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    1. Giddings, TH; O'Toole, ET; Morphew, M; Mastronarde, DN; McIntosh, JR; Winey, M
      Using rapid freeze and freeze-substitution for the preparation of yeast cells for electron microscopy and three-dimensional analysis

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 67
    2. Sharp, DJ; Rogers, GC; Scholey, JM
      Cytoplasmic dynein is required for poleward chromosome movement during mitosis in Drosophila embryos

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    3. Ochi, T
      Induction of centrosome injury, multipolar spindles and multipolar division in cultured V79 cells exposed to dimethylarsinic acid: role for microtubules in centrosome dynamics

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    4. Grieder, NC; de Cuevas, M; Spradling, AC
      The fusome organizes the microtubule network during oocyte differentiationin Drosophila

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Wong, K; Wessels, D; Krob, SL; Matveia, AR; Lin, JLC; Soll, DR; Lin, JJC
      Forced expression of a dominant-negative chimeric tropomyosin causes abnormal motile behavior during cell division

      CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON
    6. Chui, KK; Rogers, GC; Kashina, AM; Wedaman, KP; Sharp, DJ; Nguyen, DT; Wilt, F; Scholey, JM
      Roles of two homotetrameric kinesins in sea urchin embryonic cell division

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Roberge, M; Cinel, B; Anderson, HJ; Lim, L; Jiang, XX; Xu, L; Bigg, CM; Kelly, MT; Andersen, RJ
      Cell-based screen for antimitotic agents and identification of analogues of rhizoxin, eleutherobin, and paclitaxel in natural extracts

      CANCER RESEARCH
    8. McIntosh, JR; O'Toole, ET
      Life cycles of yeast spindle pole bodies: Getting microtubules into a closed nucleus

      BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    9. Callaini, G; Riparbelli, MG; Dallai, R
      Centrosome inheritance in insects: Fertilization and parthenogenesis

      BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    10. Waterman-Storer, C; Desai, A; Salmon, ED
      Fluorescent speckle microscopy of spindle microtubule assembly and motility in living cells

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 61
    11. WU XF; KOCHER B; WEI Q; HAMMER JA
      MYOSIN VA ASSOCIATES WITH MICROTUBULE-RICH DOMAINS IN BOTH INTERPHASEAND DIVIDING CELLS

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    12. Brinkley, BR; Goepfert, TM
      Supernumerary centrosomes and cancer: Boveri's hypothesis resurrected

      CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON
    13. GONZALEZ C; TAVOSANIS G; MOLLINARI C
      CENTROSOMES AND MICROTUBULE ORGANIZATION DURING DROSOPHILA DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of Cell Science
    14. HARADA A; TAKEI Y; KANAI Y; TANAKA Y; NONAKA S; HIROKAWA N
      GOLGI VESICULATION AND LYSOSOME DISPERSION IN CELLS LACKING CYTOPLASMIC DYNEIN

      The Journal of cell biology
    15. DING R; WEST RR; MORPHEW M; OAKLEY BR; MCINTOSH JR
      THE SPINDLE POLE BODY OF SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE ENTERS AND LEAVES THE NUCLEAR-ENVELOPE AS THE CELL-CYCLE PROCEEDS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    16. KARYOPHYLLIS D; GALATIS B; KATSAROS C
      CENTROSOME AND MICROTUBULE DYNAMICS IN APICAL CELLS OF SPHACELARIA-RIGIDULA (PHAEOPHYCEAE) TREATED WITH NOCODAZOLE

      Protoplasma
    17. NGUYEN HL; CHARI S; GRUBER D; LUE CM; CHAPIN SJ; BULINSKI JC
      OVEREXPRESSION OF FULL-LENGTH OR PARTIAL-LENGTH MAP4 STABILIZES MICROTUBULES AND ALTERS CELL-GROWTH

      Journal of Cell Science
    18. STARR DA; WILLIAMS BC; LI ZX; ETEMADMOGHADAM B; DAWE RK; GOLDBERG ML
      CONSERVATION OF THE CENTROMERE KINETOCHORE PROTEIN ZW10/

      The Journal of cell biology
    19. HUNG DT; CHEN J; SCHREIBER SL
      (-DISCODERMOLIDE BINDS TO MICROTUBULES IN STOICHIOMETRIC RATIO TO TUBULIN DIMERS, BLOCKS TAXOL BINDING AND RESULTS IN MITOTIC ARREST())

      Chemistry & biology
    20. OHTA T; KIMBLE M; ESSNER R; KOFRON M; KURIYAMA R
      CELL CYCLE-DEPENDENT EXPRESSION OF THE CHO2 ANTIGEN, A MINUS-END DIRECTED KINESIN-LIKE MOTOR IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Protoplasma
    21. CANDE WZ; WEIN HJ
      ANAPHASE IN-VITRO

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    22. MCNALLY FJ; OKAWA K; IWAMATSU A; VALE RD
      KATANIN, THE MICROTUBULE-SEVERING ATPASE, IS CONCENTRATED AT CENTROSOMES

      Journal of Cell Science
    23. SHIMIZU T
      THE FIRST 2 CLEAVAGES IN TUBIFEX INVOLVE DISTINCT MECHANISMS TO GENERATE ASYMMETRY IN MITOTIC APPARATUS

      Hydrobiologia
    24. VANBLERKOM J; DAVIS P; MERRIAM J; SINCLAIR J
      NUCLEAR AND CYTOPLASMIC DYNAMICS OF SPERM PENETRATION, PRONUCLEAR FORMATION AND MICROTUBULE ORGANIZATION DURING FERTILIZATION AND EARLY PREIMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT IN THE HUMAN

      Human reproduction update
    25. GOLDSMITH M; YARBROUGH L; VANDERKOOY D
      MECHANICS OF MOTILITY - DISTINCT DYNEIN BINDING DOMAINS ON ALPHA-TUBULIN AND BETA-TUBULIN

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    26. TANAKA Y; ZHANG ZZ; HIROKAWA N
      IDENTIFICATION AND MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF NEW DYNEIN-LIKE PROTEIN SEQUENCES IN RAT-BRAIN

      Journal of Cell Science
    27. MASSON D; KREIS TE
      BINDING OF E-MAP-115 TO MICROTUBULES IS REGULATED BY CELL CYCLE-DEPENDENT PHOSPHORYLATION

      The Journal of cell biology
    28. CZABAN BB; FORER A
      RHODAMINE-PHALLOIDIN AND ANTITUBULIN ANTIBODY STAINING OF SPINDLE FIBERS THAT WERE IRRADIATED WITH AN ULTRAVIOLET MICROBEAM

      Protoplasma
    29. FUJII T
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF MAMMALIAN BRAIN MICROTUBULE-ASSOCIATED PROTEINS

      Yakugaku zasshi
    30. HUSH JM; WADSWORTH P; CALLAHAM DA; HEPLER PK
      QUANTIFICATION OF MICROTUBULE DYNAMICS IN LIVING PLANT-CELLS USING FLUORESCENCE REDISTRIBUTION AFTER PHOTOBLEACHING

      Journal of Cell Science
    31. ZHAI Y; BORISY GG
      QUANTITATIVE-DETERMINATION OF THE PROPORTION OF MICROTUBULE POLYMER PRESENT DURING THE MITOSIS-INTERPHASE TRANSITION

      Journal of Cell Science
    32. SAUSEDO RA; SCHOENWOLF GC
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSES OF CELL BEHAVIORS UNDERLYING NOTOCHORD FORMATION AND EXTENSION IN MOUSE EMBRYOS

      The Anatomical record
    33. SAWIN KE; ENDOW SA
      MEIOSIS, MITOSIS AND MICROTUBULE MOTORS

      BioEssays
    34. ULLOA L; AVILA J; DIAZNIDO J
      HETEROGENEITY IN THE PHOSPHORYLATION OF MICROTUBULE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN MAP1B DURING RAT-BRAIN DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of neurochemistry
    35. SAUSEDO RA; SCHOENWOLF GC
      CELL BEHAVIORS UNDERLYING NOTOCHORD FORMATION AND EXTENSION IN AVIAN EMBRYOS - QUANTITATIVE AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDIES

      The Anatomical record


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