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    1. Castro, A; Peter, M; Magnaghi-Jaulin, L; Vigneron, S; Galas, S; Lorca, T; Labbe, JC
      Cyclin B/cdc2 induces c-Mos stability by direct phosphorylation in Xenopusoocytes.

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    2. Terasaki, M; Campagnola, P; Rolls, MM; Stein, PA; Ellenberg, J; Hinkle, B; Slepchenko, B
      A new model for nuclear envelope breakdown

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    3. Kotani, T; Yoshida, N; Mita, K; Yamashita, M
      Requirement of cyclin B2, but not cyclin B1, for bipolar spindle formationin frog (Rana japonica) oocytes

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    4. Stricker, SA; Smythe, TL
      5-HT causes an increase in cAMP that stimulates, rather than inhibits, oocyte maturation in marine nemertean worms

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Lim, D; Kyozuka, K; Gragnaniello, G; Carafoli, E; Santella, L
      NAADP(+) initiates the Ca2+ response during fertilization of starfish oocytes

      FASEB JOURNAL
    6. Shcherbatko, AD; Davenport, CM; Speh, JC; Levinson, SR; Mandel, G; Brehm, P
      Progesterone treatment abolishes exogenously expressed ionic currents in Xenopus oocytes

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Abrieu, A; Doree, M; Fisher, D
      The interplay between cyclin-B-Cdc2 kinase (MPF) and MAP kinase during maturation of oocytes

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    8. Gotoh, T; Ohsumi, K; Matsui, T; Takisawa, H; Kishimoto, T
      Inactivation of the checkpoint kinase Cds1 is dependent on cyclin B-Cdc2 kinase activation at the meiotic G(2)/M-phase transition in Xenopus oocytes

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    9. Kumano, M; Carroll, DJ; Denu, JM; Foltz, KR
      Calcium-mediated inactivation of the MAP kinase pathway in sea urchin eggsat fertilization

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Bootman, MD; Thomas, D; Tovey, SC; Berridge, MJ; Lipp, P
      Nuclear calcium signalling

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    11. Avazeri, N; Courtot, AM; Pesty, A; Duquenne, C; Lefevre, B
      Cytoplasmic and nuclear phospholipase C-beta 1 relocation: Role in resumption of meiosis in the mouse oocyte

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    12. Lee, J; Miyano, T; Dai, YF; Wooding, P; Yen, TJ; Moor, RM
      Specific regulation of CENP-E and kinetochores during meiosis I/meiosis IItransition in pig oocytes

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    13. Nakajo, N; Yoshitome, S; Iwashita, J; Iida, M; Uto, K; Ueno, S; Okamoto, K; Sagata, N
      Absence of Wee1 ensures the meiotic cell cycle in Xenopus oocytes

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    14. Cormier, P
      Translation factors: from protein synthesis to cell cycle regulation and tumorigenesis

      M S-MEDECINE SCIENCES
    15. Iwabuchi, M; Ohsumi, K; Yamamoto, TM; Sawada, W; Kishimoto, T
      Residual Cdc2 activity remaining at meiosis I exit is essential for meiotic M-M transition in Xenopus oocyte extracts

      EMBO JOURNAL
    16. Tachibana, K; Tanaka, D; Isobe, T; Kishimoto, T
      c-Mos forces the mitotic cell cycle to undergo meiosis II to produce haploid gametes

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    17. Perez-Mongiovi, D; Beckhelling, G; Chang, P; Ford, CC; Houliston, E
      Nuclei and microtubule asters stimulate maturation/M phase promoting factor (MPF) activation in Xenopus eggs and egg cytoplasmic extracts

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    18. Charrasse, S; Lorca, T; Doree, M; Larroque, C
      The Xenopus XMAP215 and its human homologue TOG proteins interact with cyclin B1 to target p34cdc2 to microtubules during mitosis

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    19. Stephano, JL; Gould, MC
      MAP kinase, a universal suppressor of sperm centrosomes during meiosis?

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    20. Carroll, DJ; Albay, DT; Hoang, KM; O'Neill, FJ; Kumano, M; Foltz, KR
      The relationship between calcium, MAP kinase, and DNA synthesis in the seaurchin egg as fertilization

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Fisher, DL; Brassac, T; Galas, S; Doree, M
      Dissociation of MAP kinase activation and MPF activation in hormone-stimulated maturation of Xenopus oocytes

      DEVELOPMENT
    22. Jacobsohn, S
      Characterization of novel F-actin envelopes surrounding nuclei during cleavage of a polychaete worm

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    23. Amouroux, I; Pesando, D; Noel, H; Girard, JP
      Mechanisms of cytotoxicity by cosmetic ingredients in sea urchin eggs

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    24. Renoult, C; Ternent, D; Maciver, SK; Fattoum, A; Astier, C; Benyamin, Y; Roustan, C
      The identification of a second cofilin binding site on actin suggests a novel, intercalated arrangement of F-actin binding

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    25. Borgne, A; Ostvold, AC; Flament, S; Meijer, L
      Intra-M phase-promoting factor phosphorylation of cyclin B at the prophase/metaphase transition

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Stevens, I; Derua, R; Rondelez, E; Waelkens, E; Merlevede, W; Goris, J
      Identification of cyk, a cyclin B2 kinase, as a novel calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II and its role during Xenopus laevis oocyte maturation

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    27. Gould, MC; Stephano, JL
      MAP kinase, meiosis, and sperm centrosome suppression in Urechis caupo

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    28. Kishimoto, T
      Activation of MPF at meiosis reinitiation in starfish oocytes

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    29. Katsu, Y; Minshall, N; Nagahama, Y; Standart, N
      Ca2+ is required for phosphorylation of clam p82/CPEB in vitro: Implications for dual and independent roles of MAP and Cdc2 kinases

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    30. Carroll, DJ; Albay, DT; Terasaki, M; Jaffe, LA; Foltz, KR
      Identification of PLC gamma-dependent and -independent events during fertilization of sea urchin eggs

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    31. McCarter, J; Bartlett, B; Dang, T; Schedl, T
      On the control of oocyte meiotic maturation and ovulation in Caenorhabditis elegans

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    32. BALAMURUGAN K; HAIDER S
      PARTIAL-PURIFICATION OF MATURATION-PROMOTING FACTOR FROM CATFISH, CLARIAS-BATRACHUS - IDENTIFICATION AS THE HISTONE H1 KINASE AND ITS PERIODIC ACTIVATION

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology
    33. Kishimoto, T
      Cell cycle arrest and release in starfish oocytes and eggs

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    34. MACIVER SK
      HOW ADF COFILIN DEPOLYMERIZES ACTIN-FILAMENTS - COMMENTARY/

      Current opinion in cell biology
    35. TOYOSHIMA F; MORIGUCHI T; WADA A; FUKUDA M; NISHIDA E
      NUCLEAR EXPORT OF CYCLIN B1 AND ITS POSSIBLE ROLE IN THE DNA DAMAGE-INDUCED G(2) CHECKPOINT

      EMBO journal
    36. BARBIER M; GERAUD ML; NICOLAS G; SOYERGOBILLARD MO
      COLOCALIZATION OF THE CYCLIN-B HOMOLOG P56 AND BETA-TUBULIN DURING THE CELL-CYCLE IN A UNICELLULAR EUKARYOTE DINOFLAGELLATE

      Biology of the cell
    37. Picard, A; Peaucellier, G
      Behavior of cyclin B and cyclin B-dependent kinase during starfish oocyte meiosis reinitiation: Evidence for non-identity with MPF

      BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    38. Fisher, D; Coux, O; Bompard-Marechal, G; Doree, M
      Germinal vesicle material is dispensable for oscillations in cdc2 and MAP kinase activities, cyclin a degradation and synthesis during meiosis in Xenopus oocytes

      BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    39. Watson, GJ; Cadman, PS; Paterson, LA; Bentley, MG; Auckland, MF
      Control of oocyte maturation, sperm activation and spawning in two lugwormspecies: Arenicola marina and A-defodiens

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    40. PESTY A; AVAZERI N; LEFEVRE B
      NUCLEAR CALCIUM-RELEASE BY INSP3 RECEPTOR CHANNELS PLAYS A ROLE IN MEIOSIS REINITIATION IN THE MOUSE OOCYTE

      Cell calcium
    41. BRANDEIS M; ROSEWELL I; CARRINGTON M; CROMPTON T; JACOBS MA; KIRK J; GANNON J; HUNT T
      CYCLIN B2-NULL MICE DEVELOP NORMALLY AND ARE FERTILE WHEREAS CYCLIN B1-NULL MICE DIE IN-UTERO

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    42. IWASHITA J; HAYANO Y; SAGATA N
      ESSENTIAL ROLE OF GERMINAL VESICLE MATERIAL IN THE MEIOTIC CELL-CYCLEOF XENOPUS OOCYTES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. WATSON GJ; BENTLEY MG
      ACTION OF CMF (CELOMIC MATURATION FACTOR) ON OOCYTES OF THE POLYCHAETE ARENICOLA-MARINA (L.)

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    44. 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
    45. Keryer, G; Yassenko, M; Labbe, JC; Castro, A; Lohmann, SM; Evain-Brion, D; Tasken, K
      Mitosis-specific phosphorylation and subcellular redistribution of the RIIalpha regulatory subunit of cAMP-dependent protein kinase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    46. STRICKER SA; SILVA R; SMYTHE T
      CALCIUM AND ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM DYNAMICS DURING OOCYTE MATURATION AND FERTILIZATION IN THE MARINE WORM CEREBRATULUS-LACTEUS

      Developmental biology (Print)
    47. SAKAMOTO I; TAKAHARA K; YAMASHITA M; IWAO Y
      CHANGES IN CYCLIN-B DURING OOCYTE MATURATION AND EARLY EMBRYONIC-CELLCYCLE IN THE NEWT, CYNOPS-PYRRHOGASTER - REQUIREMENT OF GERMINAL VESICLE FOR MPF ACTIVATION

      Developmental biology
    48. ABRIEU A; DOREE M; PICARD A
      MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE ACTIVATION DOWN-REGULATES A MECHANISM THAT INACTIVATES CYCLIN B-CDC2 KINASE IN G(2)-ARRESTED OOCYTES

      Molecular biology of the cell
    49. HUE I; DEDIEU T; HUNEAU D; RUFFINI S; GALL L; CROZET N
      CYCLIN B-1 EXPRESSION IN MEIOTICALLY COMPETENT AND INCOMPETENT GOAT OOCYTES

      Molecular reproduction and development
    50. KOMATSU S; MURATAHORI M; TOTSUKAWA G; MURAI N; FUJIMOTO H; MABUCHI I; HOSOYA H
      IDENTIFICATION OF P34(CDC2) KINASE FROM SEA-URCHIN HEMICENTROTUS-PULCHERRIMUS AND ITS INVOLVEMENT IN THE PHOSPHORYLATION OF MYOSIN-II REGULATORY LIGHT-CHAIN IN THE METAPHASE EXTRACT

      Gene
    51. ABRIEU A; FISHER D; SIMON MN; DOREE M; PICARD A
      MAPK INACTIVATION IS REQUIRED FOR THE G(2) TO M-PHASE TRANSITION OF THE FIRST MITOTIC CELL-CYCLE

      EMBO journal
    52. WINSTON NJ
      STABILITY OF CYCLIN B-PROTEIN DURING MEIOTIC MATURATION AND THE FIRSTMITOTIC CELL-DIVISION IN MOUSE OOCYTES

      Biology of the cell
    53. SAUNDERS RDC; AVIDES MD; HOWARD T; GONZALEZ C; GLOVER DM
      THE DROSOPHILA GENE ABNORMAL SPINDLE ENCODES A NOVEL MICROTUBULE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN THAT ASSOCIATES WITH THE POLAR-REGIONS OF THE MITOTIC SPINDLE

      The Journal of cell biology
    54. WANG XM; ZHAI Y; FERRELL JE
      A ROLE FOR MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE IN THE SPINDLE ASSEMBLY CHECKPOINT IN XTC CELLS

      The Journal of cell biology
    55. TERASAKI AG; OHNUMA M; MABUCHI I
      IDENTIFICATION OF ACTIN-BINDING PROTEINS FROM SEA-URCHIN EGGS BY F-ACTIN AFFINITY COLUMN CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Journal of Biochemistry
    56. PAGE AW; ORRWEAVER TL
      ACTIVATION OF THE MEIOTIC DIVISIONS IN DROSOPHILA OOCYTES

      Developmental biology
    57. KALLAKURY BVS; SHEEHAN CE; AMBROS RA; FISHER HAG; KAUFMAN RP; ROSS JS
      THE PROGNOSTIC-SIGNIFICANCE OF P34(CDC2) AND CYCLIN D1 PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN PROSTATE ADENOCARCINOMA

      Cancer
    58. STRICKER SA; FOLSOM MW
      OOCYTE MATURATION IN THE BRACHIOPOD TEREBRATALIA-TRANSVERSA - ROLE OFFOLLICLE CELL-OOCYTE ATTACHMENTS DURING OVULATION AND GERMINAL VESICLE BREAKDOWN

      The Biological bulletin
    59. OOKATA K; HISANAGA S; SUGITA M; OKUYAMA A; MUROFUSHI H; KITAZAWA H; CHARI S; BULINSKI JC; KISHIMOTO T
      MAP4 IS THE IN-VIVO SUBSTRATE FOR CDC2 KINASE IN HELA-CELLS - IDENTIFICATION OF AN M-PHASE SPECIFIC AND A CELL CYCLE-INDEPENDENT PHOSPHORYLATION SITE IN MAP4

      Biochemistry
    60. FRICK JE; RUPPERT EE; WOURMS JP
      MORPHOLOGY OF THE OVOTESTIS OF SYNAPTULA-HYDRIFORMIS (HOLOTHUROIDEA, APODA) - AN EVOLUTIONARY MODEL OF OOGENESIS AND THE ORIGIN OF EGG POLARITY IN ECHINODERMS

      Invertebrate biology.
    61. MIYANO T; MOOR RM; WOODING FBP
      LOCALIZATION AND FUNCTION OF TYROSINE-PHOSPHORYLATED PROTEIN IN PIG OOCYTES

      Molecular reproduction and development
    62. DUESBERY NS; MASUI Y
      THE ROLE OF CA2-INDUCED GERMINAL VESICLE BREAKDOWN OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS OOCYTES - THE SYNERGIC EFFECTS OF MICROTUBULE DEPOLYMERIZATION AND CA2+( IN PROGESTERONE)

      Development, genes and evolution
    63. SANTELLA L
      CALCIUM REGULATION AND CALCIUM FUNCTION IN THE NUCLEUS OF STARFISH OOCYTES

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    64. KRANTIC S; RIVAILLER P
      MEIOSIS REINITIATION IN MOLLUSCAN OOCYTES - A MODEL TO STUDY THE TRANSDUCTION OF EXTRACELLULAR SIGNALS

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    65. HILLE MB; XU Z; DHOLAKIA JN
      THE SIGNAL CASCADE FOR THE ACTIVATION OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS DURING THEMATURATION OF STARFISH OOCYTES - A ROLE FOR PROTEIN-KINASE-C AND HOMOLOGIES WITH MATURATION IN XENOPUS AND MAMMALIAN OOCYTES

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    66. PICARD A; GALAS S; PEAUCELLIER G; DOREE M
      NEWLY ASSEMBLED CYCLIN B-CDC2 KINASE IS REQUIRED TO SUPPRESS DNA-REPLICATION BETWEEN MEIOSIS-I AND MEIOSIS-II IN STARFISH OOCYTES

      EMBO journal
    67. KAKINO S; SASAKI K; KUROSE A; ITO H
      INTRACELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF CYCLIN B1 DURING THE CELL-CYCLE IN GLIOMA-CELLS

      Cytometry
    68. PESANDO D; LEMEE R; FERRUA C; AMADE P; GIRARD JP
      EFFECTS OF CAULERPENYNE, THE MAJOR TOXIN FROM CAULERPA-TAXIFOLIA ON MECHANISMS RELATED TO SEA-URCHIN EGG CLEAVAGE

      Aquatic toxicology
    69. GOODGER NM; GANNON J; HUNT T; MORGAN PR
      THE LOCALIZATION OF P34(CDC2) IN THE CELLS OF NORMAL, HYPERPLASTIC, AND MALIGNANT EPITHELIAL AND LYMPHOID-TISSUES OF THE ORAL CAVITY

      Journal of pathology
    70. SANTELLA L
      THE CELL-NUCLEUS - AN ELDORADO TO FUTURE CALCIUM RESEARCH

      The Journal of membrane biology
    71. 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
    72. ABRIEU A; LORCA T; LABBE JC; MORIN N; KEYSE S; DOREE M
      MAP KINASE DOES NOT INACTIVATE, BUT RATHER PREVENTS THE CYCLIN DEGRADATION PATHWAY FROM BEING TURNED ON IN XENOPUS EGG EXTRACTS

      Journal of Cell Science
    73. FOTEDAR A; CANNELLA D; FITZGERALD P; ROUSSELLE T; GUPTA S; DOREE M; FOTEDAR R
      ROLE FOR CYCLIN A-DEPENDENT KINASE IN DNA-REPLICATION IN HUMAN S-PHASE CELL-EXTRACTS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    74. TOBITA T; HIRAIDE F; MIYAZAKI J; ISHIMODATAKAGI T
      MUSCLE-TYPE TROPOMYOSIN OF SEA-URCHIN EGG INCREASES THE ACTIN-BINDINGOF NONMUSCLE-TYPE TROPOMYOSIN

      Journal of Biochemistry
    75. TERASAKI M; JAFFE LA; HUNNICUTT GR; HAMMER JA
      STRUCTURAL-CHANGE OF THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM DURING FERTILIZATION -EVIDENCE FOR LOSS OF MEMBRANE CONTINUITY USING THE GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN

      Developmental biology
    76. ALVARADOALVAREZ R; GOULD MC; STEPHANO JL
      SPAWNING, IN-VITRO MATURATION, AND CHANGES IN OOCYTE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY INDUCED BY SEROTONIN IN TIVELA-STULTORUM

      The Biological bulletin
    77. MOON A; DRUBIN DG
      THE ADF COFILIN PROTEINS - STIMULUS-RESPONSIVE MODULATORS OF ACTIN DYNAMICS/

      Molecular biology of the cell
    78. KUBELKA M; RIMKEVICOVA Z; GUERRIER P; MOTLIK J
      INHIBITION OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS AFFECTS HISTONE H1 KINASE, BUT NOT CHROMOSOME CONDENSATION ACTIVITY, DURING THE FIRST MEIOTIC DIVISION OF PIG OOCYTES

      Molecular reproduction and development
    79. KLINE D; ZAGRAY JA
      ABSENCE OF AN INTRACELLULAR PH CHANGE FOLLOWING FERTILIZATION OF THE MOUSE EGG

      Zygote
    80. HISANAGA SI; UCHIYAMA M; HOSOI T; YAMADA K; HONMA N; ISHIGURO K; UCHIDA T; DAHL D; OHSUMI K; KISHIMOTO T
      PORCINE BRAIN NEUROFILAMENT-H TAIL DOMAIN KINASE - ITS IDENTIFICATIONAS CDK5 P26 COMPLEX AND COMPARISON WITH CDC2/CYCLIN-B KINASE/

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    81. LEE KS; YUAN YLO; KURIYAMA R; ERIKSON RL
      PLK IS AN M-PHASE-SPECIFIC PROTEIN-KINASE AND INTERACTS WITH A KINESIN-LIKE PROTEIN, CHO1 MKLP-1/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    82. JACKMAN M; FIRTH M; PINES J
      HUMAN CYCLINS B1 AND B2 ARE LOCALIZED TO STRIKINGLY DIFFERENT STRUCTURES - B1 TO MICROTUBULES, B2 PRIMARILY TO THE GOLGI-APPARATUS

      EMBO journal
    83. NEBREDA AR; GANNON JV; HUNT T
      NEWLY SYNTHESIZED PROTEIN(S) MUST ASSOCIATE WITH P34(CDC2) TO ACTIVATE MAP KINASE AND MPF DURING PROGESTERONE-INDUCED MATURATION OF XENOPUSOOCYTES

      EMBO journal
    84. DEVAULT A; MARTINEZ AM; FESQUET D; LABBE JC; MORIN N; TASSAN JP; NIGG EA; CAVADORE JC; DOREE M
      MAT1 (MENAGE-A-TROIS) A NEW RING FINGER PROTEIN SUBUNIT STABILIZING CYCLIN H-CDK7 COMPLEXES IN STARFISH AND XENOPUS CAK

      EMBO journal
    85. PINES J
      GFP IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Trends in genetics
    86. SONTAG E; NUNBHAKDICRAIG V; BLOOM GS; MUMBY MC
      A NOVEL POOL OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE 2A IS ASSOCIATED WITH MICROTUBULES AND IS REGULATED DURING THE CELL-CYCLE

      The Journal of cell biology
    87. NAITO K; HAWKINS C; YAMASHITA M; NAGAHAMA Y; AOKI F; KOHMOTO K; TOYODA Y; MOOR RM
      ASSOCIATION OF P34(CDC2) AND CYCLIN B1 DURING MEIOTIC MATURATION PORCINE OOCYTES

      Developmental biology
    88. YAMASHITA M; KAJIURA H; TANAKA T; ONOE S; NAGAHAMA Y
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF THE ACTIVATION OF MATURATION-PROMOTING FACTORDURING GOLDFISH OOCYTE MATURATION

      Developmental biology
    89. TANAKA T; YAMASHITA M
      PRE-MPF IS ABSENT IN IMMATURE OOCYTES OF FISHES AND AMPHIBIANS EXCEPTXENOPUS

      Development, growth & differentiation
    90. BHAUD Y; BARBIER M; SOYERGOBILLARD MO
      A DETAILED STUDY OF THE COMPLEX CELL-CYCLE OF THE DINOFLAGELLATE CRYPTHECODINIUM-COHNII BIECHELER AND EVIDENCE FOR VARIATION IN HISTONE-H1 KINASE-ACTIVITY

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    91. BHAUD Y; BARBIER M; SOYERGOBILLARD MO
      A DETAILED STUDY OF THE COMPLEX CELL-CYCLE OF THE DINOFLAGELLATE CRYPTHECODINIUM-COHNII BIECHELER AND EVIDENCE FOR VARIATION IN HISTONE-H1 KINASE-ACTIVITY

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    92. KUANG J; ASHORN CL; GONZALEZKUYVENHOVEN M; PENKALA JE
      CDC25 IS ONE OF THE MPM-2 ANTIGENS INVOLVED IN THE ACTIVATION OF MATURATION-PROMOTING FACTOR

      Molecular biology of the cell
    93. DOREE M; GALAS S
      THE CYCLIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASES AND THE CONTROL OF CELL-DIVISION.1.

      The FASEB journal
    94. JOHNSTON JA; SLOBODA RD; SILVER RB
      PHOSPHOPROTEIN PHOSPHATASE-1 (PP1) IS A COMPONENT OF THE ISOLATED SEA-URCHIN MITOTIC APPARATUS

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    95. BAI C; RICHMAN R; ELLEDGE SJ
      HUMAN CYCLIN-F

      EMBO journal
    96. NEANT I; DUFRESNE L; MORASSE J; GICQUAUD C; GUERRIER P; DUBE F
      THE RELEASE FROM METAPHASE ARREST IN BLUE MUSSEL OOCYCTES

      The International journal of developmental biology
    97. KISHIMOTO T
      CELL REPRODUCTION - INDUCTION OF M-PHASE EVENTS BY CYCLIN-DEPENDENT CDC2 KINASE

      The International journal of developmental biology
    98. LORCA T; ABRIEU A; MEANS A; DOREE M
      CA2-II CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE IN CYCLIN DEGRADATION AND EXIT FROM METAPHASE( IS INVOLVED THROUGH TYPE)

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    99. GAVIN AC; CAVADORE JC; SCHORDERETSLATKINE S
      HISTONE H1 KINASE-ACTIVITY, GERMINAL VESICLE BREAKDOWN AND M-PHASE ENTRY IN MOUSE OOCYTES

      Journal of Cell Science
    100. STRAUSFELD U; FERNANDEZ A; CAPONY JP; GIRARD F; LAUTREDOU N; DERANCOURT J; LABBE JC; LAMB NJC
      ACTIVATION OF P34(CDC2) PROTEIN-KINASE BY MICROINJECTION OF HUMAN CDC25C INTO MAMMALIAN-CELLS - REQUIREMENT FOR PRIOR PHOSPHORYLATION OF CDC25C BY P34(CDC2) AT MITOSIS ON SITES PHOSPHORYLATED

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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