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|The sequential activation of the mitotic microtubule assembly pathways favors bipolar spindle formation.
Cavazza T, Malgaretti P, Vernos I.
Mol Biol Cell. October 1, 2016; 27 (19): 2935-45.
|The Cep192-organized aurora A-Plk1 cascade is essential for centrosome cycle and bipolar spindle assembly.
Joukov V, Walter JC, De Nicolo A.
Mol Cell. August 21, 2014; 55 (4): 578-91.
|CHD4 is a RanGTP-dependent MAP that stabilizes microtubules and regulates bipolar spindle formation.
Yokoyama H, Nakos K, Santarella-Mellwig R, Rybina S, Krijgsveld J, Koffa MD, Mattaj IW.
Curr Biol. December 16, 2013; 23 (24): 2443-51.
|Myb promotes centriole amplification and later steps of the multiciliogenesis program.
Tan FE, Vladar EK, Ma L, Fuentealba LC, Hoh R, Espinoza FH, Axelrod JD, Alvarez-Buylla A, Stearns T, Kintner C, Krasnow MA.
Development. October 1, 2013; 140 (20): 4277-86.
|Human chromokinesins promote chromosome congression and spindle microtubule dynamics during mitosis.
Wandke C, Barisic M, Sigl R, Rauch V, Wolf F, Amaro AC, Tan CH, Pereira AJ, Kutay U, Maiato H, Meraldi P, Geley S.
J Cell Biol. September 3, 2012; 198 (5): 847-63.
|Kendrin is a novel substrate for separase involved in the licensing of centriole duplication.
Matsuo K, Ohsumi K, Iwabuchi M, Kawamata T, Ono Y, Takahashi M.
Curr Biol. May 22, 2012; 22 (10): 915-21.
|Multicilin promotes centriole assembly and ciliogenesis during multiciliate cell differentiation.
Stubbs JL, Vladar EK, Axelrod JD, Kintner C.
Nat Cell Biol. January 29, 2012; 14 (2): 140-7.
|Rapamycin treatment causes developmental delay, pigmentation defects, and gastrointestinal malformation on Xenopus embryogenesis.
Moriyama Y, Ohata Y, Mori S, Matsukawa S, Michiue T, Asashima M, Kuroda H.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. January 28, 2011; 404 (4): 974-8.
|A requirement for epsin in mitotic membrane and spindle organization.
Liu Z, Zheng Y.
J Cell Biol. August 24, 2009; 186 (4): 473-80.
|A fraction of Crm1 locates at centrosomes by its CRIME domain and regulates the centrosomal localization of pericentrin.
Liu Q, Jiang Q, Zhang C.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. July 3, 2009; 384 (3): 383-8.
|Centrosome proteins form an insoluble perinuclear matrix during muscle cell differentiation.
Srsen V, Fant X, Heald R, Rabouille C, Merdes A.
BMC Cell Biol. April 13, 2009; 10 28.
|Mitosis-specific anchoring of gamma tubulin complexes by pericentrin controls spindle organization and mitotic entry.
Zimmerman WC, Sillibourne J, Rosa J, Doxsey SJ.
Mol Biol Cell. August 1, 2004; 15 (8): 3642-57.
|Part of Ran is associated with AKAP450 at the centrosome: involvement in microtubule-organizing activity.
Keryer G, Di Fiore B, Celati C, Lechtreck KF, Mogensen M, Delouvee A, Lavia P, Bornens M, Tassin AM.
Mol Biol Cell. October 1, 2003; 14 (10): 4260-71.
|Interaction of Aurora-A and centrosomin at the microtubule-nucleating site in Drosophila and mammalian cells.
Terada Y, Uetake Y, Kuriyama R.
J Cell Biol. September 1, 2003; 162 (5): 757-63.
|Assembly of centrosomal proteins and microtubule organization depends on PCM-1.
Dammermann A, Merdes A.
J Cell Biol. October 28, 2002; 159 (2): 255-66.
|Characterization of Cep135, a novel coiled-coil centrosomal protein involved in microtubule organization in mammalian cells.
Ohta T, Essner R, Ryu JH, Palazzo RE, Uetake Y, Kuriyama R.
J Cell Biol. January 7, 2002; 156 (1): 87-99.
|Probing spindle assembly mechanisms with monastrol, a small molecule inhibitor of the mitotic kinesin, Eg5.
Kapoor TM, Mayer TU, Coughlin ML, Mitchison TJ.
J Cell Biol. September 4, 2000; 150 (5): 975-88.
|Cytoplasmic dynein-mediated assembly of pericentrin and gamma tubulin onto centrosomes.
Young A, Dictenberg JB, Purohit A, Tuft R, Doxsey SJ.
Mol Biol Cell. June 1, 2000; 11 (6): 2047-56.
|The mammalian interphase centrosome: two independent units maintained together by the dynamics of the microtubule cytoskeleton.
Jean C, Tollon Y, Raynaud-Messina B, Wright M.
Eur J Cell Biol. August 1, 1999; 78 (8): 549-60.
|Pericentrin and gamma-tubulin form a protein complex and are organized into a novel lattice at the centrosome.
Dictenberg JB, Zimmerman W, Sparks CA, Young A, Vidair C, Zheng Y, Carrington W, Fay FS, Doxsey SJ.
J Cell Biol. April 6, 1998; 141 (1): 163-74.