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    1. Compton, DA
      In vitro approaches for the study of molecular motors in aster formation

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 67
    2. Mack, GJ; Compton, DA
      Analysis of mitotic microtubule-associated proteins using mass spectrometry identifies astrin, a spindle-associated protein

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    3. Levesque, AA; Compton, DA
      The chromokinesin Kid is necessary for chromosome arm orientation and oscillation, but not congression, on mitotic spindles

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    4. Gordon, MB; Howard, L; Compton, DA
      Chromosome movement in mitosis requires microtubule anchorage at spindle poles

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    5. Compton, DA
      Spindle assembly in animal cells

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Dionne, MA; Sanchez, A; Compton, DA
      ch-TOGp is required for microtubule aster formation in a mammalian mitoticextract

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Mountain, V; Compton, DA
      Dissecting the role of molecular motors in the mitotic spindle

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    8. Dionne, MA; Howard, L; Compton, DA
      NuMA is a component of an insoluble matrix at mitotic spindle poles

      CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON
    9. Ye, KQ; Compton, DA; Lai, MM; Walensky, LD; Snyder, SH
      Protein 4.1N binding to nuclear mitotic apparatus protein in PC12 cells mediates the antiproliferative actions of nerve growth factor

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Quintyne, NJ; Gill, SR; Eckley, DM; Crego, CL; Compton, DA; Schroer, TA
      Dynactin is required for microtubule anchoring at centrosomes

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    11. Mountain, V; Simerly, C; Howard, L; Ando, A; Schatten, G; Compton, DA
      The kinesin-related protein, HSET, opposes the activity of Eg5 and cross-links microtubules in the mammalian mitotic spindle

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    12. MOUNTAIN V; COMPTON DA
      THE KINESIN-RELATED PROTEIN, HSET, EXISTS IN MULTIPLE ISOFORMS IN VARIOUS CELL-TYPES AND IS INVOLVED IN FOCUSING MICROTUBULE MINUS ENDS AT SPINDLE POLES

      Molecular biology of the cell
    13. DIONNE M; HOWARD L; COMPTON DA
      NUMA IS A COMPONENT OF AN INSOLUBLE MATRIX AT MITOTIC SPINDLE POLES

      Molecular biology of the cell
    14. COMPTON DA
      FOCUSING ON SPINDLE POLES

      Journal of Cell Science
    15. GAGLIO T; DIONNE MA; COMPTON DA
      MITOTIC SPINDLE POLES ARE ORGANIZED BY STRUCTURAL AND MOTOR PROTEINS IN ADDITION TO CENTROSOMES

      Molecular biology of the cell
    16. MOUNTAIN V; DIONNE MA; COMPTON DA
      HSET, THE PUTATIVE HUMAN HOMOLOG OF THE MINUS END-DIRECTED KINESIN PROTEIN KAR3, IS REQUIRED FOR EFFICIENT ORGANIZATION OF THE MICROTUBULE MINUS ENDS INTO ASTER-LIKE MITOTIC ARRAYS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    17. COMPTON DA; EATON JK
      NEAR-WALL MEASUREMENTS IN A 3-DIMENSIONAL TURBULENT BOUNDARY-LAYER

      Journal of Fluid Mechanics
    18. SAREDI A; HOWARD L; COMPTON DA
      PHOSPHORYLATION REGULATES THE ASSEMBLY OF NUMA IN A MAMMALIAN MITOTICEXTRACT

      Journal of Cell Science
    19. GAGLIO T; DIONNE MA; COMPTON DA
      MITOTIC SPINDLE POLES ARE ORGANIZED BY STRUCTURAL AND MOTOR PROTEINS IN ADDITION TO CENTROSOMES

      The Journal of cell biology
    20. NAVARA CS; SIMERLY C; COMPTON DA; SCHATTEN G
      MATERNAL NUMA IS REQUIRED FOR NUCLEAR FORMATION AND ASTER ORGANIZATION DURING FERTILIZATION - NUMA REORGANIZATION IS MICROTUBULE INDEPENDENT

      Molecular biology of the cell
    21. SAREDI A; COMPTON DA
      SPONTANEOUS ASSEMBLY OF A NUMA-CONTAINING COMPLEX IN A CELL-FREE MITOTIC EXTRACT

      Molecular biology of the cell
    22. GAGLIO T; SAREDI A; GILL SR; BINGHAM JB; SCHROER TA; COMPTON DA
      OPPOSING MOTOR ACTIVITIES ARE REQUIRED FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE POLAR ENDS OF THE MAMMALIAN MITOTIC SPINDLE

      Molecular biology of the cell
    23. COMPTON DA; EATON JK
      A HIGH-RESOLUTION LASER-DOPPLER ANEMOMETER FOR 3-DIMENSIONAL TURBULENT BOUNDARY-LAYERS

      Experiments in fluids
    24. SAREDI A; HOWARD L; COMPTON DA
      NUMA ASSEMBLES INTO AN EXTENSIVE FILAMENTOUS STRUCTURE WHEN EXPRESSEDIN THE CELL CYTOPLASM

      Journal of Cell Science
    25. GAGLIO T; SAREDI A; BINGHAM JB; HASBANI MJ; GILL SR; SCHROER TA; COMPTON DA
      OPPOSING MOTOR ACTIVITIES ARE REQUIRED FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE MAMMALIAN MITOTIC SPINDLE POLE

      The Journal of cell biology
    26. GAGLIO T; SAREDI A; COMPTON DA
      NUMA IS REQUIRED FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF MICROTUBULES INTO ASTER-LIKERADIAL ARRAYS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    27. SAREDI AR; HOWARD L; COMPTON DA
      DYNAMIC MICROTUBULES INDUCE THE POLYMERIZATION OF NUMA INTO AN EXTENSIVE FILAMENTOUS STRUCTURE IN THE CELL CYTOPLASM

      Molecular biology of the cell
    28. COMPTON DA; LUO CH
      MUTATION OF THE PREDICTED P34(CDC2) PHOSPHORYLATION SITES IN NUMA IMPAIR THE ASSEMBLY OF THE MITOTIC SPINDLE AND BLOCK MITOSIS

      Journal of Cell Science
    29. GAGLIO T; SAREDI A; COMPTON DA
      NUMA IS REQUIRED FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF MICROTUBULES INTO ASTER-LIKEMITOTIC ARRAYS

      The Journal of cell biology
    30. COMPTON DA; CLEVELAND DW
      NUMA, A NUCLEAR-PROTEIN INVOLVED IN MITOSIS AND NUCLEAR REFORMATION

      Current opinion in cell biology
    31. COMPTON DA; COULOMBE PA; CLEVELAND DW
      NUMA, AN ABUNDANT NUCLEAR-PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR NORMAL CHROMOSOME SEGREGATION AND OR NUCLEAR REASSEMBLY/

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    32. LUDERUS MEE; DENBLAAUWEN JL; DESMIT OJB; COMPTON DA; VANDRIEL R
      BINDING OF MATRIX ATTACHMENT REGIONS TO LAMIN POLYMERS INVOLVES SINGLE-STRANDED REGIONS AND THE MINOR-GROOVE

      Molecular and cellular biology


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