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    1. Prescott, AR; Farmaki, T; Thomson, C; James, J; Paccaud, JP; Tang, BL; Hong, WJ; Quinn, M; Ponnambalam, S; Lucocq, J
      Evidence for prebudding arrest of ER export in animal cell mitosis and itsrole in generating golgi partitioning intermediates

      TRAFFIC
    2. Gerald, NJ; Damer, CK; O'Halloran, TJ; De Lozanne, A
      Cytokinesis failure in clathrin-minus cells is caused by cleavage furrow instability

      CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON
    3. Fresu, M; Bianchi, M; Parsons, JT; Villa-Moruzzi, E
      Cell-cycle-dependent association of protein phosphatase 1 and focal adhesion kinase

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    4. Daunderer, C; Schliwa, M; Graf, R
      Dictyostelium centrin-related protein (DdCrp), the most divergent member of the centrin family, possesses only two EF hands and dissociates from the centrosome during mitosis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    5. Megyesi, J; Andrade, L; Vieira, JM; Safirstein, RL; Price, PM
      Positive effect of the induction of p21(WA1/CIP1) on the course of ischemic acute renal failure

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    6. Schweitzer, SC; Klymkowsky, MW; Bellin, RM; Robson, RM; Capetanaki, Y; Evans, RM
      Paranemin and the organization of desmin filament networks

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    7. Bianchi, M; Villa-Moruzzi, E
      Binding of phosphatase-1 delta to the retinoblastoma protein pRb involves domains that include substrate recognition residues and a pRB binding motif

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    8. Juge, F; Audibert, A; Benoit, B; Simonelig, M
      Tissue-specific autoregulation of Drosophila suppressor of forked by alternative poly(A) site utilization leads to accumulation of the suppressor of forked protein in mitotically active cells

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    9. Binarova, P; Cenklova, V; Hause, B; Kubatova, E; Lysak, M; Dolezel, J; Bogre, L; Draber, P
      Nuclear gamma-tubulin during acentriolar plant mitosis

      PLANT CELL
    10. Gerisch, G; Weber, I
      Cytokinesis without myosin II

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    11. Harper, JDI; Fowke, LC; Gilmer, S; Overall, RL; Marc, J
      A centrin homologue is localised across the developing cell plate in gymnosperms and angiosperms

      PROTOPLASMA
    12. Endl, E; Gerdes, J
      Posttranslational modifications of the Ki-67 protein coincide with two major checkpoints during mitosis

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Fukunaga, T; Nagahama, M; Hatsuzawa, K; Tani, K; Yamamoto, A; Tagaya, W
      Implication of sphingolipid metabolism in the stability of the Golgi apparatus

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    14. Motegi, F; Nakano, K; Mabuchi, I
      Molecular mechanism of myosin-II assembly at the division site in Schizosaccharomyces pombe

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    15. Endl, E; Gerdes, J
      The Ki-67 protein: Fascinating forms and an unknown function

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    16. Wienke, DC; Knetsch, MLW; Neuhaus, EM; Reedy, MC; Manstein, DJ
      Disruption of a dynamin homologue affects endocytosis, organelle morphology, and cytokinesis in Dictyostelium discoideum

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    17. Blagosklonny, MV; Chuman, Y; Bergan, RC; Fojo, T
      Mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway is dispensable for microtubule-active drug-induced Raf-1/Bcl-2 phosphorylation and apoptosis in leukemia cells

      LEUKEMIA
    18. Lavoie, SB; Albert, AL; Thibodeau, A; Vincent, M
      Heat shock-induced alterations in phosphorylation of the largest subunit of RNA polymerase II as revealed by monoclonal antibodies CC-3 and MPM-2

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    19. Jazwinski, SM
      The RAS genes: a homeostatic device in Saccharomyces cerevisiae longevity

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING
    20. Paramio, JM
      A role for phosphorylation in the dynamics of keratin intermediate filaments

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    21. Albert, A; Lavoie, S; Vincent, M
      A hyperphosphorylated form of RNA polymerase II is the major interphase antigen of the phosphoprotein antibody MPM-2 and interacts with the peptidyl-prolyl isomerase Pin1

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    22. Raucher, D; Sheetz, MP
      Membrane expansion increases endocytosis rate during mitosis

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    23. Puntoni, F; Villa-Moruzzi, E
      Protein phosphatase-1 activation and association with the retinoblastoma protein in colcemid-induced apoptosis

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    24. THYBERG J; MOSKALEWSKI S
      PARTITIONING OF CYTOPLASMIC ORGANELLES DURING MITOSIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE GOLGI-COMPLEX

      Microscopy research and technique
    25. JUAN G; TRAGANOS F; JAMES WM; RAY JM; ROBERGE M; SAUVE DM; ANDERSON H; DARZYNKIEWICZ Z
      HISTONE H3 PHOSPHORYLATION AND EXPRESSION OF CYCLIN-A AND CYCLIN-B1 MEASURED IN INDIVIDUAL CELLS DURING THEIR PROGRESSION THROUGH G(2) AND MITOSIS

      Cytometry
    26. FOMPROIX N; GEBRANEYOUNES J; HERNANDEZVERDUN D
      EFFECTS OF ANTI-FIBRILLARIN ANTIBODIES ON BUILDING OF FUNCTIONAL NUCLEOLI AT THE END OF MITOSIS

      Journal of Cell Science
    27. URA H; NASHIRO K; KIKUCHI K; IMAKADO S; MATSUKAWA A; FURUE M
      SIGNIFICANCE OF MITOTIC CELLS OR CLUMPING CELLS IN P53 IMMUNOPOSITIVITY OF BOWENS-DISEASE

      Dermatology
    28. WISE DA; BRINKLEY BR
      MITOSIS IN CELLS WITH UNREPLICATED GENOMES (MUGS) - SPINDLE ASSEMBLY AND BEHAVIOR OF CENTROMERE FRAGMENTS

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    29. WINKELHAUS S; HAUSER M
      ORTHO-VANADATE AFFECTS BOTH THE TYROSINATION DETYROSINATION STATE OF SPINDLE MICROTUBULES AND THE ORGANIZATION OF XTH-2 SPINDLES/

      European journal of cell biology
    30. DIERLAMM J; MICHAUX L; CRIEL A; WLODARSKA I; VANDENBERGHE H; HOSSFELD DK
      GENETIC ABNORMALITIES IN CHRONIC LYMPHOCYTIC-LEUKEMIA AND THEIR CLINICAL AND PROGNOSTIC IMPLICATIONS

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    31. PEREZLOSADA A; WOESSNER S; SOLE F; FLORENSA L
      USEFULNESS OF MAC AND MACISH TECHNIQUES I N THE STUDY OF HEMATOLOGICAL MALIGNANCIES

      Medicina Clinica
    32. ESTEBAN MR; CAMPOS MCC; PERONDINI ALP; GODAY C
      ROLE OF MICROTUBULES AND MICROTUBULE-ORGANIZING CENTERS ON MEIOTIC CHROMOSOME ELIMINATION IN SCIARA-OCELLARIS

      Journal of Cell Science
    33. GORCZYCA W; MELAMED MR; DARZYNKIEWICZ Z
      LASER-SCANNING CYTOMETER (LSC) ANALYSIS OF FRACTION OF LABELED MITOSES (FLM)

      Cell proliferation
    34. NOVAKOVA M; DRABEROVA E; SCHULMANN W; CZIHAK G; VIKLICKY V; DRABER P
      GAMMA-TUBULIN REDISTRIBUTION IN TAXOL-TREATED MITOTIC CELLS PROBED BYMONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    35. PLANCHA CE
      CYTOKERATIN DYNAMICS DURING OOCYTE MATURATION IN THE HAMSTER REQUIRESREACHING OF METAPHASE-I

      Differentiation
    36. LUTHER E; KAMENTSKY LA
      RESOLUTION OF MITOTIC CELLS USING LASER-SCANNING CYTOMETRY

      Cytometry
    37. SEMENOV MV
      NEW CONCEPT OF MICROTUBULE DYNAMICS AND MICROTUBULE MOTOR MOVEMENT AND NEW MODEL OF CHROMOSOME MOVEMENT IN MITOSIS

      Journal of theoretical biology
    38. FERREIRA J; CARMOFONSECA M
      THE BIOGENESIS OF THE COILED BODY DURING EARLY MOUSE DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    39. TANIGUCHI Y; TAMATANI R; YASUTAKA S; KAWARAI Y
      PROLIFERATION OF PITUITARY CORTICOTROPHS FOLLOWING ADRENALECTOMY AS REVEALED BY IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY COMBINED WITH BROMODEOXYURIDINE-LABELING

      HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    40. QIAO L; GORCZYCA W; PIZZOLO JG; MELAMED MR; DARZYNKIEWICZ Z
      FLOW CYTOMETRIC CHARACTERIZATION OF PROLIFERATION-ASSOCIATED NUCLEAR ANTIGEN (P105) DURING THE CELL-CYCLE IN NORMAL LYMPHOCYTES AND PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA-CELLS (HL-60)

      Analytical and quantitative cytology and histology
    41. OKA K; NAKANO T; ARAI T
      EXPRESSION OF PROLIFERATION-ASSOCIATED ANTIGENS IN CERVICAL-CARCINOMA- CORRELATIONS AMONG INDEXES

      Pathology research and practice
    42. CHABOT B; BISOTTO S; VINCENT M
      THE NUCLEAR MATRIX PHOSPHOPROTEIN P255 ASSOCIATES WITH SPLICING COMPLEXES AS PART OF THE [U4 U6.U5] TRI-SNRNP PARTICLE/

      Nucleic acids research
    43. MACIEIRACOELHO A
      THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE HAYFLICK LIMIT FOR AGING OF THE ORGANISM HAVEBEEN MISUNDERSTOOD BY MANY GERONTOLOGISTS

      Gerontology
    44. HARPER JDI; GUBLER F; SALISBURY JL; HARDHAM AR
      CENTRIN ASSOCIATION WITH THE FLAGELLAR APPARATUS IN SPORES OF PHYTOPHTHORA-CINNAMOMI

      Protoplasma
    45. HARPER JDI; WU L; SAKUANRUNGSIRIKUL S; JOHN PCL
      ISOLATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CONDITIONAL CELL-DIVISION CYCLE MUTANTS IN CHLAMYDOMONAS

      Protoplasma
    46. CHRISTY CS; DEDEN M; SNYDER JA
      LOCALIZATION OF KINETOCHORE FRAGMENTS ISOLATED FROM SINGLE CHROMATIDSIN MITOTIC CHO CELLS

      Protoplasma
    47. SKIBBENS RV; RIEDER CL; SALMON ED
      KINETOCHORE MOTILITY AFTER SEVERING BETWEEN SISTER CENTROMERES USING LASER MICROSURGERY - EVIDENCE THAT KINETOCHORE DIRECTIONAL INSTABILITYAND POSITION IS REGULATED BY TENSION

      Journal of Cell Science
    48. BISOTTO S; LAURIAULT P; DUVAL M; VINCENT M
      COLOCALIZATION OF A HIGH-MOLECULAR-MASS PHOSPHOPROTEIN OF THE NUCLEARMATRIX (P255) WITH SPLICEOSOMES

      Journal of Cell Science
    49. RIEDER CL; COLE RW; KHODJAKOV A; SLUDER G
      THE CHECKPOINT DELAYING ANAPHASE IN RESPONSE TO CHROMOSOME MONOORIENTATION IS MEDIATED BY AN INHIBITORY SIGNAL PRODUCED BY UNATTACHED KINETOCHORES

      The Journal of cell biology
    50. SOAMES AR; FOSTER JR
      JUXTAPOSITION OF PEROXISOMES AND CHROMOSOMES IN MITOTIC HEPATOCYTES FOLLOWING METHYL CLOFENAPATE ADMINISTRATION TO RATS

      International journal of experimental pathology
    51. TAKAHASHI S; OOMIZU S; KOBAYASHI Y
      PROLIFERATION OF PITUITARY-CELLS IN STREPTOZOTOCIN-INDUCED DIABETIC MICE - EFFECT OF INSULIN AND ESTROGEN

      Zoological science
    52. SALMHOFER H; RAINER I; ZATLOUKAL K; DENK H
      POSTTRANSLATIONAL EVENTS INVOLVED IN GRISEOFULVIN-INDUCED KERATIN CYTOSKELETON ALTERATIONS

      Hepatology
    53. SCHOLLER A; HONG NJ; BISCHER P; REINERS JJ
      SHORT AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF CYTOSKELETON-DISRUPTING DRUGS ON CYTOCHROME-P450 CYP1A-1 INDUCTION IN MURINE HEPATOMA 1C1C7 CELLS - SUPPRESSION BY THE MICROTUBULE INHIBITOR NOCODAZOLE

      Molecular pharmacology
    54. IVANOVA MI; TODOROV IT; ATANASSOVA L; DEWITTE W; VANONCKELEN HA
      COLOCALIZATION OF CYTOKININS WITH PROTEINS RELATED TO CELL-PROLIFERATION IN DEVELOPING SOMATIC EMBRYOS OF DACTYLIS-GLOMERATA L

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    55. TODOROV IT; PEPPERKOK R; PHILIPOVA RN; KEARSEY SE; ANSORGE W; WERNER D
      A HUMAN NUCLEAR-PROTEIN WITH SEQUENCE HOMOLOGY TO A FAMILY OF EARLY S-PHASE PROTEINS IS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY INTO S-PHASE AND FOR CELL-DIVISION

      Journal of Cell Science
    56. SLUSAREWICZ P; NILSSON T; HUI N; WATSON R; WARREN G
      ISOLATION OF A MATRIX THAT BINDS MEDIAL GOLGI ENZYMES

      The Journal of cell biology
    57. TSUJIMURA K; OGAWARA M; TAKEUCHI Y; IMAJOHOHMI S; HA MH; INAGAKI M
      VISUALIZATION AND FUNCTION OF VIMENTIN PHOSPHORYLATION BY CDC2 KINASEDURING MITOSIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    58. TSUJIMURA K; TANAKA J; ANDO S; MATSUOKA Y; KUSUBATA M; SUGIURA H; YAMAUCHI T; INAGAKI M
      IDENTIFICATION OF PHOSPHORYLATION SITES ON GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACIDIC PROTEIN FOR CDC2 KINASE AND CA2-CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE-II()

      Journal of Biochemistry
    59. LU MJ; DADD CA; MIZZEN CA; PERRY CA; MCLACHLAN DR; ANNUNZIATO AT; ALLIS CD
      GENERATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL ANTIBODIES HIGHLY SELECTIVE FOR PHOSPHORYLATED LINKER HISTONE H1 IN TETRAHYMENA AND HELA-CELLS

      Chromosoma
    60. JOHN AT; ABRAHAM S
      CYTOLOGICAL ABNORMALITIES INDUCED BY RED-PEPPER IN MOUSE BONE-MARROW CELLS IN-VIVO

      Caryologia
    61. GARCIAMARCO J; MATUTES E; MORILLA R; ELLIS J; OSCIER D; FANTES J; CATOVSKY D; PRICE CM
      TRISOMY-12 IN B-CELL CHRONIC LYMPHOCYTIC-LEUKEMIA - ASSESSMENT OF LINEAGE RESTRICTION BY SIMULTANEOUS ANALYSIS OF IMMUNOPHENOTYPE AND GENOTYPE IN INTERPHASE CELLS BY FLUORESCENCE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      British Journal of Haematology
    62. ALMAZAN G; AFAR DEH; BELL JC
      PHOSPHORYLATION AND DISRUPTION OF INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT PROTEINS IN OLIGODENDROCYTE PRECURSOR CULTURES TREATED WITH CALYCULIN-A

      Journal of neuroscience research
    63. THYBERG J; MOSKALEWSKI S
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE GOLGI-COMPLEX AND MICROTUBULES ENRICHED IN DETYROSINATED OR ACETYLATED ALPHA-TUBULIN - STUDIES ON CELLS RECOVERINGFROM NOCODAZOLE AND CELLS IN THE TERMINAL PHASE OF CYTOKINESIS

      Cell and tissue research
    64. KNUUTILA S; LARRAMENDY M; RUUTU T; PAETAU A; HEINONEN K; MAHLAMAKI E
      ANALYSIS OF PHENOTYPE AND GENOTYPE OF INDIVIDUAL CELLS IN NEOPLASMS

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    65. WARREN G
      MEMBRANE PARTITIONING DURING CELL-DIVISION

      Annual review of biochemistry
    66. CHOU CF; RIOPEL CL; ROTT LS; OMARY MB
      A SIGNIFICANT SOLUBLE KERATIN FRACTION IN SIMPLE EPITHELIAL-CELLS - LACK OF AN APPARENT PHOSPHORYLATION AND GLYCOSYLATION ROLE IN KERATIN SOLUBILITY

      Journal of Cell Science
    67. KUANG J; ASHORN CL
      AT LEAST 2 KINASES PHOSPHORYLATE THE MPM-2 EPITOPE DURING XENOPUS-OOCYTE MATURATION

      The Journal of cell biology
    68. SOUTER E; PYPAERT M; WARREN G
      THE GOLGI STACK REASSEMBLES DURING TELOPHASE BEFORE ARRIVAL OF PROTEINS TRANSPORTED FROM THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      The Journal of cell biology
    69. TANAKA J; OGAWARA M; ANDO S; SHIBATA M; YATANI R; KUSAGAWA M; INAGAKI M
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF A 62 KDA PORCINE ALPHA-INTERNEXIN, A NEWLY IDENTIFIED INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT PROTEIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    70. GALBRAITH AM; MALONE RE
      CHARACTERIZATION OF REC104, A GENE REQUIRED FOR EARLY MEIOTIC RECOMBINATION IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Developmental genetics


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