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    1. Choo, KHA
      Engineering human chromosomes for gene therapy studies

      TRENDS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    2. Wong, LH; Choo, KHA
      Centromere on the move

      GENOME RESEARCH
    3. Lo, AWI; Magliano, DJ; Sibson, MC; Kalitsis, P; Craig, JM; Choo, KHA
      A novel chromatin immunoprecipitation and array (CIA) analysis identifies a 460-kb CENP-A-binding neocentromere DNA

      GENOME RESEARCH
    4. Bandyopadhyay, R; McQuillan, C; Page, SL; Choo, KHA; Shaffer, LG
      Identification and characterization of satellite III subfamilies to the acrocentric chromosomes

      CHROMOSOME RESEARCH
    5. Bandyopadhyay, R; Berend, SA; Page, SL; Choo, KHA; Shaffer, LG
      Satellite III sequences on 14p and their relevance to Robertsonian translocation formation

      CHROMOSOME RESEARCH
    6. Lo, AWI; Craig, JM; Saffery, R; Kalitsis, P; Irvine, DV; Earle, E; Magliano, DJ; Choo, KHA
      A 330 kb CENP-A binding domain and altered replication timing at a human neocentromere

      EMBO JOURNAL
    7. Voullaire, L; Saffery, R; Earle, E; Irvine, DV; Slater, H; Dale, S; du Sart, D; Fleming, T; Choo, KHA
      Mosaic inv dup(8p) marker chromosome with stable neocentromere suggests neocentromerization is a post-zygotic event

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    8. Saffery, R; Wong, LH; Irvine, DV; Bateman, MA; Griffiths, B; Cutts, SM; Cancilla, MR; Cendron, AC; Stafford, AJ; Choo, KHA
      Construction of neocentromere-based human minichromosomes by telomere-associated chromosomal truncation

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    9. Barry, AE; Bateman, M; Howman, EV; Cancilla, MR; Tainton, KM; Irvine, DV; Saffery, R; Choo, KHA
      The 10q25 neocentromere and its inactive progenitor have identical primarynucleotide sequence: Further evidence for epigenetic modification

      GENOME RESEARCH
    10. Fowler, KJ; Hudson, DF; Salamonsen, LA; Edmondson, SR; Earle, E; Sibson, MC; Choo, KHA
      Uterine dysfunction and genetic modifiers in centromere protein B-deficient mice

      GENOME RESEARCH
    11. Saffery, R; Irvine, DV; Griffiths, B; Kalitsis, P; Wordeman, L; Choo, KHA
      Human centromeres and neocentromeres show identical distribution patterns of > 20 functionally important kinetochore-associated proteins

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    12. Earle, E; Saxena, A; MacDonald, A; Hudson, DF; Shaffer, LG; Saffery, R; Cancilla, MR; Cutts, SM; Howman, E; Choo, KHA
      Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase at active centromeres and neocentromeres at metaphase

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    13. Choo, KHA
      Centromerization

      TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY
    14. Uren, AG; Wong, L; Pakusch, M; Fowler, KJ; Burrows, FJ; Vaux, DL; Choo, KHA
      Survivin and the inner centromere protein INCENP show similar cell-cycle localization and gene knockout phenotype

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    15. Kalitsis, P; Earle, E; Fowler, KJ; Choo, KHA
      Bub3 gene disruption in mice reveals essential mitotic spindle checkpoint function during early embryogenesis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    16. Saffery, R; Irvine, DV; Griffiths, B; Kalitsis, P; Choo, KHA
      Components of the human spindle checkpoint control mechanism localize specifically to the active centromere on dicentric chromosomes

      HUMAN GENETICS
    17. Lo, AWI; Longmuir, DFS; Fowler, KJ; Kalitsis, P; Choo, KHA
      Assignment of the Centromere Protein H (Cenph) gene to mouse chromosome band 13D1 by in situ hybridization and interspecific backcross analyses

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    18. Howman, EV; Fowler, KJ; Newson, AJ; Redward, S; MacDonald, AC; Kalitsis, P; Choo, KHA
      Early disruption of centromeric chromatin organization in centromere protein A (Cenpa) null mice

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    19. Starr, DA; Saffery, R; Li, ZX; Simpson, AE; Choo, KHA; Yen, TJ; Goldberg, ML
      HZwint-1,a novel human kinetochore component that interacts with HZW10

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    20. Reeve, VE; Nishimura, N; Bosnic, M; Michalska, AE; Choo, KHA
      Lack of metallothionein-I and -II exacerbates the immunosuppressive effectof ultraviolet B radiation and cis-urocanic acid in mice

      IMMUNOLOGY
    21. Lo, AWI; Liao, GCC; Rocchi, M; Choo, KHA
      Extreme reduction of chromosome-specific alpha-satellite array is unusually common in human chromosome 21

      GENOME RESEARCH
    22. Saffery, R; Earle, E; Irvine, DV; Kalitsis, P; Choo, KHA
      Conservation of centromere proteins in vertebrates

      CHROMOSOME RESEARCH
    23. Cutts, SM; Fowler, KJ; Kile, BT; Hii, LLP; O'Dowd, RA; Hudson, DF; Saffery, R; Kalitsis, P; Earle, E; Choo, KHA
      Defective chromosome segregation, microtubule bundling and nuclear bridging in inner centromere protein gene (Incenp)-disrupted mice

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    24. Barry, AE; Howman, EV; Cancilla, MR; Saffery, R; Choo, KHA
      Sequence analysis of an 80 kb human neocentromere (vol 8, pg 217, 1999)

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    25. Barry, AE; Howman, EV; Cancilla, MR; Saffery, R; Choo, KHA
      Sequence analysis of an 80 kb human neocentromere

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    26. Saffery, R; Irvine, DV; Kile, BT; Hudson, DF; Cutts, SM; Choo, KHA
      Cloning, expression, and promoter structure of a mammalian inner centromere protein (INCENP)

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    27. Lo, AWI; Choo, KHA
      Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) screening of frozen cell lines in large numbers

      BIOTECHNIQUES
    28. Fowler, KJ; Kalitsis, P; Choo, KHA
      Mouse mitotic spindle checkpoint Bub3 gene maps to the distal region of Chromosome 7 by interspecific backcross analysis

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    29. Voullaire, L; Saffery, R; Davies, J; Earle, E; Kalitsis, P; Slater, H; Irvine, DV; Choo, KHA
      Trisomy 20p resulting from inverted duplication and neocentromere formation

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    30. Slater, HR; Nouri, S; Earle, E; Lo, AWI; Hale, LG; Choo, KHA
      Neocentromere formation in a stable ring 1p32-p36.1 chromosome

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    31. CHOO KHA
      TURNING ON THE CENTROMERE

      Nature genetics
    32. CHOO KHA
      WHY IS THE CENTROMERE SO COLD

      PCR methods and applications
    33. CANCILLA MR; GRAVES J; MATESIC LE; REEVES RH; TAINTON KM; CHOO KHA; RESNICK MA; LARIONOV VL; KOUPRINA NY
      RAPID CLONING OF MOUSE DNA AS YEAST ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOMES BY TRANSFORMATION-ASSOCIATED RECOMBINATION (TAR)

      Mammalian genome
    34. CANCILLA MR; TAINTON KM; BARRY AE; LARIONOV V; KOUPRINA N; RESNICK MA; DUSART D; CHOO KHA
      DIRECT CLONING OF HUMAN 10Q25 NEOCENTROMERE DNA USING TRANSFORMATION-ASSOCIATED RECOMBINATION (TAR) IN YEAST

      Genomics
    35. KALITSIS P; MACDONALD A; NEWSON AJ; HUDSON DF; CHOO KHA
      GENE STRUCTURE AND SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF MOUSE CENTROMERE PROTEIN-A AND PROTEIN-C

      Genomics
    36. FOWLER KJ; SAFFERY R; KILE BT; IRVINE DV; HUDSON DF; TROWELL HE; CHOO KHA
      GENETIC-MAPPING OF MOUSE CENTROMERE PROTEIN (INCENP AND CENPE) GENES

      Cytogenetics and cell genetics
    37. Fowler, KJ; Saffery, R; Irvine, DV; Trowell, HE; Choo, KHA
      Mouse centromere protein F (Cenpf) gene maps to the distal region of Chromosome 1 by interspecific backcross analysis

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    38. KALITSIS P; FOWLER KJ; EARLE E; HILL J; CHOO KHA
      TARGETED DISRUPTION OF MOUSE CENTROMERE PROTEIN-C GENE LEADS TO MITOTIC DISARRAY AND EARLY EMBRYO DEATH

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    39. BEATTIE JH; WOOD AM; NEWMAN AM; BREMNER I; CHOO KHA; MICHALSKA AE; DUNCAN JS; TRAYHURN P
      OBESITY AND HYPERLEPTINEMIA IN METALLOTHIONEIN-I AND METALLOTHIONEIN-II NULL MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    40. HUDSON DF; FOWLER KJ; EARLE E; SAFFERY R; KALITSIS P; TROWELL H; HILL J; WREFORD NG; DEKRETSER DM; CANCILLA MR; HOWMAN E; HII L; CUTTS SM; IRVINE DV; CHOO KHA
      CENTROMERE PROTEIN-B NULL MICE ARE MITOTICALLY AND MEIOTICALLY NORMALBUT HAVE LOWER-BODY AND TESTIS WEIGHTS

      The Journal of cell biology
    41. DUSART D; CANCILLA MR; EARLE E; MAO JI; SAFFERY R; TAINTON KM; KALITSIS P; MARTYN J; BARRY AE; CHOO KHA
      A FUNCTIONAL NEO-CENTROMERE FORMED THROUGH ACTIVATION OF A LATENT HUMAN CENTROMERE AND CONSISTING OF NON-ALPHA-SATELLITE DNA

      Nature genetics
    42. APOSTOLOVA MD; CHOO KHA; MICHALSKA AE; TOHYAMA C
      ANALYSIS OF THE POSSIBLE PROTECTIVE ROLE OF METALLOTHIONEIN IN STREPTOZOTOCIN-INDUCED DIABETES USING METALLOTHIONEIN-NULL MICE

      Journal of trace elements in medicine and biology
    43. FOWLER KJ; NEWSON AJ; MACDONALD AC; KALITSIS P; LYU MS; KOZAK CA; CHOO KHA
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION OF MOUSE CENPA GENE

      Cytogenetics and cell genetics
    44. LEUNG E; BERG RW; LANGLEY R; GREENE J; RAYMOND LA; AUGUSTUS M; NI J; CARTER KC; SPURR N; CHOO KHA; KRISSANSEN GW
      GENOMIC ORGANIZATION, CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING, AND ANALYSIS OF THE 5'-PROMOTER REGION OF THE HUMAN MADCAM-1 GENE

      Immunogenetics
    45. CHOO KHA
      CENTROMERE DNA DYNAMICS - LATENT CENTROMERES AND NEOCENTROMERE FORMATION

      American journal of human genetics
    46. SATO M; APOSTOLOVA MD; HAMAYA M; YAMAKI J; CHOO KHA; MICHALSKA AE; KODAMA N; TOHYAMA C
      SUSCEPTIBILITY OF METALLOTHIONEIN-NULL MICE TO PARAQUAT

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    47. PAGE SL; SHIN JC; HAN JY; CHOO KHA; SHAFFER LG
      BREAKPOINT DIVERSITY ILLUSTRATES DISTINCT MECHANISMS FOR ROBERTSONIANTRANSLOCATION FORMATION

      Human molecular genetics
    48. ZHENG H; LIU J; CHOO KHA; MICHALSKA AE; KLAASSEN CD
      METALLOTHIONEIN-I AND METALLOTHIONEIN-II KNOCK-OUT MICE ARE SENSITIVETO CADMIUM-INDUCED LIVER MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION OF C-JUN AND P53

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    49. LIU J; LIU YP; MICHALSKA AE; CHOO KHA; KLAASSEN CD
      DISTRIBUTION AND RETENTION OF CADMIUM IN METALLOTHIONEIN-I AND METALLOTHIONEIN-II NULL MICE

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    50. LIU J; LIU YP; MICHALSKA AE; CHOO KHA; KLAASSEN CD
      METALLOTHIONEIN PLAYS LESS OF A PROTECTIVE ROLE IN CADMIUM-METALLOTHIONEIN-INDUCED NEPHROTOXICITY THAN IN CADMIUM CHLORIDE-INDUCED HEPATOTOXICITY

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    51. PAGE SL; EARNSHAW WC; CHOO KHA; SHAFFER LG
      FURTHER EVIDENCE THAT CENP-C IS A NECESSARY COMPONENT OF ACTIVE CENTROMERES - STUDIES OF A DIC(X-15) WITH SIMULTANEOUS IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE AND FISH

      Human molecular genetics
    52. PHILCOX JC; COYLE P; MICHALSKA A; CHOO KHA; ROFE AM
      ENDOTOXIN-INDUCED INFLAMMATION DOES NOT CAUSE HEPATIC ZINC ACCUMULATION IN MICE LACKING METALLOTHIONEIN GENE-EXPRESSION

      Biochemical journal
    53. LAZO JS; KONDO Y; DELLAPIAZZA D; MICHALSKA AE; CHOO KHA; PITT BR
      ENHANCED SENSITIVITY TO OXIDATIVE STRESS IN CULTURED EMBRYONIC-CELLS FROM TRANSGENIC MICE DEFICIENT IN METALLOTHIONEIN-I AND METALLOTHIONEIN-II GENES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    54. KONDO Y; WOO ES; MICHALSKA AE; CHOO KHA; LAZO JS
      METALLOTHIONEIN NULL-CELLS HAVE INCREASED SENSITIVITY TO ANTICANCER DRUGS

      Cancer research
    55. SHIN JC; PAGE SL; HAN JY; CHOO KHA; SHAFFER LG
      EVIDENCE FROM BREAKPOINT LOCALIZATION FOR CHROMOSOME-DEPENDENT MECHANISMS OF ROBERTSONIAN TRANSLOCATION FORMATION

      American journal of human genetics
    56. GAFF C; DUSART D; KALITSIS P; IANNELLO R; NAGY A; CHOO KHA
      A NOVEL NUCLEAR-PROTEIN BINDS CENTROMERIC ALPHA-SATELLITE DNA

      Human molecular genetics
    57. MICHALSKA AE; CHOO KHA
      TARGETED DISRUPTION OF THE METALLOTHIONEIN-I AND METALLOTHIONEIN-II GENES IN MOUSE

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    58. CHOO KHA; TROWELL HE; NAGY A
      LONG-RANGE MAP OF THE CENTROMERE AND P-ARM OF HUMAN-CHROMOSOME-14

      Cytogenetics and cell genetics
    59. DONNELLY AJ; CHOO KHA; KOZMAN HM; GEDEON AK; DANKS DM; MULLEY JC
      REGIONAL LOCALIZATION OF A NONSPECIFIC X-LINKED MENTAL-RETARDATION GENE (MRX19) TO XP22

      American journal of medical genetics
    60. HAN JY; CHOO KHA; SHAFFER LG
      MOLECULAR CYTOGENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF 17-ROB(13Q14Q) ROBERTSONIANTRANSLOCATIONS BY FISH, NARROWING THE REGION CONTAINING THE BREAKPOINTS

      American journal of human genetics
    61. SHAFFER LG; MCCASKILL C; HAN JY; CHOO KHA; CUTILLO DM; DONNENFELD AE; WEISS L; VANDYKE DL
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF DE-NOVO SECONDARY TRISOMY-13

      American journal of human genetics
    62. TROWELL HE; NAGY A; VISSEL B; CHOO KHA
      LONG-RANGE ANALYSES OF THE CENTROMERIC REGIONS OF HUMAN CHROMOSOME-13, CHROMOSOME-14 AND CHROMOSOME-21 - IDENTIFICATION OF A NARROW DOMAIN-CONTAINING 2 KEY CENTROMERIC DNA ELEMENTS

      Human molecular genetics
    63. SLATER HR; VOULLAIRE LE; VAUX CE; BANKIER A; PERTILE M; CHOO KHA
      CONFIRMATION OF TRISOMY-22 IN 2 CASES USING CHROMOSOME PAINTING - COMPARISON WITH T(11-22)

      American journal of medical genetics
    64. MICHALSKA AE; CHOO KHA
      TARGETING AND GERM-LINE TRANSMISSION OF A NULL MUTATION AT THE METALLOTHIONEIN I-LOCI AND II-LOCI IN MOUSE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    65. CHOO KHA; TROWELL HE; VISSEL B; NAGY A
      LONG-RANGE ANALYSES OF THE CENTROMERES OF HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 13, 14 AND21 - IDENTIFICATION OF A NARROW REGION CONTAINING 2 KEY CENTROMERIC DNA ELEMENTS

      American journal of human genetics
    66. DANKS DM; MICHALSKA A; CHOO KHA
      MICE WITH MTI AND MTII GENES DISRUPTED ARE HEALTHY AND FERTILE, BUT CADMIUM SENSITIVE

      American journal of human genetics
    67. VOULLAIRE LE; SLATER HR; PETROVIC V; CHOO KHA
      A FUNCTIONAL MARKER CENTROMERE WITH NO DETECTABLE ALPHA-SATELLITE, SATELLITE-III, OR CENP-B PROTEIN - ACTIVATION OF A LATENT CENTROMERE

      American journal of human genetics


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