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    1. Cosma, MP; Panizza, S; Nasmyth, K
      Cdk1 triggers association of RNA polymerase to cell cycle promoters only after recruitment of the mediator by SBF

      MOLECULAR CELL
    2. Siomos, MF; Badrinath, A; Pasierbek, P; Livingstone, D; White, J; Glotzer, M; Nasmyth, K
      Separase is required for chromosome segregation during meiosis I in Caenorhabditis elegans

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    3. Rabitsch, KP; Toth, A; Galova, M; Schleiffer, A; Schaffner, G; Aigner, E; Rupp, C; Penkner, AM; Moreno-Borchart, AC; Primig, M; Esposito, RE; Klein, F; Knop, M; Nasmyth, K
      A screen for genes required for meiosis and spore formation based on whole-genome expression

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    4. Sjogren, C; Nasmyth, K
      Sister chromatid cohesion is required for postreplicative double-strand break repair in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    5. Pereira, G; Tanaka, TU; Nasmyth, K; Schiebel, E
      Modes of spindle pole body inheritance and segregation of the Bfa1p-Bub2p checkpoint protein complex

      EMBO JOURNAL
    6. Alexandru, G; Uhlmann, F; Mechtler, K; Poupart, MA; Nasmyth, K
      Phosphorylation of the cohesin subunit Scc1 by Polo/Cdc5 kinase regulates sister chromatid separation in yeast

      CELL
    7. Nasmyth, K; Schweizer, D
      Exciting future planned for birthplace of genetics

      NATURE
    8. Rao, H; Uhlmann, F; Nasmyth, K; Varshavsky, A
      Degradation of a cohesin subunit by the N-end rule pathway is essential for chromosome stability

      NATURE
    9. Tanaka, T; Fuchs, J; Loidl, J; Nasmyth, K
      Cohesin ensures bipolar attachment of microtubules to sister centromeres and resists their precocious separation

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    10. Ciosk, R; Shirayama, M; Shevchenko, A; Tanaka, T; Toth, A; Shevchenko, A; Nasmyth, K
      Cohesin's binding to chromosomes depends on a separate complex consisting of Scc2 and Scc4 proteins

      MOLECULAR CELL
    11. Panizza, S; Tanaka, T; Hochwagen, A; Eisenhaber, F; Nasmyth, K
      Pds5 cooperates with cohesin in maintaining sister chromatid cohesion

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    12. Tomonaga, T; Nagao, K; Kawasaki, Y; Furuya, K; Murakami, A; Morishita, J; Yuasa, T; Sutani, T; Kearsey, SE; Uhlmann, F; Nasmyth, K; Yanagida, M
      Characterization of fission yeast cohesin: essential anaphase proteolysis of Rad21 phosphorylated in the S phase

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    13. Toth, A; Rabitsch, KP; Galova, M; Schleiffer, A; Buonomo, SBC; Nasmyth, K
      Functional genomics identifies Monopolin: A kinetochore protein required for segregation of homologs during meiosis I

      CELL
    14. Uhlmann, F; Wernic, D; Poupart, MA; Koonin, EV; Nasmyth, K
      Cleavage of cohesin by the CD clan protease separin triggers anaphase in yeast

      CELL
    15. Buonomo, SBC; Clyne, RK; Fuchs, J; Loidl, J; Uhlmann, F; Nasmyth, K
      Disjunction of homologous chromosomes in meiosis I depends on proteolytic cleavage of the meiotic cohesin Rec8 by separin

      CELL
    16. Nasmyth, K; Peters, LM; Uhlmann, F
      Splitting the chromosome: Cutting the ties that bind sister chromatids

      SCIENCE
    17. Salah, SM; Nasmyth, K
      Destruction of the securin Pds1p occurs at the onset of anaphase during both meiotic divisions in yeast

      CHROMOSOMA
    18. Nasmyth, K
      The IMP and European molecular biology: Moving the centre eastwards

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Nasmyth, K
      Separating sister chromatids

      TRENDS IN BIOCHEMICAL SCIENCES
    20. Gonzalez, I; Buonomo, SBC; Nasmyth, K; von Ahsen, U
      ASH1 mRNA localization in yeast involves multiple secondary structural elements and Ash1 protein translation

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    21. Toth, A; Ciosk, R; Uhlmann, F; Galova, M; Schleiffer, A; Nasmyth, K
      Yeast Cohesin complex requires a conserved protein, Eco1p(Ctf7), to establish cohesion between sister chromatids during DNA replication

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    22. Zachariae, W; Nasmyth, K
      Whose end is destruction: cell division and the anaphase-promoting complex

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    23. Seol, JH; Feldman, RMR; Zachariae, W; Shevchenko, A; Correll, CC; Lyapina, S; Chi, Y; Galova, M; Claypool, J; Sandmeyer, S; Nasmyth, K; Shevchenko, A; Deshaies, RJ
      Cdc53/cullin and the essential Hrt1 RING-H2 subunit of SCF define a ubiquitin ligase module that activates the E2 enzyme Cdc34

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    24. Knop, M; Siegers, K; Pereira, G; Zachariae, W; Winsor, B; Nasmyth, K; Schiebel, E
      Epitope tagging of yeast genes using a PCR-based strategy: More tags and improved practical routines

      YEAST
    25. Alexandru, G; Zachariae, W; Schleiffer, A; Nasmyth, K
      Sister chromatid separation and chromosome re-duplication are regulated bydifferent mechanisms in response to spindle damage

      EMBO JOURNAL
    26. Tanaka, T; Cosma, MP; Wirth, K; Nasmyth, K
      Identification of cohesin association sites at centromeres and along chromosome arms

      CELL
    27. Klein, F; Mahr, P; Galova, M; Buonomo, SBC; Michaelis, C; Nairz, K; Nasmyth, K
      A central role for cohesions in sister chromatid cohesion, formation of axial elements, and recombination during yeast meiosis

      CELL
    28. Cosma, MP; Tanaka, T; Nasmyth, K
      Ordered recruitment of transcription and chromatin remodeling factors to acell cycle- and developmentally regulated promoter

      CELL
    29. Shirayama, M; Toth, A; Galova, M; Nasmyth, K
      APC(Cdc20) promotes exit from mitosis by destroying the anaphase inhibitorPds1 and cyclin Clb5

      NATURE
    30. Uhlmann, F; Lottspeich, F; Nasmyth, K
      Sister-chromatid separation at anaphase onset is promoted by cleavage of the cohesin subunit Scc1

      NATURE
    31. Novak, B; Toth, A; Csikasz-Nagy, A; Gyorffy, B; Tyson, JJ; Nasmyth, K
      Finishing the cell cycle

      JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
    32. Grossberger, R; Gieffers, C; Zachariae, W; Podtelejnikova, AV; Schleiffer, A; Nasmyth, K; Mann, M; Peters, JM
      Characterization of the DOC1/APC10 subunit of the yeast and the human anaphase-promoting complex

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    33. Novak, B; Csikasz-Nagy, A; Gyorffy, B; Nasmyth, K; Tyson, JJ
      Model scenarios for evolution of the eukaryotic cell cycle

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    34. UHLMANN F; NASMYTH K
      COHESION BETWEEN SISTER CHROMATIDS MUST BE ESTABLISHED DURING DNA-REPLICATION

      Current biology
    35. SHIRAYAMA M; ZACHARIAE W; CIOSK R; NASMYTH K
      THE POLO-LIKE KINASE CDC5P AND THE WD-REPEAT PROTEIN CDC2OP FIZZY AREREGULATORS AND SUBSTRATES OF THE ANAPHASE PROMOTING COMPLEX IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE/

      EMBO journal
    36. TANAKA T; NASMYTH K
      ASSOCIATION OF RPA WITH CHROMOSOMAL REPLICATION ORIGINS REQUIRES AN MCM PROTEIN, AND IS REGULATED BY RAD53, AND CYCLIN-DEPENDENT AND DBF4-DEPENDENT KINASES

      EMBO journal (Print)
    37. CIOSK R; ZACHARIAE W; MICHAELIS C; SHEVCHENKO A; MANN M; NASMYTH K
      AN ESP1 PDS1 COMPLEX REGULATES LOSS OF SISTER-CHROMATID COHESION AT THE METAPHASE TO ANAPHASE TRANSITION IN YEAST/

      Cell
    38. IRNIGER S; PIATTI S; MICHAELIS C; NASMYTH K
      GENES INVOLVED IN SISTER-CHROMATID SEPARATION ARE NEEDED FOR B-TYPE CYCLIN PROTEOLYSIS IN BUDDING YEAST (VOL 81, PG 269, 1995)

      Cell
    39. ZACHARIAE W; SCHWAB M; NASMYTH K; SEUFERT W
      CONTROL OF CYCLIN UBIQUITINATION BY CDK-REGULATED BINDING OF HCT1 TO THE ANAPHASE PROMOTING COMPLEX

      Science
    40. ZACHARIAE W; SHEVCHENKO A; ANDREWS PD; CIOSK R; GALOVA M; STARK MJR; MANN M; NASMYTH K
      MASS-SPECTROMETRIC ANALYSIS OF THE ANAPHASE-PROMOTING COMPLEX FROM YEAST - IDENTIFICATION OF A SUBUNIT RELATED TO CULLINS

      Science
    41. XU RM; KOCH C; LIU Y; HORTON JR; KNAPP D; NASMYTH K; CHENG XD
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE DNA-BINDING DOMAIN OF MBP1, A TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR IMPORTANT IN CELL-CYCLE CONTROL OF DNA-SYNTHESIS

      Structure
    42. HUNT T; NASMYTH K
      CELL MULTIPLICATION - OVERVIEW

      Current opinion in cell biology
    43. NASMYTH K; JANSEN RP
      THE CYTOSKELETON IN MESSENGER-RNA LOCALIZATION AND CELL-DIFFERENTIATION

      Current opinion in cell biology
    44. MCBRIDE HJ; BRAZAS RM; YU YX; NASMYTH K; STILLMAN DJ
      LONG-RANGE INTERACTIONS AT THE HO PROMOTER

      Molecular and cellular biology
    45. PICHLER S; PIATTI S; NASMYTH K
      IS THE YEAST ANAPHASE PROMOTING COMPLEX NEEDED TO PREVENT RE-REPLICATION DURING G(2)-PHASE AND M-PHASE

      EMBO journal
    46. NASMYTH K
      REGULATING THE DUPLICATION AND SEGREGATION OF CHROMOSOMES IN YEAST

      European journal of cell biology
    47. MICHAELIS C; CIOSK R; NASMYTH K
      COHESINS - CHROMOSOMAL-PROTEINS THAT PREVENT PREMATURE SEPARATION OF SISTER CHROMATIDS

      Cell
    48. TANAKA T; KNAPP D; NASMYTH K
      LOADING OF AN MCM PROTEIN ONTO DNA-REPLICATION ORIGINS IS REGULATED BY CDC6P AND CDK

      Cell
    49. LONG RM; SINGER RH; MENG XH; GONZALEZ I; NASMYTH K; JANSEN RP
      MATING-TYPE SWITCHING IN YEAST CONTROLLED BY ASYMMETRIC LOCALIZATION OF ASH1 MESSENGER-RNA

      Science
    50. IRNIGER S; NASMYTH K
      THE ANAPHASE-PROMOTING COMPLEX IS REQUIRED IN G(1) ARRESTED YEAST-CELLS TO INHIBIT B-TYPE CYCLIN ACCUMULATION AND TO PREVENT UNCONTROLLED ENTRY INTO S-PHASE

      Journal of Cell Science
    51. ZACHARIAE W; NASMYTH K
      TPR PROTEINS REQUIRED FOR ANAPHASE PROGRESSION MEDIATE UBIQUITINATIONOF MITOTIC B-TYPE CYCLINS IN YEAST

      Molecular biology of the cell
    52. MICHAELIS C; KLEIN F; NASMYTH K
      SISTER-CHROMATID COHESION IN BUDDING YEAST

      Molecular biology of the cell
    53. LONG RM; JANSEN RP; GONZALES I; NASMYTH K; SINGER RH
      ASYMMETRIC LOCALIZATION OF ASH1 MESSENGER-RNA IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE AS DETERMINED BY FLUORESCENT IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      Molecular biology of the cell
    54. NASMYTH K
      A HOMAGE TO GIARDIA

      Current biology
    55. KOCH C; SCHLEIFFER A; AMMERER G; NASMYTH K
      SWITCHING TRANSCRIPTION ON AND OFF DURING THE YEAST-CELL CYCLE - CLN CDC28 KINASES ACTIVATE BOUND TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR SBF (SWI4/SWI6) AT START, WHEREAS CLB/CDC28 KINASES DISPLACE IT FROM THE PROMOTER IN G(2)/

      Genes & development
    56. PIATTI S; BOHM T; COCKER JH; DIFFLEY JFX; NASMYTH K
      ACTIVATION OF S-PHASE-PROMOTING CDKS IN LATE G(1) DEFINES A POINT-OF-NO-RETURN AFTER WHICH CDC6 SYNTHESIS CANNOT PROMOTE DNA-REPLICATION INYEAST

      Genes & development
    57. KOVACECH B; NASMYTH K; SCHUSTER T
      EGT2 GENE-TRANSCRIPTION IS INDUCED PREDOMINANTLY BY SWI5 IN EARLY G(1)

      Molecular and cellular biology
    58. KNAPP D; BHOITE L; STILLMAN DJ; NASMYTH K
      THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR SWI5 REGULATES EXPRESSION OF THE CYCLIN KINASE INHIBITOR P40(SIC1)

      Molecular and cellular biology
    59. NASMYTH K
      AT THE HEART OF THE BUDDING YEAST-CELL CYCLE

      Trends in genetics
    60. JANSEN RP; DOWZER C; MICHAELIS C; GALOVA M; NASMYTH K
      MOTHER CELL-SPECIFIC HO EXPRESSION IN BUDDING YEAST DEPENDS ON THE UNCONVENTIONAL MYOSIN MYO4P AND OTHER CYTOPLASMIC PROTEINS

      Cell
    61. BOBOLA N; JANSEN RP; SHIN TH; NASMYTH K
      ASYMMETRIC ACCUMULATION OF ASH1P IN POSTANAPHASE NUCLEI DEPENDS ON A MYOSIN AND RESTRICTS YEAST MATING-TYPE SWITCHING TO MOTHER CELLS

      Cell
    62. SCHWOB E; BOHM T; MENDENHALL MD; NASMYTH K
      THE B-TYPE CYCLIN KINASE INHIBITOR P40(SIC1) CONTROLS THE G1 TO S TRANSITION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE (VOL 79, PG 233, 1994)

      Cell
    63. NASMYTH K
      VIEWPOINT - PUTTING THE CELL-CYCLE IN ORDER

      Science
    64. ZACHARIAE W; SHIN TH; GALOVA M; OBERMAIER B; NASMYTH K
      IDENTIFICATION OF SUBUNITS OF THE ANAPHASE-PROMOTING COMPLEX OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Science
    65. NASMYTH K
      RETINOBLASTOMA PROTEIN - ANOTHER ROLE ROLLS IN

      Nature
    66. COCKER JH; PIATTI S; SANTOCANALE C; NASMYTH K; DIFFLEY JFX
      AN ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR THE CDC6 PROTEIN IN FORMING THE PRE-REPLICATIVECOMPLEXES OF BUDDING YEAST

      Nature
    67. DOLZNIG H; BARTUNEK P; NASMYTH K; MULLNER EW; BEUG H
      TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION OF NORMAL CHICKEN ERYTHROID PROGENITORS - SHORTENING OF G(1) CORRELATES WITH LOSS OF D-CYCLIN CDK4 EXPRESSION AND ALTERED CELL-SIZE CONTROL/

      Cell growth & differentiation
    68. NASMYTH K
      EVOLUTION OF THE CELL-CYCLE

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    69. CVRCKOVA F; DEVIRGILIO C; MANSER E; PRINGLE JR; NASMYTH K
      STE20-LIKE PROTEIN-KINASES ARE REQUIRED FOR NORMAL LOCALIZATION OF CELL-GROWTH AND FOR CYTOKINESIS IN BUDDING YEAST

      Genes & development
    70. MAHER M; CONG F; KINDELBERGER D; NASMYTH K; DALTON S
      CELL-CYCLE-REGULATED TRANSCRIPTION OF THE CLB2 GENE IS DEPENDENT ON MCM1 AND A TERNARY COMPLEX FACTOR

      Molecular and cellular biology
    71. DIRICK L; BOHM T; NASMYTH K
      ROLES AND REGULATION OF CLN-CDC28 KINASES AT THE START OF THE CELL-CYCLE OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      EMBO journal
    72. PIATTI S; LENGAUER C; NASMYTH K
      CDC6 IS AN UNSTABLE PROTEIN WHOSE DE-NOVO SYNTHESIS IN G(1) IS IMPORTANT FOR THE ONSET OF S-PHASE AND FOR PREVENTING A REDUCTIONAL ANAPHASEIN THE BUDDING YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      EMBO journal
    73. IRNIGER S; PIATTI S; MICHAELIS C; NASMYTH K
      GENES INVOLVED IN SISTER-CHROMATID SEPARATION ARE NEEDED FOR B-TYPE CYCLIN PROTEOLYSIS IN BUDDING YEAST

      Cell
    74. JANS DA; MOLL T; NASMYTH K; JANS P
      CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE SITE-REGULATED SIGNAL-DEPENDENT NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION OF THE SWI5 YEAST TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    75. KOCH C; NASMYTH K
      CELL-CYCLE-REGULATED TRANSCRIPTION IN YEAST

      Current opinion in cell biology
    76. NASMYTH K
      REGULATING THE CDC28 PROTEIN-KINASE IN THE BUDDING YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE - FROM START TO FINISH

      The FASEB journal
    77. ZHU Y; TAKEDA T; NASMYTH K; JONES N
      PCT1(-BINDING PARTNER OF P85(CDC10), IS REQUIRED FOR MEIOSIS IN THE FISSION YEAST SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE(), WHICH ENCODES A NEW DNA)

      Genes & development
    78. SCHWOB E; BOHM T; MENDENHALL MD; NASMYTH K
      THE B-TYPE CYCLIN KINASE INHIBITOR P40(SIC1) CONTROLS THE G1 TO S TRANSITION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Cell
    79. AMON A; IRNIGER S; NASMYTH K
      CLOSING THE CELL-CYCLE CIRCLE IN YEAST - G2 CYCLIN PROTEOLYSIS INITIATED AT MITOSIS PERSISTS UNTIL THE ACTIVATION OF G1 CYCLINS IN THE NEXTCYCLE

      Cell
    80. MOLL T; SCHWOB E; KOCH C; MOORE A; AUER H; NASMYTH K
      TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IMPORTANT FOR STARTING THE CELL-CYCLE IN YEAST

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    81. SCHWOB E; NASMYTH K
      CLB5 AND CLB6, A NEW PAIR OF B-CYCLINS INVOLVED IN DNA-REPLICATION INSACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Genes & development
    82. SURANA U; AMON A; DOWZER C; MCGREW J; BYERS B; NASMYTH K
      DESTRUCTION OF THE CDC28 CLB MITOTIC KINASE IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THE METAPHASE TO ANAPHASE TRANSITION IN BUDDING YEAST

      EMBO journal
    83. CVRCKOVA F; NASMYTH K
      YEAST G(1) CYCLINS CLN1 AND CLN2 AND A GAP-LIKE PROTEIN HAVE A ROLE IN BUD FORMATION

      EMBO journal
    84. AMON A; TYERS M; FUTCHER B; NASMYTH K
      MECHANISMS THAT HELP THE YEAST-CELL CYCLE CLOCK TICK - G2 CYCLINS TRANSCRIPTIONALLY ACTIVATE G2 CYCLINS AND REPRESS G1 CYCLINS

      Cell
    85. KOCH C; MOLL T; NEUBERG M; AHORN H; NASMYTH K
      A ROLE FOR THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS MBP1 AND SWI4 IN PROGRESSION FROM G1 TO S-PHASE

      Science
    86. NASMYTH K; HUNT T
      CELL-CYCLE - DAMS AND SLUICES

      Nature
    87. MICKLEM G; ROWLEY A; HARWOOD J; NASMYTH K; DIFFLEY JFX
      YEAST ORIGIN RECOGNITION COMPLEX IS INVOLVED IN DNA-REPLICATION AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL SILENCING

      Nature


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