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Profile Publications(23)
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Publications By Alexandra Mills

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Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome-Associated Genes Are Enriched in Motile Neural Crest Cells and Affect Craniofacial Development in Xenopus laevis., Mills A, Bearce E, Cella R, Kim SW, Selig M, Lee S, Lowery LA., Front Physiol. January 1, 2019; 10 431.                          


Xenopus TACC2 is a microtubule plus end-tracking protein that can promote microtubule polymerization during embryonic development., Rutherford EL, Carandang L, Ebbert PT, Mills AN, Bowers JT, Lowery LA., Mol Biol Cell. January 1, 2016; 27 (20): 3013-3020.            


Regulatable killing of eukaryotic cells by the prokaryotic proteins Kid and Kis., de la Cueva-Méndez G, Mills AD, Clay-Farrace L, Díaz-Orejas R, Laskey RA., EMBO J. January 15, 2003; 22 (2): 246-51.


The roles of the MCM, ORC, and Cdc6 proteins in determining the replication competence of chromatin in quiescent cells., Madine MA, Swietlik M, Pelizon C, Romanowski P, Mills AD, Laskey RA., J Struct Biol. April 1, 2000; 129 (2-3): 198-210.


Protein kinase inhibition in G2 causes mammalian Mcm proteins to reassociate with chromatin and restores ability to replicate., Coverley D, Wilkinson HR, Madine MA, Mills AD, Laskey RA., Exp Cell Res. January 10, 1998; 238 (1): 63-9.


Hyperphosphorylation of nucleoplasmin facilitates Xenopus sperm decondensation at fertilization., Leno GH, Mills AD, Philpott A, Laskey RA., J Biol Chem. March 29, 1996; 271 (13): 7253-6.


The nuclear envelope prevents reinitiation of replication by regulating the binding of MCM3 to chromatin in Xenopus egg extracts., Madine MA, Khoo CY, Mills AD, Musahl C, Laskey RA., Curr Biol. November 1, 1995; 5 (11): 1270-9.


Distinct functions for the two importin subunits in nuclear protein import., Görlich D, Vogel F, Mills AD, Hartmann E, Laskey RA., Nature. September 21, 1995; 377 (6546): 246-8.


MCM3 complex required for cell cycle regulation of DNA replication in vertebrate cells., Madine MA, Khoo CY, Mills AD, Laskey RA., Nature. June 1, 1995; 375 (6530): 421-4.


The role of nucleoplasmin in chromatin assembly and disassembly., Laskey RA, Mills AD, Philpott A, Leno GH, Dilworth SM, Dingwall C., Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. March 29, 1993; 339 (1289): 263-9; discussion 268-9.


Patterns of DNA replication in Drosophila polytene nuclei replicating in Xenopus egg and oocyte extracts., Sleeman AM, Leno GH, Mills AD, Fairman MP, Laskey RA., J Cell Sci. March 1, 1992; 101 ( Pt 3) 509-15.


Control of DNA replication in reconstituted nuclei., Laskey RA, Cox LS, Leno GH, Philpott A, Mills AD, Sleeman AM., Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. January 1, 1991; 56 347-52.


Association of gold-labelled nucleoplasmin with the centres of ring components of Xenopus oocyte nuclear pore complexes., Stewart M, Whytock S, Mills AD., J Mol Biol. June 20, 1990; 213 (4): 575-82.


Replication occurs at discrete foci spaced throughout nuclei replicating in vitro., Mills AD, Blow JJ, White JG, Amos WB, Wilcock D, Laskey RA., J Cell Sci. November 1, 1989; 94 ( Pt 3) 471-7.


Nuclear protein migration involves two steps: rapid binding at the nuclear envelope followed by slower translocation through nuclear pores., Richardson WD, Mills AD, Dilworth SM, Laskey RA, Dingwall C., Cell. March 11, 1988; 52 (5): 655-64.


Steps in the assembly of replication-competent nuclei in a cell-free system from Xenopus eggs., Sheehan MA, Mills AD, Sleeman AM, Laskey RA, Blow JJ., J Cell Biol. January 1, 1988; 106 (1): 1-12.


Chromosome replication in cell-free systems from Xenopus eggs., Blow JJ, Dilworth SM, Dingwall C, Mills AD, Laskey RA., Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. December 15, 1987; 317 (1187): 483-94.


Chromosome replication in early Xenopus embryos., Laskey RA, Kearsey SE, Mechali M, Dingwall C, Mills AD, Dilworth SM, Kleinschmidt J., Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. January 1, 1985; 50 657-63.


An acidic protein which assembles nucleosomes in vitro is the most abundant protein in Xenopus oocyte nuclei., Mills AD, Laskey RA, Black P, De Robertis EM., J Mol Biol. May 25, 1980; 139 (3): 561-8.


Nucleosomes are assembled by an acidic protein which binds histones and transfers them to DNA., Laskey RA, Honda BM, Mills AD, Finch JT., Nature. October 5, 1978; 275 (5679): 416-20.


Chromatin assembly and transcription in eggs and oocytes of Xenopus laevis., Laskey RA, Honda BM, Mills AD, Morris NR, Wyllie AH, Mertz JE, De Roberts EM, Gurdon JB., Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. January 1, 1978; 42 Pt 1 171-8.


Protein synthesis in oocytes of Xenopus laevis is not regulated by the supply of messenger RNA., Laskey RA, Mills AD, Gurdon JB, Partington GA., Cell. June 1, 1977; 11 (2): 345-51.


Assembly of SV40 chromatin in a cell-free system from Xenopus eggs., Laskey RA, Mills AD, Morris NR., Cell. February 1, 1977; 10 (2): 237-43.

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