsumura, L Hulea, D Pearl, ...
Molecular cell 67 (6), 922-935. e5, 2017
Conserved GU-rich elements mediate mRNA decay by binding to CUG-binding protein 1
IA Vlasova, NM Tahoe, D Fan, O Larsson, B Rattenbacher, JR SternJohn, ...
Molecular cell 29 (2), 263-270, 2008
Phosphorylation of eIF4E promotes EMT and metastasis via translational control of SNAIL and MMP-3
N Robichaud, SV del Rincon, B Huor, T Alain, LA Petruccelli, J Hearnden, ...
Oncogene 34 (16), 2032-2042, 2015
Insulin receptor expression by human prostate cancers
ME Cox, ME Gleave, M Zakikhani, RH Bell, E Piura, E Vickers, ...
The Prostate 69 (1), 33-40, 2009
Epigenetic activation of a subset of mRNAs by eIF4E explains its effects on cell proliferation
Y Mamane, E Petroulakis, Y Martineau, TA Sato, O Larsson, ...
PloS one 2 (2), e242, 2007
Translational control of immune responses: from transcripts to translatomes
CA Piccirillo, E Bjur, I Topisirovic, N Sonenberg, O Larsson
Nature immunology 15 (6), 503-511, 2014
PDGF-BB modulates hematopoiesis and tumor angiogenesis by inducing erythropoietin production in stromal cells
Y Xue, S Lim, Y Yang, Z Wang, LDE Jensen, EM Hedlund, P Andersson, ...
Nature medicine 18 (1), 100-110, 2012
nanoCAGE reveals 5′ UTR features that define specific modes of translation of functionally related MTOR-sensitive mRNAs
V Gandin, L Masvidal, L Hulea, SP Gravel, M Cargnello, S McLaughlan, ...
Genome research 26 (5), 636-648, 2016
Distinct perturbation of the translatome by the antidiabetic drug metformin
O Larsson, M Morita, I Topisirovic, T Alain, MJ Blouin, M Pollak, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (23), 8977-8982, 2012
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