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    1. Walczak, CE
      Ran hits the ground running

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    2. Melchior, F
      Ran GTPase cycle: One mechanism two functions

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

      ONCOGENE
    4. Munnia, A; Schutz, N; Romeike, BFM; Maldener, E; Glass, B; Maas, R; Nastainczyk, W; Feiden, W; Fischer, U; Meese, E
      Expression, cellular distribution and protein binding of the glioma amplified sequence (GAS41), a highly conserved putative transcription factor

      ONCOGENE
    5. Puente, V; Izu, C; Beivide, R; Gregorio, JA; Vallejo, F; Prellezo, JM
      The adaptive bubble router

      JOURNAL OF PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING
    6. Bekas, C; Gallopoulos, E
      Cobra: Parallel path following for computing the matrix pseudospectrum

      PARALLEL COMPUTING
    7. Chung, YW; Kim, H; Park, JW; Lee, K
      Performance evaluation for CC-NUMA multiprocessors using an OLTP workload

      MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROSYSTEMS
    8. Schatten, H; Lewis, ML; Chakrabarti, A
      Spaceflight and clinorotation cause cytoskeleton and mitochondria changes and increases in apoptosis in cultured cells

      ACTA ASTRONAUTICA
    9. Nachury, MV; Maresca, TJ; Salmon, WG; Waterman-Storer, CM; Heald, R; Weis, K
      Importin beta is a mitotic target of the small GTPase ran in spindle assembly

      CELL
    10. Kahana, JA; Cleveland, DW
      Cell cycle - Some importin news about spindle assembly

      SCIENCE
    11. Wiese, C; Wilde, A; Moore, MS; Adam, SA; Merdes, A; Zheng, YX
      Role of importin-beta in coupling ran to downstream targets in microtubuleassembly

      SCIENCE
    12. 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
    13. Wells, WA
      Searching for a spindle matrix

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    14. Scholey, JM; Rogers, GC; Sharp, DJ
      Mitosis, microtubules, and the matrix

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

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    16. 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
    17. Zimmerman, W; Doxsey, SJ
      Construction of centrosomes and spindle poles by molecular motor-driven assembly of protein particles

      TRAFFIC
    18. 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
    19. Ryu, JH; Essner, R; Ohta, T; Kuriyama, R
      Filamentous polymers induced by overexpression of a novel centrosomal protein, Cep135

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    20. Oliker, L; Biswas, R
      Parallelization of a dynamic unstructured algorithm using three leading programming paradigms

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
    21. Koita, T; Katayama, T; Saisho, K; Fukuda, A
      Memory conscious scheduling for cluster-based NUMA multiprocessors

      JOURNAL OF SUPERCOMPUTING
    22. Suh, HJ; Yoo, SW; Jhon, CS
      An efficient method of eliminating inclusion overhead in snoop-based CC-NUMA systems

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION AND SYSTEMS
    23. Ki, A
      Adaptive stride prefetching for the secondary data cache of UMA and NUMA

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION AND SYSTEMS
    24. Beraldi, P; Grandinetti, L; Musmanno, R; Triki, C
      Parallel algorithms to solve two-stage stochastic linear programs with robustness constraints

      PARALLEL COMPUTING
    25. Dynlacht, JR; Roberts, ZV; Earles, M; Henthorn, J; Seno, JD
      Different patterns of DNA fragmentation and degradation of nuclear matrix proteins during apoptosis induced by radiation, hyperthermia or etoposide

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    26. Gergely, F; Karlsson, C; Still, I; Cowell, J; Kilmartin, J; Raff, JW
      The TACC domain identifies a family of centrosomal proteins that can interact with microtubules

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    27. Guerriero, F; Musmanno, R
      Parallel asynchronous algorithms for the K shortest paths problem

      JOURNAL OF OPTIMIZATION THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
    28. McNally, KP; Bazirgan, OA; McNally, FJ
      Two domains of p80 katanin regulate microtubule severing and spindle pole targeting by p60 katanin

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    29. Taimen, P; Viljamaa, N; Kallajoki, M
      Preferential expression of NuMA in the nuclei of proliferating cells

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    30. Lee, J; Miyano, T; Moor, RM
      Spindle formation and dynamics of gamma-tubulin and nuclear mitotic apparatus protein distribution during meiosis in pig and mouse oocytes

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    31. Mountain, V; Compton, DA
      Dissecting the role of molecular motors in the mitotic spindle

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    32. Herrera-Esparza, R; Avalos-Diaz, E; Barbosa-Cisneros, O
      Anti-NuMA antibodies: an uncommon specificity in scleroderma sera

      REVUE DU RHUMATISME
    33. Bouganim, L; Florescu, D; Valduriez, P
      Load balancing for parallel query execution on NUMA multiprocessors

      DISTRIBUTED AND PARALLEL DATABASES
    34. Rafki-Beljebbar, N; Liautaud-Roger, F; Ploton, D; Dufer, J
      Textural analysis of Nuclear Mitotic Apparatus antigen (NuMA) spatial distribution in interphase nuclei from human drug-resistant CEM lymphoblasts

      ANALYTICAL CELLULAR PATHOLOGY
    35. Warner, AK; Sloboda, RD
      C-terminal domain of the mitotic apparatus protein p62 targets the proteinto the nucleolus during interphase

      CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON
    36. Dionne, MA; Howard, L; Compton, DA
      NuMA is a component of an insoluble matrix at mitotic spindle poles

      CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON
    37. Martelli, AM; Bortul, R; Bareggi, R; Grill, V; Narducci, P; Zweyer, M
      Biochemical and morphological changes in the nuclear matrix prepared from apoptotic HL-60 cells: Effect of different stabilizing procedures

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    38. Neri, LM; Bortul, R; Zweyer, M; Tabellini, G; Borgatti, P; Marchisio, M; Bareggi, R; Capitani, S; Martelli, AM
      Influence of different metal ions on the ultrastructure, biochemical properties, and protein localization of the K562 cell nuclear matrix

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    39. 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
    40. Harborth, J; Wang, J; Gueth-Hallonet, C; Weber, K; Osborn, N
      Self assembly of NuMA: multiarm oligomers as structural units of a nuclearlattice

      EMBO JOURNAL
    41. 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
    42. 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
    43. 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
    44. Clark, IB; Meyer, DI
      Overexpression of normal and mutant Arp1 alpha (centractin) differentiallyaffects microtubule organization during mitosis and interphase

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    45. Zhang, CM; Hughes, M; Clarke, PR
      Ran-GTP stabilises microtubule asters and inhibits nuclear assembly in Xenopus egg extracts

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    46. Mattagajasingh, SN; Huang, SC; Hartenstein, JS; Snyder, M; Marchesi, VT; Benz, EJ
      A nonerythroid isoform of protein 4.1R interacts with the nuclear mitotic apparatus (NuMA) protein

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    47. Zhang, Z; Cintra, M; Torrellas, J
      Excel-NUMA: Toward programmability, simplicity, and high performance

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTERS
    48. Yu, WD; de la Espina, SMD
      The plant nucleoskeleton: Ultrastructural organization and identification of NuMA homologues in the nuclear matrix and mitotic spindle of plant cells

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    49. 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
    50. ABDELRAHMAN TS; WONG TN
      COMPILER SUPPORT FOR ARRAY DISTRIBUTION ON NUMA SHARED-MEMORY MULTIPROCESSORS

      Journal of supercomputing
    51. CARRIERO N
      AN IMPLEMENTATION OF LINDA FOR A NUMA MACHINE

      Parallel computing
    52. LI ZY; HUANG J; JIN GH
      PAGE-MAPPING TECHNIQUES TO REDUCE CACHE CONFLICTS ON CC-NUMA MULTIPROCESSORS

      Microprocessors and microsystems
    53. LANDMAN J; CHANG Y; KAVALER E; DROLLER MJ; LIU BCS
      SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY OF NMP-22, TELOMERASE, AND BTA IN THE DETECTION OF HUMAN BLADDER-CANCER

      Urology
    54. 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
    55. MERDES A; CLEVELAND DW
      THE ROLE OF NUMA IN THE INTERPHASE NUCLEUS

      Journal of Cell Science
    56. GUETHHALLONET C; WANG J; HARBORTH J; WEBER K; OSBORN N
      INDUCTION OF A REGULAR NUCLEAR LATTICE BY OVEREXPRESSION OF NUMA

      Experimental cell research
    57. NIEPLOCHA J; HARRISON RJ
      SHARED-MEMORY PROGRAMMING IN METACOMPUTING ENVIRONMENTS - THE GLOBAL ARRAY APPROACH

      Journal of supercomputing
    58. SODJA C; WALKER PR; BROWN DL; CHALY N
      UNIQUE BEHAVIOR OF NUMA DURING HEAT-INDUCED APOPTOSIS OF LYMPHOCYTES

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    59. SHELFO SW; SOLOWAY MS
      THE ROLE OF NUCLEAR MATRIX PROTEIN-22 IN THE DETECTION OF PERSISTENT OR RECURRENT TRANSITIONAL-CELL CANCER OF THE BLADDER

      World journal of urology
    60. CAN A; ALBERTINI DF
      M-PHASE SPECIFIC CENTROSOME-MICROTUBULE ALTERATIONS INDUCED BY THE FUNGICIDE MBC IN HUMAN GRANULOSA-CELLS

      Mutation research
    61. PAOLETTI A; GIOCANTI N; FAVAUDON V; BORNENS M
      PULSE TREATMENT OF INTERPHASIC HELA-CELLS WITH NANOMOLAR DOSES OF DOCETAXEL AFFECTS CENTROSOME ORGANIZATION AND LEADS TO CATASTROPHIC EXIT OF MITOSIS

      Journal of Cell Science
    62. SAREDI A; HOWARD L; COMPTON DA
      PHOSPHORYLATION REGULATES THE ASSEMBLY OF NUMA IN A MAMMALIAN MITOTICEXTRACT

      Journal of Cell Science
    63. MERDES A; CLEVELAND DW
      PATHWAYS OF SPINDLE POLE FORMATION - DIFFERENT MECHANISMS - CONSERVEDCOMPONENTS

      The Journal of cell biology
    64. GEIST R
      PERFORMANCE BOUNDS FOR MODELING NUMA ARCHITECTURES

      Information processing letters
    65. LAI GJ; CHEN C
      NEW PROGRAM MODEL FOR PROGRAM PARTITIONING ON NUMA MULTIPROCESSOR SYSTEMS

      IEE proceedings. Computers and digital techniques
    66. DURAND D; MONTAUT T; KERVELLA L; JALBY W
      IMPACT OF MEMORY CONTENTION ON DYNAMIC SCHEDULING ON NUMA MULTIPROCESSORS

      IEEE transactions on parallel and distributed systems
    67. NIEPLOCHA J; HARRISON RJ; LITTLEFIELD RJ
      GLOBAL ARRAYS - A NONUNIFORM MEMORY ACCESS PROGRAMMING-MODEL FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTERS

      Journal of supercomputing
    68. JOHANSEN KM; JOHANSEN J; BAEK KH; JIN Y
      REMODELING OF NUCLEAR ARCHITECTURE DURING THE CELL-CYCLE IN DROSOPHILA EMBRYOS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    69. BIDWELL J; FEISTER H; SWARTZ D; ONYIA J; HOLDEN J; HOCK J
      PARATHYROID-HORMONE REGULATES THE EXPRESSION OF RAT OSTEOBLAST AND OSTEOSARCOMA NUCLEAR MATRIX PROTEINS

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

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

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    72. MATSUMOTO Y; MURO Y; BANNO S; OHASHI M; TAMADA Y
      DIFFERENTIAL APOPTOTIC PATTERN INDUCED BY PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY AND CISPLATIN IN HUMAN SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMA CELL-LINE

      Archives of dermatological research
    73. CARPINITO GA; STADLER WM; BRIGGMAN JV; CHODAK GW; CHURCH PA; LAMM DL; LANGE PH; MESSING EM; PASCIAK RM; RESERVITZ GB; ROSS RN; RUKSTALIS DB; SAROSDY MF; SOLOWAY MS; THIEL RP; VOGELZANG N; HAYDEN CL
      URINARY NUCLEAR MATRIX PROTEIN AS A MARKER FOR TRANSITIONAL-CELL CARCINOMA OF THE URINARY-TRACT

      The Journal of urology
    74. SAREDI A; HOWARD L; COMPTON DA
      NUMA ASSEMBLES INTO AN EXTENSIVE FILAMENTOUS STRUCTURE WHEN EXPRESSEDIN THE CELL CYTOPLASM

      Journal of Cell Science
    75. HSU HL; YEH NH
      DYNAMIC CHANGES OF NUMA DURING THE CELL-CYCLE AND POSSIBLE APPEARANCEOF A TRUNCATED FORM OF NUMA DURING APOPTOSIS

      Journal of Cell Science
    76. 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
    77. WHITEHEAD CM; WINKFEIN RJ; FRITZLER MJ; RATTNER JB
      THE SPINDLE KINESIN-LIKE PROTEIN HSEG5 IS AN AUTOANTIGEN IN SYSTEMIC LUPUS-ERYTHEMATOSUS

      Arthritis and rheumatism
    78. ANDRADE LEC; CHAN EKL; PEEBLES CL; TAN EM
      2 MAJOR AUTOANTIGEN-ANTIBODY SYSTEMS OF THE MITOTIC SPINDLE APPARATUS

      Arthritis and rheumatism
    79. TOUT WR; PRAMANIK S
      DISTRIBUTED LOAD BALANCING FOR PARALLEL MAIN MEMORY HASH JOIN

      IEEE transactions on parallel and distributed systems
    80. ZHANG XD; YAN Y
      COMPARATIVE MODELING AND EVALUATION OF CC-NUMA AND COMA ON HIERARCHICAL RING ARCHITECTURES

      IEEE transactions on parallel and distributed systems
    81. 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
    82. BUTSCHAK G; HARBORTH J; OSBORN M; KARSTEN U
      NEW MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES RECOGNIZING PHOSPHORYLATED PROTEINS IN MITOTIC CELLS

      Acta histochemica
    83. 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
    84. SPARKS CA; FEY EG; VIDAIR CA; DOXSEY SJ
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF NUMA OCCURS DURING NUCLEAR BREAKDOWN AND NOT MITOTIC SPINDLE ASSEMBLY

      Journal of Cell Science
    85. LI QQ; KE Y; KAPP JA; FERTIG N; MEDSGER TA; JOSHI HC
      A NOVEL CELL-CYCLE-DEPENDENT 350-KDA NUCLEAR-PROTEIN - C-TERMINAL DOMAIN SUFFICIENT FOR NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    86. ZENG CQ; HE DC; BRINKLEY BR
      LOCALIZATION OF NUMA PROTEIN ISOFORMS IN THE NUCLEAR MATRIX OF MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    87. GEORGATOS SD
      TOWARDS AN UNDERSTANDING OF NUCLEAR MORPHOGENESIS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    88. TANG TK; TANG CJC; CHAO YJ; WU CW
      NUCLEAR MITOTIC APPARATUS PROTEIN (NUMA) - SPINDLE ASSOCIATION, NUCLEAR TARGETING AND DIFFERENTIAL SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF VARIOUS NUMAISOFORMS

      Journal of Cell Science
    89. MILLER T; BEAUSANG LA; MENEGHINI M; LIDGARD G
      DEATH-INDUCED CHANGES TO THE NUCLEAR MATRIX - THE USE OF ANTINUCLEAR MATRIX ANTIBODIES TO STUDY AGENTS OF APOPTOSIS

      BioTechniques
    90. MAEKAWA T; KURIYAMA R
      PRIMARY STRUCTURE AND MICROTUBULE-INTERACTING DOMAIN OF THE SP-H ANTIGEN - A MITOTIC MAP LOCATED AT THE SPINDLE POLE AND CHARACTERIZED AS AHOMOLOGOUS PROTEIN TO NUMA

      Journal of Cell Science


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