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    1. Zelent, A; Guidez, F; Melnick, A; Waxman, S; Licht, JD
      Translocations of the RAR alpha gene in acute promyelocytic leukemia

      ONCOGENE
    2. Gobert, GN; Hueser, CN; Curran, EM; Sun, QY; Glinsky, VV; Welshons, WV; Eisenstark, A; Schatten, H
      Immunolocalization of NuMA and phosphorylated proteins during the cell cycle in human breast and prostate cancer cells as analyzed by immunofluorescence and postembedding immunoelectron microscopy

      HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    3. Yoshigaki, T
      Simulation of the mechanism of determining the position of the cleavage furrow in cytokinesis of sea urchin eggs

      MATHEMATICAL BIOSCIENCES
    4. Amir-Ahmady, B; Salati, LM
      Regulation of the processing of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase mRNA by nutritional status

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Hamaguchi, Y
      Displacement of the mitotic apparatus which induces ectopic polar body formation or parthenogenetic cleavage in starfish oocytes

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    6. Silver, RB
      LtB(4) evokes the calcium signal that initiates nuclear envelope breakdownthrough a multi-enzyme network in sand dollar (Echinaracnius parma) cells

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    7. Feister, HA; Onyia, JE; Miles, RR; Yang, X; Galvin, R; Hock, JM; Bidwell, JP
      The expression of the nuclear matrix proteins NuMA, topoisomerase II-alpha, and -beta in bone and osseous cell culture: Regulation by parathyroid hormone

      BONE
    8. Schatten, H; Hueser, CN; Chakrabarti, A
      From fertilization to cancer: The role of centrosomes in the union and separation of genomic material

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    9. Crozet, N; Dahirel, M; Chesne, P
      Centrosome inheritance in sheep zygotes: Centrioles are contributed by thesperm

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    10. Terasaki, M
      Dynamics of the endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus during early seaurchin development

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    11. Feister, HA; Torrungruang, K; Thunyakitpisal, P; Parker, GE; Rhodes, SJ; Bidwell, JP
      NP/NMP4 transcription factors have distinct osteoblast nuclear matrix subdomains

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    12. Shimizu, Y; Akashi, T; Okuda, A; Kikuchi, A; Fukui, K
      NBP1 (Nap1 Binding Protein 1), an essential gene for G2/M transition of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, encodes a protein of distinct sub-nuclear localization

      GENE
    13. Manandhar, G; Simerly, C; Schatten, G
      Highly degenerated distal centrioles in rhesus and human spermatozoa

      HUMAN REPRODUCTION
    14. Ye, KQ; Hurt, J; Wu, FY; Fang, M; Luo, HBR; Hong, JJ; Blackshaw, S; Ferris, CD; Snyder, SH
      PIKE: A nuclear GTPase that enhances PI3Kinase activity and is regulated by protein 4.1N

      CELL
    15. Manandhar, G; Simerly, C; Schatten, G
      Centrosome reduction during mammalian spermiogenesis

      CENTROSOME IN CELL REPLICATION AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT
    16. Henikoff, S; Ahmad, K; Platero, JS; van Steensel, B
      Heterochromatic deposition of centromeric histone H3-like proteins

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    17. Parker, GE; Sandoval, RM; Feister, HA; Bidwell, JP; Rhodes, SJ
      The homeodomain coordinates nuclear entry of the Lhx3 neuroendocrine transcription factor and association with the nuclear matrix

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Taimen, P; Viljamaa, N; Kallajoki, M
      Preferential expression of NuMA in the nuclei of proliferating cells

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    19. Herrera-Esparza, R; Avalos-Diaz, E; Barbosa-Cisneros, O
      Anti-NuMA antibodies: an uncommon specificity in scleroderma sera

      REVUE DU RHUMATISME
    20. Gindullis, F; Meier, I
      Matrix attachment region binding protein MFP1 is localized in discrete domains at the nuclear envelope

      PLANT CELL
    21. Hummel, JL; Wells, RA; Dube, ID; Licht, JD; Kamel-Reid, S
      Deregulation of NPM and PLZF in a variant t(5;17) case of acute promyelocytic leukemia

      ONCOGENE
    22. Silver, RB
      Imaging structured space-time patterns of Ca2+ signals: essential information for decisions in cell division

      FASEB JOURNAL
    23. 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
    24. Briggman, J; Genduso, R; Camara, C; Healy, B; Shapiro, K; Roos, R; Merrifield, S; Lifter, J; Wu, YJ; Elder, E; Talamonti, M
      NuMA: Evaluation of a new biomarker for the detection of low stage colorectal cancer

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    25. Hasholzner, U; Stieber, P; Zimmermann, A; Burges, A; Hofmann, K; Schmitt, UM; Schmeller, N; Schalhorn, A
      Nuclear mitotic apparatus protein (NuMA) in benign and malignant diseases

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    26. Kumagai, F; Hasezawa, S; Nagata, T
      Putative involvement of a 49 kDa protein in microtubule assembly in vitro

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    27. Sluder, G; Miller, FJ; Hinchcliffe, EH
      Using sea urchin gametes for the study of mitosis

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 61
    28. Nishida, H; Morokuma, J; Nishikata, T
      Maternal cytoplasmic factors for generation of unique cleavage patterns inanimal embryos

      CURRENT TOPICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 46
    29. Weisblat, DA; Huang, FZ; Isaksen, DE; Liu, NJL; Chang, P
      The other side of the embryo: An appreciation of the non-D quadrants in leech embryos

      CURRENT TOPICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 46
    30. Petzelt, C; Taschenberger, G; Schmehl, W; Kox, WJ
      Xenon-induced inhibition of Ca2+-regulated transitions in the cell cycle of human endothelial cells

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    31. Petzelt, C; Taschenberger, G; Schmehl, W; Hafner, M; Kox, WJ
      Xenon induces metaphase arrest in rat astrocytes

      LIFE SCIENCES
    32. Zatsepina, OV; Rousselet, A; Chan, PK; Olson, MOJ; Jordan, EG; Bornens, M
      The nucleolar phosphoprotein B23 redistributes in part to the spindle poles during mitosis

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    33. Clark, IB; Meyer, DI
      Overexpression of normal and mutant Arp1 alpha (centractin) differentiallyaffects microtubule organization during mitosis and interphase

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    34. Li, CJ; Heim, R; Lu, P; Pu, YM; Tsien, RY; Chang, DC
      Dynamic redistribution of calmodulin in HeLa cells during cell division asrevealed by a GFP-calmodulin fusion protein technique

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    35. Basu, J; Bousbaa, H; Logarinho, E; Li, ZX; Williams, BC; Lopes, C; Sunkel, CE; Goldberg, ML
      Mutations in the essential spindle checkpoint gene bub1 cause chromosome missegregation and fail to block apoptosis in Drosophila

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    36. Hyland, KM; Kingsbury, J; Koshland, D; Hieter, P
      Ctf19p: A novel kinetochore protein in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and a potential link between the kinetochore and mitotic spindle

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    37. Lee, L; Klee, SK; Evangelista, M; Boone, C; Pellman, D
      Control of mitotic spindle position by the Saccharomyces cerevisiae forminBni1p

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    38. Drummond, S; Ferrigno, P; Lyon, C; Murphy, J; Goldberg, M; Allen, T; Smythe, C; Hutchison, CJ
      Temporal differences in the appearance of NEP-B78 and an LBR-like protein during Xenopus nuclear envelope reassembly reflect the ordered recruitment of functionally discrete vesicle types

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    39. Nagasato, C; Motomura, T; Ichimura, T
      Influence of centriole behavior on the first spindle formation in zygotes of the brown alga Fucus distichus (Fucales, Phaeophyceae)

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    40. Melnick, A; Licht, JD
      Deconstructing a disease: RAR alpha, its fusion partners, and their roles in the pathogenesis of acute promyelocytic leukemia

      BLOOD
    41. TORRUNGRUANG K; FEISTER H; SWARTZ D; HANCOCK EB; HOCK J; BIDWELL JP
      PARATHYROID-HORMONE REGULATES THE EXPRESSION OF THE NUCLEAR MITOTIC APPARATUS PROTEIN IN THE OSTEOBLAST-LIKE CELLS, ROS-17 2.8/

      Bone
    42. Williams, DR; Macartney, DP; Thomas, CM
      The partitioning activity of the RK2 central control region requires only incC, korB and KorB-binding site O(B)3 but other KorB-binding sites form destabilizing complexes in the absence of O(B)3

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    43. WANG ZH; YAM GHF; TIAN XX; NG HK; DING MX; CHEWCHENG SB; CHEW EC
      COMPARISON OF NUCLEAR MATRIX PROTEINS BETWEEN EGFR-ANTISENSE TRANSFECTED AND UNTRANSFECTED GLIOBLASTOMA CELLS

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    44. TOROK K; WILDING M; GROIGNO L; PATEL R; WHITAKER M
      IMAGING THE SPATIAL DYNAMICS OF CALMODULIN ACTIVATION DURING MITOSIS

      Current biology
    45. NIKI H; HIRAGA S
      POLAR LOCALIZATION OF THE REPLICATION ORIGIN AND TERMINUS IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI NUCLEOIDS DURING CHROMOSOME PARTITIONING

      Genes & development
    46. GIANSANTI MG; BONACCORSI S; WILLIAMS B; WILLIAMS EV; SANTOLAMAZZA C; GOLDBERG ML; GATTI M
      COOPERATIVE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE CENTRAL SPINDLE AND THE CONTRACTILE RING DURING DROSOPHILA CYTOKINESIS

      Genes & development
    47. HAMAGUCHI Y
      DISPLACEMENT OF CLEAVAGE PLANE IN THE SEA-URCHIN EGG BY LOCALLY APPLIED TAXOL

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    48. VOS JW; HEPLER PK
      CALMODULIN IS UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED DURING CELL-DIVISION IN LIVING STAMEN HAIR-CELLS OF TRADESCANTIA-VIRGINIANA

      Protoplasma
    49. Denegre, JM; Valles, JM; Lin, K; Jordan, WB; Mowry, KL
      Cleavage planes in frog eggs are altered by strong magnetic fields

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    50. PEREZMONGIOVI D; CHANG P; HOULISTON E
      A PROPAGATED WAVE OF MPF ACTIVATION ACCOMPANIES SURFACE CONTRACTION WAVES AT FIRST MITOSIS IN XENOPUS

      Journal of Cell Science
    51. SODJA C; BROWN DL; WALKER PR; CHALY N
      SPLENIC T-LYMPHOCYTES DIE PREFERENTIALLY DURING HEAT-INDUCED APOPTOSIS - NUMA REORGANIZATION AS A MARKER

      Journal of Cell Science
    52. LALLENA MJ; MARTINEZ C; VALCARCEL J; CORREAS I
      FUNCTIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NUCLEAR-PROTEIN-4.1 WITH PRE-MESSENGER-RNA SPLICING FACTORS

      Journal of Cell Science
    53. MERDES A; CLEVELAND DW
      THE ROLE OF NUMA IN THE INTERPHASE NUCLEUS

      Journal of Cell Science
    54. IWAMATSU T
      STUDIES ON FERTILIZATION IN THE TELEOST - I - DYNAMIC-RESPONSES OF FERTILIZED MEDAKA EGGS

      Development, growth & differentiation
    55. SHIMIZU T; ISHII R; TAKAHASHI H
      UNEQUAL CLEAVAGE IN THE EARLY TUBIFEX EMBRYO

      Development, growth & differentiation
    56. GLOTZER M
      THE MECHANISM AND CONTROL OF CYTOKINESIS

      Current opinion in cell biology
    57. HENSON JH; COLE DG; ROESENER CD; CAPUANO S; MENDOLA RJ; SCHOLEY JM
      THE HETEROTRIMERIC MOTOR PROTEIN KINESIN-II LOCALIZES TO THE MIDPIECEAND FLAGELLUM OF SEA-URCHIN AND SAND DOLLAR SPERM

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    58. SODJA C; WALKER PR; BROWN DL; CHALY N
      UNIQUE BEHAVIOR OF NUMA DURING HEAT-INDUCED APOPTOSIS OF LYMPHOCYTES

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    59. SATHANANTHAN AH
      MITOSIS IN THE HUMAN EMBRYO - THE VITAL ROLE OF THE SPERM CENTROSOME (CENTRIOLE)

      Histology and histopathology
    60. OEGEMA K; MITCHISON TJ
      RAPPAPORT RULES - CLEAVAGE FURROW INDUCTION IN ANIMAL-CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    61. SONG H; GOLOVKIN M; REDDY ASN; ENDOW SA
      IN-VITRO MOTILITY OF ATKCBP, A CALMODULIN-BINDING KINESIN PROTEIN OF ARABIDOPSIS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    62. LALLENA MJ; CORREAS I
      TRANSCRIPTION-DEPENDENT REDISTRIBUTION OF NUCLEAR-PROTEIN-4.1 TO SC35-ENRICHED NUCLEAR DOMAINS

      Journal of Cell Science
    63. MORRIS RL; SCHOLEY JM
      HETEROTRIMERIC KINESIN-II IS REQUIRED FOR THE ASSEMBLY OF MOTILE 9-URCHIN EMBRYOS(2 CILIARY AXONEMES ON SEA)

      The Journal of cell biology
    64. FUJIMOTO H; MABUCHI I
      ISOLATION OF CLEAVAGE FURROWS FROM EGGS OF REGULAR SEA-URCHINS AND IDENTIFICATION OF FURROW-SPECIFIC PROTEINS

      Journal of Biochemistry
    65. GUERRERO AL; GONZALEZ C; CACHO J; NAVAJO JA
      ACUTE LUPIC ENCEPHALITIS ASSOCIATED WITH SERUM ANTI-NUMA ANTIBODIES

      Revista Clinica Espanola
    66. YAMAMOTO K
      A METAPHASE PAUSE - HORMONE-INDUCED MATURATION PROGRESSES THROUGH A LONG PAUSE AT THE FIRST MEIOTIC METAPHASE IN OOCYTES OF THE STARFISH, PISASTER OCHRACEUS

      Development, growth & differentiation
    67. TAKAHASHI H; SHIMIZU T
      ROLE OF INTERCELLULAR CONTACTS IN GENERATING AN ASYMMETRIC MITOTIC APPARATUS IN THE TUBIFEX EMBRYO

      Development, growth & differentiation
    68. RAPPAPORT R
      CLEAVAGE FURROW ESTABLISHMENT BY THE MOVING MITOTIC APPARATUS

      Development, growth & differentiation
    69. SILVER RB; STRONGIN DE; HURWITZ LR; REEVES AP
      IDENTIFICATION OF PHOSPHOLIPASE A(2) AND PHOSPHOLIPASE-C ACTIVITIES IN CALCIUM REGULATORY ENDOMEMBRANES OF SAND DOLLAR CELLS

      The Biological bulletin
    70. PIETROMONACO SF; SELUJA GA; AITKEN A; ELIAS L
      ASSOCIATION OF 14-3-3-PROTEIN WITH CENTROSOMES

      Blood cells, molecules, & diseases
    71. CAO LG; WANG YL
      SIGNALS FROM THE SPINDLE MIDZONE ARE REQUIRED FOR THE STIMULATION OF CYTOKINESIS IN CULTURED EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    72. CHERNAJOVSKY Y; BROWN A; CLARK J
      HUMAN KINESIN LIGHT (BETA)-CHAIN GENE - DNA-SEQUENCE AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF ITS PROMOTER AND FIRST EXON

      DNA and cell biology
    73. FECHTER J; SCHONEBERG A; SCHATTEN G
      EXCISION AND DISASSEMBLY OF SPERM TAIL MICROTUBULES DURING SEA-URCHINFERTILIZATION - REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROTUBULE DYNAMICS

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    74. JOHANSEN KM; JOHANSEN J; BAEK KH; JIN Y
      REMODELING OF NUCLEAR ARCHITECTURE DURING THE CELL-CYCLE IN DROSOPHILA EMBRYOS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    75. MANCINI MA; HE DC; OUSPENSKI II; BRINKLEY BR
      DYNAMIC CONTINUITY OF NUCLEAR AND MITOTIC MATRIX PROTEINS IN THE CELL-CYCLE

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    76. JOHANSEN KM
      DYNAMIC REMODELING OF NUCLEAR ARCHITECTURE DURING THE CELL-CYCLE

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    77. SATHANATHAN AH; RATNAM SS; NG SC; TARIN JJ; GIANAROLI L; TROUNSON A
      THE SPERM CENTRIOLE - ITS INHERITANCE, REPLICATION AND PERPETUATION IN EARLY HUMAN EMBRYOS

      Human reproduction
    78. KOCHENDORFER U; STAMMBERGER I; MAYER D; SCHWANITZ G
      A NEW POSSIBLE PARAMETER FOR THE DETECTION OF ANEUPLOIDY INDUCING SUBSTANCES - THE ANALYSIS OF QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE ABNORMALITIES OF THE SPINDLE APPARATUS

      Mutation research. Section on environmental mutagenesis and related subjects
    79. FISHER DD; GILROY S; CYR RJ
      EVIDENCE FOR OPPOSING EFFECTS OF CALMODULIN ON CORTICAL MICROTUBULES

      Plant physiology
    80. SAREDI A; HOWARD L; COMPTON DA
      NUMA ASSEMBLES INTO AN EXTENSIVE FILAMENTOUS STRUCTURE WHEN EXPRESSEDIN THE CELL CYTOPLASM

      Journal of Cell Science
    81. BRISCH E; DAGGETT MAF; SUPRENANT KA
      CELL CYCLE-DEPENDENT PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE 77 KDA ECHINODERM MICROTUBULE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN (EMAP) IN-VIVO AND ASSOCIATION WITH THE P34(CDC2) KINASE

      Journal of Cell Science
    82. WEAVER VM; CARSON CE; WALKER PR; CHALY N; LACH B; RAYMOND Y; BROWN DL; SIKORSKA M
      DEGRADATION OF NUCLEAR MATRIX AND DNA CLEAVAGE IN APOPTOTIC THYMOCYTES

      Journal of Cell Science
    83. WILDING M; WRIGHT EM; PATEL R; ELLISDAVIES G; WHITAKER M
      LOCAL PERINUCLEAR CALCIUM SIGNALS ASSOCIATED WITH MITOSIS-ENTRY IN EARLY SEA-URCHIN EMBRYOS

      The Journal of cell biology
    84. WEDAMAN KP; MEYER DW; RASHID DJ; COLE DG; SCHOLEY JM
      SEQUENCE AND SUBMOLECULAR LOCALIZATION OF THE 115-KD ACCESSORY SUBUNIT OF THE HETEROTRIMERIC KINESIN-II (KRP(85 95)) COMPLEX/

      The Journal of cell biology
    85. ARGUELLO F; STERRY JA; ZHAO YZ; ALEXANDER MRA; SHOEMAKER RH; COHEN HJ
      SEROLOGIC MARKERS TO MONITOR THE ENGRAFTMENT, GROWTH, AND TREATMENT RESPONSE OF HUMAN LEUKEMIAS IN SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNODEFICIENT MICE

      Blood
    86. WHITEHEAD CM; WINKFEIN RJ; FRITZLER MJ; RATTNER JB
      THE SPINDLE KINESIN-LIKE PROTEIN HSEG5 IS AN AUTOANTIGEN IN SYSTEMIC LUPUS-ERYTHEMATOSUS

      Arthritis and rheumatism
    87. QUAGIOGRASSIOTTO I; LELLO E
      SPINDLE MEMBRANES DURING SPERMATOGENESIS IN DERMATOBIA-HOMINIS (DIPTERA, CUTEREBRIDAE)

      Journal of submicroscopic cytology and pathology
    88. KREIMER DI; KHOTIMCHENKO YS
      CYTOPLASM CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEINS OF GERM-CELLS AND EMBRYOS OF THE SEA-URCHIN

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    89. PIETROMONACO SF; SELUJA GA; ELIAS L
      IDENTIFICATION OF ENZYMATICALLY ACTIVE CA2+ CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE IN CENTROSOMES OF HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS/

      Blood cells, molecules, & diseases
    90. WOLF KW
      THE INTRASPINDLE MEMBRANE SYSTEM OF METAPHASE-II SPERMATOCYTES IN PHRAGMATOBIA-FULIGINOSA (LEPIDOPTERA, ARCTIIDAE) APPEARS TO FORM A CONTINUUM

      Journal of structural biology
    91. SOBEL JS; PINTOCORREIA C; GOLDSTEIN EG
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN M(R)60,000 POLYPEPTIDE UNIQUE TO THE MEIOTIC SPINDLE OF THE MOUSE OOCYTE

      Molecular reproduction and development
    92. WOLF KW
      SPINDLE MEMBRANES AND SPINDLE ARCHITECTURE IN INVERTEBRATES

      Micron
    93. CLEVELAND DW
      NUMA - A PROTEIN INVOLVED IN NUCLEAR-STRUCTURE, SPINDLE ASSEMBLY, ANDNUCLEAR RE-FORMATION

      Trends in cell biology
    94. SNYDER JA; COHEN L
      CYTOCHALASIN-J AFFECTS CHROMOSOME CONGRESSION AND SPINDLE MICROTUBULEORGANIZATION IN PTK1 CELLS

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    95. LIU B; JOSHI HC; PALEVITZ BA
      EXPERIMENTAL MANIPULATION OF GAMMA-TUBULIN DISTRIBUTION IN ARABIDOPSIS USING ANTI-MICROTUBULE DRUGS

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    96. KINGSMITH C; BOSTUSINGER L; BURNSIDE B
      EXPRESSION OF KINESIN HEAVY-CHAIN ISOFORMS IN RETINAL-PIGMENT EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    97. YE XJ; SLOBODA RD
      A 62-KDA MITOTIC APPARATUS PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR MITOTIC PROGRESSION IS SEQUESTERED TO THE INTERPHASE NUCLEUS BY ASSOCIATING WITH THE CHROMOSOMES DURING ANAPHASE

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    98. OLSEN OA; BROWN RC; LEMMON BE
      PATTERN AND PROCESS OF WALL FORMATION IN DEVELOPING ENDOSPERM

      BioEssays
    99. HARBORTH J; WEBER K; OSBORN M
      EPITOPE MAPPING AND DIRECT VISUALIZATION OF THE PARALLEL, IN-REGISTERARRANGEMENT OF THE DOUBLE-STRANDED COILED-COIL IN THE NUMA PROTEIN

      EMBO journal
    100. IOSHII SO; YOSHIDA T; IMANAKAYOSHIDA K; IZUTSU K
      DISTRIBUTION OF A CA2- AN IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDY USING AN ANTIBODY AGAINST CALRETICULIN( STORING SITE IN PTK2 CELLS DURING INTERPHASE ANDMITOSIS )

      European journal of cell biology


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