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|The quest for the holy "G" of chromosomal passengers.
Burke DJ, Stukenberg PT.
Dev Cell. April 1, 2017; 5 (2): 187-8.
|From meiosis to mitosis - the sperm centrosome defines the kinetics of spindle assembly after fertilization in Xenopus.
Cavazza T, Peset I, Vernos I.
J Cell Sci. July 1, 2016; 129 (13): 2538-47.
|Nuclear size is sensitive to NTF2 protein levels in a manner dependent on Ran binding.
Vuković LD, Jevtić P, Zhang Z, Stohr BA, Levy DL.
J Cell Sci. March 15, 2016; 129 (6): 1115-27.
|Concentration-dependent Effects of Nuclear Lamins on Nuclear Size in Xenopus and Mammalian Cells.
Jevtić P, Edens LJ, Li X, Nguyen T, Chen P, Levy DL.
J Biol Chem. November 13, 2015; 290 (46): 27557-71.
|The Xenopus tropicalis orthologue of TRPV3 is heat sensitive.
Liu B, Qin F.
J Gen Physiol. November 1, 2015; 146 (5): 411-21.
|Prediction of Functionally Important Phospho-Regulatory Events in Xenopus laevis Oocytes.
Johnson JR, Santos SD, Johnson T, Pieper U, Strumillo M, Wagih O, Sali A, Krogan NJ, Beltrao P.
PLoS Comput Biol. August 1, 2015; 11 (8): e1004362.
|Nup153 Recruits the Nup107-160 Complex to the Inner Nuclear Membrane for Interphasic Nuclear Pore Complex Assembly.
Vollmer B, Lorenz M, Moreno-Andrés D, Bodenhöfer M, De Magistris P, Astrinidis SA, Schooley A, Flötenmeyer M, Leptihn S, Antonin W.
Dev Cell. June 22, 2015; 33 (6): 717-28.
|The Ran-GTP gradient spatially regulates XCTK2 in the spindle.
Weaver LN, Ems-McClung SC, Chen SH, Yang G, Shaw SL, Walczak CE.
Curr Biol. June 1, 2015; 25 (11): 1509-14.
|Xenopus laevis FGF receptor substrate 3 (XFrs3) is important for eye development and mediates Pax6 expression in lens placode through its Shp2-binding sites.
Kim YJ, Bahn M, Kim YH, Shin JY, Cheong SW, Ju BG, Kim WS, Yeo CY.
Dev Biol. January 1, 2015; 397 (1): 129-39.
|The Inner Nuclear Membrane Protein Nemp1 Is a New Type of RanGTP-Binding Protein in Eukaryotes.
Shibano T, Mamada H, Hakuno F, Takahashi S, Taira M.
PLoS One. January 1, 2015; 10 (5): e0127271.
|Purification of nuclear localization signal-containing proteins and its application to investigation of the mechanisms of the cell division cycle.
Christodoulou A, Yokoyama H.
Small GTPases. January 1, 2015; 6 (1): 20-7.
|RanBP1 governs spindle assembly by defining mitotic Ran-GTP production.
Zhang MS, Arnaoutov A, Dasso M.
Dev Cell. November 24, 2014; 31 (4): 393-404.
|Reconstitution of the augmin complex provides insights into its architecture and function.
Hsia KC, Wilson-Kubalek EM, Dottore A, Hao Q, Tsai KL, Forth S, Shimamoto Y, Milligan RA, Kapoor TM.
Nat Cell Biol. September 1, 2014; 16 (9): 852-63.
|cPKC regulates interphase nuclear size during Xenopus development.
Edens LJ, Levy DL.
J Cell Biol. August 18, 2014; 206 (4): 473-83.
|TPX2 levels modulate meiotic spindle size and architecture in Xenopus egg extracts.
Helmke KJ, Heald R.
J Cell Biol. August 4, 2014; 206 (3): 385-93.
|The nucleoporin MEL-28 promotes RanGTP-dependent γ-tubulin recruitment and microtubule nucleation in mitotic spindle formation.
Yokoyama H, Koch B, Walczak R, Ciray-Duygu F, González-Sánchez JC, Devos DP, Mattaj IW, Gruss OJ.
Nat Commun. July 8, 2014; 5 3270.
|Deep proteomics of the Xenopus laevis egg using an mRNA-derived reference database.
Wühr M, Freeman RM, Presler M, Horb ME, Peshkin L, Gygi S, Kirschner MW.
Curr Biol. July 7, 2014; 24 (13): 1467-1475.
|Nucleosomal regulation of chromatin composition and nuclear assembly revealed by histone depletion.
Zierhut C, Jenness C, Kimura H, Funabiki H.
Nat Struct Mol Biol. July 1, 2014; 21 (7): 617-25.
|Transportin acts to regulate mitotic assembly events by target binding rather than Ran sequestration.
Bernis C, Swift-Taylor B, Nord M, Carmona S, Chook YM, Forbes DJ.
Mol Biol Cell. April 1, 2014; 25 (7): 992-1009.
|p54nrb/NonO and PSF promote U snRNA nuclear export by accelerating its export complex assembly.
Izumi H, McCloskey A, Shinmyozu K, Ohno M.
Nucleic Acids Res. April 1, 2014; 42 (6): 3998-4007.